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"don shaw" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Sea one the USS Chancellorsville that's United States Navy staging of freedom of navigation operation in the Taiwan Strait to answer we can presume the people's Liberation Army navy staging its carrier battle group through the same T. what Thailand's stray some weeks past and now this new headline from the people's liberation army's global times this is a fully owned subsidiary of the Chinese Communist Party the global times rumored P. LA drills bland on don Shaw island spark fear in Taiwan so bad Japanese media on Tuesday claimed in a report that the Chinese people's Liberation Army will hold military drills for a takeover of Donncha islands occupied by Taiwan in August captain this appears to be the Chinese threatening Taiwan but if I read your article in the glow in the real clear politics correctly it's about the South China Sea what has China done to assure its domination of this room the water way good evening to you well good evening John thank you so much for having me on tonight you know it's an exciting time it's a sporty time right now in the South China Sea China is quite active you somewhat similar to in terms of the behavior of the types of activities that is done in the past here's what's interesting here's what's going on now it makes things particularly interesting and this is what is impacting not only the South China Sea but in the East China Sea by Taiwan and then further up to the yellow sea China has announced a fishing ban that is going to that is in effect from now until mid August time frame China has had a fishing ban for many years yeah at this time of year it's it normally enforces this fishing ban against its own vessels and stops its own fishing boats from going out but now what it appears to be doing is asserting its own domestic law over the international maritime Commons and you're starting to see China push against international law throughout the South China Sea but also into the East China Sea intermarriage again around the Simpson kaku islands recently and these are all very related activities the other part you raise are about the military activities that are going on it over at the island ever don't shy island which is the Taiwan to call private island this is also a time of year where we're China does exercises but China has been rattling its sabre quite loud in the last few months as this corona viruses spread around the world hi China is not happy right now with how much positive attention Taiwan is getting on the world stage for its response in its effective response to corona virus China wanted to be the mouth piece Beijing want to be the mouth piece of all of China and yet Taiwan showed how to actually address some of the challenges and Taiwan is being is pursuing a greater voice in the international community and Beijing doesn't like it and they're doing their best to trying quite time one down I think the exercise we are about to see down a dorm style and is a bit of messaging to Taiwan say and get back in the box I think that's were were start to see right now down in that region you report there's an ongoing negotiation for a code of conduct with the ten eighteen nations what is that to be sure the code of conduct is actually a set of discussions that has been actually ongoing since nineteen ninety nine occurred back in the early nineteen nineties ultimately in about two thousand two they signed what was called the declaration of conduct and it was a watering down of how you're going to operate in the South China Sea what if peers now is that China is really pushing to have this code of conduct finalized here within the next three to four years what China is sitting at sitting in a position of strength and it is now asserting its domestic laws in trying to control areas of the South China Sea through things like this fishing banned by establishing administrative districts and the more that it can establish control especially of the South China Sea the more it can do emasculate this code of conduct and so as the nations of ASEAN and China finally come to an agreement on a code of conduct it essentially will be ineffective in stopping China from pursuing its objectives of controlling the South China Sea John is not indicated the people's over the contract has not indicated these last years that it will obey international or trans national associations is any reason to believe it would be BDN to this the C. O. C. well which I don't want to do is to water it down to make it so it is not legally enforceable it wants to have an agreement that they can put on the shelf it says Hey we're we get along great with Aussie on partners and if we're getting along great the United States needs to stay out in the United States should not be the country to destabilize the the the relationships in the maritime operations norms standards rules and laws down in the region by getting a code of conduct it has something it can hang on the wall and show the world it is it has the the model for how the region is to operate it can be can therefore push the United States backed out of the region by by saying that it has the model for how the country should operate down in the South China Sea you also indicate that there is an answer to China's aggression in Vietnam house capped well there's some interesting things going on in Vietnam right now one of the biggest things that one of the real notable things that seems to be happening is that Taiwan or Vietnam or Hanoi appears to be considering pursuing legal action against China under the United Nations convention on the law of the sea the arbitral give any seven of the un close is how they pursue it it's very similar to what the Philippines did years ago it appears what Vietnam or what annoys trying to do is to gather all the evidence to be able to put forth a case or put forth a claim trying to push back on Chinese claims down in the South China Sea and make part of Chinese queen inconsistent with international law eat are you know just the way the United States can help in a way and that is let's look at our own records perhaps we have some areas that we can contribute to the noise case we also have a lot of legal expertise and there's some areas that we should certainly be supporting Hanoi with its with its potential legal case so we'll have to see how this one plays out it may be out a few months or even years but Hanoi is certainly moving in that direction the final consideration we have a minute is Japan you mention the Senkaku is episode where white holes that would be the Chinese coast guard although they're all aspects of the P. L. A. navy deliberately provoke Japan is Japan in a position to respond captain your measure we have about a minute Japan is certainly a very strong country with Japan has learned is that China only stands up to brinkmanship so Japan will challenge China at every turn it can and one of the places doing doing that is in the same doctors every time China sends in its Coast Guard ships into the contiguous zone of the territorial waters around the Senkaku islands the Japan Coast Guard there to counter the Chinese presents it to escort those Chinese vessels so Japan is certainly in a position to push back and thank god we have the United States alliance with Japan as well that certainly help Japan in its push back to captain Christopher Sherman U. S. navy active the views are his own as a national security affairs fellow at the Stanford University Hoover Institution he served naval attache in Vietnam and China I'm John bachelor this is the John Batchelor show balance of nature's guys don't miss out on the best deal in town your Loudon county public library card it's here for you whenever and wherever you need it visit the library online to sign up for a temporary card and gain free access to all of the libraries digital resources.
"don shaw" Discussed on Protect Your Chakras
"Bartez of anchor the best APP ever. You know Before is that people here well and you know you help others who gone to it. Waves depression peace happiness relationships and so forth Is a hard to do is very simple. Easy Express Hayfield is a good way to Koi of and help others go through going through a holiday conflict blessings in today's April twenty first. All other standard was going on reality. Will a pupil These rich people. Why here basketball players? Baseball player the government system. You Know Bill Gates always look dumb ass. People who people support you know every year every day and he's evil people. We told him out. Distract you and your lifestyle see when people support the double dave ago goal was able will g g single. Save you the day for one. Let's just keep a railway here right us. Rich people will take your money. was created by taking money. You only care about it so you said bad game wonder. Will you money going to rich people? They don't care about staying them with the net full. You would name one thing I for you. Nothing nothing data. Help you conquer exactly the United Conquer your fear. Your depression stress. The more stress on you did away for you period. Sedan down help us. We show goals. They now hope you to be successful. They not teach you how to job. At how best money? Let's will people get twisted that. See these rich people out here. They don't want so much attention's behind closed doors on TV. They lying face. The rich people are the least. You know midday freemasons whatever need the same people that lying phase. And you WanNa kiss the is or you know. Divide you with black versus white white versus Spanish. You is full. They divided everybody while people was killing. One another why these rich people laughing at you you know our social media. Tv News. Eleven You'll Fox five was such for you know and they sit there just days and yet over TV that TV's mostly brainwash because people laugh the now if you they do they pay rent no they. Don't pay rent you again. Why so much focus on paper for? I mean if you if you agree with doing then you need to do some soul-searching life as fact this is the fat people. Vote for the wrong reasons. The Don Shaw for example. An asshole who accepted the Chinese people the beginning but he knew what was going on stupid. He wasn't stupid. To begin with you will again. I go by with passe. Get same gay marriage law. He Will God so high main people say they love God but then again to go back to the Bible says Jesus never said God knows it. No you offer that which people they create books they create by created. They do all that just used to brainwashing dummy brainwash. Kids Will Disney like line. Came for example is rich. People know what they doing. And don't give a damn by shoe and that's recall the freemasons the N. W. New Order New Orleans places lashes in the five G. Kim on at fact newer dam was out there and people that recognize. It was right on Adela Bill. You look at Your del Bill and look at the pyramid around. The payment is spilling Mason's M. A. S. O. N. is rife face. Annua rule will always blind you from the start but as we get older. We realized that some things uncountable. You know like the rich people build these churches and these passes take your money. The only thing is taking a minus about it. We had nothing they be day. You WanNa play and one point the finger either job. Not Knowing you do that yourself no way to do it yourself. I guess you remember that stop. This is rich people. Don't give a damn by shoe period piece..
"don shaw" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"The history of this sport has shown us. If you look at history you examine it Kennedy. It has shown us that you have when you have a rematch between two guys. who fought a great fight? The first time and they left left on the ring and one who laws was the older one by a significant amount. Or these forty. I dig waters. Thirty four And what do they didn't have a lot of amateur fights you know he started late. So he's he doesn't he's not he doesn't have a lot of miles on New York. Domino even at thirty four is very young. Thirty four will tease out a big amateur career and all that and of course even though you look at the record of wild and you see a lot of you know you see a lot of a lot of sites on that record but they were easy he fights easy fights. I mean except utilities was a tough fight but on a whole as he was being built up I mean he was he. It was like the old timers would say he was on a soft diet. He was on a soft diet. Buddy he was on Campbell soup. Diet right Campbell soup right above your ahead. That that's what that's what he was eating. He was eating a lot of Campbell soup and But listen give them all the credit in the world he got out there but the point I'm making. Is that when you go through the history of the sport the older fighter the the older one in a rematch. He's usually blown out the second time. 'cause he's not able to replicate the initial effort physically mentally especially mentally. They feel they feel like they did everything they could. Just try to understand this Canon. And I'm sure the fans will too when you got a rematch like this. It was a terrific fight and the older guy fights a tremendous fight and he has a younger guy on the brink of of beating them. But but he doesn't get it done the second time he's got nowhere to go baby. I mean physically mentally. He physically quickly left in the ring. Put Mentally. It's like. I did everything I could. I couldn't be any better and I lost. And so he's deflated and the mental part is seventy five percent of his businesses baby. Sometimes eighty percent sometimes eighty five percents sometimes ninety percent. God told you all the more. The percentage goes up so here that the history has shown us that I mean I'll give you the examples. Jersey Joe Walcott Great Jersey Joe Walcott. What a great heavyweight champ great fighter Great Punch Shaw? Pioneer used to make moves alley copied some of his moves Friend Masato even used one of his moves you know the great. UFC love seat champion When when he moved to side a little bit that game with the flying kick knocked out his opponent in five seconds He's set him up Jersey Jersey. Joe US to set guys up with the movement. He started walking. This waste on walking outweigh and then get a little mesmerized and then all of a sudden bang catch was something and Jersey Joe Wolf Card Fort as good as he could fight. Maybe the greatest fighter ever fought against Ma's Seattle Seattle a younger fighter Marciano fighting for the title the first time and Walcott's ahead going into the thirteenth round. Not In fact it was the twelve round fight he would have won. There would have been no Marciano. Yeah there would have been no more Seattle so the only undefeated heavyweight champ forty-nine and Larry Holmes came close but then somebody named Michael spinks came up and stop that from happening. So he's fighting. Joe Walcott is beating the young strong Brockton blockbuster rocky Marciano thirteen rounds. And the the only way he can lose by knockout because his head on all the score cards and what happens he gets knocked out in the thirteenth round. Ford Assayed again I want. I can't can't overstate fought fabulous. Magnificent fight couldn't find any better and in a rematch and this is significant. Because this is what I'm using for this worm used for example for proof of my theory of of what I believe this by Vulne Khorram. You look like a lawyer Ken by the way you do. You look like a lawyer. You look like a winning lawyer a lawyer lawyer. That probably gets overpaid. Oh probably gets overpaid a little bit but but still you look like a lawyer and it does haram in a courtroom. I'm trying to make my case of. I'm trying to make right now. That's exhibit because in that second fight every match what happens. I'll tell you what happens. WHOA cut gets blown over? Run over in one round he he. He couldn't replicate the effort mentally emotionally physically. And I know for fact and this one case sometimes it might be my opinion from experience in this case. I'm calling a witness. I know for fact that it's true because too late Layton racy there's one of your clients what are you they need you they need you. Can you gotta be available so at the last second anyway so the late great and he was a friend of mine nine and it was one of the great promoters of all times one of the great matchmakers of all time a magnificent ambassador to this sport and we don't have enough of them. Don Shaw going to Civil Fox. He talked to Wolcott after that. Fight and Wolcott told Don Shaw Great Don Schalken that going into a rematch. I'M GONNA I'm GonNA remember pretty much. Almost was exactly verbatim what he told me from the conversation that he had would would degrade Jersey Joel Jersey. Joe told Don Shangen Don when I went into that rematch. I knew I couldn't do anything to beat this guy and my mind and I did everything in that first one everything and he's still got me he's still got me and I just felt like like I I felt defeated and is the Great Jersey. Joe Walsh he would never say this to the press. He would never say that. There's another lesson audience. A lot of these great fighters a lot of these great people a lot of these great leaders a lot of these great whatever they are that you look up and you would mind you wish you alike doc. They've got the same doubt sue gun. They got the same little. Sometimes those bad guys on the shoulder you know tap into shoulder once in a while SPS. AP's Hey hey hey. Why don't you give in? Hey why don't you want to get out of here. They got that same stuff going on on so I think it's a great reminder to all great audience out there that even the great ones have those doubts but you'd never know it you're never gonNA know it but but now you know it so he told Don Shaw Gang. I just didn't feel I could win this fight. I didn't feel that I could do anything better. And what happens. He gets run on over in one round. And I'll give you another one because you put your glasses back on so you reminded me was still in the courtroom. I'll give you another other one. Great Alexis Aguayo. He fights one of the great fights of all time with ever prior and are great fans out. They're they're going to say Ted. Bring that up. Yeah that's remember. Prior prior was great drugs. Got Him at. I'm sorry and hurt him but he was great. He was great and always remember how great he was his will everything and he fights the Great Alexa. This is all grail or older Aguayo. Add more miles on your domina. Aguayo was several weight class champion and iron prior fights him and of my memory. Serves me correct when late. I mean you'd probably find your Robbo find it it was. I believe that was a fifteen round fight to back then and and I don't remember exactly it was twelve rounds of went to a went fourteen rounds. Whatever was doesn't matter I mean we're get the number performed finished but they fight as great fight back and forth just like what would describe it all tees and wilder moments for both it guys tremendous historic fight? And what happens prior you get to try fights one of the greatest fights he ever fought and people are gonNA say Teddy. How could you pick a losing fight? For great fighters. One of the great fights fights. It happens even laws just like Jersey. Joe might have been the greatest fighter ever fought because we was in there with any fights does great fight fight with Iran prior and prior's still beats them price still overcome some playa swamp them in a row. Arou- was was it. I'm trying to find one SEC. He's swarms in that last round late night fight tremendous fight and he stops him he knocks them out. And then what they fight a rematch. If my memory serves me was in. Miami ten thrones and a lot of people but not the experienced veterans of the sport but a lot of people say. Oh I can't wait. I can't wait but just like the movies can usually usually usually the follow up is not as good. You know. What's the word rob for? When you got the second movie it's the sequel usually the sequel? I'm so glad I got smart guys around me. I am so blessed I. The sequel is usually usually elicits the Godfather the godfather to was pretty damn good. That was that was pretty. Damn good with a young Deniro showing your young wholly-owned consistently wow that was good but other than that sequels can be disappointing same thing and rematch sometimes sometimes and especially when one guy is older and the other guy is younger and again they have rematch Aguayo and prior in Miami Abby and what happens not even close not even close. It's a mismatch. Mismatch of Brian goes right through maybe knocked out and and eight or something like that but it goes right through not near the drama of diverse. Fight the resistance. You know why he didn't have any resistance. Listen to give anymore. He got him with a Tko in the first fight. That was the first one was in Miami and eighty two Aaron Pryor by Tko Oh in the fourteenth round then in the rematch. They fought in Vegas and Aaron Pryor Got Him in the tenth round on by a full. Ko knocked him out. Yeah so I added flip flopped as far as to silence but yeah it wasn't it was a near as compare it was it was is more one sided. It was just a character that even kept them around the championship character. That kept him around for ten rounds. Put again the former champion. The Guy who was older who gave everything who's built it. All out on the canvas not able to replicated did not a lot of people say this was a grave. You know Teddy. There's a bunch of rematch is a great Micky Ward and GATTY comparable ages. Yes nothing really match the first one though not to match the first one but comparable ages and nobody nobody got destroyed. Nobody got knocked without the end. Would talk about where one guy is older. He fights his heart out. Pause it out and gets beat Pete and then comes back with the same guy who's younger than him. That's what we're talking about those guys on that able all to replicate what they did the first time so having said that because for me this is what it's all about because you do you break it down this way. I did enough right hand of Waldo against the southport. Ob against While technically has a million in flaws can he get caught again. Yeah million ways you could get caught by Ortiz. Who's a good counterpuncher? Good fighter good punch. Yeah yeah that'd be a million ways you get caught because what is sometimes even always so long and he's so tall he's so big but he still doesn't know how to use US hi consistently he's still gets off balance out of position all of that stuff all of that but at the end of the day he's got that great eraser the right right hand and I think it'd be there again. I don't see Ortiz and I'm gonNA leave myself on the line going to lay myself where people can be critical me. You know. Come after me. I'm going to say that in my theory and my way of thinking just laid out. I'M GONNA say that water gets Ortiz out of there within five rounds matter of fact I'm going to go better. I'M GONNA say get some out in one round. Yeah Yeah I'm GonNa say that he there's a chance you know. Can I sit on the fence. I'm not known for sitting on the fence. Can I have my cake and eat it too a little bit. Attorney counseling counseling. Can I have my cake and eat it too. Can I appeal to the courts that that I'd say within in five rounds but I wouldn't be shocked to get some out in one or two well to re- to emphasize your point about the younger man in the rematch rematch. Usually getting the better. The older man his and even more relevant example wilder fought Berman. Sta Vern in January of two two thousand one good beat him in a unanimous decision they rematch about eighteen months. Almost two years later called two years is in November of seventeen blasted him out of the ring in the first round almost like just destroy them and kind of a lot of the things talk about right. Exactly what you just described in an and stubborn was almost the same age. Then as as teases now same. Exact scenario where where it's the only opponent with the exception of Tyson fury that deontay wilder hasn't knocked out stubborn went the distance with them to to wildest credit he made the rematch with them. Didn't have to in blast out first round knockout. So I agree with you. The predictions brought to you by my book each again check them out at mybookie dot. Ag used a Promo Code outlets for fifty percent credit on your first deposit and Ted..
"don shaw" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Time to don Shaw from Holt Hey on home ACL kick it in this weekend right is that right so there is yeah we can Friday I guess the opened gates astride got a big line up this year round all Austin City Limits music festival just days away as the city prepares to host nearly a half million concert goers over the next a couple of weekends Austin police are now issuing a warning about some deadly drugs that are being sold on our streets yeah the police department is issued a public safety alert about a lethal batch of narcotics it's been circulating talk about Molly's ecstasy that sort of thing yeah and and it's it's pretty interesting KXAN went out and spoke with a a doctor at the dell sickness Medical Center on this issue and very commonly referred to as Molly's or ecstasy and it can be dangerous you have no idea. doctor TJ milling says is one of many problems with Molly you never know what else is in there what kind of contaminants these are not being made in in big help pharmacies pharmaceutical factories there probably in Maine somebody's arrive and who knows what kind of things are getting mixed in with a doctor milling says Molly also known as ecstasy or MDMA is a club drug has chemicals that cause feelings of euphoria but it can also cause you to be agitated and in some cases. cause seizures or stop your breathing you know you really shouldn't take anything that you're buying off the street because you don't know what you're getting and it can make is operating I understand the the difficulties with just say no but the club drugs you should just say no you should just say no pretty dangerous just say no a couple people been hospitalized over the past few days I just didn't realize that people were still doing excited I didn't realize that wanted the names change yeah yeah but the I've done just didn't even know that I I'm so out of touch with the dope these days yeah whatever the kids are doing well is a synthetic drugs been out there for a long while I know that I know that I just didn't realize it was want to give a warning to those concert kids out there yeah that's right concert adults as you're saying guns and roses or Chaim impala raconteurs I'd like to see the raconteurs by digital buyer black pistol don't know what still woozy no. who's up who's the big band I I tell you who or we see we got to guns and roses Mumford and sons childish Gambino the queue were Carty be your daily eyelash that's to be a popular one she was on Saturday Night Live last weekend I think yeah listen nope I know you don't know I don't know but if you're a soccer mom you have a daughter in high school a really you know listen she just had a a DNA test and she's one bad ****. under percent bad she is if she had a DNA test so it's it's confirmed is confirm she's a hundred percent bad one hundred percent yeah that's what song set all in she's all in with them okay she she wanted to help you with your career is I think is what she sings about I say yeah but you you didn't you didn't play along with her. you lost out I don't know I don't know where to begin with her one hundred percent or percent took a DNA test to prove that ha ha runners in cedar park good morning all run. good morning guys are so listen you know I believe honestly we are actually in the middle of a certain kind of civil war work we're in a war for this country as we did we come a socialist country which will turn it into a third world country quick we're gonna stay in American Republic with freedom and I believe that we really are in that war right now with the way politics is going in the socials rather going down and what I think that's done is what you guys have said I believe this can be backfire so badly on them good because here's what's going to happen this is gonna take Joe by now but he was the closest thing to a moderate the only lead sources purely and simply so that means in twenty twenty America's got about four social to the guy about the trial but I believe that it could be the biggest landslide in American politics history because we are not gonna become a source of country suffer troubling which it is firing at up like Intel that they're doing that yeah this is backed by our big time guys yeah I I'm I'm right there with you run yeah you're speaking the truth my.
"don shaw" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"It looked like a mall. Whoever murdered Joan Bradford clearly wanted to be absolutely sure it was brutal. It was cold. It was very revengeful type of shooting there was no sign of a break in her purse was untouched and no one in the neighborhood saw anything so detectives turned their investigation to Jones inner circle. They asked her children about their mother. Their father and the marriage John Own didn't hold back wasn't a good marriage over it was obvious when I was a teenager they they never hugged they never kissed they rarely spoke and when they did speak bill was controlling condescending at one point. When I was sixteen eighteen my father actually looked in the eye and said life's a bitch and then you marry one. My parents got in a fight that he pushed her down her head hit. A rocking chair shattered it. I mean that's what I grew up in when they find be separated. The divorce was nasty. My father refused to be cowed. Supporting refused to pay style support everything he did was to extend the divorce and it took over five years for Joni. Get divorced as part of the settlement bill was ordered to pay alimony and child support but he did not make the payments as required so joan and her attorney able to Garnish all that unpaid support from bill share of the House proceeds. The total amount that was garnished was forty thousand about that bad so it really wasn't that much but it bothered me. It bothered because she wanted to lose forty thousand dollars. You lost control. My father does not like losing control of anything. Bill never saw it coming. Suddenly he was almost forty thousand dollars poorer and the day after Bradford and all that money Johny garnished his ex wife was dead so the cops went looking for Bradford double was he seemed to have disappeared. Fear didn't pick up. His phone didn't answer the door that his department detective Mason went back to headquarters inserted the name Bill Bradford in his this database and it did in fact own a model sixty six Smith and Wesson handgun three fifty seven magnum and which just tap into fire the same kind of bullets founded the crime scene so detected mason got a warrant to search Bradford's apartment. There was no side of him or the gun but we did find a box in his bedroom that was supposed to contain a Smith and Wesson but it was empty Saturday past still those onto Bill Bradford police even put up posters hoping for leads and then on Sunday two days after the murder he came into the Police Department woah myself and another detective asked him if he was aware of the fact that his ex wife who was dead. Did we ever had a very good relationship. This guy just sat there and looked at me like I'm sitting here looking at you. I thought boy you are a cold calculating guy very don. Shaw Coli and who cares Bradford confirmed what his children said. He was very upset. Santos all that money from his share of the house sale it was suddenly sent to Joan so upset. He left his apartment for almost two whole days. I went to Redondo Redondo pier spent the night at Olatunji towards morning six o'clock. What the hell was he doing at the Pierre in his car. Dr stated that you didn't feel good. He wanted to be alone and think I said well you live yeah. He said well. I didn't want to talk to people I didn't want to talk on the phone. I just wanted to be alone alone. The Redondo Beach Pier for nearly two days the police asked him about his three fifty seven. Magnum Joan had been shot with Hollow Point Bullets Bradford admitted he wants bought Ammo like that but as for the gun itself put my stuff in stories and not been able to locate and where do you think you left. It hadn't sledged idea where to strike. You odd that this Fella who was so well organized would misplace gun. Oh yes struck me odd. I knew right away he didn't misplace it no doubt in my mind because of the type of fellow he was but Bradford did have an alibi a parking stub sure enough the under the pier parking lot Friday of the murder seven twenty nine pm so he said he could not have killed Joe unless detectives put together a time line. Joan answered the phone call at seven seven pm but by seven fifteen when Shawn arrived. She was dead. We figure that's the time line seven seven fifteen right in that time narrow window right Kabila. Shot Joan then arrived at seven twenty nine at the fear. They made the drive themselves. It took just seven to eight minutes. It all fits when the detective said. Your father is a prime suspect. It's the only the thing that made sense. There was no one who could hate my mom so much to want her dead except my father and so just days after interviewing Bill Bradford. The detectives made their move. I arrested him. There are no way in the world. I'm going to let this this guy going to be a dope not to you did it right. There was a ton of circumstantial evidence at all leaving him. Murder sold case closed right. Oh No it was just getting started. He spent a number of months looking over my shoulder of family. Living in fear with good reason was afraid that someone was after me somewhere. I my father.
"don shaw" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And I thought that was really nice, and I've got the manuscript in my computer, and dammit, I wanna get it published somehow because the great stories and mazes in there and McCovey is in there. And unfortunately, people who have now passed away, and it was wonderful to look to consult with with Tom. But we remember when he came to New York and. How he just changed? The he just changed everything he was responsible for their new identity. He'd never bought into the. We got past all of the losing one hundred and twenty losses. The first year three out of four games. They go forty one hundred twenty but Casey Stengel is the manager. And he's deflecting all of this. And they become known as the loveable losers Seaver shows up with his education with his with his time in the marines. He's not buying into this lovable. Loser stuff at all. And there's now a seriousness about him. And changing the perception of the franchise. Imagine a player doing that. But that's what Seaver did when he came in in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven and goes out and win sixteen game for a team that loses one hundred and one games and as twenty seven pitchers on that team. And then and then after that season Hodges shows up again, a Marine One of the beloved presence in presences in the history of New York baseball as the manager a guy who gives no quarter to anybody who is not gonna play the game, the right way, and he and Seaver change everything. And I'm there on opening day in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine for I think a buck thirty upstairs. And they're gonna play a team. That's never played a game yet the Montreal Expos the expansion team. Well, the Mets having won an opening debt. My God they're going to win this one aren't they and trivia questions who was the starting pitcher against Seaver in the nineteen sixty nine on opening day in nineteen sixty nine. Mud cat grant who didn't pitch three innings and the first hitter for the Montreal Expos Maury wills and somehow Seaver gives up a home run the Expos open the doors to the bullpen and they bring in. A succession of relief pitchers, including a guy that they had gotten in the expansion draft from Cincinnati relief pitcher left-hander named Dan McGinn. Dan, McGinn hits a home run off the top off. Tom Seaver rusty Staub hits a home run off. Al Jackson who started the season in nineteen sixty nine for the Mets before being traded and a game in which Tommy g gets picked off of second base. Don Shaw was exposed by the Mets in the expansion draft selected by Montreal. Pitches terribly and gets the win Expos eleven Mets ten the Mets. Don't win a game against a team that has never played a game. They lose to the Montreal Expos eleven ten and there may be people in this audience that were there with me the place was packed and the Mets still had not one on opening day. And later that summer the cubs and the rivalry with the cubs. Seaver flattens Ron Santo. And no love lost there as we know for those of a certain age who watch Santa clicking his heels every time. The cubs won really really honk off the Mets Seaver flat to Santo Bill hands. Never never the shy type pitching for the cubs hits Seaver in the back. Hands comes up Seaver hits hands in the stomach and Mets fans. Think this is our sergeant at arms. This is our man this is our guy we're not going to back down from from the Chicago Cubs. And that was another of the reasons that Seaver was beloved for the manner in which he pitched for the New York Mets and his presence and in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine he pitched into the ninth inning seventeen times and never gave up a run. And in September. When the game's really counted as the Mets blew past the cubs and finished eight games ahead of them in September Seeber was six zero with a zero point eight three earned-run average. I'm anxious for your phone calls as we continue the conversation for Tom Seaver after John delivers his twenty twenty..
"don shaw" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The Totta, Don Shaw, van this is Joel Cornell D, he's the president of the Houston police department's, you know union we are sick and tired of having dirtbags trying to take our lives. When all we're trying to do is protect this community and protect our families enough is enough. Yeah. He's talking about this incident in which several police officers were rating a home a known drug house and the people on the inside started shooting. Right. I got an interesting text message here that says I don't like cops calling citizens dirtbags they should maintain professionalism during toughest moments. That's what sets police apart. We don't need thug. Cops. And you have them everywhere for each. Excellent police officer you have ten losers. Well, my friend you are the dirtbag. Now. That's ridiculous that officer that union Representative was. Expressing his emotions because he potentially lost some friends last night. Showed amazing restraint you shoot at a cop. You are a dirt. I don't know. He was he was putting it mildly aid in his checking in from cedar park on the Todd she'll get morning Aiden. Hey, how you doing? Hey. Yeah. I just wanted to say that police officers now for doing the job they're being fired, and it's not appropriate. Like, they almost have to be shot to be have it. Correct. And they don't get fired. Yeah. How old are you gonna remind us? How old you are aren't fifteen fifteen years old home schooled? And there you go. Yeah. Is this something you think about it? Fifteen. I wish you didn't have to. I wish you didn't have to. But I I guess it's out there in the news. Right. Well, my dad is an officer. So okay. Well, there you go. Yeah. It's you probably worry about him. Sometimes don't you? Yeah. Yeah. I got you. I mean, we should thank you and your family. We we often think about the police officers that put their lives on the line for us every day. But we sometimes forget about the kids and the wife Cinemax check, you know, the spouses make a sacrifices went right eight, and I appreciate your call. Thank you very much. Yeah. You're welcome. Go do your schoolwork. Now, you got this look on your face this morning that is really questionable now. It's my face. Well, yeah. Yeah. I mean, it's go on. It's just your face. What am I doing? What am I gonna look like a little preoccupied? Family issues, you're dealing with a couple of things. No hang on before. You're about to go into something. I don't want.
"don shaw" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Facebook live the Michael thanks for that. Don, Shaw radio turn Rondo on. What are we talking about here? Are we talking about who we talking about? Are we talking about here? All right. So let's talk about the wall. Again, why doesn't the story just go away because a little over forty percent of Americans. Now support the idea while it's tempting to go into all the obvious flaws in this plan, including how Mexico was going to pay for it. And the fact that much of the land in question is privately owned. Let's step back and consider the concept for a moment. Clearly, the idea the physical wall along the southern border of the United States is resonating with a lot of people. But why there seems to be several factors driving? This thing. The drive to feel safe I desire to keep criminals out of the country and a fear of losing jobs to legals to me the common flaw in all of these arguments is that human beings are really bad at understanding large numbers when a crime committed by illegal alien. Many people immediately put themselves into that narrative. What if that crime happened to me or someone I loved that'd be horrible? We can't have it. Same thing for when you hear a story about someone losing their job or their property getting stolen when you frame it up in terms of a bad thing that you want to avoid making the leap to a wall starts to make sense. I don't want this bad thing to happen. If we just keep out the people who do these bad things, then the threat is gone. No, more bad things. So build the wall only that's not really how the world works. It negative. Things are not created only by one group of people that happened to speak Spanish that one crime. Or that one job is not the only crime, and it's not the only job it's really hard to conceptualize what three hundred and twenty five million Americans. Look like unless you're a criminologist. You really don't know how many crimes are happening on a day to day basis. Well, it's a lot are there crimes being committed by people that came over the southern border. Of course, there are the which group do you think commits more crimes? The twelve to fifteen million estimated illegals or the three hundred and twenty five million legal residents. It's not natural or easy for most people think about an incident as a percentage of the whole then be able to understand if it's significant or not to the whole country would spending billions of dollars to build a wall on the southern border solve a national emergency. Probably not, especially if you believe like, the majority of Americans that said emergency doesn't actually exist. Would it make some people feel safer? Maybe is it worth the money spent I guess only you can answer that for yourself for me. The clear answer is no..
"don shaw" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Facebook live. Thanks to the Michael thanks for that. Don, Shaw radio. It's on. What are we talking about? Here. Are we talking about who we talking about? Are we talking about here? All right. So let's talk about the wall. Again, why isn't the story just go away because a little over forty percent of Americans? Now support the idea while it's tempting to go into all the obvious flaws in this plan, including how Mexico was going to pay for it. And the fact that much of the land in question is privately owned. Let's step back and consider the concept for a moment. Clearly, the idea the physical wall along the southern border of the United States is resonating with a lot of people. The why there seems to be several factors driving. This thing. The drive to feel safe I desire to keep criminals out of the country and a fear of losing jobs to legals to me the common flaw in all of these arguments is that human beings are really bad at understanding large numbers when a crime committed by illegal alien. Many people immediately put themselves into that narrative. What if that crime happened to me or someone I loved that horrible? We can't have it. Same thing for when you hear a story about someone losing their job or their property getting stolen when you frame it up in terms of a bad thing that you want to avoid making the leap to a wall starts to make sense. I don't want this bad thing to happen. If we just keep out the people who do these bad things, then the threat is gone. No, more bad thing. So build the wall only that's not really how the world works as it negative. Things are not created only by one group of people that happened to speak Spanish that one crime. Or that one job is not the only crime, and it's not the only job it's really hard to conceptualize what three hundred and twenty five million Americans. Look like unless you're criminologist. You really don't know how many crimes are happening on a day-to-day basis a lot are there crimes being committed by people that came over the southern border. Of course, there are the which group do you think commits more crimes? The twelve to fifteen million estimated illegals or the three hundred and twenty five million legal residents. It's not natural or easy for most people to think about an incident as a percentage of the whole then be able to understand if it's significant or not to the whole country so would spending billions of dollars to build a wall on the southern border solve a national emergency. Probably not, especially if you believe the majority of Americans that said emergency doesn't actually exist. Would it make some people feel safer? Maybe is it worth the money spent I guess only you can answer that for yourself for me. The clear answer is no. Coming up tonight. We will hear the president's eight-minute. It'd be interesting if he keeps it to eight minutes because he's supposed to speak to from the Oval Office about what Ron just talking about for eight minutes, and then they're supposed to be an eight minute rebuttal. But a lot of times when he freestyles. And you see this happening in the evening hours. Log because that's typically when he's traveling..
"don shaw" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Thirty-six Todd Jeffries and Don prior this is the Taty Don Shaw. How about that? I don't know. I mean, this is a great time. Maybe you tell me stuff to talk about today, and you could jump in here any time. But this tree house of love at five one two eight three six zero five ninety. Okay. You look a little to shovel this morning. Got new sleep on. You got any of that? What's your what's seriously? What how you to get? No sleep last night. I have not had a good night's sleep in over a month. Right. I cannot tell you. What are you doing about it grown ass, man? What am I doing about it? Yeah. Get no sleep. That's what I'm doing. Yeah. What's the what's the deal, you need some medication? What you need to do. Let me tell you what you need to do you need to be ready for anything today. Because I don't know what's going to come out of my mouth. I have no idea. Dr. Right. So get ready. All right. Calm down. What you need to do down. France. Five thirty seven here, we begin with some of the top stories the US Senate is working together. Now, rare bipartisan effort to figure out that'll handle the Saudi Arabia following this death of a US reported Jamila Khashoggi, senators agree, something must be done. In are waiting for the president's decision. Trump has said he doesn't want to to disrupt the current relationship between the United States and Saudi Arabia, including selling arms to that country. Here are some of the highlights the latest on the store. It's a rare display of bipartisanship in the Senate often at odds with itself, especially following the recent contentious confirmation process for now supreme court Justice, Brad Kavanagh democrat, Chris coons says President Trump must take a firm stand over the disappearance of possible death of US based journalist Jamal Khashoggi. If he's waiting for the outcome of the investigation, that's fine. But as soon as there is credible intelligence, which frankly, I've reason to believe there already is that the Saudis Hattie strong hand in this matter that he needs to begin assembling an international coalition to react. Examine our relationship with the Saudi kingdom Republican Ben says says the American people want answers and a third party independent investigation is needed. I think we're going to need an international investigation to get to the bottom of this the American people and the people in the region and need to have some understanding of facts that can be shared, and if that investigation shows Saudi Arabia was behind the possible murder of kashogi inside its consulate in Turkey. Senator coons says there must be serious consequences including sanctions, but that's not all we also should be looking closely at the next round of Saudi arms deals. Senator says offers this insight about why arm sales to Saudi Arabia are so important. The US is not selling arms because we're primarily interested in the economic consequences of those transactions the US uses arm sales as a tool of advancing US, and we believe global interests over time. President Trump has shown a reluctance to put arm sales on the table. But there are other things Senator say that the US can do to send a strong message to south. Saudi Arabia senators point out, for example, the Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin should not attend an upcoming economic summit in the Saudi kingdom called Davos in the desert, a number of high profile business executives have already pulled out of the conference because of the situation. President Trump is expected to make a decision by week's end about whether Mnuchin will attempt in the meantime, while senators ponder, what may have happened to Jamaica should G and what to do about it Republican John Kennedy says he has no doubts something happened to him. And I don't think he fell through a hole in the fabric of the universe. I think I think he was murdered. I think the Saudis are acting like certainly acting like they did it. Linda Kenyon, Washington. It is five thirty nine here on the Don show. We have ongoing coverage on that story in the front page of our website at NewsRadio KLBJ dot com. Something's going to happen. Well, it's never happened before. But the lower Colorado river thirty will likely open eight split gates at Mansfield dam above lake Austin by noon today. Yeah. So there's a few things you should exp. Effect. I can't remember the last time I've seen late Travis. This above seven hundred feet when eight gates open fifty thousand cubic feet of water per second will flow from the dam that will cost him streets downtown to flood that according to Karl MacArthur of Austin's watershed protection apartment. He says we could definitely have to close Cesar Chavez in the vicinity of Lamar crossing. He said at Longhorn dam. You would have the flow over the emergency spillway, the emergency spillway at pleasant valley road would probably have to close that road as well. Some flooding and parks as well. Expect serious, flooding and parks all along the lake and mccarthur says that with eight gates open that you can expect to see something like the photo of the statue of the Stevie Ray Vaughan. Flood and auditorium shores, but water was up to your waist. Yeah. Basically you can years ago, you can expect everything from the Highland lakes all the way down to the Gulf of Mexico to be above its banks. Now, they're saying they also say there will be some minimal structural damage. Probably one thing MacArthur doesn't expect to open the gates at a cost flooding a major structures along the way along the river. Of course, there could be some damage, you know, with weather reports in the forecast, I always whenever they do this and it closed down, Cesar Chavez, always worry about the the animal shelter right there right there on Cesar Chavez, it's a low point in in L net street right there, and I would hope by now somebody's gotten word to them that they're going to be okay. I would hope. Yeah. I some animals have been moved by now..
"don shaw" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Brown when gravy fell on it you couldn't tell because adam brown tile so nonetheless allan this is not doors on by goes out to the parking lot he looks at me i look at him it's mono e kit walks right out the door yes and he didn't pay for sixteen bowls green beans which really it's all it's all said and done it we've been two dollars ninety nine all you can eat i know i used to go there all the time i wasn't having it i was to over involved with situation and so i remember when you when i played football i i like to yell at people i don't know if you remember totally before i tackled before i hit whatever i don't know why did that because that's just it's a lot of extra energy but for some reason i really enjoyed it so i looked at this gentleman come to find out later name was ted i looked at ted ted looked at me it's mono kitto and then i just i just mike single terror number fifty from the chicago bears right in the parking lot earned the asphalt yeah over sixteen measly bone bowls of green beans and then i ended up dragging him back into the store plenty of money pulled out of twenty he paid for the green beans she gave me a tip we didn't call the cops wouldn't come anyway and then we sent ted on his way and then ted was one of our best paying customers that he just that day or thinking might have forgotten that i ended up getting over involved as usual with everything that ended up face planning ted out the parking lot so i did that today it would probably be a two million dollar lawsuit nonetheless first cafeteria now closed cross street from builder otto i want abo yes we're big rivals the northeast heights with luby's a truck it went down between luby's and i write and don shaw car radio.