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"william mahone" Discussed on Transition Virginia

Transition Virginia

09:19 min | 3 months ago

"william mahone" Discussed on Transition Virginia

"I mean, just UN's face the coalition itself was Biracial, but it's worth pointing out for the modern listener that they were not in favor of desegregating anything right so To, Doctor Levin good talk about this nuanced from our perspective. It's nuance racial element to this where they're a biracial coalition that actually was not for integration. I I. Don't. I. Don't know on the on the African American side, what the what the feeling was along these regards but only for white readjustments, this was you know black public schools in white public schools. blacking I mean Virginia. You mentioned Virginia State is founded. That's very deliberately at a normal school, a school to create black teachers who can teach in black school So this is not a moment of. You know coming together racially it's I. think it is more a recognition that there are shared interests of the poor and working classes of both races that need to be met that need to be satisfied, and now it was not an turning of that of that order of the races and remember you know this is not an enlightened period racially outside of Virginia I mean this is. Sometimes, it's easy easy to forget that the civil war. Did Not Create you know an instant sort of racial utopia anywhere in the United States it it settled the question of slavery, but it did not settle the question of equality even with the reconstruction acts clearly. So that's you know it it probably is not shouldn't surprise us that someone like William Mahone who was a slave owner before this war fight for the confederacy does not then become the figurehead of a party that is looking to overturn the racial order but is reflecting the reality that there is a block of black political power now and pent-up black desire for. Various services to be rendered by the government that needs to be acknowledged needs to be met, and it is a wing of this coalition who has the power in political clout to demand this of their white partners. and. Also one thing to add their to to kind of even nuances even more. If you look at Mahone himself, he campaigned against the only black Republican running for Congress in Virginia during this time period, and so there was kind of and we'll talk about this when we get to the downfall among the white readjusts tres, how far they were willing. To go it is very limited I think you even arguably at the time, but definitely by modern day comparisons and so I think that's important to note as well. Another aspect of this is that it is by many accounts the first political machine in Virginia which I know probably people have various perspectives on whether or not. It was machine Doctor Levin. Good. Mahone lead a political machine perhaps even you could say Virginia's first political machine. Well Certainly Mahone, recognized. the power of patronage and recognize that there's an awful lot of ground to be made as the leader of this party in the political patrons that he can go out of that leader. I mean I I guess I mean I mean. One, man's machine is another man's. System right I I. I don't know whether I would describe the readjustment machine. As the first machine in Virginia politics certainly, political patronage played a part in. Virginia politics going back to the colonial period. I it. It's doling out favours going out positions and sinecures has always gone on I think Mahone might have been a little more blatant about it. In some ways you know Mahone is in some ways he's a classic newsouth figure in that. If you if you study that period, you know he's a guy certainly on the come I mean he's all about. He's all about money. He's all about. Showing his own money and showing his power. He's not he's not doing it. Subtly you nothing there's nothing really subtle about him. So maybe in some ways, it's the first sort of evident machine or the first machine that doesn't try to in any way math what it's doing and as a precursor to the the Democratic Machine of of the twentieth century. So I guess in a way, it's the first machine, but I wouldn't. I wouldn't push that too far because it's kind of a the logical evolution I think of what of what had taken place but I would say that I don't I don't think it is because I think when you talk about political machines, people talk about entrenching their own power and while he did engage in behaviors that we would associate with a machine you know patronage in correspondence and all these other things did they're out of power so quickly, I actually think if you WanNa talk about the first machine, it's actually his railroad rival. John Barbara who who, kind of helps defeat the readjusting and creates the the kind of modern day. Well, the re constance, the Democratic Party and creates the machine that will lead to the bird machine. Barber campaign managers guy named Thomas Staples Martin who created the Martin machine that of course was by any standards. But you know just because they only held power for a brief period of time doesn't mean it wasn't a machine. It just wasn't a very successful machine at having longevity and part of that. Is something that starts leading toward their downfall, which is there central organizing principle? Was this thing about the debt where they're in disagreement with the other party because the party wants to pay off the debt at the expense of public education and so they campaign on readjusting the debt and not paying it off at the expense of public education? Well, guess what the other party says you don't let your right we shouldn't do that doctor. Levin. Good. The other side essentially folds says you're right right And and they do repudiate the debt by about a third. They reduced the interest rate by half. So they really do succeed in this and I think the Democrats. or their their opponents I think once this passes I think then the pretense of well, this is about honor and all this kind of stuff kind of can fade away and they recognize that this is actually freed whoever follows the readjusts free them up to. Do. A number of different things that they wouldn't have been able to do if they've been fully funding that debt, the way they had claimed they wanted to So yeah, I mean th they managed they managed to do it and I, think it's one of those things ca you know be careful what you what you wish for because I think they did create an environment for themselves where their reason for existing started to wane a little bit I mean when you're sort of almost a one issue for one primary issue party and that issue goes away to a degree then you know it is it is. Probably the best thing for your for your future success. If you can't redefine yourself, it's funny. The mention that because I'm thinking about the Brexit Party. So once brexit happens what uses the BREXIT party anymore. Yeah and one thing that's fascinating I did want to make sure that your listeners ended up realizing too is there's a little funny side piece of the debt, which is when all of this debt is incurred Virginia before the war included West Virginia the West Virginia breaks away during the course of the civil war and there's a long and contentious fight between Virginia and West Virginia as to what portion of that debt West Virginia should. Really. Be Responsible for because were railroads and canals West Virginia that were funded by this and so it actually I don't think it's till Nineteen fifteen or something that it's finally established what dollar amount West Virginia owes toward retiring this debt, which is just kind of a little side note that I thought. It just fascinated me at the time to think that you know they had to take it to the Supreme Court to finally figure this all out. So, delegate Van Valkenburgh, can you put all of these reforms in the context of what's happening nationally and the reason I asked that is because now just like then Virginia's politics often parallels national politics and a lot of ways. So what's going on during this time? Well I mean you're seeing the end of reconstruction you see the north, the northern population losing its will to. Its involvement in the south you see. An economic panic in the mid eighteen seventies that causes kind of a change in priorities. So you're seeing the Republican, party, that goes from the Party of Lincoln, kind of into the party of big business, and so the south is slowly getting its autonomy back in you're getting Kinda slow drip drip that will lead to Jim..

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"william mahone" Discussed on Transition Virginia

Transition Virginia

07:15 min | 3 months ago

"william mahone" Discussed on Transition Virginia

"There this little weird interim period between reconstruction and you know the reemergence of the Democratic Party and the the you know essentially the the machine democratic politics that dominate Virginia from then you know the eighteen ninety s until the nineteen. Well apparently to the civil rights movement, and probably you could argue at least until the eighties. So it really is whether it is conscious and deliberate or not the readjust just vanish. No I mean that's that's a really interesting point. In fact, that's one of the reasons I wanted to do this podcast is because everything that we're about to talk about actually challenges the narrative that have in their head about how what happened in the eighteen hundreds you know like. I think in the popular mind it's okay. The civil war happened the confederacy was vanquished but almost immediately white supremacist to power and started you know a government and so they just sort of skip over this brief but radical period of time when black people had power and held political office and were part of a coalition that did incredibly progressive things and got rid of the tax and did criminal justice reform it had mental health reform reactor education. and. I mean there's all this. So it's really it challenges the narrative that people have in their head because it just doesn't make sense with what people think that they know about history. So doctor, Levin? Good. Let's talk about language a little bit. So I think a lot of our listeners are going to say readjusted what the heck is a readjustment and then Bourbon. Made this at the script at the top of the show made this joke about Bourbon like what explained to us the playing field in eighteen seventy nine what is a bourbon and what exactly is a rid or what do they want to readjust While the readjusting are taking their name from their attitude toward Virginia's public debt, and this notion that they thought that the debt that they were saddled with was gonNA cripple the state, make it unable to fulfill its promises about public education and all sorts of other things and so there You know there's sort of reason they're proximate reason for being is to readjust that debt to repudiate part of it to adjust the interest rate downwards. Let me ask a question about that. So the debt is huge. This is pre war debt and war dead and so what was The debate like if you want if you supported paying off the debt who were you and why what was your motivation if you did not want to support paying off the debt? Who what kind of group were you associated with them? What was the motivation they're sort of what's the debate about paying off the debt versus not paying off the debt? Yeah. I. Think over I mean maybe overly simplistically but those who wanted to the funders as they called themselves they wanted to fully fund the debt were more the business class, the affluent the the the wealthy elite. Bargains the verbs which comes from the Libor Bowl, the European royal elite of sort of idea of of what the Bourbon, not not the not the whiskey variety comes from. So that's Kinda that that class of people the readjusting as as Schuyler just mentioned, were you know this kind of coalition of poor and working class whites and blacks You know it's a some others thrown in like William Mahone who will talk about? I'm sure was a strange character in quite quite interesting. and. And so this notion that what they what they wanted to be able to do was fulfilled the promise of. All the things you mentioned, public education You know higher education, all of these things that were to benefit. A wider range of Virginians and if you're pay more than half of your your in your state budget every year paying more than half toward this interest it was you're not going to allow you to do that. So he's going to continue to benefit the the funders. You know. They really had a couple of motivation for people who wanted to pay the debt in full. You know one they kept talking about a matter of honor its honor to pay the debt, we need to fulfil our state honor. which you know it sounds good I think. But let's also face fact they were also worried that if the debt was repudiated, it would make Virginia kind of a pariah among moneyed interests who might invest in Virginia again. So there was worry that if he repudiated the debt, you drive investment away. And I think that that those two things both the honor of paying that debt in some ways and the the business ramifications we're driving, we're driving them. and I would also add in there too that you have to remember that in Virginia and in much of the south. This kind of concept that the everyday person should be able to vote or the everyday person should have access to education. Was not kind of baked into the populace the funders you know when you look back to the eighteen, seventy eight veto message governor holiday he's a, he's basically saying look we have education for the people who need it and they can go and get it. We don't need to fund education for All these folks and so it's not just. funding the debt although it certainly I think is the is the main thing but there is also just an inherent belief that everyday people shouldn't have a say in elections in don't need public education and that that that lineage goes back to the founding fathers in and the kind of folks who were arguing in this kind of classical Republican philosophy that it was the free. Holders and the people who had leisure time who could get an education and in represent the kind of common good whether that's the common good of Virginia or the common good of the United States, and of course, that's butting up against the reality of Jacksonian. America it's butting up against the reality of the reconstruction amendments and it's kind of you've got these two worlds and I. Quote from one of the one of the African. American. Men who came to the convention that Mahone called to create a new party the readjusting. And he says, you know it's this freed slave he he's from new and he says as to the debt, we don't WANNA pay a cent of it. We think we paid our share of it by our long years of servitude. You'd think it kind of that argument and you think that language of and it's it's it's it's true when it's fascinating horrifying though I have a question. How does a biracial political coalition? Actually a whole political party in Virginia, which is spires to break the wealth and power of privilege. Come to be led by a former confederate general. Yeah that's a great. That's a great question Here's where maybe a opportunity to talk about William Mahone. Who you know really becomes the figurehead of the party he he's. He as you mentioned I mean he is a A. Say. Confederate, general. He's actually involved in one of the more horrific events. perpetrated by the confederacy in.

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"william mahone" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

05:48 min | 6 months ago

"william mahone" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Book, One of the odds from Crack Addict CEO, You're Gonna Get free shipping on a $25 gift card. Just go to my pillow dot com in the promo Code, Larry or Call 808 9 18 43 again. Make sure to use from a cold, very sound like a gentleman. It's probably not very happy that the mayor of Ella's gonna take some $150 million in the police. Ah, and combined that with another $100 million for 1/4 of a $1,000,000,000 in youth programs for blacks. Sounds like the gentleman probably feels that the money should be spent to. Ah, provide greater police protection in south central as too I don't see when South into what is it? You want me to do? You? Maybe just kind of just dropped by south Central and wave to people. What is it? What you need to hand out Master hookers? I have property in south Central, the home where I grew up. Still, there still visit there. The South Central all the time with my mom and dad were there and every now and then I drive by and I'd see somebody who'd recognize me. What are you doing here? I would say. What are you doing here? I've been here before you are you actually some of your papers and they start laughing. I'm afraid to go to where I was born and raised. But you don't live in south Central. Really? And Frank Sinatra didn't live in Hoboken grow up. Now. Yesterday we were talking about The various people we like. Who if we apply the zero tolerance Cancel culture standard that people are applying today. Then Ah, a lot of people would be Canceled. The John Wayne Airport. Is in Orange County. And there is a move now to rename the airport because of an interview that John Wayne gave in 1971. I think it was in Playboy magazine, where he said some things that were deemed to be racially insensitive. I told you yesterday that Morley the King used to have AH advice column. Ebony magazine. And some closeted gay young man wrote. And ask for advice. And Amy Okay, gave him the kind of advice that people gave gay people advice in 19 fifties, which was Well, you know, you recognize you have a problem. Pray, pray, pray and find a really good psychiatrists and consult a psychiatrist and see what you can do about rectifying the situation. Now that kind of advice would be deemed to be homophobic today. You want to hold him okay to that standard. Bobby Kennedy. Bobby Kennedy was the G for his brother. And to my knowledge, Bobby Kennedy had never served one day at a law firm. But anyway, he was Theeighty. Can you imagine that? Imagine if Donald Trump made his brother the age nine states anyway? So Bobby Kennedy was a G And he is beloved the song by Dionne. Anybody see my old friend Abraham Martin and John. He works in Bobby a little bit in the song. Well, he approved J. Edgar Hoover's request to wiretapping me, okay? Harry Truman. Respected by both Republicans and Democrats. In a letter he wrote to a friend referred to Jews with the K word and called New York K Town. Something that Jesse Jackson did years later and apologize for And Harry Truman was instrumental in the Recognition of the modern state of Israel. Now. I also talked to you about some of these Confederate generals. The statues are being taken down. One of them. General William Mahone was one of Robert E. Lee's Best commanders he owned slaves before the Civil War. But after the war He led an interracial political movement. Was called the Readjusted party. He became a leader, and it was the most successful interracial political alliance in the post Emancipation South. He was elected to Senate 18 81. At the time, the Senate was split 37 37 between Republicans and Democrats, but he aligned with Republicans. The party that was founded two decades earlier by northerners trying to stop slavery. And for a period time his readjusted party dominated Virginia. With the governor in the state House to re adjusters in the Senate and readjusted replicating six days. 10 congressional district again. This is the party off interracial political alliance. He also the party. The re gestures in Virginia also establish what became Virginia State University, the first state supported college to train black teachers. Democrats hated the re adjusters. And hated the Republicans and call them Advocates of black domination into quote. Then there's Lieutenant General James Longstreet, again. Another one of Lee's favorite generals. He became a Republican after the war, served in Republican administrations and fought a battle against the racist White League in New Orleans. He urged Southerners to support Republican Party endorsed their candidate. Ulysses S. Grant for president, 1968. Speaking of Grant, he also has has been cancelled. He owned a slave before the civil War. And, of course, was a successful commander to lead the union to victory. Became president became a Head of the NRA, which was one of his purpose was to train people, including black people, how to defend themselves. I won't tell you about another. Southern Confederate general named Patrick Claiborne. Rose to the rank of major general. Then his career stalled..

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"william mahone" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:34 min | 6 months ago

"william mahone" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"So if there is a statue for George Wallace, do we take it down? Do we leave it up? I'm not sure how many things are named after him of any in Alabama. But History's complicated There's a Confederate general named William Mahone. He was one of General Lee's most able commanders. He owned slaves before the Civil War. But after the war Became a leader of what was called the re adjust her party. It was an interracial political alliance in the post Emancipation South. In 18 81 Mahone was elected to Senate At the time, he will split 37 37 between Republicans and Democrats, but he aligned with Republicans. A party that we found in two decades earlier by northerners. Who wanted to stop the expansion of slavery. From 18 79 to 18 83. His readjusted party dominated Virginia. With the governor to re adjusters in the Senate readjusted, representing six of the 10 districts. Re gestures establish what became the Virginia State University that was the first state supported college to train black teachers. Democrats hated them. Referred to them as advocates of black domination into quote. History's complicated.

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"william mahone" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

04:24 min | 7 months ago

"william mahone" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Some great information and photos from there I called down to the DWP. They gave me a little information. They. Let me come look at their microfiche. It was great. An article on. There's a website called. Failure magazine and I think it's just failures just yet. There's a Web. There's a page about the a book called Flood Pack. The deadliest man made disaster of Twentieth Century America, and the making of modern Los Angeles. fucking manned. That's by John Wilkinson. and then did you know there's a song by frank black from two thousand and one called Saint Francis Disaster. And there's US like unofficial music videos, a video from the disaster and photos from the disaster Jesus. Yeah okay, so saint. Francis. Dam Disaster is is known as the worst American Civil Engineering Disaster Of the twentieth century, and it's kind of compared to the triangle shirt factory fire in that it kind of led to this movement of safety legislation. Because so many people lost their lives so before we can get into the collapse of the actual dam. We kind of need to go over some history. And that is California's water wars, and that will give us some context, but the end of the eighteen hundreds Los Angeles was still a relatively small settlement, and it got its water from the La River via a system of reservoirs, and these open ditches made that were made there called Amazon has and. That had been used since the lowest public. Doris built them in seventeen eighty one. But by the early nineteen hundreds, there's a huge population boom in Los. Angeles, and over half a million residents are now living in La and the city's growing, so does the need for water, but it's we're in a desert. So this bunch of drought, city planners wanted Los Angeles become a major American metropolis like these people who had money in. An stake in the city growing. And, but that can only be achieved if there is water you know. Yeah so creed bright. Like you said and greed. Yes and greed greed a big part of it. Yes, I need to make that point grade water. Whitmore does one want. So the Dude Fred Eaton, he's the mayor now, and he used to be the superintendent of the Los Angeles Water Company and so he fucking knocks on the door of the new superintendent of the water, company and that in he's like. Let's build an aqueduct like that's how we get water, the city and that new. Superintendent is William Mulholland. Him Yeah. You have so mulholland drive. Everyone knows so let me do a quick sidebar and William Mojo and he's got this fancy story fucking life so William Mahone is he's born in Belfast Ie. And in eighteen, fifty five, he's born into a family of modest means. Any leaves home at fifteen with his brother, and they go to America and he ends up in L...

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"william mahone" Discussed on American History Tellers

American History Tellers

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"william mahone" Discussed on American History Tellers

"He brought his sons to a long caterpillar of headlines. Stretch down the highway. If anyone the city aqueduct guards were to see this. They've definitely sound the alarm. But that's the point. Your father talks without taking his eyes off the road. Now when we get there I want what she poises. Stand the car but you almost laugh. There's no chance you're staying. Karn your rifle is in the trunk right along side. Your Father Shotgun. You all came armed. The convoy finally arrives at the Alabama Gate Spillway with light just beginning to form on the horizon. You can see the bridge. On the Small Triangle Roof Gate Gate House that sits straddle across it. If you butterflies in your stomach but you push them down. This is about maintaining a hold on your community. It's about at life and death. The city has always taken what I wanted. But now you're going to take it back as your father exits the car and grabs his shotgun from the trunk voices erupt in the the distance. Where you are what you down? We just want the water. But you're focused on your father standing with his shotgun. I'M GONNA go in with mark you all stay here. It shouldn't take long to get the gate wheels. Turn the guards. No we outnumber them so. Don't do anything stupid okay. We're not here to hurt anyone understand non if you understand me. Your father joins Mr Watterson. They set off towards the House with a triangle roof. Pair of lights are blinking inside inside. But it's hard to tell what's going on in the distance you grip your rifle tied to your chest glance at the men around you. No one is speaking. Your job is to stand I ant here and wait I the water will come then. The men from the city will come. That's all part of the plan. But what if the plan goes wrong at dawn. On Sunday November Sixteenth Mark Watterson led a caravan of cars to Alabama Gate. Spillway along the aqueduct. Line line in the past. When the aqueduct flow was running to hi- the gates were used to drain the excess water into the Desert Valley but now waterson? His Caravan sees the gate house us and turned the five huge wheel. Sending thousands of gallons of water destined for Los Angeles spilling down the hill washing uselessly into the desert. When this has been done done the men stayed setting up armed guards along the perimeter the La Aqueduct have been seized by the citizens of Inyo County? If the city wanted their water back they would have to come come and take it in disbelief and rage. Mulholland sent armed guards from Los Angeles North immediately to retake the gate house but when the guards arrived they they found seen very different from what they expected. Several hundred Owens Valley residents including women and children had gathered around the gate house. They were singing songs and cooking. Food food local law enforcement through their hands worn for arrests were simply tossed into the river. The county sheriff openly declared his support for the blockade dumbfounded the Los Angeles guards retreated wondering what they were supposed to do. They couldn't murder hundreds of women and children so for four days. The seizure of the Los Angeles aqueduct blossomed listened into a giant campsite. The entire Owens valley rally behind the action nearby ranchers offered cattle for barbecues Western film star. Tom Mix who was filming. Nearby halted all work onset brought his crew in Mariuchi banned in Bishop someone painted a billboard that read. If I am not on the job you can find finding the aqueduct. All throughout the celebrations. Not a drop of water was headed south to Los Angeles back in the city disgusted. William Mahone saw that even the Los Angeles Times had sympathy for the blockaders writing. These farmers are not anarchists or bomb throwers growers. But in the main honest hard working American citizens they put themselves hopelessly in the wrong by taking the law into their own hands but there is still a measure of justice on their side. Well mark led the standoff at the Alabama Gate. His brother Wilfred traveled to Los Angeles to meet with a group of city. Bankers negotiating on behalf of the Owens Valley or Gatien Asian District Wilford asked for nine million dollars in exchange for collective land and water rights. Along with the money the valley would be developed to make it more attractive to tourism mm-hmm. The bankers were excited about the prospects in a telegram to his brother. An enthusiastic wilford wrote if the object of the crowd at the spillway to bring their wrongs to the attention of the citizens of Los Angeles. They have done so one hundred percent so after four days the standoff at the gates came to a peaceful resolution Wilfred Fred boarded a train home. The bankers known as the Joint Clearinghouse Association had accepted Wolford's terms of sale when he was in Los Angeles but by the time he arrived and bishop they'd changed their mind. The Joint Clearinghouse Association abruptly announced that nine million dollars was too much to pay at the present time. No other explanation was offered. Wilfrid was devastated. He had put his best foot forward for his community and been let down. He felt that was the last chance for meaningful compromise. Despite the failure the Owens River valley community remained resolute in their opposition to the city of Los Angeles for the next three years city agents continued to buy more land while farmers and ranchers took matters and explosives into their own hands and the spring of nineteen twenty twenty seven the remaining members of the Owens Valley Irrigation Association pool their money and bought an ad in the Los Angeles Times. It read we the farming communities of Owens Valley being about to die salute you but it was not a capitulation. It was a battle cry a month after the ad appeared. One of the largest Just steel siphons along the aqueduct line was blown up the very next night. Another explosion ripped out sixty more feet of pipe. Los Angeles responded by deploying private the detectives to the Bali armed with winchesters. Tommy guns orders that they could shoot to kill anyone loitering near the aqueduct but more dynamiting sprees followed fourteen fourteen explosions and just two months by the middle of June. A train of one hundred aren't Los Angeles Reserve.

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"william mahone" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

13:52 min | 1 year ago

"william mahone" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I you would you for the next now our in fifty six minutes it will fly right by I will do so with your help I get the telephone lines open I want to hear about how your team data how you perceived your team did here in a week four in the National Football League I here's the first stat I want to throw at you today and we're going to break down all bunch of games and some were pretty darn exciting when I came in to join act two hours ago to wrap up but on football with them I said damn that Kansas city Detroit game was phenomenal today that's the best game of the day. and then we had this wild one between the box in the rams and arrange to get the ball back in actually driving it down by aids in the fourth corner and yard dockets blind sided constant up and down we can still add to gold my friend Chris Berman rumbling bumbling stumbling in from thirty seven yards out against his former team to put that one away and then on top of that. the Denver Broncos with Joe Flacco who has had an exactly let the world on fire to do got to Denver actually get to together drives the Broncos the link to the field step into the end zone for a game winning touchdown not so fast my friends he scores with a minute and twenty three seconds to go any allows the material young rookie Gardner mean hue to dried the gags back down the other and gets them into may global field goal range and Josh Lambo booted between the upright so the gag wise let the lead slip out of their hand and they know you re grass a victory two four nominal late games endings that I don't know if it tops the Kansas city Detroit game which I'm going to get into in more depth here in just a second but now that the majority of the results are in now we've got a Sunday night or you have to go between the cowboys and the saints no you got a Monday nighter between the bangles and the Steelers he's a good news some is gonna get a win right well I shouldn't say that because we do already have it hi here in the National Football League in that plays into the stat that I'm just about to throw out to you the great majority of teams in the National Football League at the end of this week tonight Sunday night tomorrow morning I will play the corner of their season they will unlock before of the sixteen regular season games are going to play the only teams that don't have a chance to do that all our. my dad said in three and now Niners two or three in all day are one of the few the proud you can actually get to for now we've only got two so far and that's the key from the pats. but yes the Niners and eventually get there got to wait a week to get their child to go for it out and the cowboys get their shot to go for now tonight I will put the possibility although we've already had one of a tie inside. there are five records did teams can have at this point in the season that's it. you've got four in all I know one four. you've got three in one and one in three and you've got to into that those are the only five records the teams can have at this point again if you put ties as side which yes we had one week winds between the cardinals and alliance. that means with thirty teams having played a quarter their season by the time this weekend is over if you divided evenly five potential records by the number of teams in the NFL it would be six a piece. everything ran perfectly in the numbers worked out to the probabilities you would have a six oh one fourteen six four and teams six three in one teams six one and three teams and sex. two in two teams. you know how many teams are tuned to win a national football league right now. eleven. that soon to be and it could go to twelve because empty same for tonight to the cowboys they could go to two one to hear your two into teams in the National Football League Titans one ravens two Texans three raiders for cold five charges six giant seven Bucks eight jags nine eagles ten us good meat is only ten that are to into so far but if the saints lose tonight they can stretch that number to eleven. which has I just laid out for you you would expect it to be more like six maybe five maybe seven yeah you give him one plus one minus one ninety direct there's ten and maybe eleven teams in the National Football League delivery to into you know what that means balance now your pessimist you'll say it's a bad day you'll say the disparity because the word parity to me has a bad connotation I have no problem with that balance is good that means going into every single week unless it's a massive mates mat mismatch you think your team has a chance to win and no game was more tell tell the nat then today's game which was one of the games that I picked and I was wrong about I don't can see chief were just simply better than a Detroit Lions would go in there and put up a whole bunch of points against them that was not the case the lines played really well took the lead in the fourth quarter they'd too may have scored just a little bit poorly they scored the go ahead touchdown with two minutes left to play and with a I think that the chief had two timeouts left hand on the ball back Pat moans with two minutes to play and given him a chance to March down the field and re take the lead after you gain delete and my homestead motorhomes things in case you didn't catch the charges quickly recap the last ride for you they get the ball at the twenty one yard line. he took it out in the end zone winnable came down to to to they kick off point for night down to to to return it took it ninety yards out to twenty one most homes first play past Williams out of the backfield for eleven yards incomplete to Williams Mahone short right to Williams again for two yards that takes him down to two minute warning incomplete pass and third down so we sit in on a four ten eight four ten eight. I am home scrambles up the middle makes the play with his legs cold for fifteen yards with the ball gets down to get the first down and it gives them the ball out near midfield next passes the Kelsey in a play that my home scrambled came out in a pocket ran up toward the line of scrimmage came to a dead stop I think he had a sandwich somewhere in the middle there not enough pass rush out of Detroit completed to wide open Kelsey we got out of bounds on the play after gaining eighteen yard so all of a sudden they were to the Detroit twenty thirty three yard line what a minute and thirty two seconds ago homes on a scramble the next play gets a little bit of a helping hand defensive holding on the lions instead of picking up a yard with a scrambled they given five on a penalty homes go short middle the Robinson for nine yards to get it down to the Detroit eighteen mom short passed a hard man for two yards gives them a first down no it was now where you get the first down on the nine yard pass so he games two yards on first down goes in complete deep to wide gins hours of play any ends on a white kids got its hands on the defender actually for the ball off and then I did a pretty nice job home short left to bring goal that was a huge play out of the backfield thirteen yards down to the Detroit the Brady and here's where I don't understand the the next play the ad they have got the ball inside the three yard line and they run the ball up the middle Williams gets close you can't really tell if he broke the plane or not the referees come in and make a pretty definitive call there are many short the clock is running Kansas city is out of timeouts there's thirty seconds to go when they run the play. Detroit calls a time out. it's basically been telling you yes we think they're going to score and we want to give ourselves a chance get the ball back in late our guy go down the field and trying get it's a touchdown what it could remember by three it can see scores the touchdown makes the P. A. T. well then that means Detroit's got to get a touchdown to you under thirty seconds to go you could put your faith in defense you could make Kansas city run a run play no Detroit takes a time out and they like ten city huddle up and decide exactly what play they're going to run they go Williams up the middle again again a debated play you couldn't really tell if the ball got past the goal line but again kudos to the referees will call in the game they made the definitive signaled they gave in a touchdown they reviewed it the call stand play was up held and he keeps take the lead thirty four thirty yes the line's got the ball back with twenty seconds to go and Stafford made one night's bad twenty five yard pass any against a major Kansas city pre read defense to get it out by the fifty yard line he actually got to hail Marys off into the end zone on the last two black plays that nine seconds to go in the next to last one way after they eat the ball is tipped around any ends on the clock on TV read zero zero they reviewed it there was at least one second is between one and two so they put to one o'clock to Stanford got to to no they'll marry into the end zone that also did not connect so the density chief were allowed to walk away with a victory my home drive in in the link to the field as quickly as he did under two minutes thirteen play seventy nine yards that's what superstar quarterbacks do specifically on the road and by the way you had not a great day the up until I final drive he had been solid past. the Detroit defense he played pretty darn well but he did what he needed to do to pull out a win in the last two plus man city game that's why Pat Holmes is an MVP candidate again what I want to hear from alliance fan. is this a. moral victory. because you hung with an undefeated Kansas city team because yes you did have the lead with two minutes to play because yes you did get to L. marries into the end zone on the last two blades where you could have stolen victory from the jaws of defeat. or was this a major mess up. your coach takes a time out. what can the city's scrambling inside the five with under a minute to play and they got no timeouts left. you got to force them to use their touch if they had a time out lab you got to force him to use our press down which they didn't Detroit took the time out after the first down because Detroit was determined to get the ball back in give Matthew Stafford a chance and I just said he did get a couple a Mary's off so I can get you can make the argument that the strategy worked I say baloney I take the strategy failed because you gave Kansas city the chance to run the offense and factor exactly would play they wanted to and they did they stuck it into the end zone against your defense so I think the alliance trying to help the chiefs to that victory with some shoddy coaching late in the game so that to me was the best game of the day it's a matter of fact we're going to punch against up from Detroit to give us a little bit more insight on where to lie and say it now hi to all in one two one one it's not a bad record but it's good for third place tonight division because package at three one and there's a three one so you look it up in a couple teams in your division Justin Rogers covers the lions for the Detroit news he's gonna hop aboard worst top of our number two but if you want said game and you were once again impressed by Patrick my homes veteran quarterback in the National Football League we can talk about that any any other games or play today I mentioned it to great for card games late afternoon games that went down to the wire jags rebounding after having the lead Coughlin it up late get it again what a great guy dementia drive at the end of the game and the rams where do you know coming in today I had not been overtly impressive in any of their three way in three wins he David James woods were pretty good today and Jared Goff throwing a ball sixty some might die I didn't see the final number sixty eight off to the ball sixty eight times state he threw for five hundred yards that's supposed to be an accomplishment guess what. not good three interceptions not a great day for Jared dot so.

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"william mahone" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"william mahone" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"For cold five charges six giant seven Bucks eight jags nine eagles ten us good meat is only ten that are to into so far but if the saints lose tonight they can stretch that number to eleven. which has I just laid out for you you would expect it to be more like six maybe five maybe seven yeah you give among one plus one minus one ninety direct there's ten and maybe eleven teams in the National Football League they will be two in two you know what that means balance now if your pessimist you'll say it's a bad day you'll say the disparity because the word parity to me has a bad connotation I got no problem with that balance is good that means going into every single week unless it's a massive Mitch mac miss mac you think your team has a chance to win I know game was more tell tell the knack than today's game which was one of the games that I picked and I was wrong about I thought can see chief were just simply better than a Detroit lines it would go in there and put up a whole bunch of points against them that was not the case the lines played really well took the lead in the fourth quarter they too may have scored just a little bit too early they scored the go ahead touchdown with two minutes left to play and with a I think that the chief had two timeouts left you handling the ball back Pat moans with two minutes to play and given him a chance to March down the field and re take the lead after you gain delete and my homestead mall homes things in case you didn't catch the charges quickly recap the last drive for you they get the ball at the twenty one yard line. he took it out of the end zone well walking down to to to they kick off point for night down to do how to return it took it ninety yards out to twenty one my homes first play past Williams added back build for eleven yards incomplete to Williams Mahone short right to Williams again for two yards that takes him down to the two minute warning I incomplete pass on third down so you sit in on a four ten eight four ten eight. I am home scrambles up the middle makes the play with his legs cold for fifteen yards with the ball gets down get the first down and it gives them the ball out near midfield next passes the Kelsey in a play that my home scrambled came out of the pocket ran up toward the line of scrimmage came to a dead stop I think he had a sandwich somewhere in the middle there not enough pass right down to Detroit completed to wide open Kelsey we got out of bounds on the play after gaining eighteen yard so all of a sudden they were to the Detroit twenty thirty three yard line what a minute and thirty two seconds ago homes on a scramble the next play gets a little bit of a helping hand defensive holding I'm the lions instead of picking up a yard with a scramble they given five on a penalty homes go short middle the Robinson for nine yards to get it down to the Detroit eighteen mom short passed a hard man wore a red two yards gives them a first down no it was not where I got the first down on the nine yard pass so he games two yards on first down goes in complete deep the black in south to play any ends on a white kids got its hands on the defender actually fought the ball off and I did a pretty nice job home short left to bring goal that was a huge play out of the backfield thirteen yards down to the Detroit the Brady. and here's where I don't understand the the next play de ad they've got the ball inside the three yard line and they run the ball up the middle Williams get close you can't really tell if he broke the plane or not the referees come in and make a pretty definitive call there are many short the clock is running Kansas city is out of timeouts there's thirty seconds to go when they run the play. Detroit calls a time out. it's basically them telling you yes we think they're going to score and we want to give ourselves we can't get the ball back in late our guy go down the field and trying to get us to touch down what it could remember there are by three if can see scores the touchdown makes the P. A. T. well then that means the court's gotta get a touchdown for you under dirty seconds to go you could put your faith in defense you could make Kansas city run a run play no Detroit takes a time out and they like Kansas city huddle up and decide exactly what play they're gonna run they go Williams up the middle again again a debated play you couldn't really tell if the ball got past the goal line but again kudos to the referees will call in the game they made the definitive signaled they gave in a touchdown they reviewed it the call stand play was up held Annery chief take the lead thirty four thirty yes the line's got the ball back with twenty seconds to go and Stafford made one night's bad twenty five yard pass in a against a major Kansas city pre vet defense to get it out by the fifty yard line he actually got to hail Marys off into the end zone on the last two black plays that nine seconds to go on the next to last one way after they eat the ball is tipped around any ends on the clock on TV read zero zero date reviewed it there was at least one second is between one and two so they put to one o'clock to Stanford got to to no they'll marry into the end zone that also did not connect so the ten city chief were allowed to walk away with a victory my home drive in in the link to the field as quickly as he did under two minutes thirteen play seventy nine yards that's what superstar quarterbacks do specifically on the road and by the way you had not a great day that up until I final drive he had been solid past. the Detroit defended played pretty darn well what he did what he needed to do to pull out a win in the last two plus minutes of the game that's why Pat more homes is an MVP candidate again but I want to hear from alliance. is this a. moral victory. because you hung with an undefeated Kansas city team because yes you did have the lead with two minutes to play because yes you did get to L. marries into the end zone on the last two blades where you could have stolen victory from the jaws of defeat. or was this a male attention drivers come join transitive the largest private sector operator of public transportation in North America they're hiring MC a.

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"william mahone" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

09:08 min | 1 year ago

"william mahone" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"Radio six ten. that those are the only five records the team's gonna have at this point again if you put ties as side which yes we had one week lines between the cardinals and alliance. that means we thirty teams having played a quarter their season by the time this weekend is over if you divided evenly five potential records by the number of teams in the NFL it would be six a piece. everything ran perfectly in the numbers worked out to the probabilities you would have a six oh one fourteen six four and teams six three one teams six one and three teams and six. into teams. you know how many teams are tuned to win a national football league right now. eleven. that. to be and it could go to twelve because it would be same throws tonight to the cowboys they too could go to two one to hear your two into teams in the National Football League Titans one ravens two Texans three raiders for cold five charges six giant seven Bucks eight jags nine eagle fan us good meat is only ten that are to into so far but if the saints lose tonight they can stretch that number to eleven. which has I just laid out for you you would expect it to be more like six maybe five maybe seven yeah you give among one plus one minus one ninety direct there's ten and maybe eleven teams in the National Football League they will be two in two you know what that means balance now if your pessimist you'll say it's a bad day you'll say the disparity because the word parity to me has a bad connotation I have no problem with that balance is good that means going into every single week unless it's a mass image map mismatch you think your team has a chance to win I know game was more tell tell the nat then today's game which was one of the games that I picked and I was wrong about I thought can see chief were just simply better than a Detroit lines would go in there and put up a whole bunch of points against them that was not the case the lines played really well took the lead in the fourth quarter they too may have scored just a little bit poorly they scored the go ahead touchdown with two minutes left to play and with a I think that the chief had two timeouts left you handling the ball back Pat moans with two minutes to play and given him a chance to March down the field and re take the lead after you gain delete and my homestead my home stakes in case you didn't catch it so I'll just quickly recap the last drive for you they get the ball at the twenty one yard line. he took it out of the end zone winnable can down to to to the kick off point for nine down to two how to return it took it ninety yards out to twenty one most homes first play past Williams out of the backfield for eleven yards incomplete to Williams Mahone short right to Williams again for two yards that takes him down to the two minute warning I incomplete pass on third down so we sit in on a four ten eight four ten eight. I am home scrambles up the middle makes the play with his legs cold for fifteen yards with the ball gets down get the first down and it gives them the ball out near midfield next passes the Kelsey in a play that my home scrambled came out of the pocket ran up toward the line of scrimmage came to a dead stop I think he had a sandwich somewhere in the middle there not enough pass rush out of Detroit completed to wide open Kelsey we got out of bounds on the play after gaining eighteen yards all of a sudden they were to the Detroit twenty thirty three yard line what a minute and thirty two seconds ago homes on a scramble the next play gets a little bit of a helping hand defensive holding I'm the lions instead of picking up a yard with a scramble they given five on a penalty homes go short middle the Robinson for nine yards to get it down to the Detroit eighteen mom short passed a hard man for two yards gives them a first down though it was not where you get the first down on a nine yard pass so he gains two yards on first down goes in complete deep to wide can so the plan ends on a white kids got its hands on the defender actually for the ball off and I did a pretty nice job home short left to bring goal that was a huge play out of the backfield thirteen yards down to the Detroit the Brady and here's where I don't understand the the next play do you yeah they have got the ball inside the three yard line and they run the ball up the middle Williams gets close you can't really tell if he broke the plane or not the referees come in and make a pretty definitive call that there are many short the clock is running Kansas city is out of timeouts there's thirty seconds to go when they run the play. Detroit calls a time out. it's basically them telling you yes we think that they're going to score and we want to give ourselves we can't get the ball back in late our guy go down the field and trying to get us to touch down what I could remember there are by three it can see scores the touchdown makes the P. A. T. well then that means the court's gotta get a touchdown to you under dirty seconds to go you could put your faith in defense you could make Kansas city run a run play no Detroit takes a time out and they like Kansas city huddle up and decide exactly what play they're gonna run to go Williams up the middle again again a debated play you couldn't really tell if the ball got past the goal line but again kudos to the referees will call in the game they made the definitive signaled they gave in a touchdown they reviewed it the call stand the play was up how old and he keeps take the lead thirty four thirty yes the line's got the ball back with twenty seconds to go and Stafford made one nice bath twenty five yard pass in a against a major Kansas city pre med defense to get it out by the fifty yard line he actually got to hail Marys off into the end zone on the last two black plays that nine seconds to go on the next to last one way after they eat the ball was dropped around any ends on the clock on TV read zero zero they reviewed it there was at least one second of between one and two so they put to one o'clock to Stanford got to throw another day I'll marry into the end zone that also did not connect so do you can see the keys were allowed to walk away with a victory my home drive in in the link to the field as quickly as he did under two minutes thirteen play seventy nine yards that's what superstar quarterbacks do specifically on the road and by the way you had not a great day that up until I final drive he had been solid past. the Detroit defense had played pretty darn well but he did what he needed to do to pull out a win in the last two plus minutes a game that's why Pat more homes is an MVP candidate again but I want to hear from alliance. is this a. moral victory. because you hung with an undefeated Kansas city team because yes you did have the lead with two minutes to play because yes you did get to L. marries into the end zone on the last two blade where you could have stolen victory from the jaws of defeat. or was this is these a flex our bank of America wants to know what would you like the power to do I'm speaking with Larry to read a regional president from bank of America hearing the DMV thanks for coming you bet what do you do to take care of your employees the keeper Morton to be them and more people wanting to work for bank of America at bank of America has my business model of responsible growth we have to grow of course but we have to do it by managing risk serving the client we want to be a great place to work that includes compensation we just announced our minimum starting wage is going to go up from seventeen dollars an hour to twenty dollars an hour in two thousand twenty one we have a comprehensive health benefits we have sixteen weeks of paid family leave we offer twenty days a bereavement leave bank America is a great program called life event services where someone's going through a transition.

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"william mahone" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast

The Cracked Podcast

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"william mahone" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast

"What? Those people that don't like trees. Yeah. And they apparently the keeping plants it because the calorie pear tree has really nice white flowers. So if you've seen that on a tree, it's potentially this thing, and then gingko, resist pollution really, well, which is killer for treason cities of all the cars. So somebody in some office is always like we just need trees. I don't care. And they're doing these trees that smell to everyone all the time. My son was explaining to me and my son knows all kinds of weird things. So I mentioned this Ilya is. Yeah. Thought of the game goes as smell, like vomit, and the patriot smell, like come. How does he know these things, but he says, don't worry about it because says that the smell is just the pollen and that if you have allergies to the tree, it's because you have a very finely tuned machine to smell come. So then we decided that if this is true that allergy medicine is basically contraception for your nose. Sounds like he should be on this podcast. Yeah. Yeah. But then I wouldn't have anyone writing my baterial. One time for Jane son come together. Let's take a left turn into confederate statues. This is a problem. That's that's all over main cities. And Jane you're in amazing scholar, of, of the Jim crow, south, and the politics that leads to all these different kinds of monuments, in a surprising amount of cities. How did we get to these being in so many places? Well, I think lots of people know they're all over the south. They were mostly established way after the civil war. They're not about the civil war. They might say they're about the civil war, but they're not they're about the age of segregation, really and tend to be more about white supremacy than anything else. But, but I, I learned recently that Chicago has a confederate monument, which you wouldn't guess where's that? Where's it out? Maybe anybody in the audience know we're our confederate monument is. Though, it's not in grand park. You know what's in grand park? There is sort of the monument. There's a lot of bodies in grand park. That's where they buried soldiers who died confederate soldiers who died. They bury them in grant park. Think about that the next time you're strolling through grant park, if you're walking on the confederacy. The buried confederate soldiers in park they did. Someplace because they were prison prisoner of war camps. Oh, that's what this money minutes for this monument is to the confederate soldiers who died in a prisoner of war camp called camp Douglas, which was Stephen Douglas property. But the monument is in a cemetery in sixty first street. So we have our very own confederate monument is not just Lincoln grant, Lincoln grant, Lincoln grant. Yeah. I'm from Charlottesville, Virginia where those Nazis marched two years ago, three years ago, and they were there, I think most people know because they were trying to take down the Robert Lee's statue. And Charlottesville is actually very like liberal college town. And I think maybe the year or two before it was voted like happiest city in America, which is really funny. Yeah, because I think that it's a place where lots of especially white liberals can believe that they're very woke. And that there is no racism there, but there's a huge class divide and that statue was arrested in what was a poor black neighborhood at the time to remind. Find them like, hey, we still hate you. We're going to still oppress, you. So like the fact that Charlottesville was like, why are these Nazis year? Like we're good place. It's like no. You still have confederate statues you still like allowed this to be part of the culture here, and it's just it's horrifying. And like I went to school in Richmond where there's monuments avenue, which is just one after another of like stonewall, Robert Lee, just all the way down at the end, is an Arthur, Ashe statue. At the very end because they're like, fine, we'll give you one, but it's a statue of him up with a tennis racket, and there's children below him with books. And it looks like he's beating. This. Look it up, it's insane. So it's like won't make you on. But he's scary. I knew they were there and I knew there awful. But I forgot that's like I cannot imagine being a person of color and walking on the street. And there's just a big statue of like we hate you. That's what they are like we hate you, as I understand that. And Jane, I think, you know, the most about, but they were mostly built in a relatively modern tire. Right. It wasn't immediately after the fighting. There's spikes that's mostly between nineteen ten and nineteen forty for Baltimore which decided to catch up late and build one in nineteen forty eight boo Baltimore obvious. Let's go there. And then we end up with these things that are built with a specific message for the modern day. But and, and yeah, Maryland. The southern poverty law says that Maryland had almost three times as many troops in the union army as the confederacy. So the main thing to memorialize the union just by numbers, but they they're doing this specific messaging and all kinds of cities, have these monuments, it's like another weird thing that has just popped up everywhere. And people don't realize there's like crazy. Rich guy was like, wait a minute. What about and then I'll get a few? And they're like, yeah. Then they built a statue. Happens statues happened. Look that up. And and couple of other weird spots there. These memorials there's a picket road after the confederate General George Pickett in Bellingham, Washington state, there's a stonewall Jackson bust in the Bronx and until twenty sixteen. There was a, a Robert E Leila entry school in Long Beach, California because this just pops up because people want to do messaging. Also, Jane, you, you have a mazing info on general named William Mahone, who is never in statues. No, he doesn't get a statue because he did the worst thing he could possibly do. This is a big general next to robbery, Liepa Matic's. But then he went, and founded an interracial political party that one, so he's not really the favorite person in, in Virginia history. Historians is repressed who, who wants to listen to a political coalition, that's majority. Black in Virginia. In eighteen eighty as amazing I didn't know that. No, you wouldn't because actually Virginia wrote it out of all the history books. That's you don't see it there for a reason. Yeah, another city, snarling problem, we have in particular for New York City, which was the first city of a million people in the US, they had by the late eighteen eighty s over one point two million people relying on one hundred seventy thousand horses each tours producing fifteen to thirty pounds of manure per day and accord, a urine, and then it was bad. Can I just ask a question? I think that a court of urine is nearly enough for a horse that doesn't sound right to me, this is I like the fact check that because I'm pretty sure a person produces accord court of your date. If you're saying hydrated, which y'all should be, but a court of urine four cups. I don't believe that they produce only a quarter urine. I'm with. Honestly of just depress you how many cups accord is. I, I don't know what I was thinking. That's great writing for an alternative news media outlet. I am tutoring. Children in middle school math. So often we have to talk about how much a court is now you can talk to them about, you know, piss. The letter really hook them in. They'll be like math is cool. We talked about courts and piss.

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