23 Burst results for "Baines"
Down but not out, Serena Williams into Australian Open QFs
"Serena Williams is now just three wins away from securing her coveted record equalling twenty fourth major now through to the Australian Open quarterfinals but not before two hours nine minutes three said slugfest with the number seven seed it rains have a link up however what is the final eight showdown with the second seed Simona Halep who also took three sets to advance and injured Baines top seed Novak Djokovic was still strong enough to beat me last round H. that to reach the quarter final clash with Alexander Zverev but the number three seed Dominic team lost in three to Grigor Dimitrov I'm Graham like us
"baines" Discussed on Mentally Yours
"I've been separated for about two and half years. The divorce process takes so long. I chased to put cusco devos club manager so i can talk to other devos people in a very selfish way to unite. How's it for you. Are you having a terrible time. Have you had sex with everyone. Yeah oversee before lockdown but It won't be my first christmas Divorced why fast. Christmas divorced was well separated from my husband was. I just got a new job. Performing in notch. Mike live in the west end directed by channing. Tatum and surrounded by fourteen Professional says said that was my festival. Christmas was performing. I think we performed everyday from christmas. I in the west end of so it was quite a different Fusco is a single thing christmas. This is a single lady. I have to say that is like my dream first christmas in any situation. But i think really. That's amazing. yeah it was like people were like. You're living your best life but widely when you're when you're divorced from an obstacle sing a man i didn't want to hang out with. Many men might just kind of wanted to chill but performing every night was amazing. The walking the channing. Tatum was quite cool. He's all right now. He's a really nice guy and said that was quite fun than the guys in the show. Lovely but i think the most fucked bit was. We had a prominent knee kind of female audience heterosexual and gay and by. You know it wasn't just a straight women king men it was just like a very a female had the audience and it was just lovely informed to room site lack. I've never really you know a chance to do that. As a comedian see have quite mixed audiences but those just an energy about that show which is incredible so yeah. It's quite a fun fun christmas. I'm imagining this. Christmas might be a bit different because pandemic Few a strippers which is a shame. What are your plans for this christmas while i mean strippers and professional meltdowns is still out there and unsure they're available on many streaming platforms But yet i won't be touching..
"baines" Discussed on Mentally Yours
"This is a lot to deal with at gag till and all this fun stuff. Yeah i think i think. Having anxiety it's wit having executive being a comedian of hand-in-hand those at the same he would expect because but us time onstage in front of lazy people talk and that's pretty brave and and i'm not well not really because it's made trying to get attention and then his head should makes me feel better So but i still with buying zycie. In the normally yet i would have moments where i feel a bit scattered leaving the house and i just wanna stay in my little cocoon oversea this year. That has been more relevant for the kind of wide world. And so i think people can now relate to not feeding whereas i've disliked. Oh yeah. I'm used to it now. This lead skies drop in So yeah it's it's been an interesting one. I think i have a hearing tonight. Caught the deaf community. Ed and i you know i do rely on nick. Predict and people wearing mosques has been a whole 'nother level for my anxiety because sometimes you're having a really aren't schist day and yet it's not every day. Sometimes i feel like a normal pass in whatever normal is But sometimes i want to interact with anyone like even someone in and shop and then that doubled with someone's wearing a mosque so i can't let prayed so i might not understand what we're saying. And then they think. I'm rude. Because i might be ignoring them by hand will ever is like a whole 'nother level to Not been a rating. Wade's entrusting process. I'm positive or day and a campaign about raising landis of kind of the deaf community on face masks on the fact that it's a case to lower your face masks as someone called understand is just about being now safe distance away. Oh behind a drought scrape actually in my local shop now. They've got the golf screens up so they don't have to win them. Mosque net behind them. And it's just made such a difference. She's not like little extra thing that oversee won't people to let mosques 'cause it's protecting people's lives than in as a the population that every struggling to communicate It's one in six nick either. Have some form of hearing loss. So i think it's a bigger thing than sometimes people give it credit full so that when you just said in six i was surprised like i really didn't think it was not significant amount Nation but hugely important inside and also takes a approximately ten years. They say for you to not assigned in hearing loss and actually do something about it so that one in six includes a low of people who think that the hearing his fine or just never got to go. I checked hearing aids. When i was stunned at sage like three three obvious guy..
Rapper Nuke Bizzle arrested for identity theft, fraud after boasting about unemployment scam in music video
"Theft and fraud charges related to an unemployment scam or being leveled against a hip hop artist, and investigators say they didn't need to go far to find the inspiration behind the scheme. Fox is Rob Dawson. The Department of Justice confirmed they arrested 31 year old nuke biz ALS, whose real name is Fawn Trail, Antonio Baines When he was arrested last month in Las Vegas. He had eight employment development Department debit cards and all but one had names of other people on them. A police affidavit also adds that he had 92 nd D ID cards. Preloaded with money and send two addresses he had access to. It's the same crime he boasted about in a recent song in his music, video, E D. D. He and another rapper bragged about taking money from other people's cards. Neither veins nor his lawyer have commented.
Lack of Accountability for Police Violence is Solvable
"This is solvable. I'm Jacob Weisberg. There is a lack of accountability for police, violence and one part of. Solving that is to give federal prosecutors more tools, so they can actually prosecute this cases. Approximately a thousand people killed during police encounters in the United States every year. And in fact, that number is held steady for nearly twenty years. Around half of those killed or white. Black Americans are more than twice as likely to die at the hands of police. They are killed disproportionately to their overall representation in the population. I'm thinking about. Say The shooting of Philander Castille. CAPLESS Tamir Rice twelve year, old boy, who was shot and killed by an officer when playing in a park in Cleveland. How do we achieve racial justice while protecting public safety? Lawyer Cheer Baynes believes the federal. Government has a key role to play. What exactly would you like to see? Happen there for Congress to lower the intense standard from willfulness recklessness, so that it would be a federal crime recklessly deprive someone of their rights under color of law to recklessly use excessive force for all the Americans who died during police encounters in less than two percent of cases, does an officer end up being charged with a crime? When you were at Doj how many times did specific language of willful thwart possible prosecution of of an officer? You think you felt a done something wrong. Routinely, that was the biggest barrier. It was always the central concern. Kira. Who's devoted his career to ending impunity for officers who commit crimes against citizens thinks we can fix this. The problem of lack of accountability for police violence is solvable. Cheering Baines is the director of Legal Strategies de Moth a racial justice organization before that he worked at the US Department of Justice, serving a senior counsel to the head the civil. Rights Division, that's the division that investigated. Ferguson Missouri and sued the city for unconstitutional policing and court practices. Baynes Co wrote the Ferguson report. Malcolm Bradwell spoke to Baynes about what needs to be done to solve the persistent problem of police impunity at the national level. To critical components are lowering the intense standard for the federal government to prosecute active excessive force criminally and using federal consent decrees to address systemic misconduct. You've been working on this question of how to make police better for quite some time right? Yes, actually. It's been an issue that's been. An issue that I've been distressed by want to do something about since I was a young kid. Actually the Rodney King case happened in the beating of Rodney King. One thousand, nine, hundred, one I was ten years old, and there are a lot of high profile incidents in the hundred ninety s with I'm dirty, yellow Louima and many other high profile cases of police violence police killings. Finish cared about as a high schooler for sure I can remember that were you in high school Chelmsford High School? It's a small town in Massachusetts next to the city of Lowell, maybe about thirty thousand thirty five thousand people. It wasn't like you were. LIVING IN LA or living in the Bronx where Ahmadou was shot, it was you were these were instance miles away. That nonetheless caught your attention. Absolutely these are national stories and I was very interested in. Civil Rights history even civil rights law. The role of lawyers in the civil rights movement. I think maybe juxtaposed that history and the principles underlying that movement with what I was seeing. Play out in terms of police violence in the country. At that time, and actually can remember. An organization called the stolen lives project that would collect information about the people who have been killed by police, disproportionately young black man. That is something that I recall, so. It's something I've. been working on for a long time ended up working on that some more in law school, focusing on it, and then it on my first job after clerking for a federal judge was to actually prosecute police misconduct cases including police violence. How early on you decide that? You wanted to become a lawyer depressingly early? Han actually I think I thought in high school. That would become a lawyer. What did you think of that decision? Well I'm an Indian kid and the child immigrants and so. I think a lot of people in that boat might relate. My mother wanted me to be a doctor. That would million other Indian children. Yeah Yeah. It's a common refrain and. Short of being a doctor, a lawyer was pretty good, so. But you know my family wasn't focused on these issues. These weren't the issues that they confronted him and they cared about it. In the sense research, generally aware my grandmother used to describe all this work as a community service or volunteer work and I'd have to actually get paid to do this job.
"baines" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen
"Did you just start early on? Because that is my favorite thing that people do. My husband is my favorite. Like when you see some other annette trying 'cause they like WanNa be polite and they start your like so they keep them out shot. It's my favorite human like I love because it's so polite and the people's faces and it's like we know like we all do that. Just your I love that. You are listening to made of also known as the move Pod podcast hosted by Sophie. Thank and who is a Danish comedian news? If you're listening in the distant future everyone will be listening from the actual future. Because you're not here right now with me live but if you listen to this from the distant future This was recorded in at the end of March in two thousand twenty which I assume you will know. Ask a pandemic the corona virus pandemic and you in the future in the distant future. We'll know so much more than we do right now. And the conversation that I'm having with Samantha. Baynes today is not. It's not going to be about. The virus is going to be about. But of course we do touch upon How she deals with it and something. I've thought a lot about seen a lot of podcast. Say That you know that they're perilously no purposely mixed up the day on peppis. Stay away from even mentioning the virus at all but I think this particular Pakistan so much about mental health and so much about where we're meeting people and what what sort of their state of mind this and it would be very strange to not ask them. How are you dealing with all of this but I tried not to linger too much because it is hopefully not going to be relevant in a few months. I don't know I don't know here's what I will say. Before that listens to to Samantha. Who's just just a great person? His Day yesterday I became kind of. I'm I'm guilty of this as well. I have been getting a lot of advice. I'd say you know suggesting what people should in at quotes should be doing to To not lose themselves completely in this lockdown in this corn seen self-isolation period. And you know my suggestions have been make your bed in the morning. Open Your Windows Columbia curtains of open? Your curtains. Hi No Haya speak English anymore. Lost my language I would say switch from your night pajamas into your day pajamas Stay inside. Obviously if you if you can and have breakfast and that that's my idea that's my you know. Wash your face drink water those things and then. I realized I saw a lot of people do that. And you know though people who way mall just psychotic than me you know people suggesting that. I don't know you should learn a new language every day. Oh that you you know you should try and get a six pack or something ridiculous and ask seeing that many pieces of advice and also having had myself save just want to say one thing I think. I still think it's a good idea to do those things. I think it's a good idea to make you beden. Bambara get fresh Aaron on that but I also think that some days you don't WanNa do that and that's also fine you up processing hell hell of a lot of uncertainty and perhaps incites in maybe grief. If you're one of the unfortunate ones who've lost one which I'm terribly sorry. That is the case. You're you're dealing with this and we used to you know when we get the coal. We've got a cold all. We have done some exercise that we've done some housework or something you can feel your body work you know. We can feel Oh. My Body is healing itself right now. You know if you have little Scab or something you can see. The skin healing itself is very very easy to see. You know when you fall asleep you resting but when psychological so hot to pinpoint Ryan We. Can't you wake up and then if you just stay in bed the entire day in the dock and you don't do anything you just get up to p three times In the evening. You know you'll automatic because you've been brainwashed with this whole you know capitalists productivity you know you only you only with something if you make money and helped produce blah blah blah. You think doing nothing is doing nothing that counts. As something that's morally the right thing to do is like exercise eating healthy. Oh cleaning or working or studying in your project learning language. We think that that is doing something whereas lying in bed. Staring into the wall is doing nothing. We're actually that couldn't be further from the truth because the reason you lying in bed looking into the wall. This is what you need to look at the fucking wall. It's because you're processing trauma Your brain like Gimme a fucking minute. I can't be Axa right now. I just need to look at this wonderful wool. And that's also K. And then maybe it's maybe the next day you WanNa have a smoothie for breakfast or maybe a domain one align bet for a week maybe and that's also fine. You're dealing with this exactly the way your brain to deal with this. Don't beat yourself up. This is the one thing you should try and focus on his. Try to be so kind to yourself and forgive yourself and just do what's lovely for yourself. I have personally neglected. And I'm not ashamed to say this. I am a bit otherwise it wouldn't say that. I have neglected Personal Hygiene in exchange full sort of house house high teams. I've been cleaning not painting. My walls obsessively doing another things. And then I've just you know owning shouted with the day something who gives a shit. No one's snow and seeing me alone. No one's known is being a victim of that apart for myself and now I've said like a spiral of WanNa clean my house in the mall. I'd say house my mystery of Clean my home anymore. I don't want to do any of that now. I WANNA PAM myself so now. I've shave my legs and I will as I'm recording this. I am preparing a foot bath football and that is where right now and it's fine and then probably tomorrow same bed all day. That's also fine. It's fine my breakfast is sometimes. It's a smoothie of nuts berries and almond milk and then sometimes it's just a wide role with some tele lots of butter on it and that's also fine. There's no morally correct thing to do. You're wearing a fucking. I'm sorry I swear much. We're in a bloody pandemic and we will just do what we need to do to survive. Stop thinking about if you'll gain weight that you have in Linda language or any of that. This is no. There are no rules for this. Stop Making people feel it. Stop letting people may feel bad about not doing this correctly. Right that was a Lotta rambling Just another thing I'll say real quick A massive massive. Thank you to the people who've signed up a Patriot and the people who sent one off donations through pay pal. It means it means the entire world. Thank you thank you thank you. It is it's overwhelming it's other well-meaning. Please tell me what you can do. Tell me what you need from me. Tell me what you would like This is our podcast so we get to the side so just let me know. And we'll figure something out. I've also enjoyed going on instagram. Quite a lot and it did nominee of you. Watching would all listening to the podcast is nice to have a live chat with you. I'm going to continue to go diamond. Instagram Quite a bit In the future because what else is release Domenico Online? I think this is becoming out on Wednesday. I think that's a plan Foam in Watson to go live tonight but look at his and online profiles around profiles to see if that's actually going to happen but anyways I I love Baynes. She is phenomenal. The I think one of Meta was in a shed in this. I don't remember what radio station does. Like a tiny bit local radio station where she interviewed me for a radio show and this was in the summer. I think it was Allston. I just remember liking her so much and as always this reminder trick warnings in the in the show notes on your podcast APP so do give them a check. If you're feeling vulnerable about certain things and yeah I rambled quite a lot. I don't get to speak to many people these days. So your your friends right now. So that's why I've been rambling now. I'm GONNA leave the rambling so it does matter Baynes. That's not a nice thing to say. She's very eloquent So yeah please identify his needs. My conversation with Samantha.
"baines" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto
"I've never got it more on this trip. So jam-packed Dude so many people were going crazy. They look like bringing down books. I need to read. There's this book I love it. I love it the openness and all the stories that I've heard where people just crashed each other's houses if they happen to be in town or there's always like the game of trust. It just seems to me like you guys. You know that. There's that phrase show don't tell you show what the game of trust really is when I'm falling back you. We know that people are going to catch you no matter what I've seen so many people you know and they're just to four or five people rush overnight. Oh Joey are we okay. They're holding an and they let him down easy he's sprawled out before for whatever that is the one armband thing you know the slot machines. Someone's winning a lot. He's you guys so much fun because there's a better chance with these these. He's kind of mindsets that you're GonNa talk with someone who is you know. Let's say well versed in like Alan Watts. Or you know these sort of these wonderful sort of like flash fees where it is about cooperation or collaboration. Yeah nobody ever hears about that. They they touched in somehow and their own eventually. And it's so fun John Lewis and Clark getting together with Marco and Polo just Marco Polo Marco Polo Marco Polo when they all get together and they have that mastermind brain station. They're like here's all my crazy information I've learned from going out there with the Michetti. Carving my pants dude that's awesome. That's such a commonality. I can't believe it you find that same tree because we're way over here. We saw that in the tree. You don't the only we go. Tell me some shortcuts. Okay here my circle you compare notes announce it's like shorthand now. You've gone even faster than before the old so good. It's so fun. All these folks here sparks here. What's incredible dude like silver the connections that I made insane like there's I was looking at hardcore uh-huh finding fucking one hundred thousand? He doesn't have so that you can travel party all your now as as I can take your brand construction. I'd rather travel long train. He's already giving me tips on how to be four. Five hundred thousand thousand dollars secrets. Forty degrees forty forty hour course the of course to get to get certified and then you gotta get gotTa get it. Hangs thanks have connections and then on top of it become shamans. Draymond Green I. I don't want to get all the good boring you. There's a documentary about the guy who goes goes out there and see what the word man no longer so it was never truly not not clear what it was. It was a metaphor for something that would really she can. Skew language was saying they don't have the right words to things for so much. Do do so many interpreting especially look at it through the Lens through the perspective of knowing where you know one of the interesting things did you look at what the Pope Siblings subliminally. This is an important thing to now. But we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA put it in your body right. How so? Let's distract you with this information instead. It's so crazy when you look at those metaphors those those things like this. It's crazy man. This is it this is so within this document. You was dead like magic mushrooms. My sheets and the guy goes in to see what's going on. Ah Possibility such as you deal it. It was something that was baked within the food to cannabis oil. So there's the theory and so that's they're all three on informed company call new host Jimmy six days I I ask a ceremony by different. So here's this one from the rule. Here's this yeah whatever. It's an article. I don't instructors understand getting.
"baines" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto
"I saw something on Youtube where a guy had somehow taken the consciousness awesomeness of his wife in made a robot head of her so he made a robot head of his ex wife and then somehow I don't know I mean this is heavy duty here I don't know how you can figure this out Then he took the the mind the brain the everything about their person person. Think the personality all that jazz and he put into the mind of of this android so the android was talking like the dead wife. I think it's an it's like thinking for itself so if that's the case and it's interesting because I've been watching watchmen phenomenal show. And it's funny because in the last podcast I just didn't Spencer Ed's McCall was talking about how he was working for this company where they were cloning. Dogs There's there's in the watchman there's there's a thing about cloning dogs.
"baines" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto
"Man behind the machine with another home run questioned. Yikes make fakes. I gotTa tell you who. It's a heavy duty heavy duty piece of information their bid. You always are are on the fringe of a simulation I I mean dude. You're you're in their in their I remember seeing a video. One time with a guy who hooked his brain clean up to his office somehow so he like the camera crews following him around he and he and he's like look I could open up the doors my mind and he just thought about it and you saw the door open up for his. I turn on the lights. And he looks at the lights and lights turn on. And so he's just showing us how he's turning on all these various emperor emperor in his office in what he's capable of because he had his brain. Somehow how in tune with this stuff and I know there's sort of like putting it in quote poor man's version of this kind of thing with a there's something called there's apparatus it's called Emotiv e- ability. Iv and you put it on your head and video games you can play. And you're playing them with your mind like commands like a mortal Kombat kind of game two fighters there on this side side view. And you're making a little guys jump around and fight each other and stuff.
'No moral leadership': Biden assails Trump in blistering speech
"Our present is aligned himself with the darkest forces in this nation the may twenty his battle for the soul of our nation that much tougher harder John doesn't understand what Franklin D. Roosevelt did Roosevelt said the president she's called preeminently a place of moral leadership see what JFK did when he said only the president represents the national interest he's blind what Lyndon Baines Johnson said of the office when he said quote nothing makes a man come to grips more directly with his conscience then the presence shop offers no moral leadership seems to have no interest in unifying this nation no evidence of the presidency has awakened his conscience in the least indeed a waiver present with a toxic tone was publicly and unapologetically embrace the political strategy of hate racism and division so it's up to us as it was in the twenties it's up to us delivery through a rare moment in this nation's history where our president is it up to the moment or our president lacks the moral authority to lead where our president has more in common with George Wallace then he does with George
"baines" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"This is John Feinstein with a CBS sports minute. Brought to you by navien tankless water heaters, proven performance friendless hot water. There will be plenty of Chicago. Baseball fans at this summer's hall of fame ceremony in Cooperstown. Lee Smith and Harold Baines who had their best years in Chicago. Smith on the north side with the cubs Baynes on the south side with the White Sox were both elected yesterday by the today's game committee. Smith's should have been a no brainer. He retired with it. Then record four hundred seventy eight saves and during his prime was one of the sport's dominant. Closers veins just squeezed in getting twelve votes the minimum needed. He was a borderline case with twenty eight hundred sixty six career hits a two eighty nine batting average and three hundred eighty four home runs. The fact that he didn't play the field his last nine seasons. Probably hurt him with the writers. Smith was clear cut Baines is very fortunate on John. Imagine your dream carpet installed for free. The Home Depot offers all inclusive installation on minimum purchases of six hundred ninety nine dollars. That's removal of your old carbon basic furniture, moving and stares. The dream harping comes in the price. You were expecting free carpet installation, that's actually free the Home Depot. More saving more doing only on showroom cover press. One dollar or more per square foot. Specialty items may be priced separately. License numbers available at homedepot dot com slash licensenumbers. This cold and flu season relief can be found at the Home Depot where right now the air innovations one point six gallon top fill humidifier is only ninety nine ninety seven that much needed moisture to your air. Right. When you need it most. And right now, even the price is a breath of fresh air so breathe easy with the air. Innovations top humidifier, just ninety nine ninety seven now at the Home Depot. More saving more doing. What.
"baines" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Just or the herald Baines did I don't know. I mean held been you know, he debuted in nineteen eighty and had enough staying. Power that I certainly remember Harold Baines like not just as a player, but as a good player, and I was not close to being born yet when herald feigns debuted in the big leagues. So I mean good for him. But man, and I really do wonder what the effect of this will be in, you know, like hopefully, not a lot other than getting at grin. 'cause there's just no argument for keeping at grout. But you never really wanna make the argument like, well, here's the worst player who's in. This guy's better than that guy. So let's put him in. I mean, you could have made that argument probably four hair bands of you'd wanted to. So I don't encourage that argument. But if anyone is looking at Harold Baines is a favor now, it's almost like when some voters just said a few years ago. Okay. Well, bud ceilings in so how are we going to keep PD guys out or not vote for PD guys? If the Commissioner who presided over the PD era is in. It's almost like that. I mean, I know that some people. Some writers have already submitted their ballots for this round of voting. But just like the fact that we might have a ho fame with Harold Baines in it and not Mike Mussina or Larry Walker or Jim Edmonds or Altis clearly superior players to Harold Baines. It just I don't know. It's it's not ideal. I hate the argument I understand you can look at this and say, oh, this is precedent setting. So like you were saying, well, if Harold Baines is in than therefore, all these other players have to be scholas- be, and obviously SPN, and I I understand it 'cause you're looking for some sort of consistency, and you figure well, you know, that that shattered it, but you know, it's like without getting political. It's like saying our current situation is precedent setting like well, as if we had this as a as a government than we guess, we might as well have more governments like this. It's like Jeffrey Loria set president because we had a terrible owner in major league baseball. We might as well open the door from work. Terrible owners. If a bad thing happens that shouldn't be console. Precedent that should be considered. Okay. A bad thing happened. Let's make sure that it is just the anomaly we don't continue to let bad things happen. Because if if you allow Harold Baines in the hall of fame like if herald herald what how do you drop the bar the bars dropped so low to let in Harold Baines that if dropped by equivalent amount, then we're just putting in someone who's like play the baseball game before in the majors. And then what is the museum even mean anymore? So again, you know, what you said fifteen minutes ago. I don't wanna pile on herald bands. And it's all we've been doing. But really the opponents has had a good career spent a lot of seasons as an average or above average player. Good for him. He played until he was forty two. I might not have be able to walk when I'm forty two credit to herald, Dan's very impressive. You'll get to deliver a speech where he will also probably deliver an average or slightly above average speech that goes on for a very long time. And then five percent of people like it except like..
"baines" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"He got twelve votes and Smith got all sixteen votes, unanimous selection of Lee Smith, I mean, so many of the selections for the hall of fame like people criticize the writers selections and non selections and sure they have put some probably undeserving players in and certainly have snubbed some deserving players. But I would say that the vast majority of the just agreed hall of fame picks and inclusions are via the veterans committee, and just you know, people who played with these guys in like these guys just kinda just getting them in once the raiders have already passed them over. And it's just a weird. I mean, I understand why you would want kind of a second way for people to get in. Maybe if the perception of their career changes dramatically years later, but this is just not improving the caliber of player in the hall of fame. And I mean during his career, I don't think anyone thought of Harold Baines. The whole Famer his highest and the finish was ninth one time and just was Denver. Just a good above average player. Like had a lot of longevity. You know, just solid solid player. But by just he is seventy fourth all time among right fielders. And I mean, just classifies you based on where you played most of your games and so held is in right field. Of course, he a whole lot. Here's just a partial list of players ahead of Harold Baines on the jazz list, number seventy two Nelson. Cruz number seventy one shouldn't suit CHU better more to surfing by jazz than herald Baynes, Brian Jordan who were about to talk about briefly with Eric. I just a lot of names. I mean, Paula Neil. I liked Paula Neil as much as the next guy and more than most people probably did. But not a hall of Famer Mookie Betts fifty. Six on that list way above herald, pay are ready as a as a hall of fame candidate Jose Bautista is way of I mean, Tim, salmon, fifty one it's just it's really I can't believe that herald dances fame herald bans. I so what I said earlier was that Harold Baines one-season his career where he was worth at least four wins above replacement. I should also say he's had two seasons in his career where he was worth at least three wins above replacement which ties him for nine hundred and forty seventh place all time. There are I mean, I I don't know if it's better to list players who have had other players who have had two seasons. At least that good or maybe other players who have had three, but like Logan forci has had two seasons of at least three wins above replacement. Geraldo, para, Alberto, Castro one of the Chris Young's? I don't know. Which one I'm looking at probably the outfield version, Adam Lind possible. Baby powder fodder Adam Lind, Kurt Suzuki. Marco scuderi. Chris is. Etem it Nick marquess, Andre Ethier. Billy Butler who is playing softball in Idaho. And killing it this had as many seasons of three wins of replacement as Harold Baines. And of course, this is like a longevity pick and nepotism pick more than it is a peak of his career pick. But this is stupid and is much as it would be easy to be here and complain about Lee Smith at least lease Smith like did one thing a lot. That was great. The one thing Harrelson's did a lot was play. And that's not that's not enough unless it is enough in which case, congratulations, Omar of his Kellen, your unanimous appointments to the hall of fame. Yeah. Herald Benz has exactly the same career war at baseball reference as Maglione Donas and or Donas had a a higher peak. So or Donas has a way better..
"baines" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"And add to like check, my surroundings and make sure that up was still up and done was still down because hero is the hall favor doubt at it's like as soon as that news is he's just he's in the hall of fame. Like, it's not even like, maybe he will be no he's just he's a whole Famer now, and that's that. And we just have to get used to this new world in which herald. Jeans is all Famer, I don't know what to make of it. I don't have. Okay. We have the same thing to make it. Right. And what we make of it is this is this is done. Right. That's that's let's just put it. Let's just put it out there herald Baynes, according to fan guesses where thirty wins above replacement over his career coordinates reference. He was worth thirty nine wins above replacement over his career. If you double that, then he would have been capable hall of Famer. I mean, we don't need to relitigate. The entire hail bands case, such as it is wouldn't have thought that anyone is making its case a lot. He played a. Two. And when you play until you're forty two you accrue, a lot of high numbers that make it seem like you did more than you did. So if there is any up, well, if there's any upside the upside for this is good news for herald Baynes Baynes family, but also this I don't think that Eddie marinas was really in any question now that he's in the last year of his eligibility at least through the front door because it turns out the back door is wide open and unlocked. I guess, but it makes absolutely no sense to have a hall of fame with bins in it Negga, Martinez, not in it. But like if you open the door for Harold Baines does that mean, Omar Vizquel is going to be all the Famer and just where is I in my head. I would use like sixty five or so wins above replacement is sort of a threshold. Of course, there's more to make an hall of fame than that. But that was my own cutoff and Harold Baines falls short of that by like so much. Good career short. What is what is Josh Donaldson in worth in his career? I haven't looked this up. So let's just let's just find Josh Donaldson in his career has been worth going to graphs thirty seven. He's been worth Harold Baines is career and Josh Donaldson late bloomer who still has a career to go. Yeah. I mean, Josh Johnson has been a better baseball player than Harold Baines ever was obviously I I mean, I don't really it's tough in these situations because like I don't wanna just pile on Harold Baines career like he had a nice career. And, you know, six time all star and he played for twenty two years and by all accounts, most account teases nice guy. And I mean, I'm sure he's happy and no one really suffers from this. Like, he gets the heaven ice day and herald Bain spins or happy, and I don't know the rest of us can just get used to it and probably shouldn't let it affect our lives. But it's like I don't want to be in the position of just mocking Harold Baines career because it was. Way better than almost all careers. But men it was not a hall of fame career. And I just I don't know. This is like, you know, I'm sure that he's not the worst person in the hall of fame the worst player. A certainly not the worst person terrible people, but we're player, even but it's been awhile. Like, I just sent a message HFEA a little bit. And if he answers I will update at the end of the episode, but I was wondering when the last time like a non reliever who was this far below the jaaz baseline at his position was elected..
"baines" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"I don't think we really need to go over this all again, we probably talked about this last year, but like teams to kind of huddle in their suites. And so everybody gets together at the same resort. So that they could just continue texting one another like, they do all the time. Elsewhere. So it's just it's an absurdity. It's disruptive. It's probably hell to plan. Although I don't know maybe this helps like the traveling secretary justify their job in the winter because otherwise it's not a whole lot else to do. But this is a dumb event. I do worse work when I'm here than I do from home. I only come here because it's good to see co-workers every so often. But of that, my work product is worse. I think most people's work product is worse being here. The teams don't wanna be here because they just text with everybody. Anyway, this is all dumb, and it hasn't even started yet. I look forward to reading your subpar posts over the next few days. So we have two guests lined up for this episode. The first is a fellow fan. Raider who is also in Las Vegas with you. Eric long and Hagan he will be joining us in just a few minutes to tell us about Kyla Murray who won the Heisman Trophy this weekend. And was drafted in the first round ninth. Overall, pick by the Oakland A's this year. And so now is facing some possible multi-sport future. He is committed to baseball for now. But no one knows exactly what will happen. Eric will tell us how he project says a baseball player and football player and possibly eight baseball and football player, then on a much sadder. And more somber note, we will be talking to a Tovey Hernandez who is a former Venezuelan journalist. Well, he is a current Venezuelan. Who is no longer a journalist, but he will be joining us to talk about the tragic killings of Lewisville, Buena and Jose castio last week in the Venezuelan winter league and just the general state of baseball and Venezuela, which is. Is not good spoiler. But Octavio will tell us about that. And about how he has fled the country personally, just because of the state of politics and violence and Wallis there before we get to our two guests one quick thing that I don't know whether you have even noticed because you are traveling and busy, and because you were not a hall of fame person under any circumstances. When I wanna talk about the hall of fame briefly, I wait till you are indisposed somehow, and then I sneak J Chaffee unto the podcast and talk to myself, but we barely spent any time talking about herald Baynes when we spoke a couple of weeks ago because whoever thought that Harold Baines was about to be a hall of Famer herald Baines is now hit baseball hall of Famer or will be when he is inducted. He has now been kind of ushered in via the side door along with Lee Smith, which is a little less surprising. But the today's game. Ballot. Which is basically the new incarnation of the veterans committee has elected both of these guys Smith, you know, whatever he's a closer. He had lots of saves. He was the all time saves leader when he retired. He doesn't stack up all that. Well, I don't think to some of the best closers who are already, and but he was probably the best of the candidates just compared to his peers. But Herro Baynes. I mean, I'm not a guy who cares as much as many people do about the hall of fame ether. But when I saw that news it was almost like a briefly became unmourned from reality..
Chicago legends Harold Baines, Lee Smith make Hall of Fame
"baines" Discussed on KGO 810
"I don't want prayers thoughts. I want gun control. And I hope to God. Nobody else sends me anymore prayers. I want control noble. Now, I want you to know that I agree completely stuff that we want to ban guns. It is the third need to be controls. And once upon a time we had a president of the United States by the name of Lyndon. Baines johnson. And it was fifty years ago fifty years ago this last month, it was an October the president of the United States spoke to the American people. The president was very clear about his position and actually the arms control act of nineteen sixty eight was an initiative of Lyndon Johnson. And I want you to know what the president of the United States, a president with courage, who by the way was from Texas who was a hunter who had a ranch who owned guns. Remember, the very famous story. Bobby Kennedy comes down to the ranch Johnson puts a gun in his hand and Bobby Kennedy fires the gun is knocked backward, and Lyndon Johnson said would that kind of boy is that boy. Lyndon Johnson said on the twenty second nineteen sixty eight listen to a president whatever flaws. He had who was a leader. He said this. The fact of life is that there are over one hundred and sixty million guns. This is a nineteen sixty eight in this country, more firearms and families. If guns are to be kept out of the hands of the criminals out of the hands of the insane out of the hands of the irresponsible. Then we must have a licensing if the criminal with a gun is to be tracked down quickly, we must have registration in this country. And then the president of the United States said the voices of blocked these safeguards. We're not the voices of an aroused nation. They were the voices of a powerful lobby a gun lobby that has prevailed for the moment in an election year. That was the NRA that was nineteen sixty eight look my position is very simple, ladies and gentlemen. If you have to have a license to drive a car. If you have to register your car. A car is a lethal weapon. A gun can be a lethal weapon. No one in the Democratic Party is talking about taking away guns. What they're talking about is appropriate gun control. And I have to tell you. The massacre that took place. This week. Again. I am proud that democratic leaders in California in Washington. Including governor elect Newsom and Senator Dianne Feinstein who by the way soil landmark assault weapon ban. She pushed through congress in nineteen Ninety-four expire in part and years later because of Republican opposition Republicans control congress set enough is enough. But the president of the United States doesn't seem to think. So after all. The NRA backed him for president. I wanted to throw this out because I want you to know. This mother is correct. We played the sound Karen play it one more time. Will you please? I want you to listen to what a mother says clarifying out for change. My son was in Las Vegas with lot of his friends, and he came home. He didn't come home last night. I don't want Breyer's thoughts. I want gun.
"baines" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Well if you really comcan your cock that long then you're doing a pretty good job you're damn right i am honey all hong kong all day suga boobs i wanted to say words so bad but i it moves this isn't the same isn't it like sugar tword that's a great word i would love to be able to call this lady that but had to say sugar boobs and just lose its impact so i have really nice but there was something during lyndon baines johnson's administration yeah because it went on for a long time very that's the old year recapping my hong kong some of the other day like you could go on the radio i would like to bludgeon i'm not saying this about you sugar boobs but you could say i want to bludgeon you the baseball bat and splatter your brains everywhere all over all i can say that and not get fine but if i said the t word for a woman's breasts we could get five as a station what kind of country are we in right now sugar boobs exactly exactly exactly call my boobs anything you want yes you can could i call one thanksgiving and christmas because gosh love when things come between the holidays i love holidays message on sending question in his honor he's not here what color the areola today like a pig snout that's a perfect areola is a pig snout it all depends on what you're looking at you have different colored areolas no okay i didn't really mean they'd take us down the travel path of talking about your boobs i'm sorry i don't don't leave me i can be better i promise so so do you they don't want boga d do you know the this is so interesting to me turn what's your story do you listen to the program regularly or did you listen when your your man there has it on the background or what all right you guys are pretty darn good what can we do in your opinion.
TAIPEI, Taiwan | US lauds Taiwan ties in dedication of new de-facto embassy
"As the relationship between the united states and china has gotten test your the trump administration has quietly been drawing another player in the region closer taiwan has received unprecedented attention from washington including a new complex to house america's defacto embassy that is going to be opening tomorrow here's npr's rob schmitz on the second floor of taipei's swanky grant hotel there's a bright red hallway dozens of frame photos featuring famous guests from the past sixty years president eisenhower lyndon baines johnson king of saudi arabia and then here in the middle nineteen seventy eight the negotiation for the united states break diplomatic relations with taiwan happened right here the us officially recognized china's communist party as the government of china taiwan status plummeted and so too does the status of the famous guests at the grand hotel world leaders are replaced with b movie stars local politicians and the king of tonga taiwan is never recovered says former senior adviser to taiwan's national security council wenchang lean not will mean that took the boots on the our minister of defense can't meet his us counterpart our foreign affairs minister can't meet his counterpart either our president can't meet trump even a phone call caused an international stir the phone call from taiwanese president cy young went to trump to congratulate him on being elected president may china uneasy the clerk will report the time live the bill h r five thirty five bill to incur that turn to anger earlier this year when both houses of the us congress did something they rarely do anymore they unanimously passed a bill the taiwan travel act which encourages officials at all levels in the us government to visit the island was later signed into law by president trump the taiwan foundation for democracy is georgeanne shoe says in his more than a decade of lobbying on capitol hill he's seen a change of attitude towards china say which friend clock back a satanic or fifteen years ago the atmosphere was totally different totally different whereas nowadays on the hill you'll hear the voice defending chine shoe notices a china fatigue setting in as beijing becomes bolder in its often ham fisted attempts to influence the world both politically and economically these efforts may work in the developing world taiwan sentinel editor j michael cole says but the west is growing weary of beijing so as the world seems to face a bit of crisis.
"baines" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"I would be surprised if i shot any threes my rookie year i'd be totally surprised i got you one for six well that's guys like everybody's gotta shoot three i'll tell you got closed stuff and kevin durant you can live and die by freeze but one of the problem too nba got now is hey those are the three best shoes in the world now we got every loser out there now trying to shoot threes got every they got big guys out there charlotte try michigan threes i mean the one thing these teams alert you have to shoot threes i mean that kid baines is doing a hell of a job for the celtics you know you know greg monroe came in and played the other day but for some reason every team to try to see three just for culture warriors got the three best shooters who ever live and is it only worked with those guys was it awkward at all last night you're at the game and you've had some words about draymond green did you see draymond green before the game saw them after the game i got nothing against entities players i'm on you know i shouldn't have said what i said about him and the pace you know in in is really weird the kids are good clear he's a very good player and i liked him i liked him i've never had any worse but i'm all you know what i said at the time i meant i mean even last night he goes out there and just knocked allies eight hard for a reason that was uncalled for unnecessary he's that picky sit in the back court was a cheap shot i didn't like that but the kids a heck of a player but you know i'm going to do my job i'm not here to make friends i did not i don't talk to these players i stay out of these players way i stay at different hotel that these players even when we even when we stay at the same table to make the move to a different hotel because you know criticized these guys at times so i always move hotels at this time the same hotel because the last thing i wanna do is punch one of these kids and i'm not worried about the importance of myself i've been better top but i don't want to punch either these kids.
"baines" Discussed on WLOB
"Elderly and disabled opioid treatment county jails people on wait lists and nursing homes speaker gideon kill them all she won't she wouldn't address tax conformity which would give tax relief to hardworking mainers and small businesses she even tabled a bill that would help the elderly stay in their homes or at least keep their equity if they were facing tax lien foreclosures remember that bill opera a few weeks ago after heard about it so they wanted to put a bill in that prevented now dishes your grandmother or your mother depending on how old you are and she's lost her husband maybe your father and she struggling along a not enough money we can go into whether or not social security could have done a better job if it wasn't so politicized back with president lyndon baines johnson from texan we took the one point seven trillion dollars a social security fund to he could find the great society we have just as much fun economic and financial problems among the same strider of people that he was trying to help as we did when he did it and now there's no money backing up the money that the government promised would be paid out to everybody who qualifies her social security so we're not going to help these people and all of a sudden something happens to them and maybe they're maybe they have a medical issue maybe they fall and something's broken they need all the money they can just to get their care and now they have coverage but don't have a complete coverage for what it costs and then the law allows the government to walk in and take it take the property say it's a two hundred fifty thousand dollar property and she goes twenty five thousand dollars i'm just using that to make easy numbers several years of tax payments he tony and what this bill was designed.
"baines" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"The democrats when from overt racism to covert racism in the '60s with lyndon baines johnson the democrats created the kkk hey to harass freed black man and what they called radical republicans who were republicans trying to get the black man the boat they decided in the '60s will we can't use covert racism anymore so let's make them as dependent on the government as we possibly can that way we still control their vote lyndon baines johnson was quoted by his autobiography by saying once i sang this civil rights bill all have those in words voting for democrats for the next two hundred years and he was almost right democrats have done nothing for the black community maybe a turkey yet thanksgiving in a toy at christmas all they've done is convince you that if you vote for republican something bad going to happen well nothing good as happened voting for democrats wouldn't you agree uh i mean yes or no it's it's pretty simple i think our uh you think i got through that guy no i did he didn't stop talking long enough for i'm sorry um you know time in his past use the color of your skin as a as an excuse for victim hood you know if you wanna be upset were somebody i i get that be upset with the politicians which would promised to do something about the black communities for fifty years your schools ring shambles your abandoned homes me to be tore down uh in improved the infrastructure needs to be improved street lights need to be replaced you need to bring back uh businesses to that part of the city and nobody is doing everybody's talking about it but nobody's doing anything about it you know we're going to give your fifteen dollar minimum wage for what there's no businesses in the black community they did give you abortion on the ban there you go i guess that's what they think of.
"baines" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"This is the nature of america inner city and this by the way is not brac hussein obama's legacy although he aid an abetted a greatly this is lyndon baines johnson legacy if you're after the cocktail party where people shooting everybody in the city what's real reason otamendi guns nope nope nope that they're shooting each other because they have no selfcontrol and they have no selfcontrol because they were product of the welfare state and lyndon baines johnson's great society own it do not shy away from it own it now democrats will not on it and more often than not fact they called the while big bank estonia's bill cosby he's an you can't really referenced build these days but at one point he really did do some good and i know on bills his watch out if you if you see bill cosby in a bar don't wanna buy you drink but he really came out and made a very strong stand against people in the black community has given a pass to this this thuggery the straight up primitive insanity it isn't just black people what people do but but more often than not the inner city thing is a black thing is straight up black criminality that's rather so many blacks in jail and they won't owner to this day which caught the black lives matter has a video now that's anti nra these nra videos are outstanding we run the audio on the shoulder now but they're coming out now and making excuses now they want more killing and thuggery to go hungry don't want any white people neighborhood that his aides and abets this again this is a sabotage about roma comeback alternate of buttons friday and you're on the edge the beat goes on and the shooting the beat goes on the young the then vein the the in life and.