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"aguada" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Cowboy in Times Square. He's not actually make it easy. Has his underpants on Briefs, not boxers. And he plays the guitar and sings this song. And we've actually we've had him on the show a couple of times a good guy. I really love you love the naked cowboy Natalie, don't you it conservative too big, very conservative, Trump Fan Big car. So handy, still performing during a pandemic. So he was in Times Square on Saturday, when the word came down that the networks were giving Biden the election. And all these people started congregating in times Square and sharing. Well, apparently right in the middle of the celebrations. Someone ran over and tried to pull his underpants off Natalie, which you know, control yourself. You know, he doubles up on his underwear. Do tidy white. He's not one to. How do you know Natalie? How do you know this? Natalie didn't know how you know this this before? Not leave. Natalie, the expert. You know what I was wondering underpants. See, you know, I see dancers or performers. They'll glue parts of their costumes to their body, so they don't have a so I was wondering if he could send it to himself. But no, I said, Well, look like it. It started to come down and then people came to his defense. But we do have a little audio of well, you know, back in the fraternity business, we call this pantsing. So here there was a little audio of the naked cowboy getting pantsed. Oh, That's the best the guy had. Whoa, whoa! Naked. He's naked. Not quite the reaction that Jeffrey Toobin got. I got to say when that happened. There you go. Take a cowboy still has his job and unfortunately, I don't think they actually got him or if they did, it was quickly rectified. Are you familiar? Michael with the Twitter guy at Florida man. Yeah, It's like it's all these crazy headlines that come out of Florida about men doing bizarre things down before right. Well, they made its act Florida man and everything. And no one knows who it is This anonymous guy But every tweet begins the same Florida man and then it goes off. It says something stupid that a Florida man sometimes it starts Florida woman. So anyway, this is great. The New York Post put together this is hilarious. The 20 crazy Florida man headlines that really made Florida man what he is today. So let's go through some of these, Michael take the first shot. All right here, you Here you go. This is from June 11th 2012 already. Florida Man arrested for calling 911 after kitten denied entry. Into strip club. They wouldn't let us couldn't in. So it was that that he wasn't letting it was his kitten They wouldn't allow. They wouldn't allow the kitty into the jiggle joint is how the post reports said. All right, all right. What about number one headline? All right. Here's another 1 October 23rd 2014. Florida Man once arrested for fighting drag queen with Tiki torch runs for mayor. Yeah, that was a flamer. There you go. All right. Here's one. This one. I like you ready? Yeah. June. Sorry, January. 9th 2018, Florida man tries to steal Rack of ribs by stashing them in his pants. I do remember that one. I remember that one actually remember that one? Um, I remember this one, too. In from 2015, Florida man killed by alligator while hiding from cops. This guy This guy jumps in the lake. He's running from the cops jumps to the lake. Yeah, the Gators got him. Cops didn't have to. Here's one for you. January 1st 2015, Florida man trapped in unlocked closet for two days on lots, zahn our wood. 31 years old, not the sharpest knife in the drawer. We have to say he thought he was stuck in a janitor's closet at the Daytona State College for two days before realizing that he got to just have opened the door and walked out because what's in it? All right. Here we go. This is from January 8th 2019. Florida man is sister syringes pulled from his rectum are in his well, Yeah, I mean, that could you know that happens to everyone? Someone misplaces their serve ridge? Is it a a body? Part of yours if that's plausible. Here you go. July. 20th 2020, Florida Man tries to evade arrest by cartwheeling away from cops. Do you think alcohol was involved? Think there's alcohol usually involved in these kind of things so Um Florida man. Get this one. Are you ready for June? 16th 2020, Florida man bitten in the face by alligator while playing discolored. This is crap. This disc bit off. Travis Spitzer. He was a waist deep in a lake and Largo, Florida He was looking for his Frisbee when the hell theater grabbed him by his face and tried to pull him in the water. I mean, come on. You guys play golf and you? You've got down in Florida. Do you ever go near those water hazards in Florida? Because You poke around their those alligators. You can see them. You know, on the banks of the on the little part there, I'm going to, you know, Shoot them there have either your disk oft before the No, I don't even know where it is. Yeah, and it's crispy. It's a first be your They have courses a lot of times there in like hiking trails and you basically have toe Get your Frisbee to what would be considered the whole? It's the craziest thing. Of course, is a lot of alcohol involved. Asher, Huh? Hey, Joe, is there are there are alligators down there until Ned two tons of I've seen a long time. If you don't If the ball is along the water, Just leave it there. Just turn away. Remember when I started this job, and I got in trouble that day because there was a woman She was walking her dog. The alligator Now was it helmet was killed. I thought and the woman who tried to fight for the dog and the alligator ate her instead. And I said, Well, you have to consider from the alligators, point of view, and you can't just dump it all over me. You were so angry. It was that the first hint. Is that? What the first to tell how caring you are about your fellow? You would big. That was that It was that our first tip off. There's a Florida man story for Natalie. Already gracious, Good. February. 13th 2019, Florida man in dog costume filmed himself having sex with a Siberian husky. That makes sense. What do you do it dog costume? Ah, yeah, well, sure. Well, you Otto had a look appealing to the to the dog. So you two been watches porn? This guy watches Rin Tin Tin reruns Severa October 23rd 2019, Florida Man busted feeding iguanas toe alligator in the jails. Ooh! What, what? What's the jail Zoo? Guess there's a small petting zoo at the detention center. Guess it's too calm down The inmates. I don't know. So the in base was feeding Aguada is to the alligator will sure who doesn't do that. Florida may uses alligator as therapy animal lot of alligators stories here that there was one I saw. Let's see Florida man arrested for trying to get an alligator drunk. Was giving Beard one alligator. Alright, That's why Florida Man is such an appealing story. 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"aguada" Discussed on Conversations
"This is an ABC podcast. Wind Jimmy bonds was a teenager he and some mates kicked in the back door of the Apollo Stadium in Adelaide to see Tina and arc turn. Jimmy. Made his way to the very front and he was transfixed by Tina's power her energy legs. He was also mesmerized by the driving power of the band on turn is direction. The magic combination Jimmy encountered that night of Saul and force and precision is what he's aimed for with his own music. They've been many times with call Chisel and as a solo performer that he's got there. There have also been times when other things got in the way. Booze and drugs and the demons of his troubled childhood. Over the last few years, Jimmy balance has been bringing those demons out into the lot by writing the story of his life I in working class boy then working class man and now in his new book killing time. And a warning Jimmy is very candid about his life story and there are elements that some of you might find upsetting Haji me. How well do you remember that? Tina. Turner Gig. I remember very well I mean just from that was just it was inspiring me and my mates. By the way we didn't particularly go see Tina Turner we just to any concert at the Apollo Stadium, which was the big was where the only international acts played in late and we were just hoodlums and so basically would go there and we had this system we knew there was about Tena Twenty ever. So would keep the back door and and there was only two or three bounces so they can only catch a few of us. So you'd sacrifice one to your best friends and then you know the rest of his little get in. And we used to do this and almost every week and not seeing all sorts of weird and wonderful things of course, Edward River Deep Mountain high and it was a fan of that song but I didn't really know what to expect. I got in there. Of course, says Tina just looking fabulous in the front where the cats so I did everybody does your random the front I got on the front and it wasn't just the literally we've just the all these legs in front of me was amazing. But it more than that was just the intensity that the woman sang within the power and the commitment to what she was doing was just. was like mesmerized by this as a young fellow Smith fourteen or something I never stopped being beside abandoned my we were in the garish man I was watching of just growing. And and I just happened for second to gaze pass these incredible women that were performing seen this guy in the back and I noticed everybody in the band was watching him and and he was bang every time he moved his leg, the bandit, an accent it was intense and he was really he was a taskmaster and it was China and so I I know as everybody else does knows I turned out to be a really bad cat but he knew how to run a band I think that drive and power that he was demanding from US band the probably push Tina hotter and hotter every every show and obviously because she did so much after she left, she hadn't even hateful speech. She was incredible woman and I was lucky like I watch the show an alert. On this I want to do this is the way I want to drive a ban. I want it to be that intense that passionate that where people can ignore it and I sort of apply that to my my career forever. But I was lucky enough to work with Tina much later and I tell you quite often you meet people you've looked up to you know there's always nice but there's you know there's mellowed or the they're not really they don't live up to what you expected Tino was everything and more. Frighteningly good good. I think by the time of that Gig left school were about to leave school how you making money as a teenager. Left school and worked in just garages know we wouldn't. He my parents wanted me say my dad was sort of insisting that I sort of would only be allowed to leave screw I if if I got an apprenticeship but I managed to get an a push back in school again and at about. Fifteen and a half I applied for an apprenticeship at the the sides of strain railways and got a job as a as a moulder in the foundry, and if you don't know what that is is basically like metallurgy, you work with Molten Mail, which is you know when you think of a a sixteen year old take. And and drinking all night going to work in a final the next morning. Boring. Multan, three thousand degrees centigrade isn't a very good thing. But I end up every that it was pretty good apprentice openly and I stayed at that job for about six months in a hitch to inform the the in terrible states sometimes like you're straight from being out to the to the factory and outside of of the factory on the streets of Elizabeth and the pods of Adelaide that you'd hang out in as a teenager. How rough did things get Jimmy we just? Thought it was normal. It was it was sort of you know it was rough at home. Most of these were fairly troubled homes, very poor lots of drinking alcohol. So we were all quite used to rough and it was really an extension when we got as kids, we did a role model such as what to do and that was in like something smashed it. You know. So basically, we were out in the streets. Gangs Street gangs, and we were all hanging at the shopping center. Every night that week and we'd we'd walk the streets and look for trouble. We know whether it was you know fighting. People didn't WANNA fight us. We'd find people who did but I must tell you even back. Then I could fight because you had to either either were aggressive or your victim. So you sort of had to do, but my heart was never really in my friends there who will probably even more trouble than I was out of I remember lots of never getting these fights Leah death people were getting stumped gutters and with glasses and bottles and crowbars and anything get your hands on and I just could never do I I learn how to fight and take people on. I worked early, if you pick the biggest guy with the biggest mouth can't necessarily fight. So I was smart. You know hit the biggest guy then that'd be all over not. So that wouldn't have to go beserk and it was. Just didn't sit with me as as a as a kid. A essentially a general sort of person. So I didn't have my heart and and it was really always looked music was my way of escaping from that violence, and so I would get the gang and said they were GONNA go. Let's go the fight and US. Let's go policy idioms when know the end stop trouble and basically where every time we kick the door and you know they'd go looking for trouble fighting bounces or or other punters and I be watching music I remember one night we kicked the door and went winning and I'd never heard about molly before molly was playing and as soon as. The whole arena just smelt. Funny. and. I'm watching I'm going to miss pretty good and end the band started and it was just frighteningly good. I've never heard a groove like my life and you know all my just looking for trouble trying to fight hippies and I and I was just I was learning about music every day. So in the midst of all this violence I was still you know like we'd go to the coffee shop you try pick up girls and do all this stuff and it'd be picking up songs on the radio from the Jukebox I was the Aguada. Come from a line of fighters. Dad was a boxer really accomplished amateur boxer. Tell me the story of his being allowed in a prison cell back in Scotland with a man who'd assaulted deceased. Glasgow Justice You know my dad was very tough he but he was by the way champion in Britain and Scottish amateur champion. Street fighter my grandfather used to fight being knuckles. But hardening runs in the family run right We lived in a place called coquette, which was a pretty rough suburb at the time away anywhere in a city Glasgow bring tough and someone was there was a back alley which they called a close, which was where the the robbery spins. It was the only toilet for the for the tenement buildings was zero. You didn't.
"aguada" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"aguada" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"County jail. Details at one o'clock on News Radio twelve hundred w l I. In for rush. I said they legislators that already gone. There is talk that seems to be some conflicting reports on this shed. You'll terrific. Return to vote for the continuing resolution. But there, but there's no hope that the is going to a big fight over the wall. Before Christmas because they want to go home. But that penalty returning to fight for the continuing resolution it is. So they've got sufficient continuing resolution to come and vote for the continuing resolution, but they lack the resolution to come and get the wall done Russell in Arizona your next on America's number one radio show. Great to have you with us. Taking my call. My pleasure. Talk about is the general Flynn. Pending sentencing and some glaring hypocrisy by the FBI did I don't think anybody's really called out yet. As a local law enforcement officer for the past thirty two years, and I retired as a commander from large in Washington DC and years ago, the FBI civil rights division came in and said that we couldn't be trusted for honesty, and our our integrity and at great cost saving agency. We were compelled to put in audio and visual recording for interview rooms for patients were interviews. We are supposed to accept at face value, these three or three forms, not only honesty and integrity and a veracity of the individual agent doing the interview, but also their memory, and yeah. We're in the twenty first century here and local agencies at great cost in now, even with our patrol functions or required to wear body cameras because apparently we can't be trusted for patrol functions as well. And the FBI is can tell this through the civil rights division on local agencies and yet it's very hypocritical. What happened with the Hillary Clinton interview? We'll never know. Boarded? Him. Is the attorney general the new attorney general needs to make an compelled the FBI in their interviews. These are monumental interview. It impact the government and the and the inner workings of government for many many years to come. And yet, we don't know we don't know if the memory of the individual FBI agent is even correct. Well, well, the other interesting thing about that is that sometimes I I gather normally a three oh three as you call it. Which is the the report of the interview is this is this is when the the agent has conducted the interview, and then he goes to yield e world east and Aguada, and and and presents his recollection of what happened at the interview. And y'all de weld eastern Agua forgets out the quill pen and writes up a written report of what the agent remembers happening at the interview. But in some of these cases in the in the Malo investigation the alleged three oh threes were written in some case. Cases weeks and months after after the the interview took place Russell, let's that Scholley not normal law enforcement, either is it. It's mind boggling, and it's absurd in the twenty first century that we're not recording these interviews. So that there's incurable evidence as to what was said by the agent, and what was said by the by the defendant, or by the respondent cases. And and this is why the federal rights. I'm sorry. The civil rights division of the FBI came into local agencies and said, wait a minute. You're having complaints that constitutional rights are being violated. So therefore, we're going to compel you to record these interviews. So there's no question as to whether there's any Miranda violation of someone's rights and taking these interviews and that the interviewer is documented correctly what they're hearing from the respondent. Not doing this in the most important investigations in our country. Yeah, I me because as you say the the FBI made you do it because your interviewing MRs Smith. About something that happened in a town of seven hundred people in the middle of nowhere. But you can take out the national security adviser of the United States a without even having any agreed neutral record of what actually took place in that meeting. That's exactly what an audio and visual recording is is it is a completely neutral recording of everything that is said by the agent and the respondent. Well, your you make an excellent point muscle. And I would say as I said mentioned earlier adcose to go to the FBI. But I think it I think we are reaching the stage when you look at what has happened in this investigation where everybody who actually is interviewed by the FBI should actually take the precaution of making their own recording of the interview aside from anything else, I'm sure the FBI would object to that. But in that case, again, I go back to what I said right at the top of the show because Russell is. Absolutely, right. What what the FBI does to local police departments around the country. They say you have to record this. You have an interview room where you interview suspects. We're going to have to have cameras and microphones in that room. Okay. Oh, thank you be. I X advice, by the way what a camera and microphone do you use? So we can. By the same stuff, you'll using. So we'll all been away where we actually don't use cameras and microphones. We have these old fashioned three threes. Ten nine thousand nine ten forty whatever the hell it's called stupid mumbo jumbo bureaucratic form-filling. Why don't they? It's exactly the same. Well, they do to these local police departments Russell's. Absolutely, right. Is exactly the same as they did to Michael Flynn. They record his conversation with the Russian ambassador. But when they want to get him over that when they want to ruin his life over that. They don't have to have a recording the judge this judge should follow this the idea that you can take out the national security adviser at the United States without even having a recording of it is absurd absurd. Lots more to come. You're listening to the network..
"aguada" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"You know old email address that we kinda track down because she runs these kind of like retirement centers in in switzerland which we knew of and then we kinda just sent her an email and told her a little bit about what we are doing and started a conversation with her and it kind of became very clear very quickly that she felt like you know she's never had really told her side of the story which was interesting to us because as we had talked to government officials in oregon and in the united states government you know these are people that described sheila like quote unquote cure evil so for us it was interesting to hear what she has to say and that was kind of what would definitely one of our key interviews in the series so we kind of pick up on the series beginning in nineteen eightyone can you fill in just holes so what happened in india prior to nineteen eightyone which would make them want to leave was it just a tax issue or was it more than that yeah so you know indian bureau aguada rushing knees built this massive following of westerners from europe and america who kind of flocked to his office rahm to crack this his teachings of you know western capitalism of eastern mysticism and a message of free love and there and attracted a lot of like really i lean collagen intellectuals from very successful careers who found that they were unfulfilled life and so there's a couple of different perspectives on by they left the all shaw in india from the perspective of the followers you know sheila tells us that they had outgrown their land india that guan wanted success outside of india he felt like if he could be popular in the united states that his message would resonate around the world and so that they were looking at kind of a place where they could kind of build their their their holy land there they're rauch perm they're sort of utopia which would be their headquarters.
"aguada" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Herald morning meeting we've jacqueline cashman hillary shebar but morning meeting cash in virtual boston herald radio good morning and welcome i am hillary shebelle this is morning meeting on boston herald radio as well as w cr ran out in worcester would course been talking about the donald trump administration as well as we had our local attorney general more healy joining us earlier in the show and it's been a lot of good local incites in in terms of in terms of what's going on with her we have built from braintree dishonest bill who has been waiting a very long time i'll say i hear and i'm sorry i've lost mary as a bill what's going on good morning i wake however for you hillary law he'll have been built cia i'm not so much when hillary yes they you know i just want to let everybody know that this warning was the guest of the tea party now last night the but you're when toro is just fantastic there's there's there's money for everybody this is like a democrats three well ladies the republican dumb aguada even with that lewis picked up there called the kentucky senator oh what a treat paul footage feel any christmas well wherever you're not happy bill yeah yeah i mean on the owner of the other stuff is just funny i mean you know you do i don't know if you have a veteran eat plenty you know in like if they're in an uproar job or something you check check maybe to see if they beat the a wide but i guess i guess i can tell you i went to our south organization it is a good thing that you had your valiant democratic leader nancy pelosi to stand up for the people of daca because that wasn't entirely hollow and meaningless eight hours worth of whatever that that she provided bill so you can feel good about that yet he got nothing to do worried make a speech yeah shelly said israeli power which shows this year or almost all wrong we're gonna be on tonight how's the top the organisation.
"aguada" Discussed on WGTK
"Pretty much every democrat every damn near every democrat over the course of this day in the united states senate they all took turns and they all came out and said alfred lincoln must resign franken came out about mid afternoon and announced stay a press conference four tomorrow hasn't committed at all as to what he will say at that press conference and in franken in his staff right now are putting out the word that they they don't know what they're going to do they have no intention of resigning then the democrat leader in the senate chucky schumer he came out late this afternoon and he sorta put the final shovel of dirt on franken's coffin and chuck schumer came out and said i'll franken must resign i have no doubt that franken probably will resign him out then i have no doubt that a lot of republicans and conservatives will cheer because al franken is a is a partisan democrat so here's a partisan democrat that's getting tossed but but i want you to pay attention republicans and conservatives i want you to pay attention to what the democrats are doing because the democrats are sitting yet look look look i wanna tell you that from chuck schumer to dick durban every every one of these democrats in the senate every single one of them you know what they they don't give a damn they don't really want they don't really believe in should resign because they believe franken did anything wrong they want this is all political they want franken to resign because they want to be able to point a finger at the republican party the day after tomorrow and say this is all a republican problem she we cleaned up our house we got rid of john conyers we just got rid of al franken hey you all you when you arroyo more aid you in that guy in the white house the harasser in the white house this is a republican problem the republicans won't do anything about it year of the women and it's all going to be about 2018 this is a cynical purely cynical strategic move by the democrats so that when roy more wins and aguada guatemala lim right now roy moore's gonna win and roy more should win but when roy more win and roy more becomes a united states senator this will be along with all the anti trump stuff this will be the democrats campaign next year in 20 eighteen.
"aguada" Discussed on WLOB
"A number of races that are up in the air i think in the senate uh you know it's a very different story than in the house uh eight lease looking at it this far out uh you know regardless of what the political climate is going to be like for democrats and republicans this time next year uh the map of senate races is very favorable uh answer aguada red state democrats who are up for reelection next year a ten uh uh democrats are defending seats that are in states that president trump won last november uh republicans are only defending eight seats in total only two of which are considered to be all that competitive so the democrats are playing a little bit more defense in the sat it in the house they're really targeting these 23 districts that hillary clinton beat donald trump in last year better represented by republicans and they only need to pick up twenty four seats as a 24 seat majority so they feel that that gives them a little bit of a of an area in which to to play offense and they look at the district's at the clinton won that are held by republicans and also look at some of the districts that uh trump won but didn't win very impressively so those are some of the things that they're going to be looking at as they try to take back the house how 'bout west virginia i mean it is your chance that uh that a republican wins there well certainly it's a state that trump won by 42 points so it's a place where you would look for a pickup opportunity and they do uh have you know of of republican field of that's growing in that area but joe manchin has kind of protected himself pretty well it seems that uh he is voting in in lockstep with what the west virginia voters seem to want so he sided with trump on a number of issues but he's also broken with trump on things like obamacare repeal and then stuck with his party and at the moment the west virginia voters don't rugby.
"aguada" Discussed on WCHS
"The zhou nailed and and the offenses is uh uh much more sophisticated than they were fifty five or fifty four i'm gonna have to believe although era football was known for absolute john lewis the kids today yonder in bigger than they were worthy race certainly are a uh our guys uh uh our guys back then when i played the we've we've ever thought about lifting weights say as much as they do today i don't think i could await when i played high school and co uh i uh collar stripped west virginia mmm that i saw the lifting llanos that's what the guys get it in college but today these guys these guys are enormous have great strength and their taller there i mean this much bigger than us back then backed him well i'm not gonna say uh but uh they're they're pretty tough you know our guys i guys on the elevators a lot of people go said say that the george washington but you can't either through our guys replete on tough when it comes down to it they had coach steve edwards senior this last saturday and services were this past wednesday his steve edwards junior the head coach john scowls chris lawrence was kind enough to share that john earlier this week and i thought it'd be a great tribute to play uh certainly the field that they play on at george washington high school is named after steve edward senior he was one of the the really really good ones our thoughts and prayers are certainly with the edwards family jim christie senior project manager with civil about environmental consultancy working for see see each and every employees employee owner we all work together every day the aguada beach health each other and make sure they were all success want each.
"aguada" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"And fifteen seconds into his career as a member of the boston celtics forward gordon hayward went up on the receiving end of an alleyoop true cuttack in landed awkwardly below the rim hayward's momentum forces left ankle to snap his foot ultimately resting of what appeared to be a ninety degree angle to his left as he looked on and fear jeff green a i get a shudder even reading that jeff green one of the players on the cavaliers bench which had a front row seat for the sick once of event was one of the most animated completely leaving his seat they had towards the team tunnel i was hoping at it and see what i saw green to a butcher report it was gruesome i didn't expect to see when he rolled will turn our way i thought it was his lower back or that or something you never wish injury on anyone especially such a good player like that play continued for a brief moment but was blown dead once the injury became apparent as hayward laid underneath the cavaliers basket members of the celtics training staff sprinted to his attention security members within quicken loans arena surrounded the forward to shield him from view the arena was silent cavs guard duane way took a knee at midcourt before joining lebron james and teammate isaiah thomas and consoling there injured opponent james and thomas would follow hayward into the cavaliers locker room and he was taken off the floor in the stretchers lega mobilized the diagnosis dislocated ankle in a fractured tibia now i got to tell you that just makes me shudder protein with either way that's when you do take any got you do take a knee and you just say say prayer for the guy aguada botham tomorrow and where is a great things about gordon there is a great basketball player in cairo makes me crazy kelly says bad things about cleveland you never he left it a unprofessional manner and so it gets booed poodle it'll be boot forever and cueva why are you so mentioning his name is neither player and it must not be need no no no no no no he's not the player must up innat declared must not be named was abroad but lebron came up carried it grew up in claiming it's not like he left the.
"aguada" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Up on the receiving end of an alleyoop true contact in landed awkwardly below the rim hayward's momentum forces left ankle to snap his foot ultimately resting of what appeared to be a ninety degree angle to his left as he looked on and fear jeff green i get a shudder even reading that jeff green one of the players on the cavaliers bench which had a front row seat for the sequence of event was one of the most animated completely leaving his seat they had towards the team tunnel i was hoping at it and see what i saw green probably to report it was gruesome i didn't expect to see when he rolled will turn our way i thought it was his lower back or that or something you never wish injury on anyone especially such a good player like that play continued for a brief moment but was blown bed once the injury became apparent is hayward laid underneath the cavaliers basket members of the celtics training step sprinted to his attention security members within quicken loans arena surrounded the forward to shield him from view the arena with silent cavs guard duane way took a knee at midcourt before joining liberal on james and teammate isaiah thomas and controlling their injured opponent james and thomas would follow hayward into the cavaliers locker room he was taken off the floor in the stretchers lega mobilized the diagnosis dislocated ankle in a fractured tibia now i got to tell you that just makes me shudder protected by the way that's when you do take any guy you do take any and you just say say a prayer for the guy aguada botham tomorrow embryos a great things about gordon is a great basketball player in carry makes me crazy 'cause he says bad things about cleveland you never he left in a unprofessional manner and so it gets booed allied it'll be boot forever cueva why are you still mitzi his name is neither player and it must not be named no no no no no no he's not the player must not be named declare must not be named was abroad lebron came up pera didn't grow up and claim but it's not like he left the land it's not the same thing it up people can laid their athletes they want the best i have i have attachments to team not individuals embed shown kaiser's going.
"aguada" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"I could get back in any time i wanted to at a much better deal right right right well not i'm not particularly anxious little ahead you get tax reform done i think it's going to be seven years before you get to return to trump to l we need a couple of extra votes we hope john mccain is going to vote for as we had nobody has any idea but we hope he's gonna vote have yet that is in i probably won't be able to be here so that's very bad that's almost like a no vote think about iran we uh i i do believe ran polls going to come got ran ball aguada do believe he's going to come through i hope he's going to come through and i've got along very well with him whenever i really needed him he's been there for me i must tell you he was there for me and the first healthcare vote two of them rent and frankly he liked the second healthcare better meaning the one that i didn't ask him for the vote because i could see we weren't going to get there right but now we are there and you know i think land will be there and let's see what happens but we have the votes coming up starting on thursday budget is phase one and the vote is phasetwo and if the republicans don't do it it's it's would be disgraceful to them well alleged let's pray they get their act together in their on borders millions of people praying for you if you win we win and i'm grateful that you took some time to join this year and the great idea in my friend from the beginning and as i walked over here very quickly didn't i don't think brian kilmeade was to have that other all right he's a great guy and and we appreciate the effort for the white house to reach out and say hey we're going to reach millions of people with this message because we got to get this done for pulling for your you've been my friend i thank you very much for with read it they were going to lower those taxes we're going to make ourselves competitive again with.
"aguada" Discussed on First Take
"This is nashville poorly this is about football and by the way we make a lot of money and right now as players would all of this stuff going on yala compromising our bottom line if aguada mlanga's compromise we will make sure your bottom line and everybody else's bottom line is compromised because it's about business lead the politics to other people we are about business no matter whether we liked it or not what we really say it would maskhadov said look you all this about money i've been here now i'm not sure steve i'm not sure steven aid that will what you said is right i don't know that the protest just stopping gets back to business as usual i think business is going to change the there's going to be a new normal there's going to have to be some kind of compromise at the very least i'm not sure you're right in terms of first amendment protections in the workplace no one's imprisoning the players for example for not espousing the political beliefs of the owners but i'm also not sure it's legally as cut and dried as as you've presented it i don't know that for example in owner can say you must abide by a essentially political ceremony because i approve of it you must participate in that ceremony that does get to be kind that does that is a speech issue that it's not just that you are not speaking your own opinion but you must support the opinion of the owner no i'm not so sure that that is clear and it would be it'll it's gonna be interesting to see how far up if this is actually a legal challenge this goes.
"aguada" Discussed on Starting9
"Isn't this wildcard spot bore a team like the diamondbacks a team that just happens to be in a division with a you know a recordsetting organisation like the dodgers and the tear that they been on this year that's what this spot a sports bore the team like the diamondbacks who have been able to put together not only a solid season but at the right time right now as you just mentioned jerk put twelve straight games together in a beri beri impressive fashion i mean that's what the spot as four so a team like this doesn't get left out in the rain and i am i am glad because let's be honest those guys on this team that the world the baseball world knows about but i think even more so the broader baseball world needs to see in a poll aguada i walked god debit gimme goldie yup i need goldie in the post i want to see i wanna see lamb i wanna see pollock him in his brand new elbow i need a said he'd these guys in the postseason so that the rest of the baseball ruled can appreciate the terror that these guys aren't had been on and the just just the presence that they provide you make that great point two and uh about how we are probably the most uh paul goldschmidt friendly podcasts in the game we were breaking down the aol wildcard f one of his last week of the week before and one of the big points about it we were making a case for each on the fringe type team.
"aguada" Discussed on Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone
"By australia centuries aguada programs kinkel pigloving calendar that program and they come to dc philosophy may end up going to try to get into europe science for example associates column outcome out of the visa very interesting times in that sense culloty science now as kind of see a radical agent olivier solely salt discipline so in a way i think this is up to came just in time just because working near a science streaks all police is much much closer i think to the central cognitive side standing ever walls when itis thoughts about about time was offficially intelligence that was kinda signs near signs now as a nod for the quality of systemic seree to be a kind of coal playa that at the same time i guess one of the things i do think it's very useful to is to keep his close on i'll stop that we can really solar bill than demonstrates those luck in so keep a close eye on her south whateverpeter cognitive science you're actually work and then i think he can a close eye on robotics is a really good idea because that's where everything is trying to come together what we know about machine love in what we know about making machines of move making in volume on action on the structure trivia byron robotics needs to be a nice it's that will microcosm to look at the my very first exposure to embodied cognition really was onei interviewed ralph five for free early on in my show i mean he was like they're in the very first year so that's really what made me aware of embody cognition which is one of my absolute favorite topic.