21 Burst results for "Baber"
Al Qaeda's Abu Muhammad al-Masri Secretly Killed in Iran
"Has denied a report in the New York Times that Israeli agents killed the number to figure in Al Qaeda on the streets of Tehran. Baber says Abu Mohammed al Masri was shot dead in August by two men on a motorbike at the behest of the United States.
"baber" Discussed on WWL
"Though Cole had a really good year, Bieber had a great year, right for the Indians. Obviously, B bird is whip is strike. Every thing's off the chain, right. But you know what, Like I was kind of looking at their numbers really studying this morning, and this is one of the things you don't necessarily see in a 60 games were don't factor in You know Shane Baber the plate he pitched against the Royals twice the Tigers twice and the Pirates once those air five of the worst offenses in baseball, right? And his last three starts, which encompasses basically 20 innings. He's given up seven runs, which isn't terrible, but the hits have gone up the opponent's batting average. You've got a contrast in that two Gerrit Cole with with Higashi Okay now, thankfully catch instead of Sanchez, The butcher, the stone handed catcher Higashi Yoke is cold personal catcher. Hold has been better the last month and Bieber, though Bieber's had the better season, we'll see what happens. That's that. I mean, that is an A plus pitching matchup can't well, that's the problem. That's the problem with this 60 game season, Beatty and we talked about this. Who the nationals we're talking about. The nationals was a disappointing season for them, but you realize that they have to play the American League East because the regional Like disadvantage because of the sick. The Corona virus in the 60 game scheduled made some teams you know, on the receiving end of a favorable schedule. Other teams are on the losing end of it, and we talked about that. I mean, First of all, you know, you got a face to Graham a few times. You gotta face the Blue Jays who could hit especially.
"baber" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Nobody should have to Baber. One side. That's all insurance coverage. Liberty Mutual. Customize your coverage. So you only pay for what you need. I'm at bear with traffic on the fives. Follow us on Twitter at WNBC Traffic. Hollis. Which TV meteorologist. What's going on? Yeah. Hey there, Tony. Gonna be a very nice day across here today. The morning fog out there starting to burn off. At least we're seeing some sunshine downtown. A warm human day. The high temperature 88 degrees clear, warm and muggy tonight. Oh temperature 71. Partly sunny. Hot human Tomorrow chance for an ice Lampton and thunderstorm high. Some Saturday 91 degrees. Better chance of scattered thunderstorms on Sunday, a hot, humid day highs up around 92. Also, there is a risk for maybe a gusty storm on Sunday, and I tell you, we need the rain out there. Parts of Indiana under a moderate dropped right now, and it looks like Tony a pretty good chance of scattered thunderstorms each day for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday off next week. That is Randy Alice of Wish. TV. Randy. Thank you 67 degrees in the American Standard Cooling Weather center. The time is a No. Six. States, UK Canada, alleging that there were Russian cyberattacks on Kobe 19 research centers. Tony Cats great to be with you in 93 W. C. It's an advisory, published by the UK National Cybersecurity Center, details the activity by a Russian hacking group. Now I have said this before, and I'll say it again that when it comes to Russia trying to be a problem, there is only one possible way to handle Russia. Now, don't.
Fighting COVID-19 From the Frontlines of NYC's Immigrant Neighborhoods
"You know? He's being Donna. Ready we are the most people who die now. The the picture is different now but this sunny taty crash. We're going you gotta crises but did you. Let's talk for the beginning soon by a team. We've talked testing people with eating. My ourself and quiz area would find seventy percent of the people were positive which has been alarming. Sensing happened two days after when we went to the Bronx Sixty five to seventy percent positive. And they have to come back. Those buildings apartments small crowded woody international and resources. What we've seen today but dot day so many people seek now. We got different faces knowing that through so much pain now leaving now in the position that people had no money to like food doing pro. Two thousand meals a day in different areas to seeking the congestion with Were sent to teaching Our company nightstalkers because we know now fifty percent our people how the only there are less in their pocket derived. That's gone long ago now. We're GONNA do help we all today now. Jobs people lost fifty percent does agents. Yano joins US your job to Gatien. You're gone plus you act to other people without insurance and without papers circumstance. Afraid they had a lot of the with speeding difficult to find their family member. Who die because freight something could happen today. Where was the disconnect in terms of the testing? Why did the did the city miss? I mean how when you say a month ago you were. Testing would not be expecting this given the conditions. And giving the fact that if you were in a multigenerational house if you were an essential worker if you might have more health conditions of pre existing conditions it just seems that everything that was aimed at. Latino community was happening with this so where was the disconnect they nick was already disconnection that we have to stop paying attention on the socially health or their people live in crowded buildings with Russia. You Sam by the person was sick to the building worse than that those you know within minority note and then nobody was prepared for these. Because who has bundy we said life. Nobody deporting arouse went after we know because we knew people were were crying for giving us good. We bets. You May and building anywhere with Alone Hotel Room because we knew we were sending by millions invisible killer buyers. Plus building knows why this happened. So what did you do besides testing? What what did people you. What we're we're some of the people who are getting tested where we're told me some of the stories of the last month that you heard or your fellow doctors have heard or people in your organization of her for so many ways. But let's start with my pommie. How might keep who say's Saudi got Arresting and when when he got sick he was alone leaving apartment. He was long. He bustled hole. Fifteen days buddy They went back to work do market later. Now that's privilege. Let's go in different direction. Somebody call you. We put tele-medicine from the beginning. That medicine by the end of variety was pulling in Muslims. We plus three three songs and Y to educate our people dialing low. We doctors taking ghetto. Anybody who called even. Where did you. Summer's on the Summer Spacey Betty Portent. That's we knew what was going on right now. You has started like a lady who can out after liberty combat home to hold on is dead John No way whereas it wasn't that she even how the way to have a very often favor baber commission if you find your body and you have to make a seventeen donate. He changed now. He's getting better. But at some point with seventy twenty days cremation you. How the money? So it has the city I mean so where we talk about where we are now. What how is this improved? I mean besides the situation of people with the economic situation has this. Has the health situation improved it in in the community or are there still challenges Geno? I called allergy matching POCAR. What we're sending people city to the billing. Does Ron Koch it. Because what they do every day to work beginning in today the subway on they wouldn't papa. Papa Auditing Kidding that he sees inside those building her but up still coming out just two days ago. What am I secretary? Sister DIE evolving into aided by. Nali what he knows now. Ninety percent of the people going to endorse you die. I mean there is a very difficult thing game. Nobody knew well. Now we know now. We know what happened there? Now we're not to find solutions together. Find a way to test. That's what I've been saying is nine sixteen. That would best. Everybody does we do our you know. We went ahead of the game. Also when we decide to why are they meet a March Test immunological tests for whatever in the world? You these are the time this is
"baber" Discussed on RunPod
"For that little bit of released anyone. Who's on the ruined whom self isolating. I mean if you get the chance to go out every other day and just even if it's just brisk walk pick up the phone and get your heart rate up and just even if you put your headphones on. Say you're listening to this. No while you're out walking or running just switch off from everything else. Just make sure you keep that distance from everyone else and. I actually run on the road. That roots are so quiet traffic. I'm running on the roads just to stay well away from anyone else but I just think it can really help a low and keep your mind stay focused because at this time we do need to keep our minds focused very unsettling time certainly. Isn't it I agree I think like you say even if you just stopped for walk if you can do it and stay away from people like great like you just need to us. I think people really realize the benefits of exercise that maybe haven't done much exercise before right now might be a lot of people knew to run in and really realize wow. This is not just fitness. It's like a mental thing as well which is great if people can realize that. Now here's the thing what happens if they decide that we're not allowed to go running anymore and we have to stay in fulltime. Would you think you're going to feel you know? I was thinking about this year the week and I think it's going to be out running although actually thought you know. I'm cool with it because of friends will can Jessica friends. I'm the face of marks and Spencer got so many friends working so hard to keep food on the shelves of friends in that just off the cuff to people. All webinars to do is stay up so just have respect for the rules and stay home and I think at the end of the day says one way I'm looking at is it's almost like a Kohl's When are we ever have the chance to actually just do nothing? And I. I like to try and take positive from every situation. And if I've been training hard since I was fourteen years old I've never taken a really a couple of weeks off nevermind a month so actually you know what this is a proper rest period. I'm going to make the most of it and try a new skill. I'll do fitness in the house. Push ups pull ups? But maybe what I'll do. I'll think well I used to do one hour excise day. I'M GONNA learn something new so of shocking coupons but other people might want to say right. I'm going to devote an hour to research and a recipe. Pick them on out and cooking for me. I might stop at the now. Might start reading some new books that I would never read a one a probably think of us one of exercise. I'll do something different with run time and try and come out the other end of it with a positive such a really good way to look at. I think that's the more positive the more positively you can look at this whole situation the more. You're gonNA smile your way through as well which is really important. I think if people can look back at the end of volition thing you know. I didn't know how to CUCO. I'd never really run before I'm fitter than I was and actually a taught myself how do a bit of food and got confidence in the kitchen and I think we've just got to stay positive and think about. How can we use this time? You don't normally? How what do you normally do on your commute? Do nothing the upset that will actually think about that. Our that you save in to and from work learn something new you know like read a new buco spent some time. We have family. That's thing I'm finding US spend so much time away from home a much i. It's nice to sit down and have a proper family meal every single night and just not be on our phones and just talk about life not that we of A. Obviously there's not much current affairs to talk about. Actually we can reminisce. We can look old photographs. Do some old fashioned things play ball games in just really enjoy those personal relationships If you're at home with family. That isn't if not got them. Facetime keep connecting. I hear here we. We've been doing a jigsaw render highs. I tell you what day four of the Jigsaw Zohar. Everyone else walks off. It's just me and my own and is but it is true. You just go to find something else. So here's the thing if lock fully does become a thing and we're not allowed until suddenly we're going to we are. We are going to have to be careful with what we eat unless we weren't if we ever want to be able to get back out the front door again when we you and have you got something that you could suggest like if you got like a nice meal that's lighter but will still feel filling. Look at me just throwing things out you and see what you're definitely. I think well for me. I am not one for any trends or fads or any up. I think I was saying before. It's all about portion control of being sensible. If I've just been out for a huge run and I will a bit more pasta. You can stop a pasta dish. Just have a little bit of it and hence not will find those things like lean. Proteins are really quite filling. So maybe if you haven't passed the you might normally low the plight up but you'd be active so it's it's okay but actually have a little bit less prostate. Maybe just a little bit more vegetables on the play. And it's just juice dot com behi- drake and takes lightly by no means anyone of my some giving medical advice his personal spin on it. But it's just been sensible about thinking no. I haven't actually done much activity today. I'm not going to have a biscuit or anomaly off to L. have one so it's just. I don't think change what you're eating. Eat what you enjoy but maybe just have a bit less of it. Yeah that's such a good point and also I mean this bank holiday weekend and I it's it's I mean is typical isn't it is going to be nice weather. It's only four days off for a lot of people know that that's going to be much different necessarily to every other day because we'll still be self isolating home but it's also you know it's time usually when we will be in about seeing friends and family and doing stuff so yeah you're right. Maybe maybe this weekend's a time when you try cooking a lovely meal celebrate Easter Vat way maybe get together with friends on zoom and eat meals together. Where are you going to be having over Easter? Weekend Well on Friday. Good Friday I'm going to have like I'm going to do like a fake away. Fish and chips so I'm GONNA go. I'M GONNA ask the softening I'M GONNA do my weakness shop Get everything I need and if I can get one I want. I'm going to either get salmon see also called and I'm GonNa just read crummy with a bit Apostoli. I'm GonNa Bake that in the oven. Keep it fresh on. I'm GONNA make some sweet potato chips and then I'm GonNa make mushy peas with creme fraiche mushed up frozen peas and a bit eventual out the jaw and then Saturday. I'm not so sure so what I've been doing. The weekend is proper fake away. Some might do like a lamb courier or sweet and sour chicken but then Easter Sunday. I'm going to do a roast leg of lamb on I'm GonNa do it with like roasted vegetables or be some new potatoes make a lovely gravy wilty Yorkshire presence and leg alarm on Sunday hundred percent Yorkshire Pigeons with everything as far as I'm concerned on the boss just throw sitting okay. So then here's the thing. There are Easter eggs lying right. Everyone has these strikes when I was younger. Did you do this when I was really on my brother and I would keep hurry strikes and we'd we'd keep them as long as possible yet to May. I need still have Easter eggs on display dragging the my as long as possible is. There's something you could do with like a bag of mini eggs or Easter eggs to kind of make an exciting desire or something Yeah definitely I think if you do Like not many ex of I'M GONNA post a recipe for ready easy flop Jack. You could just literally drop them in the Mix and light chocolate many flop jokes or even something really simple. If you've just got some ice cream in the freezer just get your regular ice cream. Just smash up a few maniacs. Got Them over the top What else could do you could make brownies and drop the many eggs into them. So you've got your many brownies What else could you do for desserts talking about people not eating job? I didn't chocolate to chocolate. You adopt thoughts the best approach I love. Yeah Yeah I leave. Just come up with recipes. Let that optum into things but I think like a maniac Brownie or many club giacobbe delicious other than that. It's just smash them up Vice Cream or if you've got to now or just the Abaga mini out about and if you are at running how you get in on. Are you salivating? Are you know just thinking of coming home and in your face with as much as possible? Or maybe you've actually taken Christie's advice on you've put some food on before you've gone and you're coming back on. You knew when you get in house is going to be filled with amazing. Aromas of something cooking That would be nice really nice and we'll look I'm Chris. Have you got anything to say to anyone? Running at the moment keep going and just enjoy it and don't put too much pressure on yourself. Just take an this less traffic. There's less people around if you're out running trying to appreciate a little bit of nature right now. I don't know if you listen to it but sunny right now. Just think this is Mike nine percent. I'm outside it's so simple. Got Nothin' friendship. Running trend is on. And when you get back and joy every single mouthful of what you eat just thinking on deserve this. I've just been on for tastic run and I'm feeling great absolutely here here. Oh Chris Thank you so much for come in and run. Pot is being lovely chatting to you. I'm obviously going to finish this interview. And then I'm going to go straight to the kitchen and stuff my face often. You might meet one of your smoothies. Think of Michael and get remaining. Remind me what again Any frozen fruits you've got Or if you haven't got frozen use rushing jokes in mice cubes and some milk. Cow's milk almond milk wherever you want a handful of big creek yoga little bit of honey and then you put cinnamon Napa or whatever but basically milk fruit Honey Yoga it was it all up and you've got nice movie done on that new. It's going to go before I forget it. I'm Chris Thank you so much. Stay SAFE YOU TOO. Happy running to you wherever you yeah. I'll be running. Everyone happy as well..
Educating Developers About Actions on Google with Yksel Tolun, Google Developer Expert
"I know that you're a lawyer during the day so I'm curious. What got you interested in technology and specifically voice technology enough to pursue this on the side as well. I have been interested in programming or all my life. I have met programming by ten and ever since then I haven't interested in bed. I wanted to build things that many of us that got me into building web applications and then Iran's low school by Jack pursuing it. I always had this interest. Bod Bonding one. Good thing about not thinking about making money from development is that you get to pursue feels that are experimental that other developers might see non-profitable islands. One of those people lucky enough to have the time and the energy to proceed. These deals and none of them was check box. I read an article about chat bots on how Baber the feature of technology interfaces and I was eager to try Giant learn how to build one that got me into API and then it became glow. Got Into Google assistant and how I ended up before a psychology but when I made my first force application it literally spoke to me. I said this is what I WANNA do. This is what I actually looking for. You know ever since I started programming and hooked ever since I heard most hitchens in Bombay I love that. I loved it that passion has been there for so long one of the things you've mentioned before that's important to you is the ability to translate emotions and feelings of voice go from one language to another. Why is it something that needs to be thought about? And how do you suggest it be done? This is something I always but might ultimately shops because I actually talked to a group that is probably going to translate once chiller experienced. Run up there so this is really important to talk about. I've actually talked about this in another interview languages. Have you know small nuances? That can change. The entire experience was or changed the meaning so we need to think about these bad translating inexperienced. Because sometimes I translate inaction or experience or conversation and I think the centers. It's dramatic incorrect of that sad puppies. That's not how we say it. We should think about rewriting a novel. And you're trying impress the reader we should think about the person or the user is going to feel when they drafted this user experience. So it's really important or developers from station designers to take into account what's appropriate to say while language or some of the little idioms or maybe Faysal orbs. Y'All should really think about the conversational nuances before. Translating is skill or voice experience as really important. I'd actually off the boss Harry Potter on this subject before I'm GonNa do again airport Translation is one of the best translations. In my opinion I read in both languages and I'm really happy that I read it in Turkish because translators took the time so make the spells or made up. came up with sound like Turkish. They translated That makes sense both as Orban told towards usually they are and in a way that sound structure. That is a medically glocer. What I'm used to hearing it was really important for me as a child with a bellevue. things that sound but sounds like us and uses the voice of US bench Experience we should take into account and no of do our research before using Google translate or any other atomic transition dollars. That is a great point and I love to hear that Harry Potter translated so well. I'm sure that's a really interesting to read into different languages. It is. Yeah now you have done a lot of experience in organizing in mentoring workshops and hack Athans about actions on Google and evacuate done over thirty four events in two countries eighteen cities and that was just for two thousand nineteen. What got you started in hosting these events. And how do you usually run them? Walk me started is actually a GDP do not Jewish community is right. There will developer communities on the world and I was a part of Gijon Kara and at that point I was only the developing chat bots with API or other Alex Lowe with the names but stable like trying to host a Google Assistant Event. Just didn't have anyone to talk about. Who LOSES THEM OR D platform? So I checked out the platform and soul of that. I read the new technology behind it and I told them I could do this. Dan I did and they really liked it and they shared that I knew the stop other Jewish communities some of them called me and then after I realized people want to hear what I say. I applied a couple events and one another. I started doing this and I really liked the fact that finally I could give back to the community that has been giving to me our show long because I have learned a lot from developer my past and I really like the idea of being able to share my knowledge at passionate so this is what started however actually run them right now it depends on which event. I'm running if I'm running the workshop. I tried to keep the number of attendees in twenty to forty because after forty really yes crowded and I can't answer every question and I may miss some errors or others abuts between these numbers. It's really productive and I tried to start with talk immediate talk of because even though of you're doing a workshop people still need learn about voice. Revolution the actually able to appreciate the workshop itself vice stocked with mental. I talk about the whole human to machines reactions changing and then ice. Some statistics for people like numbers. I show them how the industry is growing and Ben actually talk about how many Turkish actions are there and why is such a big deal. Torreon developers to a field and get used to it or get good at it because afterwards start the workshop. I have a sector right now. I usually with one action. That can take one input and Ben repeated and then you take a step. Further in the next art buyer. Easy Take that. Inputs and do something programmatic in the fulfillment and afterwards they all try on their devices. That are it's android are and they're to go. That's the workshops that I hold for beginners and if I'm running more invest like for example with Jimmy did programming skills. I usually go one step forward and have visual opponents. Shown to them how you'd slide cards. Why you should can use our cells and such and such but sometimes we hold these special events very take the whole day and start with. Diallo Design Conversation Design To The programing part. So it really depends on what kind of man running. It's usually focused on getting the developers started. Because it's such a new field in my talks. I like to focus on many different voice expenses that you can bill not just. The voice skills are voice actions on the Google about smart home actions or other experiences that they can build in talks. I chunk of folks a number in workshops. I usually focused on the programming side or actress on Google.
"baber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"All right. So which way the jury gonna go here Deontay by Baber Baber is on trial for the murder of Jamie Burton. So it was two years ago on canton street in walnut hills. Jamie earn is driving a lunch with its co worker when a four year old kid ran across the street into the path of his car suffered head injuries went up over the, the hood of his, his Chevy irt gets out to help the child. At that point. The boy's father Jamal killings comes out and put a beat down on Jamie Jamie written gets back tries to get back into his vehicle, and at that point, he was shot and jurors right now, trying to decide if it was Deontay Baber, the guy seen in a pretty grainy security video firing into the car or it was the boys Dadge Jamal killings, Mike, Allen's on the show on seven hundred wwl, w our legal expert, of course, does nine to eleven Saturday morning, Saturday midday, and of course, private practice for. Hamill county prosecutor, Mike, first of offers foremost, two years since this happened. It seems like a rather lengthy delay before the start of the trial, Morong about them. No. Not. Really? But I took them about six months to get Baber, apparently he was hiding out over Covington. So it took him a while to get there to get him a little bit long, but really not that much out of the ordinary wondering intend, he rallies Justice for Jamie, earn or anything like that. Because, you know, the, the trial was delayed, two years, I'm surprised. But anyway. The interesting part about that is you see the video, it looks like there's a truck that's heading in the opposite direction. A bigger truck, and the four year old is four year olds often do had no idea that the, the traffic's dangerous and I ran out in the street, I guess, maybe after his dad was walking away and the boy ran up behind the truck and dirt was coming the other way. And there's no way he could have seen the boy running, because truck blocked his view that that's what the video shows. But you really can't see who the shooter is. That's the problem in it. It is. And it is a cool irony that Mr. apparently was not at fault whatsoever, in striking the boy, it's just a horrible case. So many ways around because things that were not supposed to happen happen. I mean, Mr. gets out of the car. It doesn't he does the right thing. Yeah. Instead of just driving away in a in a somewhat questionable neighborhood and beaten and killed for his trouble. So it's just a sad case always around Mike. Gale. And if I'm driving through the hood or any area for that matter and strike, and I hit someone and I go, I drive away is that a reasonable defense, if I stab later, a call the police and say, look, I think I hit somebody, but didn't wanna stop because of what happened to Jamie, earn am I going to be cited for hit, and run, or is that something the prosecutor, the police a look at and go, yeah. It makes a lot of sense. Is this case a license where people to hit skip it top call on that, once Loney it really is. I mean this was during the daytime as I understand it. And, you know, it's and I drive that area, sometimes going up to the dry cleaner up. They're crazy. Well, it's not that bad. I mean it's not great. But it's not that bad. That's talk call to make as a prosecutor but I don't know. I mean, I just think if a four year old little boy, run rain and you strike him, whether it's your fault or not. I don't care where you are. You get out to help them, but, but I do understand the argument on the other side too. I think decent people with which obviously, Mr. get out and see if they here, here's the problem. It's not whether people are decent. It's, it's there's people out there like Baber and killings. That make me question whether or not it makes sense doing the right thing. Sometimes is the wrong thing. And that's. I'm sure that Jamie written could if he knew it was his fate, probably would have continued his coworkers, even said, do don't get out of the car keepdriving. We'll call it. We'll call the police, right? It's a tough call. And you can argue it either way, but I think Mr. did the right thing, and he lied it. He didn't he didn't. That's a hell of a price to pay for doing the right thing, though. And that's why there's a conviction in this case. It's got to be the maximum sentence, which my guess is that it will be because it's just inexcusable and it's a terrible tragedy, so many ways. But the little boy is okay. That that's another cruel irony to this whole thing. And I guess, I feel for the father, not in his actions, but the scene his, his child lay there fighting for life with a head injury, which I'm sure he was unconscious time in being anger in district and taking that anger and not saying, oh my God. I maybe taught the kid better. He shouldn't run out and traffic on my God. I should lock them up, put them in put them in the house, or something like that. But, but instead anger boiled over to Jamie ordinance, I was his fault without even finding the facts and flying, too quick to a conclusion as to what really happened. Yeah. You can't take the law into your own hands, though. The guy presumably Mr.. Get out of his car and help. I don't think it takes that much to understand that this may have been the child's fault could no question. And you don't start whipping up on somebody. I while I understand the man's guess anger in. That's just not the way it works in an order. But but to me, Mike Allen of the psychopath here. The true psychopath, seems to be Dante Baber because killings testified last week, the data the boy, testified said, I've never seen this guy, my life Baber comes out in empties a handgun into the car of Jamie, earn one of the round struck him in the fine. He blood out died on the way to the hospital. I believe, is how Jamie Airton died because Jamal because Dante barber to simply opened fire in this guy. Yeah, exactly. And you know, it's like you said, I haven't seen any protests down at the courthouse in favor and supporting. Hurt. And you know, this could have been blown out of proportion as a racial incident as so many of these situations on when the when the roles if you will are reversed. So I think the auntie Baber is just beyond contempt, and we'll see what the jury does. And then we'll see what the judge does do you think there's a racial component is urging evidence whatsoever, Mike Allen, that you believe that there's a racial component of us. No evidence that I've seen, but I'm just going to say it's a feeling that I have. But again, no evidence of that. Mike on the acute hearing centers dot com hotline this morning on seven hundred WW two of the Baber trial, the jury's out, I should say the trial, but the jury still deliberating. We'll see if we get a verdict anytime, soon the other element in this to Mike Allen. Is that what Jamal killings now this is the dad, we they believe that Dante Babar's shooter? They have two witnesses against baby, right? Yeah, they do and not only that he was picked out of a photo lineup by Baber. And I guess somebody a neighbor supposedly the other thing is a lot of it circles around this video, which is grainy and not really all that good. However, it, it depends on the description of this guy in a Facebook Boto prom. I guess the day that Mr. died showed beyond to favor wearing a blue and orange shirt, which is supposedly, you know what the, the shooter was wearing. So the jury has enough before them to convict him. On the other hand, you know, wouldn't surprise me all that much if they did. They got a tough job and whatever decision they make you have to respect surprised. It's taken this long to come to a verdict. Got the case Friday. I don't know if they delivered deliberated on Friday, but people are really under a misapprehension slow that, you know, if a verdict doesn't come out in a day or that, you know, the jury's deadlocked. And that's not always the case. I mean jurors for the most part, take their job seriously. And they're gonna look at every bit of evidence they should. And in this case, it sounds like they are every bit of evidence if they have questions, you know, the judge won't answer the question if he feels appropriate so you know, they're they're not at all. I it seems just because it's probably more of the TV drama, our TV cop show, but, you know, you've got you've got video. Clearly, the you clearly have a body you got video. And then you have two people who were there at the scene who identified Deontay Baber the shooter that seems pretty open and shut like, you know, you should have a verdict in about five minutes. I don't know about opener. I think they have something to talk about and represented by very competent defense counsel. And my guess is the jury is just doing their job. I mean the first thing they do. And they get back there. They have to elect a four person that person kinda runs deliberations in the probably going through it. Now, you know, later today, there may be a verdict, but it's it's not always like you said like it's on TV and you get a verdict in twenty minutes. Yeah. And I mean, let's face it to just electing a jury foreperson because, you know, you have the popular vote and it goes, the electoral college, and then. Then you've got the Russia's flew over the Russian in the room. And then, you know, you've got I don't know the issue, a hanging chads, or maybe there's some sort of some sort of manipulation. I, I don't know anyway. I've never been on a jury that ever invited me. Mike, Mike Allen, this morning on seven hundred w w the Dante Baber jury up for a second. Well, I guess we'll see a Friday they got it Friday, Monday, two days, I think the more interesting case is going to be the dad Jamal killings, it seems open and shut for Deontay Baber. And he's looking at what by the way is going to get if convicted twenty five to life, I think it's thirty to thirty mistake, and, and I was thinking too with Jamal killings. And I guess it's gotta be some kind of accomplish theory or something. But the law is the law permits that if you are present when an act like this happens, and your actions were kind of the predicate of the ultimate act, which, of course, is the murder of Jane curtain. Right..
"baber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Day. Look, good debt, narping very emotion. In. There was media accounts early on. The coroner's report showed that Jamal killings had gunshot revenue residue on his hands did not come out at trial. Right. Talked about this. And they said anyone with between three up to about Kinsey. You can have gunshot residue on your body. And he was very close to. Shot residue can now. Rotate. Let me think about that. Brian. It's impossible. Yeah. Did think this guy shows up Deontay Baber, who didn't know Jamal killings and just killed this guy? Because he allegedly hit this kid and then killings has gunshot residue on his hands. He admits the nine one one call Jamal killings and I killed him. I killed him. And he's the one that beat him up. He's the one who's kid was hurt, by the way for your boys. Okay. At this point. But what was the reason Baber would have done this? In addition to all that warm. In court while ago said guy ran into the car. One witness who also. The killing. Now. Eight. On that. But with all that evidence. The nine one one the witnessing him. Residue. On his statement on the nine one one call all of that. He was at the scene. Has to do this believe anyone but can go for this person. Both killings and. From nowhere. His car. Did did Jamal killings testify that Dante Baber killed Jamie earn? Yeah. He said. He picked him out of a lineup. He described the orange blue.
"baber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Brand combs here. All right. So we had this murder trial going on. And we'd heard there was a videotape that would show who shot our volunteer from the association for the blind. Yeah. We know that it shows the shooting. But apparently, it's too grainy to show. Exactly. Who fired the gun? It was a piece of evidence that was presented in the case yesterday. Now, this is the trial of Deontay Baber. He is accused of firing shots to kill Jamie Artan after that tragic accident where a boy was hit by a car, the boys, okay? But then the crowd turned on earth. And when he got out of the vehicle, the check on the child the father of the child was on the stand yesterday, he faces murder charges in this case as well, though his trial won't take place till after Baber trial. But he was one of the key prosecution. Witnesses yesterday said that he regretted his actions that he was overcome by emotion and anger, and he attack. The driver denied being the one who shot him and he had done a fide the Baber as the guy who fired the shots. They showed the video to the jury yesterday in that was when James killing said that Baber was the guy who did it. He did not know Baber picked him out of a lineup before that. And then dentist him yesterday in court sounds like the prosecution is close to wrapping up their case. The defense maintains that Baber wasn't even at the scene on Kenton street that day two years ago that killings who is one of the prosecution's star witnesses the man solely responsible for what happened as he confessed on a nine one one call telling his child is they were taking him to the hospital. I took care of the guy. So well, if maybe can't tell who's who, but if the if the closer footage shows the father being driver stepping in shoot, then obviously, he didn't apparently a couple of. Other witnesses who can corroborate killings testimony saying that they believe that Baber was the shooter as well. But it sounds like the defensively so far the media accounts done a pretty good job of planning a little bit of doubt in the minds of some of the jurors. Okay. Coming up, our news at seven o'clock. We'll have more on the fortune five hundred list out this morning. There are eight companies headquartered in the tri-state who've made it more fifteen minutes, NewsRadio wwl. Generates stain our town. This is not crime stoppers. A full day. John law the heat your poison your trouble. You're bad seven hundred wwl eight the heat. Let's go. We're looking for Walter Hayes today. Walter Hayes it for felony vandalism accused of destroying the gate arm to amount Adams parking garage. Gee, I wonder which one that is. The purpose of being able to exit without payment. Well, this is this is not exactly murder-for-hire. But the incident was captured on surveillance. Walter Hayes is a white male twenty one years old. What? I didn't read that yesterday. No, I didn't mean told read the rod. Ask anyone in the audience that we heard about the guy breaking the gate and mount Adams to get out, they'll say, no, we didn't hear that. I remember this one because that's the building. We used to work in and people every Monday morning. You came in. Somebody crashed the gate those every day or every week of it anyway, he was captured on surveillance. He's a white male twenty one years old five seven one. Fifty has a history of having weapons under disability. Other weapons charges last to live in price hill. You know where Walter Hayes may be. He crasher of the gate, call crime stoppers three five to thirty forty or online at crime. Dash stoppers dot U. S much down the air on the air years ago, we were working there and the maintenance guys pointed out, it's just job security. They were fucking of people crashing through that gate. Pretty much every weekend. All right. Six fifty one. Right. Real quick fam- crews this up their game. If you're thinking about maybe a romantic night out with your lava, or maybe you just want to go ahead and enjoy the beautiful scenery of DC. You gotta take out the way redesigned their ships from the refinements in lighting and textures to the remodeled dancefloor and bar space. I said bar and not to mention minimizing fuel consumption and emissions. Get a sneak peek of the brand new beautiful interiors at their website odyssey, cruises dot com. It's odi. Y. S S. E Y cruise dot com, only one ninety nine per month.
"baber" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Has a Crozier Walker, and we'd have Baber interested in getting their spiting driveway decks fetter clean, north could be a good side hustle. And we're wondering if we should get licensed, insured hustle of this nature. No. No, okay. I wouldn't get insured. If your local municipality requires a small business side hustle to get most of them don't require a license for that. Now, if you're opening a full time business with location almost all of them require a business license, but very few people. I mean, this is your husband with a pressure washer. It's not. I mean and somebody handed him a check, you know, and the only the only liability you would have if you tore up something, but you really can't get insurance for that. Anyway, you've just got to fix it. Okay. 'cause I talked to somebody who said who has their business, and they said, it's risky, if you do this, and he's on his shirt because then you could be out of dollars and go bankrupt, and blah, blah, blah for women. Sued for blower blowing off a fence. I mean, put the board backup. Right. Exactly. So I'm like this guy's probably trying to scare since not doing it. Well, or he's dealt with some weird clients. And so here's a good rule of thumb when you're on side hustle like that on shoestring without a bunch of insurance in a bunch of LLC's a bunch of stuff like that. If you're dealing with someone at the front door, and you're thinking, this particular person may have issues. This one's going to be a problem. You know, why you have that feeling because they're going to be a problem? That's why you have that feeling trust trust. You're feeling trust the Holy Spirit. Speaking to you and going this child of God is one to avoid. No thing. 'cause I mean, those are the kind of people that dream up something to sue you about. And so if I get somebody that's just weird. We just don't deal with them. And that way, I don't have to deal with like weirdness on steroids later. And so, you know, you don't hire them. You don't you know, you don't transact with them. And then you don't have to deal with it later. I'm under no obligation to deal with people who have issues, it's a fire you as a customer. You know, what I'm saying you kind of need to do that here. Because in the construction world, there's you know, there's three types of people people who are sleep people who are so anal. They will drive you bananas. And then there's normal regular people in the middle. So you wanna do all your work for the normal? Regular people are the ones that are sleep because they're not gonna blow you up later. Right, right. Then it sounds thanks for the call Joseph is with us and south bend high. Joseph. Welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Hi, david. Sure. What's up? You knew. He's gonna go to graduate school graduate school and currently working at a technology company that offers to embarrassment. Open. Your phone for somebody with technology. You have screwed up phone in his speech to Brickley into your phone, please. I can't hear you sorry about that. Offered a research opportunity this summer, and then also chip that would be more with my career, focus. Focus. Software. So why in the world you need to go to graduate school in the software world? Well, it's more along the line machine. Learning data science. Yeah. Unless you're unless you're gonna. Unless you're going to teach it I would get out there in the middle of everybody doing it. Because I don't know. I mean, most of the people that are doing that. It's a brand new field. What I'm looking for a job listing? So the thing that I wanna get into requiring. They want a masters degree in machine learning to hire you into that. Into this field that I wanted to get into. What is the specific field? So the data science. I'm shocked. I've got three hundred and fifty data engineers platform managers ruby on rails. Seniors tech people all through this building. And I doubt any of them have a masters and we're doing cutting edge stuff with with Alexa with Google with everybody. I mean, we're working the data world wide open. I it may be there. Maybe I'm just not sophisticated enough to be at the level you're talking about. But I'm a little shocked at a masters degree is required. So let's go back though and get away from my lack of knowledge and talk about what your real question is you are working retail, and they in the tech world. But it's and they're furnishing you two ish in and you're making how much about sixteen thousand a year doing that nothing. Okay. How old are you? Twenty six and what is the tuition worth about five thousand dollars? But after this semester of us this year's so five thousand dollars a year says twenty one thousand dollar year job and the other opportunity is to intern in the research realm that you are most interested in is that right? Research opportunity, and then also separate internship, but both are more line of micro, focus. Gotcha. And the the internship pays how much. Twelve fifty an hour for about ten to twenty hours. So it'd be a decrease pretty sizable decrease in half. So you go from twenty thousand which wasn't much to ten thousand. How are you going to eat? Yes. I am. How? Getting a forty dollars for the research. Two. Okay. Fourteen thousand is the poverty level, dude. So I think you ought to do the research thing. But I think you're probably working to side gig to be able to supplement for food. I don't see you making. I don't see making ten to fifteen thousand dollars a year. I think you're you know, if you run your budget out on what you would actually get home with. But you're only working twenty hours. Right. Yeah. I'd have more free time to work in other things as well. Outside of that. Yeah. I think you can do some side hustles help people right apps and do some contract stuff on the side. And you probably triple your income, you know, and control your hours. Yeah. And that's more. What I was thinking about doing my last year studying focus on that. And get some more time. Yeah. Use the skill set that you've already built and the skill set your training in to do some side hustles for people some data mining projects and stuff like that. And you can probably walk into some medium size. Maybe even some small businesses in really make them some serious money, but teaching them to do the basics of what you're doing. Because a lot of don't know how to handle their data. You know what I'm talking about? Right. I do. And I think you could be very valuable to somebody on the side. So I think the thirty seven year old version of you is going to be really glad you take this internship in this research opportunity, but the twenty six year old version of us got to eat. About fifteen thousand savings right now be able to supplement my income over the next year. Well as not that much. I want you leave that alone and finished school and pay cash for school. And I want you to plan on a side hustle that makes twenty thousand dollars a year. If you do that, then I would take I would take the internship. And I think that's what you should do, by the way, I think you need to follow your dream here. You have dream and it's a wonderful field. It's an emerging field. And you're gonna make a lot of money. If you keep using your brain in this, and you have a lot of fun because you're right on the bleeding, cutting edge of this thing. So very very well done companies that are not addressing that are not going to be open a decade. So thanks for the call open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five you jump in. We'll talk about your life in your money. The tech field is a wonderful field. Most of you. That are entering the tech. Field software engineers, you're writing code. You wanna move into ruby or Java or something like that? Most of you. It is a hands on thing and certifications program on the fact that you can actually execute that line of code and.
"baber" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Have Baber interested in getting their signing driveway decks, etcetera clean, north could be a good side hustle. And we're wondering if we should get licensed insured, do fight hustle of this nature. No. No, okay. I wouldn't get insured. If your local municipality requires a small business side hustle to get most of them don't require a license for that. Now, if you're opening a full time business with a location almost all of them require a business license, but very few people. I mean, this is your husband with a pressure washer. It's not not all and somebody handed him a check, you know, and the only the only liability you would have if you tore up something, but you really can't get insurance for that. Anyway, you've just got to fix it. Okay. Because I talked to somebody who said who has their business, and they said, it's risky, if you do this, and he's on his shirt because then you could be out of dollars and go bankrupt, and blah, blah, blah for women like. Are you going to sued for blower blowing off a fence? I mean, put the board backup. Right exactly if I'm like guys probably is trying to scare us. And it's not doing it. Know he's dealt with some weird clients. And so here's a good rule of thumb when your own side hustle like that on a shoestring without a bunch of insurance in a bunch of LLC's and a bunch of stuff like that if you're dealing with someone at the front door, and you're thinking, this particular person may have issues. This one's going to be a problem. You know, why you have that feeling because they're going to be a problem? That's why you have that feeling trust trust. You're feeling trust the Holy Spirit. Speaking to you and going this child of God is one to avoid. No thing because those are the kind of people that dream up something to sue you about. And so, you know, if I get somebody. That's just weird. We just don't deal with them. And that way, I don't have to deal with like weirdness on steroids later. And so you, you know, you don't hire them. You don't you know, you don't transact with them. And then you don't have to deal with it later. I'm under no obligation to deal with people who have issues. It's not. I mean, I'll fire you as a customer. You know what I'm saying? And you kind of need to do that here. Because in the construction world, there's you know, there's three types of people people who are asleep. People who are so anal. They will drive you bananas. And then there's normal regular people in the middle. So you wanna do all your work for the normal? Regular people are the ones that are asleep. 'cause they're not gonna blow you up later. Right. Right. Thanks for the call Joseph is with us and south bend high. Joseph. Welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Sure, what's up? Go to graduate school graduate school. I'm currently working at a. Company that office. Your phone with technology. You have screwed up phone in your speech Brickley into your phone. Can't hear you. Sorry about that. Offered a research opportunity this summer, and then also internship that would be more aligned with my career, focus. Focus software. So why in the world you need to go to graduate school in the software world? Well, it's more along the lines of like machine learning data. Yeah. Unless you're unless you're gonna. Okay. Unless you're going to teach it I would get out there in the middle of everybody doing it. Because I don't know. I mean, most of the people that are doing that. It's a brand new field. From what I've been looking for a job listing. So the thing that I wanna get into. They want a masters degree in machine learning to hire you into that. Into the field that I wanted to get into. What is the specific field? So the data science. I'm shocked. I got I've got three hundred fifty data engineers platform managers ruby on rails. Seniors tech people all through this building. And I doubt any of them have a masters and we're doing cutting edge stuff with with Alexa with go with everybody. I mean, we're working the data world wide open. I I mean, it may be there. Maybe I'm just not sophisticated enough to be at the level you're talking about. But I'm a little shocked that a masters degree is required. So let's go back though and get away from my lack of knowledge and talk about what your real question as you are working retail, and they in the tech world. But it's I and they're furnishing you two ish in and you're making how much about sixteen thousand a year doing nothing. Okay. How old are you? I'm twenty six and what is the tuition worth about five thousand dollars after this semester? All of us. This year's she'll five thousand dollars a year. So it's twenty one thousand dollar year job and the other opportunity is to intern in the research realm that you are most interested in is that right? And then also a separate internship, but both they're more focus. Gotcha. And the the internship pays how much. Twelve fifty an hour for about ten to twenty hours. So it'd be a decrease pretty sizable decrease. Yeah. In half. So you go from twenty thousand which wasn't much to ten thousand. How you going eat? Yes. I am. How? Okay. Fourteen thousand is the poverty level, dude. So I think you ought to do the research thing. But I think you're probably working to side gig to be able to supplement for food. I'll see you making ten to fifteen thousand dollars a year. I think you're you know, if you run your budget out on what you would actually get home with, but you're only working twenty hours, right? Yeah. Would have more free time to work in other things as well outside of that. Yeah. I think you can do some side hustles people right apps and do some contract stuff on the side. And he probably triple your income, you know, and control your hours. Yeah. And that's more. What I was thinking about doing my last year studying on that and get the more time. Field that I want to be getting into. Use the skill set that you've already built and the skill set your training in to do some side hustles for people some data mining projects and stuff like that. And you can probably walk into some medium size. Maybe even some small businesses really make them some serious money by teaching them to do the basics of what you're doing. Because a lot of don't know how to handle their data. You know what I'm talking about? Right. And I think you could be very valuable to somebody on the side. So I think the thirty seven year old version of you is going to be really glad you take this internship in this research opportunity, but the twenty six year old version of us got to eat. Fifteen thousand savings right now. Income over the next year. Well as not that much. I want you to leave that alone and finished school and pay cash for school. And I want you to plan on a side hustle that makes twenty thousand dollars a If you do that, then I would take that would take the internship. And I think that's what you should do by the way, I think you need to follow your hair you have a dream, and it's a wonderful field. It's an emerging field. And you're gonna make a lot of money. If you keep using your brain in this, and you're not a lot of fun because you're right on the bleeding, cutting edge of this thing. So very very well done companies that are not addressing that are not going to be open a decade. So thanks for the call open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five you jump in. We'll talk about your life in your money. The tech field is a wonderful field. Most of you. That are entering the tech. Field software engineers, you're writing code. You wanna move into ruby or Java or something like that? Most of you. It is a hands on thing and certifications program.
"baber" Discussed on First and Last
"I mean last night's game the conference USA chance take on your MAC champs in northern Illinois in a game. That was absolutely built for mid week football. That game falling on Tuesdays so apropos for both of these conferences. But man, what a helluva way to cap this off as you heard their conference champions in just their second year of having the program back after it flirted with extinction to now this for that group. And that's part of what makes college football bowl season. Exciting is a lot of us lament all of the bowl games that we have strewn across the the slate for this time of year. Most people saying there's too many at this point you've ended up in past years with some five and seven teams that have had to make it because there haven't been enough six win bowl eligible teams out there. But you do get stories like this in a lot of these bowl games. That people would say don't matter you'd have a hard time telling that to the teams that get to play in them. I mean last night mattered to these guys and you'll see it matter to plenty of other kids coming up, but we know where our hearts line a lot of this stuff. We know what tends to really get the rest of us. Going. It's continuing that expansion talking. You guys are gonna win like I have been in the crowd that is anti expansion. I have talked about openly this idea that I don't believe it's necessary. I got some backup yesterday. My boy. Syracuse had football coach Dino Baber who joined us over on. Golick and wingo, an echoed a very understandable sentiment. When we asked him what he thought about college football expansion, you take this thing to eighteen you or putting the power teams the top two teams and a better situation to win it if it to four teams you're getting a Hoosier type team a wildcard team a better chance of winning. If you want to have a Hoosier type win every blue moon.
"baber" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak
"Eighty one hundred and tell this man y m sad that our children are getting older. No see because there's so many more cool things for them to experience Baber season. A baseball and boys are starting basketball for the first time. I want them to stay at home on the shelf in with me. Like just put it on the shelf. Don't move. Don't do nothing spoils. I'm just kidding anyhow. So that was kind of sad. But what made the day better was we have all of our Christmas decorations while most of them up. We had last year we needed Christmas people. And I think I put it on like, snapper, Instagram or something and we had one hundred and fifty people reach out, which was incredible. But we didn't have any plan. Oh, it's holiday decorations. Oh, no nuts. Right. So we found a really cute, mom, daughter and grandmother might be sister-in-law. I dunno group of they come down from North Carolina and spent all weekend putting the house together and Croix vacuums up the mass, and they keep making the mess, and he seems up the glitter and they killed later. I think we have to paint a picture for people to understand the level of what would you call it? I would say grand this to your Christmas decorations. I have to plan. Oh. Oh, all day. Friday, getting all the trees where they spend getting all the trees I have to drive to Shambley Georgia, which is like twenty five thirty mile. It's like, yeah. Because it's the only storage unit within like one hundred mile radius that has the height. Inside the unit that can store our fourteen foot trees Coa cry. So I had to get a twenty six foot. I can't even think of it. What is it? What's it called? It's called a few Tilleke truck. But at twenty six I'm moving. Yeah. Like a semi truck. But it's twenty six foot flatbed truck with a lift gate and. All these trees from the surgeon into this twenty six foot truck back dry. This shock to our house back it up, and then people we have wide doorways doorways in our home that are just standard thirty six inch doorways that you would walk through that have a handle in door, then we also have walkway areas, right? Like where they're like framed in areas at separate rooms, but you can just walk through a doorway, but it's not doesn't have a door those are super wide. But our trees are so wide that they don't fit through our walk are wide walkways, you have to literally like shove these trees through. And as you're shoving them through all these glued on decorations that are thirty six inches in language, and they got extra everywhere. Your ripped off having to squeak. I love Christmas. I love Christmas. Like it makes me so king happy Christmas..
"baber" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"There's there's what is known as a fire flood sequence what ends up happening is. Because so many of these fires occur in hillside areas or mountainous areas. Well, what happens is these hillsides become denuded of the vegetation by the fires. But what also happens is as these fires? The the heat is so intense that the resin and the sap in these the vegetation, literally vaporizes, and it as it rises is Baber as it cools. It comes down to the ground, and as this vapor before it solidifies, again turns back into liquid form it actually permeates the soil in can penetrate down a couple of inches in create a waxy layer beneath the surface, and I know this by virtue of some lawsuits I've been involved in after fires where floods were generate. So this this hydrophobic layer this waxy layer ends up. When the rains come excuse me when the rains come. It it creates a late lay or a shallow layer of soil that is inundated with water almost like a slip and slide would just slide off layers of soil, and this creates this exacerbated landslide or debris flow or mud. Flow affect so that after fires here in California, you know, when the rains come and we do tend to get perhaps in parts of California. It may be dry relatively speaking to other parts of the country. But when the rains come they come heavily. And.
"baber" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"His apartment he had some rentals that they're also, but he had his apartment and his apartment was also just equally of like. Amazing in his little kitchenette area. He had a. He had lots of stuff. Like stuffed animals and one of them in the kitchen editor like huge was. I think it was a I think it was a half of links. Oh, my that was just a sort of over the little kitchen table. I mean, it was such a I couldn't take in the entire scene because there were so many stacks of books over the floors all of your easy. The the bed in the bedroom. The the walls that the walls were covered with things there were little paintings. There were stuffed animals they were. Things everywhere. It was. But he ended up giving you a folded piece of paper. Would you? Tell us the story. Oh, well, yeah. That was sort of a no warning at all he on the middle of talking to him. And he says. I wanted to tell me what's in here. And he asked me this little folded these Baber maybe two inches by two inches. It's just a goal folded up. And I said, well, I don't know. And I'm looking at it. And I'm trying to figure out like where the little bulges are things that I can maybe take a good guess, and there are no bulges. And he's he says, and I said, well what I've maybe what cufflinks and says, oh, you too nervous close your eyes close. My and. I begin to describe this what I'm seeing. But it's kind of ridiculous. I mean, I said I'm seeing like a what did I say I forgot now. There was a. You.
The “Most-Hated” College Football Team
"I've got, the top. One two three four five six, seven eight nine nine the top nine hated football teams which of the following do? You. Consider to be the. Most hated college football team okay? They were given ten so which ten were they given they're, giving nine with none of the above? Being. An. Answer, but these ones finished. With the most okay Alabama yes they finished. Number one sixteen percent allow state number. To twelve percent I'm. Going to say Michigan number five Notre Dame number three k. I'm gonna say Florida, not on the list. K SEC there. Is not another SEC another SETI okay hold on. Let me check who's. In the SEC right. Now Series. There's. All mess. There's none of them none of the obvious SEC Kentucky is. Another s none of them Let's. See here let's go with USC correct UCLA no. Okay Oregon, no? Stanford. No You're? Missing, number, four Missing number. Four the big ten Penn State? Yep. So how state. Penn State Michigan all? In. There you're, missing blue boy. Yes hokum horns Texas is correct and along with Texas to others that you should? Associate kind, of with Texas Old school powerhouses Nebraska and and Kansas Oklahoma Oklahoma Yup Yup Wall Street Journal article on, the most, hated college football teams Alabama one. Ohio State to Notre Dame three that sounds
"baber" Discussed on Dari and Mel
"I think that we're doing that and i think that we're a team on the rise in and the way why i'm building is i wanna i wanna step once we start winning i never want to go back for losing your and i think that we're doing it the right way we're doing it slow for having some successes we know we had the clemson when we had the virginia tech whether you're four we've had some setbacks obviously the month of november hasn't been the best month around here at syracuse new york but i think we're on the right track and i think we're right around the corner from doing some things that uh i've done previously at other stops and you've had had success and and we've covered it here on espn radio in in what is that success i mean what what are you pitching the kids that if a kid right now says you know what i can go to fsu or a may i can go to clemson and indurain on in him in syracuse what how're you guys differ what it what is coach dino babar's bringing to a young student athlete that he may not get somewhere else would make syracuse unique well first of all our family atmosphere up here will one big family were a law familiaux hana were we we have a lot of different things that are going on here but we just do the different way we want to lead the lead the league and picnics in barbecues along with at we want young and to get their degrees and wanted to grow up to be better fathers better something better husband's than us and you know we want to win some football game when we start winning our football games and we start competing from championships i think that we're going to be one of the teams that are going to be reckoned with were the only power five school with the dell and i think there's a lot of young men that want to go on to play in the national football league and is not a a of there is a lot of nice does uh it up in that league and i think that you can get your practice right here in syracuse.
"baber" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"You're in your programme the virginia tech gave them a little six a little pay a little from success but they can hangar hats on but dow after the clemson thing i would like to think that we have him and all the guys that were fiftyfifty they couldn't decide whether they wanted to get on board the train was leaving the station worst day off i think we've got we shifted through all that and the people who were on board or on board and we're ready to go start journey hillis now there's any doubt seen that scene in the locker room after that went on friday night there is no doubt everybody's all in everybody's on board and still a huge challenge coming up on saturday the big win over clemson and now number eight miami is next in line dino bearers my guess coach i can't say how much i appreciate you and the things you said about six ninety it hives me up it hamas me pumps me up when amazing win for you in the program it is so good to have you on the show today jim thank you so much are in your career it's almost like we're locked arminarm coach or your we came up together i didn't know it but we came up together we both had our ups and downs brother but we're both deal standing in the fifteen th round how 'bout that reach preach that's exactly it coach go get him great talking to you dino baber sereqi said football coach we both had our ups and downs but were postal standing in the fifteen brown notice it was not 12 route he is old school fifteen round he also comes from that you're of fifteen round titlefights what an awesome conversation that was syracuse head football coach dino baber is live in the jungle when we come back we'll talk to dimitris johnson ufc flyweight champion that still ahead your thoughts on that every would just add a more stay tuned what if you could plan out of play from the comfort of the sidelines and know that everything was going to fall into place when you get on the field at a rally autoparts when.
"baber" Discussed on Crunch Report
"Gould's arv are ahead klay baber told tech crunch we've architect today or corps to be able to perceive a wide variety of sensors before see in the future many more phones having depth sensing capabilities and as those come into mainstream phones that's great a our core will work seamlessly with those and benefit from the additional sensing capabilities let's face it your destination is never really your destination driving into the city to your favor restaurant is only as convenient as the closest parking space though not perfect e eh ghoul is adding in new functionality to help you pinpoint parking garages near your intended destinations ghoul map slaughter matthew tell you how long of a walk you're facing from your space of choice to your real destination unfortunately even ghul can't save you from spending twenty dollars an hour for a space or get into a garage you'll need to realise its jampacked as a society we collectively decided it was pretty crappy when people died from unsupervised drug testing so we created regulations authorities in best practices billionaire investor peter tills taking the official position of damn at all to hell by backing in offshore drug trial for a new herpes vaccine while this is the first offshore droid trial it's in the major minority by opting to proceed without any ira be or institutional review board i get the intentions here are good but if any test subjects wake up with two heads i don't think they're going to give a damn about teals libertarian proclivities that's three or four four today hit that lycra loved by and share this video and keep raging french for his every weekday at seven pm eastern four pm civic on tech french dot com bills fights and i choose an on youtube all right we'll see you tomorrow.
"baber" Discussed on The Score 1260 AM
"Y maybe he doesn't have the same targets that steady had last year because at a towel is now off thin on an nfl journey at the moment but he's do have some incoming names are all right now you're returning earth phillips about to hit on in just a second but jamal costas a guy who redshirted last year he's got the size and the speed that matches and maybe surpasses the dimensions of a guy like ombu atoll the metrics are are there we'll see how it translates on the field and dino baber system who knows maybe anybody can succeed add it's a piece that i've written in the past is dino baber system the reason why some of these guys aren't highly recruit not highly recruited highly regarded coming into the pros is it a system thing and who who people just put so much stock in baber system that anybody can succeed and that's why we're not seeing these guys go out and have these blossoming nfl careers so that's something that i'm keeping in mind in all of this is that we might be able to see is next couple of years you can plug in any threestar wide receiver that you want and they're going to be capable of putting up and a thousand yarn season maybe catch eight touchdowns or so and that's certainly been the case these pass this past season with arms at a towel a guy who just kind of came out of nowhere took the program took the conference by storm and put together the most prolific single season of any syracuse wide receiver this is ray o'hare on the score twelve sixty tyler ocoee talk in some suv balsam names being thrown on award watch lists and eric dungy one of those the maxwell award and.
"baber" Discussed on WGTK
"The new vertical called top tell finance so you're talking about actually turning in mentoring senior very senior people instead of very young aung people about how to build the company without overburdening it with capital and now you're actually in the finance business is there a connection between the two well the connection and the sunset earth i feel baber involved in so i wouldn't do that there's connection records and when i say i mean high labor in regard to our other article so there is no connection in the fact that i learned about how to run the company financially or rather from age financial therefore relaunched optout finance we actually already hand in the works from day one so it's kinda funny i guess we started the company with what we have to be and every article and yet here we are in a half years later and we are only three and you might ask yourself okay well why not to washington all of them and the reason is because we want to be on the highest quality higher integrity when we go into those articles and it's not easy at all to ensure that that can hold true for the longterm if you don't have the right infrastructure in place so what we focus on building really solid an operational infrastructure have you ever to off a new vertical and i happened to me about the name of raj who is the o of job ridge and when i met him job ridgway doing top kalbe for the business world but even so it was a natural fit and he was open to an acquisition offer it was sort of earned it better but we get it and that that i do want you optout financing so that it's really the back story behind tulso you're fascinating so fascinating fact we're bringing you back for another episode of forbes books at bed time part to coming up next show if food became scarce would you be able to feed yourself and your family.