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happening right now, investigators are trying to figure out what led to a deadly shooting in a local church. it happened this morning during a service in montgomery county. the victim is 27-year-old man. good evening, i'm iain page. >> i'm lucy nolan. police say the shooter is cooperating but right now face knows charges. let's get straight out to sabina kuriakose who's in north wales this evening. sabina? >> reporter: this happened in the middle of the church service. even as hymns were being as you know, prosecutors say a fight broke out at keystone fellowship church between two church members. the district attorney says one member pulled out a semi automatic handgun and shot the other member once in the chest. now, the victim died. he's been identified as
27-year-old robert barrackston montgomeriville. the shooter is cooperating with police. the person is not in custody. prosecutors say they're looking into whether this shooting was quote justified. we do know that the victim was not armed. and that the alleged shooter had the conceal to carry permit. now, at a press briefing a short time ago. district attorney kevin steele told us more about the circumstances surrounding the shooting. all of it remains vague as investigators continue to investigate what happened. >> the investigation into this is ongoing. we're going to have to determine whether the shooting was justified, under the law. we're still interviewing witnesses. and the autopsy on the case is scheduled for tomorrow at the montgomery county coroner's office. >> reporter: very tight lipped about all of this right now, so far, they are not identifying the alleged shooter. that person we're told was
injured and treated and released at a local hospital. we have not been told exactly the extent of that person's injuries. we don't know what the relationship was between the two members of the church and we don't know exactly what provoked this argument. a lot of details still need to be hammered out. we do know that one person is dead. another is being questioned by police, but is not in custody. lucy and iain back to you. >> thank you. philadelphia police are looking for a killer who gunned down a man in east mt. airy. the 21-year-old victim was shot twice in the head. on the 1400 block of vernon road. police were called around 3:30 this afternoon. the victim was pronounced dead a short time later. 2016 and the spotlight in the race for the white house is squarely on pennsylvania. hillary clinton addressed the congregation at the african-american episcopal a church at saint thompson in overbrook farms. the former secretary of state praised the record of the past two democratic presidents saying she'd like to get back the economic policies of her
husband, bill, she also commended his signature initiative. the affordable care act. the voters will head to the polls tuesday, registered a democrats and republicans are eligible to vote in pennsylvania primary. meanwhile, clinton opponent bernie sanders spent yesterday campaigning in our area. in wilmington delaware and his campaign stop he spoke about the lack of income equality in our country. >> you are living today not in a poor country. you're living in the wealthiest country in the history of the world. so we have a right to ask and a right to demand that this country and our government work for all of us and not just the one percent. >> senator sanders holding a get out to vote rally at direct tomorrow night at 6:00. kidnapped, escaped and now
the search is on for the man behind the abduction. early yesterday morning, the man force add 20-year-old woman into his car at gunpoint near 49th and lancaster. in the city's park side neighborhood. the woman escaped about 11 hours later. police say she does know at the man in philadelphia police are looking for the person who shot and killed a 17-year-old boy early this morning in feltonville. it happened around 3:30 a.m. in the 400 block of east wyoming avenue. the teen was shot once in the chest outside of a club called emergency cafe lounge. we do not know what led to the shooting. in your fox 29 weather authority started out chilly then beautiful spring day. the worth weather continues. it's not going to be as chilly tonight as last night. and a big warmup is on the way. here to tell us is meteorologist kathy orr. >> a late month warmup at that. a beautiful afternoon. no matter where you were.
as long as you were outside it was a sfwhoonl day. 68 degrees in allentown, wilmington, 67. 66 in mountain re mt. holly pottstown mid 60, atlantic city 62. look at the difference between the i95 corridor and the shore, about ten to 15 degrees cooler. 68 in camden but 54 degrees in ocean city and on the boardwalk in atlantic city 53 degrees. now, this evening will be cooling down slowly. 65 at 7:00. by 9:0060 degrees and by the 11:00 hour looking at only 53 degrees. we do have a clear sky but showers over the great lakes, this is all associated with a front, some showers and even summer like thunderstorms this week. coming up in the seven-day forecast, we're talking about 80's again. track to go storms and another cool-down coming this week. i'll see you a little bit later on in the broadcast. >>. it was a do or die situation for the flyers the stanley cup playoffs today forcing a game
six after back to back win, couldn't keep the streak alive. howard eskin in the newsroom to break down the flyers season. howard? >> it's pretty simple. the season is over for the flyers. the flyers need to score goals to win games, and even the series against washington, really came down to six games. but the flyers allowed the only goal scored in the game. they lose 1-0. the series four games to two t there were ugly numbers for the flyers. that's part of the problem, scored only six goals in six games. and one of those goals was an open net goal at the end of game five. the flyers were only one for 24 on the power play. and today was a day where they had a five one three and didn't score. let's go to the wells fargo center and take a look. there's no score in the second period. and niklas backstrom shoots. that's the one goal against michael neuvirth that made it 1-0 nine minutes into the second period. the flyers couldn't do anything,
michael neuvirth kept them in the game, 28 saves on the 29 shots. he did a terrific job and he had to face a five one three but the flyers lose it 1-0, series four games to two. you can't win if you don't score. >> for me, it's obviously it's unfortunate we didn't win. it's what you take. went win. we're not, you know, we're satisfied but we're not satisfied. we know we can be better. i think this will be a learning experience for our group. >> it's going to have to be a learning experience because it's now on to next season. i'm sure there will be a few things not many that happened in the off season. the flyers did have a real chance to get things started. they had the five one three didn't get it done. we'll take a look at that. more highlights and hear from more of the players in the locker room. that will be coming up in sports. >> sounds good. let's hear from the fans right now.
filing out of the wells fargo center with their heads low. the team exceeded their expectations by not only making the playoffs but by making a series of it against the capitols. of they went to three games to none to a six-game series battling back against the team with the best regular season record. >> it is what it is. didn't expect to go to game six. love them. go flyers, still the best. >> came county short but played tough. we could have got swept but they made a good series. >> we had so many good chances and you know, just didn't get that goal. you know, look forward to next year. hopefully, we'll be back here again at the wells fargo center looking for a stanley cup playoff next year. >> even though we lost, played with a lot of heart, integrity, didn't go out like cowards. keep in mind, the capitols are the best team. >> they got the president's trophy. so ed snider the flyers founder who passed away earlier this
month must be proud. if you want to congratulate the flyers, head to fox29.com at the top of the home page you can click the facebook link. the manhunt continues as they're looking for the killer or killers of eight members of one family. >> it was other family members who found the seven adults and a teenager in four ohio homes about an hour south of columbus, brian llenas is in new york with the latest. >> reporter: a family tarred a ohio community on edge as the manhunt continues and no answers as to who and why someone would kill eight members of the same family. one shooter or multiple? the eight victims all members of the roden family ages ranging from 16 to 44 each shot in the head execution style on friday. some as they slept in four separate homes. three of those homes were just a
mile and a half apart from one another in pike county, southeastern ohio a small rural community of about 28,000 people. a community frankly struggling to comprehend how this happen to the road ends described by the local pass to her as a well-known close-knit and hard working family. victims discovered by relatives friday morning, some were murdered as they slept, including hannah with her day old baby. the first 911 call coming in just before 8:00 a.m. when a female found two of her relatives. >> what's going on? >> there's blood all over the house. >> ok. >> my brother -- beat the hell out of him. >> ok. >> there's blood all over. >> the eighth victim, the 16-year-old boy was found miles away at about 1:30 p.m. police don't know when the
shootings occurred. they had finished analyzing all four crime scenes, autopsies will be finished this weekend. they do not believe this was a murder suicide. the suspect or suspects are considered armed and dangerous. police are taking precautions to protect the rest of the row den family. one cincinnatti restauranter offered a 25 thousand dollars reward with anyone with information. you are being asked to please call 1855-bci-ohio. in new york, brian llenas, fox news. a group of police officers mourning the loss of a fellow officer stopped for a bite to eat eat. what happened after they're done is something they all say. >> small business, this had on his body, and. big enough, so he said it comes with a catch.
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his chest. police do not have a suspect. a 15-year-old girl is in critical condition after being hit by a car in gloucester county, new jersey. >> it was in an area where police had taken measures to prevent this very thing from happening. jennifer joyce has more from sicklerville. >> reporter: accident investigators had the southbound lanes of route 42 at greentree road in washington township shutdown for six hours last night after a 15-year-old girl was hit by a car while trying to cross the busy highway. >> i couldn't sleep last night. it was very sad. very sad. >> michelle said last night she was across the street from the accident scene at the washington township carnival. she immediately knew something was wrong. >> a lot of sirens and so we started running up. we had gotten where she had pretty much just gotten hit. at that moment, within seconds, the ambulance came. >> reporter: the teenager victim from sicklerville, new jersey was rushed to cooper university trauma center in critical condition.
police say the girl was hit by a toyota driven by a 21-year-old man from stratford new jersey. he stayed at the scene. washington township police say they had installed plastic orange fencing along the median of the highway to prevent carnival goers from crossing. >> it makes you think that you really need to one hold your kids. closely. and really pay attention to what they do. it could be anybody's child. and you know, i got goose bumps yesterday. >> reporter: the driver involved is cooperating. accident investigators are trying to determine the circumstance to say. at this time, charges have not been filed. in washington township new jersey, i'm jennifer joyce fox 29 news. the world continues to mourn the death of music icon prince close friends and family say a personal good-bye. >> a small group gathered at paisley park yesterday to celebrate his life privately along with his family, a family of fellow musicians attended the
ceremony, organizers handed out purple and white flowers to fans who gathered to pay their speebts. prince's publicist's announced that the super star's remains have been cremated. final resting place will stay private. back here the ben franklin parkway was lit up in purple to honor prince. the ceo says the lighting is just a small way to memorialize and honor prince's amazing talent's many iconic buildings and structures around the world are celebrating his legacy with similar tributes. fellow musicians also honoring prince, bruce speak standing purple rain at a concert in brooklyn. ♪ ♪ springsteen hold the crowd that watching a prince's live
performance made him quote leave the show humbled. saturday night live had a special prince tribute last night. tonight's show jimmy fallon hosted it and talked about what prince re prince minutes to him. >> times have changed styles come and gone, no matter what. prince never not been cool. if my generation and our generation, he was prince and madonna, michael jackson, they were the elvis and beatles. the marilyn monroe, james dean, icons. bigger, larger than life. fashion, music. everything re every single thing. you couldn't take your eyes off of them. >> the show included past performances by prince on saturday night live. also featured several skits from past shows. the music i couldn't in the prince show. there's a one of a kind show being held in franklin square, the chinese elantra festival kicked off friday night. includes paper making and of
course, food. it runs until june 22nd, admission is $17 for adults. sounds steep but i was there it's nice. in manayunk the saints john baptist parish is celebrating 185 years, archdiocese charles chap pew presided. the church raised more than $1 million to save and restore the historic parish. and it was a 100 anniversary celebration in olde city for the irish easter rising. it was a rebellian in ireland that attempted to end british rule in 1916. jim kenney spoke at today's ceremony at the irish memorial. hundreds of thousands of military vehicles destroyed. it's all caught on camera. what the pentagon wants to know about the recording itself. what if there was a way to know if your significant other is cheating on you without them ever knowing? how this mattress spills the beans.
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community is recovering after a gunman opens fire outside a high school prom. the 18-year-old shooter wounded two students before an officer fatally shot the gunman. it happened about 150 miles north of milwaukee. female victim is out of the hospital and male victim had surgery. his injuries are not life-threatening. >> the community is safe at this point. we also have a lot of investigation to worry about. we're also looking at, you know, the victims, and hope everything comes through ok with them, and at this point, the students that were at the prom have made it home safely. we escorted them out safely and they've been returned to their families. the gunman is identified as jake could be wagner, a former students. he shot the two victims as they exited the buildings re buildingly it's unclear if they were specifically tarred. it's been nearly a year since the devastating earthquake. >> and rebuilding efforts are
taking a long time, antigovernment march took place in the country's capitol during a memorial for the victims. it killed thousands and injured many more. demonstrators are very upset with the slow pace of rebuilding efforts to despite donations of more than four billion in aid. the quake destroyed nearly 1 million homes. timing is everything, a waitress not only served a group of police officers, she pick up their bill. >> they were sharing a meal after attending a funeral. waitress heard them talking about the officer who was killed in the line of duty. she was so heart broken, she paid their bill. she said is that he just had to do something nice. >> i'm not anybody really important, and all of them, you know, shook my hand and were thanking me. it was an awesome feeling. it still is. >> her own father is a retired police officer. it's been nearly a year
since two teens vanished off the coast of florida without a trace. new clues might finally help investigators figure out what happened. >> if you're looking for a unique way to advertise, this guy gets some on his body but it comes with a catch. >> let's think about that iain. we're talking about a series of low pressure systems that will bring rain and even some storms to the delaware valley, we'll time them out and show you when the warmest day of the week will be. when we come back.
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>> attorneys for family members of some of the victims want to know whether the government has any connection to the hijackers. new information. >> reporter: the white house has been moving in the direction over the last couple weeks. just a few days ago in saudi arabia, deputy national security advisor told reporters at least some of the classified 28 pages would be released. many people believe those papers at the congressional inquiry into the 911 attacks contain evidence that members of the saudi government provided aid and support to the 911 terrorists. neither the congressional inquiry north 911 inquiry found any evidence funding the 911 terrorists. critics say that doesn't rule out lower level officials or other members of the royal family being involved. >> the most important unanswered question is did these 19 people conduct this sophisticated plot alone or were they supported? i believe all the evidence points to saudi arabia.
>> reporter: who sources who have read the 28 pages tell fox wealthiest individuals described as one percent pertains, these documents may not live up to the speculation that's grown over the last 14 years. >> i think that the ideas about what the saudis may have done are probably far divergent from what actually happened. release the 28 pages, let people make up their minds. >> reporter: this comes a midst growing pressure on the white house, from former officials the families and members of congress in both parties. the white house is expected to make the decision in the next several weeks, i'm garrett t enny fox news. a solar powered plane, landed safety. the solar impulse two performed a fly by over the golden gate
bridge. the pilot game the 56 hour flight thursday morning in hawaii. the plane is powered bay solar energy. using energy from the sun to power the planes motors and propellers, the pilot hopes his journey will inspire people to turn to solar energy. what a great day to get out and soak up, speaking of solar, energy yourself. are you feeling energize because there's a lot of sun out. look at sea aisle city. another big warmup is on the way. here with the detail. >> we show those temperatures in the first couple minutes of the newscast ten degrees cooler at the shore because the ocean is chilly, that lags behind as far as temperatures concerned. we don't have the warm ocean water at least two, three months, but we do have nice temperature, take a look outside where we have a beautiful day deep blue sky, low humidity, i'm
liking late april. high today, 70 officially at the airport. low 46, which is average for this time of year, and the temperature today, just a few degrees above normal. look at the record, 86 set back in 2001, 1930, it was only 33. always could be worse. 58 right now in the poconos. 68 in allentown and trenton it is 66 degrees. in dover 62. mild temperatures where you wouldn't expect them. how about 70 degrees right now in williams port authority ceo and 70 in pittsburgh, cooler air through upstate new york and new england where we expect it. temperatures will be warmer as we work our way through monday. morning lows will be in the 40's. a chilly start to the day but by the afternoon, we are going to warm up rapidly. 68 in philadelphia. that's by the noon hour. 69 in writestown, 69 in trenton for lunchtime. high pressure moves off the coast. gives way to a strong southerly breeze with the warm front and we will make it to 80 in philadelphia and some other
locals as well then the rain will be moving in. as we go hour by hour, sunday no problem. monday, a beautiful day. some high clouds associated with the warm front and then showers and thunderstorms tuesday morning. showers some thunderstorms possible tuesday afternoon. and turns much cooler behind that. as far as how much rain? looks like about a quarter of an inch to half inch. overnight, 48 in the city, 43 in the suburb, clear turning cooler. little bit windy during the day tomorrow. it's a warm wind with a high of 80. enjoy it because after that, it does change, your seven-day forecast, you be you can see afternoon showers and thunderstorms. as we get out to vote tuesday. the high, warm again, 79. behind that front, lots of 60's, which is seasonal for this time of year. a chance of rain again on thursday into friday morning. you can get the golf in friday afternoon iain and saturday and sunday look fantastic. enjoy it. >> good weekend. that's good.
i love tomorrow too, 80. sunny, that's what i'm talking about. >> you're going to wear your short sleeve suit to work or shorts. >> sadly, this is a see-through desk. we can still see. southeast texas where news is not good. historic and deadly flooding. at least seven people died, more than 1,000 home destroyed in the houston area. in many cases homes are completely surrounded by water. still one man broke out his monster truck. i guess it's like a big pickup with -- looks monster, he drove it straight through the flood water. rescued a neighbor who had been strand odd the roof of her home. supposed to be a routine training mission. something went horribly wrong. hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of military vehicles are destroyed. it's all caught on video. what if you had a way to know if your significant other is cheating on you? how this mattress sends a message to your smart phone.
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. incredible video out of arizona tonight. four firefighters are recovering after this huge fire ripped through an apartment complex under construction. officials say it started last night around 6:00. the complex wasn't occupied yet but the flames did spread to a nearby house. the firefighters are expected to be ok. investigators are still working to find out the cause of the fire. new clues tonight into the disappearance of two florida teens who ended up vanishing at sea last year. the crew of a nor what was jen supply ship discovered the boat and an iphone belonging to the 14-year-old near the coast of bermuda saturday. the two teens vanished last july boating off the coast of jupiter. the families are hoping the new discovery will prompt the u.s. coast guard to reopen it's investigation. >> it's the moment beyonce fans have been waiting for as the super star drops her latest album. >> the past and present merge to
meet us here. >> the visual album called lemonade includes 12 tracks. it was uploaded yesterday on her husband streaming service title. it's only available to subscriber, features jack white weekend, james blake and kendrick lamar. viewers have probably noticed the absence of kelly rip pa. she sent a late night e-mail to her staff saying we're a family i look forward to seeing you all on tuesday, she has not been on the show since it was announced michael was going to leave the show. >> the us army is investigating what went wrong during the airborne drop that ended with three you h umvees free falling
to. clearly they were very excited about that. it's widely shared video. you can see one of the three $200,000 plummeting to ground. army says it happened during a training exercise in germanny. the army is now trying to figure out how it happened. they also want to know who shot the video. of the incident. are you looking for a unique way to advertise your small business? this guy got a room on his body but it comes with a catch. modres: the cost of living the pay stays the same. i have to work extra hours
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smiles and waves. isn't that the cutest thing? on her birthday, she got to meet him finally and gave him a cupcake. she was speech less. look at the huge smile. thanking the garbage collector was speech less too but he did manage to say he looks forward to her weekly waves and smiles. i'm guessing he'd like a cupcake. in florida an animal sanctuary is welcoming it's newest member. a male tiger. >> his rescue and removal from per renew was years in the making. the story is from tampa. >> reporter: cancelled flights, delays in more than 24 hours of travel later, hoover, finally arrived to his new home. but his travel nightmares were nothing compared to the nightmare hoover lived as part of a traveling circus act in
peru. >> originally that circus had 12 tigers. in. >> reporter: instead of turning their tigers over to rescuers, hoover's owners went into hiding, animal defenderers international a group rescued more than 100 wild animals worldwide spent eight months tracking down the owners. of when they caught up oh them. hoover was alive but in bad shape. >> he was very thin, very sick. he was full of para sights. he had severe para sight infections. >> hoover slowly recovered. putting on nearly 50 pounds in the last year. while his rescuers worked to find him a permanent home. when they visited big cat rescue in tampa. they knew they found the perfect place. >> when you see the enclosure here. it says it all. this is heaven for him.
this is an animal for all of his life until he came to us never walked on before as. >> reporter: now hoover had acres of his own grass trees and brush to explore. >> tigers love to swim. they love water. we've given hoover one of our prime acre water front lots. >> reporter: hoover wasn't quite ready to dive in but he'll have plenty of time to learn to swim as he eases into his new life in the sunshine state. fox news. >> that is terrific. big cat rescue does offer daily tours for public to learn about the rescued animals they have. however, they say hoover has to be quarantined about a month. cheating is one of the main causes behind couples breaking up. one mattress claims it can detect infidelity. if you can believe that.
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of is the owner available today. >> reporter: going door to door selling one wild pitch. >> as long as they're willing to donate something to our veterans, i'm willing to donate a piece of skin. >> i'm becoming a permanent tattoo advertiser for businesses. i tatooed a logo on front or back. >> reporter: it's for the wounded warrior project. >> i never heard anything do anything like that before. >> reporter: his first owner? ferguson's cafe. >> you're going to put my lo go somewhere on the back? take the shirt off a lot. there you go. >> reporter: but of course, none of that would be possible without the generosity of the folks here at all about it tattoo. willing to do that work for free. >> i kind of said why not? let's do it? and what he's doing is super
cool. you have ago day. >> the transition begins tuesday, a life changing process that he says still is not enough to show his appreciation for america's heros. >> i feel like i can do a lot more. you have a great day. >> in spokane. haley. a two legged chiwawa in arizona is getting a second chance at life. one-year-old joey was born this way, front legs make it hard for him to walk ended up cesar stray. now he's in the loving arms of an animal rescue group in phoenix and mobile thanks to a brand new wheelchair. hail low animal rescue raised money through facebook. >> he has taken to the wheelchair pretty well. he'll be able to do things like go to the park. walk around on sidewalks. things that a normal dog, you know, and a normal owner might take for granted, but things they can't do right now. >> he got to get used to it a little bit. hail low animal rescue is
looking for a forever home for joey. an 11 time monster jam world final champion pulled off a stunt that left a crowd in all. tom meets got behind the wheel of his monster truck and propelled it over six other trucks. more than 50,000 fans were on hand as he pulled off the stunt. both him and the truck was find somehow after the landing. somehow he was all right. >> looked like he was about ready to had flip there. >> i guess his brains were rattled. >> did he have any? the phillies we didn't for a sweep today in milwaukee and the game came down to one inning. this day is about the end of the season for the flyers. they had their chances. i'll run down the problems and we hear from the players end of season. coming up in sports.
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senate. obama vo: katie will stand up to special interests to protect your right to health care, social security and equal pay for women. as the 9th of 10 kids and the mother of 3 daughters, katie is fighting to ensure every family has a fair shot at getting ahead. katie from debate: "i'm a champion, i'm a fighter and i'll have the back of hard working families in this country." narrator: endorsed by president obama and vice president biden, a champion for working families. katie vo: i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message.
. flyers season is over and in reality the way
they scored with the washington caps, i'm surprised the series went six games. flyers scored six goals in six games and there was an open net goal at the end of game five for one of the goals. flyers scored one time in 24 power place. flyers top line with claude giroux was invisible. not that good if you're going to win a series. lost 1-0. michael neuvirth tried to steal another game for the flyers. washington has a 5-1-3 power play in the first period and neuvirth stops him cold. the washington caps couldn't score. neuvirth stopped 28 of 29 shots. the flyers are on and holtby
does the same thing, the flyers don't score on a couple of opportunities and the only goal in the game niklas backstrom. you see him there. nine minutes into the second period, 1-0. and that stood up. flyers had opportunities as wayne simmonds know. even though these teams don't like each other. look what they do. this is what hockey is. i can't stand you but i'm going to shake your hand. someone has to identify what was wrong with the power play. as the flyers lost 1-0. >> they're best team, well-rounded. very good. they got it figured out. they shut us down a little bit per se. you can't base it on that. we could have done a lot different. >> we battled hard. lost two months of the year. start playing. the way we want to.
we're in the process. give everything we had. obviously frustrating. >> one of the reasons they played well defensively pretty tight. holtby play really well. we couldn't get to the net. not enough room in space out there. >> a really good team, they will play this series coming up against plug will be great. phillies win this game for the three-game series, looked good until the sixth inning. let's go to milwaukee. which dog is going to win this race? two teams you can identify is that sometimes. say saar hernandez with the rbi double in the top of the six and the phillies take a 4-two lead. in the bottom of the sixth, eickhoff six run, ryan howard got -- it's a tough play, sometimes you got to catch the baseball. that's an rbi double.
eickhoff gets replaced by neris with a man on by alex pressly and milwaukee beats the phillies 8-5. too many athletes in sports don't think. i'm about to show you a classic example. let's go to greece two basketball teams. you'll see the team in yellow behind by two points. miss the foul shot. the team is white up to dribble out the clock. he passes to his own player who scores in his own be bask. tide the game up for the other team. and the white team lost in overtime. the guy is a dope. what's he thinking about? does he get an assist on that? >> i was just going to say that. >> dumb guy gets you beat every time. that's the bottom line. >> too many in sports. >> of course we have much more
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