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How to Love Those Who Take Advantage of Us

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

05:10 min | Last month

How to Love Those Who Take Advantage of Us

"Do you keep loving and sharing and trying to be fair with people when people use that and basically? I see people you know the older I get. I think people are reading I do. That's what the argument was. Maybe we all three can come in some really behave in very inappropriate means angry destructive ways. I don't want to give this idea that we're looking at the world through rose colored glasses and distorting that that's not what the joy response is. The joint responses is biochemical for reflects happens on the body. When you don't allow that negative to affect you because you make a choice. This person cut me out and traffic. You can follow them for four miles chase them yell at them scream at them make vulgar gestures. Who you're hurting is you. That doesn't bother them. They do this all the time. They have other problems. I know what she's saying. What she's saying you give yourself to somebody that you share yourself. You have to be and then they take advantage of you because those people mistake your kindness for weakness and they think you're stupid but that's who you are when I give of myself when I give it to someone. I don't give expecting them to respond the way I want them to. That is not what life is about giving loving I speak of is extending yourself unconditionally. For the benefit of another human being who ever that human being is wherever however they wish to to use yourself doesn't matter what they do absolute. I'm giving because it makes me feel good to give well in addition to that delimit new. Stick something in here. There's an assumption that giving is always one on one in fact the giving needs to be to the entire outfit. We are always putting back in the pot. That's sometimes what is given to us goes back in the pot to someone who's not gonNA give directly back to us but there's a sense of contributing to the well being of the group appointed hasn't been brought up here too is when that happens. Sometimes if I may share this with you if you give into those people they're not you need to clean house. There are times in your life when the best things I've done is clean house and you eliminate the people in your life who are not moving in the same direction and are not feeding you what you need. I mean that's one of the greatest gifts hard enough to fix that up. I see a lot of people abort very quickly some people give up too soon. You WanNA clean house until it's really really. I mean but you clean clean after you realize that these people are bringing me down and I've done everything I can. I've given of myself but this person isn't going to help my life. You see what I'm saying. What I'm concerned about is a researcher. Purely though Oprah is that understand something I think. The three of us are trying to say by acting lovingly. This is not just some kind of romantic hogwash. And it's not just positive thinking and looking at communicating. Or I love you. You're my one and only deepest ocean. It's acts that show caring for the system as you said it's giving back to the system however what does that mean giving what. I do positively. It may not be aimed at that one man that day but it goes into the pot. We are all connected. We're all related. One person in this audience today is touched by this. That matters a great deal. It doesn't matter. One woman may give me a dirty look and then. I'm going to clean house. I'll never sit in front of you again. You understand the number one thing you can do for your own. Immune system is to do something altruistic to help you. Don't believe me after the Oprah show is over go out traffic fine traffic and wave people and give them a break. You'll feel really good now. If you're going to tell me didn't even thank me the fool. I'll cut out the next person. This isn't love purchase ensure bothering. Yeah sometimes I just think that should have been taken advantage of before. Bundy's hoping that sings through the person that maybe I did leave a good impression on and that may be somehow they'll think back to maybe it'll somehow change them because I mean sure things bring me down but I always find a way to pick myself backup. I'll stay the press for an hour but I'll do five hours worth of window shopping. Whatever and I'm perked up like when my parents to know the macronutrients eastward where my dad would give my mom fourteen bucks for two weeks recapping. She would laugh until tears. Roll Down Downer cheeks. How can you do grocery shopping fourteen with fourteen dollars but I think we all agree? What worries me most if we get the message and this one hour show somehow. Depression is bad. We're in trouble well. On top of that capacity all of us have for being jerks is very clear we tend to think that those people all have a capacity for jerks and I have to tolerate it. It's nice to know as you are also part of that jerk group at times it's right and that's okay the line between good and evil joab positive. Negative doesn't run between us and them. It runs right down the middle of all of us. Once you get that straight then you belong to the group rather than being an outsider doing but I also think it goes back to what Paul was saying earlier about choices I mean I know that I am not going to be love and all of the time but I've made the decision to at least seek that in my life and so that puts me at a better place than not even thinking about it I think I think we must really begin to take responsibility for allies. Really bottom line

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"joab" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

07:51 min | Last month

"joab" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"We opened today with David. Mourning the death of Absalom as far as we know he doesn't have any idea how absolute died or that Joab had anything to do with it but Joab knows and it seems like. He's filling a lot of guilt over David's grief and his own rebellion against David's orders to protect absalom rebukes David for not being more grateful over their victory and for leading the death of his enemy. Weigh him down even though it was his son. David responds in the way joab suggests putting a stop to his grief and going home to Jerusalem to appear before the people but it seems like David might harbor some resentment for jobs harsh words whether he was right or not. The people of Israel aren't really sure what to do with David Now. Should they still regard him as king? There are two primary responses and they're divided along tribal lines Judah David's tribe and then the rest of Israel interestingly the ones who are hesitating the most about reinstating Davis King or his own people Judah as he's attempting to convince the leaders of Judah to reinstate him. David does something unexpected. He replaces Joab the commander of his army with a Masa. Who was the commander of ABSALOM'S ARMY? Approximately twenty four hours earlier. Some people believed this was because Joab had disobeyed David's command not to harm epsom but we have no evidence that David even knew about that. It seems more likely that this choice is motivated either by David's bitterness over jobs rebuke or David's attempt to get the tribe of Judah back on his side regardless David's plan works and judy gets on board and reinstates him as king. But you can imagine this whole thing probably feels like a slap in the face to Joab even though he sticks by David the first thing they've had does once he's re King aside is pardon a bunch of his enemies. Shimmy I the one who'd been hurling curses at him as he fled. Jerusalem comes groveling before him because cursing. The king is punishable by death. But David pardons him and makes an oath that he won't kill him then. Mafia bishoff approaches David and he has an entirely different version of the story than the one we heard from his servants. Zeba back when he brought David the donkey's and Chapter Sixteen. According to methods chef's version. He did not try to take the kingdom back from David and David seems to believe him. David has already given Zeba. All that belonged to my chef but now he offers to split things up fifty fifty so he can honor his commitment to both men even though at least one of them is clearly lying. David also makes a generous offer to Barzilai the Gilead. Iit WHO is one of the three men who brought him food and provisions when he was in exile but Barzilai is like. I'm old. Don't waste your time pampering me but I know someone else who'd be happy to go instead and David agrees to take the man who is probably Barzilai son back to Jerusalem with him. David Resumes Business as usual. But they're still a division between Judah and the rest of Israel however the tables have turned. Now Judah is backing David and the rest of Israel is against him Benjamin named Sheba decides to rally following and remember the Benjamin. It's our Sol's people and they think that the king should still be Benjamin not someone from the tribe of Judah like David Sheba makes a call for the military men of Israel to leave David's Army. And they do uh-huh David realizes. This is a problem so he calls on his brand new military. Commander Masa the One who replaced. Joab and tells him to get their army ready to attack in three days but a Masa procrastinates so David Carlson the second-string including Joab the former commander awkward when a massive finally shows up on the scene. Joel pretends to greet him but bakes him out and stabs him instead. Joab LOVES TO STAB PEOPLE. You Stabbed Abner and Absalom now. Masa if your name starts with an A. All I'm saying is steer clear of Joab with a Masa dead. Joab picks up where he left off as commander of David's army and he goes after Shiba and his crew when they get to the city of able they besiege it because she bit is inside. Joab is ready to destroy the whole town but a wise woman who describes herself as peaceable and faithful comes to reason with joab. She basically says look. There's no reason to kill us. All our town has a rich history of glorifying. God just tell us what you want. Joab says they're just there for Sheba so the woman says don't worry I got you. We'll toss his head over the wall. Just Gimme a SEC. She is repeatedly praised for her wisdom. In this passage. Then here comes. Sheba's head over the wall just like she promised. She saved an entire city and jobs. Army goes back home. Having eliminated the most recent threat to David's kingship. Chapter Twenty one tells us about a three year famine in the land. When David asked got about it God says that Saul had committed some sin that had to be dealt with. If I were David would probably be like Saul is dead and I'm not saw. Why am I being punished for what he did? I didn't particularly like him either. Remember but David is far more humble than I am recognizes that he has inherited not only the kingdom but the consequences of the previous King's decisions. The problem was Saul had killed some nights after to spare them so David asks the giving nights how he can make it right and they say they want to kill seven of Saul's descendants to make things even David doesn't seem to consult God on the matter but he probably weighs his options and decides. It's better for seven people to die than for many more people to die from the famine. God never endorses. David's response and in fact the famine continues even after the seven or killed and it doesn't cease until their bodies are buried which some commentators believe was a sign. That God was displeased with David's choice. Here today's reading INS with a few battles of the Philistines being recounted from various times in Israel's history all of which have Israel as victorious over their enemies. What was your God shot? Today I was reminded of how seriously God takes in the land of Israel was suffering because Saul had broken a promise to the Gilead. I`ts this happened a long time ago but God cares about justice and he brought famine to catch David's attention so that he would address the situation and make things right. It comforts me to know that God doesn't forget it comforts me to know that he can be trusted to handle those things. It frees me up not to take matters into my own hands. It frees me up to pursue him instead of vengeance. It frees me up to love both him and my enemies. When I'm the one who has been wronged God can be trusted to handle it to work in the hearts of those who have wronged me on my behalf. And when I'm the one who has wronged others same thing is still true. He's going to work in me on their behalf. Our God is working to restore all things and that includes not just my story but also my heart. He's where the joy is. There are two things you can do today to help yourself out and two things you can do to help us out. Altogether they take about sixty seconds. If you want to help yourself out subscribe to this podcast and said it to download each day and if you want to help us out he'd love for you to give us a rating preferably five stars and a Quick Review. Okay full disclosure. All four of those things actually help us. So thank you in advance. We appreciate you. The Bible recap is brought to you by dealer discipleship and Bible study groups that meet in homes and churches around the world each week..

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"joab" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

08:12 min | Last month

"joab" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"David has sinned and repented but there are still three of the four fold consequences of his sins that have yet to unfold in his life and a lot of happens in today's reading. When you have a palace filled with wives and concubines and children. There's bound to be trouble but David probably never saw today coming Amnon. David's firstborn son falls in love with his half sister Taymor. He talks to his cousin John at Aba about it. Who gives him some advice? That isn't just bad. It's wicked John. Dab Tells Amnon to pretend to be needy so he can pray on Mar and rape. Her Amnon sets the plan in motion and when Taymor tells him no and even tries to reason with him he overpowers her. Lust is impatient selfish. Not Open to reason. This is the opposite of what read about love in. I Corinthians thirteen then Amnon. So-called love turns to hate and he kicks Taymor out. This is doubling down on his wickedness. According to exodus twenty two the law requires him to marry her at least honor her with a bride price. So now he's shirking responsibility. We're starting to see the has perhaps inherited some of his father's worst traits Tae Mars. Life is ruined. No one will marry her now not in this culture so she'll be consigned to live childless and alone as she's morning her situation her brother. Absalom DAVID'S THIRD SON. See she's having a hard time in basically says the worst thing you can say to an upset woman which is calmed down. Absolute doesn't really know how to deal with emotions. Even though he feels lots of them himself in fact he hates Amnon because of what he did and after two years he hatches a plan to murder. Amnon absolute tricks him into coming into a road trip with him gets drunk and has his servants murder. Amnon and here we see the sins of the father. Manifesting in Absalom's life to like his dad. He's giving orders for murder at this point. Absolute is now the oldest living son of David because he just killed the firstborn and apparently the second born had died at some earlier time. David gets a fake news report. That absalom killed all his remaining sons and he mourns. I wonder if his I thought was. This is exactly what Nathan told me would happen. But then Johnny Depp. The one who gave the wicked advice to am non speaks up and tries to smooth things over by saying. Hey calm down. It wasn't all of your son's just one of them. All this calmed down. Talked is infuriating. Absolute knows this won't go over well with his dad so he flees to live with his maternal grandfather among the Trans Jordan tribes. David really misses him and wants to make things right. He's already forgiven. Absolute and his heart probably even feels responsible and maybe even commiserate with absolute is guilt. But the thing is absolute isn't looking to reconcile. He wants to take over. He's waiting for David to die. In fact remember how he tried to convince David to go on the same road trip. David declined. It's likely he was planning to murder David too. So he could slide right onto the throne. Unhindered meanwhile Joab David's nephew and military commander decides to tug on David's heartstrings. Via a little manipulation. He hires an actress to tell David a fake story about having one son who the other so she can segue into telling him to bring them back. David Says Hey did Joel. Put you up to this. And she's like Oh man. I think it's passed to you. Then David Calls Joel Ben and tells him okay bring them home but I will not see him. Absolute comes home but they don't interact with each other at all for two years. Absolute just sits in his house down the street being beautiful and growing his hair. It's too bad locks of love didn't exist back then because he could have been their best donor. He grows five pounds of hair every year after ten. Pounds of hair have come and gone. Absolute tries to summon joab twice. But Joe Absent voicemail. So Absalom Burns down his field in order to get his attention the two year mark really seems to be Absalom's boiling point. It's how long did kill Amnon. And it's how long way to go rogue on the Field Joel asks what he wants an absolute says he just wants to talk to David. Even if David tries to kill him but David doesn't kill him. He kisses him. This is a sign of reconciliation between them. But it's all a ruse on Absalom's part meanwhile he's acquiring a chariot and horses and other signs of wealth and power. He's making strides to take over the throne even undermines David's kingdom by intercepting people who want advice from David and taking their side in every argument so they all fall for his deceptive charisma and his luxurious man. Bun after two more years pass done dente. Absolute ASK DAVID FOR PERMISSION TO GO pay vow but this is all just a cover because he staging a coup. He brings two hundred men and on this plan including David's personal adviser a hit the fell word gets back to David and he an escape from Jerusalem possibly because he may expect that absalom has brought the military on his conspiracy as they flee Jerusalem. David decides to leave the Ark of the covenant behind because he really hopes God will bring him back to Jerusalem eventually he asks a Levi priest and hit the fell to keep him posted on. What's happening but then it gets word that a hit. The fell is a traitor and his team. Absolute here's an interesting sidebar. Hit the fell is Bethsheba his grandfather so it could be that. He's finally seeking revenge for what David did years earlier. David prays that anyone hit the council's won't listen to him and pretty immediately. God brings the answer to the prayer. David just prayed here comes who shy. David's friend David him to subdue a Hitzfeld's advice and keep him posted on what happens and is who shy continues on his journey. He makes it to Jerusalem right as absolute arrives there. Wouldn't you know it? Wow what a day. My God shot in the midst of this family. Feud is God's sweet timing here at the end David has been betrayed by the man who has basically his mentor who has now joined forces with his estranged son and it looks like. David might lose everything on top of that is palace is kingdom even the city named after him but God made David a promise and even though David broke their covenant God is still showing mercy and still honoring his side of things. He's still working out his plan to bring the Messiah through David's line. Despite sin and in the way that only God can he works out the precise timing of having David get news of a hit. The fells betrayal then run into who shy then have who Sharon into EPSOM. It doesn't matter how many people the enemy ropes into his conspiracy. Against God's Plan God's people nothing beats sovereignty. What a relief? 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"joab" Discussed on Magnify Him Together

Magnify Him Together

11:36 min | 11 months ago

"joab" Discussed on Magnify Him Together

"joab" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

11:23 min | 1 year ago

"joab" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Prince bitterness is a potent force in our world. Valid good force. It's a sinister force a force breaks up human relationships force that fractures family and we wanna talk about bitterness today, because we're going back to the study of the life of David. And as we do, we're going to find that bitterness entered into the life of one of his children, and wrecked havoc on his whole family bitterness doesn't grow in vacuum. There are certain things that act like miracle grow for bitterness, and we want to talk about what these things are because some of you have experienced some of these things, and then we wanna talk about, how do you keep from allowing those things to make you into a bitter person a little bit background because we haven't done this for a while. So let's make sure we're all together. He remembered David was a young shepherd boy, and he grew up to become king of Israel. He took Israel, and he expanded the borders of Israel to the largest limit that they'd ever had. Had. But at the scene of, of his power, he committed adultery with bash Sheba, and yes, God forgave him. But God also informed him there would be some consequences because of what he had done, and one of those consequences was that there would be turmoil constantly in his family until the day. He died now. That turmoil didn't take long start. It wasn't long after this at one of his sons fella named Amnon raped one of his daughters. Amnon half. Sister, gown taymor and taymor was so devastated by this that she had what we would call today. Nervous breakdown her real brother, her full brother, absolute waited for two years. For David do something David did nothing finally absolute took matters in his own hands. He murdered the rapist his half-brother Amnon, and then fled into exile for three years now. That's where we pick up the story here in chapter fourteen. So let's look first one now Joab, who was the commanding. David armies, Joe, a new that the king's heart long for absolute Joab, realized David really missed his son absolute but for some reason, David couldn't seem to do what it took to get him back. So Joab devise a very clever plot to get David to make the decision to bring absolute back. You can read about it and versus two to twenty we're not going to read it, but it worked verse twenty one so the king said, to have very well, I will do it go and bring the young man absolute back verse twenty three so Joab win any brought absolute back to Jerusalem. But the king said, he absolutely must go down to his own house. He must not see my face. So absolute went to his own house, and did not see the face of the Kingston along why in world after the kids been gone three years, what his dad when he comes back to town refuse to see his own son, go, no no idea. I can tell you, it was a bad decision was a bad decision because these two men. That's things he needed to work on. They had some issues they needed to deal with so David on just wanna talk to. Well, that went on for another couple of years, I twenty eight and absolute lift two years in Jerusalem, without seeing the king's face, and then I'm starting to get upset. So he called Joe f Joab wouldn't come see him absolute Semper Joab. Second time Joe. I wouldn't come second time so absolute sent his men out and set. Joab fields on fire absolutes, call the third time's joy, I wanna see Joab showed up. So what are you crazy set my feels on far like that? Are you nuts? What's wrong with you said? Hey man absolute says you'll have I called you twice. And all I got was call waiting you understand. And I didn't like it, and you're going to come see me, and I wanna see my father, so absolute went to see his dad verse thirty three Joab convinced the kingdom invite him in, and it says, verse thirty three absolute came in and bowed down with his face to the ground before the king, and the king kissed. Absolute say that's good. Right. Well, that's good. Yeah. But it's kind of too little too late. I'm afraid I mean, the bible says that there was no discussion. They didn't sit down. They didn't walk through things. They didn't talk to things it was just a hug in a kiss, and that was it. You haven't seen your son in five years. Your son is murdered. Another brother, his all this has gone on after five years. You gave him a hug, and kissing a Pat on the fanny and go. Good to have you back, son. I don't think so. And as a result, to anger, in the bitterness the hatred that absolute must feeling finally boiled over. That was that was the last straw into ugly. Reality, look what he did after fifteen and in the course of time absolute provided himself with a chariot and horses and fifty men to run ahead of him, and he would get up early in stand by the side of the road, leading to the city gate, friends, in ancient Israel. There were no billboards no radio ads TV spots. If you were an aspiring politician, there were only two ways to as that you could campaign the first way, is that you? Hired runners you hired heralds who would run in front of you everywhere. You went and shout out wonderful things about you. Here comes absolute he's for tax cuts. He's for better education. Absolute feels your pain. Absolute absolute. He's our man. If he can't do it. Nobody can absolutely fifty of these guys to run around in front of you. You went to the city game, and that's where you press the flesh. And that's where you kissed the babies because the city gate in those days was kind of a combination of city hall in the town mall, all rolled into one. And so the bible says everyday absolute began going to the city gate and look what he did there, the middle verse two and whenever anybody would come with a complaint, he would say to them verse three he'd say, look your claims valid improper, but there's no Representative of the king here to hear you. If only I were appointed judge in the land, then everyone who had a complaint or a case could come to me, and I would see to it that they get Justice. And whenever anyone would approach him and without kissing, his the king's son, he would go no-no, and he would homeboy himself in bow down before them. And look what it says at the end of her. Six and by doing this. He stole the hearts of the men of Israel away from his dad from his Dan. And at the end of four years of doing this, absolute I handset secret messengers throughout all the kingdom and said when you hear that the trumpet has been blown for me in the city of Hebron, I want everybody to rise up and shout out absolutes. Now, the king, absolute now, the king, he said, well, wait a minute. Do I understand this? Right. This kid's going out and deliberately intentionally undermining his father's kingdom, trying to take over his dad's kingdom. Exactly right. That's disgusting. Well, you're exactly right to see a son betray. And Sella's dad out like this. If you're hearing your father, can you imagine having one of your children, do this to you? He said, we'll on what drives a son or daughter. What drives someone to do this to the very own father, one word bitterness bitterness? Absolute was a man consumed by bitterness and friends when bitterness gets in the driver's seat of a person's life that person becomes capable of doing anything no matter how heinous are awful. It might sound when bitterness takes over our life. We can do anything, then that's the end of the passage. But David leads us to ask the really important question you know this question, but you haven't done it for while. So everybody get ready, ready. Here we go. One two, three. Okay lawn. So what apps bitter. He's trying to overthrow his dad didn't have a thing to do with me. So what? Well, I think it has a lot to do with you and me. Because people haven't changed all that much. Today's David nap SEL friends absolute was a man where the root of bitterness had sprung up and God says, in the bible, see to it that no root of bitterness spring up in any of you for whenever it does many are damaged by its poison and we're going to see over the next couple of weeks. The poison that had sprung up in absolute through this bitterness is going to do exactly what God says it's going to damage all kinds of people not just absolutely not just David. But hundreds and hundreds of innocent people are going to lose their lives because of this bitter streak. And you know what? This is not a problem just for the ancient near east. It's a problem in modern world. We have bitter students walk into high schools and start blowing away fellow students, we have bitter. Employees walk into their place of employment and blow their boss and co workers away these things, existed, our modern world and people go off, like hydrogen gas in the world today. And that leads me to ask two questions as we close today. The first one is this, what are the forces that produced this kind of bitterness and people member? I said, earlier bitterness doesn't grow in a vacuum. So how did ask will get to be bitter like this? And if you're on the verge of being bitter, how'd you get to be the way you are, whether we're four things? David did that produced bitterness? David did all four of them wrong. Here's what they are number one injustice for two years. David did nothing to deal with his son who had raped his daughter now that was both on just and unfair. And you look around you will find that almost without exception bitterness always begins with someone feeling like something unjust unfair has been done. Something partial has been done that the rules have not been applied. Equally to everybody. That's where it always starts. Number two. There was poor communication, David ever. Call absolute in and ask him how he was feeling about this crime done to his sister. No. Did he ever call absolute men and give absolute chance to share his concerns? Give absolute a chance to ask him. Hey, dad. Why aren't you taking any action here? Did he ever call absolute in and ask absolute just to talk to him a little bit? So he could at least give absolute the feeling that his dad was even interested in what he was thinking. No. This is why God tells us in the bible, if you know that someone has something against you, you go be reconciled of that person, you go talk about it. You go open the pay ways communication because it's very hard, if not impossible for bitterness to happen, when people are talking and listening to one another from the heart. It's almost impossible. But David didn't do this. He stiff armed absolute third. There was real in show because David wasn't communicating with us on absolute David was clueless about how absolute was feeling because he didn't understand I was feeling he was incredibly insensitive. I'm sure there were days, and he was walking down the palace just just happy as a lark, and he comes absolutely other way. And he's like, hi, son. How are you beautiful day? God bless you an absolute walks by now. He's matter. Because his dad understand the fury that he's feeling about his brother. The dad doesn't understand the sense of violation that he's feeling for his sister. The dad doesn't understand the hurt that's going on inside of him, and now he's even madder because the man's completely insensitive fourth and.

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"joab" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"joab" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"What happened last year with power outages were particularly concerned with wet snow. What it might mean to our power lines? He says count added nicic a short him. They're more prepared now. But regardless frankly, we don't leave it to the utilities anymore. Governor Cuomo says backups already from both upstate and out of state since it is a relatively small part of the state that has most dramatically affected we have redeployed resources from other parts of the state to the Hudson valley, Westchester, etc. In Katona, Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty New Jersey is under a state of emergency. And governor fell Murphy spoke about it here on WCBS eight eighty with Joab lar- earlier today, the commercial vehicle restriction does not include the turnpike. Is that right? That is correct. Good point. Joe dot co the turnpike, the Alantic city expressway or the Garden State Parkway south of exit one zero five so those are the exceptions. And why is that you just don't take those areas going to get enough snow or? Well, you need the turnpike's case, and that's the biggest of of those streets you'd need subway for commercial vehicles. We do this at coordination with our neighboring states in particular, Pennsylvania, you need to have some avenues that are still open. The turnpike is the one that we probably could control the the best in the most. And so that's that's the reason why that gets picked almost invariably. I mean, there are some scenarios where you have shut the entire place down. But that's not the case in this one. Nj transit we'll cross honor system wind throughout the day..

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"joab" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"joab" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"You're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on WCBS. Good afternoon. I'm Joab alarm with three things to know at five fifteen number one vigil today at the hundred second precinct in queens. It was for city detective Brian Simonson was killed him. Police crossfire during the robbery of a T mobile store. The vigil also showed support for the officers of one hundred and second precinct number two. Disgraced former congressman Anthony Weiner jail for sex. Tina minor is now out in parole. He's now an ex-con hasn't been revealed whether he's living at home or in a halfway house and number three vandalism at a Brooklyn synagogue being investigated as a possible hate crime, New Jersey could be on the hook for quarter of a billion dollars. If it loses a lawsuit over the amount. It finds people for toll violations if the state loses any driver who paid a toll fine could be able to collect going back several years so says the attorney Matthew verandah Dietrich who's bringing the law. Lawsuit. It's class action suit. He argues that since New Jersey law stipulates fines must be reasonable and based on the cost of collection. The fifty dollar fine violates multiple rules. He says a fifty dollar fine exceeds the cost of printing and mailing out. A notice you also says in his suit that the fee violates the eighth amendment which prohibits excessive fines New Jersey has some of the highest fines of the nation. The case goes to trial June twenty fourth. Payless shoes calling it quits in the United States. You've heard the story before the internet bigger.

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"joab" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

10:40 min | 1 year ago

"joab" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"We got the Fokker files coming up for you. Hey, paul. Hey, george. How's it going? Did you fall out yet? You know, what it's really called here. And we kinda hate you. Why should today be any different that? So yeah. Hey, the sun's out and we've picked up an hour and twenty minutes of daylight since December twenty first at some point that will make a difference. And honestly it was sunny for. Yeah. I can see the sun downtown here. It was sunny earlier today when I was outside. So people are appreciating the sunlight and the kids are appreciating the two hour delay. So thanks for that. Yeah. At least I could do we do have a packed show for you. We definitely want get to Fokker soon. But this Jeff Bezos story is pure insanity. The headlines are even better because they have the word pecker all over them. And that's I know infantile and seventh grade humor, but it's talking about below the belt sell fees, and then the guy's last name. And it's insane. You know, the the basically if you if you haven't heard it yet the National Enquirer threatened Jeff Bezos to stop the investigation into how they got his cell fees with his new girlfriend, and they wanted him to make a statement that wasn't politically motivated. He said, this is blatant extortion. He then published in a blog everything that AMA, I American media Inc who owns the National Enquirer sent him to show the extortion. And it and really is standing up for any person who has. Ever been extorted because if the richest man in the world can't stand up to extortion. Then who can it's a fascinating story. And I think we all agreed before the show you who could make this stuff up you'd have to be. No, you can't. Wow. Yeah. Fiction writers around the country have to be shaking their heads because. Yeah. But again, it's it's for me. It was okay basis. You may not like him. You may not like what he's done. I mean as an entrepreneur, I find it pretty impressive. What he's built a lot of people don't like bazo. But I like the fact that he stood up to a bully, and Mr. pecker, I dunno picking on the richest man in the world, not not so smart. I I I'm not sure that was a great move. But it's gonna play out in court, and some people think this is going to be the death knell for the National Enquirer. Maybe it's time because clearly they are engaging in some unscrupulous practices possibly illegal extortion is a legal, and maybe and maybe it's time. I don't think any of us certainly when I was a reporter and a journalist now talk show host. There's a difference. I wasn't using the National Enquirer as one of my sources, but I would go with the story. So no one is looking to them for actual journalism. Well, and again, it's titillating it gets your attention when you're at the checkout line, but the whole catching kill the process of catching kill we're going to sit on this story. But we need you to do this favor for us. If we sit on the story, I don't know if it is in criminal. You're sure skirting the line, and I know we're going to delve into that at five ten promise. More talk on that. But listen, your home your with Fokker and his stories are way better than anything. We can come up with. So we want to hear him. Well, every chance I get I come back dad is eighty eight and I want to spend as much time with him as I can. So we're we make it a point of going back home every couple of months and one of the benefits every time. I come back. I learned a new story about what dad went through. Again, he survived the end of World War Two when the the Russians were coming in. And he spent a lot of time in what was east Germany, dad. Welcome back to the show. Oh, thank you, Paul. Your pleasure to be on drive time. And I want to see a special. Thank you to you at your, Dan. And Dan, cook, our producer. Very kind. Since you're holding microphone on my nose. I would like to take just a moment and say Hello to a special listener who is far away from us forty two handed Madge away in Hamburg, Germany. He's my nephew him fits. Hello. You're welcome to the show in. Thank you for your loyalty. Right now. Let me share congrats on getting your masters in engineering. And I know you worked pretty hard for it. Especially in Los Angeles. Will you took courses at USC university of southern California. I know you've you've become half of a Californian. I can't I can't help that. I know you like to beaches you like to climate that the next time you fly from Frankfurt, Los Angeles nonstop. Break up the long flight and make you stop here where we are in Minneapolis. And we're going to show you a beautiful state with more than ten thousand lakes. I don't know how many more, but it's much more than that. Great great. Landscape, beautiful nature. Same as the same applies to Wisconsin. So. May make it a snap. And. Right now. Stay with us. We have three interesting Arish coming up and what I have to talk about play takes place. About a hundred miles away from Hamburg and fortunately on the other side of the curtain so yes, stick with us. Thank you for your loyalty and give my love to the ray-ban. He's listening on radio dot com. Jordana and a lot of people are are listening on radio dot com. So it's pretty amazing to me that, you know, distant relatives. In Germany are listening to these tales. They're learning stuff to okay, dad. You got five six minutes gopher. When I was on here. Previously at talk mostly about what happened to me during the war and immediately after the War, I would like to jump ahead forty years to nineteen eighty five forty years after the end of the war. And my daughter Joan, and I decided we would we would go back to my old homestead in Mecklenburg, which is a stage in agriculture real estate between Berlin and the Baltic. We've got our visa it was like visiting a foreign country who we flew into Luxembourg drove across west Germany and get into but then was called east, Germany. Officially the German Democratic Republic. It was German. Right. But it was it was not it'll be public, and it certainly was not democratic show after stopping at my old homestead which was in the process of being torn down. It was a big man I house, and it was a little bitter sweet to come back there. Forty years in ruins. As foreign us. We had to stay in the state hotels called inter hotel. It's just a chain run by the state. So we get to our hotel in Brandenburg, and we're checking in we're pretty do pretty angry. He was a long day. So we have. The reception they friendly reception. Where can we get a bite to eat show, the receptionist picks up the phone and says and make your reservation for you? After a moment. I hear. Oh, oh, I'm sorry. She turns to us and says they already closed down. Now. I wait a minute. It's six o'clock in the afternoon. They're already close down the restaurant. Yes. They ran out of food. And if they run out of food every other place will to show. Now what we're can begin to back to eat shit. If you if you hurry go up to the top floor, the later on we will have a band and dancing, and at this hour, you should still be able to get a cheese plate Jobe baggage. And. Joab road to the top floor shut down at a long table. This table probably seated about ten one of those long things, and it is common in Germany that if you only to another party will join you show. Excuse me. We're sitting down with ordering our cheese plate and. We have we just sat down we didn't hope my mouth yet except talking to the waitress and we're joined by. German army officers. I remember. Major two captains. I think the tack wants to take a break. And what happened to us at that table? I will explain in a few minutes. So don't go away. All right, Paul. I love your dad is throw into the break. That's great. Yeah. Yeah. This whole radio thing. But again going back to east Germany in the eighties before the wall came down. It was like going back in time. There was a time machine. You nothing had changed since the late thirties. So yeah, he's got some amusing stories that twenty twenty hindsight are amusing at the time they were more horrifying than.

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"joab" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"joab" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"So part of what we're seeing here because racism is not the sole possession of Republicans racism is in the very fabric of this country. And what it reveals is how deeply and profoundly Joan me segregated this society is I teach at Princeton, and I teach in an elite institution. But when I go home to my house when I go to my social spaces. They are deeply segregated Joe just as yours. And so part of what we need to understand is that we're mysteries to one another. So that mask can stand in for me. So rob. So so governor north them represents something beyond the ideological. Partisanship. All that stuff. He represents something that's profoundly wrong with us with America. And I think he missed an opportunity to actually have that conversation. I wonder what it is though that he could have said that would have recognized what you just said, Eddie. Well, look, I think the bigger question is nothing. Let me ask you this anybody believe at this point. There's anything that Ralph Northam could have said that press conference that could have saved him as governor of the state of Virginia to at least recognize west profoundly wrong and help heal. I don't think so I don't think so. No, well, look, I can I can I jump in real real quick. And just say the following Jody Joe back to your original question, which was is the room for grace in any circumstances such as this, right? There are there. Lots of their loss of there's lots of space for grace in the private sphere. And there's some in the public sphere. But they're certainly not any space for grace for someone who offers an apology for something. And then essentially retracts the apology the next day. Correct. You can't you can't you can't get grace unless you actually take responsibility for having committed the sin. It's also the case this thing happened if he's in the picture, which we assume well, I don't know if he's in the picture as he acknowledged the first day his claim was I was in the picture, right? It took place in one thousand nine hundred four so that's thirty three years ago which with thirty five years ago, right? So I'm stuck in two thousand seventeen so it's thirty five years ago. How many races is Ralph Northam run how many places as he been? If this was a youthful mistake is a heinous as it is. He's had a lot of opportunities to point to that picture and claim responsibility at asks for grace. He's run for office. Multiple ties with the only time in which even if he were now asking for forgiveness. He would only be asking for forgiveness in the context of having been caught. So I don't think they're space for grace for that guy who is only asking for forgiveness once he's been caught for this behavior. And now having claimed responsibility for it. And then the next day taking back the apology. There's no space for grace for that guy on top of rich atop approach here on top of which I'll say, the even if he's not in the picture. What's that doing on your yearbook page? I mean, that's honestly like on the site. No way. I just got to say if it's on your yearbook page, you're gonna save me. I again, I went to school not at Horford like not not like not at McGill in Canada. I I went to the university of Alabama, right? Where raise issues have been ripe for quite some time. Yeah. And I was there in nineteen eighty four. I can't imagine that picture being placed on anybody's yearbook page without Joab Thomas or whoever the president the university of Alabama was in one thousand nine hundred eighty four immediately immediately walking over to the office of the yearbook A place and going. Hey, hey, y'all everybody in here. Right. Yeah. You're shut down. And then we're taking this over. I think that Eddie is what's so shocking to me is that this happened in nineteen eighty four. And we're only talking about it thirty five years later that there wasn't somebody that day. Right. And I just I can't underline this enough. And that's why I keep saying I went to Obama in one thousand nine hundred eighty four for people that are listening that weren't born. Then or too young..

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"joab" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"joab" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The drugs were seized Saturday from a tractor trailer carrying produce from Mexico after it was stopped for inspection. At the border had three. The Senate is taking a stand against President Trump on Syria and Afghanistan and a bipartisan rebuke, the Senate has voted to advance legislation that opposes the president's plan to withdraw US military forces from the two countries. CBS news military consultant, Mike lions joined Joab lar- to talk about it today might tell us more about this part of the Bill that was approved last month that has to do with us, providing less military assistance to Saudi Arabia, but it gets into a deeper aspect of really the Senate getting involved at proactively in foreign policy something that clearly is in the boundaries of the president's operation. And in this case put in for example, troop minimums, we've got to keep at least fifteen hundred troops in Syria and potentially up to seven thousand NF ghanistan. And so I think. You've got Republicans voting for this is well, this is really a big change in a big signal. That's being sent by the Republicans in particular to the president apparently was written by Mitch McConnell too. And it has the backing of all the leading Republicans. And I think most of the Republicans voted for it. And the the interesting thing is is we were talking about a moment ago. The Liberal Democrats voted against it. They wanted to pull out quickly. Everyone's going back to their. Corners where you thought they would be and and they wanna see a strategy for what's to take place there. There's concern about protection of the Kurdish forces that have been fighting alongside is what do we do there? And the message that it sends to our allies that would potentially fight with us in the future. So what do you think do you think the president will back down on this will develop a comprehensive plan? I think he looks at the and what happens here he doesn't have a lot of support. And again, the Senate usually isn't a treaty business. Prove what the president has already done. Now, that's been reversed. I think he's gonna look for a way and say look to the senators voted my military's telling me, we gotta stay there. I'll give it another six months. I think he'll kind of pocket veto this. He won't go after right now. And I think that'll keep a lot of people in the Pentagon and the foreign policy community happy. What about his declaration of victory over ISIS that seems to backfire to and the fact that he went against the unity with that? I it seems more bluster than the facts are the the bottom line is ISIS is an ideology it's gonna take a generational never be defeated. Totally. But the president wants to give that vision that he's been strong enough to fight against ISIS. And that's what he thinks. The result is at this point. CBS news military consultant, Mike clients. It's.

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"joab" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"joab" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Is anybody today is Wednesday December nineteenth and we have an injured Cam Newton PF t. Yeah. Very injured his shoulder. Just looked like it was going to fall off. So usually we make fun of the guys who wait till after they're really shitty for a while to be like, well, I'm really hurt. But if you have to is in a brain Cam Newton is very very hurt hurt enough that he can't get up and do the superman pose and John linebackers when he's trying to run a two minute offense. And instead of calling time out ways, fifteen seconds. And then throws an interception at the first half. Now that her his first down, signaling shoulders, fine passing shoulder is injured. He is very injured different guys since he got hit by TJ Watan that Thursday night football game and the New Orleans Saints. Look like they're all about ready to get the buy set up. Right. Yeah. I say so. During the catbird see right now for that. By the Rams looked pretty bad. The saints. Look pretty good. Here's the thing about the saints. If they don't look, here's a look. Okay. Here's the thing about the saints. Their defense is really good now. They're defense is awesome. Yup. So yeah, they are probably the most complete team in the NFC. I would say, but here's the thing about Cam Newton. It's your damned if you do damned if you don't because if he starts sitting out games or whatever earlier in the season after he is injured, then he becomes the injury prone guy. Yup. Right. But if he stays into long, and he's obviously injured then people are like, why are you still out there? Even though you're probably hurting your team. And I'm pretty sure everyone in the world had the Panthers look out for the Panthers. They could be a Super Bowl. I did. I sure did when there were six and to have not won a game since now six and eight eliminated from the playoffs chain the official done chain, you're gone. So that was a tough ending for them. I wonder too this is we're now at the part of the season where it's like the guys should we send them Cam. Newton probably sit Amerian Rogers probably should sit them who's Cam. Newton's backup is Derek Anderson. Still. Joe Joab, Derek Anderson should be jobs a wide receiver should be coarser. Be. He should be on call. Yeah. We have a red phone next Ron Rivera's bed that when even pick it up that's the web phone. Yes. We who I liked that. We should get a few fun backups coming in week sixteen and seventeen little Matt Flynn games. Yes, is tesa milk and get to play an entire game. If the saints clinch homefield advantage. They said that he every time he's in the game. It's ninety percent plus run wo didn't see that. He's a human wildcat. Damn announcers. Love him so much. I love them too. Yeah. I love tastes mill Taylor. Heinecke? Richmond. Houston is that the no? Repair company. Ultimate odu. Richmond is Richmond suburb of rich gets Gooch lint Virginia who gets real swampy, really swollen the summer. Yeah. That's why you gotta pack. Stop. So the other story we had with two other stores from what I football the first being the alleged worse rule in sports the fumble out of the end zone being touchback. Now you liked that rule? I love that rule. Okay. I don't think you have dumping your I it's not that. I don't like that rule. I just wish it's a rule that could we could we could have so much more fun with like my idea of if I'm out of the end zone. It's not touchback its first and goal from the thirty. So we get that weird. You know, if they get sacked we get like a fourth and goal from the forty two or thing, you know, one of those weird ones that you only see in matching games on Tuesday night. Right. So you're looking at all wrong, though, you're looking at as the punishment doesn't fit the crime. Yeah. That's the wrong way to look at it. You should look at it as the reward it fits the feet it fits the -ccomplish ml. I've air the defense. Yeah. And you you make fumble through the end zone at the one yard line. That's an awesome play biodefense. Yeah. You should get a big reward for..

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"joab" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"joab" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

"Shooting did a quick sweep of the room. And then fled the building each going their own way. George drunken panicked mistook Arnold dark blue coat for his own. He left the building. And according to patrols telling George called Jimmy Hines, a powerful politician and member of Tammany hall, Jimmy George just shot Arnold Rothstein. It was an accident any owed me money. It was an accident. These things happen. Now, I'm going to send a guy to get you. You're going to help me lay low. I'll take care of it. I'll turn you win. When we're sure you'll be trapped got it. Thanks, jimmy. Don't mention it. George was picked up by a man named Bo Weinberg a hitman in mobster who was Dutch Schultz's right hand. Man. Bo took George to a secret hotel room where George remained in hiding for several weeks. Meanwhile, Jimmy Hines contacted the police department informing them to take their time while searching for Arnold Rothstein killer. The police department was all too willing to make a bumbling investigation. After all the mcmanus's were part of the NYPD family, and in the underworld, George was a fairly well liked gambler. Nobody wanted to see him go down Jimmy Hines head arranged everything. And when the court fix was in George gave himself up knowing that he would be safe from any legal consequences by December fifth nineteen twenty eight the evidence had been gathered together against George the district attorney, Joab Benton, indicted McManus. Hammond biller John Doe and Richard row for the murder of Arnold Rothstein given that the police had failed to discern the identities of John Doe and Richard row. They were never brought to trial. Hyman biller would never be brought to trial either instead of risking jail time. Hyman biller had fled to Vanik Cuba, a favorite place for gamblers of ill repute to skirt United States low with only one suspect in custody. The trial was scheduled for October fifteenth nineteen twenty.

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"joab" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"joab" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"I thought we were just doing completion. Attest to remove accomplishments told me we know what I'm doing fourth quarter, Super Bowl, I test what is mine. Tell me this guy's in another league from your bed. You put it like that. If you don't mind me asking in those two fourth quarter and overtime, can you tell the people at home? How many points the other team scored. I don't know, don't know. You do? Don't do me like this right now. He had the ball. He was playing, keep away. He was out of his mind on five. You'll have to see. Out. Presence, just wreck the record land. If you don't mind me asking so Seattle nor Atlanta, touch the ball in the fourth quarter, the ball. Okay. So with at one time of possession, you told fourth quarter who own time it was showing New England, Tom Brady, you told me, Tom Brady doesn't play defense, and I'm trying to figure how he played into that if they touched the ball and he's not on the other side of the mall. So how this thing called momentum in football. And once you sees it, everything changes. Defense and you're off with number. I need to talk the momentum, whereas it exactly my point. So now I'm Brady owns momento also hotline to moment. I have Tom, can I have coach Bela check and I'm gonna give you Mike McCarthy. Are you willing to make that trade with me? I didn't think you were McCarthy's known as one of the best play collars and pro football. One of the best play callers. One of the all time greatest coach play caller greatest coach. I'll let you take degrees who who is consistently had the most talent on his roster, Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, I promise you, it's Aaron Rodgers. Not even close. They named the scheme. Again, this is not to diminish Tom Brady. He's great, but you what you're doing, you're factoring in you still blinded by those five Super Bowls. I'm saying the ended. Yes, my eyes are opened blinded if you just if you look at since then three of the last four, if you don't know, where's where's? Aaron Rodgers been the. Here's the thing when the greatest show on turf in Tom Brady only score twenty points and he hailed coach. Belichick defense picked him off batter, many times on the show early on the defense carried, but only really in the first one because the second one against Carolina, Tom Brady, that was a shootout down Brady, not hold up his the Barden it became day, did it became so where was bell checks defense in the second Super Bowl? Well, how many played pretty well against philli I would say yeah, yet it is fourteen times he's had top ten scoring deepen you do remember. In twenty eleven. When Aaron Rodgers was the MVP. He had forty five touchdown, six, I t's, there were fifteen in one. They will Dan last in defense. They were nineteenth scoring defense, Tom Brady that you're, they went to the Super Bowl. They lost to the Jan the team that be air, Roger ally. You keep talking about Joe WALE Joab never led led league interceptions three times that they got it took down Tom Brady. Air Rodgers have never lost to a guy that contemplated retirement. Nick foles took him down in the Super Bowl. So why you over there KiKi in haha heart, Aaron Rodgers. This guy, Aaron Rodgers head. I just gave you the whole litany, it's ugly. Those are five wins, although they're all flawed. They all have big asked. What about what about the guy you call Joe? Oh, how many times he taken out air Rogers and could have him down a couple times more. Oh, so what what you get blinded by? Are you just do the beauty contests how he throws the prettiest football, and how does that translate into winning games? Well, there's one other intangible here that really factors heavily in it's called leader, login leadership, Tom Brady is one of the greatest all time leaders in the history sports. He is the greatest going today in all of sports.

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"joab" Discussed on WWL

WWL

08:59 min | 2 years ago

"joab" Discussed on WWL

"Yeah you you look about a decade younger than your so keep that? Up, well I, mean that's That's? That's, the whole, goal I figured surely there'd be, somebody below my? Well actually you know what I. Just, realized there is one oh is he wasn't not. There or she not there Josh cats and. Seen, is younger. Than. Me oh. He. Is, okay all right okay well we we don't. Talk about on. This program we love John I, mean he's. Obviously. Not a. Partner. But, yet he is younger than me so I'm. Not quite yet I was the. Youngest in the immediate vicinity which also. Surprised yeah indeed we love Josh just giving him some business here you've got, a couple of pieces today let's start with tasting hill. Because there's going to be endless words written. About tastes him this preseason of talked about? That a lot it's going to be a little bit absurd what's you take man on? Tastes and what what's your take on what, you've seen from him and not only of a quarterback. Perspective I, guess that's mainly what I, mean here but also he was really. Going on special teams today Yeah It's so, early it's it's hard to form you see flashes of the, athleticism what tastes them at, quarterback and you see flashes of why he went undrafted. Too I hesitate to say. This but you just I just wanna see more I want like a week to know what I'm really looking at special teams right it's really a unique thing the only other quarterback that immediately jumps to mind who does some, of this stuff is. Joe Webb Joab played for the believe the Panthers for a long time. And. Was a, number three emergency. Type quarterback who also played specialties but it's pretty rare most, quarterbacks don't have the Atlanticism, out a play on special teams hills really he's like He's. Like a like a small tight end or a big wide receiver and any. Plays? With a lot of physicality. So it's an interesting thing they've gotten themselves into if he'll were to somehow if nowhere to win the backup job then I assume you have to come off a special because you can't have your backup quarterback getting hurt in, a game before drew. And leaving drew as the only quarterback on the on the active roster. So. He doesn't I would think but I it's an interesting little situation they've got. Going with him The agile. I'll tell you why we talked about that hit that he put on Arthur, Mullah that's. One of the bigger hits that I've seen in any saints? Practice recently just, trucks what was, that. Like are two or something on the sticker the up. Stick, whatever that is man he just blew up Arthur melodic, NFL bad for, me well, he's he's a big guy like either really big dude For not. Just for a quarterback he he'd be a big wide receiver he'd be a, big and. He he's he's almost linebacker side he's a little bit center? Than linebacker linebacker, so he's a, big. Guy and at full speed he's got a lot of. Speed, at full speed that that packs a wallop and four Found himself on the wrong end of it today He started talking to. Jill Erickson, here covers the saints for the advocate you know. The number one quarterback on this roster drew Brees he. Just looks, as good as ever. To meet Joel I mean the dude is incredible Yeah I it's interesting I it's interesting to find out that the thing was, great quarterback to the it's really hard to see whenever it comes tends to, come at the cliff but it's. Obviously not, here yet you know he's a guy who's taking care of himself meticulously for years. And it's paying off I think the other thing that you know with greed that he really just for my sack perspective and. A quarterback hip perspective he probably hasn't taken as many hits as other quarterbacks who've gotten to age just by virtue of both the saints offense and his own his own ability to get the ball out. Before he gets hit so. That's probably helped him I think that's probably helped his longevity and his ability to stay as as in. Condition as, he doesn't you know, you think about like he's not like a guy like Brett. Farr by the time Brett farve got his h smashed over and over and over and. Over and over again granted by his. Own playing style breezes the different player that he doesn't like to take sacked. Isn't, like he? Doesn't, he, he he Smartly keeps himself out the hit I think it's probably helped as longevity. To go, to the other side, of the football Alex okay fourth podium he just looks really. It looks as big as in shape as we saw him last year it's coming off. The injury this year and you wrote. That you know he thinks that he's going to be pretty darn explosive on. The football, field Well, that's that's what you always worry about the achilles I mean pelican's fans obviously Read something about that's why you know DeMarcus cousins they, ended, up going to the warriors for her pittance because because you with achilles injury, yours you always wonder about the explosion Okafor. Field, like for field like that there you know he. Would go, better than any Achilles in his legs and his his body and I. Think I think the thing with Alex Okafor draft Marcus Davenport and everybody kind of forgot what, else Oklahoma was for the first ten games of the season last year he was he was exactly really what the. Same meted out of a complementary piece to camp Jordan and if you can get him if he if he can play at or near. That level it really takes a lot of pressure off of Devonport? Because he's not going to have to be. A fifty guy he's going, to be able to, kind of, eve into it the way some other rookie pass rushers have in the past couple. Of years what's your, take on. What you see from the defense so far and I know it's like the paddlers really, so, you're not seeing much especially in the trenches what your what's your feel about, the depth on that side of the football The death is really I mean it really it's really striking it's really striking the you know how how deep they are certain positions. And I think the hard thing is like like you mentioned they're? Not in pad yet so like I'm a. Guy who likes to watch, the lines and it's, really not, that instructive in the first couple of days but you know they Cam Jordan and. Alex Okafor I think brought a little bit, of a limited, pitch count today and didn't. Play as much and normally I in the past whenever Jordan we'll have a day like that you you'd you'd be down pretty. Far on the, roster But now it's it's the guy never going out there when those. Guys weren't. Out there Marcus Davenport's first round pick and it's great Hendrickson it's, a. Third round pick it was a key part of the rotation last year it's it's guys who've done it before and you, can kind? Of see that all over the defense all right I'm an end with this Tim. Zimmer. Come on the Mike. Here Tim, you remember when you were in. School and, you. Were in. The hall and you wanted? To get a drink of water what what what would you call what you got that drink of water from the waterfowl Marfan okay that's. What I did, you know growing up a, long time ago north west okay Joel Eriksson. What do you call that apparently in Wisconsin Well it's. This. Is this is hard. To explain, because I am from Wisconsin and. There are, people. Call the. Bubbler but not in my? Region of Wisconsin Oh he called it at drinking from a bubbler which is a great name by the, way it's fantastic name for it yes Actually not actually not my? Part of Wisconsin. That, that, says no but apparently we asked AJ Klein, and I asked you know what do you. Call it he said bubbler. So He, knows from over he's. From over on the east east side of the state where all the people live by Lake Michigan, so he he's probably a good, resource so, yeah. No it's it's above lower. I'm kind. Of with everybody says. They are going to start could. Just, calling a, bubbler great name man grain and also what Tim a, Bong Bong I ain't got something else I don't I don't, think. That's I don't think you get water well I, mean not, the kind of water you're? Gonna wanna, drink. Anyways Suppose. Joel, Eriksson appreciate the time man we'll see you back out there tomorrow We'll see Joel Eriksson Joel a Ericsson on Twitter you can find his work. At the advocate articles on. Tastes mill and outlook for you wrote earlier today we'll take, a quick break we will come back with an updates on. Our blue runner food's. Opinion poll in your calls, at 504-260-1870 saints fans lineup you've got a question you wanna make a prediction give us a call and we've got a lot of, texts ICU text line have. Been able to get to a lot of them but. You're blowing me. Up I will get to a, lot of those coming back I'm, Seth. Dunlap this is double coverage on WWL Down.

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"joab" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"joab" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Help us out now I'm one of those who says. That there is no Fine no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign Russia but there's. Definite. Definite overwhelming evidence that Russia did interfere in the election This, before Donald Trump is a candidate for the presidency giving free pass on. This accuser, congressman as you've probably read former CIA director John Brennan said that it sounds like President Trump is in Putin's pocket I? Mean. Do you read it the same way where you, is a shocked as as many other people with what he was saying I I, don't pay any attention to John Brennan here's a very poor record director. Said that, I think what the president does is only this is no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia to say In the election So we put together at each other in the past and it's this long and he's got to realize that he's got to make a distinction between. The collusion vegetation and the investigation of listening to the campaign is, always, on, people Republican, Republican former Republican Senator Intelligence, the, president's dug, in Heats Literally of his, election he's gonna deny everything This is Long, Island Republican congressman Peter, King anchors, MAC Rosenberg, and Joab Lauren afternoon round up in light of the. President's meeting one Russia's President. Vladimir Putin CBS, news time, ten forty eight traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the..

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"joab" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"joab" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"And say you know who's he going against and all that but just from basic throwing quarterback standpoint balls he was thrown i saw progress from tuesday to wednesday and ultimately culminating with his best day on thursday yeah i agree and i i think that was the case for the offense general overall which was a good sign because a lot of times that's how these offseason works how the seasons work the offense is slow to start out you know that's kind of how the installation process tends to save the defense early in off seasons and all that but when you've got three new quarterbacks and one that is highly touted as josh allen is coming in here you want to see that progress and like you said i think this week certainly you know all three quarterbacks including him were much much better than they were a couple of weeks ago we were out there you know someone called me earlier and said can you see a scenario where either mccarron or peterman are traded and i said well i don't know about traded but you know i don't know what the value would hold for either but i i could i could i'm not predicting it mark but i could see a scenario where this team keeps two quarterbacks of course josh allen would be one of them and they kept to last year even though joab was on the roster i mean if if they feel peterman's competent enough to either either wins the job or could be legit number two i would not totally discount that possibility yeah i i wouldn't discount it either i wouldn't also i might be putting the cart a little bit right again so early and and honestly i mean you know i know a lot of people have called in with high hopes about aj you know over the past couple of weeks and you know my rebuttal to that would be well look at the contract he got and look that he was out there in free agency for a couple of days he didn't get a big contract so i think that kind of the temperature of what other teams felt about him had he into free agency but for my money i thought nathan peterman was the you.

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"joab" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"joab" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"And now he's now he's gone so you know things like that do happen all right so mark is here to talk buffalo bills football of course bills digest he writes for you can follow that and subscribe to it some really good content there you were out at mini camp with me over the three days i opened up today by saying how really was tangible to me the progress i saw from day one to two to three for josh allen now we can we can couch that and say you know who's he going against and all that but just from a basic throwing quarterback standpoint the balls he was thrown saw progress from tuesday wednesday and ultimately culminating with his best day on thursday yeah i agree and i think that was the case for the offense general overall which was a good sign because a lot of times that's how these off season works how the off seasons work the offense is slow to start out you know that's kind of how the installation process tends to save at the defense early and offseasons and all that but when you've got three new quarterbacks and one that is highly touted as josh allen is coming in here you want to see that progress and like you said i think this week certainly you know all three quarterbacks including him were much much better than they were a couple of weeks ago and we were out there you know someone called me earlier and said can you see a scenario where either mccarron or peterman are traded and i said well i don't know about traded but you know i don't know what the value would hold for either but i i could i could i'm not predicting it mark but i could see a scenario where this team keeps two quarterbacks of course josh allen would be one of them and they kept to last year even though joab was on the roster.

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"joab" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"joab" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Welcome to the undisputed podcast i'm your host joy sailor on today's show will the celtics get their revenge against the cavs in the eastern conference finals plus crispus art explains why lebron should consider joining the process and philadelphia and kodak prescott be an mvp candidate next season skits shannon's let's get you it the celtics knocked out the sixers last night and they now have a rematch with the cavs and the eastern conference finals cleveland dominated the series last year but only four players remain from that boston team this season celtics lost two three to the cavs with kyrie irving the lineup for all of those games but boston is a perfect seven zero at home during the playoffs with game one in boston on sunday so shihan who wins the series really like the pick joab real you're trying to ride didn't quite get kevin six gill are you got him in sit if this is the match up we thought we'd see at the beginning of the year with all the age when when keri got traded to the celtics they landed gordon hayward this is what we thought we'd see but just not like this we expected z gordon hey we expected to see career in this series but unfortunately those guys will not be there i like this match up a little better than playing philly because i mean kari love he tried hard but he's no match for joel embiid down the block and then instead of shooting jumpers now joel embiid he played against cavaliers he don't spend all the time down on the block throwing job over his left and right shoulder posting kevin love but that's not the here there lebron is playing at a level we've never really never seen him play at especially with the efficiency in which he's doing now he had god your number in that first finals laws to the warriors thirty five thirteen nine yeah but his fisher see rating with not even close he might have shot in the forty percent.

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