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Fresh update on "winston" discussed on Cinemavino
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Correa, Astros rally past Braves 9-5, cut WS deficit to 3-2
"AP sports I'm guessing call block the World Series is headed back to Houston after the Astros rally past the Braves in game five Marwin Gonzalez had a tiebreaking two run bloop single in the fifth to make it seven to five on the way to Houston's nine to five wins Martine Maldonado drove in three runs and Carlos Correa had a pair of RBIs for the Astros who host game six Tuesday Adam duvall had a first inning grand slam at Freddie Freeman added a solo shot for the Braves in the NFL the saints topped the Buccaneers thirty six to twenty seven after losing starting quarterback Jameis Winston to what coach Sean Payton termed a significant injury to his left knee the
Saints overcome Winston injury, top Buccaneers 36-27
"PJ Williams picked off Tom Brady and returned it forty yards for a touchdown with one twenty four remaining securing the seats thirty six twenty seven victory over the Buccaneers Brady threw for four touchdowns but he also turned the ball over three times on a pair of interceptions and a fumble leading to sixteen Orleans points the wind could be costly for the saints who lost quarterback Jameis Winston to a knee injury early in the second quarter Trevor Simeon took over for Winston completed sixteen of twenty nine throws for one hundred fifty nine yards and a touchdown without a turnover Simeone led the saints on five scoring drives it produced two touchdowns and three field goals I'm the ferry
Saints edge Seahawks...Broncos-Rams trade...Nets bounce back
"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree on Monday Night Football G. miss Winston passed for two hundred twenty two yards and a touchdown to Alvin Camaro he also let a go ahead field goal drive with just under two minutes to play as the saints beat Seattle thirteen ten on the NBA hard with the Celtics got by the Hornets in overtime one forty one twenty nine Jayson Tatum with forty one points in the win Milwaukee beat Atlanta at one nineteen one oh nine the hawks bested the pistons one twenty to one oh four Brooklyn B. Washington one of four ninety is Kevin Durant led the way with twenty five points he roughed up Orlando one of seven ninety Chicago's not by Toronto one eleven one await new Orleans got its first win one of seven ninety eight over Minnesota Cleveland edge Denver ninety nine eighty seven the clippers pounded Portland one sixteen eighty six in the NHL Columbus top Dallas for one same score as Carolina B. Toronto Calgary dismissed the Rangers five to one buffalo took down Tampa five one Florida remained unbeaten with a five three win over Arizona Washington got by Ottawa seven five in Saint Louis went to five and on the year with a three nothing shutout of the kings I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports
Hail Mary Saints: Winston has 4 TDs, Saints beat Washington
"Janus Winston threw for two hundred seventy nine yards and four touchdowns as the saints came away with the thirty three twenty two win over the Washington football team Winston connected with Marquez Callaway on to the scores including a hail Mary on the last play of the first half which covered forty nine yards Winston also hit Deonte Harris with a seventy two yard strike Alvin Kamara rushed for seventy one yards and caught a touchdown pass Antonio Gibson scored twice for the football team off Taylor Heinicke was intercepted twice Greg Heister Landover Maryland
Stop Confusing Personality With Capability
"Refunding welcome to the dennis prager show coming to you from minneapolis. Minnesota state where nice people elects gusting at should be their motto. We are nice and we elect fool shows you that there is no relationship between nice and wise none zero. There are not nice people who are wise and they're nice people with no wisdom now. That was the confusion with regard president. Our previous president right. President trump was not deemed as an individually nice person. I have no comment on it. I i. i am not capable of assessing him personally. Just i probably can't assess most people. I don't know well personally unless it's obvious that they have done terrible things in their personal life. Now you could say well. He has But then if that's the case he's with many presidents with regard to infidelity which is a separate issue in any event He he did not act nice often. That is absolutely correct however He was a great president. That since i elect presidents not nice people. That's all that matters to me to To people who confuse nice with with capability He was a bad precedent. They say that. Joe biden is nice. I have no way. No way of assessing. I think he's the biggest crook to ever be president objectively speaking but he might be nice however he is completely destructive. President people don't know how to assess leaders. They really don't do. I know if winston churchill was personally nice. Frankly i don't care for god's to judge. I can only say that he was the right man at the right time to fight the greatest evil of time.
Winston has 2 TDs, Saints pick Jones 3 times in 28-13 win
"Jameis Winston threw for two touchdowns and Malcolm Jenkins had a pick six in the saints twenty eight thirteen win over the patriots Winston completed thirteen of twenty one for one hundred twenty eight yards one week after recording a career low passer rating Taysom hill ran for a touchdown and Alvin Kamara rushed twenty four times for eighty nine yards patriots QB Matt Jones was thirty of fifty one for two hundred seventy yards and a touchdown but he also threw three interceptions two leading to saints TD's Norman's recorded three sacks and hit Jones eleven times I'm the ferry
Darnold Throws 2 TDs, Panthers D Dominates Saints 26-7
"Sam Darnold in the Panthers are to it following a twenty six seven win over the saints the Panthers outgained Orleans three hundred eighty three to one twenty eight for the game and had twenty first downs to New Orleans six Donald was twenty six of thirty eight for three hundred five yards two touchdowns and one interception as he continues to flourish since leaving the jets Christian McCaffrey added one hundred thirty seven yards from scrimmage and scored his first TD of the season Janus Winston was held to one hundred eleven yards passing was intercepted twice and sacked four times I'm Dave Ferrie
Ex-White House Press Secretary's Book Likens Melania Trump to Marie Antoinette
"One twenty five. Pm on january six soon after writers broken barricades outside of the capitol bologna. Trump received a text message from her. Then chief of staff stephanie. Grisham it had a question. Do you want to tweet. That peaceful protests are the right of every american but there is no place for lawlessness and violence amid later milania with a one word. Answer no at that moment. Malania was at the white house preparing for a photo shoot of rug. She had selected. That's according to exclusive excerpts of grissom's forthcoming book obtained by politico titled. I'll take your questions now. What i saw on the trump white house grisham the former trump white house press secretary best known for never holding a press briefing is now breaking her silence and political daniel. Lipman email does what. They preview gruesome also writes that she asked malania couple times whether she should reach out to jill biden during the transition to set up. The traditional inauguration t. but instead of setting up the meeting the london told her that they should quote see what the west wing does according to grisham. The reason was because malania like her husband believed. The election was illegitimate on january eleventh. Malania did issue a statement saying that she was disappointed and disheartened with what happened last week but she added that she founded quote shameful. That's rounding these tragic events. There's been salacious. Gossip unwarranted personal attacks and false misleading accusations on me from people who are looking to be relevant and have an agenda. She seemed to be referring to her. Former close. personal friend. Stephanie winston walk-off who pendant op ed in the daily beast. A few days earlier saying that milania quote was complicit in the destruction of america grisham joined the trump campaign in two thousand fifteen and remained with the white house until close to the end. She writes them. Alana's response to a text on january six broker since she had long defended the first lady against accusations that she was marie antoinette. Type dilettante now gruesome rights. She sees milania quote the doomed french queen dismiss. It defeated attached.
Winston, Saints, Overcome Displacement, Pound Packers 38-3
"A change of venue didn't bother New Orleans Saints one bit force from the Superdome after hurricane I did too open against the Green Bay Packers in Jacksonville the saints marched all over the pack thirty eight to three Janus Winston threw for only a hundred forty eight yards but fired five touchdown passes we were prepared despite the adversity of having to be in Dallas despite all the things that happen at home R. mas at St St we prepare to play gets Green Bay and played the best football that we can we did that backup tight end joint Johnson caught a pair downstairs capped the day with a fifty five yard bomb rating MVP Aaron Rodgers on the other hand kept out of the end zone and picked off twice suffering his worst loss as a Packer starter mark Daniels Jacksonville
The History of US Presidential Transportation
"First us president of any sort to fly in an airplane was theodore roosevelt. It was rather short flight as airplanes at the time didn't have a very long range and it was probably one of the more dangerous. Flights ever attempted by president sitting or former come over after this short sightseeing flight. Us presidents didn't do any flying. It would be another thirty three years before an actual sitting. Us president would get on an airplane. The first airplane designated for presidential use was purchased in nineteen thirty three it was a douglas dolphin amphibious aircraft and it was operated by the us navy as there was no air force at the time. The co name. It was given was r d two. It could seat four passengers and there was a small sleeping compartment. The interior was custom made for presidential use with leather seats. It was stationed at the anacostia naval airbase in washington. Dc until nineteen thirty nine and during that time it was never once used by the president to be fair. Fdr was in a wheelchair and getting in and out of an airplane especially a small amphibious plane was probably something that he wasn't keen to do however he did eventually take a flight the very first airplane flight by a sitting. Us president took place on january. Eleventh nineteen forty-three when franklin roosevelt flew on. The dixie clipper was a commercial boeing. Three fourteen clipper which was operated by pan. Am he flew fifty five hundred miles to the casablanca conference in morocco to meet with winston churchill and charles de gaulle. The flight was done in three stages any flu rather than took a ship because it was considered safer than risking german u boats in the atlantic after the trip the army air force didn't want to rely on commercial airlines for presidential transportation. They proposed the president. Use a modified. C eighty seven liberator express heavy bomber. The plane was dubbed the guess where to when the secret service reviewed the safety record of the plane. They rejected it. For presidential use. The plane was used for carrying the first lady. Eleanor roosevelt however on a trip to latin america. But it never carried the president. The secret service then approved a douglas. C fifty four skymaster which was a transport plane used in the war. It was named the sacred cow ended. Had sleeping quarters are radiotelephone and a lift for getting roosevelt in and out of the plane in his wheelchair. The only time you used it was to travel to the yalta conference in february of nineteen forty five. This plane is on display at the museum. At the wright patterson air force base outside dayton
1 Student Dead in Shooting at North Carolina High School
"The student was injured in a shooting at a high school. In north carolina wednesday it happened at mt sabre high school in winston salem. A for site county spokesperson told cnn that the injured student was taken to a hospital for treatment and all other students are safe. The spokesperson also said authorities were actively seeking the suspect
New Orleans Saints to Use Interim Facility for First Month of Season
"The new orleans saints have picked their starting quarterback jameis winston. Jeff duncan covering the team new orleans times. Picayune sports columnist. Let me start with that season opener given the weather and we still have some time. Here is their contingency plans. If the saints can't host the packers that opening weekend jeff dan. They're working on that right now. I mean the situation is so fluid as you can imagine in new orleans. The power outages catastrophic. The entire city is still out of power. And so there's so many other priorities right now in the city beyond the football game and we stopped the sean payton this morning. Big look like the saints are going to set up shop in the dallas fort worth area. Absurd least the next month or so and he mentioned that they'd even looked into possibly playing their home games over in dallas and. At and t. stadium. I think that's one of the ideas they're not going around with. There's so many moving parts here other trying to make roster cuts today get players out of there and they got families members all in the hotel move hotel so it's a it's a crazy situation very unprecedent.
"winston" Discussed on NFL Live
"Jameis winston qb one in new orleans as reported by adam schefter. Welcome to nfl live. It's been quite an nfl journey for james. The former heisman trophy winner entered the league. Is the number one pick by the buccaneers and the twenty fifteen draft. You go on to spend five seasons. In tampa his final season with the franchise. He became the first. Nfl player in nfl. History to throw thirty touchdowns and thirty interceptions in a season and then last season winston signed a one year deal with the saints the entire twenty twenty season as a backup throwing this eleven pass attempts all year which leads us to today with our own. Adam schefter reporting that he's been named the starter in new orleans. Beating out tastes hill for the job. All the latest on james is coming. Plus the reason someone here says the saints team is a playoff team and actually has nothing to do with the quarterback spot. We'll get to that much more. Meena kinds is here you see. Jeff darlington there. Ryan clark's in studio with me which is Scary for everybody at home. Because we're already crazy up in here depth. What more can you add on how this decision to make james. The starter was made lubbock guys look in new orleans. This was the direction that sean payton felt himself heading in the last few weeks and he got the exact thing that every coach wants. That's dealing with a quarterback competition. Got clarity in the form of an objective performance when james winston had that first half and second preseason game where he threw for two touchdowns over forty yards distance. That was all payton needed to know you. Did you feel to know that. He was making the right decision through jameis winston as his starting quarterback that deep threat that passing attack that vertical attack of more than forty yards the saints haven't had that in three seasons. So for sean payton. He got exactly what he was looking for in the perfect time to be able to name winston historic. You know what. I'm going to clarify a little bit more for jeff. Jeff is an extremely nice human. I am not jeff assaying. That got what he needed to see a definitive performance. No shawn payne. Got what he needed. That it was jameis. Winston and i know people think i come on here and i just wanna kill tastes hill but as the truth tastes them. Hills shouldn't be an nfl starting quarterback and if he's the starting quarterback of the new orleans saints they're going to waste this great defense once again in two passes in a preseason game james winston showed us something that we hadn't seen in new orleans and four years and that was with tasting hill. That was with teddy bridgewater and it absolutely was with drew brees. This is what we have been saying for year. If you can eliminate some of the some of the interceptions eliminate some of the mistakes. James can add an explosive elements his offense that we hadn't seen in forever. And that's what he got. He got exactly what he needed. Because his jameis winston now tastes him. Who can go do things that he does much better than he does quarterbacking. This is the best case scenario. You know davis is gonna throw interceptions like everyone's gonna freak out when he throws his first interception and say this is the old jamus. And i think it's worth addressing ryan. How your point about his explosive playmaking mitigates that to some degree because it comes with some risks. You know the thirty for thirty season. I know we talk about. I do think it's worth pointing out. In the two prior seasons he had thrown only fourteen in eleven. so it's a little bit overrode. i've always thought to is. His interceptions in tampa often came out of desperation. It actually that's board out by the numbers. I saw a really interesting chart from tej. Seth at this morning pointing out that more than just about every other quarterback over the last three years james's interceptions have come in situations with low expected points like third and longs ak was throwing them out of desperation. So hopefully that means he's not going to be as desperate this year and again even if he is even who throws more picks and drew brees which he will you have to understand that some of that bad comes with the good in this case and that is the upside that you clearly saw on display in the preseason last week or see everyone talks about. Kyle shanahan sean. Mcvay all these offensive minds around the league. People don't really talk about sean payton. In that way as much there could be. I think a little bit of pain that wants to prove like. I can remake a quarterback. I've still got this about me that allows me to be in the elite minds of the offensive world in the nfl. One he is in mind. I mean we absolutely. But i think you have a guy like drew brees. People sometimes place everything on him to accuracy the intelligence the work ethic and they don't really point to show him peyton and say you know what we're teddy bridgewater. The new orleans saints were five no with tastes him hill. There were three and one. And i believe that ego you're talking about show. A was why he loved tastes him so much. Let me show the world. I can make tastes hill a quarterback. Well now he gets to show the world that he can bring jaimes winston to heights that he never reached and the reason. I love doing the show with me. Is we often think the same things you did. Mean is much more intelligent. I so when she bears that no fourteen. Interceptions eleven interceptions. Now people can get off of that thirty interception season and remember in three games last year. Tom brady had eight interceptions point because it was restoring bag and they changed things and so. I'm looking forward to see jameis. Winston that's right and by the way guys sean. Payton you talk the validation that he can get through james winston. It's exactly what you just said about the bucks last year. This is a a quarterback who is primed for being remade. I think it was brett far. Who one said that. If you throw that many interceptions it means you're really good because they left you in the game for that you have. If you're gonna throw thirty picks they must have kept you in there for reasons. Which has a really good opportunity quarterback. I just wanna hit the painting thing really quick as bringing a good point about his offensive mastery. There's a reason. Why jeff and ryan were saying we haven't seen the ball aired out in three or four years drew brees used to throw it. Downfield what we've seen so far just in the preseason granted in a limited sample size it reminds me of the saints offense from like a decade. Goes it champagne is coordinated just about every kind of offense under the sun. But i think we're gonna see some of the concepts we used to see with drew brees and i'm excited about it. That should have saints fan. Salivating and waterways kickoff by the way for saturday's preseason game between the saints and the arizona cardinals at the superdome was moved up to one. Pm eastern to avoid the weather that's caused by hurricane ida just upgraded to a hurricane by the way. Let's get more nfl news with jeff. What's the latest going on around the league in handling.
Ben Simmons Trade Talks Are Reportedly 'Stalled'
"There is a report from. Cbs sports that the sixers could be preparing to have ben simmons in camp on the roster after trade rumors all summer. What do you think the chances are ben. Simmons starts the season with the sixers. So let's not clough what you saw. Ben simmons in the fourth quarter against the atlanta hawks with the fact that he's a uber talented player to just doesn't attempt shots outside of the paint so to couple. Those are two different things. So if you're feeling you trying to move him after that you're just not going to get the value play return. He's gonna have to come to camp and play value back up and when you do an extension with joel embiid. I'm pretty sure you talk to him. About the future of ben simmons and so you bring them back to camp you start the season woodham. You hope that he plays remotely like he was playing last year as he became a defensive player of the year candidate as he can't flirt with triple doubles. There's so many valuable thieves he can bring to the table. Then if that if in win that value re elevates. That's when you try to move him especially for what they're going to be asking for in
"winston" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"It's hard to see the big picture when you're so close to it but then when you have to step back and you get to learn and also like listen. Let's not think that all situated create equal like like we talking about ranked hannah hill. And why the the tennessee titans are potentially a super bowl contender. Well he was an outcast. Al-qaeda other miami he was a backup to mariota. Yeah he got the opportunity so you gotta plan accordingly. You gotta look at places. Like if i'm if i'm a quarterback that's gonna be on on the market next year. I'm looking at denver right. I'm saying we noted teddy bridgewater is a no pun. Intended is a bridge quarterback rice on become that. He's become that he's a guy that was once. Seen as a franchise quarterback he's probably younger than james. Winston are right there at the same age james wesson but we know that the narrative for him has already been kind of you know written in. I me say in stone. But it's it's in bridgewater. Kinda did this like what did have to unseat somebody until the jets and then went there but you know. He had the injury injury. Sam darnold leaves. The jets goes to carolina. He may be the quarterback and and that's the thing like he's not one that's going do this because he's going to be the starter there right i. That's his job. But sometimes quarterbacks when they're young thrown to the wolves doesn't workout and you said like take that breath it seems to be the right thing he also by the way also by the way. If you're going to go somewhere and have an internship year or redshirt year with a guy like sean payton. Exactly if you're going to go somewhere go somewhere. Like mariota went with jon. Gruden right but he offered a quarterback guy but he also went to a place where he thought that it was a vulnerability at the quarterback position because they love their car gave him an extensive. Derek carr contract. It's like four years old riding jon. Gruden continue throw him under the bus so it was a great place for. Mary ought to go and trubisky. You know maybe just maybe met nagy's not that good of a coach and maybe him gone with deyb all. He's gonna learn how to be a quarterback and now he's gonna have an opportunity to have a second act right now. Too many quarterbacks have a second act right jamarcus russell. No second act right. You'd think about ryan leaf. No second act you think about all the guys they didn't have a second act is because they couldn't humble themselves enough to realize that it's not just on the organization cup but it's on them to go home with yourself. Regather yourself so a lot of credit to jameis winston because it had to be humiliating to go within the same division and sit there and watch your team win the super bowl come in there. They're they're looking to look how much better we are without you. Same division to right. Yeah and now. He gets the start against them. Yeah how you like me now. When tom brady re retires highlight me. Now we will certainly find out keyshawn. Jay wills zubin presented by progressive insurance august. Join us on the goodyear hotline fake dinner. Type stuff that dale place. Real or not real. Alan harm bart scott. Sam acho back with us and on the good hotline paul. Bowel joins us one thugs right here alone straight up streak creek keeping real gold wrong. Anybody got a problem with him. They got a problem with me. Good morning paul. You going on that we on man. At least i can get the names right with the barton scott boorda. My dog does taste. Actually be like paul. Finebaum can call me anything. He wants as long as he keeps answering the call. All right. so real or not real coaches that will be at their current school or program next year after this season. So real and not real. Jim harbaugh at michigan. Not real. i mean he. He's gotten their chance. They should go ahead and fire him today. And save the agony of of waiting till november thailand. Dial line. nobody's supposed to have fired. I you know. I've got a question though. Because bobby paul does spit hot fire. Yes why. why wasn't he fired earlier. Like why this year want to any other is poor years because michigan manages. Its football program. Like like an art museum they. They don't look at look at it the way the rest of us do that. You actually have to win and beat your rival. What they did was cut his contract and that will almost make it that has made it apparent that he'll probably lose his shop after this year. And and i. I know what we also have five six seven years ago when when he when he was a super bowl coach and a championship coach in the nfl. But he's been he's been an abject disaster in michigan he was the most heralded hire other than urban meyer of the last probably eight or nine years in college football and i i just. I'm not really sure what he's done. and he shouldn't have been retained he was but the question wasn't should it should have been retained. The question you asked me. We'll be back next year and the answer is no as a miskin resident. In a major disappointment harbaugh can come. There and one is beat ohio state. I mean bars really low right now let alone in the playoffs. Yeah how 'bout how. 'bout keep it within within about four touchdowns okay they get a handicap low-hanging real or not real. Let's continue how about we go to nebraska with scott frost. Will he be at the current school in twenty twenty two so let me make sure i understand israel. That'll be there or real that he'll be gone. I'm not sure real real. He'll be they're not real is that he'll be gone. Okay okay. I was i was. I don't have i don't i don't have this game at home odd to play along. I don't think you'll be there either. You know everything about jim harbaugh. Just move on over to scott frost favorite son The only difference was scott. Frost led his team to a national championship at nebraska. Four years ago or three years ago when he left central florida he was the hottest coach in the country. Three the two hottest coaches back then were chip kelly and scott frost. They're both really doing great now aren't they. I don't know how scott for us survives. He has a new he has a new. Ad former player trove. Albert's and the ncwa snooping around so go ahead and go ahead Call the moving van amazing. I'm old enough to remember nebraska's a national power was. Would you call hawks move. You're going to do this again. Yeah people you always grab just keep playing the game. We real or not real paul finebaum right now. How about at an lsu. How long can we live off of a national championship. Well it's always it's always twenty nineteen for lsu fans and part of that reason is that ron just. He uses confidence. I think they'll be good this year..
"winston" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Goodyear hotline allen. Harm bart scott with you this morning and we do have some. We starting to settle some of these quarterback situations around the league. One that we just told you about a few minutes ago that did get settled. And that is in new orleans where they They have decided that jameis. Winston will be your starter which i know you laugh at because it does seem like something like joke is. That was that really. Was that really competition one. Do two for five thousand yards already. Yeah he had a lot of turnover but he's like a that was number one overall pick and we're surprised that he's a star overdue probably. Well how do. I do like seventy years old. And then like. He's a new quarterback this season hill. He'll schefter reporting That winston who's twenty seven by the way We'll be the week one starter When they host the green bay packers and you know jeremy fowler Talked about this yesterday that it was already becoming sort of fate accompli in new orleans. Because he was saying that that winston was receiving significant locker. Room support Throughout the week actually many teammates treating him as if he was already going to be the at like they knew he was the guy sean payton had been holding off on making that announcement and i think they were trying to give tastes hill. An opportunity. you don't know what's behind that barred but still like if you wanna reward a guy who's been a big party or offense and he'll will still continue to be a big part of that offense. I imagine any part of the offense right. Yeah and he. He's like the fourth most important night person like office when you think about. It's like he's a gadget guy. He's a guy that's great in moderation. You can't give a guy like that you know the ability to you. Know he helps you out of so many different ways. James winston allows you to have your best players on the field all types because now you put him at quarterback now you can do the gadget of taste and you can put him in with the rpo you can put him with the wildcat you can put in what he is. He's a football player. What he isn't is a complete quarterback. Now remember this was winston left tampa after season whereas you mentioned he. He had a huge season passing. Wise as five thousand yards. It's of biscuit to thirty touchdowns. Thirty three touchdown but thirty interception and he had the ultimate thirty for thirty and a big part of that. Though is again bruce arians and the no risk it no biscuit. Kind of approach certainly. You can't say to certain guys. Yeah right tell. J put it up no man because the art talent he has. He thinks he can throw through anything. I mean you see that pass to the kid wasn't lawrence or more like that went over to defend that was double covered and james put it where only his receiver can get him. And so like. He's a special talent but he has to learn how to win to like play within yourself and understand. He's not in tampa the tampa. He was in. He was the entire team. He has players around him now. He has great players. he has a great tomorrow. Michael thomas rhett comes back from the injury. Obviously you know. They check as sexy. He's not going to be getting hit in the back of his head. That's because you talk about his interceptions. I think i have more problems with fumbles. But we just talked to shine o'hare and he told you the fumbles are based on offense line and you know him into protective picked up in a ball come not his hands. Now look the saints. Become a very interesting story because it was replacing. Drew brees not drew. Brees was great last year. You could see that it was the end for him but still the saints have been for a long time. Been that team which is every year you just count them in that they are going to be a competitive team whether or not they had heartache in the postseason is another story but every year they are always there and now you want to see the hardest thing to do is replace all timer like drew. Brees lot of franchise take that step back patriots flow just did it patriots last year certainly what they had to do in trying to transition after losing. Tom brady now the saints. Hope james winston is only twenty seven still very much in his prime a former number one overall pick can be their guide now for a long time chris. Kenny voice you heard in the rejoined there by the way Who was joining us earlier. In the week he talked about the impact. That jameis winston could have on the saints. If of course the turnovers are under control. He saw something down the field. It looked like he wanted to take a shot at it but then he thought better of it. He decided he was going to check the ball down to tony jones. Now even though it was an incompletion that decision to not try to push the ball into coverage where it could end up being eternal worthy. Play like to me. That shows the growth and maturation of quarterback. And that has everything to do with being able to get with. Sean payton and watch drew brees up close and personal last year. So of james can show that type of restraint if he can avoid making those critical mistakes and then continue to challenge all three levels of the defense the way that he did last night. I just think that this that makes this new orleans saints offense a problem once we get to the regular season now bar last year the saints twelve and four last last year. They wanna division. Where are they going this year and they just stay right there at that standard. I mean it's them it's tampa and really the rest of division caroline atlanta but it's them in tampa fighting for the supremacy in that division and also in the nfc. Yeah i mean. I think he'll flip flop right when you think about last year the saints wanna division tampa when as a wildcard. Thank you just flip it right. I think tampa wins the division. I think the saints move in as potentially a wild card because at defenses super bowl caliber. Let's davenport can take the next step. Because this is a guy that they gave up a first round draft move up getting. He hasn't lived up to expectations. But jameis winston just has to play within himself the he's he throws such a beautiful ball he has probably he's probably one of the most talent. I would put him up there at the top five as far arm. Talent than anybody right. It's just decision making the first decision. He may was understanding that he wasn't gonna be back in tampa and understanding that listen he could go search to try and be a starter somewhere or you can go to the best situation. That's took a lot of maturity as number one overall pick as a guy that has played well in his league to humble himself and say you know. What am i gonna play football this year because i'm behind a hall of famer but man. That guy retires. I'm going to be in the best situation. A maybe arguably anybody in the nfl. Because i'm inheriting offense that is grown. His packages a general manager. That knows how to build a team around a championship caliber organization an organization that used to be called the ain't but now you call them the saints because you put respect on her name. Because they've been one of the most consistent franchise oil over the last champagne got there. It's just been totally different. Type of franchise obviously drew brees being a huge part of that as well. But the but that's what they've been trying to continue to be that with james winston but you mentioned he's got number one pick who ended up being pushed out because they were going to get tom brady. So they push him out of tampa and we're seeing that now trubisky doing now in buffalo mariota. Who's also in the winston draft. Like he he also. I'm gonna take back backup you come in. You're young quarterback and you're just thrown to the wolves you gotta play right away. It doesn't work out. You end up moving on and sometimes taking that step back had this experience of planes take a breath. Yeah and that's starting to work. He thought to become a formula for a lot of these young quarterbacks in trubisky next guy we look at it and think you know the next time we see him as a starter could be somewhere else and maybe he'll be a lot better than he was and learned from that experience. Because that's winston has to do from the tampa what you have a year. You don't have to deal with the pressure and you have a deal sometimes..
"winston" Discussed on Speak For Yourself
"Nfl history and his first five seasons nineteen thousand yards. Seven hundred thirty seven yards a whole bunch lead. Nfl in passing yards. If y'all remember in two thousand nineteen turned the ball over but he led the league in impasse yards. Buccaneers had a top ten. Total offense and yards and four or five seasons with winston. Starting these are these are things that we're talking about page sean. Payton saw firsthand. He's all these things first-hand because they're in the same same division so when you think about what sean payton was filling. He was getting when he got jameis. Winston you mentioned emotional maturity the emotional maturity was probably the one piece one ingredient that jameis winston was missing when he came to this new orleans saints team and that's probably the only reason why he didn't command top dollar as as a free agent free agent talent so when i look at the whole entirety of this situation tastes them. Hill wasn't paid to be the starter when he got that big contract. Tell you some hill was paid to be tastes hill for what he represents to the new orleans saints which is the utility man. They expect him be the same guy that he's been since he's been with the new orleans saints. Which is a guy that comes in situationally. As a quarterback can play different positions can even possibly at the time if you need so play special teams for this team. He will continue to be that utility guy for this new orleans saints team and due to his compensation i don't think tastes them hill. We'll have any problem considering that. His role is solidified. The way that it is with this roster and with this team lavar with all of that. I just don't know that. Sean payton knew that jameis winston could have the growth emotionally. Did joyce decision making that. Starting quarterback agree right agrees. Oh tastes in hell. I believe was a little bit more than we just. We're going to pay you to be a utility guy. You're always going to be utility guy. I think it was a safety blanket. I think it was if the jameis winston experiment does not work. Then we do have a guy that we can put out there as our starting quarterback and i do believe they're going to be times we're tasting hill is still going to play that sean. Payton at times is going to mix and match. But if i'm going to start one or the other. I can't go to jameis winston off of the bench. I can't reverse those roles. James has to be my guy and again i. It's not just the well. The emotional maturity kind of covers everything because it does affect the decision making on the field and he was that gunslinger. He was always trying to make the huge play. Even when the huge play wasn't there to be made. And i can't still can't get over. Like i remember the guy who ate his fingers. Winning thing does but.
New York Knicks' Nerlens Noel Sues Rich Paul
"Apparently nerlens. Noel is suing rich paul rich. Paul of course is the famed agent of lebron james. Ben simmons anthony edwards go on and on download a lot of marquee clients but one of his clients at one point was nerlens. Noel and nerlens left his agent neuro. Well left his agent to become a part of the clutch family if you will but after. He left clutch after he left for clutch. They basically didn't really help them get very much of a contract and he ended up losing. He passed on a four year. Seventy million dollar deal because rich paul. At i convinced him that he could get more and then basically didn't do didn't didn't get him much of anything and so. He is now suing rich. Paul for all of the losses with his money.
New York Knicks' Nerlens Noel Sues Rich Paul, Klutch Sports
"Nerlens. Noel is suing rich paul rich. Paul of course is the famed agent of lebron james. Ben simmons anthony edwards go on and on download a lot of marquee clients but one of his clients at one point was nerlens. Noel and nerlens left his agent neuro. Well left his agent to become a part of the clutch family if you will but after. He left clutch after he left for clutch. They basically didn't really help them get very much of a contract and he ended up losing. He passed on a four year. Seventy million dollar deal because rich paul. At i convinced him that he could get more and then basically didn't do didn't didn't get him much of anything and so. He is now suing rich. Paul for all of the losses with his
Ben Affleck Caught Browsing Engagement Rings
"Guys could a benefit engagement. Be closer than we think. Ben was just at tiffany's looking at engagement rings with his mom and son. But i gotta ask and ben was really looking for a ring. Would he do it in such a public way. I think he thought that his life so please explain. I'm so not about this. I said from the beginning. It's very weird. I have no shade towards ben jen. I'm happy that they've found each other and they're back together but he doesn't do it for me the way it does it for everybody else. I don't have that same nostalgia. I really loved them then. And i'm just like. What is this like weird sloppy recycling. He this nobody's just like your ben affleck. You aren't casually at century city mall in tiffany's getting that shot that's clearly a setup blah blah blah blah. But that's not. this is not ben. affleck is from boston. he's a cool guy. He's not just like strolling in tiffany's when he's being followed by roxy to glance at a ring like it's either a setup situation or he wants us to talk they want us to talk about it and that's what makes me feel like the authenticity. Not that they don't love each other. Which is something about the way this. They're playing into the president. It's just turns me off a little bit pick. He wants to make this happen. He messed up the first time. He's gonna make sure it happen. Candy going to ring in a private place conflict. You can harry. Winston tiffany co fulbari. Any other come to your house and show you diamonds but you gotta realize there's still another man out there that she was about to marry and he's sitting on the car that he gave her like a dorm took it away. I should say nine a lot to do with not about us but much to do about iraq
"winston" Discussed on Get Up!
"The the individuals in question are saying. And marc spears interprets. It and tells you what he thinks. They're really saying so. We're going to start in chicago with bears. Coach matt nagy talking about quarterback andy dalton and he's decision making has been has been really good. You know we we. We had some plays where he's he's made some plays that maybe couldn't or shouldn't have been able to make any has but We just wanna continues. We like what he's doing right now with the ones in practice but we also like were justin's at and seeing him grow and so that's what we got to kind of talk through these next couple weeks. That's what maggie said. What you hear so go. We gotta talk about these game plans here. We go get. Justin feels ready to be the starter. Andy dalton is a great guy like personality like his attitude is fight about the qb one in his time. now he's going to be a hell of a backup and a great sounding board for just the fields as the season goes along. That's what mad naked needed to say. That's what he meant to say. And eventually we go see him. Say it'd be all right next in foxborough bill. Belichick asked what it will take for someone to overtake cam newton as the starting quarterback we we all have to reestablish every year our level performance and our competency and and you know the guys who have been there. Somebody has to show that. They're better than them or that player has to be unavailable all right and that's that's the way it is that every position that's not it's not unique to any position. It's that's the way it is across the board arcus. What's bill saying there man. listen. I love camping. I have a great affinity for him. But i'm a big lebron fan. Digi so i'm gonna let lebron speak for me. This is what bill belichick was saying. Hmm that's what he's saying. Man be better the more grow better than the guy that's in front of you and you could take over his thoughts back out five days. I love cam. I gotta play the best player. That's all bad. Finally today and lebron says aaron rodgers hosted jeopardy for a couple of weeks off season. They asked him would. He have accepted the job if they'd offered it to him full-time if they offered the job. That you've taken it. Yeah definitely would've they would've figured out a way to work. It may work my schedule. Yeah sure listen listen. We just press balls. I'm host jeopardy when i retire. We're not sad to leave or go through another connection with the green bay packers. I'm gonna go hosted. Listen jeopardy already. Tried to hire people it did workout. They get somebody else in there until i retire and then i'm gonna go host jeopardy. I'm probably make more money than i made playing football. Which is crazy to swag who's mind. That's what they just holding the spot on playing man whenever that's going to be right more money and you don't have to worry about getting hit. That's it for swag who says with a special appearance this week. Lebron james later today we're gonna have to more little league world series elimination games from williamsport pennsylvania. All starts at three eastern noon pacific both games also streaming live on the espn app. One app one tap coming up on get up. Janus winston went off against the jaguars. Does this mean the saints for a bigger threat than we thought. We'll talk about.
"winston" Discussed on Get Up!
"Up the saints starting job just things were looking good for cam. Newton in foxborough put a misunderstanding. Opened the door for the rookie. And we'll tell you what tom brady said this week. That should have the rest of the nfc. Very nervous up starts right now. Welcome to get up this tuesday. I'm dan grazziano here at the seaport filling in for greenie and thrilled to be joined a talk a little football by this group of guys. I got marcus speared sam. Acho gift darlington. We are one day. Closer to real. Nfl football and we begin this morning with a preseason game from last night in new orleans jameis winston got the start of made a big time statement in this battle with tastes them hill for the starting job saints hosting the jaguars janus winston got. The star has got it last week. I drive winston. Fires strike striked john johnson for a saints. I down moving the offense early and confident a few plays later. Here's where it got real good winston fakes. A handoff and finds marquis. Galloway makes an incredible catch in the endzone. For forty three yard touchdown winston. Calloway fired as you might expect later. In the quarter winston on his third drive at night feeling good driving jaguars territory calloway. Again his second touchdown of the game take another look winston making his case in just the first quarter is up nine for ten for one hundred twenty three yards and two touchdowns on three thrives tastes them hill looking to follow that up with magic of his own on his first drive. He tries to evade the pressure but he does not. He brought down in the backfield for a nine yard. Lost sean payton. Not excited about the way that went hill would settle in late in the third quarter the little jordan humphrey who leaps for the touchdown catch winston on the sideline applauding hills touchdown. The nice catch by humphrey and see it again. Here youthful catch by humphrey saints receivers helping out the quarterback hill eleven for twenty one hundred thirty eight yards and one touchdown saints win twenty three to twenty one. Here is saints coach. Sean payton on the quarterback..
Joe Biden Makes Jimmy Carter Look Like Winston Churchill
"Biden is making jimmy. carter looked like winston churchill. Jimmy carter was here. Roic by comparison during his abysmal presidency. This is unreal unreal and the media does not know what to do. The never trumpers don't know what to do. The never trumpers are literally scrambling to now. Condemn joe biden. You can't have it both ways. Powell you gotta you own this. You helped deliver. Joe biden to the american people you did everything to batter and destroy an eviscerate. The trump presidency. So you own it you break it you buy it you break it you buy it and we are broken right now.
RIP to America's Prestige
"Walter. Russell made in the wall. Street journal begins his column. You were given the choice between war and dishonor. You chose this honor and you will have war. Winston churchill's words to neville chamberlain following the munich agreement echo grimly across washington. This week as the by administration reckons with the consequences of the worst handled foreign policy crisis since the bay of pigs and the most devastating blow to american prestige. Since the fall of saigon american prestige is very important not for ego reasons but because american prestige is the guardian of liberty in the world. Joe biden believe three things about afghanistan. I that he could stage dignified an orderly withdrawal from america's longest war. By the way you know we had. I believe twenty five hundred soldiers. We had no no not one soldier died then one american military person this past year. What what was the necessity of leaving. Everything that is happening is was completely predicted predictable. I predicted it. That's in print. And i'm i'm not a prophet. I'm just not a leftist
"winston" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"Was out We did eventually stopped putting him in a penny so he had his little foldout couch thing that slipped on and put a pin around it so that he couldn't wonder in the house anymore because i didn't. I just didn't want him to do that anymore. With bothering me but there was one not Before we started using the pan and dead bane some electrical fault in stove and had started to catch fire on waited ni- because it was like midnight And we were sleeps and he kinda wake me up. And as i got closer to the kitchen he was blocking and reacting and i went in realized that there was the story was on fire and i intend 'electricity often we replace it the next day or arranged replacement the next i in any modified damage but effect. He detected that me up. I was grateful for potential. Yeah absolutely does. Also and i wanted to buy his reactions. I think he still would have if that had happened when he was in a in a crate or pen that he still would have alerted us but wouldn't have been as obvious. I guess multicolored belong to wake up or whatever. 'cause hit. He literally came in headbutted bay suck. He's my face to wake me out And i'm sure he would still found a way probably would have just stepped over the pain. 'cause honestly it wasn't a big pain that was just for big dog was kind of ridiculous but he was pretty good with boundaries and stuff but roxy and all the foster dogs will always cry trying to that was certainly one thing looking back house like. That's probably the one thing. I wish i'd done But he would have looked into crichton. It's to that horrible noise licking noise. So i did have to teach him a stop. It wasn't just a it was stop. So i stopped just meant whatever. You're doing now stop it. Okay thank you but yeah certainly certainly lots of lessons to the pulling the closer for line you know. Try to the old wives tiles of tabasco sauce and chili and digging halls. I tried putting his prepayment and all those things but also is things all told me something in the detaining out to like tabasco sauce was crazy but he was pretty frayed by divided. Yeah crazy crazy like spicy food. But yet he still had his brain fought by midstream. If he actually told me the one thing i do. And i probably should this route from the. The one thing he told me was patients. Everything was on winston time and if you got frustrated brain fought so he thought you were frustrated with him. He couldn't listen. He stopped being able to listen to you and it was suddenly just every form of payment that you could possibly imagine and anything. I've taught him so. I did take him a few tricks. You know like shake hands and kroll on the floor and do circles and things like that. He would just offer everything that had ever been taught in case. That was the thing you wanted. But he wouldn't listen so we're told him a move because he he had this day guy another habit he had a habit of lying always and if you went to step over him that would be the segment. He stood up. And so you'd end up being knocked. So i told him a move. So that if you're in the dole. I asked as it just means move out of the way and he was great at it but if you were already coming from a place of frustration he would have these little shot of adrenalin and couldn't couldn't he say that so Hammer my husband had some good old times with my husband's screaming at him to just damn we'll move out of the way while he's doing spins in circles and offering poor and that want any of those things so he actually forced you to kind of stop embrace and that is also translated so i will to my work because that's also what i take every body say you queue and then stop from breathe and give them a chance to make the right decision and that also helps with their learning longer term because they they're making the decision and then you're paying them for it it sticks much better and so taking me that patience and being able to ride myself back in has been psyche so all his bad habits were actually good looking back from from different points of view. Yeah and the oldest things. I missed now. Obviously you know. I'd give anything to hear him blink himself again as disgusting that sound. Wolves and noise prints on the glass every in this house. I still haven't gotten all the nice prince and they're still nice prints in my car windows some of it. I just can't bring to remove because it's all he's he's remnants that he used to do that thing where he'd presses noise on the glass if he saw you coming in these lips go find. You'd see little teeth in there and it was just the cutest thing and all those things that you and him lying in the way and having to ask him to move so i could walk down the hallway to go to the bathroom and kim going on. What are you doing. And we're going to the bathroom now and always just waiting mayor and being so happy to see me. Last with my health. I had to spend three or four weeks in hospital. And you know i come hymen. Oh yeah mums. Harman's it's just and then he got in my way and he promptly sat on me. And i was still you know had a major surgery nine might e katsuta me. Sorry but he missed that awesome. Yeah it was the boy. I had siamese nicknames many thank you very very much for sharing all about winston and through we did and yes. It was all over the place. And i'm sure there's things that i miss sighing. And but yeah thank you. He'd be really did change. My life and a speaking about him is an. It's an honor to listen to everything that you've said. Thanks thank you very very much again guy. I didn't even cry till the joint to let people know where they can contact and sure about stuff. You do show so so. My dog training businesses named personality so like personality but with polls i guess 'cause i did want to represent as a pit china that i not about mike and robot someone to cape the dog's personality i guess So yes i'm on all the socials mine websites personality combat use us pay w. s. o. n. a. l. i. t. y. dot com and. I'm post analogy on facebook. Post a you on instagram. And just musi divy on twitter comment on twitter Gotta confess and i've also personality on youtube but there's not much there just a few things from poppy school At this time but yeah And winston also inspired my leg. I so my lego is a hot with three poll prints on and the biggest pawprint is absolutely instance. Right there be very very much again. Thank you and have a good night. And we'll talk saying toge- thanks so much. I really.
"winston" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"Guess understanding exactly what Worked at the times. We just put those historic packets that you can get where the rates the corner out of the packet and then it's good and i've made sure that i threw them in places in our garage that i thought were inaccessible to winston and one day i went down into the garage and it was a packet that had been ripped open And it had it had like bite marks like a rat would make and most of the contents was gone. St- and i'm not sure i guess technically if he actually ate it but the packet was secondly in his mouth and wet with his saliva. And i certainly wasn't gonna take any chances with that site. Yes we rushed him to the emergency vet and They did say that he. He initially presented some clotting issues so it's probable that he did eight it but by the time we found we found it was too far to make him vomit. It said they have to just put him on. That causes vitamin k and monitoring clotting for a couple of weeks. We had to do that. And after that. I did research and found out that razzek sexually palatable it has to base that the rats It but doug sauce. I find it palatable and once they've eaten at once they more likely to return to it. So we obviously bandit from our home after that and if any reps decide to take up residence in our garage again We'll just let the cats go down there. I think many other trips to the. Oh yes. yes actually. I fit treat when we moved at. He wasn't gripe the the vet said Lucky to get us out of him and didn't like that but anyway So we didn't go back to that one but he he he did. He did love one or the other doctors at that particular practice. We used to always book in and asks her and she was probably the same size. Same lovely little lady. But i swear his risks were bigger than he and his actually So it was. It was quite funny to watch him. And giving vaccination and things like that but yes he. The rep sec Just trying to think what else we did think he had bloat one day And we were on our way to the emergency vet when he vomited and attend. he had just eaten How much mom said she bought a five kilo bag of compost. And he just that all out of the god so he had five kilos of compulsively any stomach and that's why he felt he can was drooling and was bloated looking. Exhibiting all the symptoms And really thirsty dribbling and dry reaching in able to calm and all that kind of stuff all that containing stuff and yes half. I in the car. He vomited and felt instantly. Better and i could tell straightaways vomited. He's better but we still went all the way and she did some ups on him and said yeah looks like if he's if he's vomited. It's not blight. Anyway because you know tens on itself an icon actually physically but Yes we looked at what the vomit was and she was like. Yeah it's compost crichton. Good he did like eating. He was extremely. Friedman invited but everything was delicious to him. Tonight is sometime. Choke sometimes lied right next to the fence. And she's head through and ate the knicks old role in the murphy could say he had very sensitive skin and a very sensitive stomach as well so Mosquito bites he would react to. He had like a high favor. Reaction and skin would come up in lumps so they did. Some biopsies on his lumps in at ten. Yes it was just an allergy to something him. what else. Oh and then with the fultz yes. So he had many wounds patched up he had Hey metabolism by easiest. Sorry had the x ray feel steetch too easy to get the cartilage to ray join. And so he had a little bit of collie flaring the disease And roxy managed to perform completely naughtily freak accident any one of their fights. She managed to pull out his jugular at of a full millimeter hall. Wow so it was like microsurgery. The vet said. If you hadn't told me doug done that. I would believe you say completely not freak accident that had tooth colder pulled it out Yeah And she was just quick up himself. He was always on the receiving end. He got her good a couple of times. But it was my sleep for that and that that's the one that sticks in my memory Genuinely thought we were going to lose him that day that she got he's shug gila he lost so much blood but he came straight That it was such a like. I said freak accident and they said look like microsurgery. I needed to Quarter is the vine by didn't he didn't even have stitching like house was perfectly fine after that. Yeah complete not a freak accident but he if he if he likes vet Older veterans is always gave him traits. He was really very popular at the vet that one that he didn't like that once he was excited he loved his car. Rods two yeah gone somewhere with mom. Yeah i get trades. Yeah now we're going higher in the In the old head of volkswagen golf. That was actually a company car again. Don't tell the people that are in the car but Hey just right in the backseat on the linda in that car. Then i left that job because of winstons inspiration to go and work in the animal industry. Bless him Got a commodore wagons. That he would ride in the back of the wagon Looking out the window obviously restrained with rope to the cargo. Amy and then I got my current holden. Colorado the the that i use for by business. And he just ride in the back seat got one of those dog hammocks Hole in the state. Just ride in the back seat and so he could always still kiss me. Give me alex and all that stuff in the back of the borough north did during the longer trips. Yes oh my sister lives usually just outside of cambrian captains flat and cy. When we gotta visit her he'd come for the ride and Yes that's a couple of three hours. I think to get there by the time you get off. The highway garage kept flat into camera. A couple of times with me as well Love to beat over trip. He was really good actually he. He was very very popular sometimes. I took him does well to A couple of clients and things up to the blue mountains and numb in the city to park that dog friendly talk. Everybody goes He came with me for one of those rods. High bush over water series bain fi places in sydney..
"winston" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"Dog dot com. Thank you very much for finding the show. Welcome back if you've listened before and welcome if this is your first time odd also locked site another. Thank you and that is to all of you that Sharing this program with your friends whether that's heating the share button on the divorce you're listening to it on or if you're physically talking about how awesome dogs are and all the great dogs that you heard about on this podcast. Thank you very much again. My guest this week will be masa divey. But i in some doggy news if you are in the. Us in the boise oughta area and you do buy whatever reason. Lose your dog. You can contact a group of three ladies cold ladies and the trap Voluntee- group that will help you in putting up Dog posters as well as setting up traps and they've Sifi in the euro sided. They've been going have helped more than a hundred dogs. Get back home safely. I if you now of. I volunteer organization doing something similar. And you'd like me to give them a plug. Just let me know because doing acre right job. Now you gotta love marketing and a lot of people are looking for different nations especially now in cairo times when a lot of people are staying home with the dogs a lot more so a few companies seem to be marketing bees and wines full pets and Yea look just make sure you read. What's on the label. An consult your vet before trying to have a potty with your dogs now this week's interview welcome to their dog. Podcast on he with mafia diaby halyard saving. I'm well thank you. You why am tremendous. They've been better now that Chatting with yourself. Finally it's been a little while but not going to be worth it to let people know. Who are we going to talk about this evening. Against talk about winston who was quite an influential dog in in in my history and might be emotional because i did lose naipaul. She say. I think i'm ready to talk about him but he he's definitely a worthy object absolutely and we'll just take no awesome easy side. Thanks the usual oth- gonna ask you to go back in time and talk to us about the the house and wise that you guys connected so a little bit of background. I guess Well the story probably starts with charlie who was a cattle dog mix. I rescued sometime in the ninety s And have always been involved with dogs. Grow dogs and things like that but charlie was the first that was mine And at fourteen. Well he he. He was with me when we met. When i met my husband and he had some problems The reason he was rescue. I think because he he couldn't round up the horses and being a healer was actually healing the and one million dollar racehorses say he wasn't suitable for the job that he was purchased four so he came into my care at about eight months old and had never really. I don't think bain socialize with humans Things like that so he was my festival. It was originally with a view to rehire him but he stayed of course and he had his shoes one of which was quite possessive of me and We did have a few runnings with other dogs. My sister's dog Another dog that way heads. And my mom's dog i guess And a few other dogs that he tried to kill. And when i met my husband he had a chihuahua. Or and i thought for sure that was going to go badly But it turned out. Day was really accepting of her and Was her bodyguard. And i had a really great relationship and she she lived to be in her mid twenties and we lost them both in the same year so he he ended up with austere sarcoma And he was diagnosed in december. She was in her twenties and had hot mammoth and most of her life and her hop finally filed in something like january february in two thousand eight and then i lost winston in about april. Two thousand sorry. Not winston charlie and we go. I'm already getting the names mixed up Charlie in april an about april. Two thousand tonight so we got three months of with. Ucs we basically went with palliative care because it was in his skull so it was pretty much inoperable To get clean marginality skull by would have had to take some of these brain. And he's i and stuff so that wasn't an option at the time and Yes my husband and i ha- having the two extremes i guess a tiny little chihuahua and a medium sized cattle dog mix we with thinking about what kind of dog we get an ex very cautiously and we wanted something in between originally and we had friends that bread jack russells and my sister was agreement and she's also involved with bagel rescue. And so we were looking at bagels and all that kind of stuff and it would have been about a year later. I was getting really antsy. I needed another dog in my life. Being a dog person growing up with them and we went down the shop and it was the An outside that shop they had a dog food donation being the local animal charity. Which just happened to be animal. Welfare lake local branch and i had the pitches of the dogs available for adoption on the side of the doug donation being. We used to always put food in there whenever we did some shopping as well And winston drew my eye a large. He i think he had reached cross on his adoption profile. About twelve months old at the time And just something about his pizza spoke to me. I are pretty much immediately. Ring animal welfare league and it was around a stock said that were kind of close. It took them a little while to get back in touch with us. But on easter sunday we met the lady joanne at one of the local boarding kennels where he was dying he had been staying property but she had been traveling for a wedding or something so he was in the boarding kennels so we went and met him there and he was initially a little standoffish. And a little. Bit scared of dane. He had some issues with with men but I was instant. He was a big much. Bigger than i was expecting He was already something like thirty eight kilos at about twelve months of age.
"winston" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"When i watched. Yeah i want to get into that. Because i've been spending a Since i've done the podcast started at seven years ago. It's always about sort of how we we're all raised and what kind of movies we grew up on as you know. I asked you for a comfort movie. I've been asking folks congress movies in the last year especially in zero needed comfort on before we get to your movie. Don't reveal it yet because it's reveal Just talk to me about how you were raised in the arts or not like. Was that part of your life from your family. What were you into commute snapshot will you were as a kid. I wasn't raised explicitly in the arts. I was raised. I would say around incredibly creative people and life being art as it is like. I was really connected in that way so i grew up in trinidad and tobago until i was about ten. And those were the most formative years that i think really started manifesting in my teens to adulthood so in the caribbean it's life is art. The way people say things that everyone uses idioms every single day all day. You know my mother. I grew up hearing her say. I don't hold watson my mouth right. Which means she doesn't keep her mouth close is she had malt water in her mouth because she talks so much she keeps it real so much. All the water would fall out already that storytelling. Yeah right that's an interesting way to say something that you could say directly. Which is i. I don't shut up you can't you can't shut me up. But instead she'll say i don't hold wartime my mouth you know poetry it's evocative restore your coming from the caribbean. I was literally exposed to poetry. And that's one of the super super powers of coming from you know Immigrant communities is that you have all these cultural norms that when you come into cultures like them like the american dominant culture where expected to jump into the melting pot. Lose all that and become american. Sometimes you lose sight of that but that was my life. My life was storytelling. Life was very verbose. My life was filled with like super colorful character and that was art that was performance and now looking back i can see that so clearly like everything you know my neighbors would get into fights and you know it was very lake. formative right would never attack each other. But someone will pull out a machete waving around. I'm like scraping it on the ground. When come over here if you come. You're done today a done today. I swear to god. He'll like draw a line being crossed. I if you cross this line. I swear i will slit yet to route and they would talk like that and that was a regular argument right. So that's how people argue. You know what i mean as long gonna follow through. I suppose it's all good. I mean no one went to jail. But that's the kind of drama. That's that's that's you know. What do you call that melodrama. Yes yes that's a world. Where melodramas real. I come from a world magical realism. Every single thing right. I was told because we i grew up on the beach. You might uncles would tell me if the ocean ever spoke to me. Don't go in the ocean of spoke to don't go in the ocean never spoke to. Don't listen and definitely. Don't go in adhere stories of a woman who was taken by Mermaids like she just went she disappeared. Her husband died and she would talk to the ocean every day and they under slippers one then never seen again and she would always talking about these beautiful women that she would see by the ocean and like she will go and talk to them she would hear voices on talked to them in the ocean and everyone was a yeah she sees mermaids she sees mermaids she disappeared that was the story that's magical realism. Is it happening or is it not. Is it real as not you know what i mean. Yeah you were destined for this. This stuff on the screen pales in comparison to the story. You're telling me a little bit so it's kind been my life. That was my childhood. So once i finally got into movies and i got into movies once i moved to the united states and that was inside a lot. A new country had a mother that was working most of the time so she just had to you go home from school. I left food for you. Prepare your food occupy yourself. Do your homework until i got home. I'd be watching movies. You know my vhs or reading comic books. It's really funny and brooklyn was a cool comic bookstore Owned by this korean family. And i think they're american name was the winstons. I was called. Winstons winstons. Comic bookstore right comic book shop and miss winston would give me free comics. She just liked me and it was decided that was. My child had written a bunch of comic books and watching. Tv and watching a lot of sitcoms and Reading books like it was like really cool. You know what. I mean that thing and i got into movies because i just watch so much. Tv you know. So if if. I had predicted like out of a thousand movies what comfort movie. You're going to pick. This would not have made the top one thousand the one you selected have seen it. You probably wouldn't have. And you know what i consider myself a sin. I know this movie. I've never seen this movie. You stumped me. And i was gonna watch it last night winston this isn't even available in any streaming service that car that that time for. God i mean this was a big movie i remember at the time it was a sleeper tells jokes. What movie was your comfort. Movie my comfort movies waking that divine and it's one of those movies that i watch it over and over and over i watched it. I think i've seen it maybe fifteen times and it's one of those movies where if i tell someone to watch it i'll just say forget it. Come over as watching together. Or i'll be like i'm gonna come over and i'll watch it with because i enjoy it every single time and i love it because the characters teach me things that i literally used for my work today. Which is there's no such thing as a small role. Every single character feels as if they're coming from someplace or they're off to someplace else they're all completely lifted so no.
"winston" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail
"I think the fact that they Appealing to a younger and younger audience. I suggests to me that it's it's it's a lot more than just winston. Peters winston peters clearly is still a very charismatic figure but these no hugely polite way to put this. He's old he'll be saving come in. They're very few people who is still at the big powers when cbi years old. Joe biden joe biden. You'd say the biggest. Beth was the any talk at all about six zeeshan planning about what the mid to long-term avenue zealand. I know there wasn't that levers and you know people talked about succession planning with winston patients for about a decatur and he still. Here is that Is it a pointless conversation who knows i don. I don't really see new zealand. I being a thing. Winston decides that he's done. Do you know. I really don't because like you look at. I mean the. Dpd later at the moment is featured hepatitis. Well how much of the country it schley. How many people in this country now. He preached hepatitis. Seriously i'm the alternative is shine joins while i'm shine. Shine stood really badly. And the northland sage and there is. That's home for him. That's you know it's people who know him love him. And that's where. He has delivers a lot through the provincial growth fund over the last three years and and they didn't find from so i'm just not convinced the these some magical person who isn't currently with the party who's going to suddenly decided you know what the new zealand i lay. Ship is for me and just rock up one day and be the savior So you have to look within the party. And i'm just not convinced. The membership is amiss of mess of support by Around ron mac. And he's been with the you know pretty much since its beginning Age hey hey was. The deputy leader until fletcher temperature took over But mark would have been at either and you know he's given up on the path. He's he's not even a member anymore. He's decided that he's done and he's decided that the he's done. So when you've got people. Like ron deciding. It's either and tracy martin who appear in mind tracy. Martin was pretty much here in him. Mother with the reason that new zealand food bacon in two thousand one. I mean they walked out of the family garage between two thousand and two thousand and eleven to get that party big into parliament and she has also the party and given out so you just kind of guy. What's what does the are afterwards compata-. I'm just not convinced.
"winston" Discussed on The Art of Manliness
"A chauffeur driven bentley. flowers Drink key when he stayed in a hotel heat. Stay in the mazda swayed and this went wrong side like a ferocious appetite for drink and sex and eating there's extrordinary descriptions him always grubbing he score pope chopping brought the typo and he keyed with. He never stopped talking when he was Eaten at high school there were other people that actually throw him out of a window to see if he would stop talking. And i love him out the window so in crashed to the ground and he just carried on talking but mostly it was arguments was arrogant. He was clever and he thought he knew better than anyone else was. Never afraid of speaking up. Which is a really admirable quality sometimes but kelly cook him to of trouble and this also he starts seeing like what people described as those bloody rose between winston and ran off. What kind of arguments would they get in. I mean basically it would be a yelling matches essentially. Yeah i mean the team loved each other mean really deeply loved each other and i think that love meant that. Oh that affection commotion meant that most time they would like adoring couple. You know they tell each other how wonderful they were They spend they spend weekends in each company that go on holiday together. They go drinking together. They eat in restaurants together. They plot together. They'd go hunting together that close proximity meant that when things went wrong that was so charged they went really really wrong and they with two men just got gun show in tempus netted run of control himself when he lost his temper in Chaz he stole winston had exactly the same folds and the arguments they had wherever tiny things. They were seed slights. They were like you sort of tumultuous romantic relationship that they could be jealous of each other. They could be jealous if they could be disapproving of his behavior and then very often. Winston was brilliant bringing about together He founded his son's friendship and his sons love couldn't bad the anything could stand in the way ostrich huge document winston would bear found gang. Cartier's the by a bracelet or watch for his son to try make up but there were times when their kids precise face. The pain winston's wife and run. Those mother refused to be in the same room. must have been terrified to say it by bake banned by drank a by loud voices thereby sure of themselves and they didn't care what anyone else thought about them or speed of clementine. Like this was another this added to the tension between with churchill randolph. Because clementine was extremely protective of winston churchill. She even said that. Like my whole life now once they got married like devoted to churchill winston in his career. And like randolph. Got in the way of that in clementine. I mean she it kinda. i mean. She didn't really like her son. I mean not that i like. She didn't like randolph at all. I mean what was that relationship. Like between randolph clinton's randolph resented his mum mother for pouring everything she had into his father and it was very leftover for the other children and i don't think he ever favor for that and as far as team is concerned. I think she sold randolph. Incarnation build west parts for her husband. She admired winston immensely but she listen knew that he was susceptible to extravagance gambling and drinking and anitta. She thought run. The was a bad influence. Have his father which is sort of a strange way behind the world. And i think She was deeply jealous of him. Because winston in brenda for years clearly privileged him over anybody else including her she. She thought that she was at the center of his life. And then as randolph twenties. She realizes that she's being pushed to its edges. And i think she found that very hard and so they win in a sense. They are in constant competition for winstons affectionate. Love and attention on that mended. That relationship was incredibly uneasy suspicious. And did it affect the clementines and winston's marriage like was there tension there because of randolph. I think for longtime because winston unin in what was going on and in anyone else's head or heart apart from his own i think he didn't notice but as time went on i think became. Maybe the only significant argument that he and had you know they this. This was the one thing in marriage. The friend to push them apart. Because i'm has long successful bond Fifty years but randolph was the anything became between them because clementine The rundle could potentially be the end of winston. The with randolph could be the reason that winston wouldn't go onto to achieve over his dreams until she did everything she could to try and protect winston from his son was. Winston was obsessed with randolph. He wanted to spend as much time as he could with them. He wanted to do everything he could to help. Run off and so they two views. They couldn't be reconciled. Quick break for words more sponsors using talks based feels a little like having a therapist in your pocket being able to reach out to your therapist or psychiatrist anytime from anywhere makes taking care of your mental health easy. It'd be more relaxed when traveling knowing that.
"winston" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Not going to go there. Rick but she just went the. Go you need to go I'm ready I got running shoes. Alvarez British dying. To You I. Give it to you. This way Michael Jordan is a Cobra. And Lebron James is the BOA constrictor. Michael Jordan is GONNA strike. Perfect finals, and you're GonNa just have like unblemished success, but you. Lebron that BOA constrictor. WHO's touching every stat line that she all around is go take. His time to circle is prey. Is GonNa. Take his time to to pull you in, but it's going to be the same fate brother whether you struck me like Jordan or you just take the time to suffocate me to come to the. A who you are, this argument reminds me and every time we were in the locker room. Talk about who's the greatest running back of all time. And I was like. Are we really going to have this conversation is Barry Sanders, but then all you would hear because sports fans are prisoners of when they were impressionable, those younger years when you were still buying sneakers and listening to music before you can go out and try and break curfew those years so when I say Barry Sanders I kept here Jim Brown because of folklore and him playing against those little tiny liming out there and I would hear Emmett. Smith because Smith had the three rinks brother. I don't WanNa get into a folklore, conversation or championship deficit conversation because that conversation had fourteen accomplishment not into vigils. We asked me WHO's the greatest. Running back is Barry Sanders. We asked me who's the greatest basketball players. Is Michael. James Lebron. I'm not sure. Davis listed is making a I start in New Orleans, but he's also making some pretty outlandish statements. We'll tell you what to make them. Welcome back to speak for yourself from the crib presented by Andre, Marcel while he joined once again by the bar errands. It heals spikes. Let's move to New Orleans off. We're Jameis. Winston is trying to start over after a disappointing run in Tampa, performer top hick may not have lived up to expectations, but he's still got plenty of confidence in himself. Maybe a little too much competent, some say in a new profile and bleacher report. James didn't hold back. Explain it well. I know what I'm worth. And I know day in and day out without publicly coming in saying that historically I'm one of the best quarterbacks to play the game. To Kill? You like this confidence James. Set aside. Do not like this Cup I, don't. I don't I don't like this statement. I love this statement and this is the reason why. You look at what he was able to do. Last year he knew he was not going to be based at all and when he was able to put up numbers the eight month in NFL history when it comes to passing in a single season and like I want to talk about this, and this is something that people really sleep on. He talked about starting earlier this offseason. Changing his diet, which he turned into a beating. Also lost seventeen pounds. Also take it another step. And when he got lake surgery so now, is he the first quarterback timbre? Do that took off season change probably not, but my point is that them saying is that it takes a certain mindset to be able to adapt that type of theory. You have to have that mindset to be able to make everybody who's looking at the outside. Look it in say. Nothing matters to this young man, because only the only thing that he wants to do is to play football, and that's what I see. That's what I hear by him. Be In new, Orleans especially up on the drew brees to really be able to see okay down. Why could see why I took chances? And why should not chances so I love what me and I'm sure? Every teammate on the saints love is addition. would be on this one. Listen I I feel like his I felt like his resume does enough talking for him. It speaks for our. You're talking about a national champion winner and in College, the Heisman Trophy winner in college, a number one overall draft pick in the national football. and has thrown for crazy numbers in the league, and some will say all crazy numbers of interceptions for some strange reason I guess. Maybe it's the crab legs or something that has happened with with James Winston Eaton, Eaton, WS, or whatever I listen, but we started to act as though James Winston is not someone we should take seriously. It's almost like he's the running punchline of a joke. You say Jameis Winston and Let's start laughing about it like I. Don't get that I. Don't get why it turned into that, so I like James Winstons Flex right now. I'm Affleck's saw how many of these starting quarterback in the national football league had the resume that James. Winston has good dude that starting in front of him as a first ballot hall of Famer no doubt, but doesn't. Doesn't have the oil historical resume that James wants then does so listen I, understand where he's coming from, and sometimes the best thing for somebody to do is to look in the mirror, and remind themselves of who they really are could be the major difference and deciding point for James going to New Orleans and.
"winston" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"S. H. E. S. Winston with a why are they have video conferencing so its contact lens quotes and their show room and they can literally produce every anything you want and they never have to come inside your house they they can give you a you know the beautiful screen door where it doesn't look like you're in a prison you know those bars you walk you got it but you know certain houses and looks like a like a prisoner lives there right there's bars and makes the house look horrible makes the neighborhood LocoRoco these actually Winston enhances the look of the house and they even have a quote for the do it yourself to do it the D. I. Y. quote and again over video conferencing the help with pricing and decision and it's it's really the coolest thing the greatest thing we've done to our house since we moved here and it's all contactless it's beautiful screen doors that you cannot get through the Winston security screen doors are tougher than burglar bars and so you don't ruin your curb appeal you actually enhance it and winced in USA security screens are fitted so instead you know there's there's literally yeah I I I I almost can't even describe it which is like really bad for a guy who's doing the commercial right five if you got to see it on their website to just witness how beautiful books and when Adam installed ours I thought that's probably pretty good but I just now every time I walk home and I look at that door I'm knocked off my feet and how great it looks and how secure it is if we left for the weekend and just keep kept our screen door closed I feel totally comfortable that nobody's coming in that house so it's Winston USA that's the website go to Winston USA and and get these doors this is gonna be one of the coolest things you've ever done for your house I know I'm going on and on about this but I can't tell you how cool it is to have these doors winced in USA all right Winston USA dot com wincing with.
"winston" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Casey L. Winston Salem Jerry cans of Pringles as barter not at all or status or you know even if she would have said that for all right yeah she's in good women want but I don't like giving for more on one oh seven five KCL you don't even have to you could just in the morning number one hit music station one oh seven five yeah because the crowd of buyers we can't have anyone in studio.
"winston" Discussed on Bear and a Banjo
"Of choice alongside drums and those simple elements almost became this lo fi modern urban mishmash that. I couldn't quite put my finger on but the more we kept on making music for other people. The more I realized that we should be continuing to make music for ourselves several months into slanting landing all of these projects. Every time we would have one we'd record one song for client and one song for us one song for a client one song for us next thing. I know I have six. Or seven songs. Meet t-bone Burnett and start playing him some of this music and he says this is great. We should make a whole album and at which point it validated. What I thought in my mind that Pooh bear is amazing voice but also a true inroad to the past of music end the present and the future. He is all of those things but he's already told his present music and his future music with all of his amazing pop collaborations with every artist imaginable. But we've never seen what who bear. Sounds like when you strip away all of the modern production and you don't pick up these instruments that are coup stick. You know for me. It's about the simplicity of the story and how his voice tells the story so I'm really there as accompaniment and After we got this project together I then scratch my head and I said we have. These great songs took US several years to assemble not only poo bear's music but the production. That we then t-bone for most of the production of the album t-bone improve air never even really met each other. It was like playing telephone talion record. Bits of a song in my airstream and then I would take it to village recorders where t-bone would be working and we would build these tracks up under his production and oversight and then I play the tracks back for Poo bear and I'd say hey what do you think and eventually we all got in a room and realize that there was an amazing project here but we also were missing one crucial piece. Which is the link to all music? In my opinion the Bob Dylan of it all and I asked t-bone whether or not he thought it would be possible for us to get a lost basement. Tape lyric sheet that. Pooh bear could take and do something. Amazing with and I truly thought that connectivity of the worlds of t-bone myself as you know again jingles part of American music history and and there's a huge heritage and through line that goes from the church good Jingle Writers Tin Pan Alley that. Take you all the way to people like you know. Randy Newman Neil diamond. Some of the greatest songwriters of our time really do start in that place and I've always diminished the role of jingles by even having a lackey name like jingle jared but all of these things coming together and then Bob Dylan On top of all of that I realized that there was a unique American musical story that we could tell and I thought of nobody better than Poo bear as a melody and top line person to take something significant like Bob Dylan lyrics and turn it into something brand new and essentially. I'm telling you all this. Because it's a new model for how bands and how music and how storytellers can converge to do things that haven't been done before in the music business and a business that seen it all done at all and every fat in the world I had to look backwards to look forward and a big moment for Us believing this was going to go into something more real than just us. Making songs was the first time we ever played them. Live in this. Special episode is all about Showcasing what that music sounded like the flash point in the genesis at the point where we were performing at Winston House. We didn't know that there was going to be a podcast. We didn't know that it was going to be an album. We just knew that we were having amazing. Time making this music and it was our first showcase to the world to get people interested in what we're doing and I don't even know if we could have ever predicted what would happen Months and months later that it would turn into something much bigger but we did know that there was a high concept idea. Here we did know that we're feeling a little bit of the strain of the politics of American. We want to make an album reflected race class culture and could look backwards and look forwards at the same time so this is Doing our first ever performance at the Winston House. And if you've never been to the Winston House my friend Cory. Maguire is Founder of it and it's an amazing secret little place in Venice where anyone may show up on any given night and perform music in the past. They've had everyone from tiny emerging acts that you've never heard of all the way up to Ed Sheeran and Justin be reforming there. And it's really cool to see music being brought back in a significant way in La especially on the west side because it's typically not known for that And this performance is three songs. Poo Bear Ni- performing alongside Gabe. Witcher from the punch brothers who Has also really amazing connection a T. Bone he's worked on some of t-bone soundtracks for his biggest projects including True detective and I think he recently worked on Peanut. Butter Falcon which is an award Contender for this year. But the interesting thing is that t-bone set in motion so many things from ecosystem from US meeting the punch brothers to meeting Dennis Quaid through an introduction from Cuba and that he is this awesome silent producer. Connector that that made this happen happened. He was supposed to be there that night. But because of some unforeseen circumstances was not there and without further ado this is the first ever performance of Barrena Banjo live from Winston House performing three songs off the podcast in EP. We hope you dig it ever get. Nobody aren't amazing guys. Welcome to Winston House. If this is your first time inch core wires I would love to say low so biathlon show well special night. My Buddy Jingle. Jared give it up. It's all in the name. It's all in the name. But he is the king of all jingles king all jurors so for those of you that do not know we do. These shows every single Thursday night. We've been doing it for the past few years and the whole idea behind it was that Well I it'd be cool if there's music on the west side because there wasn't any so we started doing it ourselves and then second of all we're meeting so many talented young artists and going to create a spot for them to hang out ensure their music. And so everybody's the beginning. She's only one excited about that. So this project is called barren to Banjo. It is being debuted here for the first time right here first time first time. So I already introduced jingle jared. We have who bear many of you. Know we have a t-bone Burnett produced the record. And they're actually going to be doing a song they wrote with Bob Dylan and amazing thing and so I guess about further. Do going right. Who May Araya right here? Through there guys gave witcher's GonNa blow your mind over here on the Banjo give it up for Gabe witcher alright without further ado bear and a banjo becoming out show.
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"Winston Churchill and his work. Churchill is now assembled the war cabinet and work. There's no obvious opponents sitting within the war cabinet meets three times a week. But what about Churchill how did he conduct his day? He's famously eccentric. In fact, Jonathan let's get to it. It's long been understood biographies of Churchill from the American point of view that he was a high functioning alcoholic did that bother others on the cabinet. I note that Greenwood was regarded as a man who drank too much. Yes. Yes. They said of Greenwood that he couldn't sign his name after two o'clock in the afternoon. Greenwood was not as high functioning and alcoholic as Winston Churchill. Who was an amazingly high functioning alcoholic? Did it bother his colleagues? I don't I don't come across cross reference a cross. Yeah. References to Churchill's drinking too much people are aware of it. But he did he did keep functioning. Now, I could say this alcohol can make you sentimental and Churchill was famously sentimental. And so I think that may be one way in which people could actually see the visible effects of his alcoholism Churchill was capable of giving a speech at moving himself to tears or bring someone else speak and being moved to tears and possibly the alcohol was work. Their manager of men you note that it is overlooked and Churchill's biographer. That he managed all these characters. Extremely well. For example, Bevan Eurocard him. His idea of badness was elephant time. He was a bulldozer human bulldozer. He was also dealing with Babylon is a very effective manager Wolton of food. He was in charge of the food program. He managed Wolton, but he also insulted people casually. He had a nasty sense of humor, and he could bully them. And they all thought he talked too much could anybody control them? No, nobody could ever control with some church. That's a short answer. But but that's the answer because they couldn't control him the cabinet meetings. Were you present them as a wreck for organization? He would just simply talk away. They were meeting three times a week. I think they met Monday mornings, and they met Wednesdays and Thursdays at noontime. And then this is the war cabinet. The inner the larger cabinet was coming and going all the time and Churchill lived mostly in town he stayed in. London, but his sleeping hours were reckless. I I don't understand how other people adjusted to this. He wouldn't he wouldn't get out of bed till noon, though, he would work in bad, and he would and then he would take a nap at five in the afternoon, and he would stay up all night, and this must have exhausted his war cabinet. They they had to resent it. Did they John? Yes, they did resent that. And there are many references to the fact that they're being called in for meetings at midnight or one o'clock or two o'clock in the morning. And also, the the members of the general staff that is the military men resented it. The reason that Churchill could do this Churchill had worked out a schedule for himself. As you say he took a nap every day. And he and and in that way, he put in two eight hour days out of twenty four hours in in a in a cycle. He ate very well. He drank heavily as we've mentioned he could drink cocktails. He would start with champagne he would finish a half a bottle of whisky. It's it's shocking. But I've read the reports of what he had delivered to him when he was living at the White House in December forty-one, so it's all very understandable. He could do that without much activity at the same time the cabinet meetings were not well run. At least my understanding is that it wasn't just Churchill battering them. There were also classed to sanctions and social distinctions, for example Morrison who becomes very important to us. The success of the government is the son of policemen. And he struggles with Sir John Simon who was in cabinet. Walton is a lower middle class, and he is very angry at Bevan who is the up from the working class. Totally. So these men they don't appear to have spent any time together unless Churchill was battering. That's the picture. I get John. Yes. Well, there were there as you say there were real tensions in the in the war cabinet and in the larger cabinet and they were class tension social tensions. They didn't all necessarily like each other. The fact is though that Churchill managed to keep them working together for the duration of the war. And all these men were brilliant man, who understood that they had to overcome their differences at least most of the time if Britain was to survive, they do reach a crisis though in December forty one things are going very badly in in the orient as well. The Japanese are are aggressive towards the English colonies remember before the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. The presumption was that they were going to attack the British empire and the French empire and the Dutch empire in the Indies. They were going to overrun Malaysia and beat back push back the British. That's why Churchill. The war cabinet set out some big ships out to defend Singapore. They will be they will be some very quickly by the Japanese after the attack on December seventh, but I got the feeling as the year wound down this is late forty one that Churchill's run out of excuses explanations and rhetoric that the public is exhausted and clementine rights Churchill a note saying you're being too rough and sarcastic was ready to quit late forty-one before the war before the Pearl Harbor. No, he was never ever ready to quit. He didn't want to quit when he was in nineteen fifty five after he had several strokes. He was not ready to quit. He could be discouraged. But he also I think I should explain they didn't see how they could win the war without the United States. They didn't understand that the Soviet Union was as strong as it was the Soviet Union comes in. Into the war on the side of Britain when Hitler attacks in June nineteen forty one. Yes. But but they were pretty impregnable. In their island. Just that little English channel wasn't enough because they had a great navy and they had a great air force. The Royal Air Force the RAF in part because of the stupendous efforts of Lord Beaverbrook, so long as the Germans could not control the sky. They could not send over the ships to invade. And the RIF wouldn't let them do that. And the navy was strong enough. Also, so that they couldn't really be invaded. They didn't see how they could win. But they weren't going to lose. So Churchill never felt you know that all was lost or something like that. He was always ready to fight another day. And so he never thought about resigning, however, eight nine hundred forty one however the doubts about his ability to manage an effective efficient war executive were loud. And we're going to turn to to figures both of whom were entertained at that time and place as replacements for Churchill when the United States comes in one is a man named Crips who at this point is not part of the labor government. He has been in labor before he's an independent. He's a man whom Churchill says, but for the grace of God there goes God. He's very high minded person, sir. Stanley crypts and the other one is Beaverbrook himself. The book is Johnson nears ministers at war Winston Churchill and his war cabinet. And when we come back where I going to deal with the Crips challenge to Winston Churchill and early forty two and then we'll turn to the Beaverbrook challenge to Winston Churchill leading the war cabinet. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show..