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"al vic" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"al vic" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The greatest a long time. I mean, The greatest receiver of all time, Julio by God Jones, who will ever defend him. Nobody nature boy Ric flair. Oh, that exactly Sure. Where there was Who will love you? Great flop. Great father thinks talking fan. I guess he's a great everyone. You have to pay him, man. Say something, Ric Flair and Snoop Dog. You give them a jersey and the right amount of money. They will be the biggest fan of your team in the history of fandom. 40 Niners. Yeah, Come on, let's just say okay, Listen, You know what? I'm not hating on the game. Get that Get that money. That's free, Easy money, But, you know, let's not pretend that Ric Flair is a fan of your team. He's a fan of that check which again? You are to be commended for that, Mr Flare. Ah, time indeed. Does flat by it Feels like it wasn't that long ago that I was praying to all gods indeed, ease. Julio Jones to get the hell out of the SEC. He's on that list of guys. I couldn't wait for him to go to the pros. And Julio Jones. Being with the Falcons or someone else is going into his 10th season. He's 32 years old. That happened fast. Hmm. There He was a start. Of the wide receiver factory there. Yeah, Yeah, yeah, they brought him in, and he was like the number one guy and then all of a sudden after him. It was like to get another one. Gotta Mark Cooper. Get in. And then they all of a sudden I had, like, four or five, just like same time. It's going on down there. Yeah, Alabama? Where's major? Ogilvy? Where's the run of the way we run the football Now? It's just like, Hey, let's throw it around. What does get all the good receivers and they I mean, their receivers are second to none over the last, like three years. I mean, they did have all kinds of dudes everywhere. And I have to go back. But I'm pretty sure it started with him like he was the first big receiver. It either went there and just dominated and then after that, I think it was Cooper and then Ridley was there And there may have been one that I'm missing, but then it then it you know, morphed into the You know all these dudes that are coming out of the running. They're gonna have like 45 1st round blood receivers in two years. Yep, exactly. They got the best receivers going. I mean, Ellis. You and them are kind of different planet. When it comes to receivers. I wouldn't say I wouldn't. But I wouldn't put Wouldn't Al Vic Chase and Marshall for Alice. You need to back up, Theo, take a back seat to anybody. But you're right. This last this run since Julio in Tuscaloosa has just been wide receiver Crazy. He single handedly beat the Niners in the Red Zone on one play, Right? Wasn't didn't He beat them on that play right at the goal line. Where was it In? Was it out? Wasn't a touchdown was He's just got great hands and plucks the ball. He's about 64 by 2 25, and he's fast, So I mean you it's and he's beating you at that. You're not gonna jam but the line, So Julio's He said. He's a monster. They've showed him before these tapes and stuff. That's one of my favorite things to do with watch wide receivers run routes, because when watching games always see isn't can. We didn't catch the ball. But when they actually isolate on him, and they shone break dudes down Especially him, because he's a great route runner and he's huge. You're like Damn you Get your body to do that, like so quick And just the you know, little solar, fake or head fake or you put your foot in the ground. Accelerate out of it. It is super impressive. Watch these top flight. NFL receivers run their routes and that's what they talked about. With separation. Some guys can get it. Some guys can't some guys can run those routes. Some guys can and this guy does. Everything means bigger beach over the top. He could beat you over the middle, his physical at the line and then if you get up on him, he could just lose you. He's awesome. He is awesome. If that dude goes to the Patriots, it's just popped in my head. If he goes to the Patriots, and they get a quarterback How about we all just conspired talking about the Ravens ride? Maybe he's going to join them are please make that happen. I'm okay with that. If you go, can't we all just get together as an NFL community and not give Bill Belichick if he wants to go out by it, That's fine and free agency because that's his own money or the Patriots money. Whatever. But if we are trading players or allowing him to acquire players for pity's on the dollar to help rebuild that death star and then they win again, we have ourselves to blame. That's all collude and just not help Bill Belichick get to the place he desperately wants to get back to, which is the top of the heap. It's not so so can we can we can we all just get along in that regard, just coming in Earth at this point, I mean, he's a 30. He know it. It's an awesome car, but it's also got 100,000 miles on it. He's 32. Like is he? Is he still there thinking they're getting a number one for Julio Jones for 32, year old wide receiver. That would be the question I have. What's the price tag? I mean, what I think he played nine games last year. You'd have to really You know his interview? Can you still play when he's not injured? I'd say that. Yeah, he can. But what's the injury situation? With him. If the injury situation is that something that you can directly tie to age, or is that something chronic? Then? Yeah. First round, possibly second round. Definitely. Third round stealing. Yeah, I'd give my second. I would. I can't give him for way They view the Niners. You can't give a first run away. All of them, but I like I think you're really here. I mean, you're paying a premium right when you're paying $20 million, so that's Yeah, that's a little tough, but you put him with that group of guys. Kittle. Are you people? I mean food? My goodness. Great medicine. It's a big dudes coming. Embarrassment of riches there. Yeah. I mean, that might be the most physical receiving corps in the league. Other than I yuk, all those other do through looking to bust your head when they get the ball. Those guys they're physically get after it with enough. I have no job here, E. Who do you double? You got Kittle? You got you. You got Julio. I mean, you know, I don't know if you can double anybody. Goodness gracious. Would be. Yeah, I would definitely intellect. The Niners will always be linked because Shanahan and didn't was off into coordinator there, so they're gonna be gonna be linked, But it would be awesome. I don't know if they could fit it. I don't know if the Patriots Hey, Tom and physical Within and she's way have our do we ever update Sounder Giants just made a trade here? It's pretty clear What change pick up out.

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"al vic" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

10:12 min | 2 years ago

"al vic" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"For football for for big al Vic Fangio who obviously doesn't know his backup quarterbacks name is written it's a great thing he knows it everybody call them red beard nobody except for you you be the only one the only one six days yet today on with that Dave Logan and Rick Lewis and talked about the reasons why the offense just could move the football yesterday well I just think there was no really primary culprit they are we are offense just got wet you know we will do is give the defense credit they this stuff this pretty good on in both phases we were able to pop some good runs out in the mail only that during the game but overall we couldn't sustain any bang and we you know we are one for five and thirty two to three which urged the ability to sustain and expand and you know they just buffalo dominated us yeah when you look at to would give their defense big al if your if your head coach is a defensive genius which is what a lot of people upset about Vic Fangio they just say that he's he's he's very he's brilliant when it comes to the defensive scheme when he also be brilliant at looking to see what buffalo is doing to maybe chime in a little bit saying Hey this what we need to try but he doesn't call played by now but he's he has made it perfectly clear that when he doesn't agree he trying ten yeah I mean after the fact but I mean in the course of a game it's up to the coordinator of call of the game but this is what this is what we this is this is actually funny because you hear about coaches and the number of victories that they have right all time you know like bill Belichick's all time victory you know don Shula all time victories you don't ever hear about the coordinators does coordinators are just as important as those head coach is because those coordinators call the game and if the head coach is also a coordinator that's even more impressive but it takes a full it takes a full understanding of this came to know that there is at all sensitive coordinator does that that is focused only on offense in the defense of coordinator that's only focus on the face and head colds overseas the special teams in all of the rest of the special cigna situations that happened in the game nobody ever talks about I'm surprised after all these years of doing this how very little we pay attention to the coordinator unless somebody with this huge personality like Wade Phillips you don't say who is the Gregorius guy he's a he's he's a guy who is a fun loving it and then on top of that his defense is ranked hi there almost every year we know Wade Phillips is but if I ask you who's door off the court Nate in most of the time when you don't know then there's no there's no mention of the office of god a defensive guy if the other guy is excellent like if I assume the the defensive coordinator for the US census go forty nine as you would know that you know it's face because he's been on TV late let let the last couple games but you know what office a coordinator is that Robert soleil that's good that's good because you're forty not a fan I forgot I'm not a forty niner fell you total your total okay okay I'm not I'm like but don't you what knowing what's happened because we're you know we're a league that highlights the head coach as the winner of the game I don't know why because there's so much more to win a football game than just the head coaches opinion dolphins of coordinator in the defensive coordinator in the special teams coordinator make up the entire staff in the head coach overseas those guys you know what the head coach's job is to coach the coaches okay that's his job the head coach's job is the coach the coaches so we got to start talking about your head coach like Kyle Shanahan in your your job is also to called play he called play he calls the plays and he coated the coaches who don't double deuce pulling double duty but the head coach's job is the coach the coaches in the best situation all the time Vic Fangio was asked well he just talked about his team just didn't play good on Sunday I don't think that was the case we just didn't play well enough you know just like our up and said trouble thirty two to three ML defensively we had a bad day on third nine to twelve which is favorable SO downs for the defense and we always stop them on two of those six and those Rollin dries where they kept things going and got some other points so we just didn't play is good from an execution standpoint I give buffaloes some of the credit there for college in that particular quarterback for running around and we couldn't get him down but you know when you don't play good you know the flatness term gets thrown around but I think it was more that we just didn't play good hi writes the jury like question is in here I thought I want to I want to mention it I want to mention something here for the first time this year for the first time this year it looked like we played eleven o'clock game that was the first time this year it looked like we played an eleven AM start time do you agree or disagree I I think all the stars aligned to to make that just right that's what we usually like when we played eleven AM right there I think when you play at eleven AM in the dome in Minneapolis just doesn't feel the same as it feels like when it is blustery alone York okay mistake by the lake and the winds blow in as my **** said forty five miles an hour cross wind I'm guessing that sign don't those are the perfect playing conditions then you throw in the eleven o'clock yeah I don't feel like playing right now okay I don't view like play right now all right Vic Fangio on what guy he's decided to do if he's decided to do anything with her life no we haven't up until after this game to decide what to do if you're on a permanent basis whether to keep in mind I. R. or to activate on but everything's on the table as it relates to this week you know he could stay on my are you could move up to be the back up she cares move up to play so you know right now we haven't made that decision but it all options are available mon I are tell you right now leave on IR Liz let rich Camarillo get through this year because if you think that that game was solely on our Brandon Allen yesterday your idea mine we didn't call the right plays against that defense and sometimes it's just like sometime you just give whipped sometimes you know I I I mentioned to you last year we we get whipped by the chiefs no no don't last you know last year I'm talking about when we had bad social as the hit code can we got well against the jets that was not a better team than us the jets last year whipped us because we have flaws in our defense we got whipped this week because we have flaws in our offense let me tell you something Vic Fangio talked about no but six downs six pounds where we had them nine yards or more let me tell you something bro let me tell you something nine yards a more when you are on third down when you play defense nine to twelve by the way is more accurate dole's wins are we in they converted some of six against us or nose down and distances that never happens never happens we were yesterday on defense but not because we weren't to be in the right place certainly you can see you know when the quarterback takes out and out athletes us when we get there there's no doubt the defense got us a third down and nine in more in the quarterback got them out of trouble that it doesn't happen when you convert four out of six tonal downs and distances that's not the NFL it should be in those situations they may hit one out of six maybe two out of six they're not gonna go fifty percent I'm not a more doesn't happen in this league one more final thing from Vic Fangio on drew lock he was asked what his concerns are with actually activating them all the concern is just that he said very little practice you know he was injured you know mid August early August and turn the practice two weeks ago so the lack of practice time preparation is concerning but we're not gonna be able to get that back you know not like when a guy gets the hydrated we pump so my vision unleashed we can't pump that practice time in doing so at some point you know if we decide the plan is just going to have to go with the preparation that he had up to this point thank you that is a Vic Fangio from Logan and Louis today here on K. a hi we come back we're gonna check every day Frasier from fox thirty one that will talk.

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"al vic" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

10:07 min | 3 years ago

"al vic" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"O C the AL Vic, thanks to Genesis communications network for making the she'll happen thinks that Daniel who's working. The dials victims you offer tuning in. We really appreciate it. Don't forget to follow us on Twitter at Dr Dalia and on Facebook the doctor deli. All right. Well. I just have overwhelmed by these two little girls. Did you guys hear about this these little girls five and eight years old got lost in the woods for two days? And we're talking to little baby girls five and eight years old. Little baby. And fairly. They got stuck. Wandered from all Leah Karikal under sister. Caroline. And the sisters were found forty four hours later about one point four miles away in a wooded area. But you know, rather than getting eaten by wolves, whatever they were able to survive and the us they're outdoor skills that they had learned from. I guess they call it a local four h club that doesn't sound like girl scouts or cub scouts. But. And remember it's been freezing in northern California. So I guess they went for a walk. They walked around and their wooded area outside their home near Ben bell, California on Friday at two thirty. If you've never been to northern California is exquisite it is phenomenal. But they lost their way. And I guess the girls had asked her mom missed you, go for walk. She said, no. But they grab some granola bars and wandered off busted. I don't know. If if somebody interviewed me, and my kids, I mean what I say. Oh, yeah. I said they could go. I'm wondering, and I'm not saying this. But I mean, how many of you guys would if, you know, your kids went missing, and they were found and everybody's like, why weren't you watching your kids? Would you say? Oh, yeah. I told them to go do that. Or would you say, oh, they disobeyed me, you gotta wonder how many of you will be really honest upfront without one. So anyway, Caroline said Leah wanted a little tiny adventure. But I wanted more. And so the sisters had realized they were lost. But thankfully, they learned survival skills from their parents and the local four h club. It was starting to drizzle. So Leah said so I knew he had to find shelter fats without shelter tree branch close to the ground. And we had my sister's rain jacket to keep us warm. Then Caroline use the sun had as a pillow, and we use the rain jacket as a blanket, I knew how to start a fire 'cause I would watch a lot of tropical paradise movies. This is fascinating. Then the girls drink water droplets off leaves and eight their granola bars. They said we were pretty hungry. Our bellies grumble the whole night. Then temperatures dropped the Daily Mail it became dark. Caroline became afraid. Because I guess the area was. And she said to my sister, cried the whole night. So I told her think happy thoughts of our family, and I kept watch for most of the night. This girl is. She goes I felt a little nervous when I was little phrase. But I knew dad refined us. Oh my gosh. Gotcha five is these kids parents I would be mowing down trees to find. My baby's. Oh, I would be I would be calling in the national guard. I'll know what I demand, but in the morning the girls wanted to the creek they sing nursery rhymes at the top of their lungs. Leeann Caroline had Batat to say the same place and continue to seek shelter under the Huckleberry Bush, and then they had to spend a second night in the woods. Then the sisters because see the US coastguard and Blackhawk helicopters circling above there, apparently two hundred people now combing the area, rescuers eventually located the girls granola rappers and came across footprints from the rain boots Hallelujah van, and then the rappers showed us a direction from where they started to where the rappers ended up. So they were found ten thirty AM on Sunday one point four miles away from home. They were obviously dehydrated obviously called. But luckily, uninjured, so they were able to. Will give them fluids get them. You know? You know boost it up and what a miracle. Rugged territory, they said rugged territory, extreme environment, forty four hours. So, you know, good job parents for having taught them, you know, you you we always kind of fear. Well, you know, we don't want to teach our kids how to make fire because they could start a fire or we don't want to teach our kids how to use a gun or had to, you know, kill an animal because we don't want you teach a child survival skills doesn't make them violent or make them want to run away or make them want to now somebody could say well they wanted an adventure. So because they were all excited about the trees, and they felt confidence. Maybe they're a little overconfidence. Well, I would rather err on the side of over-confidence, then not being prepared. And I think it's absolutely fascinating that they were able to. Do as well as they could. You know, we as parents, we second guess ourselves. A lot of times we do wrong. We screw up. You know, I don't remember me personally screen out. But I'm sure I did I've screwed up. I tell you. I screwed up had the baby. Set among the he had never rolled over. And he was going for his vaccines. His four-month vaccines, and he had never rolled over. And you know, you're just kind of you know, talking to the nurse. And that was when the nurse had brought out the wrong vaccines. And so while I'm just kind of sitting there going. No, you know, you don't get the memorial form four-month-old. He rolls any falls off the exam table. Luckily, he fell between the wall and the exam tables. So he was stuck. He only fell about a foot, and he was suspended because the exam table was in between that wall. So I just kind of lying there grabbed them, and he looked confused as I do I cry. What do I is? Mom, mad if mom's mad I'll cry like, I'm hurt if mom's not mad odd kind kinda smile because that was kinda cool. So he was okay. And then I told you one time I was on the phone. This is what you you know? Have like one of those big phones like regular phones. Up to your ear and I'm walking with him. And I walk through a doorway. I think it was talking to my sister. And so I made it through the doorway fine. The phone made it through the doorway, but his head smack the side of the of the doorpost, he's fine. He was fine didn't cry whatever. But again, those are some parenting faux pas real bad parenting footballs. And one of the biggest football I made his apparent is. I didn't want to be one of these doctors that throws antibiotics at my kid all the time. And my kids started to have a fever and acting like a cold and all that. And so I wasn't gonna run to the doctor and do all that. And like cookies a cold is this. I don't want to be one of those, you know, Dr moms at over does. And then you know, he wasn't eating and I finally said you went to heck with this. I don't care what people think I you know, I got to examined my baby and my baby needs treatment. I'm going to bring him at what my kid had plus pockets all over his throat. So my kid had strep as a baby. And I felt guilty that I waited hours before examining the kid. And so now, I just do things way differently. And I also don't care about public opinion as many of you guys know. You know? I mean, I want my kids to be ready and prepared out there. I, you know. To prepare them for as TD's. I don't really know what the birds and the bees talk is. I don't know why they called the person the bees I never got birds and the bees talk, my parents would not talk to me about sex. When I asked I get in trouble. So I was afraid to ask you just weren't supposed to bring that up. So I didn't know what you know. I had to learn everything from my friends big sister. What tell me, so I kinda had to learn everything from my friends, and you know, the to- worry. There was no visual aids. It was just all tell me as a really really, you know, really. Oh, nah. I'll pass for now. I mean, you know, when you're really young you really really don't know. But I didn't think that for my children. I mean, I answered their questions and full when they ask how sex in what it was. But for me sense education was teaching them about STD's. So I would bring home one of my gynecologic. Gotta classical books that I was using as a reference, then I would open up the pictures, and I would tell them stuff. This is what happens when you don't use a condom this to o o m s. Yeah. And this and my kids were probably preteens, and you know, you just saw there is pop out and their jaws drop, and I'm like, look, all right? When you have sex, right. It's a real real big decision. And you know, there needs to be a real good reason for you to do that. Now, did they remember that did they, you know? But I mean, it sounds like why kids are being very very conservative when it comes to that. And I didn't want to scare him, and, you know, make a paranoid. But I, you know, I I just very honest and upfront. So I think the best sort of parenting is being honest, making sure they're prepared and teach them, but.

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"al vic" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

10:06 min | 3 years ago

"al vic" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"AL Vic, thanks to Genesis communications network for making the show happen. Daniel is working the dials and Vic thanks for tuning in. We really do. Appreciate it. Don't forget to follow us on Twitter and on Facebook, the doctor Dolly show. So what looks like the El Chapo jury has reached a verdict, and we don't have it. They say they've reached a verdict. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You know, how that goes? All I get it. Okay. To reach a verdict. So where the hell is it? Okay. The reason why is there's always a big announcement that they've reached a verdict. Then we have to wait for them to actually tell the judge and everybody in the corporate. So I guess the jury as reach a verdict and our just waiting for two and a half months and anonymous partly sequestered jury of seven women and five men sat through this case described as international drug trafficking, one to one and apparently at Joaquin El Chapo Guzman Laura's trial, the prosecution was based largely on witness testimony. Apparently, jurors are two hundred hours of testimony from fifty six witnesses, including fourteen cooperating witnesses mostly traffickers, a cartel associates. That defense attorney dismissed as lifelong liars willing to perjure themselves in exchange for reduced sentences. Whatever that he says now now, it's like, well, I, you know. How do you know who to believe apparently murders were detailed like very descriptively tortures murders. Corruptions Narko mistresses. Escapee's that had to that were naked that rebel to get out of there. Diamond encrusted, pistols, apparently a lot of evidence. Intercepted phone calls. Text messages. Lot of cocaine dropped off. They said potato sacks not in the courtroom. Yep. And they see as IT specialist. A computer geek from Columbia and Rigas. He testified against it. He provided the fence access to text messages cell phone conversations with chapel. Oh boy. I mean, did you guys see narcos that takes a lot of guts? And I I mean faith that you're going to be protected to be able to come out against a drug cartel leader, like El Chapo, so deliberations started I guess Monday was at yesterday. So anyway, they have a bird too soon as we find out. We'll let you guys know. I'm not very. I'm not very up on what's going on. Because I'm like, I said I've been only watching kind of narcos and so right now with narcos, El Chapo is still the driver. So he hasn't really. In fact, they call him chapel. And I don't think they really call them that back then so we're still in the late eighties early nineties where I'm at. All right. We'll keep you guys posted one eight seven seven one eight seven seven zero CD AIBA corruption is everywhere. I mean, and it's, you know, whether El Chapo gets sentenced or not. Look at this or being told that the bowl of vaccine was offered in exchange for sex. Okay. Bowl has killed nearly one hundred kids so far. This is the second. Worst outbreak. We've seen Bola almost one hundred kids one hundred eighty I've been orphaned by the disease. And we're being told that is part of the vaccination program. There were claims that women in order to get the vaccine or being asked for sexual favors. This is ridiculous. They say research by several NGOs, according to the guardian has revealed that a deep mistrust of health workers is rife in the DRC, the Democratic Republic Congo and gender-based violence is believed to have increased since the start of the outbreak. And they say the research was presented a national task force meeting. And they're having trouble controlling this outbreak. And there's a lot of reasons for that. You got the insurgents you got, you know, people not really wanting to come forward to us modern medicine folks and get help because there's a lot of distress you have people trying to flee the area. So it's hard to contain. So they've been vaccinating people. And from what we understand vaccinate people. Pretty well. Until we're hearing that well, there's been again VS happening in this type of stuff where you're only going to give the vaccine if you get a sexual favor is somebody that shouldn't even be. I mean, I it's it's horrifying to think that's happening. So they say the meeting was told them multiple respondents. And once said he had raised concerns over individuals, offering Ebola related services such as vaccinations in exchange for sexual favors the risk of exploitation. They save by frontline evola workers was also mentioned by several focus groups, and you wonder why many of the villagers or people in the city or these towns don't want to deal with right? You know, people coming in and. You know trying to help. They're being exploited many of them. There's eight concerns of raised over reported increase in stigma and violence facing women. So women are blamed for failing to prevent the spread of the disease. According to the research by the International Rescue Committee. They say women who are responsible for caring for the sick. And ensure that children washing your hands faced a rising workload with many feeling traumatized and exhausted. That's at a recent meeting, what participant of focus groups and women are isolated during their periods and are accused of having the virus. Oh, can you imagine? So somebody has her period, and many many societies will have a woman Goater like a hot to have her period. They don't have their period in the house. So women are supposed to be like temporarily banished into other quarters to have their period. Now. I mean in in the bible women are considered unclean. When they have the period, you're not supposed to sleep with them. You're not supposed to touch them. Depend on how religious you are. And so you're not supposed to have sex when you have your period. Now, I've been asked, you know, from a medical standpoint is a dangerous to have sex when somebody has her period, if it's your wife and the medical staff in the medical in the medical realm. You know, there are risks. However, if it's somebody that you don't know, and they have a sexually transmitted disease. Absolutely touching blood from somebody else, could expose you. Right. And then from a why would that be on the bible? Well, I like to find the science and find what sort of, you know, why would certain laws be there and a woman usually kick at pregnant when she's on her period. So if the purpose of sex during biblical times, the was for procreation and a woman is actively bleeding, which means there's a much lower chance of getting pregnant, although you still can't get pregnant on your period. If you off late and there's an egg and your Philippian tube floating around trying to come down the pike there. There is still a chance of getting pregnant, but I don't think back then they realized that and they assumed the, you know, because they knew that, you know, well, somebody gets pregnant mid cycle when they're on their cycle. They're not going to get pregnant. So no reason. So recreational sex was a really big right in the bible. So that's why. That was there. And so now, they say that women having their period appear people think that they have because they're bleeding now, you would think well, duh. They're bleeding period. But if they just see blood on a sheet, they may not know where that's coming from. So not good. So they say the region of the DNC has as long as sexual violence exploitation of women and girls, it's an issue that should have been anticipated. See now, you know, we haven't really been covering Ebola. Mostly in the news because it's all been about the shutdown, and what's been going on with Washington, and you know, the recent election, and I'm the no the Mueller. You just all this other political as I'm more interested in what that was going on with the possible. Second evil outbreak for me, that's kind of important, and when you hear that this happens, and it's, you know, a couple of lines in an article that doesn't mean that this isn't really really happening. I was just at the euro foundation gal, I was one of the MC's that helped. That. Was there and hero foundation? Gal is a fantastic show foundation. They help unmask right? You know, some of the stuff that's going on out there in terms of sex trafficking of assault, and as well as other issues like over medication with, you know, stimulants, etc. And you know, many people just aren't aware of a lot of the bad. It's like this whole other dimension of stuff going on. And you know, we'll watch movies, and we'll watch Netflix like, oh, really that happens. And then we'll be aware. But if we did it do that if we didn't actively do that we would have. No. And so, you know, if Bola outbreak comes to us because of this attack on women and this. You know? Pudding selfish interests. I is probably going to be one of the sickest things that we could see because people are going to die one eight seven.

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"al vic" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"al vic" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The AL Vic, thanks Genesis communications network from making the show happen. Vic, thanks Daniel is working the dials and Vic thanks for tuning. And we really do predate it gets to follow us on Twitter. It's after an on Facebook, Dr is show. So I if you guys heard about Los Angeles teachers are on strike, we're finding out that about six hundred thousand students are affected by this thirty two thousand Los Angeles teachers and staff members coming from one of the biggest school districts in the country. Have walked off the job today. I believe they have the second biggest school district to New York. This CNN. They say weeks of heated negotiations before the United teachers, Los Angeles union and the Los Angeles unified school district went nowhere. So it led to the city's first teacher strike and thirty years, and it looks like they have rain over there. So they're all out in the rate. They say both the union and the school districts say they want smaller class sizes vigor teachers salaries and more counselors, and nurses because the district has about a thousand schools now students are still expensive to go to school during the strike. Strike could go on for days. Parents need to go to work. They pay taxes kids need to be going to school. So while the adults are kind of you know, all the grownups are talking. This kids are kids are supposed to be there in school. Now from what we understand the six hundred thousand students may have to combine classes because there's about two thousand reassigned administrators and four hundred substitute teachers. So it's a case by case school by school. And some parents like this. I'm not going to risk my child safety. Andrew krone kept his four children home saying it's just a sheer overwhelming number of children versus adults. I'm not risking my children's safety. So apparently, the UT LA the LA USDA have made some concessions here. The school district kind of accused each other of misleading facts and figures. Oh, it's it's a blood sport with schools and administration. And I I mean, I've shots when I hear all the stuff that seems to go on it blows my mind and a school districts said, adding nearly twelve hundred more educators teachers counselors, nurses, librarians of..

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"al vic" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"al vic" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Seven seven zero see the AL Vic, thanks Genesis communications network from the show happen. Vic, thanks Daniel is working the dials and big, thanks. You all for tuning in. We really do. Appreciate it doesn't get the follow us on Twitter at Dr Dalia on Facebook, Dr Dalia show. So not sure if you guys heard about Los Angeles teachers are on strike, we're finding out that about six hundred thousand students are affected by this thirty two thousand Los Angeles. Teachers and staff members coming from one of the biggest school districts of the country have walked off the job today. I believe have the second biggest school district to New York. This is being reported by CNN. They say weeks of heated negotiations before the United teachers, Los Angeles union and the Los Angeles unified school district went nowhere. So it led to the city's first teacher strike in thirty years. And it looks like they have rain over there. So they're all out in the rate. They say both the union and the school districts say they want smaller class sizes vigor teacher salaries and more counselors, and nurses because the district has about a thousand schools. Now. Students are still expensive to go to school during the strike. The strike could go on for days. Parents need to go to work. They pay taxes kids need to be going to school. So while the adults are kind of, you know, while the grownups to talking these kids. Kids don't spread it to be there in school. Now from what we understand the six hundred thousand students may have to combine classes because there's about two thousand reassigned administrators and four hundred substitute teachers. So it's a case by case school by school. And some.

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"al vic" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

09:08 min | 3 years ago

"al vic" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"How do you get Aaron Rodgers finally back to being Aaron Rodgers? That is a great question. I think Aaron Rodgers is a phenomenal phenomenal talent. And I I just think that you know, we're we're going to implement a process that is focused on improving daily. And I think there's no doubt in my mind that he's going to approach it head on. And and we are going to get to the level that we need to get to. Matlock floor. Choose your words, very carefully, my friend. You don't want to upset Aaron Rodgers that. Of course, Green Bay Packers new head coach, by the way shot. Al Vic Fangio getting hired as a head coach of the Denver Broncos today. Well deserved. I think if Kyle Shanahan had it to do all over again. And he was sitting there thinking Jimmy or Vic fee, we're going Vic Fangio baby all the happiest man. Denver right now. It's got to be von Miller. Yeah. Imagine that and Bradley. Oh, yeah. No, he's absolutely in in the way Vic works with his players. The love that his players have for him. It's it's something pretty incredible. And the Chicago Bears. They now have a gaping hole to fill. You know, when I started thinking about the head coaching jobs, and we like to go through this every year, which job is quote, the most attractive, I guess if you're just joining us in maybe you're catching up with the news of the day. Adam gays was fired after three seasons at twenty three and twenty five with the dolphins. He's been hired by the jets Mike McCarthy. Former Packers head coach said he was only interested in the jets job sounds like they were more interested in Adam gays. I mean, you look at it leflore Kingsbury gays all these guys the one thing that Freddie, kitchen and Cleveland, Bruce Arians is back in the NFL, all offensive minded coaches, and for those guys young young and willing to work the ridiculous. Our? Hours just like in radio. Young in Hungary. Hell, yeah. It means you work for long hours for not a lot of money. You're hired bro. I mean, look that's pretty common business strategy. I think it's safe to say these days. Yeah. Right. But you know, not to say that these guys don't deserve the opportunity. I mean, you could maybe argue cliff Kingsbury kinda got fast track. It could you imagine? Like, if you're going through that process, you know, and you're kind of one of the old hats who's been in the NFL for so many years, and you know, this is your time. And then you see. Oh, yeah. You didn't get the job. Okay. Well, who'd you hire? Oh, oh, oh, oh, cliff. Kingsbury? Oh, the guy with no NFL experience that guy. Oh, great. Thanks for that upset you more. When it gets. You more upset if it'd be one of the guys that never wins and gets recycled. The retread passed over for Billy. Joe nobody Jeff Fisher again. Yeah, you're right. I mean, boy, I guess it just sucks not to get jobs period. Regardless of who it goes to at least if you go with somebody who's established. I mean, look say what you want a lot of these retread coaches while know a lot of maybe haven't had this success lay Mike McCarthy's won a Super Bowl and Adam gays was flavor of the month three years ago. Dude, the bears the bears should got rid of John FOX kept Adam gates, Jay color. The only coast ever. Get Jay Cutler to do anything was Adam gays colors awful, but Adam gates, at least made them look like reasonable. And when you think about these jobs. I mean, you know, Packers, of course, probably draw the most prestige, but you got Aaron Rodgers at thirty five years old defense isn't great. They've got devante Adams Jimmy Graham was a big flame out. I'll tell you. What if you're Matt leflore? I mean, obviously placating Aaron Rodgers is good for business but give the ball to Aaron Jones. The Packers used him like less than basically any of the top running backs in the NFL last year. And I think he was maybe second in yards per carry last year. I mean, Aaron Jones was one of the best running backs in the NFL when they actually gave him the ball and the guy routinely had eleven twelve thirteen carries. It's like you that got the ball twenty times game Jamal Williams there too. It was just all about Aaron Rodgers throwing forty five times a game and Mike McCarthy thinking well that was the only way they were gonna win. I think when you have a suspect defence running the rock is a is a great way to go. Because if you're on the field with that offense, guess what your defense is not on the field, which if you're the Packers. That's a good thing. I'd still probably put the Packers job out of all the jobs in Packers. Browns jets dolphins? Bengals cardinals Broncos buccaneers. I probably put that number one. I think I'd go Brown's number two. I really would. I mean things really started to turn especially after they fired Hugh. But even before that I mean they lost that game to the saints. They had that tired of the steel. But they were competitive they really only got routed in like two of their games this year. And then, you know, having Baker Mayfield do what he was able to do this year. If for a perspective. Situation a slide into I mean defense has got some pieces. There are a lot of high pigs, Myles Garrett, etc. I think that job looks pretty damn good rolling into Cleveland. And I, you know, now you've seen maybe some of that momentum start to go in the other direction as it was really moving in the downward direction since they came back since Kelly Holcomb blue that lead to Tommy Maddox in the playoffs back in two thousand and three. And then after that boy, I mean buccaneers look that defense isn't great Sean Jackson once out Jameis Winston. They're gonna have to commit to him only. If you believe in Jameis Winston, I think Bruce Arians, probably of that crop of of coaches, at least he's been around the block. I mean, he got Carson Palmer really had his best measure success especially late in his career. No Palmer's pretty good early in his career. But you know, in the latter stages like post raiders for Carson Palmer that was a decent little runny had there with the cardinals at the end. I mean, the Broncos they've got defense there. But you have a quarterback quarterback cardinals. Josh rosen. Not for me. Josh rosen. No chance. Bengals O L. No, that's probably the least desirable job. At least the cardinals. They got a good stadium. Got David Johnson. They got Christian Kirk some pieces on defense Buddha. Baker got golden. But the Bengals. Yeah. But if you coach the head coach for Cincinnati. I mean, you don't have to win you're locked in until twenty forty two no doubt. You could go to the next seventeen years. I mean, look the Steelers keep your coaches because they win Cincinnati keeps them because nobody wants to go to Cincinnati. Yeah. And then the dolphins. I mean, no chance they don't have a quarterback. Tannehill is not the answer. And there's not a lot of discernible talent. There that's got to be near the bottom. And then the jets I mean, I know a lot of people are high on Sam darnold, and I know he didn't have a lot of weapons to throw the ball to last year. When I look at Sam darnold, though, I see you gotta turn the ball over a lot. And I know he's got talent. I mean, there's no doubt about it. He's got a great arm. And I do think he's going to be pretty good Franny and our talking last night. He said would you take Sam darnold over Mitchell Trubisky on the bears right now? And I said, no. No, I'd roll at your Bisky. He didn't agree. And that's cool. I mean, that's you know, that's the essence of sports we debate. And I got a ride with your Bisky right now. And I don't think I could give you a clear objective answer right now. Anyway, I'm still kind of reeling. But today, I think was the today was my best day, so far, Dave I think I only curse Cody park allowed maybe three times today. So I'm getting better. That's not too bad because I'm still grinding over the immaculate reception. Seventy two. Oh my God. And I think what makes me feel a little better than I think the bears are gonna win the Super Bowl this year. Anyway. So it's like, okay. So it just helped her draft positioning gets into the day. But I didn't the raiders traffic, by the way. Oh, that's right. You're right. Oh, yeah. Screw them. Then screw you to Marcus. You're right though. But not talking the other pick second round third round, Paul baby. We moved up a little bit. But I really would have liked to have seen them play the Rams in LA this weekend, which I was going to go do not my boys. Like, hey, we're still gonna go. See cowboys. Rams. I was like, yeah. I'll see you there. All right coming up on the other side. We'll do this Dayton history. And of course, we will continue to talk about Cuyler Murray. A lot of texts coming in five. Widow says oracle never be close to rural nation, of course. Not absolutely no chance baby. Call boral. Thank you. Yeah. Oracle baby. They go corporate influence. It's ruining sports. I don't really care what it's called. I just wanna see competitive. Baseball games this date in history. Coming up top of the hour. Don't trip giants fans. Andrew swagger Lee of the athletic is gonna join us a little hot stove. Maybe we'll call it gets the lukewarm stove. And by the way, giants hot stove show was on earlier tonight Drouin Kevin had on Andrew Suarez and bam. Bam. You'll those interviews are podcast a Cambio dot com. If you're a giants fan, bursting at the seems to get some giants talk. We got you covered right here on the sports leader..

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