matt: thompkins keeping it alive and off the hands. thompkins did everything right except get that thing to go down. litterial: it was just good to see him playing aggressive. that's what coach fox wants to see. they want him to have that killer instinct. matt: he was the only returning bulldog with a positive ratio. georgia as a team has not been positive on assisted turnovers. mcphee now has a new career high with a three-pointer. litterial: i really believed he was going to pick up where he left off in the first half and he's just beaming with confidence. you know, he just seems like the rim is an ocean. no shot he's shooting does he feel he can miss. matt: on the defensive end as well, but he grabs the rebound. six points for ricky mcphee out of the locker room. litterial: he is on fire! he is on fire! matt: new career high of 18 points for the young man, inspired as we said earlier by the performance of his former teammate against north carolina last night. matt: 18 is 18. litterial: good to get out of the slump. i've been there.
>> he has created 11 different parks and reserves, which he and his wife chris thompkins. and one of the signature part is of the scale of the yosemite park here, in terms of his ecological importance, certainly it is equal. these are regions that have the last remaining stands of a certain kind of tree which is a very old, you know, thousands of years but has been logged throughout most of the region. so he has protected important areas. and they are habitat for species which are on the brink of extension as wow. >> something fascinating to you early on in the book is, i will as my question, is he a hero in chile for his efforts? >> for some. in the gets back to this backlash i get. rockefeller was burned in effigy to make a national park. they were up in arms. now if you try and take it away from them, they reacted fairly. and that is the art of thompkins store because first he was welcomed in chile, is one of the most wide-open free market economies there is. and i., ronald reagan used to call it the chilean miracle. and all comers were welcome to invest, by a plant and
matt: thompkins gives georgia a 12 point lead. thompkins, number three in the conference in free throw shooting coming into tonight. 10-11. he can now make it 12-13 if he can score at home. litterial: he'll have to do mostly everything for georgia this year. he plays with big man ability. if he comes out, he can play well every night. matt: hit the bottom of the rim. litterial: i think i should give you credit for that. you gave him some pointers and he's really looking good. matt: inspired him tonight. litterial: i think you gave him some shooting pointers. matt: no more than i would give a doctor opinions on open heart surgery. i'll tell you what. a time-out called by coach biedenbach as georgia has given another scoring point and they lead. litterial: asheville needs to become a better defensive team and basically, tonight, they have taken a step in that direction. they are very, very active and because they are active defensively, they've let some easy baskets. matt: trey thompkins, career high 25 points in the opener. career
plat was not a city lawyer like thompkins, they said. who rules in splendor and waddles in lecture. this is the beginning of a kind of anti-intellectualism, anti-aristocratic feeling, and anti-elitism that we use that term, they just aristocratic we use the elitism that is endemic to american culture that was left, although not to the same extent today. in pennsylvania, this should give you another example. simon said it was a self educated man, a son of a poor mechanic that he worked his way to become governor and 1808. no education. from his lack of sophistication was a badge of honor. when his opponents mocked his obscure origins and called his followers clodhopper, that was all he needed. he and his followers said well, that's great. i am glad to be a clodhopper in a society of clod hoppers. and he used that as a successful campaign technique and became governor. as a result. so americans became i think so thoroughly democratic through this whole period that much of the period of political activity, beginning with the constitution, which devoted to finding means and divided to m
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