7 Burst results for "Ala Michael"

"ala michael" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:38 min | 2 weeks ago

"ala michael" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Out there to imagine Jackie's on stage. Shooter should be do wop start to go on another lonely teardrops. At that moment, he doesn't spin just before he does his first line, Ala. Michael Jackson, because that's where Michael probably got it from, And then he does another spin and takes off his jacket, throws his jacket over his shoulder and sings the first line and does his footwork like you can't believe so get ready because this is the last song of the Brooklyn Paramount Show, done by The most incredible entertainer that you have ever seen at that point in your lifetime, young teenage kids out the audience. Here we go. Get ready, okay? And here comes Jackie with Romi Teardrops is fine. Oh, my God. Oh, I should say you will say, Well, my heart More drops. My God! Let me Oh, will see you. You will. Hey, just you, me. Okay? Every day. You don't go away. You know that does nothing but Hello. Oh, come on, just sail will save with me. Wait. Yep. Was.

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"ala michael" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

Court TV Podcast

05:00 min | Last month

"ala michael" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

"Guilt phase of the derek. Chauvin murder trial has begun with opening statements. Giving us a clear picture of the strategies of the prosecution and defense court tv michael. I iowa joins me to break down what we've learned this is the court. Tv podcast with vinnie. Paz vinnie paul. And welcome to the court. Tv podcast thank you so much for downloading and listening and we are in the middle of the big one minnesota vs derek chauvin. The man accused of murdering. George floyd and this is a case taken on a life of its own. We know the impact. That the death of george floyd has had will now. It's time to figure out what it all means. Inside a courtroom as our system of justice takes a look at it and a jury of twelve people will decide whether or not dirk chauvin murdered. George floyd and court tv of course giving you gavel to gavel coverage of this so in this podcast really wanted take a deep dive into the opening statements because opening statements are really the roadmap for the entire trial. This is where the attorneys for both sides will lay out what they believe. The evidence will show in the case and we got a few surprises during opening statements and got a feel and a flavor for who the attorneys are. That will be trying. This case will be the voice for either side with me. Is court tv anchor. Michael i ala michael. I wanna start off. We're going to focus here on the prosecution but before we get to that i just want your overall take of both sides. The way i saw it was prosecutors came in they were polished. They were professional but not over the top in terms of passionate then. The defense came in and there wasn't quite as much polish. Not so many bells and whistles and even less passion. So what was your take of what you heard in those opening statements. I think i think you hit the nail on the head there vinnie. I think the prosecution came in very very prepared. They had a presentation a powerpoint presentation. That was extremely. Well done set out. The time line was very clear that they had a sense of where the defense was when go and they kicked off all the arguments they will go into make and made their own arguments putting into the mind of jurors the arguments that they were going to make. I thought they did a great job of what i call your ones things like He did not let up. He did not get up things like that. That will stay in the jurors minds as they continue throughout this case Excessive force is assault Things like that. That would give something..

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"ala michael" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

Court TV Podcast

02:24 min | Last month

"ala michael" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

"We are in the middle of the big one minnesota vs derek chauvin. The man accused of murdering. George floyd and this is a case taken on a life of its own. We know the impact. That the death of george floyd has had will now. It's time to figure out what it all means. Inside a courtroom as our system of justice takes a look at it and a jury of twelve people will decide whether or not dirk chauvin murdered. George floyd and court tv of course giving you gavel to gavel coverage of this so in this podcast really wanted take a deep dive into the opening statements because opening statements are really the roadmap for the entire trial. This is where the attorneys for both sides will lay out what they believe. The evidence will show in the case and we got a few surprises during opening statements and got a feel and a flavor for who the attorneys are. That will be trying. This case will be the voice for either side with me. Is court tv anchor. Michael i ala michael. I wanna start off. We're going to focus here on the prosecution but before we get to that i just want your overall take of both sides. The way i saw it was prosecutors came in they were polished. They were professional but not over the top in terms of passionate then. The defense came in and there wasn't quite as much polish. Not so many bells and whistles and even less passion. So what was your take of what you heard in those opening statements. I think i think you hit the nail on the head there vinnie. I think the prosecution came in very very prepared. They had a presentation a powerpoint presentation. That was extremely. Well done set out. The time line was very clear that they had a sense of where the defense was when go and they kicked off all the arguments they will go into make and made their own arguments putting into the mind of jurors the arguments that they were going to make. I thought they did a great job of what i call your ones things like He did not let up. He did not get up things like that. That will stay in the jurors minds as they continue throughout this case Excessive force is assault Things like that. That would give something. The jury can hang onto as the case

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The Death of George Floyd Murder Trial: Opening Statements

Court TV Podcast

02:24 min | Last month

The Death of George Floyd Murder Trial: Opening Statements

"We are in the middle of the big one minnesota vs derek chauvin. The man accused of murdering. George floyd and this is a case taken on a life of its own. We know the impact. That the death of george floyd has had will now. It's time to figure out what it all means. Inside a courtroom as our system of justice takes a look at it and a jury of twelve people will decide whether or not dirk chauvin murdered. George floyd and court tv of course giving you gavel to gavel coverage of this so in this podcast really wanted take a deep dive into the opening statements because opening statements are really the roadmap for the entire trial. This is where the attorneys for both sides will lay out what they believe. The evidence will show in the case and we got a few surprises during opening statements and got a feel and a flavor for who the attorneys are. That will be trying. This case will be the voice for either side with me. Is court tv anchor. Michael i ala michael. I wanna start off. We're going to focus here on the prosecution but before we get to that i just want your overall take of both sides. The way i saw it was prosecutors came in they were polished. They were professional but not over the top in terms of passionate then. The defense came in and there wasn't quite as much polish. Not so many bells and whistles and even less passion. So what was your take of what you heard in those opening statements. I think i think you hit the nail on the head there vinnie. I think the prosecution came in very very prepared. They had a presentation a powerpoint presentation. That was extremely. Well done set out. The time line was very clear that they had a sense of where the defense was when go and they kicked off all the arguments they will go into make and made their own arguments putting into the mind of jurors the arguments that they were going to make. I thought they did a great job of what i call your ones things like He did not let up. He did not get up things like that. That will stay in the jurors minds as they continue throughout this case Excessive force is assault Things like that. That would give something. The jury can hang onto as the case

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"ala michael" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:01 min | 2 months ago

"ala michael" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"To play all 82. Probably not, and LeBron's only done that in the later part of his career. One time is last year with the cabs, but I also think The league was Dan three years ago in a very dangerous spot with load management. Do you remember the nationally televised Spurs Warriors game? Both teams were like on pace for 65 wins and nobody played. Why didn't placate even play stepped in play? Clay didn't play and it was becoming a trend. And I think LeBron is helping stop that, because while guys will still rest on some back to backs if LeBron jumped on the quiet Leonard from last year load management plan, then it would become even more accepted and that be terrible for the business of basketball. So I think LeBron is responsibility to his teammates and a bigger responsibility to the league. Kind of remind guys. Hey, I'm the oldest guy out here. I played more minutes and everybody I'm available. Let's try to be more available to our fans, and Georgie makes it almost seems like he's doing it on purpose to deliver this message. Okay. I'm old school and I agree with you. You show up for work. I mean, my generation, which is a lot older than yours. We just showed up for work. We didn't get a pat on the back. You just went toe work. LeBron is going to work. But is it smart? Because the his goal is to win a championship and be an M V p in that order. Is it smart on his part to be showing up and playing every night? I think it is for him specifically because he is shown he and Carl Malone Are the only guys in league history that I think we can say they, their body just seems to handle, wear and tear differently than everyone else ever. I mean, he slipped on a wet spot on Christmas Day is first year with Lakers and tourist growing. Aside from that he's been indestructible. And so I never once watched the playoff series with LeBron and then, like, You know what he looks tired. He plays more minutes and he looks fine. So I do think for certain guys. There is an element of you need to be peeking at the end of the year. But the other thing, and I would I have this question for you, Dan. Some of it seems like pseudo science and guesswork. Because what what happened with Paul George a few days ago? Embarrassing. It was like it's like, okay, He's a 32.5 minutes. Not a second more. Do you know what it reminded me of? 35 years ago, Jordan when he was coming off the foot injury, and I only remember because it was in the last dance. He wanted to come back in the game in the last minute, Remember, he was arguing with the coach and the doctors came down there like no 18 minutes. Maximum, like Really with this is the by our science is like is like our train system and it How did you move? Cole 100 years ago, Put it on a train. We haven't improved that and we're not improving this either. It's like we guess an amount of minutes and that's what it is. So I don't even People are like, Oh, you've got to listen to the science. But I think on the minute stuff the sciences guessing. I think it's just really guesswork. And I've never seen evidence otherwise and in baseball, Dan Which I don't talk about a lot, but you do it somewhat. It's Jeff Passan wrote a great book that since they have been more focused on pitch counts, like pitch arm injuries have gone up. So some of this I just don't think we have mastered yet And I think erring on the side of all play when I'm healthy is pretty smart. He's like right co host of first things. First on Fox Sports. One Kyrie Irving had something on Instagram where he said maybe we change the logo from Jerry West to Kobe Bryant. Did you see the league? I know Jerry West would be fine with that, because Jerry's embarrassed to be the logo. Um, and he brought Kobe into the league brought him into the Lakers. Could you see where the league would sign off on Kobe? Replacing Jerry West is the logo. So a few things one is I read and I didn't read a whole article about it. But I did read yesterday that one of the reasons it has stayed Jerry West. Is they don't have to pay any royalties on that logo, And I think if you did it with Kobe or with anybody, LeBron's block on England, Ala. Michael Jordan anything All of a sudden you're gonna have to pay a royalty on every in. And that seems untenable to go from $0, too, Even if it's just a small percentage. I just don't think that's realistic. I do think, though, if I'm going to touch the third rail yer that Kyrie in his comments on the idea, Like his second line, he did raise it to me a valid point. Which is the MBA is a black league. It is an overwhelmingly black league and the success of the league has been built for the vast majority by black players, and it does seem a little anachronistic. We've got a white dude from 1962 is the logo. But I also think you I think A lot of people don't even know that he's the logo. You know. You know what? I know what I think most fans probably don't know that that's an actual person. That in that logo Yeah. And, you know, having spoke to Jerry West about this, You know, you can tell where I don't think they conferred with him. They basically just made him the logo and then he didn't really acknowledge it for a long time. I mean, growing up, I sort of knew it was Jerry because there was a picture that a company that logo picture but Jerry Is embarrassed almost to bring that up. And I agree with you. I don't know if the NBA Congar Oh, hey, we're gonna have Kobe is the logo. What's it going to cost us? Right? And but I don't know. I think I res onto something. But I don't know if if he's on to something that will actually come to fruition. Well, I wonder. I wonder of renaming.

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"ala michael" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:23 min | 7 months ago

"ala michael" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"This morning with looking Lewis about Garrett Bowls and the way that he's played so far this year. It's great to see what he's done. You know, we had the hopes that he'd continue to climb and continue to learn because he has the athletic ability to play left tackle. You know for him to continue to grow is doing that with a bad elbow to which I'm really, you know, He's a tough guy and doing it with an oboe, and he's playing with a brace on it. So you know he's really done a nice job, and he's just starting to get more comfortable there. Understand what we're don't understand the game and growing up And even though he's an older guy still growing up, and so we're excited about how he's been planned. You know, Hopefully you can continue to do this and you know we get 6 12 more games at him like he's playing light right now, and we'll revisit it at the end of the year. And that obviously revisited at the end of the year would be That's a new contract for Garrett balls. Yeah, and I think the Ah Ah, Broncos would probably be a lot sooner than 12 games before they started that conversation. Meaning? You know if you let a guy was talented, get to the end of his Contract his rookie contract. He will hit free agency period. That's just business. That's the way it goes. Way. Want no part of that. Well, we don't want to wait. Don't want to develop somebody else. We don't want to develop a guy for somebody else. Yeah. Amen To that. Alright, Let's talk a little love. Broncos PATRIOTS. Ted Johnson, Former C You buff, three time Super Bowl champion in the NFL does a great job as an analyst on NBC Sports Boston for the Patriots. He's joining us now on our hotline in and Ted, you ready for some some Monday afternoon football. I am. I just found out the news. That's probably the best thing, but I just want to say it's good to see all of you and tragically, my boy Big Al Williams. It's good to talk to you, my friends, man, It's always good to catch up with you, Ted. It's ah It's fantastic that you found your way back to the Boston area. So you have family there. The kids were there. And of course, you won three Super Bowls out there. Was it been like to be back in the Boston area? They treat you very well here. Big Ala. Michael like it's you know, it was great to be part of something that I'm not sure we'll ever come close to being duplicated or match. With the 20 year old dad here, and to be part of it at the beginning is great. So when you went in this town you treated very well. When you lose in this town. It's a different story. They run you the hell out of here. So unfortunately on the good side of that, so it's been great, my friend I've been, but my kids are in high school. And so I'm glad I got a guy came back just in time to see them through the informative years. The formative years. All right, So, Ted, we know that's Ah Corona virus has been A little bit of an issue for for the Patriots. We know they didn't practice today, and this is this is obviously a good thing for for Cam Newton to possibly be behind center for Monday night. You said it, And that's exactly what hit me before I got on the phone when you got there, you know, Trying who's who's this is the you know where the advantage in this for what came and I mean, clearly. With the Patriots have been able to be on the field practicing. It's clearly I think that the Broncos is a huge advance. But you just said it and I hit me. I was like, Well, wait a minute. They give the opportunity for Cam Newton. Play and let's face it, you guys he obviously he was the starting quarterback for the first three games, and if he was playing against Kansas City last Monday or their fourth game, I think the outcome is much different. So if he's able to play in this game, I think that would bode well for the Patriots. All things considered. Let's face it. I think he has exceeded maybe maybe not, you guys, but he's exceeded my expectations. I just did not see it going well for Cam Newton when he when he first was Brought in at the end of June. I did not see it working out. I thought it was a bad culture fit. I just did not see Cam Newton buying in the way he has. He has certainly brought in. I didn't Josh we games will come up. The office coordinator for the patients come up with great schemes in great ways. Exploit what he's really good at. I did not see in anticipated looking as good as it has the buy in from Kanun since he got here has are exceeded what I thought so. You're right. If he can play on Monday, that really would I think change things because I'll be honest if the Patriots get the same quarterback play that they got in the Kansas City Chiefs game of Brian Hoyer. Or Jared said, Um, I think it's I think will be a tough game for the fact that passed the wind, even even, you know, because mostly because they're not gonna have the proper practice time. Ah, like the Denver Broncos. We have Ted, you know it. It seems that Coach Belichick has reverted back to the early days when you played there with the Patriots and and plan good, fundamental run all fans and solid defense as the tools to win the football game. It's clear that they don't mind running Cam, but also that there, OK, we're running down on third down. Yeah. Why do you have to? I think big outlet because this face it. You know, the third down passing attack, I think is one thing that is the Patriots on offense or vulnerable..

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"ala michael" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"ala michael" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Just a few days ago and this is this is a tremendous opportunity to restrict restructure it was a democratic politician watching does really really makes especially the classic Washington gaffe ala Michael Kinsley all those decades ago was the washing gaffe was one of accidentally telling the truth I don't have to be a politician I can be a journalist it classic washing get accidentally tells the truth that's the washing up but does show a mangled a couple of things in there but that's okay he said to them or what he meant to say was that James Clyburn declared it's a tremendous opportunity key words to restructure things also key words to fit our vision this is like an invading communist army with designs on America I am very intentions are malevolent they are not noble they are not in your interests they are in their interests they are corrupt they are racist more than sixty times imposes one thousand page bill the words diversity or divers are years because that's what the corona virus is all about is diversity diversity diversity mandating the big Mister Charlie the hobnail boot of the state coming down on boards of directors of corporations demanding that they have union representatives on the board of directors that they have representation to the court on the border there mandating this now over the virus hi this is the wish list their their damp fantasy list that dates back to the Bolshevik revolution of nineteen seventeen which Bernie Sanders actually participated in as a water boy all water boy another Democrat is well I don't I'm gonna I'm gonna say Madonna from an art but I I what I do want to do this because no let's go to Madonna now because I I want to get to Rio Jr Denia the tell your fellow who took the cocktail of drugs I want to give him a little bit of time to breathe I think Madonna is a songstress just like Cardi B. just like Cardi B. as a centrist and and Madonna she let's face it you know none of us is not as young as we used to be but there she is in a bathtub stark raving naked and she's talking about the corona virus being a great equalizer I guess she's never heard that death is the ultimate equalizer in life but this is not an equalizer it is very prejudicial against older people but here's Madonna not very bright very very wealthy private jets lots of mansions Sean Penn say no more Madonna on the corona virus she thinks it's the great equalizer and something like that may nineteenth doesn't care about our issues are you are how funny you are how smart you are great equalizer I'm terrible about is what's going on in and what's terrible about it is what's great about it with your other weird harp music in the background maybe she's dead and she's coming to us from the afterlife for something maybe she's meeting Mister Jordan up there and she's they center back what's great about it what was that last part what's what's terrible about it is what's great about it is the great equalizer she discovered the concept of death not very bright these Hollywood people yes I have thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House I was a little concerned where she was going with that sentence from but it was just extreme terrorist violence that she was headed for her that's okay because there's a Republican in the White House so the new York times is good with that they're they're all about that fear not yeah and I've got a gentleman who took the magic elixir that may be very very useful in combating the corona virus that president trump is rushing through the bureaucratic process hi and there is a survivor I had he was on the fox news channel this morning I've audio from him coming up Madonna not so bright really not very bright she's still looking for that cope with that that leather jacket with the pyramid on the back I think desperately seeking Susan reference you know postage rates have gone.

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