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"ace lee" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

Is The Mic Still On

08:38 min | Last month

"ace lee" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

"I'm literally just that part of the story. Quick on hold on taxes. I can't believe. I'm from texas board when fat cats dropping niggers and seconds. Boy that shit did it. Do wake up in a puddle of blood and they did it to. You gotta hold up. This is back in two thousand two. He killed his his quote unquote roommate a tiny chest. Her chest had been torn open. Ooh blade was found broken off in her scapula. Can we are gods teeth. Marks were found on her face and on her lungs out had been torn from her chest but yes he was on. Pcp and they found him with blood all over him. I think he was nude and they found a piece of her lung in his stomach. Now what this was like food story of it is from two thousand and two but dow many rappers. Do you know chopping women up and eating. I've never heard it doesn't matter either way there's a thing it's been it's been going around for a minute But they're saying that he was setup that someone set him up and the thing about it is you would normally be like. I heard the story. I was like. Yeah this is how that i know. You're not going to do it. But there is a ready page and it's very convincing is very be not going to do it up. But his son is actually going around trying to get money for his defense fund to get him out of jail. I love red. Sagan said i love read it read. It has a way of making a lot of Sound this is true. But i really do want to read this. I want to check how you set me. And i got a piece of lung in my stomach. I don't remember that part. But i think they saying like he was knocked out and someone put it in. I can't remember how i could tell you is it was convicting shit. Two hours like damn. I don't really feel bad for listening to the big error codes. That is that is crazy as crazy his albums. Kind of hot though. Ken does not ten toes down. Oldsmobile story cardi. Park is like what people were like. He's innocent. I'm like but he said in his song late. I'm using the torture chamber not ruger. So if you wake up in a puddle of blood. God did it to you mean. Basically saying like draw the house. He's drawn out perfect. Yeah naked on a long amount. By god i kinda did it. You know what Whatever the hell that read paid said. I believe because at the end of the day right. These words thoughts and his. Hey no clients ended. Hey he got so motherfucker high that he acts out borough. That's what the happened. Might maybe No no i did look down. Rapper did rapper. Big lurch kill his roommate i-it's or was he framed. Siada yama ready to be woke. Fico ready man if you also nationals ace lee. If you'll bottom to send that might make it may eight. That woman gave their poll woman with milk. Eat me some. Mel watt down. That long emmys damn alert to see because you about this as care about what. That's why eight the mobile alabama acer by kia like wish. I mean all jokes aside. Yeah this was like. I think i'm most surprised that candidate know about this guy and even whole eating thing but i'm like is he was. He was pretty big in two thousand. Four yeah just google. That's a long time for me. I know but he was a people were looking at him thinking like he was going to be like the next big thing he was this really tall and he had the super deep very distinct breath. Voice like really deep the port where you almost thought it was fake. But he had blown album is called us. All is all bad. A yeah man. I'm saying he was. He was walking. Beats for bones when he was bur-. Gimme gimme your low. Does gimme your love singing songs. I do we used to rock this album. And i'm trying to think of. Oh yeah to on album. Matt drain was on the shit. Really i'm telling you. I'm surprised i'll never heard this. But anyways two thousand s bad blackmarket records. You can't even get a copy now. That out and goes for like a lot of money which i had it so This was the other one sophie. Oh yeah i was going to got hit in the head the way they touch on that. I'm trying to his name. Hang on so he goes by the name of martin gucci now. Seventy five was recognized in new york when he was wearing a face mask. And let me see if it was a reporter who recognized him No it was a post office worker so They ran into him and they said he. You know like our index guy who hit in the head and buffalo. And he wasn't expecting to be recognized he said yes And they started to have a conversation about it says he was reluctant to go into detail about the incident and it did send him to the hospital for a month to recover from a brain injury. Fractured skull doesn't really remember the moment he was shoved. There were kind of like bits and pieces that he did remember before and after He said that he had to watch the video to help him. Fill in the blanks boss. Of what actually happened which is insane and then he said yeah like. I'm not really interested in becoming like the symbol or trend of some type of movement. I just don't really want to draw attention to myself And yeah he said you know. A lot of people are injured. A lot of people are killed in these incidents with cops and he said that he called it a turning point for himself now granted. I don't know what that means. The scope of things overall Was he rightly supporter with the i. Don't know if he was pro-police or anything like that. He said that he was going to continue participating in grassroots active around the first amendment at t has for decades He says you know my life is headed into direction. I'm not really sure how it's difference so anyways. I just thought it was interesting. There's more on the article if you guys wanted to read it. I was on usa today. Just kind of reading his thoughts on everything. But i thought was kind of interesting that they track this guy down be even lived because anyone who actually saw video knows how hard hit he took and he was seventy five years old and he'd been recovered So him even being able to remember any part of this story after going undergoing severe brain injuries nuts. I don't think it says about the police. Say king any type of like action or any like being.

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"ace lee" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:02 min | 9 months ago

"ace lee" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Arguably. The second! Greatest College basketball player ever. In the history of college, basketball. His record in college sink I know. I think was eighty eight into. Who is it? Gets Bill Walton. Bill Walton Bill Walton went to Helix I yeah. That's a cool name for a high school to. He looks at and. They dominated to every year. They dominated down in San. Diego. There's there's some other high schools are known, but he looks high every single year. It's like everything was coming from for basketball and football. Carl Durell. Now the head coach at Colorado went to excite. Former UCLA coach Ace Lee. What's coming up on the big nighttime extravaganza tonight? At Nighttime Extravaganza. Charles Robinson senior NFL reporter for Yahoo he has has an article. Goodell has a second chance to fix kapernick mistake. His legacy might depend on it, so we'll get kind of his thoughts on that by the way Alice. Did you guys hit on? I know we mentioned a little bit yesterday on cap today Conch Momentum is definitely sounds like it's pushing There's so many players now actively speaking. They WANNA see cat back in the league. We'll see what happens I. mean you know it's well? Let me ask you guys a question. If you're capper, nick, do you want to do it right that they now need? They now need him more than he needs them. The had lot. Go ahead insert. nauseous going to say the had a story about how he's been so powerful in his message has been amazing since he's been out of the league, just kind of continue to grow organically. Trying to raise awareness for police, brutality and everything else that the cap is doing now that they were trying to make the argument that he'd better, he'd be better off for his movement, not to make it back the NFL me personally I'd I'd like to see him in there. I love for into. Get another shot especially three plus years that he wasn't allowed in. What I was saying is that I think for him if he wants to do it for his own purposes. That's fine, but I don't I. Don't need him to get back into the NFL to validate his efforts at all. Just look around the country. You're saying it was obviously worth the football thing for him for his personal. Now it's not something for me as a fan of either football or the 'cause I necessarily need. I actually think that you know where a good spot where in would be would be Kansas City back mahomes. mahomes would be firmly entrenched starter, and then if he got hurt other really fun, good backup quarterback. That'd be relaxed. I hope that. I hope that happens any anybody else besides Charles Robinson Selah. Charles Robinson Evan. Drellich covers the. Ball for the athletic and then Jeff Carlisle. We'll talk a little bit about mls. Comeback Okay, six twenty four. We hit the door. Thank you, Clinton always a pleasure never chore good to see all right man to sleep the next ESPN LA seven ten..

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"ace lee" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

11:35 min | 1 year ago

"ace lee" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"When. Dan went outside to investigate the first time. Did you fall on him outside. Yes how far did you go outside inside the house. The first time I went to the front steps could you repeat for me how your son was dressed at that time as near as I can recall he he had on a pair of shorts. A T shirt and some brown moccasins was that a white t shirt. I think it was white with some writing on it. My recollection is that it was the one we later found on the bookcase next to the close shoot. Shown you white t shirt brand. Name fruit of loom size large forty two to forty four with riding on the front and Purple and black ink containing the words Spring Conference Rents Nineteen eighty-eight Toledo Mummy Valley and also containing the words the search for self and the letters. Why are are you you? Is this the shirt that dam was wearing. That could very well have been head if not. It is one very similar to it at at the time I was more interested in getting dressed myself. Ain't getting downstairs the clothing that I was most focused on with. Dan was shoes. Because because as I said I was concerned that one of us have shoes on so one of us could get outside quickly. Dan has mainly t shirts. And if I were we're to have to swear to it could not swear that was the one but it was one like it from the time you came home from from the store at approximately nine. PM On the evening of September Thirteenth Nineteen Ninety. And so you saw your son wearing the Brown moccasins. Did you observe him wearing any other shoes on that evening. I have to say that I wasn't aware of what he was wearing on his feet until I asked him if he had something on his feet and we were preparing to go downstairs prior to that I hadn't noticed what he was wearing. You have to remember. That was separate from him. Most of that period he was downstairs and I was upstairs to your knowledge. Does your son. Dan owned a pair of converse. High top tennis shoes which are multicolored or tie-dyed. He has shoes like Yeah you stated that when you and. Dan went downstairs and outside the first time to investigate. The scream was a front door locked because I was concentrating on getting dressed as fast as I could and rushing down the stairs and Dan was already dressed and going down ahead of me. I only know that Dan got out ahead of me. They don't have a specific memory. We have weather. I saw Dan unlocking the door in any case and it does not take long to open our door when you first heard the scream in your born outside outside. Did you have any thoughts as to what might have happened. When I heard the scream number one I immediately associated associated with female voice in my mind number two it was intense and somewhat prolonged? It may pass through my mind that that's another one of those rowdy kids or people in cars that we sometimes encounter Ali Road but there was enough urgency in the scream that it did make me want to run down and see what happened thinking what might have happened. It always occurs when you hear something like that is that somebody might beep deep being attacked. But then we've heard noises like that on Lee road where people clowning around or playing pranks a game. That was enough urgency in this screen for me to WanNa see what was happening side from that. I guess a lot of things raced through your mind at a time like that. Why a you were going outside? Did you anytime call your son to tell him not to go out before you went out or did you. We feel any apprehension about him going out there alone. I don't remember seeing those specific words or words to that effect and any apprehension inch I may have had was lessened by the fact that I myself was hot on his heels therefore I think I would not have had any apprehension anymore more than for myself and it probably would have felt better with both of us out there then either one of us alone when you heard the scream did did. It seemed to come from one location or to the sound of the scream seemed to move at all. All I can recall is that it seemed to come generally generally from the front of the House and perhaps towards the south end of property but can't be absolutely certain because it did happen happen kind of fast. I can remember looking out the window trying to pinpoint the location expecting to see cars or people and what. I didn't see that my next reaction was to quickly get down and find out what was happening. I can't say if it was moving or not in your opinion did the scream. Seem to come from a male or female and if you can approximate age as young or old. I've already said said that it sounded like a female and I'm not sure how to equate pitch with age so I can't answer the second part of that question. All I can say say is that it was rather high pitched which probably makes me think female. Could you tell me if the scream was a continuous screen. Ed or were there breaks in the screaming it was fairly continuous. There may have been one more brief. Very instantaneous breaks aches but the overall impact of it was prolonged more continuous. From the time you went back in the house after talking to the PRUITT's until myself sergeant read rang your doorbell. How much time pass approximately I find that very difficult to answer? Because is at the time I was not looking at any clocks and my wife and I were trying to determine what we should be doing to help and responding to that neighbors offers telephone call and this I may have forgotten to mention. We made one or two calls to the Cleveland Clinic nurse who had dealt with Dan in the hospital hospital so in the midst of all that I was not aware of the passage of time. I'm a windows are in your bedroom to the face. Ace Lee road and for others to face Lee Road to face south woodland and two others face the back of the house when you heard the screams which window to look out the one that faces Lee road which is the north of the two that face Lee road food which is on my side of the bed. Did you look out any other windows when you heard the scream. No we have initial blinds. First thing I did was turn off the light then. Dan was right there. Is there anything else that you wish to add the statement. I can't think think of anything right now. The following day this is Saturday September Fifteenth Nineteen Ninety. The police interviewed Dan drivers mother. Jeanne at ten thirty am I was at work until almost five o'clock PM. So when I got home at around five o'clock pm. Dan was not home. His father said he had gone up to the school so I didn't see him until he arrived home. I'd say about five thirty. PM We ate dinner around six PM then. My husband and I went out shopping at I think it was close to seven. PM When we came back at about nine pm maybe before nine pm Dan. Dan was there with Ken. It was shortly before nine pm. We were in the process of unloading the car Dan. Ken Helping US carry the bags in when Lisa walked in in the open door which we had propped open it was about nine. pm I spoke to her and asked her father wanted to come in and she said he was listening to something on the radio. Oh and would be happy to stay out in the driveway that she could only stay for five minutes. Dan took her out to the back patio. I went and closed the car down. Shut the doors did a few things and realize that more than five minutes have gone by so I shouted out the back door and told them that her father was waiting. I saw them go towards the driveway a few minutes minutes later. I looked out the driveway door and heard that they were still there and again said something to them because I did not like it that her father was sitting there all that time after that the phone rang rang many times our Daniel. I answered most of the calls and call Dan. Oh so the phone. He was sitting out on the patio with. Ken Workman before we left to go shopping. Daniel I know asked if it was alright. If he cut his hair he wanted to spread some papers out in front of the Hull Mirror and we said sure and he also found the clippers that we have and was using those as best he could when we came back home. He showed us how Kim Rathbone our neighbor to the rear had showed him how to do a better job on his haircut. He had obtained prior permission so that she could come over while we were out of the house. One of the phone calls I took for Dan. I recognize Lisa's voice but neither one of us acknowledged till we were somewhere in there. My my husband went to bed and Daniel and I talked for a long while about the hospital experience and who he had seen up at the high school that afternoon. I also washed dishes while I was is washing dishes. Daniels said he wanted to watch the news at eleven. PM which he did. Bob Call Down at that time and asked what we were doing and I said I'm washing dishes and Dana's watching the news at about eleven fifteen pm I went upstairs and at about eleven thirty one. pm I called down and said Dan the news over and he apparently shut the TV off and had come upstairs after that he came into our bedroom several times. Once I remember he went into our bathroom. I just don't remember what he said or asked the other two times but I would say it was at least three times that he popped in there at about midnight. The phone rang and we don't believe in answering the phone that late but we heard on the answer machine that it was our daughter. Bob Bob State on the bedroom phone and I went into the joining office and talked on that phone. We spoke for about ten or fifteen minutes and Dan came into the office and took the extension in the office and I went back back in the bedroom and close the door and he spoke for an additional five minutes. I went to bed. I can't remember if I read but I usually do turned off the light and started to go to sleep. I heard my husband shout something like what was that and I could hear in my mind. The Echo of a long scream. I put it that way because I was mostly asleep but I heard heard a long scream through all the rest of his. I remained in the bed with my eyes closed. Bob Sprang up turned off his light making the room dark so you can look out better as as he looked out or just after that. Dan came into the room remarking that the room was dark or black. I heard Bob say your address. Go down and see if you can see something for something like that and I heard him putting clothes on just about the time he left the room. He was right behind Dan. I think I heard vehicle pull away from about in front of our house. It was is like two sounds like changing gears with pause. I was very aware of it because we had just heard the scream..

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"ace lee" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"ace lee" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"With one eye on the president's twitter feed and the other on the latest inflation readings. We will make this make sense. I promise from American public media. This is marketplace in Los Angeles. I'm Kai Ryssdal. It is Thursday today the twelfth of December. Good as always to have your long everybody there is talk and I know. You've I heard this before. But there is talk of a China trade deal this afternoon so we will keep an eye out if it happens but we begin today for reels with the topic never far from top of mind for economic journalists inflation or rather as we have said. I honestly don't know how many times on this program the lack of inflation in an economy. Let me that really should be seeing prices. Go Up and they're just not at a macro level. So what gives one inside. Came from Fed Chair. Jay Powell in his press conference yesterday yesterday in response to a question by the way from our very own. Nancy Marshall Genzer chair Paul. Why are we seeing stronger? Wage gains Wages are growing more slowly now than they were towards the beginning of the year. Why is that pell? Did that thing that fed chairs do talk for a while and then he said this the idea that you can make manufacturer or even provide services anywhere in the world to anywhere in the world. I think that hangs over the wage setting process and everywhere are pretty much. You don't see there isn't the kind of traction in the wage market even in a in a tight labor market in other words American workers are competing increasingly acing Lee with workers all over the world. The labor market is global sewer supply chain and that theory goes keeping prices. From going up marketplace's Mitchell harmon starts us off when fed chair Powell suggests inflation's low in part because workers can't get traction UC Berkeley Labor. Economists Jesse See Rothstein agrees institutional changes in the labor market have really undercut workers ability to bargain for higher wages. Things like decline of unions that globalization global supply chains allow importers to find the cheapest suppliers of lawn chairs or laptops and the cheapest workers to make them says economist Mark Kuperberg at Swarthmore College and the possibility of offshoring. It's a huge disincentive to Labor to ask for higher wages. Global outsourcing has really scared workers. Heat Bronfman Brenner heads up labor education research at Cornell. She says this started a few decades kids ago in manufacturing we now have outsourcing just as high if not higher in the service sector in a white collar job. There's a feeling and almost just any job can be outsourced with the Internet. Companies can find firms or freelancers offering web development marketing accounting legal services but ADAMA'S AMAC at Gig work website up work says the primary way that US businesses have responded to this is to hire remote workers within the US us and not to offshore those jobs. So Tech gig workers in San Francisco might make a little less while their competitors in Saint. Louis make a little more. I'm Mitchell Hartman for marketplace. There is if you want to on the one hand on the other hand this thing. There is another way to think about J. Pals answer about why inflation is so low that same global trend. The chairman talked about that. You can make manufacturer or even provide services anywhere now applies to consumers to not I just a business is buying products and services or is the Wall Street Journal summed it up today. Inflation remains low because of factors including consumers growing tendency toward comparison shopping. Well yes but marketplace's replenish wars on that one. If you don't like the price you see at the store what what do you do you just google it and find a better price somewhere else or on Amazon. The ease of searching through places like Amazon it does lower the variation in the prices. Max Gilman is professor of economic history at the University of Missouri. St Louis and back can lead to a lore or measured aggregate inflation rate. It makes sense. Internet comparison. Shopping has foreshore kept prices down which you know maybe not as much as we think. We've we've had price competition and increasing competition or a hundred Plus Years Ellen. Debt Meister is an economist with UBS over the decades. We've we've gone from mom and pop stores to specialty stores to big box stores. Best buy and Walmart were once revolutionary. Just like Amazon is today. But we didn't have this bizarro. Inflation inflation low. We have today. It is very easy to overstate the impact of the Internet on holding down. Prices debt. Meister says if online shopping had single handedly put the LID it on inflation. We would've seen inflation pause for things you can online shop for but rise for other stuff that you can't as much like services transportation for example the gap between inflation in goods and services would expand spoiler alert. We don't say that that gap is been relatively constant and you know comparison. Comparison shopping with the Internet is definitely holding down some prices but not all. There are bargains for discount. Shoppers here but turns out. There are sometimes higher prices for people who you don't know any better over there. Joe Is with the Peterson Institute firms figuring out how they can charge different prices to different buyers for the same summer. Going down on some of this leaves us with a persistent inflation mystery in economics on our hands so for now maybe just stop worrying and be happy. Prices aren't spiking in New York. I'm revenge sure for marketplace on Wall Street. This Thursday need one. Say Really Trumpian tweet this morning. Promising Missing China trade deal rumors of all the live long day it was Katie bar the door. We'll have the details when we do. The numbers.

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"ace lee" Discussed on Plan B Success

Plan B Success

14:21 min | 1 year ago

"ace lee" Discussed on Plan B Success

"Greetings everyone and welcome back to another episode of Plan B's success today I'd like to take you back and talk about we work the OAST while most valuable company in the world a couple of weeks ago not so much anymore that's the company that we're GonNa Talk company let's look at the history of we were just so that we get perspective of what we're talking about Adam Newman the founder and CEO of we work was born in Israel moved to the US in two thousand one after serving as a naval officer in the Israel military and had an interesting her before he even he launched we work before he started we work he owned a baby clothing company called crawlers this was based out of Brooklyn and what he did was he had closed for kids with padded niece for crawling babies he did okay with this wind chill for a while and at the same time came in the same building that he had this venture was his later to be co founder Miguel mckelway who was a architect at a small firm in that same building together they decided that they were going to open up a co working space for other entrepreneurs to work in and what they did is they ended up talking to their landlord of that building and after much deliberation the opened up the first floor of that building as this startup and it was called Green Desk and this was back in two thousand eight and their goal at that point in time to make sure that the featured all recycle furniture and the electricity came from wind power everything around green being green and they did that for a while then they eventually sold that business I think number two year back to their landlord the probably made some money off of that and in two thousand ten they founded and launched we work now we work is basically a co working space company a real estate company where they were trying to create a community create a space to work for entrepreneurs that would come equipped with amenities like free beer stocked frigid game tables etc as we all know a lot of startups are in that kind of most fear and eventually that's who they targeted and it later point in time even large well known firms started making a beeline for Leila offices now the question is they tried to portray we work as a tech company whereas honestly was accompanied that leased large floor some spaces at lower rates hopefully from landlords and then sub lead them back to entrepreneurs in these other people even for short term leases and tried to make money as a result of that now the membership has I sat his very diversified it multiple industries and it started growing pretty well too so this was about affordable space community in network flexibility services etc that was the bottom line of all the offerings that we were brought to the fore now in its early days we work started as one office space in Soho neighborhood of New York City and in fact I think even today New York and some other cities in the US are where they're most number assist are their website talks about seven hundred and forty three co working sites open or coming soon in about one hundred and twenty four cities in more than eighty six countries you can see that they expanded pretty rapidly from corning tend to where we are today they had a huge influx of injection of funds coming in from multiple parties and we'll talk about that in a minute and they are roughly around twelve thousand employees has to date now the best part about their growth is the insistence of Newman that he was out to build something really large big pending lucrative now there are hundreds of courting companies out there in the world the many in the US itself but none as distinguished as we work because of the amount of media publicity garnered the same time the insistence of Newman. I'm so attracting the money from investors never heard of sums in terms of growing that company and when we look at we work today as a company to hold mix and match of several companies as we work which is the CO Working Space Company as we live which is a cool living venture as we grow oh which is a conscious entrepreneurial school that started the rise by which is a complete wellness experience and other than this there were other v arms as well and the company is structured is a spaghetti noodle ball of several companies several holdings companies another coming together in various ways in various countries Ace Lee will also forayed into acquiring some smaller companies in some cases even technology focused companies such as there was one company leave which has to do with in opening and Shutting Down Office Lock Mechanism System based on software and they also joined ventures with services company he's out there in terms of being able to provide services to their tenants it's easy to see the work as a pretty risky real estate arbitrage play what it does is it finds office space in heart markets hopefully relatively cheap in some cases not so cheap as well so they take out long term leases and when they sublet back to other entrepreneurs even if it's for shock dumbs you know it could be from days to months two weeks whatever it is that they need and they provide it even to the tune of providing a desk if needed so that people could come in and use those spaces the risky part of it is if the economy and when the economy stumbles were to happen to all these spaces where they would still be liable for the leases to the landlords they would still have to shell out the money with the spaces are wakened are occupied playing devil's advocate here we can also say that we work is more than coal workings based company it's about creating community burglar identity now just renting space that's where they started their journey when they actually began with their very first off office it was about providing services free coffee free bear providing a place to play as well as work and disappears to the on demand mindset of a lot of startups ride they can just walk in higher space and then they have everything taken care of and they just have to sit down and work on their rancher they don't even have to lock themselves in a long term contract so where else do they need they might be happy paying a little bit more for that kind of convenience Dan go and find a space where they're locked in for longer term at the same time they're responsible for their own infrastructure et Cetera we were let's companies retain this flexibility as they grow frink or as their needs change overtime it may seem expensive but it lets you as a new entrepreneur startup outsource kinds of services that you require in order to run a dedicated office for your staff so you could even play that we're actually I think that's the differentiation that we were or any co working space should build upon as in August twenty nineteen when actually their appeal was going to go out we work was argued forty seven billion dollars although it was losing money left right and center now Softbank Seal Masayoshi sewn is the major Western we work and is kind of a mentor is being kind of a mentor to Newman Hand Rebecca his wife and we've read about it time and again sewn invested more than ten billion dollars in we were over the last eight plus years in December Softbank was expected to invest another sixteen billion in we were but ended up not investing all of that but only about six billion with a billion of that going to what's existing shares which actually prompted renewed scrutiny off we will business modern because there were investors in the Vision Fund that sewn had formed were questioning putting more money into a company like we work when it was losing money they were also people that were skeptical about it being just a real estate company not a Tech Company as the CEO portrayed it for now we will just needs to convince private investors including Softbank that it's not a bad deal the time doesn't show that it is a good deal at this point in Ovid southbound putting in more than ten billion into we work obviously it's not happy to see any of that value operate the put in ten billion at forty seven billion dollars evaluation and it's important for Softbank to see this through because they're in the process of putting together their vision to and all the money into we work went in from Vision Fund one and they wanted to show a proper rely on it as they were attracting investors do vision fund to that was one of the reasons why so unwanted the IPO to go through so that they could show the return on investment on their investment from Vision Fund one we're we're that's not exactly what happened which is basically the valuation was not very close the IPO got shelved and now they're trying to ensure their investment doesn't evaporate and that's what Softbank is working very closely with we work on and they want to go public at a later point in time but after their fixed issues now we work is losing a couple of hundred thousand every single are in two thousand eighteen their revenues doubled sorted their losses to the June of just being about one hundred thousand apart dated about one point eight billion in revenues and lost about one point nine billion in two thousand eighteen so you can see that revenue and losses both doubled and as of this year in March they will projected to have about three billion in revenues but it already showed that about seven two hundred million was lost in the first quarter of twenty nineteen Adam Newman did a few things that were not scrutinized by the investors at any given point in time Raymond that was also a big issue for the IPO not going through now the nine year old co Working Space Company excited to file its IPO back in December. That's when they filed it and it was supposed to go to appeal in August as the week company that's what the name that Adam Newman gave the comp Dini but now as I said it's IPO shelved so what really happened you know as we look at this let's kind of look at what exactly happened so their Ip it was supposed to go out in August they needed to convince investors that it was a worthwhile investment long-term investment at that fifty billion or forty seven billion dollar valuation they also needed to convince investors that it would survive any economic downturn despite its loss so when you look at this August they were supposed to have an IPO in January of twenty nine thousand nine that was when the last one billion round happened where Softbank putting that one billion into we work at that we seven billion valuation Dipoto Investment Coming to roughly around twelve billion and then in August the s one filing went in on August fourteen and the s one filing is basically the document that went to see see to say hey he'll be all ready to go public and then the scrutiny of C. started happening started looking at the the financial started looking at the operational practices everything in this started questioning a lot of these things so what did they really question they questioned the number of voting ears that Adam Newman had which was about one is twenty for for every share that they had outstanding to question that said you know that's questionable opera gowns practice although the company was growing to the tune of about eighty eight two they were still loss making company and very heavily so they also questioned the CEO's wife having a say in who would lead the company you should Newman die the question that practice the also questioned and another thing that Newman had done what he had done is he had registered did we as a trademark in his own name and then he sold it to we work for about roughly six million dollars they questioned that practice one of the things that happen at that point in time was that Newman came back and said you know he's willing to relinquish that he's naturally GonNa make sales so it was questioned has practice and that was his answer and several other things you know there were people that from his family that Newman had appointed in various positions so there was questions about nepotism the roles of questions about some of his practices where he had actually taken loans from the company there was I think it was seven million dollar loan that he said he had paid bad but anyway he took loans from the company went and bought real estate properties and then he leaves them back to we work so he was double dipping or making money on the other side Ed valuation started bundling so from forty seven hundred million it went down pretty quickly in about a week or so to twenty five thirty million and then it still had the downwards spiraling going on and on at which point Solan from Softbank decided that they should not be going out for an IPO this time anyone from Softbank made sure that the.

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"ace lee" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"ace lee" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

"And you heard Alfred Potter lost another Hafer last week I fail to see what bad crops or a dead cow have to do with Charles Walton who said they had anything to with a good day wait the longer the interviews dragged on the stranger. The accounts of Charles won't became several villagers spoken vague grumbled references to bad crops and diseased livestock others insisted that Charles Walton was a horse whisperer or had the ability speak to birds birds you said Oh yeah he was always whistling Adam knew all their different songs you know the head agreement to stay out of his plot of land and they say he was breeding nat- or check toads is that so whom by the end of the day detective Fabian was no closer to establishing a motive behind Charles Walton's murder what he had come away with was the distinct sense that he was missing something important but while the Scotland Yard detectives struggle to make sense of the villagers Stories Superintendent Alec spooner was growing acing Lee uneasy unlike the London born detective spooner had spent his life amongst the people of Warwickshire he was well aware of the legends surrounding me on him all in the old superstitions that had never quite disappeared in the black country when the villagers complained of bad harvests spooner heard field accusation that Charles Walton possessed the evil eye in medieval times it was believed that which is held the power to blight crops cursed livestock and turn men and fertile the practice was known as blasting and was frequently said to involve the use of Natter Jack Toads this rare yellow striped towed was believed to be a favourite animal among which is and a popular form of familiar spirits medieval folklore you're a familiar is a spirit such as an imp lesser demon or fairy that is bound to a witch and assist them with their magic.

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"ace lee" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

14:48 min | 1 year ago

"ace lee" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"Here i myself. I don't see it in the foreseeable future ivars the i can see no now. We are optimistic about the economy. I guess it all comes down to what your definition of the foreseeable future is. We'll get to that. Maybe another day americans may not be as optimistic though as team trump and it may be starting to show just look at this new poll from the associated press and the university of chicago. The president's approval oval rating is down to thirty six percent. That's the lowest. It's been since january sixty. Six percent of americans say the country is headed in the wrong direction and when it comes to the the economy less than half approve of the way he's handling it and there's more trouble signs for the first time in nearly a decade america's manufacturing sector shrank and there's a major correction direction revision to what has been a bright spot in the economy under president trump jobs numbers the labor department now says between april of two thousand eighteen and march of this this year there were half a million fewer jobs created than originally thought so while the president is saying everything is great others are saying it's the source behind behind his erotic behavior of late according to the new york times. Let me show you this former president. Former trump administration officials they write in recent days said they were increasingly acing lee worried about the president's behavior also suggesting that it stems from the economy. What behavior do you ask look here. I am the chosen one. I thought that the prime minister stated that it was absurd that was it was an absurd idea was nasty. You don't talk to in the united states that way. I think that if you vote for a democrat you're very very disloyal to israel and to the jewish people that was outsmarting so russia outsmarted president obama the doctors will coming out of the operating room. There will hundreds and hundreds of people all over the you couldn't even walk on on and nobody's done the job done. Boris sanchez is out front at the white house for us the white and the white house tonight still arguing arguing. There is nothing to see here with the economy. Yeah that's right kate. The message from the administration so far is that everything is fine despite ominous signals to the contrary sorry you saw there. The director of the national economic council larry cudlow is here on the north lawn of the white house short while ago he was saying that a recession was not in the foreseeable future. I i asked him about that report that you mentioned that the manufacturing sector shrunk for the first time in nearly a decade. He said he wanted to take a closer. Look at the numbers in that report that he wasn't wasn't concerned about it. He said the same thing about that. Revision that you mentioned from the bureau of labor statistics suggesting that the job market was actually <hes> substantially weaker than they had initially initially estimated. He said that he wasn't concerned about that either that he wanted to take a look at the fine print the president is aware of all this information. He's had discussions with aids. According to sources sources about how the economy could potentially impact is twenty twenty chances specifically this ongoing trade war with china just yesterday. He tried to distance himself a bit from it saying that it's not his trade war with china even though we called himself as you saw the chosen one he also sort of scoffed at dismissed the idea of payroll taxes taxes pursuing that as a potential way to push off any kind of economic slowdown just a short while ago. Larry cudlow said that it's something that the administration has been working on for some time he he called a tax cuts two point oh and effectively said that they weren't imminent that it's something that they would likely put more out into the public about going into the twenty twenty campaign season kate. Maybe it'll come out in the foreseeable future greg zebras. Thank you so much. I'll out front now. White house correspondent for american urban radio networks april ryan moody's zanoletti chief economist mark zandi c._n._n. Senior political reporter nia malika henderson april what are you hearing is the economy causing the president's radic behavior. Yes yes and yes <hes> you know this president has been touting a great economy <hes> and and and this is his the cornerstone <hes> since i guess since the very beginning almost of his administration for people to feel that he should win reelection that he is is firmly planted <hes> for the american public and he's working for them but indicators nontraditional indicators are saying something different and he's having a hard time trying to marry <hes> this great economy with what it looks like for the american public particularly the grass roots and i i heard from members of congress when they come back on september ninth. They're going to deal with the issue of the economy something that the president is not going to want to deal with especially as they are going to highlight the fact that there is a deficit <hes> that is expected to be a trillion dollars by the end of the fiscal year also the fact that they want to find ways to pay for the things now and reduce the the tax credit and other things and deal with trade particularly the tariffs to try to help fix correct this economy before for gets out of control so the president is erratic now but come september september nine when they start focusing in on the economy. He might get worse than what he is. Now count me as skeptical and i'm happy to eat my words. If all of the sudden a bunch of deficit hawks just start showing up on capitol hill that will be crazy there mark mark zandi thinks about that quite a bit the new york times though reporting that we talked about just a sec. I mentioned earlier that there's this growing concern by former trump administration officials about the way hey that the president is acting. Here's the thing if folks inside the administration inside. The white house are concerned. What do they do about it torretta to know right. I mean if you think about kind of the trajectory of the folks surrounding of this presidency. It's very much thinned-out over the last month or so he he came in with a pretty pretty good team robust team and since then folks have left. There's been all sorts of turnover in not other replacements. If you think about somebody like john kelly replacement not as strong personality not somebody who had this sort of stature to challenge you this presidency even though john kelly in some ways could be criticized for maybe not challenging the president also that's where i think that the staff in the country finds themselves president without the guard rails that he initially had did serve to curb some of his instincts as public instances public comments and so now i think you have a situation where the president really doesn't have a filter in-in you have this kind of fear factor of the economy what what was different about this president if you think back to his inaugural speech was very clear about the kind of economy that he wanted to see right he talked about out of the tombstones of all of these shuttered factories all across the country and he really targeted the manufacturing sector or something he would revive the steel industry the coal industry. If you look at the data here about those manufacturing jobs they're not really coming back and you do see some layoffs and some of these big industries steel steel workers for instance coal still struggling so in that way if you think about those states places like pennsylvania places like wisconsin places like ohio iowa and michigan you go to those states and there isn't some sort of rebirth of manufacturing in the way that this president promise in very specific ways like imagine. It's something something that he is worried about because you know it matters in those folks lives these promises that he made them and not necessarily a come into fruition and it matters how you feel how your personal personal economy feels and that is that is that really where the tough spot is mark the president and folks around him but the president specially has been working overtime this week to to try to to shrug off the concerns and fears of a recession and an economic downturn listen to this. Our economy is the strongest in the world the far nothing even close. We're very far from recession. I don't see a recession but news listing out some of those troubling signs minds. You've got the labor department revision in terms of job growth and jobs numbers. What is all of this show. You mark will real economic. Growth is slowing a sharply manufacturing is now <hes> arguably in recession output declined last month. It's lower than it was was a year ago and you can connect the dots right back to the trade. The trade war is really doing a lot of damage to the global economy. The president is right that the us economy is doing better than the rest of the world but the rest of the rules pretty close to recession if not in recitals relative in this yeah exactly the the value of the dollar is up so exports declining and obviously manufacturers rely very heavily on selling what they produce to the rest of the world. Here's a dark irony and all of this. I mean the <music> <hes> the trade war of the terrorists were supposed to help manufacturing but the in fact what's happening is it's pushing it into recession and now the damage is spreading out so you pointed pointed to the <hes> to the employment statistics revision down in <hes> in the employment gains <hes> those revisions were big surprisingly big and very broad based not only manufacturing revise down construction leisure hospitality retailing <hes> healthcare education and so the economy is weakening and if the president doesn't stand down on the street were pretty soon <hes> recession risks are going to be awfully high by this time next yeah in april over the long term president trump's approval rating since he's taken office. I mean one thing we know. It's it is remained remarkably consistent. It's not where you anyone wanted to. Any president would want to be but it is consistent. Though there have been like the last three approval rating polls we've seen we are seeing we have seen it dip in for very president. I often wonder who is obsessed with polls. Is this adding to him. Lashing out not only is he obsessed with polls else. He's obsessed with himself <hes> yes. This is some of the reason why he's lashing out. I mean when his own <hes> television network that he prefers refers fox news says things that democratic polls are saying and he's actually saying look this is this is not right. You need to recheck this. There's a problem <hes> you know. This is a there's an independent free press in this nation. This is not russia. This is not china. That's what makes us different and this president is very upset with the fact that his numbers are slipping. He is the emperor with the new clothes and i don't know if you wanna watch him. Walk down the street naked but <hes> at this point. This president has a hard time facing reality. <hes> people are tired of the reality show. The reality is if i don't have money me and my pocket. If you're talking against my religion my culture there's a problem so his numbers are slipping for the reasons that he's created nia that president trump and his advisors they do continue to blame for any problem worry they have the economy the fed chairman <hes> and also the president is now going going back to blaming president obama. At what point do you think the white house or any this white house any white house. No longer can pass the blame. I mean the only i mean to obama i mean he owes a bouquet of flowers right. I mean he was handed. A pretty good economy obviously talked down in folks who voted voted for him believed that he could turn it around but i think the unemployment four point seven percent when he took off so that's a pretty a healthy economy. I think it was obviously juiced up with those a tax cut in some of that in zandi can talk to this more than i can but some of that's obviously a waning but you know i think he's got to figure out sort of what's next. I think there will also is this other dynamic of its first post muller phase of his presidency i in so there you know he was obsessed with muller are and the russia probe and now he's got a lot of time on his hands. He had really obviously likes where the economy was. The stock market was booming and now he's got you know uh-huh faced with the idea that could be a recession in congress. It's sort of used all of its tools in its toolbox and facing this big deficit as well. That's really very interesting observation. Thanks so much really appreciate it. Thank you out front next jared and a vodka both presidential advisers who have no problem speaking out when they want to so why are they staying silent after this controversial comment. 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"ace lee" Discussed on Factually! with Adam Conover

Factually! with Adam Conover

13:13 min | 1 year ago

"ace lee" Discussed on Factually! with Adam Conover

"Also had a block of <hes>. Wall Street bankers insurers shipbuilders lers in Connecticut and Rhode Island <hes> that very much made a fortune off of the slave trade right and so for them they were just trying to find at a minimum find a compromise or you know some kind of peace initiative should've that would preserve the institution enough to preserve the wealth that was being made off of it <hes> north and South and in fact post war immediate post war you having a number of especially the white elite southerners who actually relocate places like New York <hes> right. I mean quite frankly Jefferson Davis the president of the confederacy his wife and children will relocate to New York and she actually variety Davis. I'm sorry Rina Davis actually becomes <hes> uh-huh a reporter for magazine newspaper in New York based out of New York really yeah. I never heard that before. That's amazing. I mean there there. You go new stuff stuff. You learn <hes> reconstruction though the thing that's maddening about reconstructions one of the most <hes> progressive periods in American history in terms of the expansion Manchin of rights of citizenry in the United States. It's not just an impactful on black communities. It's impactful on immigrant communities that had been here for generations. The newly arrived and their children. It's when we get free public education for every person who wants it <hes> it is expansion of libraries race and roads and railroads and all of this is being done by <hes> <hes> eligible male voters right it is a it is a new day as a new dawn of freedom the way people this moment in the sun but the the way that we have been taught it around the country is that reconstruction was a failure yeah. Reconstruction wasn't a failure at all reconstruction was abandoned and and the narrative that it was a failure is a direct result of former confederates informer southern white elites who had I've been stripped of their political power still have their money new research has shown us that they didn't lose a lot of money at all yeah during the course of the war they investments and other nations ED investments in New York banks they they came out just fine postwar those families and how wealth before the war had wealth after what they resented was having their political rights taken away from them what they resented is having formerly enslaved now able to vote wrote <hes> being able to help make in these folks were not just randomly going they were holding <hes> and I'm talking about the newly freed people who are men who were voting. They are holding informational meetings educating themselves about issues and policy and politics and they are act. I mean in taking it really seriously. Ace Lee right yeah <hes> there has holders at that time and -solutely congresspeople holders you know most of whom were those initial groups were Freeman had I've been freeman prior to the war so they were already educated and had various trades or businesses or what have you that that became those initial groups of of black legislators you leaders both at state and local levels but <hes> so the southern white elite resented the fact that this was happening and furthermore they resented the fact that there's a military presence and some of that military presence still included black soldiers who are patrolling and protecting the the new Freeman on a front to social order in an extraordinary way as soon as they are able to <hes> get that political power power back because northerners were growing weary of the cost of maintaining all of this they were growing weary as more of these <hes> formerly slater moving into urban centers in the north trying to find employment and work and and a new life for themselves and their families as S.. Folks were traveling all over the country we have native American groups who also participated in the civil war <hes> twelve. I mean I'm sorry twenty different native nations <hes> are participating in the American civil war for for the confederacy the other sixteen for the United States they are trying to re negotiate what means for them as sovereign nations or whether or not they will be a part of the United States now that they fought so new treaties are being signed in exercise someone being broken <hes> so there's chaos there. I mean it. It is a period of there's just so much going on and had been so much loss and suffering and dramatic change to American life both political social militarily and otherwise that the the reconstruction era <hes> again it didn't fail it was abandoned. It just got to be <hes> more than <hes>. The majority was is willing to contend with well and needed thinking that well we've. We've been doing this now for twelve fifteen years. They ought to be able to handle it on their own. Now we're done yeah just pull up stakes. Let's get out of here and that was all that was needed along with frustration about all of this in the scandals of eighteen eighteen seventy three financial crisis was also another key factor that Congress would then give the right to vote back to these former confederates and when that happened the tide shifted and we would go through another hundred hundred years of disenfranchisement that is such a that is so wild to to contemplate because I mean we're we are brought brought up in this country you know we do hear about Jim Crow and and the civil rights movement and and you know the struggle for civic participation and political participation by by people people of color but we are not taught that we had it over one hundred years ago and then we lost it that it was a brief a brief brief moment and then things back and we had to fight for them again that so that's exactly right that's so right it is it is <hes> I give the example here in Virginia the election of eighteen seventy six the roughly one hundred forty thousand African American men who are registered to vote in Virginia <hes> the <hes> by nineteen hundred that number is down to ten thousand wow and and half of the white men who were not monied who had been given extended the right to vote because of the Fifteenth Amendment in eighteen sixty eight those as white men who had <hes> immigrant communities who were generational and people who didn't have a lot of property who were now allowed to vote half of them would lose their right to vote by one thousand nine hundred wow so this wasn't just this wasn't just disenfranchisement of black people. This was disenfranchisement of the vast majority of Americans Reagan's in favor of this <hes> this elite <hes> white supremacist perspective and then yeah troll that narrative coming into the twentieth century it was again trying to get the poor white to align with bat elite versus the black folk who with whom they he probably had the most in common and it was successful and that is another story that we another store in another conversation right well. I mean I I mean this story is not one that we tell ourselves. It's it's a you know comes back to why we don't make you know movies about <hes> about slavery every as often as we should that that this is I mean what you're describing is so contrary to America's story about itself because as you know the story we normally have you know the the arc of history bends towards justice every day is a little bit more just and equal than the one that came before <hes> <hes> American democracy well it started as just the white landowners but then slowly and steadily we improved and we expanded that <hes> to folks <hes> again and again and hey the civil war was a big inflection period where you know a big inflection point where that happened but we you know we are on the side of justice and we won and Gosh darn it. We did it when you're what you're describing thing. Is that no right after that we had a brief period of democracy and then we slipped back into being an apartheid state. I mean what you're describing is is a country that is not democratic for a huge portion of its history and that had the opportunity. We're not even talking. We talked about what happened to the women yet right. Yeah I mean that's <hes> you know you're right. I mean it's it. It isn't the story that we tell ourselves but if we told ourselves it correctly if we told ourselves it <hes> fully then we can see where those demons are and we know when we're under threat when we see see those behaviors repeating themselves yeah when they these in because frankly some of the things that we see in current political climates in terms of you know various state legislatures that are shifting <hes> or trying to make voting more restrictive or you know the various things I mean the the Fifteenth Amendment is pretty pretty. doggone clear right you know the right of the citizen to vote shall not be abridged by the state period right well. It goes on okay. No it goes on to say you know regardless of previous condition of servitude <hes> right so there's there's other ways you know then they come up with poll taxes and they come up with you know if you committed a crime then no we're GonNa Strip you of the right to vote and if you did this we're going to I mean you start you know if you live within this particular jurisdiction and we don't have any <hes> we don't have to have voting you know easily accessible to you or no. You can't one read in the paper recently. Well you know if you're elderly and you can't get yourself to the polls. You can't get a ride actually legislature just later looking at that that are preventing people who may not have transportation from getting rides to the polls. Can you imagine I mean it's it's just stunning thing but these are these are the kinds of things and if you don't understand how people have have used these varying techniques to disenfranchise enfranchise than you. You can't be on the lookout for them. You can't fight against them. You you know you it's nice to stay in the nice little bubble and think well of course anybody who wants to vote can in boot well the impediments that are put there are very real yeah and so and they're put there for a reason and they're put there for a reason so so you have to you know we just have to know what the history is so that we can be more mindful about these things so I mean that's why keeps me fascinated. Needless list to say <hes> <hes> it definitely keeps me fascinated. You know how we navigate all this and in terms of sort of the progressiveness fitness it gets better over time. Well we actually see not just with American history but in history in general is there's always a sort of expansion and contraction yeah that takes place and you know you have this expansion of of human rights and dignity and then it snaps back like Rabanne Yeah <hes> <hes> and sometimes far more restrictive than it was previously and then you creep a little bit further so yes the arc towards justices there does lean towards there but you have to you have these expansions and contractions that happen <hes> as as you are moving that direction direction so none of it really should surprise us. Yeah we see that happening. The hope is is that those periods of contraction become shorter shorter but what you hope for the one that we're discussing was not short. It was a very long period of time a long period of time yeah right that's right but you know it when you think about it in in the arc of history though <hes> the what happened was an extraordinary expansion during the reconstruction period guess <hes> from the early you know sort of colonial settlements to that moment most of it you know the the the the periods of expansion were still limited within a particular group right <hes> and then we get to reconstruction and and the very language language and definitions that had been used to find the American character and the ideal of America.

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"ace lee" Discussed on In The Zone with Chris Broussard

In The Zone with Chris Broussard

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"ace lee" Discussed on In The Zone with Chris Broussard

"What can LA offer that that the raptors can't for what would make someone like Leonard happy? I'm just gonna tell you. I believe Toronto has a very special situation, and they do have the salary he can get more money there. But I think Nick, Nick, Nick, really showed me something, and there's something out there on the internet right now. And it's it has Magic Johnson and Jerry West and has these video. Ace Lee what they do is. It's a mash up of magic and Jerry's comments about the same style of play type of players to go after the value of free agency versus the draft. They've each been asked these types of questions in different settings. And it shows Jerry's Jerry West answer and magic answer and Jerry West answer and the magic answer, and it might as well be a jugs competition showing Chris and me and one it's like, oh, this is the perfect way to do this. And then this is the opposite of the perfect way to do this. And right, and it's only the point being what the clippers Avs, Jerry West. Maybe the greatest executive MBA history. He's certainly on the very short list. The other thing the clippers have is choirs made it clear money's not going to be the determining factor. Also stayed in San Antonio, quite as also made it clear to Chris and others. You know, we're quite things they can win wherever quite Leonard. Yes. So I don't say, but. He's he's in fatty about he's in Vatican about as they should be Google head to head record against everybody against against Kevin Durant before he went with the warriors against Neff before they added Katie against LeBron against you. Go see how I've done against any of the other great players. And so the raptors pull if the clippers at one eighteen games this year, then maybe it would be different for the clippers. Go win close to fifty. Well, here's the thing. What's the difference between raptors in the clippers? If you take away you have a similar front office. Organizational structure you have stability in asthma. Head coach they just re up with Doc Rivers who's done a phenomenal job this year, Jerry West and weather, basically and if your lender, and I'm saying I wanna win. I wanna maybe get to back home. Maybe not home LA, San Diego, whatever. But I wanna get back that want to be able to win. And I want to be able to play on a team that has a chance to win even without me. Fifteen and five the clippers are. In farmland, a seven spot in the west and could go higher on a team that does not have a discernible. Great player. Right. And one thing about Paul George that people miss Paul George really thrived in Indianapolis because he's a small town type guy. He's not from L. Even though people say, you know, he's from California. California's wore northern California where things are totally different Kawai could create that same type of small atmosphere. Instill be in Los Angeles, but be with the clippers because those going to be drama Whitlow Braun. And if you watch this this mash up that they have Jerry West and how he diverts attention from the players and from that to me is the perfect match when you talk about ourselves analogy wise, if quite one day word to be a GM he would have the public approach the Jerry West us. Now, the nave similar sensibilities is one last point I wanna make on this about the butterfly effect of if states if quiet stays. Toronto. Do you think there are more teams this offseason that say, you know, what maybe we should go on Anthony Davis? This teams is going to go all in Anthony Davis because they don't have a choice. You're not going to get a player like that. Unless you draft..

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"ace lee" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"ace lee" Discussed on Ologies

"And thank you for rating and subscribing and reviewing all Ogies on I tunes. He'll know. I creep you reviews, you know. I do it. So this week. Thank you ace Lee. Oh, four who says that they wish I lived next door quote. So you. Could drink wine while baking lopsided chew cobber shape? Cookies while singing at the top of your lungs and looking through telescopes waiting for this under come up. So you could go explore the backyard with magnifies microscopes in Remm filled. Naps in Brazilian hammocks. That life is house. Like a good one ace Li I would like to sign up. Thank you. Okay. Onward and upward to the moon. Okay. So the word selling -nology it comes from the Greek so N for moon and someone who studies the moon's movements or composition or formation is a Celena Logist. It's a real word. I mean, yes, sure sure, they can be geologists and astrophysicist you there are many different names, but sell analogy, it's thing it's cool. And while the term peaked in the late nineteen sixties probably due to all the Apollo hullaballoo. We're bringing it back right now. All giants. So this selling all GIS studies. Both Mars and the moon. She's a wonder I am very low. Lucky to have this gaggle of friends known as the nerd brigade. In Iowa's introduced to her at a barbecue through Derek Muller, aka Veritas him on YouTube and upon meeting. Her all of us were like this person rules, we love her she's permanent. Now, she's currently getting her PHD will also doing science communications. So she's done research and production with Veritas EM. She's written for Nastase lunar reconnaissance orbiter camera, aka El rock, blog and all around. She's just an earthling. I'm very proud to now. So she came over on a Sunday afternoon. She was wearing NASA sneakers, and we chatted on my couch. And I am now so much more informed about the moon. So get ready to marvel at the glow of selling allergist. Racquel new now..

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"ace lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"ace lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And i was like nine years old everybody could won't be blink he because i used the fat my eyes like crazy ling ling ling ling ling ling ling ling ling ling ling bingley lingling and i did are way up into my team years some eighteen years i'm knocking on doors one hundred hours a month spreading the word blinken just a nervous mass right apollinaire and i was a power nerd so by the time a move over my father's house my older brother darrol player had plenty plenty girlfriend's he walked up to me one day he was you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll have yet no man you a kumble at all we don't work on united meet him get you writing it set she's streaming no no what the main thing to do we need to fix your hair but rather trying to convince me because i had a nice eyes alvarado at the time i needed apart by here down the sinner and permit to what was called our lord jesus cut my here dallas sooner and permit builds part of lord jesus when i was little reluctant to do it could mcrae named on now had any energy turnout out get daniel was a nice black like black black like national geographic black right and then there had experimented and put some blond highlights in his hair dr ski and blonde hair he looked like a water a new didn't look good at all and finally did mine in a turned out great nogwan highlighted all though right so when the struggle walks e n you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll you'll young yes out today we'll go rollerskating we need a some girls down at the lake now you got to understand what late meerut was life 1970s uh in the middle of our diverse concrete jungle was the all aces lee merritt of human sunny sunny three sunday's to rollerskating dan rose game rusedski and hit on each of all day loss we're going to go we can find any hair care products anywhere in a house you can find in our.

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"ace lee" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"ace lee" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Textbook aaron rodgers fashion creek cather back to john yeah gene free play four the packers there as yatta was trying to make the change on defense they were technically flag for twelve men on the field course penalty declined packers no one was 17 two nine win over seattle aaron rodgers twenty eight forty two three hundred eleven yards passing that touchdown did not the interception fourth career game throwing at least three hundred yards in a packers season opener if their seventh straight regular season win dating back to last season obviously defense a key factor in this one especially with seattle cornerback jeremy lane being ejected in the first quarter when referee john perry said lane through punch espn analysts ryan clark jeff saturday that was bag all all the way around me is this should be a eur six points for the seahawks big big play by them atoms really reached off and goes for lanes basked first as he's behind the play and your identity would lay late at issues will cobb earlier so we just one of those things that escalated when he yanked some down but lane like those a polish ryan shelves them and does exactly what bennett does is give a fifteen or pay instead they object him i feel that the situation where the referees wanted to caddick controller harness the game and they really made a bad call that ultimately affected a missile can you bag though it was like a slight push right all right side right here no opportunity to make their play with his hand shoulder ahead watts if he you're watching the game there was a play early it with lazio and cobb in cobb ace lee walks over so they kind of get facemask the face laws and heathrow taunting kennedy and you can hear that allows us talking about the referee they're trying to keep his forbidding certain things have grown will that for all time these things are going to have a world where salsa with the guy who may win was kicked out of the goal that's not a word you want to watch football either two heavyweights i mean listen this is it like that's no more vicious that me than bennett writing a screen knocking him on.

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"ace lee" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"ace lee" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"John free play for the packers there as seattle was trying to make the change on defense they were technically flight for twelve men on the field course penalty declined packers no one was 17 two nine win over seattle aaron rodgers twenty eight forty two three hundred eleven yards passing that touchdown did have the interception fourth career game throwing at least three hundred yards in a packers season opener youth their seventh straight regularseason win dating back to last season obviously defense a key factor in this one especially with seattle cornerback jeremy lane being ejected in the first quarter when referee john perry said lane threw a punch espn analysts ryan clark in jeff saturday that was bag all all the way around me is this should be a eur six points for the seahawks big big play by them adams really reached up and goes for lanes masked first as he's behind the play and too adding to do with lane lady issues will cobb earlier riots so which is one of those things that escalated when he yanked some down but even though he does a polish rubbing shelves them and does exactly what bennett does is affecting our pay instead they eject him i thought it was a situation where the referees wanted to kinda controller harnessed the game and they really made a bad call that ultimately from a the bag though it was like a slight push right all right side right here opportunity to make their play with his hand shoulder hailed watch if he were watching the game there was a play earlier with lazio and cobb in cobb ace lee walks overseas ecomog it face to face and they throw taunting kennedy and you can hear it analysis talk about the referee that trying to keep is forgiving chippy but these are merely played a home that's right times boy habit of we're going to give a world where he also with the guy who leave win kicked out of the best not a war to watch football either are two heavyweights listen this is it like that's that's no war vicious that me than bennett writing scream not knocking him on.

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"ace lee" Discussed on KBNP Radio

KBNP Radio

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"ace lee" Discussed on KBNP Radio

"Over cleveland man charged in deadly accidental shooting at a dinner party and he's extremely sorry his attorney so are you listening to me and ohio decision cleveland comp is accused of exit that lee shooting into in the twenty seven you'll manager dinner party that was a live streamed on facebook you think that was acts of the no complete negligence because guns don't go off by themselves oh this is an unbelievable story and he says he would trade places with the man is accused of killing well that's easy to say after the fact isn't it any great attorney knows just say it to the jerry even though their admonished by the judge mejoras already burton nobody constructed from their mind this is after the fact demand is dead now it's easy to say he would trip places where the right guys name is stephen and ace lee and this was calling cb's thirty years on what were they doing it was live streaming of dinner party on facebook the video so showed a man unquote enough complete with the comma waving a gun around he asks if the video was recording says we're going to walk up to this guy and say we're going to cap this guy's board someone tells the may have a doubles loaded a woman says don't point that it me the man points we got at his face and we had a grabs the gun and takes out the magazine and gives it back now it's good that cleveland dot com.

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"ace lee" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"ace lee" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Well aware of it and they're gonna be up against truck schumer is there more of ace lee's all in politics than chuck shimmering truck schumer will do everything he can to turnover this this election everything he can and i wanna give some advice two mr trot the outsider and his so support team if you think these democrats led by obama he's not leaving washington led by schumer led by pull _o_c if you think these democrats mean it when they say by part of some ship they don't mean and it off that's the fraud that's the first side and they are preparing guard media will regard to take that let me tell you what the democrats mean the duty of mr trout and tend to set the passion they attended but i should every step of the way and then blame yeah they intend to look for every opportunity to criminal highest the politics that's where i was around him and they're good at it and they do it and if necessary they intend to try to a picture trust me when i tell you this is there agenda they ever vicious there it odds they have a soviet style mentality they will not allow an election to get in there way and i would say this to you mr trump and your team do not do not sure randy your promises to them good you will pay a price all of the the american people are fed up and they went fed up a just in this election cycle we've been that up in twenty ten fed up in twenty fourteen it up right now now the republicans control everything everything no one in a didn't she ladies and gentlemen i'm not a group b i don't believe in colt personality i leave that to the other tv in radio host a very good at it they're very good at it.

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"ace lee" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"ace lee" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Going to look like moving forward and hopefully people will to say alright witnesses like this really bad hangover i i went on a three day or in this case of a year of bender and now we're going to try to put the pieces back together again true he writes any woman who says trump's recent comments doesn't bother them this line the man it's a p_i gm it's not qualify to service pressey night states television personalities have lost their jobs reputations lively good at set for for the comments they've made why should anyone give trump a pass and they what this before to have authority to lead our nation it very their heads in the sand and last i checked bill clinton isn't running for president god but you you know how bad it's gotten when okay bill clinton is ace lee's spec alright bill and the idea bill clinton being anywhere near the white house just to scares the heck out of me but when trump's best offense is well bill clinton said worse to be on the golf course okay this is this is this is the standard that we're now going to have that bit bill clinton has said words to me on the golf course let's talk to david for tony dave you're six twenty beat him jay i have that we had the key word in your question those principles in and it's not just republicans that need to have principal it's everyone and there are to republicans governors that are going to be but ballot in all fifty states that is jumping on well the loss he insists checked check into their record they're fiscally conservative they were a republican governors yeah strain older livid carry and yes i know you don't have a great chance of winning but if you have principal you'll check them out and it is by far better than you there really options that we have right now they've home of the lick how old are you know if you don't i'm a asking i forty okay if you voted every presidential election since you were turned eighteen absolutely have you always voted republican absolutely not this year.

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"ace lee" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760

WJR-AM News Talk 760

03:11 min | 4 years ago

"ace lee" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760

"So it's one thing to have a candidate who could be in temperate and trump cambi they have a candidate to write him and random iu a violent primary personally attacking all these other people and he did and now he's going soft on some of this issues where he was hard like immigration then the minimum wage and i don't know what the hell else as opposed to a hardcourt left wing rocket fraudulent marks us and yes they should shut down they clicked and foundation library and how good is all you know we don't some good away here who cares so to sum up but that doesn't make illegal and all the rest of this that's going on here ladies would be the legal all listen that is the democratic party bill all estimates that is obama role and yes it would be clinton rule too the attack on voting right you know obama in wonderland hillary in wonderland they're trying to steal the election take a look at virginia they're trying to sign up as many x fallon's as possible so they can vote in the election because you know to try to sign a police republicans obviously they're not most of them are democrats this supreme court of virginia tell so the hit it governor terry mcauliffe talk about ace lee's baugh i tell him you can't make these decisions on your own to give a blanket harden in essence all these people so they can vote over two hundred thousand on you know he stood mr but a just signature machine he's trying to get around us she signing some it get a signature machine others just one after another after another after another i took crooked these people are photo id landmark legal foundation i'm probably president of the organization but it's the guys there who do all the work we've been litigate ing this week but assisting attorneys a photo why identify occasion is to hart for por people to get so easy this roost they doing that because they won a steal and she and what elections the wrong way that's why even when we went elections whether they do that well they used the pure rock receiver put out regulations of the courts now filled with obama point piece that dictate to us when we win wheeler when they win they win we can never win i'll be right back well there's all kinds of technology for vacuum mean the inside of the house a little help outside.

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