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Fresh "Walton" from Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks
"Said. You know what anyone say anymore. Tom, You still there? Hello, Larry. Let's let all that sinking. All right. Go. Bill Walton. Ladies and gentlemen, an American treasure on KNBR, 1045 and 68 Leader Crazy day at the Children out about a traffic desk. There is a hit and run accident with upto five Victim vehicles on your way toward to 38. Cruising along south found 8 80 Traffic is jamming up from Davis Street some of those vehicles and may be blocking lanes for the South Bay. It's a new accident South found 85 before Camden Avenue in the right lane traffic is packing in from highways, 17 might find a bent fender bender south on the one before Trimble south one, a one in the North Bay. It was an accident near Olin Pali State Park, where car took out a whole again in the South bound direction, but it really messed up. North bound traffic that's jamming up from before. Atherton Avenue East 37 is horrible from Petaluma River Bridge after Skaggs and leaving San Francisco north, 101 very heavy from Cesar Chavez, almost all the way to the Oakland side of the Bay Bridge. This traffic is sponsored by Lowe's Lowe's Is your home for the fourth. If you're celebrating at home with family, you're bound to have more laundry to do Close. Has you covered with appliances up to 40% off like.
Fresh update on "walton" discussed on Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks
"Told you the story about Reggie Jackson. Get mad at me. Yes, yes, a classic it because you know, baseball injuries and nice said it and he looked at me. What are you talking about? Do you see what happened? Jose Quintana. I did see that e. I mean, come on. I mean, that's what I'm talking about, Like Glenallen Hill with the Iraq a phobia. And this pirate is baseball players, For whatever reason have the goofiest as injury. Maybe I'm just not looking For other sports, But baseball just seems to pop up in case you haven't heard Carlos Container comes picture is going to need surgery to repair a laceration he suffered while Washing dishes busting suds washing dishes. The man cut himself severely enough to need stitches. Washing dishes. I mean, if that isn't goofy baseball injury, then I'm sorry. There is no goofy baseball injury. But guess what? There is goofy baseball injury because of goofy as injuries like that. Washing dishes. Surgery seems gotta be like seriously really dishes. I'm going to see if I can find Ah sort of Of list a sort of a list an actual list of weird baseball injuries because I am mildly fascinated by this time with you, Tom. And maybe it's because they have some of time, often baseball. Or maybe because the seasons are so long or maybe its just something weird. But baseball players seem to suffer the weirdest non They're sports related injuries because, remember the dude, I have to find his name. Well, look, let's remember the dude that burned himself because he tried to iron his shirt while wearing his wearing it. Well, what I mean, if that's not an intelligence test, that, by the way does that that person failed and failed, hilariously, then I mean I get that you want to be clean. I get that You want to be sharp when you step aside, because you never know who you're going to see, but ironing a shirt while you were inside, said shirt. I mean, just come on, man. That's an L u just don't have to take But he took it. That's an L You shouldn't take literally leave. That's an L I mean, half intelligent livestock wouldn't take it. And look, I remember that I remember who it was, but I remember thinking to myself, Okay? I could see you put on your shirts in a wrinkle. You don't want to take it off and you get the iron out. And maybe you're not smart enough to say, Well, you know what to stick A Tallinder here. It's like I don't take it up. At the least It'll hit the town. So let's say you're not even that intelligent to put a town into there. Wouldn't you just if it's a crease? Wouldn't you just like barely touch it with the tip? I mean, this guy go full iron like Brandon and then prayed Iggy called full iron down his down his chest Because that's about the only place you could do it. I guess you could do it on your arm or chest. Can't really do it on your back. But this guy disco I mean, the full weight of the iron Dis sunk it right into his skin, like are going to get this bad boy who got it? Oh, God. My man probably thought that he had just figured out something that is going to change the world. Iron in your clothes with you in your clothes. Probably smartest guy. Oh, my God. This iron is hot. I'm burning my flesh. This is what burning flesh smells like I should probably call the doctor and they're never going to believe this injury. You can't you come up with a better injury than that, like I There's no way would tell somebody that That's where you make up a story like I saved. Ah, I saved a bunch of kids from a burning orphanage. And, well, that's why I have this weird iron shaped burn on my chest like he's won in there like everybody doesn't he just happened like it burned doing it like a siren in my share with me in it. You're what do they want now? And at that point out is it's nothing I was doing. Ah, yeah, that's called in the showers just weird. It must have been like some Paranormal activity or some things I have burned. No See what happened was the local humane society had a spontaneous explosion and I went in to save all the animals that I could And I picked up this weird iron shape animal and it was hot. That's why have this iron burn in my chest? That's a totally believable story. Why you guys looking at me like that? Might as well go with it. It's got to come up with something but burning yourself because you ironed your shirt while you were in it. That just means you're dumb. But that just means you don't You know what? You should not reproduce. Now. You should even bring for you Definitely Don't operate a car can't operate an iron for six. Have passed. That line's coming up next. Our replay of the epic Bill Walton interview that we did a couple of months ago. We're going to drop that on you at 3 50 And while there is a lot of debates about what's the best national anthem, whether it's Whitney Houston Super Bowl of Marvin Gaye at the All Star Game back in the day or Jimi Hendrix had Woodstock. Everybody's got a different opinion. But the worst anthem of all time, too. Me too. No question. If you don't remember or you don't know we'll have it.
Fresh update on "walton" discussed on Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks
"Pod play KNBR. This Fourth of July weekend. We may not be able to watch stuff, blow up in the sky or get sunburns on the beach, but we can still celebrate our freedoms to where our masks to stand up for those who are struggling to enjoy the return of America's pastime as we celebrate these freedoms Who better to listen to that? A man who feels free to say whatever comes into his beautiful Deadhead Hall of Famer, Mind Way love You, bill we will get by. We will survive. We are alive. I love hold fire on the mountain Go! It's the legendary Bill Walton Interview replay with T K B at 3 30 could bring us all back down to worth T. K B gears up for the first day of MLB workouts with giant CEO Larry Bear at five..
The Coronavirus Pandemic Puts The NFL Season At Risk
"Running back Zeke Elliott, talking about his recovery from Corona. As well as his concerns about the NFL season so guys, let's get right to it as we discussed that the NFL has consistently maintained a full speed ahead mentality about their season despite the coronavirus pandemic, but they have decided to cancel an event, the preseason opener hall of fame game between the cowboys and the steelers in Canton, Ohio, is being canceled Walton Hall of fame. Fame or eight enshrinement ceremony is being postponed. Sources told the SPN's Adam schefter all of that the and steelers now expected to play in the twenty twenty one hall of fame game, according to Schefter and the enshrinement ceremony also expected to be held next year,
"walton" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Snakes appreciates our community. Community and they want of their shoppers to know how much they mean to them. It's a Wednesday, and as always we talk it over with Brian Walton of the car donation dot. com We do have baseball back. We hope it works out. I mean we are hoping. We are wanting baseball I mean. We were wondering if it would happen on the fourth of July took forever. It seemed like to get the agreement. We have an agreement in place, and so that means that fingers crossed. We will have baseball Brian always great visit with you. How are things going? Great I'm just pleased that. The labor issues between the two sides are not going to be in the headlines for a while, and now we can try to focus on what is going to be a wacky twenty twenty regular season, and that's still doesn't mean they're going to be grievances filed, and you know the bad blood continues, but at least that's going to go in the background, and now the focus can be on, you know. How do we hope to see? See Major League Baseball Games guarding on July twenty, third or twenty four, I look at a sixty game season as an outlier as I've been saying forever I. I think it can be fun. I think this can be exciting. as I said an outlier. I just wonder canvas. Realistically be done We've gotten the safety protocols. Now it's over one hundred pages agreed upon by Major League Baseball and the Union Realistically. What do you think? Can this be done? Well I. Think they'll try to find a way to get started, but you know the major questions that I'm sure you have and I haven't probably everybody listened. This is what's going to happen when the outbreaks occur, and you know what's the what's the point at which a team can continue to play by bringing in happy squad players, but at what point?.
American Airlines adds more flights as recovery begins
"Charles primary passenger air carrier adding more flights American Airlines says it's scheduled to operate four hundred and fifteen daily departures from Charlotte Douglas airport as nearly sixty percent of what service was a year ago that's down but to about ten percent higher than may and this month among destinations that will see more flights court of the airline Pensacola fort Lauderdale Miami Tampa fort Walton beach in Sarasota Florida Florida destinations in Asheville Savannah and Charleston South Carolina Mong others
San Francisco Police Make Progress On Reforms
"San Francisco officials are pushing for a resolution urging law enforcement not to hire police with records of serious misconduct the officer charged in the death of George Floyd had eighteen misconduct complaints filed against him supervisor Siobhan Walton in San Francisco says many of the police who have killed black people around the country have a history of excessive force complaints and that the families of the victims deserve better we owe it to their families more importantly we it's all of our communities to protect people from this type of response from law enforcement where someone ends up there the resolution introduced Tuesday is non binding the Walton says he hopes it becomes law in a statement the San Francisco police union says the department already has high professional
Summer RV Trip Challenges 2020
"Summer RV, trip faces unprecedented challenges this summer. And I know tell you something you didn't know right. I mean we're still in the middle of coronavirus. Pandemic camping and non essential travel is restricted in many places. Dangerous riots have erected across North American every major city in many smaller ones. The Canadian borders closed. There are safety concerns financial concerns seemingly a new crisis every day. So this week in the retie gas, we're GONNA talk about those summer RV trip challenges, and how you can make your rv travel is safe and is satisfying as possible given the very unusual circumstances under which we now find ourselves in the summer of twenty twenty. Hello, everybody and welcome to episode two ninety-seven, seven of the RV podcast and we do have a lot to talk about this week. We have RV news. We've got your questions. We've got an interview about how you can get around those summer RV trip challenges and still get your RV to Alaska by ship. We'll talk about that and our interview the week plus we've got tips and suggestions and a lot more but I my lifelong traveling companion McBride Jennifer. Hello, my dear Hello Michael. What a time we live in What time it is yeah. You know the one thing about coming to you from where we are now on Okaloosa island near Destin Florida for Walton Beach Florida that area is. The just to show you. How different is down here? You. Know what the lead story in the paper was today. The lead story was red snapper opening day, the opening day of red snapper season was yesterday, and the local paper was filled with photos from Destin, which is known as America's luckiest fishing village of The Red snapper catch this year and Got Me Hungry I think we should go out for fish tonight. At sounds really good and something else. That was normal was that when we were at the dog park? Today we saw a whole bunch of little kids in yellow t-shirts, getting off a school bus and they were having a picnic at the park and playing on the toys and doing what kids do. This is how life is supposed to be and You know what tumultuous times we live in I mean last week last week as we were do podcast. PODCAST, we were just starting to move out of the national lockdowns from the Krona virus pandemic, and we were saying last week, who could have seen such a terrible thing? And then this week we look at the wave of terrible riots and violence, sweeping the country in the wake of the protests over police brutality in the murder of George, Floyd, and Minneapolis, and we say who could have seen such destruction and pain or this podcast as you all know is about the RV lifestyle, but we certainly have to acknowledge the. Terrible time, we're living to right now Jennifer and I are optimistic by nature where people of faith in we know, many of you are as well and so we ask those of you who? Are the same to to join us in prayer for our nation I. Mean it certainly needs it now? none of us know what is next. That's I guess the lesson that we have certainly all learned this year together, but at the same time we believe that we can move forward when it comes to summer RV trip plants, but we have to do so recognizing the changes we face, and this will be a summer like no other. We've ever experienced, and that's all GonNa. Talk about a lot in this podcast. Said! We're still in Florida on Okaloosa. Island and we are planning a getaway camping trip next weekend, and then the week after barring the unexpected, which is certainly happening a lot. This year we plan to leave Florida, and after almost six months being down here and then head to our home in Michigan, which needs some attentions lawn, work and stuff like that and then hopefully. Resume some travelling. We have lots of plans for June and July and August travel and beyond that but. As we stay up with learned anything this time of the year. It's that those plans have to be flexible. Mike Scott. US inside information and trends that shape the lifestyle years. The RV newsworthy we, as we talk here on the RV podcast about summer RV trip challenges, let's start in Maine where a federal judge as upheld the governor or Maine's requirements that all out of state visitors be quarantined for fourteen days when entering the state to campgrounds were among several small businesses that filed a federal. Federal lawsuit saying the quarantine is unconstitutional for discriminating against out of towners. The governor permits main residents to go camping, but out of towners must be quarantined fourteen days before they can travel about the small businesses heavily dependent upon tourism, said this order was hurting them financially, and sought a preliminary injunction to lift the order as their lawsuit works its way through the legal process. While the injunction was not granted. The cases still in the early stages will keep you informed when we hear more. That's just one of this summer RV trip challenges this year, but despite the many concerns, one in four Americans plan to take some sort of an RV trip in the next twelve months to get that one in four of all Americans plan to take an RV trip in the next year, and this is according to a survey that was released last week from the RV Industry Association. The reason why so many wanted to travel is something. We've been reporting on the RV LIFESTYLE DOT COM blog and And that's because of covid nineteen is people shy away from airline travel? They are expressing concerns about staying in a hotel and more and more are buying and renting RV's and to do a summer RV trip in their self contained vehicle the national media is calling this. The Year of the RV and we've been telling you. This was coming and each week we hear about more people buying our vs camping trailers, sight unseen, and the demand remains very
Trump links Scarborough to unfounded conspiracy theory
"For a for a family has pleaded with Donald Trump to stop spreading a debunked conspiracy theory about Joe Scarborough the accusation was that the president took to Twitter on Wednesday noting the firing of Matt Lauer at NBC news and then in the process took aim at MSNBC's Joe Scarborough over death occurred in Scarborough's Florida office when he was a member of Congress let me let me just save you a we'll wait terminate the president asked low rating Joe Scarborough based on the unsolved mystery that took place in his Florida office years ago investigate now the president appeared to be referring to the two thousand and one death of Lori Austin's a twenty eight year old lady who work in Scarborough's office of the time when he represented Florida's first congressional district the cost of staff is not an unsolved mystery authorities determine sixteen years ago sixteen years ago the she died after losing consciousness from an abnormal heart rhythm and collapsed right in your head she was discovered in Scarborough's office in fort Walton beach why not are back with their head near a desk according to the police report by the way Scarborough was in Washington DC he was even there he was in his office in Washington the circumstances of her death on July twentieth two thousand one have prompted a lot of conspiracy theories some of which appear to persist but the authorities found no foul play was suspected and that her death was ultimately ruled an accident by the medical examiner now after trump's insinuation that Scarborough had something to do with her death the morning Joe co host refused to engage the president he tweeted look looks like I picked a good day to stop responding to trump's bizarre tweets you thought well yeah this is amazing because the president has lashed out at Scarborough calling him psycho Joe slamming his low rated show threatening to tell the real story of he is in secure a longtime girlfriend I mean this is this is the kind of nonsense from nineteen ninety four to two thousand one Scarborough served as a Republican congressman the young woman who died served on his staff for the last two years he was in office and we know that this whole thing is a fraud it's a fake and what does the president do he continues to attack bell if it happens that the young woman who died husband is still alive and he pleaded in an email to the president please stop this you're hurting us you're hurting the family
Florida lawyer dresses as Grim Reaper to protest reopening of beaches
"A Florida man made a lot of people have said yesterday as he protested the re opening of beaches across the state lawyer Daniel Felder dressed up like the grim reaper while on the beaches Walton county which made some people uneasy call this guy standing here if I got out I don't want to say anything but it's just very frustrating right now he's currently leading efforts to make all Florida beaches public and do away with privately owned
Walton Family's Wealth Climbs to $165.7 Billion With Recession-Resilient Walmart
"The fortunes of the Walton family the pioneers of American bargain shopping have reached new heights during a pandemic that has otherwise obliterated global markets the combined net worth of siblings Alice Jim and rob Walton has climbed more than two and a half percent this year to about one hundred sixty five billion dollars as recession wary shoppers flocked to Walmart stores to stock up on staples the Arkansas based company's dominance of mass market retail has made its controlling shareholders the world's richest family the Waltons own about half of the stock their gains make them an anomaly economic contraction caused by the corona virus pandemic has raised more than eight hundred billion dollars from the combined fortunes of the world's five hundred richest people that according to the Bloomberg billionaires index among the exceptions Amazon founder Jeff Bezos who has seen his fortune grow on orders from house bound shoppers and Eric you want CEO of zoom video communications maker of the now ubiquitous teleconference
Republicans Are Using the Covid-19 Crisis to Kill Abortion
"An examination reveals the president was warned about the potential for a pandemic but lack of planning maybe lack of faith in his own instincts whether Walton response anyway you cut it this is gonna be bad a senior medical adviser at the department of Veterans Affairs Carter matcher wrote on the night of January twenty eighth and the administration did nothing but what you now have to contrast that are Republicans in Texas among other states using the coronavirus as an excuse to prevent a woman from the right to choose this email comes in from issues from the torque you can argue all you want on the merits of abortion one the first trimester is okay zero the way to second and third trimester is envisioned on the left by strong feminist is pushing the envelope if there is no danger to the woman today we no longer seem to concern about what the trimester time procedures done I have read that about seventy five percent of Americans begrudgingly say trimester is okay supports starts looking after that I want I want to be clear I told her to be ambiguity the administration is misusing the coronavirus and I want your reaction to it and more than that we now have the documented evidence that the president was reluctant to act now what we're saying is a president taking advantage and governors of certain states taking advantage of the corona virus in order to implement a political agenda and yes that includes the post office to we talked about in the last hour right you know it's interesting when you talk about an abuse of power interesting enough bill Maher the Attorney General of the United States talk about the Russia investigation this week I am he said that it was one of the greatest travesties in American history by the way he appeared on the Laura Ingraham show my own view said bar is that the evidence shows that we're not dealing just with mistakes or sloppiness there was something far more troubling here we are going to get to the bottom of it if people broke the law and we can establish that with evidence it'll be prosecuted on the internet general said the president has every right to be frustrated and then Barr said what happened to him was one of the greatest travesties in American history without any basis they started this investigation of his campaign and even more concerning actually what happened after the campaign all pattern of events said bill Barr while he was president to sabotage the presidency or at least have the effect of sabotaging and endangering the presidency I read that and I was absolutely horrified this is we can we're dealing with rotavirus we're dealing with the supreme court dealing with abortion cases and and what does bill bar the Attorney General of the United States doing he is talking about the impeachment process again and he's coming back to say the president did absolutely nothing wrong sure as the driven snow four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten why am I launching lease why am I launching these I am linking it because to be very honest with you this president has misused the coronavirus crisis and he continues to do so I don't mind if you oppose a woman's right to choose that you're right but I do believe very strongly that when the president takes the coronavirus situation and and makes it an excuse for implementing a policy that frankly has no relationship to
Ted Robinson: What Does Tennis Look Like When It Returns?
"I talk with Ted Robinson. He has podcast for Youtube. And I said you know what? Let's just talk between ourselves all. Take the audio you take the audio. We could both use it for our own purposes. So this is a fun discussion. You know. Ted Of course from his longtime working tennis on. Nbc USA Tennis Channel often alongside. John McEnroe great friend of the sport. Great broadcaster journalist the sport little backstory about ten years. Ago Ted Rope me into joining him on a segment. We call passing shots for tennis channel. Then Nathan tennis gentle. This essentially is my intro to Tennis on TV. Luckily he covered for my for my amateur habits. We have revised passing shots. Hopefully it's a little better than it was in in two thousand eight or whatever when we debuted this. But this is ted in T- Ten and I are talking here and it's a number of tennis topics. Ted is in northern California. I am hold up on the East Coast. We Talk About Tennis. We asked the question. Does this break benefit anyone? What is tennis? Look like when we return. Is there such a thing normalcy? What is the role of society in a pandemic where we didn't go that far but A lot of fun tennis talk with Ted Robinson and here. We are all right. Let's so we're GONNA try to keep this mayor John. I had the one of those people from the very beginning when the rolling gap. So the ED T. said we're moving. I was my first reaction. Was that's awesome. Somebody is actually taking a proactive step to give something positive. I understand the means. Were not necessarily the best the end though. I think it was well worth it. Yeah I'm Kinda with you. I mean this is one of the four pillars of the sport. And everybody's saying well. There was a breach of etiquette. What about the communication? Could you imagine what would have happened if the F. T. had gone through these channels and asked all of the events that it conflicted with if they might be okay there would be threats of Litigation? There would be board meetings. There would be conference calls. They just said you know what? We're the big dog. We're putting up fifty million dollars in prizemoney. Two hundred fifty six players are going to get fifty grand. If they don't win a point we think the players are gonNA play. Here's our date deal with it and I get it. I don't think this was particularly healthy to tennis in the long term. I understand why people are upset but also I understand from their perspective. They're one of the four biggest events and they've got a right to wield a little bit of power. Well he means we're great we also though. I think we've all been around the French Roland Garros and Fritz Federation enough to know. They NECESSARILY CARE. They just do what they want to understand that that people's feelings of these are extraordinary times. They they do what they do and they do it more so when they have whatever how many hundreds of million dollars of debt service on on a new roof and they do it when they don't have insurance unlike Wimbledon where they don't get any sort of recompense if they don't hold the event I get it I mean we we can talk about Means versus ends and we can talk about process versus outcome. But I understand why did with did. I reminded I say this to you. I think you've read the story for the years. That and it was the early twenty tens I forget which year but Joe Vision. Doll ended up playing the final into Monday. So on Friday of that final weekend it was about six hundred percent chance of rain on Sunday. And you saw that was probably gonna be joking reaching the dollar. Appoint where you thought they could easily take five hours to play so NBC sort of gently a little bit of my father with our great phrase. John McGuinness producer Think about bumping up the star time because they start at three basically three ten I ball which gives you six hours to play five hours a grueling larger fair and maybe WANNA bump it up and started a couple of hours of REC- hits rain delay. No we cannot interfere with lunch so many of the high end sponsors spend any they promote the final day lunch for your day higher very highly successful shafts planks was menus. We do not wrestlers lunch. I always joke that the media Cafeteria Roland. Garros has its paige day and they have a wine steward and they have different chief selection of in your Houston media dieting. Usually being you know you're you're eating soup with their hands in the you know the meadowlands. If the media dining has their own pyeho chef you can only imagine the dining options for the people that have Spent tens of thousands of dollars for the courtside seats but no lunches sacred which is also the review. No this lunches. That's also why they say I can't believe this it's a grand slam. Semifinal in the stands are only half packed those tickets have been sold and those people are on the ground. They just have a fork in one hand in a night and the other and they'll get to the tennis when they finish their last declare and of course. I joke final. They ended up getting burned by the way the Dow Stock Dazzling. It's not play that day but the referee to stop late Dawson. I'm out and in cost everybody in the cost us a lot of money to pay for everybody's flies to change in extra day but across the federation allowed light right to reopen the grounds the next day to two thousand one. Wimbledon I was told was one of the pats at the club. Now getting certainly they can absorb this. There's a million ounce to real the Nicole on Monday with zero revenue coming in to play raft refereed. Amici's explain what's interesting about all this including this whole discussion we've been having about closed-door events where you just hold the events for for TV and not for fans in the stands this has really been an interesting referendum on how much do these events and these leagues Value TV and media. How much do they value sponsors? How much they value common fans. And how much do they value the sweets? And if appeasing the guys who are buying your sweets me more than TV. I I can see why they would renew it the next thing. I mean what's interesting? I this is other rumor so I WANNA informal setting and I hope this won't be used against the the rumor I've heard a few times now. Is that the US Open. A really are hell bent on playing the event this year. They've even look into alternative dates in one of the big holdups is they've got to do right by. Espn AND IS ESPN want the US Open? Deep in the fall when they have all their college football. They've got Monday night football they don't And I think the. Usda has got to figure out. How much do they want to put on this event in how much they willing to do it even if it means pissing off their biggest TV partners you? John that's by next passing shot and the point is you just touched on. I think every sport is going through this. How do we come back? I think it's imperative for chance to come back with competition as soon as they can't sake safely's the obvious caveat here but safely meaning there may not be for a very limited fans but competition. And I'm coming this John Lewis standpoint of players ranked and we can all week each throw a dart and say seventy five hundred below. I know you've already touched on this on. Tv lied about this but those players and by the way there is sorting teams physios trainers administrators the Chiro bars. The administrators of the tourists broadcast entities around the world. All sorts of lamb chops alive. And I stayed. It's imperative for tennis when safe to have competition even if it means competition with limited X. over to play devil's advocate there. I mean I I I agree with you but the one thing I've heard is is the counter to that is look. You're talking about athletes from all over the world from different countries with different health. Standards you're talking about T as you say teams and Physios and journalists and tournaments to have an even if you have a closed door scenario and even if you don't have doubles juniors you're still talking about hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of people walking around the grounds given what we know about these spread rates and given what we know about how many fatalities result from these rates. If they're a thousand people at a major which is a conservative. That's pretty low estimate given their two hundred fifty six players in the May draw a thousand people. You're still probably likely to have a few fatalities Do we do. We risk that it. What do we do for a global sport where Western Europe might be on the man but other parts of the world might be behind? Do we say we're GONNA have the US Open but if you're from India Iran I'm just making up countries but if you're from five countries you can't play. Is that fair to still hold an event L. Rasiah and I think this is what's going on hold is this is my dead and company. Has FOR WITH BILL? Walton took me to see the dead New Year's Eve Senator San Francisco and I think everybody should have to add. Lorries is what I'm saying. I think whenever we come at everybody's GonNa be tested right and you're gonNA have to have a badge. The crucial so. I think that's GonNa be the answer at how this plays out. I'm researcher Techni- Martha but I believe that's how it's going after before you have any competition whether it's domestic or international status everybody's GonNa have to have some badges
Judge criticizes Barr for "lack of candor" in summaries of Mueller report
"A federal judge's questioning Attorney General Barr's handling of the Mahler reporting court filings Thursday the judge wrote the bar had a lack of candor and claimed bars public comments about the mother report were misleading compared to the findings of the redacted version of the report due to those discrepancies judge Walton said he would be reviewing the unredacted Muller reports to determine if the department of justice's redactions were appropriate a spokesman for bars not spoken publicly about the matter Walton previously lambasted justice department attorneys in a separate lawsuit for what he called disturbing handling of the investigation of former FBI deputy director Andrew
Washington, DC - Judge Questions Barr’s Handling of Mueller Report, to Review Unreleased Portions
"It's something you almost never hear about a federal judge criticizing the Attorney General of the United States a DC federal judge Reggie Walton has blasted Attorney General William Barr is handling of the special counsel's Russia report Walton says bar made a calculated effort to spin the investigation's findings in favor of president trump he said as bar showed a lack of candor Walton says he'll review an unredacted version of the model report before deciding what decisional information from the document should be made public
DC Federal judge questions Barr's credibility and orders review of Mueller report redactions
"Wrote a federal judge in DC ordering the justice department to submit the full unredacted Muller reports for court review judge Reggie Walton says Attorney General bill Barr quote distorted the findings in the report include made misleading public statements as this report was made public law professor Laurie Levenson says this hurts bars reputation as Attorney General the judge said that he did not really trust the Attorney General because the Attorney General gave a distorted and misleading account of what was actually in the middle of the court judge Walton was appointed to the federal bench in two thousand one by President Bush the justice department has not commented on the court
Judge orders review of Mueller report redactions
"A federal judge has issued a ruling accusing Attorney General William Barr of making a calculated effort to spend special counsel Robert Muller's Russia report in favor of president trump U. S. district judge Reggie Walton says he cannot trust that the justice department's redactions of the Muller report were made in good faith and that he'll review an unredacted version to determine if more information should be
Luke Walton ejected from Kings-Wizards game
"Coach Luke Walton was ejected but the Sacramento Kings still won the last night they beat the Washington wizards one thirty three one twenty six kings record not twenty seven wins in thirty four losses next game tomorrow night at home against
Reward offered for Atlanta gun store robbers
"Gun store break ins with stolen weapons ending up on the streets the latest staffed east of Atlanta has the ATF forward in offering thousands of dollars in reward money Walton county the trading place upon twenty four firearms stolen in a break in last month that follows back in December in Monroe County twelve weapons taken from ventures guns and stuff that's at least three dozen firearms unaccounted for we spoke into the ATF previously about this danger the chances are that those weapons are going to end up in the hands of individuals that would do harm to other individuals desperate for fresh leads Dow rewards in these two recent cases of five thousand dollars each for information to find suspects had rake it's ninety five point five W. S.
Former Miami Dolphin Mark Walton Jailed For Violating Protection Order
"Another arrest in Florida for a former NFL running back mark Walton was arrested Thursday morning a Miami suburb after getting involved in a dispute with the mother of his child police say they responded to a domestic violence call and found the twenty two year old former Miami Dolphins running back arguing with a woman cops found the woman had a protection order against wall and brought him into custody Wilde was cut by the dolphins November of last year when he was busted for allegedly assaulting his pregnant girlfriend the former NFL star no stranger to the law five arrests over the past two years including one arrests were yet to be tased by police man Apollo Tonto
"walton" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Hit a home run and get pre-approved for your next refinance or home. Purchase at the home loan expert Dot Com. Enjoy the podcast commended scoops with Danny MAC DOT COM and. It's my weekly conversation on a Wednesday with Brian. Walton of the CARDINAL NATION DOT COM. Lots to get into from the pitching side. Cody Whitley Johan. Oviedo Alex Rae Zach Thomson from the players side a Mondo Sosa Nolan Gorman and Dylan. Carlson will talk about how tough this camp has been for the cardinals in terms of just organization. Seventy three guys are in this camp and Ali arm all is trying to keep it all under control. The cardinals bench coach for Mike. She'll our staff does a phenomenal job in The reality of it is this morning. We met just our big league staffer about thirty minutes. And then with all of our support group with our minor league coordinators all of Minor League personnel for another thirty minutes just to make sure that we're not missing anything when it comes to each guy getting what they need And it's easy to let to kind of fall through the cracks With this large of a camp If we're super intentional with our time and efficient with it we can service each one of these guys individually and get everything. We're coming to you from the Lou Fuse Automotive Studios on SCOOPS DANNY MAC DOT COM. Lou Fuse fourteen brands ten locations. We are saying Louis. The cardinals will have a split squad today against the Marlins and the Astros yesterday. Rough on the pitching side. Eight walks a lot of hits a loss against Washington however some damage done thanks to pull the and a young hits. Audi's left by three run homer Paul Diong. He had thirty a year ago and young PUPS IS I. In Spring Twenty Twenty Giro. Munos added to the cardinals. Offense rodeos. Hi Fly ball out J. D. Left and this one is God to homer Gyro Munya US enough. The cardinals lost and now we look ahead to this afternoon. Triad Bank full service financial institution established in two thousand five a mission to provide a wide range of commercial and personal banking services to closely held businesses. Like mine their owners and Families Triad Banking Dot Com. Lordos diamonds located in the heart of Legu- Seymour. Lordos DIAMONDS DOT COM. When we come back it's visit with. Brian Walton Abi Cardinal Nation Dot COM. Saloon for men. You'll receive the perfect haircut complimentary beverage relaxing shampoo. Hot Towel and amend complimentary shoeshine all for just twenty two dollars. Hair saloon for man. It's a Wednesday and we do this every Wednesday whether it's in season spring training regular season. It's Brian Walden. The CARDINAL NATION DOT COM SPRING. Training Games are often running and Brian. Always good to visit with you. Howard things hey great Dan. I'm like so many cardinals. Fans are still at home but watching every one of these games and watching not only major leaguers but more excitingly these early games a lot of the young players. Are the prospects get to appear? I think just in the last two games alone. Nine of the pitchers who pitched in the last few days are members of the Kardashian. Top fifty prospects. Yeah that's what makes us so much fun from my perspective. I get the chance to to see these kids up. Close get to visit with them. Watch them play An obviously follow in your book. Which is the top prospect guide of what you see and your team. The CARDINAL NATION DOT COM. I go to it all the time you may or may not hear me quote from it. During a telecast every once in a while I may do that Cohen. Yeah Hey if you do it but you've got all the rights to do it because I know how much how much time and how much effort you put into it so I love it and I appreciate it so thank you and thanks to all the fancy word and for those who haven't Make sure you do. We still have hard copy books left. And if you want to pdf version you can get the same day. So just headed. The Cardinal Nation in order twenty twenty prospect. Let's jump into some of the guys we've Seen A. I'll tell you the guy that I think has been the most impressive for me. I'm not sure if you agree. But that would be cody. Whitley we're GONNA see this kid in the big leagues aren't we? Yeah I quit cody. Really big league this season in fact you know there are some who think my gosh you know. He could compete for a job coming out of camp and based on limited action. We've seen so far. I mean I struck out the side looking president mid-nineties. Eat The promise. At least not yet on the forty man and he had a meteoric rise in in. Twenty nineteen. I mean the guy started the season in Peoria low class and by the season it's season finished not only was. He was in Memphis but he was in the zone of Fowley the Best Prospect League in a game any pitch very well there as well. So it's hard to imagine a prospect who who went as far as cody. Whitley did during twenty nineteen and again the only issue right now. There's not a spot for him yet. On the forty man roster but when the time comes at the cardinals need a hard throwing right hander. An open they'll find a way to make roster room for Cody Riley. What is it about him that projects him to be potentially a major leaguer even coming out of this camp what is it about mobile offerings The ability to throw strikes and fastball. That's in the mid nineties. And you know he's just look at his numbers. He does walk a lot of guys he's just comes in and gets out. There's a of pitchers that have stood out to me. So Whitley is one. I'm going to go with another one. And that's Johanna Oviedo. And we saw him pitch yesterday and I thought the Empire squeezed him a bit. The line may not represent just how well he pitched but man. This young man is going to be something I. He stood out to me and watching bullpens his presence his body and then what I saw yesterday. It's funny when Oviedo was time. He was part of that. Big Twenty seven twenty sixteen twenty seventeen international class at the Carl spent so much money on. They got penalized for the next two years. And when at the time Oviedo was rumored. Connecticut not rumored but said that was going in you know in the mid to upper nineties and when he joined the cardinals you know when we put the guns on and he was down in the low nineties and was like what happened and it just took him a while to grow into this big massive six foot. Six Body He will continue to improve his career but his control was. It was a challenge. And that's going to be the last piece for him because he made it up to double a last year pitched effectively nat dominating pitched effectively in the AA rotation and Oviedo is not. We're going to see in Saint Louis this year. Probably but he's the guy who if he stays on track on would be one of these guys who might be competing for back inspired the rotation next year. Maybe the most polished of this group of young pitchers Zack Thompson. Like what I've seen at him. Yeah you know. The cardinals made a decision in twenty nineteen to reverse. Their course in recent years was to spend their first round draft pick on a Polish College pitcher that Thomson Left-hander University of Kentucky had a very decorated college career but have a little bit of an injury history which was a question which is probably the only reason he fell to the cardinals at number nineteen. But that Thompson. You know we've seen we've seen him now pitching these games. He not only has a above average fastball. He's got a good curve ball as well and it changed up and so he is a guy who may start the season at Palm Beach. But if he does he won't be there very long he'll be in in double. A. And again will be guys. That probably won't contribute this year. But you know you're talking about a guy who literally this time last year was just getting ready for his junior season in college. It's been a nice start for Thompson and it's by the way it's a unique situation. I think until this year with Thomson the last time that the cardinals had player who was drafted the previous June. Majorly camp in their first camp was Michael Walker. So I mean that tells you the kind of path that Thompson is on. And you know with all the excitement on Mattie liberty offer very good reason. There's no doubt that Thompson is the left hand or the one of those two who probably will contribute that saint..
"walton" Discussed on #QualityMatters
"While. Sam Walton did not believe in charity. He believed that what he did was his powerful force for good Contribute to philanthropic causes and he said that they cannot be expected to solve every personal problem that comes to their attention and he said we feel strongly that Wal Mart really is not and should not be in the charity. Business in any debt. Hassoo passed along to somebody either. Shareholders our customers so he believes strongly against it says his that however they have walmart has dramatically increased charitable giving in two thousand five donate tool twenty million dollars in cash and merchandise for Hurricane Katrina Relief and now they give away about a billion dollars each year now which I think is great but as I talked about it if they would I feel like. It's one of their gimmick. Look how much we're giving away and look at all the people that something the better you know flashy thing on the news renounce social meteor whatever or in the newspaper ten years ago is Hey. We gave away a billion dollars to such and such. We gave away this. That looks great. Let's look second. Whereas headline of Warp pays ten percent more than everyone else help folks have a decent living wage. But I- exciting. I think it is. I mean I've said a number of times. How much buggies pays their employees? They advertise it told. Young College kids are looking for a job. Like go to buggies. Yeah they pay their people. Well so I'm sure they take care of you. Well I feel like they wouldn't have to do. This is just another gimmick like you said headline to get their name out there but people just don't trust them. One of the things in the notes that in read was about Costco Mar each in acting environmental policy or something. They did at the same time. That people bought into Costco's more just because they trust costco more than they trust warmer. Same thing like Oh yeah. Walmart gave a billion dollars. I could've given two billion like it doesn't matter what your headline is. You're not taking care of your employees. People are not going to buy into it. We'll end. I mean Walmart. It's not like they don't. It's not like they employ small portion of people right. Oh Yeah so. Just imagine the good that can be done for community simply when people earn a better when she's actually they can give to charity themselves thanking. I mean but this is all the basics of free market right so if they're making more money in their happier with their lives then they're more apt to go spend money to someone else and it all grows in works and benefits the world. But we're going over to here but I really want folks to stop and think about is it makes Walmart give you the Iki feeling. You don't get maybe when you go to target or cost these other. Scientists phillies targeting. Well okay try to think about it. Is it that causes it? I mean there's just they remodeled the place. You don't like the way every mom. I'm the only problem with that. But that's where I'm going here. So you think about it. The end these old under like simple trust issues the target set at the wrong place. How's your target at your job affecting your performance and the performance. Your people the elite going for hours hours. But but that's kind of what I'd like people to what I would like the headline to see into Walmart gives you know a billion dollars. A YEAR WALMART INCREASES WAGES. A billion dollars a year a region at a time. Because you know you spread a billion dollars out over all their employees. That's not going to be okay. That say hey okay. We can make an effective change with this region with a billion dollars last year. We're GONNA do this region and the next year we're going to increase this region. We'll think about the with the hurricane right so you know whether it was between her harvey game through here recently. What warmer said tell you what we know. Everyone's suffering right now. A lot of people probably lost jobs because the businesses rolled under. We're having a big hiring where we're paying. Well have a huge impact on the local community and and now like there's never any lanes open data. Don't so you know they still have that again? It's not even half employees to pay back but we're way over. We have it but do think about it like what is it. That makes the ITCHY. And I you know this guy who gets the most technical term for it but and that's the term that he used a really well. It's been awhile read but yes it's just the best imports. So happy it hacking your your workplace already thanks listen..
"walton" Discussed on #QualityMatters
"And even their stores are huge. Like you know I've obviously in a small town about hour and a half from where Walmart started big deal we gotta Walmart and are a big deal and it wasn't that big and I remember when we I moved here to Houston and I went to the Walmart. Supercenter was life. But now whenever we travel you know like. I think over Thanksgiving we travelled. We went into small Walmart medicine for our daughter and I was like tiny right but it's still huge. Yeah if tiny warmer standards yeah so I think that's part of and it'll still like it was still the grocery store in the retail store but it was so small and that made me feel good. That name feel like home. Okay so just their size like I hate going to Walmart. You know this. It's so big to park is so far away. Memory you park in. It's just like if you get more than three or four things. You're all over the store and there's people everywhere a hater but when you're in the small town it's it's not I am not only because it's smaller in the small town but again the parking lot is not as big so you can usually get a win there. I went to the pharmacy to pick up the medicine. The pharmacists Hymie Oh hey kyle. I'll be with you. And they new people and that's Wolmar. I believe that's what Sam will want to be about. Sounds like would've been the personal touch. Just it matters. It matters a lot. I mean just forget war for a minute just go back to your workplace right. I mean we've all had that manager that doesn't know a darn thing about his name. I'm not talking about being buddy buddy with your people going on. Yeah and you know you have to remind him five times that you get kids you know you have that same basic conversation over and over. You'd need a personal touch. I mean okay. Guess we'll be a plug for the training coming up but half cume as Kant's bootcamp. That's in April in April. You can sign up on Q. Mess bootcamp DOT COM. That's it but we spend nearly half of the course not even talking about anything technical. It is all about the basic skills personal skills psychological ideas. Just what's it take to connect to these folks to get people to radically change the way to doing business? It's the same idea ear. Well I mean I could share a personal experience. I don't know if I should you know it was about twelve years ago? We'VE FOUND OUT. We were pregnant with our first son and I went to share with my assistant. Boss will call and she was very with for me and she said have you told the boss boss yet in I said no and she and I both knew why but about that time. The boss boss had rounded the corner. And you know obviously this. This southern I'd wanted all my life was to be a mom used as soon as we got. I said all right I mean I was a little bit older. Twenty seven ship in In so she ran very exciting. Is she rounded the corner and she said tell me what and I said. Oh I just found out. I'm pregnant I thought so in Addison right well and she's a mall you know and I just thought. Wow that's not the reaction you want. You want your boss to care about you. Be Happy for you but as a manager all she cared about is. GonNa have to cover this person's maternity leave you but it sounds like the same thing here so Sam Walton clearly obviously care about not only the people that work for. But I'm sure he knew. All the details and fun facts about the customers are frequently disorders personal touch but then it goes into just creating an environment where folks can can express themselves can have ideas. I mean that's part of what I hate so much. Some the windies corporate structures are. Is you either this top down kind of totalitarian wave? This is how we're going to do. Just follow and that leads to wage issues and stuff like this you get people cheating to hit the hit the target up. Because I'm sure that's where you're going here but it's been whilst read the book is if your target is to care for people in you know that you prophets going to be a result though workout for you if you came on the Prophets I will folks will do whatever it takes to hit them all. It's so frustrating that the the successors couldn't see that it works just fine away. Sam Walton was doing it. So yeah let's do something more to improve on that but don't change it so at the time start with why was written. I let you know I like my numbers and investment in Walmart the days Sam Walton died would have gained US three hundred percent dead the same investment on the same day in Costco Game. You eight hundred percent. Who was warning. Well I guess taking care of their employees so talks about a CEO that followed Walton took a four hundred thirty thousand dollar salary which is relatively low for AC- but when you compare it to Walton at Wal marts peak. He never took more than three hundred. Fifty thousand never took more than that because that's his wife was renewed now and so I really like how he kinda wrapped up Simon sinek wrapped up this study. He said at the time this book was written three more. Ceo's have attempted to carry the torch. But the WHI grows Zimmer. There's new hope and Michael T duke. Who is not the CEO Anymore? Looked it up okay. So there was new hope and Michael t duke and his hopes is to restore the torch declared the end the Y. Yeah and he started by paying himself. Five point four three million dollars. That's just the best way to do it. In your will often stated you'll be more apt to help people right. Yeah that's the sweet works. I know so. I don't know what was trapped here. We'll see what pay you point. Four and I mean I'm really good. Are you you to save your paycheck? Oh just just to go back to the personal story. I shared. That was twelve years ago and I remember clearly. I can see every detail I mean. Probably not what? Everybody was wary right but I mean I know where we were standing in the building. I know how she rounded the corner. I could see the look on her face and I mean that was the morning as my day started. They were the first people at work that I told me. Ask you this. The folks at this organization were they cooperative with one another or competitive territory. It depends on who was a journal. It was not a good environment you know. It's probably the last thing before we appear but you know someone else talked to recently. They're part of a large. You know Multinational corporate conglomeration right. And you would assume that. Each of the individual business units within these large organizations would work support each other one has resources the other needs and then there was even take but there's not. They're all very harshly territorial about their numbers. They have imagined that they have to hit and helping the guy next door in the same organization main turning your numbers your number. She can't. That's terrible one other thing before we wrap up. I was just kind of looking around like I looked at the. Ceo's trying to get the history of the CEO's and different outlooks. Oh sorry about that when I did I did. That's what happens when I check it before we wrap up there was it was on wikipedia which I know is not the most reliable but there was a section on charity about Walmart. We'll.
"walton" Discussed on #QualityMatters
"Inspections tune-in check us out. They'll get back to work. That finally finished. I keep saying we're GONNA start a miniseries in calculus reminding me that we've tried that. A couple of episodes so he's going to kind of bring those to the forefront at pullman. There'll be a page dedicated to it. So as I was reading the book I was like. Oh we've gotta talk about and then I thought Ooh the book is copyrighted. I don't know if we can but then the very last sentence of silence start with why book says if this book inspired you please pass it on to someone you want to inspire so. I feel like we can shape. We're not taking credit for nothing that said here. We're taking credit. It's all Simon Senate so I do have my book. Open ahead my notes that I took. I didn't want to read to you but I think some of it's going to be a little bit rate so this is very interesting to me because it's about Walmart. And when he first mentioned Walmart because a lot of companies that he mentioned in here are companies. Did well did things. Well and and I. It's interesting to note that I grew up in Arkansas correct ballot hour hour and a half south of where Walmart started. So you've mentioned Walmart. So of course that brought up some good feelings for me but then. I thought why Walmart what are they doing well? Well there's lots of good information in here and a it can be applied to many aspects. Your Business I mean. This isn't just a sales cell type stuff now. This is starting with. Why which helps your business to be equality of quality service and quality products all those kinds of things. So we're going to kind of go a little bit. Through the history of Sam Walton. He grew he grew up in Walmart. We're not GONNA go that far back. He won't open Walmart in nineteen. Sixty two Bill Arkansas. It grew from one store to forty four billion dollars in annual sales and had forty four or forty million people shopping per week. Just mind boggling. And I don't know I don't know if it said the time that group still denied yeah was it was the only discount store around target was already opened actually target opened the same year really in discount stores were already a two billion dollar industry when he opened his one really yet in realism wars more on the leading edge. Apparently not he's admit. Sam Walton has admitted to borrowing ideas from other businesses in so talks about. Why was he successful? Because he knew his wide. He believed in people. And this is where I'm GonNa read you a little bit. He believed that if people looked after the if he looked after people people would look after him the more Walmart could give their employees their customers in the community the more they would all give back to him. He is quoted for saying. We're all working together. That's the secret very interesting. And so that was his. Wi- well yet. That was his. Why in Walmart is the what to his? Why make sense? He was in service to other people. And as a for instance he went into work on Saturdays because his employees had work on Saturdays and I thought well it's not they're not sway should be good good leadership he He remembered birthdays anniversaries. The cashiers mother had had gall bladder surgery. Oh while he's thoughtful person and that's something. I wish I was like especially today. Today's Social Media Age. You know you scroll and you see things apple CEO that are going on our last good or bad you see them a person in the thing about it. I forget I think oh my gosh. I should've asked you about or they'll mention. I'll be like us on facebook. I'm sorry meant to ask you and you know you feel so bad but he did it without facebook which is also something we've talked about previously the CEO that wrote how many birthday cards yeah on a year. So you know it's similar to that. He did not like his executives drove expensive cars. He resisted using the corporate jet for years he finally gave in the Senate for a lot of years and he never forgot where he came from. This kind of reminds me of me in you. 'cause obviously everybody wants to grow their business two million dollar business or whatever you're right yeah two billion on conservative estimates conservative and so. Of course. I'm like well. Here's what I WANNA do. Not that it's GonNa Change. I am I just like it's a nicer things on the other hand is GonNa be Sam Walton. He says I can't. I still can't believe this news where I get my haircut. Where else would I go? The Barber Shop. He goes to the Barshop. Where is what I get a cut? He says why. Do I drive a pickup? Or what am I supposed to haul my dogs around in a Rolls Royce agree so he was the person he aimed to serve the every man and I think that's the term that Simon coined because he use it later in his book every man the everyday man. That's out earning eleven in need things to get by so one of the things that I really like when he started out he built his stores in rural communities so that the everyman then have to drive to urban centers. Your ticket and supplies they needed. That's a big cost on the every man in money you spend the gas will. I mean I grew up out in the middle of you. Know where Redneck Ville and I mean. It really is thirty minutes sometimes just to get your bag on gas station so this is actually a very good very valid point but that is not at all what you would that is not the common sense place to put a huge ward store. No not at all so the dances place. That's where he grew up Yup and today today. You wouldn't think if you're from Arkansas. Anything that Arkansas Bentonville is kind of an up and coming area so you would think of it as a rural area But at the time it was so you know of course like I said when he mentioned Walmart. I didn't really like we all get can make you feel good. So that's yeah decided. We're GONNA talk about it. In one thousand nine hundred ninety two says Walmart lost their Y. Sam Walton died ochre. He was involved in the business. I think up until he could it yet so the new Walmart confused. It's Y which was to serve people with a towel which was offering low prices so then they can started with their like their schemes You know the Simonsen that talks about that early in the day earlier in the book the dumbest things just keep people in this is why Walmart makes us feel icky and December of zero eight. It's been scandal. Ridden in his head. Seventy three class action lawsuits hang related to wage violation wage violence. A while. And payed in those are your employees. And that's any Sam Walton said for taking care of his employees birth when a change everything and he paid hundreds. They've paid hundreds of millions and pass judgments and settlements which is not what. Walton believes and. That's it's really not that long of a period of time to go that far off the rails. I mean we're only talking about you know just to get to it. Yeah Twenty was a twenty years. Thirty this local. He died in ninety two. Yeah yeah both houses. It's not like all of this stuff. Came to a head into does nee. I mean this would have been like the day. After his passing the wheels turning so yeah from ninety two thousand eight shut a lot they just it just fell apart. So yeah like we'd said it makes us that you mention Walmart. It makes you feel it you. We can't put our finger on it again. Simonsen a plots earlier in the book about the part of us that we can't explain why we love somebody pick out actions that they do for things like that so we point to their size were in their money. And we say oh. It's because they're so big and they end goes along with the on our general taste for anyone. That's better than US. So it's like we can him point that that's why they're so terrible? I I don't even know if it's that is a. It's just so.
An Interview with RJ Houman of the Federation for American Immigration Reform
"You were just talking about immigration and the trump administration's maybe a little bit harder for you to just come over here and sponge off the government which is a good thing R. J. a Hellman almonds that ring okay if from fear is with this to chat a little bit about this and some other things to about your foreign guest workers in this kind of stuff to RJ how are you pretty good how are you I'm doing well Helman right that's it all right so you deserve this spring court ruling last week you can't sponge off the government leaves to make a little bit harder to sponsor of government good news as far as your organization's concern right absolutely administration's done a lot on many facets of the immigration debate you know legal immigration down the border everything spiking up last may we've been month after month of decline in making it harder for people to come up here and take taxpayer benefits but there are some areas where they are falling short in a critical election year right winger well again establishment lawmakers and the ministration of thistles who are beholden to business interests are about to strike yet again it's got a lot of coverage in in conservative media not on at twenty here in Washington where Mick Mulvaney president's chief of staff for giving a private speech in London and he said and I'll quote him on that we are desperate desperate for more people we are running out of fuel for the economic growth that we've had in our nation over the last four years and we need more immigrants are still topic at a time machine the twenty sixteen will president trump made his famous address in Phoenix where he laid out his immigration platform probably something that contributed to him getting elected he blasted Hillary Clinton early meeting with donors and lobbyists and he said he crafted his plan with the input of federal immigration officers through immigration experts and not those who represent workers and corporations well now you're the chief of staff who supported the establishment who once and let the legal immigration into this country you know he called for reforming the legal immigration system to serve the best interests of America and its workers now people do not want to do that yeah the economy is getting better we do have the blue collar boom but that blue collar boom is when wages increase for workers corporations and business interests do not like that the American people do it's essential if president trump wants a second term he needs to keep the blue collar wages growing at the fastest rate in years and not give immigration related handouts to employers who despite the tight labor market you gotta keep helping American workers not them all right well the let's let me play devil's advocate let's just say we got the folks who are looking to do a certain job and they literally can't find me by me what what do they do but then I mean it's one thing to say Hey we're gonna pay you more because of the tight labor market but right what if you just can't find folks to do stuff well here's the thing that you know people always like to say when people make comments like that they're only referring to low skilled manual labour not high skilled foreign workers that isn't true they're pushing for more low skilled labor as forcefully as for calling for more high skilled labor this is something that is double pronged there's a lot of people who are still on the sidelines tens of millions who have not fully entered the labor market yet the only thing to get many people off the sidelines it went benefits are increased wages are increased as well we have to keep tightening the labor market it is a good thing no we understand there are some industries you know what agriculture and things like that where can it is tough to get workers but again it would even be better to automate moved to canonization and some of those industries what rather than having an endless supply of cheap foreign labor coming in here who also rely on taxpayer benefits but again we see that that the white collar level as well you know you have stem workers people are getting fired good to replace them with H. one Z. that was going to be wrong yeah I mean look at this thing your disease having people on your train their own replacement which is you know the human being absolutely you know the lay off three hundred American tech workers and then they'll replace them all with a an Indian people on H. one B. visa or outsource those jobs and again it's at the same time out of the same other side of the mouth we're saying that American children are must grow up and go to college and use stem majors and then when they enter the labor market they're competing with cheaper foreign workers at the same time you you people calling for more armed foreign students going to our colleges and were you staple a green card to him right after they graduate again we need to tighten the labor market even more we're seeing so much economic growth right now it's it's great for our country as a whole and it's great for the president's reelection prospects but again why did he hire so many establishment people and administration officials who don't care about what got him elected all they care about is rewarding to business interests that have fueled the GOP the for decades before he got there yeah I've had this discussion back and forth with listeners in the email we talk about on the radio to when people say you know and I say look there may come a time and we may be there I don't know it's hard to tell from from the labor market when we need to when we need the import some folks but I would like to see you at that point like you talked about in the beginning there are J. when when wages go up I mean you see all of a sudden where you can go work for you know what what was normally a twelve dollar an hour job and now it's twenty dollar an hour job and going okay we're now we're seeing some of that squeeze and then we see then you can't find and buy things okay no matter what I pay I can't find anybody that people all over your example of that is is famous I mean or not all the details on this is a little bit ago there's that famous big ice raid at that chicken plant down and this is where a lot of where a lot of illegal aliens lost their jobs that company was putting banners up in that town and and doubling the pay and people were taking the line up around the block to forty on the block that stuff that will keep happening they just don't want to go down that path many either actually your permanent guest workers at the permanent legal immigration flow that they want but even the guest worker right can we see this all the time they think all the H. two B. visa seasonal employment visas when you come here and it didn't we they they have it the industry lobbied for an increase in it Congress gave the administration the authority to do that they did the increase and the visas that were part of the increase won't even all use they gave about thirty thousand the use about ten thousand less so they're out there clamoring in the streets we need more workers we need more pieces and give it to him and then they don't even use them all I mean it's just ridiculous situation we see it every year but this is crucial I mean the blue collar boom you mentioned it repeatedly in the state of the union if you want to keep it going don't fail out people who are now but yet that they have to pay American workers more so how do we do I mean if you say they're not giving away all the vases then that should you know that should be a good thing I would guess is they're not competing against American workers if they are not giving out all the visas why they're asking for more what we're asking for more than a weather asking for for two for increased eligibility and things like that me for example might be the programs called each to be a lot of people who are clamoring for more the speakers are actually from Peru seasonal employment areas for example a five week fishing season up in Alaska but you know who uses the vast majority of those visas landscapers in Texas and Florida and I know plenty of people in Texas and Florida they mow their lawns year round those aren't true seasonal jobs we we understand I mean if you're heading up to Maine and you're doing and some fishery job as well stuff like that truly is seasonal but we have some programs out there at the H. one B. H. two B. that are so white there is so much widespread abuse the administration and have done a little on the regulatory front but there's still so much to be done I mean if you want to do you any increase in good faith reform the program's first stop the abuse you can't just grant the wishes for these business interests in an election year with the hope that the line your pockets even more we're talking with our R. G. Hellman from of fear when it comes to the drug cartels and things like this we making progress on that as far as I know we're building some border wall and let me forget that I hear you and colder complains about that all the time making fun but basically what I understand is there were fences there the high traffic areas they're replacing those events as with actual barriers what I think is a good thing you gonna put him up where there's the highest traffic first and we've seen a slowdown and went out of course I can we can gripe all we want about the progress in the legal immigration from but again what the administration has done here is absolutely amazing what we saw order number that a thirteen year high last may we see decreases every single month since with zero help from Congress because Democrats love open borders they don't care who comes here and they don't want to address the crisis they've done all they can from policy changes if you look at all Walton portent yet we do need to beef up you know the existing fencing we have in some areas and I'm like and I think that is very important the ministrations done all they can they be reprogrammed money that wasn't them useless thanks if you will enter the military budget to actually defend our homeland not other countries only in the broad they've done all they can but our big fear here as well it Congress will eventually need to act in close a lot of loopholes it's really drive this crisis a future president could come in and got everything the administration done to make sure our asylum programs are to be used to make sure people just can't come up here that was a big fear filled with the border as well all they have to do rather than climbing over a wall they just have to walk into reported injuries and say Hey I claim asylum and and abuse our system and they've made great steps in to shore up the integrity of our system to make sure if we are helping people that are claiming asylum they actually deserve it they're not just coming up because they're an economic migrants well that's the thing I mean people say Williams violence or whatever and there's violence everywhere I mean you'd have people in Chicago want to go to Bel Air I'm sure because the violence but you know we just can't live there by him because there's violence and then they got to be persecuted mind standing is specifically these people sought out by their government or other factions and that's just not the case with most these folks seeking asylum now everybody in the northern triangle again it's coming up here is an economic migrant and you know I'd argue too that they put themselves up even up to more abuse you you Mexican cartels you know that are driving the cartels smugglers human traffickers drive them up and commit even more crimes and and and inflict a lot of damage upon these people are coming up again what they're doing essentially is country shopping if you were a true refugee or asylum in your wing persecution are terrible a situation in the country Europe country shopping okay when you get to Mexico you should rejoice because there's many areas there that are
"walton" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast
"Was just past six o'clock. It's Travis Walton. In his six fellow log cutters finished off. A Long Day of thinning undergrowth in the Apache Sit Greaves National Force. The sunset darkness was falling quickly as attend to do among the Tall Pines along the mug along rim with it an increase in November chill was coming over the men and they anxiously piled into their truck to head for home would be at least an hour before they reached hieber to the north. So the men settle into their seats as best they could for the jarring drive up the force uneven dirt roads the smokers in the group hastily the first cigarettes they'd had an hour's Walton one of the only to nonsmokers on the crew. Set up front in the passenger seat enjoying the fresh cool air and watching the pines pass by heading up towards mogul on Rim Road Walton. Soon noticed something shining among the branches off to the right. The other saw two and the chatter from the backseat. Fell quiet spaces between the trees flashed by too quickly to make out what the object was but a clearing up ahead. Reveal a yellowish glow. That washed across the road in front of them. The driver sped up to get a closer look when they reached the clearing. The men were stopped by what they saw less than a hundred feet. From the edge of the road a glowing disk hung in the air floating motionless between the trees. Only fifteen feet off the ground that you've been out to the woods a lot right. James our raised in Wood's brother. What how would you feel if you were out doing your normal stuff in the woods and you just turn a corner tree and come upon a giant giant floating disk? If ten feet off the air around I would literally shit mice? I mean who wouldn't okay? Now everybody talks smack. Oh how it'd be so cool to see yes. It would be cool to see at a distance but if you like ran right up on it I believe that'd be probably one of the most bone chilling experiences. Someone I could probably have. And that's how you feel right now like if you if you were a kid when you're growing up and he did that you'd probably be scared shitless but right now known knowing as much as you know all the in parallel investigations you've gone. Would you still act the same way if you were in the woods in Colorado and you came upon this in the middle of the woods flowing in the woods I would probably still observed from a distance but I would probably want to check it out? Yeah you know I want to check it out but then you know the aliens probably get your camera out and try to take a picture. Maybe absolutely I had it with me. Yeah if I have a bad habit of travel when I'm like in the woods I don't take my electronics. I like to hike and just go one of them crazy crackpot to be screened Matt. Ufo's normally believe you know what? I believe Donald Evidence Right camera to James. I'm GonNa tell you what that's everything is everything 'cause nowadays with the way how many that all the storytellers bullshit artists and stuff out there. Oh yeah who tried to just say? Oh I saw this side. Where's your pictures? Well I didn't have with me. How do we have to prove it? Toss objective also. It's all about what you can prove nowadays no longer you know word of mouth. Nobody's GonNa take you at your word on something like something like that especially something that extraordinary I mean there are some people that do but They also require more evidence so like if you tell him he saw some dinner you experience something they want you to point out where they can go run tests and stuff but then if they don't have any other evidence backup what you claimed and they're not going to believe you course Oreo vanish. Yeah Oh yeah unfortunately. Come upon a government experiment of some sort or actual encounter. They may very well make you. Vanish yes probably get men in black. Lock you up something. Yeah men in black. That is not a farfetched. Fetched idea either. No I'm sorry it's not out there movie or not but yeah there's there's people out there secret secret level government people probably not even government probably beyond the government might be aliens yet. Government can just be a smokescreen. They really running shit. The truck slams to a halt in Walton opened his door to get a better look. There was no sound safer startled. Cry from one of the cutters. My God it's a flying saucer as he recounts in his book fire in the sky. Travis Walton stepped out of the cabinet walked towards the object. The others begged him to get back in the truck but he felt compelled to get a close up look he approached the craft cautiously glancing back to the truck mound in as his friends continued to plead with him. Coming within six feet of the craft Walton stopped and stared up at its glowing underside. That dude as a major component. I'm GonNa tell you what. Yeah because to walk up on something like that. Yeah general curiosity would lead you to look but then again was he at this point already under some kind of hypnosis well but I've never so the only time I've ever heard of hypnosis or even like Being in control of crafts when people are sleep never heard of it when they're awake. Okay that's just theory. Maybe but then again he he recounts these things right. Aures you know. He knows what he was doing. And Noble Circumstance. You know. People have been hypnotized. Do not remember most or all of what they've done or he also says that he looked a back to the truck a few times. Yeah so he was totally conscious what he was doing. Maybe he didn't real maybe. It just didn't dawn on him. It was an actual flying saucer. Maybe thought it was some kind of other something I mean. Obviously he was definitely on some under some sort of spell to be so transfixed actually walk up within six feet of this lie grass. It and I'm surprised you could walk the size of balls. You need to walk on something like that. Yeah I mean He. He just walked like he knew it like it was somebody on the side of the road. That car broke down in who they were. He's walked up to see what's going on crazy. Suddenly the silence along dark isolated road gave way to what Walton later described as thunder swell of turbine engine. That's winning narrow beam of light fire from Ottoman the disk and struck Walton in the chest. It lifted him up then knocked him to the ground. Like a thunderbolt in a panic. The rest of the crew sped away towards a main road terrified when the men regain their senses. They returned to the clearing to rescue their friend. The fortunately the craft was gone. And so is Walton. Got Abducted Damn yet. So how would you leave your friend behind way to go? Yeah take off and leave him. Well you don't happen Walton. Truck says I'll be right back. You never say never say. Never say that. Despite a thorough search of the area they could find no trace of him and were forced to drive home one crew member short when they reported what happened the authorities discounted the men's tale a ridiculous attempt to cover up a murder launched an extensive search for Walton's body. They searched for several days and found nothing. Walton reappeared here five days later in corroborated their story with the addition of what happened aboard the spacecraft. Up to this point everything. That's that we've discussed has been Told by the witnesses has been told by the police has has been told by will alter himself and this is how it is in the movie. Yeah up to this point. What happens in the movie is? I would probably say ninety percent accurate. What happened in the actual event? Yes here's where we sort of diverged from the Hollywood crap yeah get down to what what. Walton said actually happened versus where Hollywood. Because we'RE NOT HERE TO EMBELLISH. You know go along with Hollywood bullsh- right Walter reported that after approaching. Ufo near the work site. The last thing he remembered was being struck by there'd be maligned when he woke Walton said he was on a reclined bed. That's comfortable a bright light shone above him and the air was heavy and wet. He was in pain and had some trouble breathing but as I thought was that he was in a normal hospital as his faculties returned. Walton says he realized he was trying to buy three figures each wearing a sort of orange jumpsuit. Now they were convicts damn he wasn't. He was independent territory. That has got some clockwork orange ship. Go not the clockwork orange No as Alex Day these figures were not. Human Walton describes the beans as typical of the so called grace which featuring some abduction account quote shorter than five feet and they had bald heads no hair. Their heads were domed very large. They look like fetuses they had large is enormous is almost all brown without much white in them. The creepiest thing about them were those is they. Just stared threw me in quote their ears. Noses and mouths quote seemed real small maybe just because her eyes were so huge in quote Walton related a he feared for safety and got to his feet and shouted at the creatures to stay away. He grabbed a glasslike cylinder from a nearby show. And try to break. Its tip to create a makeshift knife but found the object unbreakable so instead the creatures as a weapon. Sounds like what I would do you back bitch sounds almost like a like a comedy we break it and you just can't break it. The trio of creatures left him in the room Walton then left the quote unquote exam room via a hallway which led to his vehicle room with only a high back chairs placed in the center of the room though he was afraid there might be someone seated in the chair. Walter says he walked towards it as he did lights began to appear in the room was empty so Walton says he sat in it. I mean wouldn't you? I mean look if you're if you're in some weird place you don't know where it's at and it looks like a captain's chair you're GonNa sit in captain's chair you're GonNa go full on Captain Kirk in that right. That's pretty crazy. But yeah probably so when he did. The room filled with lights similar to stars projected on a round planetarium sealy. The chair was equipped on the left arm with a single short thick lever with an oddly shaped molded handle atop some dark brown cereal on the right arm. There was an illuminated lime green screen about five inches square with black lines intersected at all angles and Walton pushed the lever. He reported that the stars rotated around him slowly when he released a lever. The stars remain in their new position. He decided to stop manipulating the lever since he had no idea what it might do. I mean he probably just. That would have been cool. The why didn't they include this be because I was like I as astral projection room or something. Or what do they call it? The the It's a wake on Star Trek when they go into warp speed astro. It's worth speed. Yeah because he was 'cause in Star Trek the ships not moving at warp speed. You're moving the space around you. And that's what he was doing. He's moving space around. And which is why the stars moved. See this not as terrifying as as being attacked in probe needle stuck in your I like they have in the he left the chair and the stars disappeared. Walton thought he had seen a rectangle or outline on the rounded wall. Perhaps a door and he went to look for just in. Walton her to sound behind him. He turned expecting more of the short large eyed creatures but was pleasantly.
NBA trade deadline 2020 surprises
"Other very minor trade deadline day deals from today. You guys all run through. Stop me if you've You've got something to say about them. The magic acquired James Ennis from the sixers for a second round. Pick the nuggets acquired choir Jordan mccray from the Grizzlies for Shabazz Napier. The rockets acquired Bruno Komo glow from the Grizzlies Jordan Bell. The hawks acquired Derek Wilton junior from the clippers for cash. Does he already waived. Oh they got their initial report. was that the hawks. Were sending back cash to the clippers clippers but then it was corrected cash was come in with Derrick Walton Junior. They not only do the hawks get a player who I believe. They're waving but they got some. Okay how's it was just a cash trade exchanging exchanging dollars and then the hawks also acquired scalp and two million dollars cash. I think from the Blazers for a future heavily protected second round pick I think its top fifty five protected. We descended a few times so we say one thing on scowl shirt in some limited portland. I thought he was actually decent. I thought he's athletic. He's good at both ends ends of the floor. It means he's not going to change a franchise around but I think he's he's a play. It was still some potential there. How many centers the Hawks and they've got dwayne deadman Now and obviously starting five of senators right now cadman Bruno Fernando scale and Damian Jones. I can't wait for the rockets and the Hawks looks to match up against the Senate's it's the skills challenge versus
"walton" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
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He's gotta got a giveaway to tell you about so that'll make you stay through the podcast and listening and if you're interested in the hall of fame it concerns the cardinals hall of fame and museum and we'll talk about <hes> the cardinals hall of famers coming up also this week on scoops with danny mac dot com. I'll have a visit with brian. Finch heads the museum and also he is the one that will put on the outstanding event this weekend at ballpark village which is open to the public will get into the guy's going into the hall of fame specifically scott rolen and on jason isringhausen. There's also some news concerning what the cardinals may do some call ups. This is brought to you in brilliant clarity by lordos diamonds visit lordos diamonds dot com special occasion anniversary getting engaged before you shop anywhere else compare it mentioned my name get additional savings off at lordos does diamonds located in the heart of the do lordos diamonds dot com to see their selection. We'll get into jake woodford in this podcast. What lies ahead for him. Justin williams he was part of the tommy deal he starting to make some noise. Also we'll get into daniel. Ponts daily owned who's been very effective. Middle middle infielders have been very good for the cardinals down in the minor leagues could be potential. Call ups and other potential call ups as well. We'll talk about this is scoops with danny mac dot com tom and were brought to you by westport social so if you have a fantasy football draft look no further than westport social because because they're located in westport plaza easy to get to jimbo t._v.'s the ice cold beer. They've got stations for your computers high speed internet every weekend to do. They have got when you think about westport. Social live music and on sundays a great brunch westport social find out more online and that is westport social dash s. t. l. dot com for more information for your fantasy football draft or to book a brunch coming up. 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We've got the the hall of fame coming up and as i mentioned you don't write jest about the minor leagues but you also take a hard look at what's happening with the big league club and many of the issues around baseball so i want to jump into the hall of fame which is so exciting. I love it. I think it's a great day in a celebration of cardinals baseball. Tell me what you thought of more cooper jason eighteen isringhausen and scott rolling going into the cardinals hall of fame this weekend that selects the the veteran player that went in which was more cooper and then we also set the ballot of roughly eight players get voted on by the fans for the modern era players s where scott rolling jason isringhausen. We're voted in this year. Obviously both very deserving or cooper. A lot of folks don't know more cooper unless they're historians but a very important pitcher for the cardinals in the forties when they <hes> one three ships and you know very serving dish famous well how about izzy and enrolling when you think yeah those two guys i think he will get in at some point but it is a great debate to think about those three well you know this is really a time to i thought keeping his was deserving has been deserving but you know he came at stigma of having also played with the mets and been a part of a championship team there as well well so there are some fans who hold that against him as well as the circumstances by which he last count but if you look at the history cardinals in terms of productivity from first basement lynch and his ability defensively he's one of the greatest first baseman in team history and and hopefully okay. I want to ask you to about lane. Thomas as we switch gears lane tom tom is i know you saw upfront and close awful lot. Gimme the background on this young man because i think he's going to be a player before it's all said and done really got a bonus would link thomas in one of the years where they were under penalty for international science because of the houston hacking incident could only spend three hundred doc thirty three hundred thousand dollars per player so they hid money allocation that they couldn't use they traded to toronto who wanted to spend some more money on a on an international player and got got lane thomasson return. He had a good history with toronto. Stubby clapp knew him from when he was in the organization but thomas was injured a lot early in the minor leaks and frankly right after he got to the cardinals in palm beach. He got injured only played nine games. Its first year had a breakout. Season in two thousand eighteen actually led the system in home. Runs aunts had one more than <hes>. Here's the bear who am excuse me taylor. O.'neil who spent part of the saint louis cometh is very very strong. All all around player has great skill. He's he can hit. He has gained power he can <hes> can field. Well is that of roughly a fifty on the twenty two eighty scale on the field. <hes> also has a very good throwing arm of course mclean comment and he of course he can play all over her. Three defensive. Positions in the outfield is very good center fielder. The question is willing. Thomas be a starting outfielder in the majors or will he be a reserve and unfortunately elite this time he hasn't under the best of the question when he has been given the opportunity produced done well but it's been still such a small sample the inclusion yet about what his future role will be with saint louis when you think of <hes> harrison baiter he's now back with the club arose arena going back down to did the minor leagues. He rejoined saint louis last night. I'm curious when you look at harrison did. What did you see that that gave him. You know some some caused for hope in the club at cause for hope is he was sent back down to the minors. What was he doing right. Harrison bit like coming up through the system. They left handed pitching <hes> and even lost that was saint louis he just sort of lost his mojo and when he went down to memphis <music> only hit right in pitching it left hit right in this very very well downtown on the in the inmate i think he was a nine game hitting streaks getting four hundred over his last <hes> last week and a half with memphis. He's seeing the ball hitting the ball very well. Of course we know is defensive portfolio so the question question will be you know in this crowded outfield mix is how many how long will harrison get to play and prove that his dad is because as you you will know probably everyone knows tyler kneels be hatch and you know he was starting in less fuel before zanger. <hes> jose martinez is also so not too far away so land rosters expanded september you could ever rose arena back so you know there's all these guys are gonna competing be competing for pass and tinley. Speaking osuna in extra sour have been in the lineup most days meaning. <hes> you know there's one spot for all these guys to compete for daniel. Leone is pitched. I wells since he went back to the minor leagues and it looks like he's been able to for the most part control the strike zone which has been his big issue. That's absolutely right. I mean we've all seen scene when daniel has on he's almost unhittable but that ball has to be moving but still registering within the scribes and just to give you a perspective in last research eighteen innings <hes> no runs allowed for daniel only five blocks twenty eight strikeouts twenty eight strikeouts in eighteen inning with math i so i mean the results are phenomenal. Banners are hitting to twelve against them so we're gonna see daniel certainly within the you know in ten days so in memphis seasons and kill no likely to get back into the least along relief mix is not get a spot spot her two down the road. How 'bout <hes> also a guy that i just wanna keep tabs on. He might be added to the forty man at some point and that's jake woodford. I was been faring get ahead a rough month <hes> his last out he was better which was good to see because <hes> his last three innings he said the right around five the walks are up. The scouts are still there but the walks out amp but he's been hit around pretty well as well so this is kind of a crucial time for woodford not because memphis is necessarily surly going anywhere because they're not but you know he's not on the forty man roster as you said and this is a chance where he could show that he might be deserving to come to saint louis you know his numbers are standing out well enough that that is certainly should happen and then finally in terms of and i know you wrote about about this recently in the last seven ten days or so who else do you think outside of daniel pyne staley own and some of the other guys we already mentioned that could get called up anybody else. Catch your attention that might get called up when september ends well. Two.
"walton" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"F. now walton walton goggin them. You probably if you don't know him you. You know all right. That's what i'm telling you he <hes> you know you might know him. From all the way back he was in the apostle even a lot of movies but he with robert duval but me and more recently in the hateful eight he was also in justified. I talked to timothy olifants <hes> about him a little bit. I love vice principals principals hateful eight that i mentioned that already now this new movie which i watched and it's <hes> it's it's pretty amazing because you know it sort of sets vibe like it's going to be a scary movie and it is a little scary but it's not it's not a horror film. It's an actual sort of well kind of grounded human story. That's sorta take place in a very rarefied world of pentecostals and it's called them that follow and i thought it was i thought it was great and he's great right in it and this is me talking to walton geoghegan's that film by the way his playing now <music> ooh. I'm ready ready. We're here and let's do it. My name is walter. Goggin nice to meet you walden. I'm auditioning for the arkansas mares guests on his <hes> pot. Okay great great. Thanks for coming in great guy. Did you prepare anything. I prepared nothing good. That's the best way to be marc maron again literally zero. I have no preparation whatsoever deal. He moved mike. Mike and you don't have to this week's you. You got somebody hears..
"walton" Discussed on You're Wrong... And Here's Why
"You know, I've mentioned how little I like Walton and for a variety of reasons, but I think he's actually doing reasonably good job. What this team right now? I think he's doing a reasonably good job keeping the inmates from running the asylum, and that is a tall task one of those guys in the prison. Stripes happens to be LeBron James Walton doing a fine job with this team. And he's coaching at the way honestly should be coached. Despite all the veterans that were forced on him. Kyle Kuzma, Brandon Ingram. Josh our in Lonzo ball are all in the top six in minutes played along with LeBron number one and Rondo at number five. The Rondo Lonzo dynamic is confusing. But if that's the biggest knock. On wall. And right now, he's honestly doing a heck of a job and not as many other people not many other people would have running smoothly. Well, let's run down another pretty big knock on Walden. You're saying that he's doing a good job. But on the court, it doesn't show that they're allowing the fourth most points league-wide and the second most points in the west at one hundred twenty point one points per game. And maybe defense isn't what what they're focusing on. But come on. That's awful you want to know the teams that are head of them the wizards the hawks in the pelicans. I mean, that's that's unreal. How bad their defense has been. And granted there point differential is under two point. So they're scoring, but they're not winning these games. Honestly, they should with, you know, having the best player in the world on their team or arguably a top two player in the world depending on your viewpoint. It's the problem here is the expectation and what's actually happening on the court or two wildly different things. And that is the reason why Luke Walton is probably skyrocketing up those first coach fired boards. I mean to. To have to have a sit down meeting with the GM ten games into a season your way to end of the season. It's unreasonable. I coached fired has already happened. God bless you tie. Lou butts talking about Walton Lakers four and six while basically, integrating entirely new roster teams take time to gel yet. Their numbers are not great right now. But players have to get used to playing with each other. Magic needs to stay hands off on this and let things settle in. Because they will know that's the reality of this. They're gonna settle down. Lebron James and his Lakers will be fine. I'd guess that they end up making the playoffs as six to eight seed, and they'll probably be a tough out for whoever catches him in the first round. Because that's just what a LeBron James team is we've seen this before we know what's going to happen. We know the ending of the story. And once all that's done. This team can continue to execute division that they've had all along on how they intend to be built Luke Walton is not. The problem. They're fine. Leave Luke alone. Ninety seconds. I just don't know what magic agreed expect a nine nine and one. And and I don't even put the full blame on Walden shore. The numbers certainly not looking great like I said, but the fact of the matter is such a big microscope on them right now as a team, and the only thing you're really going to do you're not going to pull off some sort of blockbuster trade where you get somebody big this early in the season because teams aren't willing to give up for the most part. Just yet. It's just very weird to me. And it just has that ominous feeling of LeBron tinkering and getting his way, and you know, all of that will first of all now that they got Tyson Chandler. I can't imagine there's going to be any problems any longer. But. It doesn't even matter..
"walton" Discussed on You're Wrong... And Here's Why
"My friend. I have week eleven I am doing pretty good to be honest. Legal haven't coming off an eagles five. I don't know about this week eleven nonsense. You're right. Why do you do this to me? I don't know today. We're going to talk about why Luke Walton will not be the head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers seasons. And we're gonna talk about why trae young as the favorite to win rookie of the year right now. And we're gonna talk about why the chargers will not make the championship game. And we're gonna start things off as we always do with our number one segment. It's still Luke Walton segment today, and I'm definitely not killing time to set the timer. Luke Walton Greg tell me why Luke Walton will not be Los Angeles Lakers head coach at the end of the season. Chris let's let's take a a look at what usually happens in. Coaching situations with LeBron James, and I think you can reference the song of the show. Where we talk about LeBron ruining teams, and we're already on that path here with the Los Angeles Lakers. And we're only ten games into the season. I think their play they played nine games. Maybe maybe eight it doesn't matter. Either way. We already have to have a come to Jesus meeting with Magic Johnson. It's unreal. What LeBron does these teams? And I don't know whether it's the pressure on magic to rebuild a storied franchise signing, the biggest free agent possible that's out there or you know, the overall mediocre start at this team got to. But all the blame is falling on Luke Walton. Of course, it is. It's not the fact that your other biggest free agents are land Stevenson, javale McGee and regime Rondo all have their place in the NBA. But as a unit with LeBron you're expecting this team to all of a sudden become an automatic contender in the west with what you had Kyle coups with what you had in Lonzo ball, and all that blame is getting placed on a guy who made his coaching name filling in for Steve Kerr. With one of the best teams ever created. That's the reason why eventually Luke Walton is gonna find himself a job somewhere else. And it's going to be sooner rather than later. Lebron does this look at his track record Mike Brown run out of Cleveland after failed attempts in the postseason Tai Lue, that's not really on him. But he replaced the guy that LeBron essentially ran out of Cleveland and David Blatt. This just happens with the guys that that start with LeBron. It's a foregone conclusion at this point that Luke Walton already to be on. How could you be eight eight games into a season? And you're already having a conversation about potentially, you know, there's rumors going on their coach is going to be replaced. I mean this hockey timing. That's how head-spinning night is. It's like we just started. How can we do this? That was quiet. So I think I should kick this off by saying that I never liked Luke Walton, I have I've never ever liked Luke Walton. I didn't think he deserves the Lakers job in the first place based on what he did with a Golden State Warriors team that like you mentioned, I medium to high level. Former CYO coach could have won sixty five games with with that said what the hell were the expectations LA that? There's usually talking about firing Walton this early into the season talk about unrealistic talk about ridiculous. I guess that. I should also point out. I absolutely detest. Magic Johnson as general manager official team efficient in the NBA. I just don't think he's good at it to me comes off as smug know, it all who accepts absolutely no responsibility for his own actions for his own decisions. So if I have to pick a side here, I guess I pick Waltons and this is. This whole situation..
"walton" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"When you put together an almost entirely new team, featuring veterans, you haven't played with before young guys that you don't know how they work with your new star. And then Hello every time LeBron James has gone somewhere. New think about how long it's taken for that team to gel. So this seems so premature to me the only explanation I can give is that Magic Johnson is in those practices and sees what they're working on and what strategy or techniques Luke Walton is using and saying I don't like how this is going to make this team better. Well, and that's a great point because I agree with you wholeheartedly that what we're seeing in the roster shuffling to me make sense. And to me, that's what we should be seeing if you're young if you're a young team being put together where you've got all these. Different pieces in you're trying to figure out what gets guys to develop at the right pace. Luke Walton as a coach is doing exactly what I would want. My coach to do. He is looking at. Hey, what combinations maximize everybody the best? And the fact is you're not going to know that from preseason basketball. You're not even gonna know that from practice. You gotta see guys in games to get there. I think the other interesting part though, in L sort of admit that I still this mindset from Stephen Smith. I heard talking about it earlier today is the pace of play is a concern within the organization in the minds of Steven A. And it makes sense. I mean, if you wanna look at one failing to Luke Walton as a coach for this team is is he slowing that pace of play down to maximize LeBron later in the season. He isn't. So when pace a play is an issue if it's an issue, and when you're talking about a group that is not getting back and playing defensively at all those are where the questions come. Now, Luke Walton was asked obviously as we would all expect about his job security. This is what he had to say. I feel like I have a great relationship management. Do you feel like you? Have job security. I feel like down here to job and coach. I don't I don't feel like I'm going into. Do you feel like the message got through the players might be little bit of a rollercoaster failed losing streaks that we talked about them before season even started. So. You know, here's the first one. Let's handle it as a as a group not give it life and keep working on where we need to work, and we came out today, and they had a great practice players were engaged involved talking to each other about you know, what needs to be done as well. As the coaches with is the type of environment that type of culture we want? So. We're a good place. Sara to hear him talking about the expectation of being able to focus through these things talks about one of the unique challenges that that is going to exist for the Lakers all year long Spain and Fitz on ESPN radio. Sarahspain Jason Fitz. If you're Luke Walton, you're not coaching like any other coach right now because you're not coaching like any other situation the eyeballs that are always on the Lakers one thing. But when you add to that the eyeballs that come with LeBron and the expectation that Lakers fans have it's one thing in my mind to say, okay, we'll fans have expectations. Who cares? They don't worry about the the basketball minds. Don't worry about that to here magic having these expectations already though. That's when you do have to start worrying about the other part of this the overused word and all sports distraction because it feels like it will become one. Well, and here's the thing. That's what a tough situation to be in. Because if you're holding out for what we all believe is going to happen, which is likely probably Anthony Davis to the Lakers were at the very least huge peak. Name free agent added to this. This is not the final roster that the. Acres are sending out there believing that they can compete with the worst. So if you know that your timetable requires you to wait until next season or maybe the trade deadline of this season..
"walton" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Episode of undisputed handpicked with the best segments and discussions, skip, Shannon. Let's go. LeBron and the new look Lakers had their first official practice yesterday, Luke Walton addressed the team. I non LeBron which is a big deal since LeBron address the Cavs in their first practice. Back in two thousand fourteen not head coached, Blat all said, quote, it was a physical practice, but we challenge them mentally to while abroad added quote, Luke and the coaching staff had a great first practice Shannon will the unity between the Celeste, yes, but it will be some growing pains. I mean, with any relationship, there's going to be arguments they're going to be disagreements. But I think LeBron has the utmost respect for coaches that have actually played the game. He had a very profound respect for Paul Silas big, Paul played tight t Lou t Lou play. Luke Walton plate. It has things give Luke. Walton won championships. He battled tested. He's been in game seven NBA finals. He's been in game seven, the Western Conference finals. So he's going to LeBron's going to have. A healthy level of respect for it, but they're going to be time. They're going to be a disagreement that happens with any relationship. Anybody that tells you, they've been in a relationship and there wasn't a disagreement they're lying or that wasn't a healthy relationship because somebody just agree with everything. The other saying that's not gonna last very long. Well, you to agreement and disagreement yesterday. Everything says, but now everything. Go ahead. The give that LeBron is very tough in great players are tough to coat because they only really see things from their lands from there is remember. He mentioned having kids has taught me patience. Yeah. So in magic, Larry Bird is like, why can't you guys get it? It? Do you gotta pantheon Grayton there are few and far between of you guys. And so the other guy, that's why normally guys that didn't play or that will marginal players make the best coaches because they get an opportunity to see things from a whole different a prism. Then the pantheon player magic, Larry Bird so skip. I believe this relationship will will progress in a very positive direction, but there will be some, you know, some some bumps in the road reme- play a gay kubiak in Denver, with my offense coordinator. He played the lead Matt cabinet with my office coordinator. He played Lee and the thing for me skipping. That sometimes I could always go to him and they say shop. Cool, eight, four eighty four. Just play football. I'm going to trust your decision. He said, because. In sometimes they would ask me to say, well, why did you do it like that? I say because that x. on the board that you drew when I was all he didn't stay there like you do it, he moved. So I played football, so they trust me. So at the end of the day, I'm sure they're going to be some head buddy, but Luke Walton going trust, Ron, Ron, going trust loop. Don't get it done really within the next reunion and within the next three years..
"walton" Discussed on The Jump
"Are turned on wang's wing let's talk about lebron luke walton meeting for the first time this past weekend not meeting for the first time ever they were drafted together they have played against each other luke actually played in cleveland not lebron was there but anyway you get the point this is the first time they have met since james committed to the lakers they have texted leading up to that but when asked about the meeting won't told ramona shelburne quote he's about the team he's about doing things the right way he's about winning i can work with those qualities so i just wanna know what you would expect from luke walton lebron james partnership first of all typically players when they're going to play for a new coach they will consult people that they trust that they know who've been with coach lebron i imagine there's been a phone call with draymond green greasing what do you think a loop and we know that dream is probably best basketball ever came when luke walton was coaching because luke is not a taskmaster lucas very laid back very chill and will allow you to do you while at the same time he has a plight basketball money i think there's some that we all talk about this bill cool and he knows his stuff and so if you're lebron james i think that's kinda gotta be music to his ears right this is a guy who knows his stuff but at the same time is comfortable enough seating control and power to players you know his stars basically i i don't really think this is a big deal because i think they were always gonna talk at some point and lebron nosy that luke's played in the league he's talked to plenty of guys i'm sure who have been through that run signed off on going back to cleveland with david blatt i mean he'll find some way to make things exactly control the exactly and the and the key here is that lebron knows what it takes to win and luke in his own way knows what it takes to win and i would think that both guys will find a middle ground especially to start off that they had a meeting i mean i think everybody expected it but i do think is significant about it is only this is that steve kerr went made a big deal when he first was the worst coach to individually meet with players over the summer i believe he flew overseas at one point to do that with the idea of hey before we get in the training camp environment before we're all together let's you and me form the building blocks of our personal relationship so you know my doors open that we can always talk to each other i know luke has done that and sort of learned that from watching steve and in talking to myself at summer league i know that was important to him to have those building blocks with lebron also with john rondo with some javale mcgee with some of the other guys who you know the other guys who've come in so i think that wasn't important step for that it's not like oh my god they spoke of course they spoke there gonna work together but but i think maybe if the does work out better than the david let scenario one of the reasons might be that lucas careful about building these kinds of relationships didn't meet with lebron for the longest you remember when i got there but the other thing also is if they're going to have a basketball philosophy of plane philosophy nice that we can get a head start in july what are we thinking what kind of solid we're trying to do what how do you want to be used to that luke and.
"walton" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Say espn eight eight eight seven two nine three seven seven six so this is a weird at least i find it luke walton is going to speak with tyler on all that goes into coaching lebron james and maybe some tips and ideas of how you can sensibly successfully get away with that that's strange isn't it why wh what don't you think it would be almost ignorance for him not to do so i mean this isn't a situation i get your like you know is my new girl talking to my old girl this is not the same deal man this is not the same hey we don't need to air dirty laundry i'm lou why why am i why am i concerned about luke walton or lebron james he just said no to me he moved on from i now become head coach of a team i probably haven't been head coach for very long time why am i getting involved in this conversation because tyler was a good guy tyler who it's in his dna he's one of my one of my favorites he took care of me as a young guy i in the college ranks at my career in two times as a coach in the nba in the one thing i know about tie lou is he's a man of integrity in the basketball game and the xs and os they mean something but he's a guy who off the court is always going to do the right things and he's always going to be honest and he was thrust into a situation in there's as much positive as we want to say about coaching the greatest player of all time and lebron james there's a lot that falls on your shoulder because guess what when you don't win your fault you don't make heaven your fault and luke walton lou you are about to be in danger by man because if they don't work out guess what lebron going nowhere next four years is going to be you brother so he's going to need every he's going to have his pencil and pad his notebook out if you can't motivate a guy you got amy i mean dave literally he's got a motivated guy who's done everything it's almost like father's day what do we get you for father's day but we gotta do you but you don't need to motivate him i don't think you need to he's he has that some guys have it other guys don't he has it he's always motivated have you seen the bronze defense last season i know he played eighty two with it and i it was calculated but have you seen his defense last season did you see the frustration that set in guess what brother everybody needs votive ation we in the nba and we're not even gonna talk about the play offs we're not even gonna i'm not gonna get all i'm not even gonna give it all so you in the nba you're there so much that if you don't have consistent inspiration and not just your own mental toughness but guys around you that spur you on and talk you up and help remember the little things that just lets you know sometimes some people's got to let you know to be great you will fail and just like anything all week long dave i'm going to be reminding you of how great you are brother everybody needs it you so yes i will your for them when it comes to tie lou and when it comes to lebron when it comes to luke walton luke walton the best thing he can do is let lebron know how great he is let's very positive reinforcement is that is that what i'm gonna get all week you're going to get a lot of well you are going to get reinforcement it will be positive won't be all negative i think a lot of that pins on you you know you may get some tough love in between there you know hey my man comes back out with a towel on.
"walton" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"And they all have a history of some baggage but then also a history of being reclamation project and with all that you have luke walton kind of handle it you know all these different personalities how does that work out i mean the lakers covering up it was never dull because you know whether they're playing basketball or they're competing for ping pong balls there's always that element of a soap opera and i think here because of the expectations because lebron and everything underneath that it just feels like this soap opera it's going to be the best thing on television and in real time basically for the next year margarita here on the show mark what has to to be clustered in los angeles from your mind from your mind for this lakers team to have a chance in terms of like what attainable players coil leonard obviously part of this discussion but you you throw in who anyone else you want who has to come to l a this season for the lakers to even have a fighting chance against the warriors in a seven game series you mean this sure frankly i don't see it like there's nothing that the war la lakers could do that one of the favorites over the warriors that's that's the lakers this just at the warriors talent i was being totally accurate hits over no one can beat this team yeah no one can beat this team now here's the thing the lakers could maybe in a few years as they get caught nudity another star with lebron james i think the interesting thing with the lakers now is they have some they obviously have tap flexibility where they could either get leonard industry right now or if push comes to shove and the spurs are being holed into that they can still do some damage lead into the trade deadline next season now the thing that's really it's hard to say if it's a negative yet but the thing that really strikes me as after they got lebron james they did get a lot of these one ear guys and you want that recap flexibility but i'm just really struck by the fact that they allowed julius randle to walk like that i know that i'm with you i know that he was upset and i know that last year it was kind of up and down of how he handled that but just because a player's upset and apps so renounced the rights you don't have to listen to them kobe bryant was upset with the wedding curse in two thousand seven demand a trade and the lakers there necessarily obviously kobe is in a much different stratosphere choices as a player by choice was a guy that i felt like you know figured it out last season where you could see he is heading in the right direction i think the first three seasons with the lakers there's kind of this push cool where you won't want that you would see him as bruising playmaker reminds you draymond green that other day kinda born china shop where he would be reckless tibet turnovers got a lot of fouls just be frustrated i think last year he was able to figure that out and he was in much better shape and so to kind of just allow a guy that you kareem for three years just to leave like that i don't think that's good for the long term i mean you're looking at the warriors right now they got to where they were because they grouped it invested the young guys they have and so that's where they already lost julius and i think it's gonna play out but when we're talking about these trades where they draw the line where okay cool why leonard is a game changer and maybe some other starter cambridge centers but at some point you don't want to sell the farm to do that you want to you know help you know guys like brandon ingram and kyle about lonzo ball and i don't wanna say they're good enough to say they're all talk show but when you put them collectively at some point that deal might not be as good as you know the other scenario take an attack or pay let's just a.
"walton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"To figure out who those guys are you think luke walton sticks around for this because obviously with a broad in town of changes a lot of a lot of things but at the same time i don't think luke walton is the type of guy that wants to be a tie lou type coach spoelstra it just kind of had lebron i'm not sure because you know what brian there have been times to the coaches have changed during his tenure but i could see luke it seems like he's connected pretty well with the young guys on this team that lebron is willing to kind of go with the flow walton is is certainly in the kind of the kerr mold in terms of trying to keep personalities and rhythm and and all that so i i'm not i'm not called predicting coach survival rates is not necessarily my forte but i could see it going either direction but really you know you can think of this lebron's team at this point so whether it's kind of walton gets with the program or not is really going to be the question there finally daily daily i do i do appreciate your tennis evening what are you when you talk about lebron james what what is his path now what what is his reasoning to be sticking around the nba is is it just to get the lakers back on top and accomplish that i mean what what accolades is he looking for here even have anything more to prove i'm sure it'll be great for his legacy if you wanna title there them now that you know it's hard to say that right now we'll see where the league looks i don't think they're going to win it this year beyond that but the it's you know love the game you still an amazing player or in the first three rounds of the plastics year he was putting up one of the best player performances we've ever seen so he can do whatever version of that he's good with and produce these moments maybe helped cultivate another generation of fans in la not that they have any problem generating fans and have a good time i mean i think that he's i think he's kind of setting up the next stage of his life while still being a really really good i mean right now what are we waiting for where co lands that's the next big story right in the nba off season it might be but i mean the dynamics here are really interesting because the lakers have kept the positioning up that they don't have to trade from this year to get quiet leonard longterm big clear space easily next summer so you know maybe a team is emboldened by what happened with paul george and says hey if we trade for quiet we can get him back and maybe that brings the lakers back into the picture because you know they would want him to go to the sixers or something like that where maybe he resigned but we might not see quite a winter traded at all we might not see him traded until december january once he proves these healthy danny thank you so much for joining me this evening it's great to talk to you absolutely thanks for our meal right from the athletic danny larue hopping on talking about the warriors get demarcus cousins nba off season eight away came number let's continue this discussion coming.
"walton" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Waltons you know the walmart walton family he was attacking the waltons and he said he tweeted this this is what he tweeted yesterday afternoon quote meanwhile the walton family walmart has a net worth of one hundred and forty four billion dollars this is what a rigged economy looks like how in the world do they rig and economy i mean is it possible maybe perhaps that they created a business that filled a need and they worked hard and they create and and they built it up and they added employees and they made it to where it was valued at one hundred forty four billion and they wouldn't it wasn't the smarter approach be to ask why everyone else's due to the choices of people like bernie sanders why everybody else's wages are stagnant and why you know ask that question it's rigged it's way because people worked hard and they were able to make something of themselves that means it's a rigs system cash this man's ignorance is petrifying it really is it it just yeah let's go ahead and kick it into some quick five shall he's after the hour time for during those quickfire fog twitchy had an interesting headlines the hillary clinton is finally going to wisconsin guys i mean it's a little bit to lay but she's finally it's in november she's when at the beginning of november to wisconsin she's visiting milwaukee and the milwaukee journal sentinel or had sent a reporter to cover it and he bought a ticket and i'm looking at us you don't wanna know how much is ticket was for and these are for the least expensive seats when a were you want to submit a guess came least expensive seats for the hillary clinton live tour she's got to make it accessible to the average person right so yes from like seventy five bucks around no no the full including fees is one hundred sixty two dollars at some point you just made enough money prey isn't that how that works via worry moore's democrat opponent down there in alabama he had a real hot take he is a firm believer in being pro laugh after a baby is more yeah he seems like he is a real interesting dude and this.