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"fifty five one year" Discussed on The Best of Coast to Coast AM

The Best of Coast to Coast AM

07:47 min | 5 months ago

"fifty five one year" Discussed on The Best of Coast to Coast AM

"Five g for you for details mel. Here's a highlight from coast to. Am on iheartradio now. This story of president eisenhower close. Carter's is this the valiant thor story. Oh my goodness no. I don't have a whole lot of faith in that one. I'm sorry to say This is the story of him. Going out to palm springs california on a so-called vacation in february of nineteen fifty. Four eisenhower could've golfed anywhere. So the very fact that he flew like over two thousand miles just to spend Four or five days golfing in the desert should have raised some red flags right off the bat and that's two years after the flap over the nation's capital right which you ever see headlines in washington paper. There's a picture of eisenhower. Just after winning the republican party nomination with richard nixon as his running mate and then the headline right above them. Ufo's over the capital and On a couple of occasions. July nineteen fifty two. That's right okay. So tell us about his trip. Well eisenhower and the first lady went out to palm springs despite the fact that they practically made a second home of gusta georgia where they loved. the golf course there and i and people Literally built him a house on the course to live in so it becomes exceptionally strange to fly all the way out to palm springs which was just a short flight to edwards air force the western white house. I guess well he stayed at the palm. Are the palm springs smoke tree ranch and a bit of an exclusive place and on friday night february nineteenth nineteen fifty four We can check the records and he Seemed to have a big gap during the evening where his whereabouts are not officially recorded and meanwhile there was a big party for the media at the hotel which they probably didn't think much of at the time but this may be the mo Of operation of distracting the media to give the president a really good chance to slip out under the cover of darkness and fly to edwards air force base in the early nineteen eighties A man stepped forward and said i was amongst this group that encircled president eisenhower to give him extra security at edwards As we stood on the edge of a runway in an open air Plane hangar and there were five spaceships out on the hangar or on the runway rather and Some human-like stepped out and communicated in english with president eisenhower. And they had some things they wanted to share with them and then they kinda played their hand and he told them to beat it in so many words over really He said gutsy by the president well in so many words. He said we can't have this. This is just unacceptable to people. You're too far beyond us. They had ships that Dazzled everyone they put on an aerial display over the runway and the desert night air and showed that their technology was far ahead of ours. three where circular ships and two elongated or a cigar shape and They landed and came back and then they really blew the president's mind and that was the last straw with what they were able to do. A right in front of him. What was that. And that was to be able to either cloak themselves or Control their molecular structure their atomic structure and make themselves invisible to the naked eye reappear. Even moving over to one side the pilot. So i was. There and eisenhower was really uncomfortable about this that we knew they were there. And yet we We i guess they heard them and then they couldn't see them so They reappeared and eisenhower was like oh my goodness we just cannot have this walking around on the in our country like cause absolute chaos disrupt our society. And you know. I'm not going to be responsible for a like a wall street crash and people having heart attacks and Everyone remembered the war of the worlds. The orson welles broadcast where supposedly people panicked at the thought of Martians they did. They did indeed That was a little overblown by orson welles in the aftermath claiming all this There was a a bit of Curious reaction by people. I think one man did have a heart attack but Everyone recall that and thought. Oh boy we can't have aliens landing here in In our skies zipping about In our air f- air Traffic and walking around amongst people even if they did look like humans very much that was the description by the pilot who wished to remain. Anonymous told this story and it came out of news papers in nineteen eighty two and a little dribs and drabs. And i read about it in nineteen eighty five. Thought this is really cool story. You believe this story paul. I really do. After researching it for many years and cramming is facts and sources in my book to try to give people their money's where i really think did happen and there's a number of sources in there that say it's a very real thing. Eisenhower was calm but told him you're going to have to leave. Apparently the main thing the aliens wanted in exchange for a quote educational program for humanity to let them know that they're not alone in the universe was to. Please stop these atomic bomb test. Detonations going on in the air in the water and it's polluting all three and punching into outer space and they practically begged for president eisenhower. And he eventually declined. He said i'm not going to disarm unilaterally and he kept up the The test Atomic bomb explosion project For a couple of years to come couldn't e. t's have obliterated us if they wanted to. I would assume so. Yeah they they certainly had the aerial technology and the cloaking technology and we can assume that if they were of the violent nature but they were said to have been friendly. Spoke english We're on armed and They were not any fret in person to eisenhower but this is another. Threat is an old war Maneuvering strategist eisenhower. Was quite familiar with the story of the trojan horse. What if you let in some friendly aliens and this is just opening the floodgates to gosh knows what coming later so this is another reason why he asked them to stay away and may have formed and agreement of sorts that needed to be signed and the late great art campbell put together some wonderful research. That indicated eisenhower flew to new mexico in february of nineteen fifty. Five one year later and may well have synced up An agreement Addressing this issue of the aliens having a base out in nevada that With the air force permission to come and go quietly and exchange would not show themselves would not disrupt american society and people would be allowed to blindly go on believing that ufo's and a little green men were just silly Science fiction movies at the time. That's that's possibly you very conceivable. Do you think there was a private deal not public.

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"fifty five one year" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

GSMC Baseball Podcast

02:36 min | 11 months ago

"fifty five one year" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

"Your team won the world series ultimately in a fantastic series, seven games against the Yankees, but fifty seven and one forty, two, clearly one of the reasons why they won that year, and just man just fascinated. That's one of my favorites. Whenever somebody says steroids or a year whatever I was, go gonzales so one fifty seven. The Guy was a string bean. Could he possibly fifty seven, being the size that he is the only pitcher on the list. That I have here. Eric Ganja from two to four pretty much known. That's that's when things happen for him. Because he came up as a starter for the for the dodgers five one five. And a four seven five era in two thousand and two thousand one, those are full years, those one hundred innings plus. So, then he decides to reinvent himself in the bullpen quote, unquote reinvent yourself two thousand and two one nine seven era, an eighty two innings, two, thousand and three one to. Era In fifty five saves at eighty two innings, and in two thousand four to one ninety Ra in eighty two innings, so he had a streak there of what was at eighty, five straight saves Interro fifty-five one year. Just like what dude you go from a struggling starting pitcher, who's not gonna be able to make the big leagues to winning a Cy Young and finishing sixth in the MVP voting as closer fifty five innings, a one to fifty five saves in eighty two innings a one. Yeah yeah, clearly ab something going on there and your back pocket. Mr Gonyea but I'm surprised that more pitchers are on the list again. Everybody thinks steroids think hitters, deep ball power home runs, but I think pitching. fastballs I think recovery I think relievers throwing every day I think. GONYEA is a perfect example about Al. pitchers could have been leveraging this stuff back in the nineties, but I am not by any means advocating for steroid use in baseball. Obviously, everybody knows it's crazy, legal now crazy amounts of testing, but just a fascinating era in the late nineties early two thousands with no testing to you see guys who hit thirty home runs tops come out and just pop fifty seven out of nowhere and just assume that the best shape of my life and we're seeing the ball well now. That's not how it works, so we're. We're onto you. Oh shucks! That'll wrap it up for the four segment. Here of the GMC baseball podcast brought to you by the. PODCAST network we're going to pause right now for word from one of our sponsors and one of our sister shows, but when we come back, we're diving into baseball. Reference Straddle Matic. We're going to get an update on the simulation. See what's going on, so stick.

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"fifty five one year" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"fifty five one year" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Really I wish one big bad guy got song and record of the year and I was also an album of the year and best new artist America's listening to fox news time is now eight oh two good morning I'm mark Caesar this update is brought to you by Austin regional clinic volunteers counted the homeless in Austin this weekend mayor Steve Adler says it's never an exact science means point in time counts don't count everyone there are people that will be in places that we just can't find a place to the count was two thousand two hundred and fifty five one year earlier it was twenty one hundred and forty seven to UT students are among the victims of a stabbing spree late last week in downtown Austin UT police chief David Carter's confirm that via Twitter in response to recent spikes in violent crime UT president Gregory fitness is now seeking funding for more police officers Austin police she primarily says his department is also beefing up coverage in the entertainment district we've reached out to the department of public safety who is already taken increased presence in Austin and they have committed no fewer than twenty troopers to assist us in this also wants funding for upgraded security technology around the UT campus unknown homeless woman recalling Morris is accused of attacking five people within a thirty minute span along various parts of six St Patrick Osborne newsradio kill the J. that attack sparked another argument between the governor and mayor Adler Christine Cavanaugh says the data does not support abit statement twenty two a spike of violence last year Adler says a PD handle Baptist by increasing the presence and effectively address.

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"fifty five one year" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

Optimal Finance Daily

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"fifty five one year" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

"Is retirement age, the wrong goal by Craig Stevens of retire before dad dot com. I named this blog based on a goal I set back in two thousand two to retire at age fifty five one year before the age, my dad retired the objective drives, many of my financial decisions it has all the markings of a smart goal specific measurable, achievable relevant and time bound, but now that I'm older and think more critically about money and family. I have started to question whether retirement age is the right goal several factors have led me to rethink the logic seventeen years later retirement, define I've always thought of my goal in terms of traditional retirement, that is to withdraw from active working life. The day. My dad retired was the last day he ever earned money from job. You could say he's my retirement role model sometime before I turned fifty six I'll stop working forever to. That's still the current plan, at least, but the word retirement can be interpreted in other ways one can retire from career, but not stop working for money. For example, an NFL star that retires from play. It becomes a commentator. I could declare myself retired from my career at age fifty five or any age really whether I'm fully prepared to retire or not, then keep working on something else that I'm more passionate about during a living, even though I wouldn't need the money since I already retired. I say this ingest. If you read a lot of early retirement blogs, this may sound familiar at this stage, in my savings journey, I expect to exit fulltime work at or before age fifty five, especially the kind of work that involves a commute or firm weekly time commitment, but I do enjoy entrepreneurial work when it's at my own pace, and I may want to continue that kind of work in semi retirement, perhaps, before age fifty five or after since I have a business now this is more likely than it was a decade ago. Then again, I'm not all that ambition. When I have enough money laziness might kick in a better retirement goal may be to retire when I'm good and ready.

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"fifty five one year" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

15:33 min | 2 years ago

"fifty five one year" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"What are you going to Email from Brian g well, the lions ever make a Super Bowl in our lifetime doubt it well again one hundred and fifty years old I gave a to maybe. But. I don't know what to say to that. I've been I've been a part of all this since nineteen fifty seven and nine. Just terrible. They just got to get quality people to run this organization and. They haven't really done that yet. Now, you gotta give Quinn. A little more chance you got to give him at least another year. So and you're going to have to give probably two more years because you've got the coaches rookie. Get him in the three years. I don't think the judge by next year. Let's go completely down the tubes. But the third year they've been show some progress or they both maybe gone, and they're they're at the hip. They're gonna leave together. The cases. Ruled the line eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five. You can Email Cameron sports talk at Yahoo dot com. Open line for both hours till you wanna talk to Super Bowl. You can be very interesting game. The key for Brady in my opinion is your good. He's going to have to be upright. Not identities any questions it has been upright so far in the playoffs. Can't let pass rushes get to them. And. You know, he hasn't had a real good year this year Brady they talking about sue they talked. They talked about Stanford. But Brady's tenant rough year. One of the worst of his career. Yet they came back to win. And that's a key winning. That's why pick him just because of the experience of the coaches, and I think the coach. The Rams vs. Unbelievable. Unbelievable. But he doesn't have the experience. There's nobody to prepares like ballot. Check nobody ever prepares ballot. Check. So he knows every little thing that's going on. And I think that'll be the difference in the game. Would that surprise me at the Rams one? No, I don't think Soule have much of an impact you have no year. He did a little bit better in the playoffs. Donald sur main man supposed to be the run defender what he had forty six tackles all year. That's a joke. That's a joke. Forty six forty attacks all season. That's a joke. Yes. Played better the playoffs. But he wants to be a billionaire. That's what he says he wants you billiards. Give me a show eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five that's eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five. You can Email Cameron sports talk radio dot com. Don't forget a week from nine plane makes a return appearance. No guests for Nick said, they both shows five to seven when he got an Email from Chuck and Belleville the Super Bowl is brought to you by the brain fart brothers, aka the saints and chiefs and any idea who will sign Harper Machado. Well, I think I think Michelle I got no clue on the book that seem age, and he's trying to price them out is what he is teams stupid enough to give the money pay. Go ahead. That doesn't help. I as far as. I don't feel Delfi as really making a push at both of them. If I would Philly, I would concentrate Machado number one. Harper doesn't wanna play there? He's a west coast guy, wife and everything that live in Vegas. They won't be another thing. San Diego's making a push for that'll be interesting. But. But. The reason why he wouldn't pull till yes. You'd help the offense to forty last year, and he's a bad teammate and the rebuilding. You wanna get the guy like, Dan? And when you're rebuilding ruined the clubhouse. I don't know. Tell zehr, but the province Philadelphia's this thirtieth last year. In. Offense. They really screwed up down the stretch. Only one twelve of the last forty games. Their offense was bad. They need help on the offense defense the worst in the league. Run-saving very fuse run saved. And I think in the major leagues and now they're getting Bryce Harper. Who is rated on a scale with cast Janos is a right fielder. He's going to help you. No. He's that. Even if even the Philly owner says, well, we're going to spend a lot of money with maybe stupid. Yes, you are stupid going by what you're going by. I think you're going to see him still the last minute trying to get a deal with the dodgers. Maybe if San Diego's really trying to push for him. They're not gonna win. Had a pretty good year last year. That could be a place. We would go that's on the west coast. He lives in Vegas, and he wants to be on the west coast wants to go with the limelight. He'll pick LA. I mean. Let's see if the dodgers going to spend that money to get him. Now, the cubs definitely asked her. Both of them. Don't know that he wants to go with the cubs Machado on the other hand could. Because when shadows friends with her heartbreak Harper's friends with the third basement bright, they both live in Vegas. He's trying to get him to go to the cubs. So. Kinda pretty quick screenings coming up. It's got to happen. Pretty quick. Let's hope the weather's like this for opening talk the wings trae now who are they going to treat. That's the thing. The wings. I think you're gonna try to treat green, although the record with Grena lineup is outstanding and without grief. Now, they want three zero. And the Red Wings. But I think they would like to still try to get something anything for grandma and criminals had a good year this year. I might add. He saved a potential tying goal last night with a good defensive play. He's played better. This should he has left three or four years. Well, there some interest out there. We'll see where that carries them. I think you're going to try to see him trade Nyquist Nyquist a pretty good year. He scored the winning goal. He's a he's had a pretty good year. He's a guy that should be scored thirty goals here, and he's not doing it. But he's hustling played better defensive neighbor has here. He's passing the buck. The last couple of years better than he ever has too. But the rebuilding so they needed a piece their defense would especially maybe. So we'll see where that comes on the. The other defense when they got from Philadelphia last year, they may try to trade him daily. He's on the block Howard. And let me tell you something. Rene was just great last night grit. Shut up with thirty five saves shut up plan tastic fan. Fantastic. But he's not. I don't think you're number one Beckham solid backup. I don't think anybody did. Grand Rapids, ready. Take an alternate. Your next year. A right. Yeah. They need another year. So if they trade the trade Howard, they may want to get a veteran backup for a year. Anyway, is one of the pieces they get in return. You said a heck of a year this year. Let's go back to the phones we go to. Curtain frazier. Kurt. Hey, Ron it's over fifty degrees by my house today. Maybe the tiger should start the season in February. No, don't go there fella. But you're right. Fifty four today. The last time I heard. It's warmer now than it will be when they take the field opening home game. But anyway. We've already gone down that road before with the schedule. It's always starts to early but back in the fifties. It started in the middle April. But they only played one hundred fifty four games scheduled and they ought to think about going back to that honor fifty four game schedule. We'll have I have all these playoff rounds because they didn't have. I can't you think the players going to take a cut. Absolutely not. Well, that's the problem. The like you said, you're you're talking about revenue for the owners. They gotta get there losing money on the salaries they gotta make it up sometime somehow. Well, the problem is the players that aren't very good are making millions of dollars. They blamed up the good players of the good free agents for making the price to. But the good free agents are actually worth the money. Got guys like Harper and Machado are actually worth the money guys. Like mouse, Shane green and guys like that don't deserve to make five and six million dollars a year. You know, they've been in the league that long they're never gonna guy asks hurry to forty million dollars. A you think Harper's worth that? No. He's you know, some some players are a lot better than others. A lot of money. Like, Michael Jordan was worth a lot of money done basketball. Yes. When you get in your playing, the everyday players millions of dollars that doesn't make sense to me. These guys aren't worth at. They're barely worth the minimum major league salary because a lot of these guys don't belong in the major leagues. They're only there because there's thirty teams. Bad teams. Well, I'd like to see I'd like to see the salaries a little more under control. And I really wanna see the ticket prices lowered by a dramatic margin. Well that would help. But I don't think we're going to see that. But I agree. We should be seeing that the Tigers haven't done anything to change their bullpen. I don't see any additions really on this team and their bullpen at all. And they're not ready maybe to to add to the bullpen. Addition. What are your starters? In the bullpen that was it last year. Look at. That were on the bolt. They listen to me. Listen, the guys they just started the starter. They signed his is one of those guys is going to the. Tyson Ross or Matt Moore, they're thinking Matt Moore. Okay. So you're saying Matt moral new piece one of the holdovers holdovers are any of these guys often get Norris. All right. You're saying Daniel Norris and Matt Moore could be two new pieces. That's great. Who would who would be out of the bullpen? And here's the guys that they use last year. Louis Coleman Faris John Lewis glues common with his team. Anyway, I don't think you don't like Coleman. I'd say pretty good. But he's he's slacked off at the end of the year, and and they released him anyway. So I'm not sure if he's going to see recite anywhere Lewis. We'll check out on the we'll check out on the wire now firework. He's got a good arm. I'd like to keep him there. Shane green. He's going to be coming back. Right. Oh, yeah. Lane Hardee's back blade hardy. I think so Joe Yemen has he'll be back. Right. Yeah. A bad second-half too. But he may be the back. Daniel stump. Well, he make it all the Tigers resigned. Coloma to a minor league deal. So he could be right. And then the last one would be drew Verhagen. You think he's going to be back? That's question. Mark. So those two might be gone. And and you're saying this Matt Moore Daniel north. News. Penn. All right now, that's Ron the Super Bowl is in is between Los Angeles and New England. So I pulled up the Los Angeles Dodgers, and I've got the top five players three of the dog. Of course, they go back to the Brooklyn Dodgers now run the top five RBI leaders in their history that Brooklyn L A dodgers, how you gonna do here on this one guy back to Brooklyn. You're gonna talk about Duke. Snider course, he's number one. Yeah. New Snyder's right there. You're talking about. These years are going on me. Is is Steve guard well playing on the team because three of the guys played on that same team from that Duke Snider era, Steve Garvey, Steve. Steve Garvey, number five. Good nine hundred ninety two you got number five. Is gonna get you got one in five two more players from the nineteen forty. Fifty dodgers are on that list. Carl willow. Yeah. He's number four right fielder. That was a tough one. I'll tell you that. Yeah. Thousand and fifty eight I'm very. All right. The first baseman. Oh, yeah. Natori, but. Oh my God. Hodges? He was later manager with the Mets lodges. Yup. Go Hodges, see number two and number three. You gotta go all the way back to nineteen ten to nineteen twenty six leftfielder. He hit three fifty five one year. I have no clue on that. Queen. Sack wheat Zach. We'd. Yeah. Okay. Another half Zach, right? Jackie Robinson's number eleven, you know, the Jackie Robinson had is one hundred birthday. Now, if he would have been alive you'd be one hundred years old. Well, he's not alive. So seven hundred thirty four of course, he didn't get the plate though. I think it was twenty seven when he finally brought him up seven. You're right. Yeah. Let's say anybody that's on the current dodgers. That are on this list. I don't really see any. I'll bet -solutely not. The most recent name on this list is. Adrian Gonzalez or hundred and forty eight. They haven't really had great hitters the. Like the Braves has. Years ago. They move around like chess. The dodgers were more more on pitching team more of a pitching oriented. You did pretty good. You've got four hundred five run. All right. Joy the Super Bowl. I will you take care. We'll talk to you later. You too. Bye bye. Let's go to JJ Lincoln park JJ. Good afternoon. Cameron dodgers my favorite dodgers back in the day was Willie Davis. The center fielder. What could he one heck of a baseball player and a great defended defender, and he could run like like the whizz going to win. I remember. So I had him on my strategy Matic team towards the end of his career. But. He always did..

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"fifty five one year" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"fifty five one year" Discussed on No Agenda

"The negative impacts can have, particularly on younger players grew up with Twitter, Instagram, as an integral part of life. They played checking Twitter at halftime. I've seen it player Tweety Nadi reasons with an organization about playing time or how being utilized. I see far too often, but the most concerning watching it really talented player groped his mind and confidence by reading all the critiques from anonymous football, birds around the world, negative social media can Lewin a play reading your mentions. It's poison. Thank you. Jason Witten just published four months after retiring as a player witness already doing more thoughtful in cypher journalism than many of my peers. I, I shouldn't be surprised. Journalists are dicta Twitter. Right? Anything that might cost them Twitter, really? Sorry about the quality. I I know I did a better version of this, but it sounds fine. Okay, guys, anyway, this is where I want to start the clip is that this where journalists are we talked about this all, they're all trolling on Twitter and they're afraid to say anything or report anything that might piss off their followers. This is something I hadn't taken into consideration that the journal the journals themselves don't want to lose their important followers engagement. So they're very cautious as to what they write enlist. They're doing it for effect is Twitter. They bigger threat to football than CT what a c. t. that's that head injury that you go. Twitter's worse than head injuries. Twitter has more influence over many professional athletes, coaches executives, and all the ship, the negative impact. Twitter is inflicted most effectively on black athletes, Wikipedia entry for black, Twitter. There's no such thing as white Twitter or Asian Twitter or Latino Twitter or Brown Twitter. There's only black Twitter when black people create something good in quickly appropriate Little Richard recorded, tutti fruity in nineteen fifty five one year later. Elvis thing on his first album for RCA. You see what I'm getting at black Twitter's been around for nearly decking. No other group is mimicking it. Why? Because it's poisoned Twitter bay people into thinking and believing the most ridiculous things. Let me give you an example. Twitter has black people. Convinced that kneeling during the national anthem, the cure for police brutality and not a gesture that undermines the success of an industry in the league that seventy percent African American plays black athletes need to get off twin. Let's be clear Jason Witten column today had nothing to do in black Twitter. He was talking about Twitter in general. You can see it's harmful impact on everyone..

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"fifty five one year" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"fifty five one year" Discussed on No Agenda

"The negative impacts can have, particularly on younger players grew up with Twitter, Instagram, as an integral part of life. They played checking Twitter at halftime. I've seen it player Tweety Nadi reasons with an organization about playing time or how being utilized. I see far too often, but the most concerning watching it really talented player groped his mind and confidence by reading all the critiques from anonymous football, birds around the world, negative social media can Lewin a play reading your mentions. It's poison. Thank you. Jason Witten just published four months after retiring as a player witness already doing more thoughtful in cypher journalism than many of my peers. I, I shouldn't be surprised. Journalists are dicta Twitter. Right? Anything that might cost them Twitter, really? Sorry about the quality. I I know I did a better version of this, but it sounds fine. Okay, guys, anyway, this is where I want to start the clip is that this where journalists are we talked about this all, they're all trolling on Twitter and they're afraid to say anything or report anything that might piss off their followers. This is something I hadn't taken into consideration that the journal the journals themselves don't want to lose their important followers engagement. So they're very cautious as to what they write enlist. They're doing it for effect is Twitter. They bigger threat to football than CT what a c. t. that's that head injury that you go. Twitter's worse than head injuries. Twitter has more influence over many professional athletes, coaches executives, and all the ship, the negative impact. Twitter is inflicted most effectively on black athletes, Wikipedia entry for black, Twitter. There's no such thing as white Twitter or Asian Twitter or Latino Twitter or Brown Twitter. There's only black Twitter when black people create something good in quickly appropriate Little Richard recorded, tutti fruity in nineteen fifty five one year later. Elvis thing on his first album for RCA. You see what I'm getting at black Twitter's been around for nearly decking. No other group is mimicking it. Why? Because it's poisoned Twitter bay people into thinking and believing the most ridiculous things. Let me give you an example. Twitter has black people. Convinced that kneeling during the national anthem, the cure for police brutality and not a gesture that undermines the success of an industry in the league that seventy percent African American plays black athletes need to get off twin. Let's be clear Jason Witten column today had nothing to do in black Twitter. He was talking about Twitter in general. You can see it's harmful impact on everyone..

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"fifty five one year" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"fifty five one year" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"Night, football broadcaster, Jason Witten, the future hall of fame tidy and Pindi column for ESPN dot com. Outlining the dangers of Twitter inside an NFL locker room Whitten rope. I'm seeing the negative impact. Social media can have particularly on younger players who grew up with Twitter and Instagram as an integral part of life. A player, checking Twitter at halftime. I've seen it a player tweeting out a grievance with an organization about playing time or how he is being utilized. I see it far too often, but the most concerning watching a really talented player, corrupt his mind and confidence by reading all the critiques from anonymous football experts. Around the world, negative social media can ruin a player, reading your mentions. It's poison. Thank you. Jason Witten. Just a couple of short months after retiring as a player witness already doing more thoughtful and Saiful and impactful journalism than many of my peers. I guess I shouldn't be surprised. Journalists are dictated to Twitter and afraid to say right, anything that might cost them Twitter followers. But the truth is Twitter is a bigger threat to football than c. t. Twitter has more influence over many professional athletes than coaches executives and ownership. The negative impact of Twitter is inflicted most effectively on black athletes. There's a Wicky pedia entry for black Twitter. There's no such thing as white Twitter or Asian Twitter or Latino Twitter or Brown Twitter. There's only black Twitter when. N- black people create something good. It's quickly appropriated. Little Richard recorded. Tutti fruity in one thousand nine hundred fifty five one year later. Elvis, sang it on his first album for RCA. You see what I'm getting at black Twitter's been around for nearly a decade. No other group is mimicking it. Why? Because it's poison. Twitter Bates people into thinking and believing the most ridiculous things. Let me give you an example. Twitter has black people convinced that kneeling during the national anthem is the cure for police brutality and not a gesture that undermines the success of an industry in a league that employs seventy percent African American players. Black athletes need to get off Twitter. Now, let's be clear Jason Witten column today had nothing to do with black Twitter. He was talking about Twitter in general. He can see it's harmful impact on everyone. I can see Tom. Impact on us, black people. It dumbs down complex conversations and distorts reality. Twitter will have you convinced the NFL is the enemy of the black man because the league wants his players to respect the national anthem. Whitten said it best. The Twitter mob is not a reflection of reality are joining me. Now three former NFL players a former NFL scout and Bucky Brooks former Green Bay. Packer, Greg, Greg genie's, former Cincinnati, Bigalow great TJ whose wins outta guys. Let's start with Jason Whitten's point. Twitter has a negative impact on NFL locker rooms and athletes in general agree or disagree. Great. I agree to extent. I definitely believe that you can be to heavily influence by your mentions negatively by looking at them and make. Making responses that are unheralded or you shouldn't engage in. But when I look at Twitter as a whole and I look at athletes in the platform that it provides for us, it is a resource..

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