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"melchett" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:25 min | Last month

"melchett" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And the Beast refers to the simple hearted of Judah who obey the law and what he's going on and says that this man had done this wicked priest, he said, just as he planned to destroy the poor, we know and the verse that says, because of the murder and and justice Murder in the city and injustice in the land. The city refers to Jerusalem where the wicked priest committed his important deeds to filing the temple of God. Well, we know That Judas defiled the Temple of God that he did that which he was not supposed to do in casting money into the temple. We have no record of anybody else doing that, except any obvious everything F and these, uh, having done this a creations for requiring a pig to be sacrificed, so there's no other record of somebody defiling the temple. There is no other record of somebody defiling the temple other than Judas, and he did that which was unlawful to do. He took the blood money and cast it into the Temple of God. The city of Of Jerusalem is also where he murdered took place because Judas Cause Jesus to be murdered. And so, um, when it's scriptures say, Blessed are the meek and the poor that is referring in their commentary and selected verses to speaking of the Hod, which is their group. And Judas stole money from them. That Judas stole money from the poor. He was a collector of the treasury and the term for the poor was them. They took care of the poor. They would go out. When somebody was sick. They'd live in their houses. They take care of them. They do all of these things for free. And if Jesus was their leader is one of the responsibilities of the leader would be to collect money for that group. And which was the poor Judas was the treasurer, and he held the money for that group in and also the gin, ear of Christianity and the Dead Sea Scrolls. Is is very similar am really not seen anywhere else where they would use terminology such as and the new covenant. Uh, the The Children of light Children of darkness and the Belial in the pit and so forth that aren't used anywhere else. So we understand that when we hear the term liar That were where they're saying this refers to the In one case they're saying this refers to the spreader of lies, who deceived many building a worthless city by bloodshed, forming a community of by lies for his own glory, making toil at uselessly labor. Teaching them to do false deeds in the oil will be for nothing. As a result, they will undergo fiery punishment because they blasphemed and reviled God's chosen ones. When it says the earth. So these are things that are dealing with this liar. And when we understand in Thessalonians second Thessalonians Paul speaks who is a liar? And speaking of the son of perdition, that term sound of tradition. Jesus applied to Judas. It's only used twice once, speaking of Judas, once speaking of the son of tradition, and that would explain why Judas was the son of tradition. That means that he would be the son of Satan. And that we understand as far as the wicked priest and the righteous priest. These terminologies would deal then with Judas and Jesus. That the idea of Christ being a preach priest, Christ is spoken of as being a priest after the order of Malta's Dick Melchett. Death was Michael in the holy of holies. There are two terrible Zachariah speaks of them, he says. Who are these two olive trees? And the olive trees they were made of the cherry bomb were made of olive trees. Two of them are off of one tree, which they were separate branches. The righteous branch was to represent Michael. The abominable branch was to represent Satan. And on Judas would have been the son of Satan and therefore the abominable branch and Jesus. When we say son of that means that each man has an angel. Within Scripture. We find that Jesus is speaking to the Children. He says. No, you're not that each of their angels stand in the presence of God, and that Paul spoke of that. We have an earthly body and a heavenly body. And that means that each of the Angels And sent their image into this reality. When they said, let one God said, It's the Let us make man in our own image. The word is Elohim God with exceedingly number of angels. Jesus spoke to the Children and said, No, you're not that each of their angels stand in the presence of God. So we all have Angels Paul Went on and he talked about in Hebrews. Uh, he second Hebrews he talked about The fact that we each have a heavenly body that this is where we've been sent to the Earth as an image of our heavenly body, And then he goes on and speaks of the chair of him, he says of which we cannot now speak. Particularly this is why it's not an open doctrine. It's it's something that you have to figure out. I am Paul when he's speaking in these terms. He tells us that, uh, he speaks of Christ being a priest after the order of Melchett Sadiq, and he also tells us that he is made in his image. After the manner of his image. So, um, if we accept that each of our us have an angel that we are made in their image of than all of that would mean that Jesus Angel would be Michael. Michael is the Angel of the Lord. He's one who Melchiot Zeddicus is always was. And was the visible image of the Jews speak of Michael as being the visible image of the Almighty God, a lot of people when they hear of the angel born Old Testament, they say That's Jesus. But in that case, it would have been his angel. And since these two were identical twins, it would make sense. Uh, a lot of the doctrines that are saying that Jesus and Judas were twins. So what we have here is that both Michael and Satan were considered to be the priests of judgment holding over the mercy seat. Within the holy of holies, and it's a statement uses our brother in daily before the throne of God. And so this is what we're seeing is the idea of the court of Heaven being a court and that Satan Is part of that court was perfect in always as a priest of God. Originally, he he was not always was like Michael. So he isn't the in the image of the invisible God that, uh what it says. Whenever we you speak of Michael. It tells us within some of the Jewish commentaries. You're speaking of the visible image for God. That God chose to..

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"melchett" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

08:15 min | Last month

"melchett" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Play twelve personnel. Run the football. Play action off that matt jones giftable out of hand extremely quick. Now he's going to have to understand he can't hold a ball even have alabama's off into land so he's going to have to get rid of the football and he's done a great job of that except the last games get when he held about too long anywhere down. If i'm not mistaken four times. But i like so for say so. Huge mistakes give even if he does struggle. Maybe that's the scroll that he need to help him in the long run so if they win tan games make the playoffs with a mistake. No even if they don't winton game even if they missed the playoffs coach belichick and try to play the long game he says. This is the quarterback. I selected in the round. I'm tied to him. He showed me enough in the joint practices and in the preseason games that i believe he can handle it and when i say handle it. Run the football player. We're not gonna ask him to be. Tom and your tan going to ask him to be tom in the first two years okay. We believe he can handle that so to say it so mistakes. We won't know we're going to have to look and see maybe two or three years down the line if he's a mess like the david carr houma mistake if he turns out to be peyton manning he turns out to be one of these other quarterback started got the hell beat out through twenty plus ascension and he turned out to be great now. I'm not saying they'll be paid manic. That's a whole different. That's a whole different story. But i'm saying if he turns out to be what they think he's going to be here skip. This might have been the right. Call all i do believe cam. Newton should've started at birth. The i started out. Burke little like six seven game yes right at five five and two cam newton and i kept telling you you don't want to go in with a negative mindset like well we'll we'll put the kid in when cam starts to fail will you don't want cam to fail. You're right. Hope he just hold onto the job and you'd go to the playoffs and win a couple of playoff games right. this move skip. It seems to me coach. You wanted this kid to play sooner rather than later or sure okay. So that's what i told you a along. I could just see it feel it. Smell it bell. Check wants to go with this kid and if he goes forward with this kid. Camps personality is so huge. You you have to cut your. You just have to clear the decks so that the kids head is clear. And he doesn't have cam. Newton conover show. There was no doubt. Skip that one. This one this job they can was going to get release. There was no doubt about that. All right so. I'm stepping back. And i'm listening to what jermaine wiggins said here and i'm not going to dismiss it as absurd not gonna say asinine acid ten hours of fifteen or twelve. Maybe i should say tom brady. But i'm good with him going forward with mack jones. But it ain't going to be easy because cam's not looking over shoulder anymore. But tom brady looking over whether you like it or not. He just is the ghost debris or whatever the the specter brady is still hovering over this kid show expectations looking over your shoulder because a lot of people. This is a playoff team okay. Well that's jermaine wiggins point and you spend that much money in your poise to have a playoff team and everything looks so much better than it looked last year. His point is. We'll just go with the veteran in figure it out and if the kid has to sit for one year maybe you maximize this year with the team and you easy mma next year and i don't really care that much about jermaine wiggins but i will say he started on. Brady's first go round thousands. One remember he got a couple of classes on an drive will in which drives hoopoe on the super bowl. But i remember most. Because i was there in the press box and the tuck rule game launched the dynasty and dna was the wrong goal. It was a bad call and brady and company. Melchett got the break of their live right. It launched a dynasty jermaine wiggins. That game caught ten passes in the snow. Goes pretty good at one for high sixty-six-year-old but he was he just kept catching bigler bass like two passes thought to because it was. There's no food way down the field. Throw it to the guy with the biggest feet right. The guy who's got sort of snowshoes. Away and be jermaine wiggins so he knows what it felt like to have. It wasn't a rookie quarterback. It was second year quarterback starting in his first year for a team that i don't know that people thought it was going to be very. They expect this team. They did not that as well said so. The problem matt jones about to face is whether he likes it or not. He is going to be proclaimed he's going to be expected to be the next. Tom brady sooner than later. That's going to be his bar. It'd be set up there and it's completely unfair right but you're going to have to start living up to expectations because you kind of play like the other guy does at least in the when tom was you gotta you his shirt off. And he's got luke. Tom brady combi photo guys. you know. he's brady ask what are we. Give him six two six four right so but he's probably slightly more athletic than brady. These definitely a little faster than brady. But i don't think it's gonna map festive okay. So the problem is this kid is gonna get like brady. Didn't have to overcome anything right because it's just drew bledsoe who had struggled to already been five eleven before right so there is no real pressure on tom. Brady tom brady and later. He started be compared to his hometown. Hero to joe montana right that that income for a long. Yeah but but joe montana play put in play for them known for their interest. Tom grew going forty niner games in the bay right so the point is in the end. Germain has a point kim. The kid overcome the pressure to be brady asked and yet i cannot think if i'm gonna throw a kid into a fire. He's in the most protected fire he could ever be thrown into because now the guy many people in starting with the guy across the table thinks is the greatest head coach ever. He has bought completely into you so he will do everything in his power to make you right. Yep to to put you to prop you up to protect you to make sure that you do the very best you're capable of do right. You have a powerful run game. It is deep and power for the very reason get we were talking about it yesterday. About madre stevenson. Yup getting the bulk of the cares the reason why they gotta run the ball forty fifty times a game and no one back and carry it like that over sustained time and i got three bags that can carry forty to fifty times a game and we can sustain that throughout the season. And that's going to be the recipe you watch and dink dong just brady dink donkeys first. Couple yes let made especially as year so you no this. You start getting older. Try to one of those crosses with approach there behind you you get nosy break bubble screening we shoot the guy derail okay so the one line that caught my eye from jermaine wiggins was. I think it's a huge mistake and it has the potential to get really ugly. I thought that was kind of in your head and heart as you watch. This thing starts to take shape. Because i thought you were thinking. Oh my god if they throw this kid into the fire too soon could get ugly. Yeah but i just think the thing is coach. Bela checks says look. We're better offensively. We're better defensively. I drafted this kid. Now the surpri. I knew he was good. But i didn't think i didn't think he was going to be. This good this quick while we delaying it like i said i heard it from someone. That's very close to call bella. Check that he almost went with tom. Brady in two thousand and one and he said no no. He almost cut him. You know he almost wh- coming out of the no no no no.

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"melchett" Discussed on Monster: DC Sniper

Monster: DC Sniper

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"melchett" Discussed on Monster: DC Sniper

"So guys WanNa to give you an update on my progress on best means it is a five star rated mobile puzzle game? I am almost at level two hundred currently. I'm in the ominous ocean and I know I've said this to you before but the the great thing about this game is that first of all you can play it anytime you want to play it. You don't need an Internet connection so for me. I'm just back from the DC area in the Baltimore area doing some media for this podcast monster DC sniper. I'm on the plane and I can play this without an Internet connection. I've got these fun characters that I'm collecting along the way I I've got gene and how we got Quincy Love Quincy because of the way Quincy Spells Quincy Right. It's literally kind of the game. Now that's gotten so popular selling itself. You can find that apple APP store. Google play you're going to enjoy it as much as I am. I'm sure best fiends. That's friends without the our best Phoenix a day after Malveaux interview with Police The Washington Post published an interview with John. Muhammad's ex wife mildred. She had her own theory about John's motivation for the crimes. Do you know why he came to the area. He went to a father's rights. Group told them I kidnapped the children. They did a skip trace on me. Found me in the DC area and told him he went to his best friend. Robert he said I found mildred. She's in DC. I'm GONNA go getter. His best friend axed them. Are you going to hurt her insane? The theory was he was killing innocent people to cover up my murder so he could come in as the grieving father get custody of the Children Inc and drive away. They probably would have named him father of the year for coming to get the children and raising them himself that best friend called the FBI. I don't know anything about your case. But you may want to look at John Allen Muhammad. His Ex wife is in the area and he may be there to hurt her and I talked to Robert. I said I am calling you to thank you for saving my life. Say Melchett me tell you something girl. John came there to kill you. I had to make a decision to call and report him. Watch your name. Scroll under the TV. That you've been killed say. Melgen our pay anything to have a beer with John Right now. Does my war but I had to call. He said so. Don't get this twisted. Don't believe that ten million dollars madness. He came there to kill you. Don't ever that twist. Mildred Muhammad. Thinks the random string of shootings was designed to disguise her murder? If John had just killed her he would be the primary suspect but if it looked like she was just another random sniper victim maybe he would have gotten away with it. Mildred says that even though that plan sounds crazy. It's the sort of crazy plan that John would have come up with after all. This was the same John who is ready to run away with Lindbergh. His son from his earlier marriage the same general who kidnapped his kids for Mildred. Took them all the way to. Antique Washington. Post reporter Josh. White says while it's hard to ever definitively know the motivation for Chri. Mildred S- theory makes sense. Mildred has talked about how she believes she was the target. And I think that's plausible. All of those shootings create panic and get police occupied and that it would have been very hard to connect her shooting anything else just like it was very hard to connect any of these other people together. It would have gotten him custody of the children. It would have gotten the problem. He saw out of the way. But that didn't happen. Malveaux has said that they parked outside where she was living October eleven. My coworker picked me up for work. She said you know. There's a dark colored Capri so in. Palo outside your door and just get a bad feeling from the car so go to worry about this. Just go to work so we pass by the car. The driver looks at us but the passenger has a newspaper in. He puts it up to cover his face. Did you see that she say yeah? Did I say Gimme a phone? We call the police so I call the police. They said okay. We'll send someone out there later. They told me John saintly to your door pretending to be a salesperson and his instructions. Were when you open the door to shoot you an face this Muhammad. Do you open the door. And for whatever reason he walked away we don't know the repercussions he suffered. Because he didn't kill you that day.

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"melchett" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

12:39 min | 2 years ago

"melchett" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"There's a geologist you've spent decades. His passion is subject you she spent decades trying to understand it and he found a really unique piece up in the new. Tech Titan allows. It's unique because it has confused second chunk stuck to it. He said the only way that could form is if you've had an area words GonNa Cheat on the ground hours later. A second burst has occurred and a piece of material by good luck has stuck to one of the the cooling chunks said at that point you know for sure the only way this can happen. He's area bursts and so this is not an impact is debris raining down from an object which has exploded inspect sold us has performed in space and now now we know there is no impact these chunks of debris from something and they coming in and they're exploding until eventually we get the end of debris field up emotional you get these strange. Lait Ed Tech Titan which again is quite mysterious 'cause they don't understand why they're in these layers and I find that kind of funny because there's a lot of talk about Meta materials from UFO's right. We layers layers mceachern these pictures from you know teacher say what the have these layers and he's very strict looking tektite so see actually there in layers like again again. Nobody really knows why why nobody's going to sign something so you have a hand in glove match with the download download information right down made off. There's enough says they are largely silica about seventy five cents silica from Melchett Quartz and quartz doesn't even form bright alright space and asteroids isn't he planetary systems don't fine chunks of quartz fire round even say rare on the moon that when they found some they you had to be from a meteorite from Earth that being knocked off to the to the moon because he get courts there so just just to recap for folks the post host story Valerie gets his download of information about this crazy Hollywood story about a spaceship that comes uh-huh and they blow it out of the sky says this war in heaven kind of thing yet lowe's up its crystalline thing and it falls to Earth in Bruce here goes you know Tom. I'm just crazy enough to go. Look for evidence for that story because it matches up with a half a metaphysical experience I had I'm GonNa go. Let's see it. You have the brains the smarts to say okay. How would I go about doing that and then you say geologically. Maybe there's maybe there's still some stuff stuff around crazy as it may be and then like you just said hand in glove. I mean you just go through and I won't do it here. You go through all all the checkpoints of great mystery. No one ever did it acknowledges one hundred year mystery of knowledge this one seven hundred eighty thousand years old acknowledged that it's especially strange acknowledged that there's no crater. I am going through all of them it. It defies explanation by normal means and I think it'll have to appreciate that. You've you've done it the right way. You know you've gone and look for the data. It's not your fault that that they completely Paul skit line with this rather remarkable story. No they could be nothing right. I could have gone and looked and found nothing. That was the most likely event you think well even if it was true that just you simply didn't find anything you know. They hadn't discovered any material you know. I'm relying on the academics in these things because I don't go out and do geology or Kyoji again so you know I'm a layman layman so I have to see what's in the record you know in the papers in the fines and so by luck you know people being out and they found him. They've analyzed them so you know I have not to go into. Oh my woo lob and Mike our edge analyzed. No I mean this is a peer reviewed academic papers again. You know nasty pay. Is You know they can also. We've got independent universities geologist. You know he's not one not one organization. There's lots of different people look look to Australia. Tech Titans for lots of reasons as as even signature in that in the isotopic ratios today as alien material a into this soda system right so again is another important point. Is these not even the the makeup of the object is also not in line with asteroids comets or matrix that we know again. He's got a strange ratio different. Lots Lots Different Chemicals in EPA strange ratios of chemicals again so there's a lot of reasons for them to decide this season's a standard object and that it has seen from Melchett quartz again signature of this is a very strange to be orbiting the planet this huge chunk of you you know so silica and aluminium with a lot of other sub compounds the what the heck is it doing that you know and then as you trace that down you can imagine this thing coming over at my uncharted. I got breaking up and you can see the the largest pieces from space until they start to hit the atmosphere and then you get a different birth and then at the very end of the trail. You've got these strange milling Laron. During which I assume is the closest to the undamaged material that we're going to get you know these are the final chunks if you like the molten material that has ended up right at the end end of that decreasing flightpath right so we can trace it all the way down from untalkative to Laos as it breaks up and comes in very you know very strange. Absolutely a mess meshes so well because we also told in this download. The escape crofts land in South Australia if they're fleeing from an exploding Kroft. I'm thinking they're not traveling too far. You know he's like get to the ground cab again star wars. We hate to do it but I mean this is right out. Star Wars you got the mothership authorship and then you've got the other ship you hear it from. UFO account all the time. There's the big ship and then there's the little ships and that's what they're saying Yup. Let's jump afford stored for. We run out of time because you're we've talked about. I think if people are following along I don't know how good a job. I'm doing eh helping them do that. Probably not we talked about the chicken and the chimps and how that gets us to seven hundred eighty thousand years now we just talked talked about the tech tights and how that unbelievably gets us to seven hundred eighty thousand years but there's another part of the story that you amazing again. You just went out and look for just tell the story about the the tractor beam. Tell us where that fits into again our Hollywood movie and then where the evidence is for me. Absolutely I will say as well. You know more instant. She has at out at least one person. Come to her and told her about possibly making a movie is she thinks it would be a brilliant movie absolutely brilliant right because he is Aziz. ACT is action packed. You know he's not just that. We've discovered the scientific nominees but it's actually yeah. He's an extraordinary story and your son right but yeah with the track to being pop basically that we all told that five years after these events happened another group halls extraterrestrials associated with these colonists. If you like scientists they arrive to a these are kind of police force they are associated with this alliance but rather than being the peaceful colonists that have arrived initially these are kind of the cosmic cops of some sort that they come Derry's repercussions against betrayal so they warn the inhabitants of earth that the current you know inhabit deserve. They should leave as per the original agreement that they have destroyed. You know a peaceful colony ship broken the Treaty on that. There's GonNa be consequences insistent so to leave immediately or face. A planetary bombardment now is explained. Planetary bombardment is not laser beams or or anything conventional that we if you like that that what they do is is any pulley and asteroids and that they will utilize to combat a planet surface and clarify that you know if we need to we can pull in something big enough to crack a planet open right so is worse than nuclear warfare they can just wipe out your planet if they want to and he makes you think the dinosaurs was that deliver hugh knows but they said that quite capable of pulling in objects like that they didn't go about this bombardment right that the underground basis of this second party a sort of targeted. There's pulverizing. The planet assumed that something like that would be well known we'd have heard of it in the same way that we've heard of the stink of the dinosaurs that this would be oh and then another event like this seven hundred thousand years ago that we don't know it so. I was skeptical. I would find anything to support this. by went away unlooked it turned out that just I think he's in two thousand fifteen pretty sure fifteen a German geological team eh basically uncovered evidence of a Multi Directional planetary bombardment asteroids which would lead to a global cataclysm firestorm Salamis earthquakes till two thousand fifteen. No one knew that and keep keep in mind that we're dealing with a book published in two thousand and free so there's no way that I look this up because it would be exciting. You know nobody knew and it so weird again another normally because you expect an astroid on his own to come in you don't expect many of them to hit from different sides of the planet at the same time and they even say the composition seems to be different so he's not from one breaking breaking up asteroids set off checks. Otis so the so the reporting this are going wow again like your tech type thing. They're going to another incredible incredible anomaly and misery. How could this ever happen in your backyard going well. This is exactly what I don't Yup. It's an anomaly. I'm Leon normally. 'cause you know we've already got. We've got this enormous object and how it breaks up. We've got this you know. Now we got this enormous bombardment and then of course we grow up normally in the genome which we tackled some of those but they're all the dating again for the important most important changes in early hominids that lead to us they again tied to this period around seven hundred eighty thousand years ago now. That was one of the crucial things as that. If I could find the evidence to support these narrative he also had to be in the same time zone right because he's no good to saying that five hundred thousand there was a bomb bob in a million years ago. There was a silica cross cross to be a true story or the major events have to be happening at the same time right. That's what I found that they aw right so maybe we've left a we've implied this other part of the story but I think we probably should should go ahead I and get to it because as the story moves on and I'll let you tell it these beings land in Australia and they say wow we can't really fulfil our original mission but we can Khanna get there by doing some genetic engineering genetic manipulation nation which we we this is like. We're going to have to have so many interviews on this earth. Maybe we'll make the movie unite together to talk about that but but they're thing is like doc okay. We do this all the time like this. Isn't you really wrap your head around what you're saying. You have to accept that. This is just kind of how stuff duct works. They knew about the planet long before this. They may be visited it long before this. This is just one event that happened seven hundred and eighty thousand years ago they weren't able completely fulfill their mission so they kind of went into this mode okay well. Let's do the thing you know we do the genetic engineering and how we did it over there and we're always doing genetic engineering and it's been done on us we do it. Another being's consciousness evolves and it goes into all these different things and hey. Let's see how it works here and what I thought was particularly interesting here because it reshape our understanding is this idea of the garden so if you could bite off all that stuff that that I I'm saying on behalf of you and Valerie then what do you do you know you've got this planet and you have these kind of different beings that are running around that. Maybe you had a part of in the distant past but right. Now you're ready to do something. I haven't done a very good job story but pick it up there with. Maybe this idea of the garden yeah sure. I mean that's right. I mean it's another argument that people say well. How wouldn't come mix..

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"melchett" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"melchett" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"We talked about that as well. And was one. If you want the kind of like back story of how Emily basil became a reporter useless to the first step aside with her. It's a good one did is, is the podcast like the same as the book or is it a second book. It's a second that. It's one of the things we talked about, is that she had to get another character for the podcast after spending a lot of time with different stories for the book, she had to then find another one for the podcast. So really added a to the workload of the project. You know, if you're already doing a buck, you're early doing podcast. Why not adds a mailing list to the mix? It's the way to get the word out and bring the attention to the book and the pied cast, which are about different stories. There's no better way to do it than with Mel, chimp Melchett makes it really easy to keep track of people. Let's say you got like a project or one things coming out. And then something else is coming out. Great. You sign people up on the first one then. Boom bang bang. It's all good melts him. Van veins. Here's Evan with Emily Basilan. Emily welcome back to the podcast. Thanks so much for having me. I'm so glad to be here last time we talked, we ended I sort of said, you know what are you what are you gonna work on next? And you said why'd love to do another book, but I don't really know when that's in the cards and that was five years ago. So here we are have your book how much of that time was taken up by this book. I had the idea for the book. I think around the end of twenty fifteen and I wrote a proposal for it. That was all about the power of prosecutors and really about abuse of power and the ways in which prosecutors were driving mass incarceration, and now remained important to the book. But while it was reporting something totally welcome. And for me exciting happened, the story change nationally, I wasn't expecting that, but people around the country in twenty sixteen started trying to elect reformers to the district attorney's office in a whole bunch of American cities and. And a lot of those people got elected, so like November twenty sixteen many of us were distracted by the result of the presidential election. But one site. But once I kind of woke up and started paying attention to these local DA races. I realized I could compare an old school prosecutor to someone who is planning to do it differently. And that seemed really interesting to me to look at to Justice systems that were one of which was trying to fundamentally change the way it was oriented to let step back again. Give people little context for the book of they haven't read it, first of all you were when we talked last time you were doing sort of double time, sleet, and near tons magazine. Yeah. No. You are. Stafford than your wings after technically know what the diff what exactly that constitutes. AM like one staff at the New York Times. It has in that sense. It has advantages to being a freelancer were you also still do the gabfest. Yeah, so I still do the slight political gap vest, this weekly podcast, I've been doing forever with David plots and John Dickerson true. So when you say you came up with the book idea and twenty fifteen was that based out of reporting, you were doing for magazine story or was it just something that was in the air that you just kind of gravitated towards outside of that? It was in the air, and then I pitched a magazine story that let me explain for one side of the book. So I started working on a story about a woman named Nora Jackson, when she was eighteen her mother was brutally stabbed to death in the middle of the night in Memphis is the kind of crime. There's a lot of pressure to solve Nores mom is a white family, and like an upper middle class neighborhood and the prosecutor in Norris case had become the elected d a and Memphis, even though after nor was convicted the Tennessee..

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"melchett" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"melchett" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"It's getting time for the market season. The ships are in the restaurants, and the sunshine are out outdoor seating is all placed it's time for that summer season, which we get so excited about down in the place market, EDA's, seatown, market diner. And the rub shack. I was at not that long ago. I had the most delicious lunch. I saw Gretchen Geithner's there. He's been down Manamet ship for for quite a few years. Now is a great time. Sitting those big windows and watch everyone stroll by with their flowers and their dogs on their leashes. Yeah. Tell you. It's so fun to watch them. Stroll bikes said the little bit of everything about the windows of those restaurants. They're down there in the north end of the market big bouquet of flowers. Most people don't. I'm to ritual Sheffi NAT ole new of look in Madison valley and Lula downtown Seattle cool new of six union bottom of the Sheridan and always happy to see you in. Yeah. And I'm marketing director at Molly moon's homemade ice cream making all the dreams. Come true getting hut to be the season. Yes. This is our high season where we're just getting into it now and the days are longer, and it's nice and sunny outside everyone wants ice cream. We got a big show for you today, we're answering your culinary quandaries, which we like to do it certainly fund because sometimes I think we forget how basic knowledge is when you know, Sarah, our assistant producer here is always wondering, how do you Brown onions, forget sometimes the basics. Yeah. So we're going to answer those questions if you have them, of course, we're going to take on each other in our trivia contest. The at the end of the show we have to our show. We're getting sweet with bartender. Kristen rally. Nick, or at least we're gonna get sweet drinks. He's going to show us how to make delicious sweet for move looking forward to those. Yeah. What do you are you a sweet for move nuts, we'd removed, but I definitely like Maurienne. I mean, I'm on a roll. But I beaters. Yes, I'm a big little Beatles. But first, let's jump into ordinary to extraordinary some ordinary dishes turned extrordinary with all the knowledge that you've accrued over the years. The first one comes from Jacob lep low, and he wants to know how to grill a perfect salmon. I think it's because the weather must be getting nice people are starting to think of getting those grills out in their charcoal or gassing it up. So what is an ordinary turned extrordinary grilled salmon. Well, here's here's all challenge. Jacob because obviously anyone can put a piece of salmon on the grill. We talk about it all the time and medium, he not over direct searing all that kind of stuff. But let's make a whole fish for Jake. Let's let's make Jacobs star, right? When people come over to his house for dinner, and he's pulling off a whole Bristol bay. Sakai that's stuff with fennel and downs, and lemon, and it's the tiny night back up put your twine. And then you're gonna put it on your grill kind of low and slow and then cook it on one side use your meat thermometer in the center, then turn it. Get a nice crust on your skin because that's skin so edible and delicious. And then you're going to Brown the other side over the over the thing. And when it's one hundred and twenty five degrees in the center, you're going to pull that baby off the grill. Let it rest, but you're going to just put over a little compound butter of fennel pollen toasted fennel seeds, lemon zest all mixed with butter and Gracie salt. And then you take that hot fish, and you're gonna take the butter and just put a riot on top take the butcher turnoff. I, but then there's Melchett right on top of that just before you put the butter on that we'd take some of the whole thing up on the I think we've taken his salmon his ordinary girl, salmon. Yeah. To credible. This whole Bristol bay Sakai, absolutely delight. But I think it's important to remind them remind people of this to make sure your fishy skilled, you don't need the tell you can cut the tail off and the head of you don't need the head on the grill on this you want to and you have it. But you don't. Need? I mean, that's a room and more things to move around. So tried to make it as tight as possible mix you tied up nicely. And then make sure you'll grill is hot enough to not have the skin stay on the grill. Yeah. But you kind of want to bake it more grill it you'll still want to put a little bit of oil on your grill before you Semin down. Just a few things to help, you know, manufacture that. Yeah. But yes, a wholesome. You know, I haven't done that in quite a few years. I'm going to you just gonna talk a butterfly you could do butterfly. But I'm talking about a whole. So if you're getting Bristol bay Sakai, you're definitely it's come in head off. It's been previously frozen. Yeah. Which is all fine. Matter of fact, we need to talk about that maybe in the next segment or about this new law. That's coming in with our health department was about to say something it's going to be interesting. Changes. How we serve salmon here in downtown Seattle anyway. So that's what I would suggest. We have time for short one. Okay, shirt went spring vegetable soup. There's some nice vegetables coming out spring, watchable soup peas and asparagus. So probably the two most green vegetables popping out on the market and both of them make fantastic soup. Both of them at great chilled soup. You know, if it's a holiday cheated down in a nice cold soup, and you thinking of a puree. Yes. Curate dish stucco chicken. Stuck break. It down cook it down blended, and then put it into a big bowl and go cheese crusty, knee as a gun. She's very simple. Very easy. Another last minute some season olive oil. You take olive oil salt pepper drop it right on top of the soup. So when you eat you have a little bit of everything at the same time. It's simple and delicious and fresh herbs. You know? There's a few of popping chives is big right now know pumping everywhere. So just use that sage. Blossoms starting to come out. So I always liked the freshness of dill that brings those fresh spring vegetables to that sounds delicious. Tom. That's that's why I don't mean. The same thing was. You got to try to make it simple. But most showcase the vegetable all or we're going to talk about vinegar on in our next segment because I was going to wait for you to add a little bit of vinegar to that sooner later to kind of counterbalance, the sweetness of the asparagus or the sweet peas, or if you want it super green at some spinach that before you puree, you know, things like that make a super green shoot delicious. Okay. Vinegars next. And I'm going to look to chef on this one because I don't feel like I cook enough with vinegar make plenty of vinegar rats, but I don't use it in my my build, you know, what I mean by that my build of my flavor profile..

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"melchett" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

13:26 min | 2 years ago

"melchett" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Traffic and weather station. KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Welcome back to Costa, co-ceo Muros, TIMMY church Bruce Fenton, and Bruce we were just discussing these human origins, and we're gonna push it back to eight hundred thousand years and talk about hybrid humans. That's one thing. But to pull it away from Africa and over to Australia is a whole nother conversation. What evidence is there that our human origins came out of Australia eight hundred thousand years ago? Thank you. Yeah. That's a that's a good one. Very controversial one. Yeah. The mainstream media and scientists didn't like that I'm giving that most all stat mostly wrong. You know that I'm not even putting south end in Africa. Let alone any outside involvement. Really what it comes? There's a few things that comes down to being a lack of recognition to the fact that one of the early hominid, I'm just home and ends means basically the human family being cluding, homo erectus that one of these these homo erectus kind of sisters who they popped out some of genes to us, right? They say that they've come out. They know that they came out of that region possibly Africa possibly the Mediterranean region. There's a bit of clarity on that. But around about two years ago these guys right? The spread down through the Caucasus. There's evidence of them there at one point. Eight million years. They spread down all the way down into south East Asia. I think the easier around about one point six point seven million years old. Long before homo sapiens. And so these guys have sailed out onto the land in Indonesia. But the the mainstream tell us that. Yes, we've probably come from these come from these homo erectus, right? But in Africa what I'm saying? Well, hi on a minute. You go home to sue come all the way down to south East Asia that really widespread? So what is the argument then that these are the that we've come from these African not from the others. And there doesn't really stocked up the reason that we now find that what's called transitional fossils, where we see the, you know, the beaches of early homo sapiens, like goes, you know, body pods those seen in fossils down in East Asia and China right between about eight hundred thousand to two hundred thousand you got a fairly good record of the ma-. You know, you've got a gap. Yeah. Quite a big gap. You to see them there around about five hundred thousand years ago, you transitional fossils, so where where they full that you know, and down East Asia, you don't have that gap. So I'm saying we'll look the fossil evidence is much stronger. Down in east and southeast Asia, Australia. There's a problem with fossils, and the reason for that is because the coastlines of being flooded by rising and falling ozanich events right over the last few hundred thousand years, but at times, the Australian landmass as being much bigger, you know, this was komo's with missing dining, south East, Asia and Australia. New GUINEA was pot all the Australian landmass people idea how much lost. So these coastal sites. They're being flooded. What we do know today is that home made they way throughout the islands of Indonesia all the way across to. Items very coastal straight up to about a million years ago. And so that made it inevitable that they would go across Australia. So food logical deduction inside that they know the once you get that far east. You've crossed what's called the Wallace line, which is the geological boundary between Asia and Australia. At once you cross that it's inevitable that you reach Australia. So we should have had homo erectus on other home and ends entering that area about nine hundred years ago. Okay. So that puts us down that. And so the funny thing is that we also now have genetic evidence shows the people can't you'll know oven AustralAsia, they have an oval oughta Denisova DNA not from just one. But from at least two distinct populations plus the NA plus signs of a ghost population of homeless, happy anatomically modern humans and the line that leads to the rest of Eurasia. Right for a group that if you think the conventional was that they reached that late. You know, that they just broke away from a group of Asians after the Africa, then and ended up being Australia. What are they doing with all these genetic lineages, right? Jimmy, they've come from all these other human groups and many which are not even in people in Asia. So it doesn't stack up the only place. We'll be having his Email straighter itself that they different human groups there then mixing down that. And that there is later on their events where people come out of straight. Yeah. Moved through Asia and to Africa, and there's a lot of evidence stacking up that shows that some of it in my book, some of its happened since then continuing to happen Zachariah situation as as we all know wrote about the knock, easy, and the Sumerian tablets and the trans the translating of those. Those text which state that the Anna Nakae created humans for a slave race at around four hundred thousand years ago. And that's where we came from is this this same story as Zachariah as in that aliens intervene, you know, something off planet, intervene and created us. But the time wasn't four hundred thousand years ago, according to Samaria tax, but it was in Tanzania, but you know, stralia at eight hundred thousand years ago is it the same story, or is it a different story. I think that what we see as echoes the true story echoes of creation narrative, right which have made their way only to mess Mottain. Yeah. But to other places, you know, that we this similar stories in the mid fall other Asian people as well. You know, even the ancient Egyptians have stories to do with the the Nietzsche's these manifest, and and have a role in creating humans, you know, in the tribal cultures. They have these crazy stories involving these beings. So I think that yeah. There's that crustaceans that material, you know, and that within the medspa Cheney reckless. There was definitely that creation story that God's you know, that creates us as a kind of work because for them that does connect-. Yeah. It does connect back to this. I suspect that what we have a mess. Potato is a two streams of information firstly when you say what I what I'm saying about everyone coming out of strata. So. About story. He's being taken by the aboriginal ancestors of modern humans right out of with them. Into the Middle East and into these areas, this story that they've held onto you know, again, how long I think that is being interaction with the beings since those early times, there's also being what do you call like Schimanek events where people travel into that the world, and they seem to come back with the story to come back with information. So I don't think it's necessarily that. You know, the story has been pasta on direct TV years. That's a long time right to hold onto story. You know, stretch what we have is later interaction with some of these beings. We're saying, hey, look, this is what we did. This creation story that we need to share with you every now, and again that kind of refreshing the narrative, so that is being, you know, further contact, and that's why we have a similar story, and mashed potato as to other places the debris that we were talking about at the beginning of our conversation tonight ties into everything that we're talking. About right now where the debris come from. How did he get here? And where did that particular piece that I have worded that come from? Yeah. The debris field is quite big. Actually. I mean, so this in to the creation story. Yeah. The story with there was Croft that arrived here, you know, very large Kroft information that you know, I'm working from it. He's claiming that there is fifty thousand beings sorted, different kinds of beings. Not just one long, and he's on the typical ones that people hear about, you know, the the grays, you know, Chilean's that met, you know, the ones that most people here, but there's a mixture of different being described. This is coming from. He's come from a trends. I say that to be a transmission from the extraterrestrials Frewin object off just like they left on this planet, right, which is being uncovered by the aboriginal people. So again takes us back to strata. Checked has the ability to use the kind of voice to SCO technology. So come across as being telepathy. But the object can communicate right? And it's given all of the information and what I've done is being validates eight didn't didn't go into my head. I should clarify that someone else that happened to I have investigated what it told them. Now in that explains. These cross derives that there is made mostly of silica. It's the other components base logically silicon the reason for that is it's eight living a ship with a self aware heart AI throughout the hull of the ship. So the whole thing is a computer, which makes a lot of sense and start thinking about you hang on. Next next next next generation right technologies. But you don't just how little you haven't PC onboard tapping away on you know, the whole Don ship is Norma silicon network. Right makes sense leading edge. Scientists telling us that's the direction things are going to go to this. You know, hard living in boss silica networks. Yeah. So it isn't fantasy stuff and the ship is blown up down Bush by second group who already on earth and that hall style. Right. There's an ambush blown-up Melchett in space. The silica basically is it's kind of crystal is described as being from quartz crystal melted. Caught eighty superheated comes into a liquid in space liquids forms to us. These droplets. They do so cold things instantly freeze. There's not time to crystallize again sitcom, grow the crystals steady. It becomes a kind of crystal glass, and that that's what Michelle is. Then is it rains down? It takes unique shakes feature the heating as it comes through that misfield now PC's that like when you go on. The ones I've gone from Australia. They the debris field starts and talk to. And then it rains down across southeast Australia, and then to the northwest, and he's sort of the line of this going all the way up that up to Thailand Laos and lost is the debris field or in seven China. So imagine that and then almost you know, debris field this small cross, you know, an enormous debris field the debris is made up of the same as as what I have or what is in your possession. Yes. I mean variance in proportion of some of the chemicals across the debris field. But yeah, he's a homogeneous singular type of material from a singular event c-i-s some very slight differences in the amounts of the chemicals. I mean, it's the same chemicals. So yeah, it's from one all jacked. Yeah. That's totally agreed by the academics. The only difference in some of the materials it right at the end of the debris field is you get to Laos. There's a different type of lay tectonic ways, these strange being layers that have cooled now from what I understand it's considered light TVs formed in a high energy kind of they say it was like plasma event. Some of the chunks coming for the atmosphere that they have these aerial bursts..

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"melchett" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

11:32 min | 2 years ago

"melchett" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Get home hit artists that you're so high avid disappointed you individually sandwich start with you. You know, this one was before my time a little bit. But Darko Melchett I think that was probably the worst draft pick arguably an MBA history deaf. Pistons history, and he came into the league. And you know, have you seen that documentary on him? He he he talks about you know, I had I had no idea what to do like, I just felt so uncomfortable out there. And he he was taken before Carmelo Dwayne Wade, Chris Bosh, and I think that's going to be the biggest disappointment. Because I mean, the only guy draftable for him is arguably the greatest player of all time LeBron James, so Darko military and the hands down the best draft class in the history of the league. I think that clearly have to be the biggest disappointment in Detroit sports, yet your go ahead. I like that one Sam. Not really the worst. It's just one that kind of annoys me Sam, I think he may kind of win this one with the worst Detroit athlete. Are worse bust. But for me, I'm gonna look at the Tigers. And I'm gonna look at a closer who not only was terrible, but who had bad interactions with the fans, and that's K. Rod Francisco Rodriguez. We kinda got him at the tail end of his career. I'm not saying we're expecting anything great from him because we weren't. I'm just kind of going out of the box of this one. Boy when you look at them, he he got here twenty sixteen think he was like forty four forty nine unsafe. So we is fine next season. He comes back. I mean, I don't know if you guys remember us giving up bombs almost every time. He was out there. Uh-huh. Threw eighty nine miles an hour. Right. Yeah. He threw eighty nine eighty eight right down the middle and they were getting teed off into the right field bleachers at Comerica park. But the thing that bothered me the reason I do not like Francisco Rodriguez is that after he was out there after he gave up bomb after bomb after bomb in the fans booed him. I believe then you flick off the fans or did he did some gesture towards the fans maybe like a hand signal. I know that or no, maybe it was an interview. And he criticized the fans were booing him. Tyler Collins is the guy that you're talking about flipping though that was one two and Joe Nathan did. Yeah. But there were some comments in the in the press, and he just basically said like why are they booing me? Like, he did not appreciate the fans, and that kind of left a bad taste in my mouth for a guy who was still supposed to be a good closer for the Tigers. I know he didn't pan out the way we thought he was but he was still supposed to be a guy who could paint the corners. And. Save a ballgame for you. He was huge earlier days is career. Who is he good with the Mets angels? Angels. Mets Astros us pretty good with them and the Tigers. And he threw eighty nine miles an hour. That's just as he was about fifty years old when it came to us the Suren has the worst luck closures Joe Nathan Todd Jones was even a roller coaster over to Verde was fifty fifty meat perfect. Save opportunities. But still it seems like every night. Didn't he would have a guy on second and third though Tigers close it's time. Go ahead. Mine's pretty obvious from what I've been saying earlier tonight. Andre Drummond chur. He's got the resume that would you would think I'm crazy, but he's nowhere near Ben Wallace. Or Bill 'em beer type of Detroit. Some of this guy doesn't work nearly as hard as either one of them. And because of it. I mean, he hasn't gotten past the first round this guy was I remember so many of these comparisons. When he got drafted I said earlier being compared to shack, and this guy doesn't even have a post move. I mean, it's unreal. I think this guy. I mean, again, he's just gotta get out of here as soon as possible. So I can get this bad taste out of my mouth of him for so long. This guy only plays what he wants to play when he doesn't. He's the last guy down the court on both defense and offense. And I mean, it's it's a disappointment in. That's why most disappointing for me. Interesting. That's interesting. We'll get back to that. Recco ahead. My biggest appointment for Detroit athlete. It was towards the end of his career. But I think he hindered the team's success for another year or two Alan Iverson. We'll be traded Billips for Iverson. I was a young kid at the time. I thought oh, it's great. We got a and all that. But an hindsight I think the pistons could have made it back to the at least the third around for two thousand nine hundred thousand ten possibly even the twenty eleven season. If that core group stuck together with Rasheed Chauncey, Sean and rib, I think people praise them too much nowadays. And I really I kind of have some mixed feelings about him for ruining our franchise because we haven't because to be honest, the pistons haven't been the same since two thousand eight when we lost to the Celtics in their big three. We haven't been the same. We haven't even gotten past the first round sense. We haven't won a single game. Yeah. We haven't even wanna single game since Chauncey rip tastes. On and she'd. Yeah. No. But then. Yeah. But. You know, make dice and all those people. Yeah. I just don't Iverson. He didn't really want to work hard. And he was always about himself. And I know he was old. But he was I don't know. I just feel a different sort of way about Alan Iverson, you expect if you trade your four general Detroit legend, Mr. big shot himself, you'd expect to get something in return. I still had a he was a productive for maybe like twelve game. The first twelve games that it is here that just went downhill you'd expect you know, if you're going treat your best player you'd get go. I know a is a legend. But he was a legend in Philadelphia Detroit. Now, Denver not with Memphis. He was alleged in Philadelphia. So to trade Chauncey was mind blowing to me as remember it was really disappointing that the time we only got two eight seat. And then we got swept in Alan Iverson did even play in the playoffs for us that year we lost LeBron and the Cavs po- pre heat days for LeBron. So LeBron just LeBron beat us, basically Williams Daniel, booby, Gibson, Anderson, Varejao, all these other guys that were, you know, maybe shack was on that team to I don't know. Four hundred pound shack was on that too. And I'm not talking about muscle shackled fat shack like shack, the Celtics and the Cavs. Yeah. But my my biggest disappointing signing draft. When everyone was draft by I'm getting at Josh Smith. Pistons this guy came with Brandon Jennings passing the will bite them Rodney stuck days. Like you felt like when you when you have Brandon Jennings. Josh Smith Drummond was trying to get more minutes. Moose was gone. You felt like the pistons were coming back in sets. Then Josh Smith. Left his soul left. Josh Smith is about looking he forgot how to play basketball. It's like the the will the mon- stars from Space Jam took his tail in a way that was terrible feeling for me. We're still paying the man five point five million dollars to be playing in the big three with ice q. Pretty good gig for him is in doubt. Dastardly cool, though been out of the league for how many years, and you just get to play in the big three you still you're still getting the check from the pistons every once in a while that's a pretty good life. Good for Josh Smith when he was with the hawks for how many years like nine ten years. He was unbelievable. Best team all-star yet. Those are great hawks team. Mike Bibby Joe Johnson. Lou will was on that team Horford Warsaw Millsap Paul mill. Yeah. Cooper was there later passed the Josh Smith days? Yeah. But Al Horford to right young Horford Bibi was there, but Josh Smith came over. And I just felt like a different way about the basketball wouldn't Jennings and Smith came over at the same time, Brandon Jennings. Was I thought he gave just again hustle. He put Brandon Jennings in that one stretch of like, the three months, and he played unbelievable basketball. Was it was a great structure, unfortunately towards towards achilles. It would walkout was at your house. Remember singing the base? I was like please real your police just rolled your ankle. Then I saw them grasping at that. That achilles. Tendon? I was like God, we get complete disaster that we got Anthony tall route of that. So maybe it was kind of a blessing in disguise at Reggie Jackson over taller. Okay. Let's go. Here's what's your best free agent signing in Detroit history, doesn't that'd to be. The pisses me the the Tigers biggest trade or free agency. That was beneficial for us who was to we sign prince field or do we trade for him? We agent. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Prince fielders mine. I mean, we went to the World Series with him after in two thousand twelve if I'm huge on that team. Right. Yeah. And I mean, he was he put up huge numbers. I remember I game with McGee and prince he had two bombs and Maggie Maggie at a Homer to that game too. And he he put a. A big numbers. It was sad to see his career and a little bit early. But I think I think you you've mentioned his name in that. But you kind of skipped over them Miguel Cabrera. I think we go over might be a pretty good. I think back in eight, but a guy who came on and has really changed. He changed. The course of the franchise. Yeah. I thought we were just talking about signed free agents said trade trade. Okay. From now. I'll listen to the rules. Okay. No. No, prince hill. There's a really good one. But I think we go Cabrera call though was a trade that just changed the way I thought about Tigers baseball. I know they came after the seven season was a winter of that after they oh seven season the kind of came off a rough season actually had a pretty rough season after got word. But after that oh nine we played misplace made at one sixty three thousand ten not as five hundred finish with an eleven twelve thirteen fourteen. And maybe baseball news at the center of all of it. He had a triple crown. He could have had two triple crowns a guy who really kind of changed the game of baseball for me. And the way I walked in baseball. And I think Mickey and always kind slow down in the last couple of years, but it's hard not to look at him. And think that you know, he could be one of the greatest Tigers ever when it's all said and done. I think he already is. What are the best hitters of all time? Def. Definitely the guy from like like you mentioned even we came in with Miami. Just unbelievable getting hits on intentional walks. That's how tell to the guy was the is still tells I think he can break through here a little bit. Hopefully, when the weather warms up Mickey returns to you know, even if it's like a fifty percent of what Maggie was. I hope that's what that's what the tires could get out of the next couple of months of the season. How about you guys? It'd be great to see you had four hits yesterday bomb the other way to those first of the year. Yeah. It's starting to look like old megi at least last night..

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"melchett" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"melchett" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"And that for that, I'm very grateful, and what this year is going to bring about it's an exciting time in wrestling and happy to still be part of it too Selo to your husband for me. And and I very impressed about his cooking credential. Very very good to know. That's very good to know. So I wanna thank you for joining us. Keep up the good work. And the fight the good fight. I'm proud of what you're doing. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me. Appreciate your time phone conversation. What do that again? I promise you doubt about it vowed respect for a woman. That's mom and how important it is. No, mayor children's age to be there for them in the sales. Like that that mom is there all the time and makes the time to be with their child and her husband, and then we found out the dirt Josh Mathews little impact. And he cooked. Folks, it's time for Slava and author of the week a lot of candidates to. Peru's, shall we say from our crack staff, you know, we have a producer Dennis is here. He's a man the mothership there in Culver city. And then we got Sean creedless. Join our team more efficiently and helping out information and research and a lot of good things as well as our right hand, man, Rafeal morphe-. Who I think this week is in Las Vegas because the the show runner for the big event coming in may for a w and they could not have gotten better guy. Excellent. So they're my guys helping me out here. So they they contribute to these nominations as well. So it's not all my fault kidding. We share the glory, folks. Certainly you could take a triumphant from the. Don't get mad now of the New England Patriots who. They've turned themselves. He'll accept a new ING. No, they're the hottest baby face alive there. But other than that, they are they're their heels. They're NFL heels. And they're kind of cool heels because they win. So you could say Melchett Slough knock of the week Tom Brady. You know, I would say the team has a. Of your team award. But not today. How are we spec for my late wife Fisher Steeler fan through and through? God bless her. I can't do it. I certainly considered the Clemson football team and their coach debo Sweeney surprising special they're special. He's young equipment manager. David Seville was Super Bowl. Tickets house was that as a surprise. And. There was a lot of nice footage of the NFL do nice things that show, man. Who's he's on the field with the Clinton team, national champions. And in a dorm kids. So that's there in the hunt. I can tell you that I free shit. What Devo and and the Clinton team did. Now this cover, Sean cradle. I'm not sure or maybe Rafael showing hit side. Big boy, formerly of outcast. You guys know I would have known that. Right. Saying there Aren be classic. I lo the way you move. Last job. I'm told I think I was making a sandwich at that time. No, I was grilling house grilling halftime. But it had the TV on out there in the kitchen outdoor kitchen. Enhanced for them. My I was in thrall grilling. I thought I did think that it's not a nice job with the national anthem. I think I'd her restaurants in place. Chicken waffles? Low the commercial feed works solved the week nominee. He directed. The NFL one hundred TV commercial, which is phenomenal as good as I've ever seen. What Baker Mayfield mediated sitting next Tom Brady? There's a rub that's a main it rubber banded. Enter Tom Brady re giving the road to the star. Like, I'll tell you the the winner the stalled knocker of the week award. And it doesn't come without a little bit of controversy. Unfortunately. Winters are the original heart validation. Fueled the envel-. The hitmen and the mouth south Jimmy Hart, and what I said create controversy because there's no controversy in my eyes that those men are not deserving of this distinction..

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"melchett" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"melchett" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Or are you giving the tickets, no doubt legions of Los Angeles news who would love to show up and go to a playoff game. Can I can I speak to my council before he has the question. Yes. They're now huddling up which is great for radio. Great for television. Terrible for radio. What as Tom Brady said? So well, the fed Assi. You sold tickets. Right. You sold tickets and their Dallas Cowboys fan you sold them. You don't know. No, you're around these sites whose buy tickets, and maybe the Rams fans like coming out of town. The coastwatch the rooms. Just don't wear any. Dell's gear on your you've got your L A together towel in front of you there. My Chris Brockman, you got your L A together towel waves Ramsey chiefs Rams game where you went to that one. Was there? He's exciting. Right. Great game to the ranch. I might do another one of those. Well, I don't know if they're gonna let you on field knowing that you've sold some tickets to Dallas Cowboys fans, come in the Billy. I will tell you this though, the reason why it's Sean McVay saying that easy smart cookie. There's there's a possible. How about him saying we'll prepare for that this their home playoff game. And they're going to prepare for the fact that they might have to have what like some silence snap signals at home. Because the Cowboys fans are coming in. It's going to be loud, man. It'd be loud either way. There are a lot of chiefs for heads. Yeah. About a third and and and the Rams Vikings games. I went to there were tons of games. But there was it was still predominantly Rams fans. Here's a danger Saturday night and part of it is because you too. Let's go to Nathan here in Los Angeles. Nathan would you want tickets to go to the Rams game with the Cowboys and root for the Rams on Saturday night? Nathan. I would take them who would you root for Nathan? Well, well, I'm a giant fan. So I can't possibly root for the. Okay. What do you call in for Nathan what's going on your mind? Well since I am a giant fan. My most hated player. I have two points one on again, just get to my most hated player is Plaxico verse. I will tell people until the end of time except from maybe the eighty six team that the oh eight team not the oh seven not the eleven Super Bowl teams. The oh eight team was the best we ever had. And we lost. We went eleven to know we had beaten a lot of great teams through that stretch. And then he goes and shoots himself in the leg and our season ends with the winter Twenty-three eleven to the eagles in the playoffs. Nathan two things one. He did catch the touchdown pass for you. When I was seven that's two one and two is that he did go to prison for it. So I don't know if that's any sort of, you know, consolation prize for you that he was a missed. He was miserable incarcerated human being. But I don't know if that matters. Well, but we'll take the timing. Well, well, we'll for the for the catch the Super Bowl. But will thank Terry for making that plausible moving onto Josh mcdaniels quickly. Give me a little wrote. I don't know if any of you or Star Trek next generation fan boy. Okay. At one point. There was an episode where cap commander Reicher it's revealed that he was offered multiple captains positions on other ships. And he took it refused them. You gotta bring it home. Nathan. I gotta be honest with you bring it home brother, Josh mcdaniels wants only one head coaching job. It's the patriots and of. That's it forget stop hiring them. Stop asking him. He will stay there until. Melchett kills over or walks away. And that's it Nathan live long and prosper. Thank you for the phone. Call. That's true. I mean, you can't argue with that. That was a good giants team started the year eleven and one lost three the last four one and done in the playoffs by the eagles. Head in Columbus, Ohio. You're here on the rich Eisen show, home of veal state buckeyes, what's going on there. Teddy. Unforgiveable certainly John Cooper during the nineteen nineties. He had some incredible football teams just looking at the ninety five team alone. And that was the Biak of a two year..

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"melchett" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"melchett" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And also on your smart speaker. Whether you're smart speaker response to Alexa, Google or Siri ask it to play KTAR and embrace the power of now. Mac and Gaydos, best of our on Arizona's news station. KTAR news ninety two three SM. We've been on the air ten years together, if we break up or we giving each other an exit interview, I think we'll know why we broke up you. We will. I think so after ten years, you'll know what your fault. Okay. Now that that's already been established. I guess we don't need an exit interview. I mean, that's the way it's gonna go. Delta has banned from their flights. Pit bull. I love it. To stop the party right here. Delta has banned pit bulls. Not the guy pit bull. What are we talking about? Of course. I do listen. I know what's going on. Right. Do you know what the quick skies program is all about quiet at what did I say quick? No. I don't know what we're talking about. Named the baby giraffe Phoenix zoo has a new only talk. Our Becky Lynn, give me your name. What are you like a girl or boy, how do you tell walk under it look up? Fact, you are a chilly willy, I'm gonna just let the Ron. And if my wife says, it's too. Hot. All right, fine. I don't know if my wife's going through the pause or whatever's going up she has hot flashes. He has a, you know, these the know it's hot here. Okay. Has right Melchett your brain. That's what I asked her. No. Melted. Your brain times have changed now. Now, I I don't I don't know. I don't have the the the the intelligence that the president gets from clearly you know, what I mean. Oh, God, go to fit tested break. The president has walked back many things. Here's what he said yesterday. And sentence in my remarks. I said the word would instead of wouldn't you know this song? Two. There was a man named Christopher gay shock Gracia Ray shock. So I say. Okay. John Douglas is gone. Diane Douglas is done. She will not be Arizona's superintendent public instruction. How MAC, you know, why she's not going to be the superintendent of public instruction again. Right. Yeah. She stunk at her jockey stunk at her. Celebrating. Absolutely some. Fantastic. You go back one guy decided to go to great lengths to keep kids off this guy now in Virginia. Stay off my lawn. Guess what they get elected? Don't you look that venture to lick? You always tell him. It's my lawn. Get off. And that's not all. Who is hundreds of thousands of dollars? Hey, I'm late. Feel-good story tone low in fat Albert had a child. I'd like for my birthday present for you to wish me happy birthday today. I'm forty five. Law. Bring it home lied. Thank you. Happy birthday, Gaydos. Thank you very much your day by day spat Shasta, there's a newspaper in Missouri that has a name change. I don't get it Lee. I'm live tonight. Where you heard them. The paper is called the Uranus examiner. I'm life tonight. In your rain is known best for their fudge factory. Absolutely. Don't you change? The name of the town is towns, a real whole, man. You know, how to ruin a second may. Oh, yeah. Oh history is replete you ruining sounded. You're going to hire you might not leave. It'd be awesome. Okay. Do you know where congress Arizona is Barton congress?.

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"melchett" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:34 min | 3 years ago

"melchett" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Once again half in the bag, governor of New Jersey Murphy. Who Dominic is mind boggling in the summer. He disappeared Italian villa that he spent millions of dollars on. Okay. But wait we have to stop because I have to understand sleep onyx. So did I don't get a swim wanting Swe one. It's okay. So you said Murphy's half in the bag. You mean what he's a boost him? He drinks all the time. In fact, if you ask his colleagues at Goldman Sachs where at one time he was over with the European operation. He was introducing the chairman of Europe to the gathered shysters and shakedown artists, you know, who invest in gold mine checks, especially those crooks from Malaysia. And as the chairman came to the podium and drank from the glass of water, he said, oh, I must have gotten Murphy show water because it straight vodka. I mean, a guys like totally half in the bag in the summer in the midst of the New Jersey transit meltdown. Where was he said talion villain parts, unknown in Italy for about a month disappeared just say FU, voguish any church. Well, now, it's a double hit that he's gonna take not only is New Jersey transit still not functioning every morning. Canceling canceling trains into Penn station or Hoboken, but he's planning to raise taxes, which has you know, it's almost like the Bataan death March four politicians in jersey, definitely. But in fairness to New Jersey transit, I wrote New Jersey transit into work this morning. The train was on time. Wasn't it? Coming from Rockland county. That's true. But if you had to come from the shore like a system program director mad dog you'd be waiting a month. Of Sundays trains is supposed to go express. Meantime, ended up taking locals shops. Nobody ever tells you what's going on. If you're lucky enough to get to Newark Penn station, you ready to bail out and take the path train in except the path train is never working. Now. It's always like, oh, you gotta rehab. We gotta wait a minute. You're a city guy. How do you know so much about New Jersey transit because I spent a lot of time in Newark chasing thugs there in south ward, south orange avenue week wake park forest Forest Hills. You think it's queens. It's a north ward or Bloomfield avenue in Newark. A lot about new I was about to say something about Newark. And then I thought about that hockey player on ESPN they got himself in trouble when he made a comment about north. So let's move on. So slowly, I turned step by step. You mentioned Newark, I'm gonna mention where. Dominic expanded good deal of the year this past year as a gumshoe reported in covering the trial of the most crooked. All US Senate is on the hill. Bobby menendez. Remember when there was a hung jury and Bobby Menendez was ready to start crying and thanking everyone in the world, he would not conduct a press conference until his body change. Dominic Carter arrived Dominic. Are you ever going to let this go? No. But am I gonna have Menendez around my neck for the rest of my life? Well, we'll see because he wouldn't he wouldn't move going live on CNN on the Fox News channel. He would not continue the press conference until his most favorite. Dr reporter Dominic Carter of our N. If you have right, if you have files, you gotta watch Dominic every night from shakes to seven his commentary initially updates, but you were like gumshoe reporting on that trial. But I told you brother, the the key to all of this. You treat people no matter what they're charged with. So for example, and I'm afraid to tell you this because you may go crazy with it. Roger stone reached out to me last night on Facebook Ritchie. He did Dominic. He needs help. So and so until you treat people the. Be treated. That's why I want to ask I inquired as to where the the Senator with the raging hormones was libido issues. This Christmas holiday, you know, she's spending it with his family in Hudson county, the most corrupt democratic county in America or was he in his Palaccio in the DR chasing those Dominican underage hookers. What's that invite? You be careful on the private jet and doubt another benefactor which DR trip. You're referring to doctor Malahide Dr. Yeah, I think. Doc, the Melchett melgen. That's name. See you're getting me nervous. That's probably invited me to come on. Now. I don't know. I have talked to the Senator lately, gee whiz all of a sudden fair weather friends during the trial. He could have been nicer to you all of a sudden, it's after the trial Dominico. This. What these politicians are speaking, a New Jersey politicians and ladies and gentlemen, feel feel free to weigh in on this one eight hundred eight four eight WABC that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two to the half in the bag governor of yours. Your New Jersey Murphy right is on get this an elephants safari. In Tanzania in east Africa. So what's wrong with that? An elephant. But what's wrong with that? The elephant is the symbol of the Republican party. So what is he thinking that? Maybe if he goes after elephants, you know, a big game hunter like the to Trump wash those trophies to bring back hanging. This study workplace that he what is he doing? You have too much rest yesterday. Oh, 'cause I like it better when you don't get much sleep. And you're not as quick and witty. Thanks. The guy is gonna be raising taxes remember Florio free and ninety three that's how he ended up USA death Christine. Todd witless third rail of politics with red beard beard, and remember he was a an alumni of gold mine shacks edge gone to jail with that new fund. He created remember where he was extorting money from investors. Stay out of jail Joshi pony buried in who buried him. And let's not forget shampoo..

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"melchett" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"melchett" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Wait telephone i'm gives me here we go eastern king as they're called uh is seventy six inches wide by eighty inches long wait hang seventy six by eighty she's a little over sixty both ways a california king that's our guy that's what you add when i have size is going to be seventy two inches wide by eighty four law realism narrow except your apology rebelheld ryan an appointment now wait now wait so a cow king six inches narrower is seventy two by eighty four is forty four and then what's a regular king seventy six eighty seventy six eighty she what is longer and more along its more narrow would have guns need to apologize i did i apologize you're right i was wrong i pi i accept your apology or thank you to the show all apologies need to be and right now and he something i right where is the other than you need to know that's never happened before no one's ever i do about is i don't know how to correct that i was not aware well hey bringing up the next time me all your friends that parents so go to happen to the just crept offered up a thing they listen to this show you'll have to tell them dokhi this wrong they're comedy fans maybe you should tip off to a considerable anchors gordy he came ahead had the maybe if if you can somebody in the future if my lady friend and i were to get mary than perhaps then after were married i would introduce them to the show but not before no there's no hey melchett all of the wedding want to listen to the show or on the third bonano get punched in the face rivoli other basis.

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"melchett" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"melchett" Discussed on Revision Path

"Sign up for great stories events in the latest updates on the cereals design designed at the people form flash newsletter again that's designed that he will forward slash newsletter it also followed needle design on facebook twitter and who will close male just as the world's largest marketing automation platform disappointing millions of customers from small ecommerce shops the big online retailers and they support the creative community as well big supporting revision path for years now milch a give you the marketing tools to really be yourself on a bigger stage visit male chimp dot com and sign a four free account today melchett send better in since 2004 surfer on has been impounded weapons freshness and begin as a light to build better faster safer websites easily let him to worry about post the different hosting platforms to suit every need including manage wordpress hosting of all plans center i will not let you down trust visit sikeoun dot com forward slash revision path to get sixty percent off from all hostess plans seif brown webhosting crafted with here this episode was edited by rj basilio and produced by me marreese cherry neutral voice over his by music man drain with international music by yellow speaker if you like this episode please demiku disfavor first subscribed to us on apple podcast in leave us a rating and a review it only takes a minute or two it really ought to show up i bothering us up in the rankings there for design podcast handle even regional review right here on the show.

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"melchett" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"melchett" Discussed on Revision Path

"This episode of revision path is brought to you by facebook design facebook is all about building towards a greater tomorrow so i asked the product designer matthew subaru where he sees facebook going into the future in short everywhere and by that i mean in more different mediums and we exist today and others of billions more people of that he could still connect to the rest of the world so that's what i see learn more at facebookcom forward slash design you are listening to the revision path podcast a weekly showcase of the world's black graphic designers web designers and web developers through indepth interviews you'll learn about their work their goals and what inspires the mets creative individuals here's your host maariv cherry welcome to the provision podcast my name is murray's terry and before we get to this week's interview i just want to talk about our sponsors male trump hover inside grounds automation is huge right now and the great thing about meal champ is how they use automation's to help make your email marketing efforts more powerful can i read somewhere them more emails are sent this time of year than any other time you know with black friday and cyber monday of cyber weak and all that stuff and automation's going to help you find the new audience with ads it can help you welcome new subscribers you can thank first time customers and a whole lot more sign of their male tim dot com today for free account give it a try melchett said better email.

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"melchett" Discussed on Thinking Allowed

Thinking Allowed

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"melchett" Discussed on Thinking Allowed

"This is a thinking aloud podcast from the bbc and for more details now terms abuse and much much more about he allowed go to our website the bbc dcb dot uk are you sunni or shia perhaps pepsi shouldn't matter where back in 1979 six i was asked by lord melchett whose then minister of stage of the northern ireland office johan carry out a survey of the employment prospects for young people in the province well i remember arriving in belfast with our high blown sociological determination to rise above the sectarian conflicts the dominated the news agenda but all my very first day i met a contract from the child poverty action group built shall we have a drink i suggested pointing to a pulp across throat not not not there she said catholics not welcome that but but i'm not a catholic i protests by me like well i stop being one some years ago she said but you still looked like a catholic let exchange never really left my mind for the rest of my time in northern ireland for no matter how much i tried to talk about structural issues about youth unemployment vocational training apprenticeships nearly all my informants were however regretfully always x exercised by well parties on concerns to put a crudely was eia catholic or protestant sociologist well then predeliction for using only a religious lens for seeing the world in sectarian terms is probably even more pronounced in the manner in which some of us now react to the latest conflicts in the middle east throwing up our hands we blame it role on some ancient irreconcilable intractable theological battle the gene those sunnis and those is here's president obama in 2016 in today's world.

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"melchett" Discussed on Radio Diaries

Radio Diaries

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"melchett" Discussed on Radio Diaries

"Voiced are the show we have a quick favor to ask our podcast network radio tokia is conducting an anonymous survey across all it shows right now so we can learn more about you our listeners it only takes five minutes and it would mean a lot to us so just go to survey nerds dot com slash radio diaries and follow the prompts that survey nerds dot com slash redo diaries banks the radars podcast has support from milcho all built as one of the largest online marketing platforms out there with no can promote your business and some are products that are easy to use email marketing gotcha integrates with major ecommerce providers you can put all that purchase data to good use in stark creating personalized campaigns based on what people actually by not what you think the and get started for free by going to melchett dot com now jumped durant somewhere staff radio tim from bureaux radio tokia this is radio diaries i'm joe richman your longtime listener to the show you may remember a few of these voices through any darby operated act which again yet from me who i love it there's never a day long enough was boring monotonous work i am profession in which i cannot age i mean you gotta white no wall wanted people known afiz there was the telephone switchboard operator the private eye the auto factory worker and hotel piano player i am the last live entertainment of the sherman hotel today we're bringing you all these stories in a special hourlong episode from our series the working tapes instead struggle.

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