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Kieboom, Nats Rally Again, Score 2 in 9th to Edge Mets 4-3
"Carter Kieboom interest Evenson hit RBI singles in the bottom of the ninth off Edwin Diaz to rally the nationals past the Mets three to two D. as walk to the first three hitters he faced before surrendering the RBI hits he blew two saves in the five game series Alonso hit a solo Homer and an RBI single for the Mets who took three of five in Washington but fell four games behind idle Atlanta for the NL east lead Patrick Corbin allowed three runs over seven innings the longest outing by a Mets starter since he worked seven on August third Trevor Williams allowed two runs over five innings for the Mets I'm Dave Ferrie
"evenson" Discussed on KTOK
"Aliens of the comes down to me or Vincent Evenson first thank you very much we all need time we're all buying time right now we know what the topic a is for this week I'm sure it'll come up and open lines coming up later on tonight it and I will I'll get going here just a second with this with the guests that is both on topic in off I mean we're talking about statement analysis being able to determine somebody's level of deception based on accurate techniques of reading radically reading their statements or hearing of their statements so at a time when we're often trying to determine who's trying to tell who's telling the truth or who's trying to get away with the an obvious cation I think you're gonna find mark McLish our guest here coming up in just a minute very helpful and it is an interesting twist in history in which were all living out in real time hi there's lots of doubt people have maybe about what's said and what's been done and all those things are you know perhaps up for debate to a degree but I will tell you that the reality is that it this may be one of those great times that for us to be better safe than sorry and I tell you that after reading what's going to be our first our guest tomorrow night's book the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history this is a New York times bestseller it's in soft cover John berry is also the author of rising tide he's going to talk to us in the first hour tomorrow night about the great influenza and when you see and hear about the great flu epidemic that started in America in nineteen eighteen and then went global ET I think you may have a better appreciation for why it is better to be safe than than sorry that if if there is a catch you're almost certain Schroeder's cat in this bag we can't let the cat out of the back because it it the devastation would just be enormous we have to be taking the steps that we're taking it as draconian and is uncomfortable and as maybe sometimes seemingly silly as that they may be but I think we can we can do it calmly we can do it respectfully we can do it with grace and civility and then we can get through this and hopefully they'll be another side we'll get to that coming up later on tomorrow night first hour on coast to coast AM so tonight though mark McLish and then you're open lines and believe me it doesn't have to be on topic a for this week it can be on anything and there's been lots of fun stories on the website if you missed him we'll give you a quick review coming up with him but all next on coast to coast AM in for George nori this is Ian Punnett taxis in can be a pain but it's all worth it when you open the mailbox and see that one envelope you've.
The Shortest War in History
"Anglo signs above all the Woolworth's four as a military conflict between the United Kingdom on Zanzibar Sorta on twenty seven August eighteen ninety six. The conflict lasted between thirty to forty five minutes making it the shortest what is recorded war in history. The immediate coast. The wool was the death of the pro. British Sultan Hamad bin to me on the twenty fifth of August eighteen. Eighteen Ninety six on subsequent secession of Sautin Khalid bin Gosh. British authorities preferred Ahmad Bin Muhammad. 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The flag at the policy shop down and fire ceased at nine forty four sustained roughly five hundred casualties with only when British cellular So to college received asylum in German consulate before escaping German east Africa which is in the mainland Pau halt present day Tanzania Bush's quickly placed Salton not in power at the head of the puppet government Walmart the end that his bosso tonight as a sovereign state and the start of the period of heavy British influence. Sons Ball was violent country in the Indian Ian Ocean off the coast of tiny today which form parts of Tanzania the main island beat under normal control the Sultan of Oman sixty nine when they expelled. The Portuguese settlers claimed it in fourteen. Ninety nine so tom you've been declared the island independent of Amman in Eighteen fifty-eight which is recognized by Great Britain and spent the cell to that from that of a lamb. Bog has been the second soaked collapse. Father had been forced by British ultimatum. 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The higest has built a royal yacht for the sultan in in eighteen. Seventy eight based on the British figgy Glasgow. Mathewson cave also began to muster forces already commanded nine hundred Zanzibari. Rei Scars on the left. Hand Author Edward Harrington Rakes of the Wiltshire Regiment who was coming to the Zanzibari Army. And how the rank regular general hadn't fifty soldiers Marines sailors marines were landed from the pro class protected. Cruiser Ella the mouths of the gunboat thrush which were anchored in the harbour the navy contingent commanded Captain O'Callaghan came ashore within fifty eighteen minutes of being requested deal with any rioting calls for the general population. A smaller contingents of sailors under left ten watts of thrush rush was put to show to call the richest consular where British civilians were request Galveston protection
Tree branch blown into power lines suspected of sparking Los Angeles Getty fire
"The two biggest fires are each fifteen percent contained and investigators say they know what caused the blaze in the hills of LA it's extremely rare to get because of a fire a little over a day after it started but officials in LA say they're sure this fire started when a tree branch fell on powerlines Kerr said he says the tree was properly trained in more than twenty feet from the power line the branch snapped off and was thrown into the line by the wind and they're sure that's the cause because they have dashcam video from someone driving by on the freeway and she saw an explosion on the side of the road we were able to see that the Getty fires fifteen percent contained it's burned more than six hundred and fifty acres and destroyed a dozen homes Chasin Evenson ABC
The Shortest War
"Warwick four military conflict between the United Kingdom and Zanzibar Saldana on the twenty seventh of August eighteen ninety six the conflict lasted between thirty eight to forty five minutes making it the shortest recorded war in history the immediate goals the war was the death the pro which is soaked in Hammer been on the twenty fifth of August eighteen ninety six on the subsequent secession of Sautin Kelley Been Gosh the British authorities preferred Bin Muhammed who is more favorable to process interest as alter in according to the Treaty an eight hundred eighty six a condition for essential to the sultan was the candidate obtained the permission of the British Council and Cook lead had not fulfilled about required McKay richest causes belly incentive ultimatum to Kelly demanding the orders forces to stand down and leave the palace in response Kelly code his palace guards. 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on safari troops as they approached the pilots the flag at the policy was shot down and fire ceased at nine forty the sultan's forces sustained roughly casualties with only one British cellular he was injured so in college received asylum in Germany consulate Ford Escape Into German East Africa which is in the mainland part of present day tons Aena Bush's quickly placed Sultan Ahmad how is the head of the puppet government the wool mart the end in his underboss oaten a sovereign state and the start of the period of heavy British influence son's bar was violent country in the Indian Ocean off the coast of Jamaica today which formed part of Tanzania the main island be under nominal control the symptoms of Mon- Sixteen Ninety when they expelled the Portuguese this claimed it in fourteen ninety so to me been set declared the island independent of Amman in eighteen fifty-eight which recognized by Great Britain and spent the soap to that from that of Albany Ball gasping sought the second 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"evenson" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"But if he has a weak spot, it's you gotta make them garden space on the pick and roll. They have clearly decided we are going to do that. We're going to do with Jimmy and Tobias as our ball handlers. Which creates an interesting puzzle piece of like where we gonna put Ben Simmons. When all this is happening talk about that. But Greg Monroe rolled hard. Joel Embiid never roles he loves to. He's like DeMarcus cousins of the pop out sit there at the three point line and on leashes low pump fake, which people fall for some reason. I just it's just a little thing. I've noticed when Ben Simmons is the only other non shooter on the floor. You can move him around in different ways. You can move them from one side of the pain to the other into the weeks the strong side dunker spot. So it's an awkward help assignment. Like Joel could get some role buckets that he just doesn't go for. He's a monster. There's nothing more annoying in basketball. We'll we'll get to some things that are very you're very annoyed by the census. You're very annoyed by the state of the NBA. Well, you know, we'll get to that. But I like when my centers are rolling to your to your point like boogie. I don't want boogie students six threes and night. I want that guy going and catching lobs, and I want Joel Embiid. You think he could roll hoop? That'd be nice. But yeah, I think that Greg Monroe does play that sort of old school. Biggest game not always to great effect. But last night was four for seven and gave them ten points off of a very maligned bench. And they outscored as you will really looted to the raptors underperformed their second unit gave them five points. Well, and they've got the Baka thirteen minutes, minus. Twelve. Yeah. I thought. One of the obvious issues. The Toronto is going to face in the series is the way Philadelphia's staggers it's minutes in such extreme rigid way versus the way Toronto is sort of more traditional there were going to be a lot of minutes where surge Baca was guarding. Joel Embiid, and it was very obvious those minutes, we're going to go badly for Serge Ibaka they have in twenty-six such minutes over two games. The Sixers are plus twenty eight and end Joel has not even really been able to get into the post that much as he can he they just haven't been able to find him open enough openings enough and Toronto's Evenson, a nice job helping the non-shooters like when you have Bolden and Simmons out there with Joel Embiid is just going to be hard to post them up because there's just no space anywhere down there. The help is to easy, but even then even then plus twenty eight and twenty six minutes. Yeah. That's that's not good. And I think you know, that bench deserves some sort of negative attention. Whether it's surge or Norman Powell was also. Very ineffective last night. But yeah, how how do these rotations? Like, you're saying that's fascinating. How do you deal with the staggering of this? You know, really good top five lineup. The creative. Staggering that Brown. Does how can Nick nurse sort of counter that with a more conventional rotation.
"evenson" Discussed on Nutrition Rounds Podcast
"You out. So that's challenge. Twenty two com will just do it. I've not can do it in a month. All guy vegetarian or some people do meatless Mondays. And then vegan Mondays. And then being Mondays Wednesdays Fridays. One half of una. I took it you vegetarian for year. I would recommend doing that. It was at a time with those. I was aware of a lot less information out there that is really common everyone. I feel like so many people make the vegetarian switch I and I totally agree with you that looking back with what I know. Now dare industries just horrendous. Like when I think about the female house being actively raped, and then I've seen you know, your social media, you had a post of the baby cow being dragged away from the mom. I don't know how any woman that is out there that has kids can't see that and feel like so heartbroken like that Cal with her baby being dragged away to this Laura s and this isn't just one farm. This is the. Save the dairy industry has a standard practice standard legal practice. This is that the the the mom is forcibly impregnated raped by the you know, the machines that do that in the have to rip the baby away to see the way the mom reacts. It looks like a human like it's her child. And it's so sad. It's so sad. Absolutely. Is that the my point is it doesn't have to exist at all. Die-off? We stuck credit demand for the vegan alternatives in the plant foods, and they start breeding less than less these animals into existence in eventually to start off in everyone wins, everyone thrives femmes can find all the jobs like they always do interest got business all the time. So older subsidies that we're giving to these foams can be put on things like blueberries and finally bury process can come down. And I can have the biggest Moody's along, which is gonna be awesome. I'm so sorry for that. Yeah. And and this much good delicious food, any vegan who tell you that a lot of them went became a foodie once I went vegan. 'cause it opens this whole of the world of Baynes in grains, and smoothies in just so much delicious. Initial creative said we still make big inmate in vegan cheese begin OSH cream. And all this stuff. You can make offscreen from blending a few frozen bananas with a little. Splashes soy estimates. Delicious scream. Nobody had to get this throats slit for unite. It was just yeah. It was just might from a few. Anonymous is a really big difference. What we're talking about here. When just talking about died choice is on a mundane choice is the twain enslavement of freedom between torture and pace between death and life. It's a big shift that we're going to say in this world that will already starting the state happening now some compensation about this right now. And that's gonna continue in Richard Branson, Richard Branson? For example, says that he estimates in study is what is going to be eighty animals anymore while we're going to be aiding the bagan alternatives. Mainly I think as coming from environmental position. And that's going to be great. And I'm going to be very happy. If it's you know that soon Evenson, obviously would be better. But I don't want like I don't want. Everybody to miss out making this connection sue other life forms on honor. When everyone. Just to not have a choice anymore. Like, oh, well, the vegan mate is just cheaper NS no cholesterol in has this much protein in much less damaging to the environment..
"evenson" Discussed on You're Wrong... And Here's Why
"And I thought that it was it was kind of an understanding going into the season that look we're going to sign a bunch of veterans this offseason. We're going to try and be as competitive as we possibly can this year. And then you know, we're going to see who if anyone is actually worth keeping around after this. When we go after another big fish that this off season when did that change where what how did we get to the point? Where Luke Walton coaching must win games before the eleventh game of the season. It's absurd. You know, magic in rob Pelinka have have brought in some of the NBA's most difficult personalities. You hit the nail on the head with this the likes of regime, Rondo and St.. Evenson chevelle McGee, Kentavious caldwell-pope and others. Pope was on house was on. He had a ankle ankle monitor for Christ's sake last year. That's the kind of people who are on this team Browning. Lebron James right now, how could we possibly expect anything short of this function? You know, I've mentioned how little I like Walton and for a variety of reasons, but I think he's actually doing reasonably good job with this team right now, I think he's doing a reasonably good job keeping the inmates from running the asylum, and that is a tall task one of those guys in the prison. Stripes happens to be LeBron James Walton doing a fine job with this team. He's coaching at the way, honestly should be coached. Despite all the veterans that were forced on him. Kyle Kuzma, Brandon Ingram. Josh our in Lonzo ball in the top six in minutes played along with LeBron number one and Rondo at number five. The Rondo Lonzo dynamic is confusing. But if that's the biggest knock..
"evenson" Discussed on Undisclosed
"Him when he's at jen's house, and when he left and gentle, so we see John test to the same thing both of them. Once again say that he was at her house to about three forty five pm the phone call. I remember him leaving you remember when that was three thirty three forty five. How do you circle the square because that's actually what happened? Why do you think they won't move from this day ally about they'll make up anything about everything every time Jay's toll to change a story? He does it. But he won't budge from this. Why I mean, there's some things that he doesn't budge for it's not really a fixed story like he doesn't know this pointing my. But like if you don't really know the time line, why would you know, how portent it is to change that? Of course, he knows the time line the phone records were in front of him. Yeah. But like piecing it altogether. Trying to understand what's going on. Jim says is one saying the three forty five to four or even later. Jay does bring a story back down in line phone records. He's often confused about details gets mixed up again and goes back to stories, but he does flip around a bit gyms the one like never says two thirty. When he left, but at trial J testifying that he is at her house will three forty three forty five. But then he goes, they get the phone records. They says like, oh, I I mean, he he's testifying off the phone cards. So it's I would say it's more example of confusion and his inability recall since the story as opposed him fixing to this point. All right. Then there's the documentary highlights the discrepancy between where gen apparently picked J up J always says that a non dropped off at home. Jen picked him up from there. And Jen has no it was at Westview. And this is something Jay story has never changed on either. This is the part the driving crazy Janez supposedly property evidence. Approves J story part that matters. They can't freaking agree on how can Jin crop. Write a story that Jay doesn't tell it's interesting because you know, Jay in his intercept interview says I lied about certain things like saying the trunk pop is the best buy because I wanted to protect my family, and my grandma, but here if we believe Jen than Jay is actually lying and saying that Jen got me at this house is opposed to the mall. So that doesn't make sense. And it's not just the location because Jen is saying I saw both Jane non, and, of course, Jay's story nine has dropped him off. So it's not just location. It's who's actually there at this meeting time. Between Jane Jin, also Jay and Jen at various points, this weird detail the seven eleven that include the documentary. All right. I've never understood what that was about. But like they keep like, Jen. Jen does say it. She says we went to some day to go to send have smoke or something. I don't even know. And then it falls out story later on and the documentary of this episode doesn't get into it. But that's just the start of the discrepancies. Their entire accounting of what happens the rest of that as well. As the next morning are completely divergent. All right. So then we see Chris Evenson, and Chris Evenson is not her real name Kathy over from serial just to kind of connect the dots here. Amy would tell me not to say not real and Kathy at times like flip up and cap. You know, her name's Christy Lee, right and Christie appears a couple times in the story. The first time is when she says that she was with Jen. The night that the police came looking for her by name she was with her that night. And for some reason, she when she was there, and the police we're like, we won't talk to you about this HAMAs. From home side. She immediately kind of made some connection to she said this must be about the night that Jay Don came over. And I thought that was weird. Why would you think that if she knows unless she has? Why would you think any of that's connected to a home side for and Donna come over that night?.
"evenson" Discussed on Cincy Jungle
"We're gonna we're gonna segue this into another topic and just a minute. But I guess the big question is, you know, did the ravens get good value for flacco. And what does that necessarily mean? If if if Andy Dalton is on the trading block what what could that mean? In terms of value range, the Bengals could get for a guy like Dalton as opposed to flacco. Yes. So I think fourth round pick. And it was one of the it was one of the fourth round picks that think the Broncos got from trading d'humieres Thomas who was actually I think actually today was also cut by the Texas because I think he towards accused whatever so looking at flakowitz contract who he is quarterback. How old is the fact that he's been injured more times than not of the past couple years. Four pick seems like a godsend, especially you know, to team at division, obviously. But I mean, this is just. Being Elway in at this point. I'm not even sure that he likes the Broncos or something despite with him because he keeps adding these godawful. Bax? You just aren't good anymore or just quarterbacks who have always been bad, and it's really all the same type when he when he signed case keenum or trade for whatever else apprise case keenum is like five inches shorter than the than the threshold that the Broncos usually advocate didactic packs like six seven pay meals, like six five Osweiler also like seven foot block goes like six nine. So I mean these tall white quarterbacks who can't hit the broad side of a barn. I it's just constant with Denver kudos to Baltimore for alleviating themselves from that contract and fully entering the Lamar Jackson Arab because Bengals fan shouldn't really be happy about this. Because when the ravens played the Bengals wasn't likely. The Steelers were in you can kinda soon lost. They were always competitive against ravens because they always had a quarterback that could play better than Joe. Flacco wouldn't mattered. Flacco never really stepped up against Ingles in any way past like the year twenty twelve when he elevate himself to that contract. Bengals have always been. Evenson flack was there with the March Jackson's becomes a brand new story..
"evenson" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Make plays. He definitely. But so talking to bucks dot com earlier today during shoot around Chris Middleton will not play today. It's going to be arrestee because of the back to back he'll play tomorrow. Our coverage this evening set to begin at seven o'clock. Your college basketball slate of games tomorrow, Wisconsin will play an eleven o'clock game as they take on a Michigan. It'll be Marquette trying to knock off number thirteen Villanova tomorrow and ninety four or five ESPN FM our coverage of market basketball. Brought to you by you line, and Milwaukee they're on the road at Cleveland state and Ken Rosenthal. Fox Sports the athletic. He did a notebook today at the Atlantic. And he threw in this little tidbit saying quote a reunion between the brewers and free agent. Third baseman. Mike moussaka seems inevitable unquote. John there's nothing official yet. But the industry right now is kind of pointing towards Mushtaq is returning to the brewers this upcoming season. All right, man. Thank you very much. And then Travis shot a second base. That's not bad. We can live with that. It is four forty seven on WTMJ. Matthew Rittner police officer in Milwaukee and American hero gunned down senselessly and tragically earlier. This week was also a Marine One of his brother marines came to the studio talked to Melissa you will hear that up next. Wisconsin's movers and shakers our guest this week is kind of a legend in town. He is Fritz using my guests done smiley the headman at summer fest fat with brewers manager Craig counsel WTMJ conversations Sundays at eleven on WGN J John Mercure here for my good friends at pot Awami hotel and casino. I'm joined by Ryan Evenson PR manager at Ottawa me hotel and casino. Happy February Ryan happy February huge on how you doing. I'm great a new promotion going on. It's picking win. Tell us about it. A lot of fun, and it's really easy. Guests can earn entries right now. So they can come in any slots with their fire keepers clubcard and earn entries every Wednesday through March twenty seven. People have a lot of time people will be called on to our state between six and eight PM winners will pick a prize make a win reward play up to five thousand dollars in cash. And you're right. It's really simple. Valentine's Day is closing in and to the best restaurants in Milwaukee are Ruyi and Bella Tahiliani and they both have dining specials. Right. That's for sure..
"evenson" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"To bring on. If you will be anti Christ anti Christ, by the way means in place of Jesus Christ. And now you got stuff that's happening on a biblical scale. And you know, one of the things I said, and I want to make people understand us prior to Branson last year in two thousand eighteen in September. I made the statement and people challenged me. I don't rightly saw. But I said you're going to understand that everything changes after September fifteenth not because of our conference, but because of that date it just happened to correspond and the word normal with no longer eight zest. And if if you take one theme that's going throughout the world now, whether it's weather, whether it's politics whether. Its relationship whether everything that used to be quote, unquote, normal is coming apart at the seams, and whether people wanna wait knowledge that or not I won't argue with them. But I say if you think it's getting bad now. Wait until what's coming. Why is it happening so fast? Steven great question. I believe literally time is speeding up. And if I asked you right now, George think back one year one year from February fourth, you know, if you think back, okay, you can search your mind for it. And maybe you know, exactly what you did. But in then think back to years, you're gonna find that might you'll say where did that time go everybody's saying it's flying away. It's faster faster. I mean, even this year, we're we're in the fed worry soon to be March your Ventas in September. That's like that's like no time from now. Right. And again, you know, I one of the things that I think is pretty cold is if you understand how the brain functions on time, our brains are being exposed to so many forms of electromagnetic radiation, stand Deo talk years ago about the son giving off a new form of electromagnetic radiation. But also, you know, here's what's interesting Jesus talked about the end of the days. I know people don't like to hear about Jesus they don't want to mention his name. They don't even wanna hear his name mentioned. But he said that if God did not shorten the days for the Alexei. There would be no flesh left alive. I kinda think God knew where this was headed with robots and with the devil and everything so battle on earth is going to accelerate, and it already is there's wars every place. And isn't it interesting that when when talking about space wars, most people are are space command? Or a new air force command for in the United States. Everybody's in outer space. They have been space-based weapons platforms. You've you've seen all the stories. You remember when General Danny Graham was talking about high? Frontier yonder Ronald Reagan. A lot of people said that never got built I can tell you it did get built. And so all of the advanced technology, we have and I'll just throw you out an interesting thing. One of my best friends who passed away about a year ago. Greg Evenson, his uncle work with Warner von Braun and everybody knows that obviously one of our father of our rocketry program that along with Herman Obama can both of them were on record as stating. They had help from this spirit world, I quoted in my book.
"evenson" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"But the US indictments raised new questions about whether it steals technology in violate sanctions. The Trump administration may ban while way gear from the US entirely with this administration. Definitely the the chances of gone up telecom analysts, Michael Genevieve's at 'em KM partners things while he's brand is damaged which means opportunity for its big rivals is actually a boon for Ericsson Nokia. But politically they don't want to put that out there in their messaging because they're sensitive about being banned in China. Meantime, while way is building China Centric mobile network raising the question of whether rival systems east versus west are developing around the world and St.. Evenson young is with Jay capital research while away at least is already encouraging its chip suppliers to move their production to China because it's concerned that it's going to come under export controls regimes. In other words American sanctions for now. Australia and Japan have said, no hallway Portugal's main. Carey has had. Yes. In a German carrier is reassessing things as the Trump administration pressures its allies to reject Chinese companies, retired air force general, rob Spalding, recently left the White House. You're going to see continuing restriction of those companies within democracies going forward to him. This is an issue of economic and national security, I'm Scott Tong for marketplace. Stop me if you've heard this one before but apple made a ton of money last quarter. The company reported earnings today after the bell did fine. Thank you very much. But it's a safe bet the focus of much of the last twenty four hours at apple headquarters has not been earnings as much as it's been face. Time a bug that could let FaceTime caller, listen to the audio from an iphone or an ipad that he or she is calling even before the person at the other end of the line had accepted or rejected. The call apple says it has disabled the problematic feature. So there appears to be no danger right now. But well, no company likes to find itself with a deeply embarrassing privacy issue. The fact that it's apple who CEO Tim cook has made it a point to say his company is all about protecting customer privacy. Well, that's news. Marketplace's Mitchell Hartman is on that one. It's been one of Apple's CEO, Tim, Cook's mantras, his company is a vigilant defender of consumers privacy and security here. He is on MSNBC back in March twenty eighteen you are not our product. You are our customer you or a jewel and this..
"evenson" Discussed on Pull Up with CJ McCollum
"Yeah. I started feeling like doing I was feeling like more success. I got the more I had to represent. Black people like positive energy. Like, I had basically I was I was getting a seat at the table. I'd get a seat at the table. I mean, I gotta speak up. And that's what I felt I feel like to this point like because. You know, it was it was one thing speaking some of the communities in the inner city and just saying, hey, y'all we gonna lift ourselves up and doing we have to do. But then to be able to sit down and talk with people who who don't know about the struggle light or not they don't come into proximity of struggle. You know, Brian Evenson always be saying gotta get the FOX seventy or things, and it's like some people don't look don't do it. And they don't have access to do it. Like, I had to represent the people who are often unheard and people who are overlooked or maybe judge. So yeah, I did feel more responsibility to the more awards. The biggest things got the, you know, the more responsibility. I have is like my duty. There's that cold from Nina Simone, and she says the duty of the audit to reflect the time, and I feel like that will my duty is CJ. Do you know who Bryan Stevenson is? Because he's really worth looking at he he's an incredible story. He wrote the book just mercy. Which I would encourage all our listeners to read. He's a Harvard educated lawyer who turned down.
"evenson" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"It's kinda like that. That's just inherently inaccurate. There's no what do you mean? He doesn't play defense. He plays better. Evenson Rondo does. No. He does every game. He does know he plays better defense than Rondo. That is like a fact the eye tests the typically whichever measurement you wanna use. Okay. I give it to the his. I wanna know why does he outrebounding? I most game. You know, it seems like to me rebounding design the point has the desire and the other thing about him. I don't think you need to start at that. Most of his games comes when he pulled the ball out. Then he tries to drive in and that, you know in the fourth quarter things flow down with people put the ball immediately in the brawn James hand. And he dribbles for fifteen seconds. And then try to dishes shoot. And I think that's a really messes up at the end of the game. Well, that's true. That's the one thing that I'm with you with that. And that, but that's LeBron James man at the end of games. He's running the show. Let me explain something to you. I'm going to tell you on the other side. About people as they get older and athletes are no different. Okay. And I'll tell you what they do all of us do whether we're Nath Nathlie, whether we're just a regular person working nine to five job. We all have certain things that we never stray from. And I'll tell you what that isn't just a second. Yes, there this Donna show Roseanne here on ESPN LA. So I want to get to the Rams and what kind of they're facing here in a second. But I know people want to chime in in our Lakers discussion as well. We were talking about LeBron. Right. And the caller. A lot of stuff. But the one thing that Ken, our friend in the OC was saying that made sense was LeBron pounds the ball too, much the end of games. And here's exactly why he does that because in life, regardless of who you are you fall back on what you know. Okay. And it's what LeBron has always done. Lebron is always been more comfortable as much as he talks about wanting to run and this that and the other and playing the open floor. Yes, he's devastating in the open floor. He's been that way. When he was in Cleveland the time when he was in Miami here, clearly we've seen that. But when it's close, and it's type, and you your indicate uncomfortable scenario. What do you do you go to your bag of tricks, and you go to the bag of tricks that always works, right or that has always worked for you? So you go to that one trick that you know, that you can count on. And that's what he can count on. You know, what I'm a bully six eight hundred seventy pounds. Gimme the ball out figure it out. I'll make the right play. Whether it's driving to the who. Whether that shooting from my comfortable spot, whether it's driving and dishing all that stuff. He understands that he can think through the game better than anyone. So he relies on that trick it may not be the most efficient way to play basketball. It's been affected for him last year. It was one of he was one of the one of the best club. She's ever right? He was incredible doing that last year. Now, it doesn't gone that way yet this year. That's a nice moments. But it hasn't gone that way where he scoring it will. But let's not remember that literally by doing that last year it one Cleveland a ton more games than they had business. He based on how I played, but agreed. But that's exactly why he continues to go back to that. Well, you should. Here's the difference though. Sometimes when LeBron well, here's the deal pass out of it. He will have he might pound a lot. But a lot of times he's creating open shots for guys by doing that. He's not just like waiting to always settle for what what happens as a teammate. Is you have to be ready to shoot the ball potentially with two or three seconds left on the shot clock? And not everyone is ready for that. And that's part of the adjustment of playing with. Lebron is that he's going to go to his bag of tricks, and that bag of trick that one trick of taking the ball.
"evenson" Discussed on No Agenda
"Whenever you're ready to love a child of your own that I think is the intent of the ad. I don't know. Does it really work? Worked for me. But bring it up probably doesn't work. No. I'm gonna go along with the you know, if you can't if everybody is this is the problem with doing this symbolic kind of like Alan the blank type of ad. Yeah. It's just they're always like this. It's like well you fill into by gilded in wrong, whereas ice cube. He makes it very very clear. Lord, bring the dole when crazy. Few what they killed you alone alone. Arrest arrested credit is. Sticks. Arrested arrested. Arrest of president arrest. I think it's pretty clear what he's trying to tell us. I think that's a little more. You know? That's that's hard to. I can get this this. I understand night. Got it this one I understand. Wow. Yeah. We'll have so little respect for the country. Yes. It's pretty funny. Now, let's we were talking about. I think we had. Ongoing discussions of the southern strategy. And how the party switched the big switch. Yes. I think I have a jingle for that. You do a jingle. I think so. I didn't realize you. You were going to bring it up. Do something here at the end. Anyway, tell me what you thinking about. And I'll look for the Pat Buchanan clip, which I promised discusses because he was in the Nixon White House, and he discusses the so-called southern strategy in what it was not doing what it was doing it who is the racist who weren't into. None of this ever. Lot of the stuff is bit exaggerated largely by democrat. Inclined history professors and people that pushed their agenda on this poor hapless student who doesn't get a real clear picture of things. And I thought it's as line not real long. But it's long enough that I thought it's something you'd particularly like because adds to the narrative of this discussion. I was wondering if you can give us your thoughts regarding whether president Nixon had stuttered strategy. Clearly we wanted to we wanted to win it all eleven southern states nineteen sixty six campaign to dips. George Wallace should against lifting. And described that in my book, if you read the book, the libel against Richard Nixon, it said us racist tactics to win the south that is full. The Democrats would your Wilson re segregated the federal government carried all eleven southern states fifty yard put cactus Jack order Texas on his ticket. Tax. If your put a clansman on the supreme court fifty I put Jimmy birds still chilling on the supreme court with blocked anti lynching law. So for decades, the Democratic Party used the issue of rage to maintain the solidity of northern liberal southern coalition. What apple was at least Evenson states. Wallace carried the same state athlete. Stevenson care against Eisner. Because Evenson which until guy in foreign policy. David. Ticket. John sparkman of Alabama was a signer of the Dixie festival which called for massive resistance to integration and resistance to these court decision senior in high school. So the Democrats were that we wrote in that piece column I wrote Knicks four dick Nixon when shells it should look. To the Dixiecrats to squeeze the last out of political to add fruit of racial injustice. Nixon voted for the Civil Rights Act of nineteen fifty seven sixty nineteen sixty four sixty five sixty at a date at the. At once. The sound was desegregated. Showers table naturally. The south. If from its conservative convictions straight into the can. But only if he was desegregated. So I think I mean it's alive. Happy to take that went on in taking it on that book liberals wining and complaining wind and complain what if They are DR? all confederate states every single tiny ran all four times. It's good clip. The problem is anyone who was interested is just going to is will glaze over. It's it's so much easier to say, hey, they all swapped and the racist are now Republicans you don't need to say any more than that. Every time. I hear one of these been playing these long clips about this for forever, people do some glaze over. I don't think everybody does can listen on the show. I don't of course, not our producers. But the thing that got me I didn't realize because I was a democrat at the time..
"evenson" Discussed on On The Media
"The use those tools to sell candidates to voters that way they sell soap or dishwashing detergent. And that's what you get is actually really really weird way to sell a candidate. But that is what we do. Now. Now. I mean, I guess we something different kinda online world because that is actually not an attack on Stevenson, notably is very sympathetic with the voters. Like, you know, what I don't know. These people seem what reasonable it doesn't require demonizing. At least Evenson what was television doing to our debate over our fundamental truths in mid century television was trying to do the same things that Radiohead tried to do network news was for sure trying to, cultivate, debate and cover politics and on the whole the age of network news, forty eight to seventy eight say was characterized by significantly less political polarization than either before or since there's a lot that you could point to that's concerning about television in those years. But if you're interested in political moderation, that's what you get where our air of polarization. Begins is when the remote control is invented in the nineteen seventies and cable news, first starts people who aren't interested in politics. Stop voting because they tend to vote according to this theory during the golden age of television because when they come home from work. It's the only thing that's on is television news, their pay more attention on V. They tend to vote, and they tend to be moderates. And when cable starts then suddenly when you come home from work there two hundred and sixty things to watch new can watch reruns of Gilligan's island, and then you stop voting because you kind of stop paying attention. So that moderates drop out of the electorate and really significant ways with the rise of cable television. There are all these kind of curious little moments where we see quite clearly how symbiotically our media, and our politics have grown, and how inseparable they are you conclude by saying what we feel every day. It's at the American experiment hasn't ended. What do you think are the truths that ultimately hold? It together. Or what do you think we're really fighting over still I think what's been unsettling for partisans on all sides, and for moderates, as well is the sense in recent years that really everything is back on the table things that have peered to have been political settlements. Earlier generations seem now to be revealed as not settled at all that made it very difficult to end this this book, I also was committed in writing the book to insist that the United States is founded on the idea of quality. But it is equally founded on the idea of inquiry that an obligation of every citizen is to inquire into why the world is the way it is. And how it can be made better. And what it is about our national creed that sticks and works, and what it is about our political practices that need reformation. That sounds great. But was that really a a fundamental truth? Yeah. The declaration event lead facts. He submitted to a candidate world are founding documents are full of commitments to prove an evidence in inquiry, and there are themselves the product of people who read a great deal of history because they knew that that's where you could sort of see what happens when you do this. What happens when you do that? And what happens when a society is arranged this way. And what happens when this arrangement is tested. So to end a nine hundred page account of American history with my verdict on the question that hell inner Hamilton ask, you know. Can we rule ourselves can any people rule themselves with reflection and reason choice election or are? We all just faded to descend into being ruled by accident and force. I can't answer that the point of the book is to ask readers to reckon with that question that that is an obligation of citizenship. Shiels? Thank you so much. Thank you. Jill Lepore is the author of these truths. A history of the United States. So back in the eighteenth century Hamilton asked if we're really capable of self governance can modern science tell us what history cannot back in those days and even today despite abundant evidence to the contrary many believe that we make decisions rationally so what's the rational decision making model? It's one that favours data over intuition that assumes we have sufficient time and information to affectively way options and that will make choices.
"evenson" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman
"One thing you talk about a lot. I've noticed is using really animated family connections hidden family. Shame hidden family. Pride by sacrifice one family member might make for another that shows up a lot in your work. So talk about how that helps you find the angle of approach to writing. But also it occurs to me. You take pains, and I've always noticed his Tyson. The thing. You just said about not knowing that Magnus Carlsen is necessarily genius in anything else. One thing that you make clear that I I know is true is Tyson. Raising entirely different circumstance raised with two loving. Parents could have been doctor. He's really brilliant in a couple of areas. Yeah. Other than when you talk about capacity for like memories synthesizing thought, can you talk a little bit about sort of when you look at Magnus capacity. We're talking about what and capacity. What hits you about about Tyson, the people don't toe relapse? Oh, yeah. Well, I mean anybody that really has spent time with him talking to him. They always remark on how intelligent he is an any boxing store in says foreign away Tyson is not the greatest living boxing stories ever. And it's interesting because again, you ply, you know, what my my father was bored to death in law school because he just I'm just assimilating a bunch of information that no way prepares to be a lawyer who would be enthused by this. You talk about how the the cost. Of the abuse Tyson faced. And how it probably shifted things irrevocably for him. Yes. And then on the other hand, you talk about in your work sacrifices that certain people make for other people in the nobility of that. And hadn't it's feels to me the Matic for you. So why? Because I think I think that the artists that have most pulled us in. I mean, I think Cuba for me was really interesting because it seemed like there was a great symmetry between tale Phyllis Evenson. The great Cuban champion second most famous person after fail Castro and Vincent Van Gogh Vincent Van Gogh's. The most beloved artists in the world it he's crazy, right? He's the definition of crazy artist. If you ask a kid who's crazy painter, they'll save Angola cut off his ear, and that sort of thing. But the other thing is that he kept doing what he was doing evenly couldn't sell in the book, you say he wanted to sell his paintings. He tried Stevenson who who I share a fascination with. I remember what his remember the point gloves and everything where he would. Yeah. The question of finally he didn't chase the money at all. No, he turned it down. And he told me drunk out of his head and forcing me to drink while I was with them, and I don't drink. He said there are decisions that we all have to make our heart and soul that we have to live with and. Live with this now, and I'll die with it. And he did I interviewed his daughters. Q magic palace. I would have took the money to fight alley. I don't give a shit. I'm proud of who my father was I'm happy to live in a little apartment Cancun. I know who my father wasn't who I am. And that impresses me a lot more than some of the boxing clients that I've trained on the upper east side, I train under Miro's and I trained under Matisses, and they look like these artists wipe their asses with them for these people spent five hundred thousand dollars on that painting. But it doesn't mean anything to them as an emptiness and loneliness to to New York that his heavy Cuba. There's a sadness, but there's also joy, and it's not defined my money, which is funny thing to know that that can exist anywhere and just players will there's big money for those thirty people or for the top five people. They too are in it for something else as your in for something else. Yeah. I don't think I mean, one of the great lines air. Moore's is a huge hero mind. One of the great points. He was making is I don't subscribe to this idea that you can turn your kids into a prodigy. I don't believe that you can encourage them to become Bobby Fisher. If you want to use your kid is a trophy kid for how brilliant he is with using vehicle of chess. Bobby Fisher wasn't encouraged to become Bobby Fisher, Bobby Fisher, had no choice, but to be Bobby Fisher calf had no choice, but to become kaffa..
"evenson" Discussed on Get Up!
"Right we sent you to the greg with a little trivia this year james harden became the fourth player in history to average thirty points again on a sixty five win teams jalen says he he can name the basketball historian himbal i grew up playing on a milk crate metoo bill to telephone pole literally okay really rare see or helps here rematch ream have jabbar that's kuranda greatest of all time or championships in high school three college six in the nba the league's alltime leans on player be nineteen ninety eight i've played against his guy michael air jeffrey jordan seven game series they beat our pacers i was getting minutes him bowl and this guy was only unanimous mvp in the history of the game and he's injured right now the show steph curry he's correct those are correct and make sure you should be aware that easy and beetle all three of those others actually jordan did it twice all four of those others one mvp that season which suggests that harden will as well yep all right what congratulations thank you i time for a little who won the internet it's a special interface addition in your face this just happened second runner up lance evenson doing lance things ready for their he's he just loves life is why does he really does and the best thing last beavis and did actually return indiana because once he left the pace as he was on a couple of teams out trying to find his way indiana has embraced land laugh all that place home little pre oh baseball action.
"evenson" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"So he's taken island park and he sees the clansman are all huddled together in the middle of the park and they're surrounded by mounted cops who are all facing inward meaning there watching them not protecting them uh and so the clansman all looked bummed out and he's like what you guys not the day they're expecting it all right and dc is fucking furious and then he looks up in the students are all gathered on the bridge overlooking the park it it looked like they were definitely not going to allow a parade the way they were behaving in stevenson yelled that he wanted to see the police chief for the mayor k just yelled it out and then one of his little clan minions ran off to make it happen hasn't lately lots of air good to see you a reporter walked by and stevenson grabbed him hey given the mire quote the city county officials have utterly failed to protect the law abiding clansman in south bend and it's a is there a harder group the victim i like self victimization of the qalandya like you buddy you're lucky you're alive all the time every management oh that's lucky they let me get away with this attitude now i don't know what they're thinking and he said of the reporter of the american flag is being trampled upon in the streets of south bend reporter asked evenson if he would have a parade in stevenson pointed at the cloudy skies and a little bit of drizzle that was following and he said quote i am cancelling the parade because of the weather not because there were got their ass kicked a student at out it's drizzly and emma boys don't have their warm come face in robes they we we did not bring our waterproofs we did not break ponchos we did not bring backups so he said mark my words though we will at some future date a prayed in south then and if necessary we will call in the us army for protection which out said a word on the other that work and weighed lag they army hello army yes it's the klan uh now we would like to marjayoun scream about blacks and catholics and immigrants some wonder if we go luma help sorry can you hang up were trying to make another call.
"evenson" Discussed on Thompson & Trudell
"I can't stand you from the other side from the opposing side and i was nervous when i heard found out that will idbi teammates with land stevenson i don't know what he's he like is he had jerk as he selfcentred he's all about him play will as the ovens lance is one of the most humble down to earth funny appreciative just respectful caring teammates that i've i've ever had in their light when i say there was never a dull moment between lance evenson in tony allen going back and forth in the locker room or just like just there's just there's a spectacle for a spectacle that was a real fun year so tony allen led stevenson and matt barnes and when locker room we had a blast must above that i'll give you so before we get into this training camp scuffles stuff i'll give you my i'll give you my starting five for lakers since i worked for two thousand eight uh just for the here's gazyeta for the guys that i liked being around ibm's i to see if kkob major let someone here kohl we start the go ahead go ahead i won i want to hear you feel about everybody else so at point guard we're going jordan farmer the firearm i i love far a he had it when i first got here there were some of that rep work as he's he's confident right at people would like backup are confident and i like people like that israel real though he's always cool with me i was wondering how i was in so farmers want you are counting on jordan farm are of the airwaves you are farm are ask you guys the actor of former josh powell hold my guy a good guy gregory i lamar owed him lamar everybody loves a ma how pau gasol.