35 Burst results for "Bosh"

Never Spend Your Emergency Fund Again

You Need a Budget

03:30 min | 5 months ago

Never Spend Your Emergency Fund Again

"Today I want to talk about what it might look like if you use a little bit of a tactic in the software I don't talk about the software per se very often but I wanted to give you a little tip today a lot of times when people are following wine ebbers specific where fallen rule to. Their embracing their true expenses it means that they're looking ahead and they're trying to find those larger less frequent expenses and they're breaking them up into manageable monthly amounts. So Christmas if you're gonNA spend twelve, hundred dollars a year easy math. You would take the twelve hundred dollars you divided by twelve, and then you would give yourself a one hundred dollar monthly bill. You could do the same thing for an HVAC repair. You could do the same thing for your Bosh Dryer not recommended and replace that thing so. You're always looking ahead to those larger amounts and then you're saying, okay, what would I need to save or set aside these are traditionally called sinking funds and put him right into wine APP and it's your category where you build up that money over time. Clear. What a lot of the time traditional advice would be. You have an emergency fund and that also makes good sense. Right? We're living in a bit of an emergency year. So you would say, well, I'm going to have three to six months of expenses saved for an emergency. What happens is you have wine numbers that. Don't have emergencies anymore, and the reason is because they're falling in to they're looking ahead and they're thinking about those expenses will come up their true expenses and they are embracing them with love affection and money because you need that third thing. More than any other so. When you are not having emergencies anymore do you still need an emergency fund? You may call that fun now. Something like. Something that really really caught us off guard that we did not see coming and the next time we'll see coming. That's a little bit along category name, but the idea is something happens and it really does catch you guard and it wasn't part of your rule to true expenses. You don't have a sinking fund setup that's when you could use an emergency fund. What I want you to do in the software is never spent directly from that blanket kind of grove. Emergency, Fund category. Instead I want you to make sure that you're always moving money to where that money actually will be used. So if you didn't foresee HVAC going out. How how I do not know but you don't foresee that. And is not covered under warranty. So you're going to have to get rid of actual cash. You could set up a category called home appliances repair something like that or more specifically HVAC I don't think it should be that specific but home appliances, maintenance and repair. And then you would move the money from your emergency fund that little pile of money used for things that you didn't actually budget for and you move the money to the home appliance repair category, and then you would spend that unfortunate large dollar amount from that category. Why? This is what gives you data for going forward. So you will not be caught on your hills again. So you never spent directly if you have an emergency fund category in Why am because you've just got cash set aside I don't know what will happen. This is truly for emergencies not because my car tires wore out, that's not an emergency that. Happens, but you have an actual emergency that takes emergency money. You would then move it to a category for the actual spending. So then you have the historical data to point back to and say, Oh, next time next time that will not catch us off guard

Game 5 wraps up of the 2020 Finals

The Lowe Post

10:15 min | 5 months ago

Game 5 wraps up of the 2020 Finals

"Moments after exciting. One of the best, finals games in recent memory. Game Five Heat Eke Ekit out to live another day and joining Zach tonight now Chris. Bosh. It wasn't quite. Five to Allen for three. It was quite Bosch Talon. But this is up there with one of the biggest heat wins in history I mean. For sure. It's an incredible game. What did you think of it? Man You know I, it is starting to be one of those series that's just kind of grinding to a halt. You thought that was going to happen is not happening. Everything, every player that she thought was going give this particular stat line is not it's not really transpiring right now but I mean, you have to give all credit to the heat and I kept telling people this in all these interviews you know how can get? The Lakers. Over they've got the uniforms on and I just like, okay he don't WanNa be here but let me tell you something. These guys if there's anybody. Who would embrace a difficult situation? It is Erik Spoelstra and Butler seems to really. Thrive off of that and anticipate that. affected. So it's Kinda like a marker will really hard is. Like they say, Oh hey yeah, we're here now. We're supposed to be competing for championship. This is how it's supposed to be. You know is this all about survival now there they've lived to play another day and that's what you gotta do. I think it's time to just acknowledged. Once and for all that, the heat had become a great team you know there was always this question of. Did they benefit from the hiatus hiatus in everything the bubble shake the bucks more than other teams. Did they benefit from hayward getting injured a really good. You. Know this Lakers seem his lost one game in every playoff series. Until now, they have not lost to to a heat team that is missing its leading postseason score until this series Goran dragic that they could started to acknowledge Jimmy Butler. The top ten player. Yeah that'd be we're. GonNa. Have to rearrange the rankings because this dude just put up thirty five, twelve eleven in forty seven minutes forty seven minutes and five and a half whatever it is it's the game you play dull game. Survived forty thirteen seven on fifteen of twenty-one masterpiece from the Brian. James we can talk about the end of the game if you want. Everyone can focus on the end of the game, but the heat put themselves in position to win at the end of the game. Duncan. Robinson was unbelievable. They're shotmaking was outstanding and this team just keeps in with Bam out bio clearly, not one hundred percent missing layups, missing dunks, he can play better he. To acknowledge the heat now are are for real and just like you were saying, they're short handed to. So you know we need to keep that in mind You can only imagine how the series would be a little different Gora was out there and not that he's just going to be that dominating presence, but he gives them another layer. To their attack and you know they have that team cohesion down pack and I mean, I don't really know where the lapses with the Lakers are happening with dunkin' Robinson. He's making them pay every time. I. Mean He's moving himself up into Lee Company every game because you don't expect them the thing you know you don't think he's going to continue to go on the street. He's he's gone on and you'll eventually figure that a veteran is GonNa get into them and just chase him to the bathroom. But but it hasn't happened yet and I mean they're making them pay every single time and. Boy I. Tell You. We'll. We'll see what happens game six. Years especially with a hobbled a little bit man. That's one of the big cities we should probably get to. Well, let's let's talk about the end of the game real quick. Okay. So a Frank Vogel Lakers coach has come out after this game and said that there were bad calls at the end. Jimmy Butler getting to the line I'm going to have to go ahead and disagree he's probably GonNa give find. Lakers lead the Lakers up one. He, ball they run a beautiful fast play for Jimmy Butler gets A. He screwed good play Lebron not. because. Eighty one moving so whilst I foot Lebron on. Screen Lebron and she goes up but Jeff Van Gundy called on the broadcast he he floats see I mean. It in verticality your whole. Career. Frank Vogel helped invent it with Roy but. He floats. He fails right? That's a foul. Yes. Afoul he jumped into them. You know good call by the resident and you have to give you know usually referees are getting tough time I. Think they called a Great Game Day You can always look on both sides and say, well, if an if but if they're even in the game is tied and the players they're the ones who are dictating what happens out there. Hopefully, the game isn't called. You know at the end by you know free throws or anything like that but all. Evenly called Game I. Feel. Throws. Yeah, each team had their opportunities and. Jimmy Man Jimmy Butler man he's he's continuing to do it. Man I gotta I gotta you gotTa give him props he's going to make give him props I. Mean he put them on their own is back in those last minutes. Man I mean, the one leg get he's hidden one legged fadeaway. You know he's hitting the free throws down the stretch to dribble I mean he's He's shoot free throws when you're that exhausted and not just. Did you her second he was going to miss you like just. To, to, of course, you were not you think he's GonNa Miss One because as a player I know how I would feel I'm GonNa Miss One. On. THAT TIRED Like him going over when he was leaned over panting after getting fouled, you know they burned a time out after that but. Just him just still being able to muster up whatever could and having a concentration suppose still had Chris Bosh on his roster. He would have run that play where you went to the back side. And the coroner. You. Come on you. Play for last second shot several times. So okay. So it makes a two free throws come down. They call time out again, Van Gundy and Mark Jackson. Call on this game all over this. Danny Green is in the game with a know Dunkin Robinson's on Danny Green. They know that they're going to run the screen to try to force Dunkin Robinson they know there's going to be a double with Lebron that's exactly what happens Lebron Drives Zach he drives into a crowd. There's three is three and a half guys there. He makes the basketball play Chris Bosh, which he is made for fifteen years since he's been starting to the playoffs, throws it to the Open Guy Danny. Green is a thirty eight percent three point shooter from that spot according to second spectrum is wide open. So I'll I'll throw them another couple of percentage points. And he missed it. Well I know Danny wants that one back. you know he made the right play it was a crowd I. I think he had the mentality to say, you're not going to beat us. We're sending everything in the kitchen saying and we're just going to close the shooters. They got the play that they were looking for. It was a tremendous play Danny Green slipped out. You kinda tell that the heat we're anticipating that play. Brahms. So able to make a very decent pass out the Danny grains got he got his hands on he stepped right into it. Any other time nine times out of ten he'll make that shot. You know he missed it what the interesting thing was on the rebound market Moore's he had plenty of time and he kind of made a quick decision Brian, opened on the right wing, which is always easy to say a new usually. Yeah. You throw it to ad but he had another big on you know and that was just man I was a tough light. It was very tough sequence. Watching film you. In it again now. You. Know Marquee Foucault Danny Green like he just handed the ball to hand off again Danny was right there funny though when he's when you through the LOB. Through. It I looked under the Rim I saw a d. and I thought again the balls just hand in mid Air I thought okay. I hate that decision because ad Mike, I'm putting the referees in play a little bit their down one, and then of course, the pass was that not an accurate he choked right let's just say. I'm not saying I would say that to mark keeps face in this moment. Do not say that Bryant don't say that. He. What do you WanNa say it's choked. Well he also as you pointed out before we started, you know they were setting the screen it they set for Jimmy on the on the go ahead. Free throws a flat screen by crowder and the flat screen is designed. You know Chris knows when your face in half court, it's designed to make defense. Gessler. Like which way to go, but it is an which wishing the pick he went he went from an angle to switching to the flat. kind of this weird in between space and if you don't, if if you're not demonstrative about your coverage, you'll get exploited

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LeBron James and the Miami Heat: From Champions to Breakup to NBA Finals Opponents

ESPN Daily

03:13 min | 5 months ago

LeBron James and the Miami Heat: From Champions to Breakup to NBA Finals Opponents

"Brian Windhorst you have spent I think the last decade of your life trying to establish successfully establishing by the way that you are a lot more than the Lebron guy after knowing and covering him longer than any other human being in our business dating back to your high school days in Akron and then even through the time you famously up and moved to Miami to cover him there. So I just want to begin by apologising for pulling you back into the orbit of the same son we've been worshiping for now seventeen years well I wouldn't be here but for Lebron I, extraordinarily fortunate to meet him when He. Was Fourteen years old his move to Miami in open the door for me to come to ESPN. So I, Oh, Lebron immensely, and while all of us want to spread our wings as we get older certainly would never shy away from or or tire from looking at this this guy because he's been influential character in my life and thankfully and influential character in the history of the NBA. Yeah. That was incredibly well said but now it's time to get super messy because in this case in this series where there are so many different interesting storylines and angles, it does feel like past might be prologue. I want to go back ten years now. It is July ninth, two, thousand and ten and Lebron James is introduced to heat fans for the first time along with Dwayne Wade and Chris. Bosh introduced to the NBA really for the first time as this big three and Lebron is asked about his plan for winning championships in Miami. Three kings came down here to win championships. Not One championship to Lebron. Tell us about that not too on. Now. Now by. Not. Fix. So at that moment. How did the Miami Heat See Lebron era playing out? Pat Riley thought that that was. The Greatest Dynasty team that he had ever been able to be a part of. Better than magic and Kareem and James Worthy. Better. Than Shack and Dwayne Wade better than the hopeful teams that he had with the next with Patrick Ewing and Allan Houston John starks. He thought this was one of the greatest teams in the history of the NBA. He saw a horizon for a decade where they would be in the finals year after year after year and maybe they wouldn't win it every year and maybe they wouldn't win five six or seven Lebron said, but they would rack up. It was going to be his sunset team. He was going to ride this dynasty out and then go into the sunset and it was an incredible for years. It was one of the most prolific four year runs in the history of the NBA, but it wasn't that dynasty and Pat. Riley, has never one hundred percent ever gotten over.

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Cory Schlesinger On Isometric Training

Just Fly Performance Podcast

05:30 min | 8 months ago

Cory Schlesinger On Isometric Training

"Welcome to another episode of the show. I know you've probably if you've been following this show, you've probably caught a couple of McEwen as that I've put on and decided, it's time to not just do them myself. Because I enjoy answering questions, but in addition to have to kind of check and make sure I'm not double or triple covering old question. I just thought it'd be more fun to get more minds involved in this segment of the show and I always enjoy whether it be an episode with three people or four, generally speaking the more the more people in the conversation. It's always a good thing and. And also I just love talking to Corey. So I wanted to get him involved on the the QNA. Here just a quick back onto for those you guys who aren't too familiar with corey his work. He is the head, strength and conditioning coach for the Phoenix Suns. He's spent the last or the previous three years as the head of basketball athletic performance for Stanford University. He was involved at a couple a D. One schools before that he's also trained pro athletes Olympians, and it's just overall as a coach in his overall a coach who? Is incredibly creative, but also is incredibly practical and athletes centered in the way that he views train. The training of the athlete core is a guy who not only has a great mind for the strength element things, but also played basketball in the college level and is continually. Looking at a wider more zoomed out view of what what training athletes means in context of becoming a better player. So for the show we took you guys as questions on social media, a lot of them were directed towards US specifically core issues on athlete autonomy in his training system, but also some great questions on isometrics foot training. Combining strength with sports, skill, training and more This was a really fun show and I will say definitely the questions are probably a little bit more geared towards cores neck of the woods, which is awesome. I mean honestly I I would just as well consider this a second interview with Corey just as much as a Q. A.. It's just fun to answer these questions alongside him so for episode to eleven. Let's get onto this QNA with myself and Corey slesinger. I. We got a special QNA today. I was sick of just doing myself and some super excited. Have Corey here so welcome to the Q. and Corey. Hey glad to be able. All right well, so let's get rolling. Thanks Irwin. Who who pop questions I? Think we just ask for my instagram this time instead some different mediums. Usually, that's where most of them come from anyway, so ause kick it off. Acceleration Randy Petersen thanks for the question he asked about the utility of ground-based strength, tumbling, crawling ruling, wrestling with pro athletes, and so maybe this could be framed to like a college versus pro, or as he worked through the levels What do you think about that one corey in in different populations. You know it's it's interesting because everyone, no matter what if you're professionalize your amateur? They all fit on a spectrum of their own developments, so like taking a. Broad like. Tumbling good for professional athletes, yes, if they're lacking certain things and the same of amateurs. Yes, if they're lacking certain things, but we gotta look at it more so in my opinion is you gotta? Just do it needs Alice. And where that athlete is currently, you know it's not this cutoff point where all of a sudden they're professionals. They don't need to do XYZ or there. Is there an amateur, so they have to do x Y and Z. You have beautifully gifted genetic athletes who don't eat a lot of art work to be hundred percent hottest, and so then you skip a lot of those steps, or you have more strategies in place to keep them. Them playing or keep them doing the things that make them awesome on the court or on the field, and then you have some that are like well. They're grinders are the ones that constantly need that training stimulus or that controlled stimulus to help them develop or stay more robust than those athletes in the woods yet? Maybe they do any more quote, unquote, ground-based work, or they need more skill acquisition, not from a skill perspective on the court, but just from a human perspective, and that's where for me. It's everybody across the board on your child won't do your DNS in stages, or you're an elite level athlete, who seven foot tall and do a backflip duck. All of them need some form or fashion of. Tools that will allow them to get in and out of scenarios via falling which everyone in some point we'll go through or you know being ground-based and being able to stay able is and being able to express that or not only express forces, but also be able to hush this to be able to sustain them to be able to of our accepts them into. Be Able to redirect them, and that's where I think there's a question that was presented earlier. The France Bosh you. How does this influence? I guess some of these things. Just self organizing and that's what I think. Tumbling willing comes into the equation as Yom. You're just giving them exposures them. How to self organize in areas that might not be. Normative values are a plane basketball on a hardwood surface which requires as a ton of stiffness. How about we actually teach them how to fall and get more compliance so they can keep receiving

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S13E14  Ace of spades - burst 07 - Edit 01 - Expand - 2020-07-01 - 10-22

Ubuntu Podcast

01:34 min | 9 months ago

S13E14 Ace of spades - burst 07 - Edit 01 - Expand - 2020-07-01 - 10-22

"Of the traditional my opinion. I mean I seriously feel like that could work I mean someone could do that right now, but they have to. They have to understand the concept of this is much like the appliances be told by the last shot. Where if you want to apply which runs plex? For example, it's about how download. And install it, and then stopping stole flex, serve on. Media Cell Phone. But will you actually want us to go? I won't the plastic on this called dumb. This is anthony technically. To be able say are only able to only release, and so when you go to the release versions. There's one in that. Download twenty four download eight, hundred, four down two, thousand ten, and then the bomb downloadable onto mine. And it's literally just theater to build, but tweak to detects a new version of the package the new. Repulsed reversion. You released fashion to just upgrade to it. Oh, Bosh Dot! That doesn't seem to me and. It would solve the problem entirely for people who demand volume, Mesh, and then you come, and this is why for eighteen months we get Stewart language on the oven to pocos. So after Nashville Tennessee as also email on this topic I think I've been to is perfect as it is whenever there are updates, I'm confident. That will not break my system. Do not to worry about package dependencies. which will be taken care of by the team? As a normal nontechnical use, it is liberating, not have to manage package dependencies I

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S13E14  Ace of spades - burst 07 - Edit 01 - Expand - 2020-07-01 - 10-22

Ubuntu Podcast

01:34 min | 9 months ago

S13E14 Ace of spades - burst 07 - Edit 01 - Expand - 2020-07-01 - 10-22

"Of the traditional my opinion. I mean I seriously feel like that could work I mean someone could do that right now, but they have to. They have to understand the concept of this is much like the appliances be told by the last shot. Where if you want to apply which runs plex? For example, it's about how download. And install it, and then stopping stole flex, serve on. Media Cell Phone. But will you actually want us to go? I won't the plastic on this called dumb. This is anthony technically. To be able say are only able to only release, and so when you go to the release versions. There's one in that. Download twenty four download eight, hundred, four down two, thousand ten, and then the bomb downloadable onto mine. And it's literally just theater to build, but tweak to detects a new version of the package the new. Repulsed reversion. You released fashion to just upgrade to it. Oh, Bosh Dot! That doesn't seem to me and. It would solve the problem entirely for people who demand volume, Mesh, and then you come, and this is why for eighteen months we get Stewart language on the oven to pocos. So after Nashville Tennessee as also email on this topic I think I've been to is perfect as it is whenever there are updates, I'm confident. That will not break my system. Do not to worry about package dependencies. which will be taken care of by the team? As a normal nontechnical use, it is liberating, not have to manage package dependencies I

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S13E13  Killing an albatross - burst 4 - Edit 01 - Expand

Ubuntu Podcast

03:33 min | 9 months ago

S13E13 Killing an albatross - burst 4 - Edit 01 - Expand

"Of an appliance image. Now the other pieces there is if you just want to make an appliance image. In this launch information you will find the image builder, which is a website that you can go to, and you can say I want an image for arouse. Reply on I want to use a boon to core eighteen and I want these snaps in it, and it will assemble Latte for you, and you can just download it so unlike like being destroy maintain a like. I am for classic Bundi where you have to learn all of that deep meaningful. Stuffing live CD route F S and all the rest of it. None of that anymore. You can just push button to get started. which sounds good distribution things I mean I'm to quote make. You know make it up. They don't make districts. Make Up, so this is like. If you've got to snap out, the BE WANNA give, people i. Short way of putting on their ause reply. All the that means told them to call and he's too lazy. Just pay just installed this bosh dot exactly and interestingly it looks like as appliances for each of the things I ran on my home server, so I could see myself at some point in the future. Replacing that with a little cluster of rows replies running these things. And If you've got good ideas for appliances that could be added to the portfolio. There's links to the Bantu Discourse Wha- There's a category in there and. Even if you're not signing up to do it, you can express your interest in applying images, and then the advocacy team will go out and try and find the right context to see if we can get them to make that happen really well. The Lord Harry I have ideas for this and. I have a very specific idea, right? She to can get it to work which is I? Won't something where? Something to arouse be Pie, and you could just a presentation on a lot, but office presentational PTA from powerpoint, and then displays it full scrapes host of digital signage vibe. But it's all driven off just one single presentation because they. They wanted to lucky from Obama building here in the in the foyer right. So I, thought Oh all do I'll get. Aroused by. And I'll have a used. Sombrero something's eating falls onto it. And then something which can vendor a powerpoint, but Getting, don't view it to work. Turned out to be hauled that it looks and getting I'll I try using web Maceio skinned. That didn't have g-strings stuff from music in it and just. So it felt like something that should be easier than as bobby good idea. Absolutely you could idea. Yeah I'm looking forward to some more of these that are in the pipeline as well. There's some interesting stuff coming alongside. Of My twenty three rows replies I will be partitioning some of them to be re purposed to use some of these, and the the first candidates are the next cloud appliance, and the AD guard applying some I'm looking forward to setting pat guard, not just using that hosted solution. Next up I think in a previous episode we had a brief discussion in as a sort of segue in another discussion about what it takes to make device up into certified canonical have actually now done a blog post about lack going into the people in processes behind. Getting a device and

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Houston - Let Freedom Ring Rally' protesters speak out against Harris County mask order

Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

00:52 sec | 11 months ago

Houston - Let Freedom Ring Rally' protesters speak out against Harris County mask order

"Against Harris County County judge judge leader leader had had all all those those mandatory mandatory face face mask mask order order drew drew hundreds hundreds of of protestors protestors to to downtown downtown Houston Houston today today organizers organizers have have filed filed a a lawsuit lawsuit to to stop stop the the order order from from taking taking effect effect Monday Monday but the assistant county attorney argues judge Dogo is well within their rights to issue its interim partner in this transition and ask people to cover their mouths dialogues required contribution during the nineteen eighteen yeah they were constantly on them their constitutional that's from a TV partner channel to several county judges around Houston are area I have chosen to urge your encourage face mask rather than penalize violators with a thousand dollar fine for Houston city council members sent letter to judge your doggo today calling the mascot or unnecessary and immoral and demanding she rescinded the letter signed by council member Michael coup bosh Mike Knox Greg Travis and Amy pack

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A Throwback Way to Hire Tech Workers: Apprenticeships

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:45 min | 1 year ago

A Throwback Way to Hire Tech Workers: Apprenticeships

"Every company wants to be a company. One consequence of that tech workers workers are in higher demand than ever and companies are struggling to fill their open positions so some of them are going about things the old fashioned way. They're bringing in apprentices our reporter Adam. Shot is here to explain how they're doing it. Adam thanks so much for joining us. You're welcome okay. Let's start start by zooming out. What exactly is the problem? Here for companies. What are they trying to address? The problem is there are many entry level roles that are going unfilled eld today especially in. It support and programming. And they're not enough college graduates to fill those roles. Also college graduates prefer more skilled jobs. As opposed to entry level jobs that could be in support of a website or other tasks so companies are now turning to high-school graduates and those who hold. GED's to actually fill those roles and they're being trained to actually start working in the company they're given a salary and the training typically lasts about twelve to twenty four months and at the end of the training. They're put into full-time jobs with the full skills they're expected to display. It used to be the companies were only competing with other tech companies for talent but now most companies have attack tech team so they're competing with everyone to get people in the door. Let's talk a little bit about these companies. It doesn't surprise me at all. The Bosh is leading the way here. Germany has has a very well known well established history of apprenticeships. But I do know that TAC was always one of those areas where they still were specifically looking for people who had college alleged degrees so Germany implemented this program and now we're seeing that being replicated in the US that's correct in two thousand. Fourteen Obama called he talked about during a state of union. He pointed out. APPRENTICESHIPS is being more geared towards the traditional jobs that could be vocational and he talked about the importance of apprenticeship in new areas like healthcare and technology. Ever since. Then there's been a lot of focus on starting those apprenticeship issue programs in the US especially in companies that are using a lot more tech and are increasing the hiring of tech workers. You mentioned the way in which these apprenticeships usually are. Set Up twelve to twenty four months programs on the job trainings. What do they do to supplement the education that somebody would have gotten in a college program Graham for example? The idea is to make sure that these people will get the skills that they need and get a salary at the same time. It's what IBM calls a pay as you go education method so they don't take on the debt of college but get the skills necessary to actually do a job so in in one case. IBM trained A nurse to actually take on a job in blockchain and it's only a support job so in this case she was given the skills necessary to support the blockchain technology at IBM one thing. I'm sure people are thinking about. Are these apprentices taking a payout now for less pay later One of the things that we often look at our that people are going back to college to get master's degrees because they they think that is going to get them to the next level of employment. So do they talk at all. About what kind of career pass these apprentices can expect to have if they they don't have that four year college degree a lot of these programs actually especially the one from IBM and the one being implemented by Bausch they're actually certified by the Department of Labor and at the end of the apprenticeship programs the actually get a certificate on the kind of skills that they've obtained so those skills could be moved to a new company in some cases the The apprentice may not want to continue on the job but they can take that certificate from the Department of Labor on that specific specific skill to another job so it becomes an important part of the resume I just pilot programs or are the companies expecting to build them out in some way in New New York City there are about three percent of apprenticeship programs are dedicated to tech and that's not enough According to a particular study I read. So there's not enough focus on technology right now though. The focus growing a lot of the companies still are little hesitant in hiring anyone the one with just a high school degree the still prefer to look for talent with the four year degree. It's a mentality that they have that they're trying to overcome. So some companies are breaking molds and looking at this new talent just because there is a need. It's interesting actually. If you think about the people who who are heads of a lot of these big companies college dropout is something that you read on a lot of their resumes. That is true this in this case case a lot of the apprenticeship programs are geared towards people who cannot afford college at all so with the case of Barclays. They're actually really working with underserved communities or underprivileged communities in the city to actually hire talent so it adds diversity to their workforce as well so this problem actually addresses an issue of those who just cannot afford to go to college or does with associates degree. Who Don't want to go to college? But only join the workforce. Are there any challenges that they're running into as they're implementing these programs here in the US. Yes one one of the challenges the mindset especially with the human resources folks folks the challenge is to especially in engineering companies like Bosch where the talent level is highly skilled for them. The challenge is to convince the engineering engineering heads to. Actually you know. Think differently about hiring people so in this case Bosh is actually hiring. Software programmers to develop technologies for autonomous cars. And these are jobs that are typically geared towards a four year degree holders also. They're running into challenges with employees are technical people who could be mentors because it takes a lot of time to make sure the the apprentices is actually learned during the program and the learning experience is actually fun so these people are busy. They don't have time and they have to take time out of their busy schedules. Israel's to do that and some of them are really excited about this Idea mentoring new talent shot. Thank you so much for joining

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Iran In The News And On A Comedian's Mind

The Frame

09:25 min | 1 year ago

Iran In The News And On A Comedian's Mind

"Welcome to the frame. I'm John Horn. Yesterday morning. We began again looking for an Iranian American creative type. Who could talk about possessing that identity? During these ten times our news clerk Andrea Gutierrez suggested Azzaro newer bosh a comedian whose bicultural identity is a key part of her stand up Act Zara. I am a feminist Muslim iranian-american. The American comedian. It doesn't always go that way. When Zora took her seat in our studio yesterday afternoon she hadn't heard the news that Iran had just launched missiles at American targets in Iraq? While oh yeah I didn't check the news today And I actually haven't been looking at the news because when the first mention of war with Iran came up I just they couldn't handle the click bait flare of headlines about my family and their lives lives so I just had to turn it off and wait for news from family members. Told me a little bit about your family coming to the states during the revolution where you grew up I was born. In Sacramento of my birth certificate. Is Public Record. Go look it up. My nuclear family lives here. When the Iranian Revolution broke out we couldn't go back And were left in a position much like we are in right now wondering what's the come When can we go back one? We'll things chill out. When can we see my grandma? I aunts uncles cousins and here we are again. I only went to Iran when I was fourteen and there was this window of time where things look like. Maybe they're working out. There was a feminist inclined. Leader her And things looked like maybe it's changing and I got to meet my aunts and uncles and cousins and grandma for the first time and I didn't WanNa leave the it was my first experience of just unconditional love as a teenager in a Nirvana era and we came back home and my dad came into my room and he said Were Staying Watch. Vh One and a catch up because because up until that point I was raised as though we were going to go back because my parents want me to experience a culture shock if we you went back and when my parents decided that we were for sure staying I wasn't at home in any culture and VH1 did help a lot. So I studied theater like you did at UC Berkeley. I ended up doing public radio. You ended up doing comedy. Is there a natural path from cal to what you're doing today. Oh absolutely I studied theater I studied Meta theater. The contracts that create a theater around us places that we don't see theater that are like the news and I just released a report on. Stand up comedy and all the things that we find funny and why it's like a farm-to-table field guide on jokes. Wchs you could find a pop culture. Collaborative website pop co lab dot org slash. Funny is funny and yeah I mean I don't know what's is it like for you to. I feel like anybody who studied theater right now. must feel a little bit out of body because there or is such a theater to everything going on right now that everything is performance in a way. Yes yeah I think that's true. Let me ask you this. I I studied theater and I did as a final project in one class. I had to do stand up comedy I bombed. Do you remember the first time that you went out and did stand up. Was it an open mic. Oh my God. I'll never forget how I was at a place called the Brainwash Caffeine Seabra Cisco it was Like A hazing For All comics. I mean you had to go to the brainwashed. I think people still do and I met Ali Wong. She started the same night as me. Wait Alley was going the first night her own stand up the same notice you yup. That's good company. And she killed it. I totally only bombed and I just wanted to try it again. And that's when I knew I was a comic. I think that's when you know. Is You bomb. And you're like I really WanNa try that again. People always think comics are brave. And I'm like no we have a deluded sense of optimism we're talking with comedians are a nor bash. I WANNA play a little bit from standup piece that you've done. I Say I'm Iranian. People get scared by this. I like to have fun with it. I like to sit in the front row of nuclear physics classes. Excuse me professor this plutonium the crates. I WanNa ask you not so much about that joke but about your own identity and how it became part of your comedy was that always always us. You know it's funny when you played that joke because about two weeks ago a friend of mine was like. Isn't this kind of getting a little old. And here we are With the whole new sense of stakes Identity so very soon in my career as a stand up comedian. I realized that if I don't say who who I am and what I believe in at the top of my set. Everyone will wonder the whole time. I'm talking about farts and WCHS and poop jokes and so whether I wanted to or not I had to understand my political identity and yet you wrote in The New York Times a couple of years ago about how some of your humor was received and how you felt a part of that narrative and this is what you wrote i. I tried to humanize Muslim families with my one woman show. All Atheists are Muslim showing the story of moving in with my white atheist college boyfriend and telling my parents about the message. The audience was meant to be left with was that if total nonbelievers and Muslims can find common ground then everyone in between should be able to unsurprisingly. None of this worked. Yeah because what would end up happening is after shows people would come up to me and say well. You're one of the good Muslims and that it's is that confirmation bias just they would just take me and relegate me to the part of their brain that accepted people and go back to demonizing everyone else. Let's explain the good Muslim versus the bad Muslim. Because that's part of what you talk about. How would you define a no win situation? The the things that make you acceptable or like a friend to one community is what demonize you to another things that make it with one group of people break it with another. There's no winning and regardless your character is up for question it's a witch trial. So what do you say to yourself. What is my role as comic? Do I not worry about the outcomes. How do you process those guns reactions? You know the most powerful the thing that I've come to realize for me is that it's never up to any one individual. I think the most important thing that we as Americans need to know is that we are part collective that we need community. We need infrastructure that there is not one strategy that there's narrative strategy there's cultural change their policy change there's infrastructural change we need all of it and all of it needs to be doing the work and I don't think that it's right to put all all of that weight on any one person's shoulders we all have a role to play and we need to do the best job we've ever done ever this year. You have a great title senior fellow on comedy for Social Change With the pop culture collaborative. What is that? And how are you you finding allies in what it is you're trying to do. I find allies with people who have intersecting experiences With me I am. I am a bisexual

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Kobe Bryant Headlines Star-Studded List Of Hall Of Fame Nominees

Waddle & Silvy

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Kobe Bryant Headlines Star-Studded List Of Hall Of Fame Nominees

"Kobe Bryant Tim Duncan Kevin Garnett Chris bosh among tried the twenty twenty nominees the basketball hall of fame they'll all go in everybody goes into the basketball hall of fame right yeah because it it it it's not just including the NBA the international in college and everything bill Cowher Jimmy Johnson among finalists for the hall of fame centennial class thirty eight finalists will be trimmed to fifteen to ten senior players three contributors and two coaches on January eighth in

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Apple Releases iOS 13.3: Brand New Features, Vital Bug Fixes And Security Patches

Mac OS Ken

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Apple Releases iOS 13.3: Brand New Features, Vital Bug Fixes And Security Patches

"Thirteen dot three puts the kyw Bosh on an airdrop vulnerability well kind of vulnerability according to the report. Self proclaimed white hat CA. Sean Gary found an airdrop bug that led him repeatedly son files to all devices vices. ABLE TO ACCEPT FILES WITHIN WIRELESS RANGE OF AN ATTACKER GORIA called the issue air. Dos because when done right tord wrong in this case the process basically acts as a denial of service attack as tech crunch explains it when a file is received IOS. Oh West blocks the display until the file is accepted or reject it. But because I o Western limit the number of file requests the device can accept an attacker can simply keep keep sending files again and again repeatedly displaying the file except box which causes the device to get stuck in a loop. If you you are one of those heathens who has your airdrops set to receive vials from everyone. This was for you most of all now I keep using the past tense stands because apple fix the issue with IOS thirteen dot three an IPAD O. S. thirteen dot three tech crunch says apple fixed the bug by adding a rate limit admit that prevents a barrage requests over a short period of time. Funny Enough Apple doesn't see air. Dos a security vulnerability precisely. The there are issues. The Cupertino Company does recognize his vulnerabilities though thirteen of them are fixed in the thirteen thousand three updates according to apple security updates page. Now if you're rocking an older iphone or an IPAD that can cope with its own. Os Apple Security already site points people to Iowa twelve dot four dot four one security fix and this one dedicated to face time it's applicable and should be applied the the iphone six s and later IPAD air to and later IPAD mini four and later and ipod touch seventh generation.

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"bosh" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

13:13 min | 1 year ago

"bosh" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"To making titus all day covers blown that's that's the Mayor Megan y'all can't Chris Pasta cancelled do do you have any use the city because I feel like one of the ultimate things you can earn I think maybe Dallas I think I can't remember you knows is kind of a blur man kind of looking back at you know at the career you just Kinda just on a rocket ship what do space you don't really have the time you just catch what you can catch right so I think so okay probably probably but I don't know somewhere the key to Dallas what made you come to Atlanta for school because I've been saying there's a lot of talent at a command of it stays in Georgia yeah so you came in yeah import yeah I mean it was Cochard You Know Paul Hewitt was running the program was run in in in the recruitment process I connected with him before that in my mind all mines I wanted to make the NBA so to me I said I cou is disliked this criteria you have to make in order to play an NBA in at the best Tom Assisi was the best conference you know in the in the nation and I so yeah you gotTa go today see I I can't oh you why I thought that it worked it worked just so happens that ACC school recruited me and I was all for it you know I was really GonNa academics and all that stuff yeah you know school people like you know kind of anyway point won't even book you know I it kind of I it resonated with me the academic side and and just how they were you know up on you have to be an extra intellectual basketball player or athlete to be able to play here and for that I mean that kind of gets like held against some guys nowadays as you know it can it can kinda stigmas can just be created in right yeah what that means is being too smart and you might be around I'm like Oh yeah he is they always right and it's true but I don't like it you know just kind of something that Saab it is what it is I I mean I'm glad I never got hit with that tag right you know I was Able to be one of the fellows but you have to work to be one Velos not you know he's a lot a bit and people come to you the locker room necessarily replace and you've got to really work and be on the team is a special thing can you got to Miami you were always popping up like may seem like you were the one keeping things like they're like telling jokes to photo bombs all women because mark I was so just depressing so just terrible is I mean I don't Wanna I don't WanNa play basketball like this and it got to the point where I I know man people were GonNa Make Fun you anyway and it's funny because you think you're really getting under my skin Oh it's not because I've been you know we've been cracking on each other ages elementary got friends that killed me every day the.

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"bosh" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"bosh" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"All right we're here with the one the only again a man who's literally saved my life Chris Bosh how're you doing we're talking about you find a bone to pick with you for saving he's he doesn't care for it but again thank you no prob oh doing stuff oh man I think retirement doesn't exist man I was like thinking about this like just sit by the lake the other day Bro and like you know what do what is what is retirements because people and I only say that because people come up to me and asked me like hey man I'm going to take it easy you know it's curious to me what would make someone think that I'm taking it easy why would I be taking it easy I find that very amusing in and and confusing it the same thing not insulting just like well why would you think why would you think that they just laid up in bed every day like well you know what what makes you think is that what and I would think that too though you know so I remember I was one all star weekend Iran Jesus Jesus that's my man he got on the stand the same hotel he got an elevator at the same time as we say man you know what you're doing this and working man said can you need to be working may need to be kicking it up year but you here to say you got a point yeah but you know is is is just you know you gotta make things happening you got to move I I will say that is even if you are retired not taking it easy Eddy Find Retirement sweater you got on Oh thank you thank you you know been shopping yeah so we actually we were talking about this recently go ahead 'cause I know as a NBA fits off like before like the league fit accounts for the outfits the players used to give fits all do you own shopping I know there's ninety more certain prominent players where whatever's put in front of them I thought I was curious how it goes like personal styles how does that work I have a stylish yes we collaborate okay every now and then you know you know we'll go shopping with my wife tells me to I gotTa go shop I need some new stuff you need to go shopping so I go shopping I have a stylus and she puts things in front of me all the time you know I make a choice whether I'm going to buy it or not and then in that you know we put the pieces of outfits and everything together got us you know based off of what we're doing and he just try to be calculated August yeah how difficult is because I'm black I'm beg for the rest of the world you know I mean I'm six five and it's hard as hell for me so if someone like yourself who's much taller than I like in that sweater is a blanket for most people it's that's why you have stylus to know where to go this is a person that is an expert in their craft and field and they have the relationships to reach out to the brands that make the side is is in the stores that make the sizes because you can't just show up at the store got Chris here and.

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Oakland Raiders plan to suspend Antonio Brown after incident with GM

First Things First

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Oakland Raiders plan to suspend Antonio Brown after incident with GM

"Antonio brown the situation in oakland has gone from bad to worse to perhaps implacable on wednesday bron reportedly got into a verbal altercation with general manager. Mike mayock the threatening to punch him this after the star receiver took to instagram to complain about being fined for missed practices. Well now the raiders reportedly planning on suspending a. b. Perhaps even trying to avoid his thirty million dollar guaranteed contract. Here's general manager. Mike mayock antonio brown's not in the building. Today won't be practicing <hes>. I don't have any more information for you right now and when i have some and it becomes appropriate you you guys all get it. I promise you but that's it for today. I'm not going to get into any of that stuff right now. I have a official announcement later but <hes> i'll. I'll be happy to answer the questions and you see the influence. I guess i'm not <hes> i'm not gonna get into all of it. Obviously <hes> was was it here today and <hes> when we have some information for you. We'll we'll give it to you. We haven't heard anything about a potential decision yet. I've been in touch sexual jon gruden. Mike may from the raiders of course antonio. We're trying to work through this. The goal is really to work everything out. Where is antonia nia. He's so in oakland and you know speaking for my behalf. My objective is to get things worked out between antonio and the raiders so he can fulfill. L. is contract and do what they brought him into do. I don't think it's too late to salvage that

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A York Review

The Final Furlong Podcast

03:59 min | 1 year ago

A York Review

"Hey what's in the water for in tipperary. You want to five race cheltenham festival over five days. Are you insane because because all all ireland medals course tipperary water and your last week would bandwagon and wagon jumper blake senior hurling matching his life but somehow decided grew up. They're still gonna throw it in kennedy space bruce when we often but fourteen points sorry. You're not talk while i thought he'd be too posh per exactly exactly rugby. Ah would you believe really blake played in goal for tipperary back in the day really hurts run-and-shoot of lake family. I take it all back a monster under twenty one goal for have you know i could. I could barely rise above the safe nice but it was going to say that your dad who listen to this podcast i'm sure is incredibly proud of all your achievements and this is with you daily but there must be a little part of them but just dies inside that you want you want to hear what are you talking about. My heart career sure it wouldn't come watch. The matches dead's dead serious because blaming sese. I'm i am not exaggerating her end. This hurler bosh they used used the play me on <unk> is true. They used to play midfield and put let me up against the opposition's best player and make me pull and drag knocked lumps over because that's all capable to do shots hit him that he's no relation and he couldn't watch. I don't watch it yeah. Thirteen hundred hurling retired at the age of sixteen and concentrate on the hour of the early a bit more suitable my skill set earlings and incredibly violent sport and anybody who tells you differently is is lying to your face <hes> you can be when you're youngster be told to just go out. There and hit hit tha fella. He's i'm reading the sheen's brick shinbone. I was told one day breaking shinbone. If i was a horrible hurling players resolved by the way football lisa simpson famous quote of hack the bone i want i want i want to do a final furlong. Podcast kevin blake's hack the bone years before we move on rec- were you a decent hurler alright. Bryce commercials or motor overs cheesy. You've got it all can twice by domino. Put your thirteen or fourteen sure everyone's good at that age or at least statements to be unknown say good now that a gap the gap grows as you get older. I found let me put it this way. Rec- were you picked last like me or were you picked. I we need out there and kill the man go ahead kevin submarine the mid late i was once given the apple later said africa's best ever come from where did that gopro. Are you doing your own. Vanessa riles on the show. Now jesus christ rick sees a spring book by bursch. Yes i forgot you put you don't have the trevor noah accent so it just confuses me every now and again you should be dropping in leonardo dicaprio's accent

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Will Facebook's Record-Setting Fine Send Message to Big Tech?

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:42 min | 1 year ago

Will Facebook's Record-Setting Fine Send Message to Big Tech?

"Here the extraordinary secrets of how to thrive in disrupted world the old rules of management and already correct anymore so what works making heavy to the future with will I am and Omar Bosh subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. This is tech news briefing. Im Tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in New York coming up facebook agreed to pay a record five billion dollar fine twenty times greater than the largest privacy or data security penalty ever imposed worldwide more on this after these tech headlines The Justice Department is poised to approve T. mobile's merger with sprint under their plan that would equip satellite T._v. operator dish with the building blocks for a new wireless network. The companies have spent weeks negotiating with antitrust enforcers and each other over the sale of assets to dish needing satisfying were concerns that the more than twenty twenty six billion dollar merger of the number two number four wireless carriers would hurt competition. The department could announce a settlement with the companies as soon as this week but the timing remains uncertain the Union of T. Mobile and sprint would create the third major U._S. wireless company with more than eighty million customers closing the gap with industry leaders horizon and A._T. and T. and coming early for we work a September I._P._O.. The company's new target date of September is earlier than many investors had expected. Did a journal reports that we work meets with Wall Street banks this week about an asset backed loan that could be finalized in the coming weeks and it is expected to raise up to six billion dollars the I._P._O.. Will be the latest test of investor appetite for money losing companies that are highly valued in the private market coming up inside facebook's record setting privacy fine capital one knows life doesn't alert you about your credit card. That's why they've created. E-e-e-e-no the capital one assistant that catches things things that might look wrong with your credit card. He no catches over tipping duplicate charges or potential fraud and then sends an alert sheer phone and helps you fix it. It's another way capital. One is watching out for your money when we're not capital one. What's in your doc wallet Dot Com for details? I let's talk earnings in the second quarter facebook pushed past a record setting privacy fine to post strong earnings and revenue of sixteen point nine billion dollars. That's up twenty eight percent from a year ago. It also clocked in two point six billion dollars in profit or ninety one cents a share now back to that record-setting privacy fine federal regulators find facebook facebook five billion dollars for privacy violations and are now creating new oversight and restrictions on its business. The F._T._C. opened their investigation after discovering that the data mining firm Cambridge Analytica had gathered details on as many as eighty. Eighty seven million facebook users without their permission and Joe Simon's F._t._C. Chairman says the resulting historic fine was a longtime coming. This settlement is the result of an exhaustive investigation which concluded that facebook betrayed the trust of its users and deceive them about their ability to control their personal information less there be any confusion Gus Eyler director of the Justice Department's Consumer Protection Branch made it clear what facebook he's accountable for despite offering users privacy settings the promised to share their information with friends only facebook in fact shared users information with every developer of an application installed by users users friends in other words for most facebook users their data privacy was set not by their own choices but by the choices of their most click happy friends facebook also deceived Americans about how it would use their gathered phone numbers and about win facial recognition technology was active on their facebook accounts. These were all serious breaches of trust. The five billion dollars civil penalty that facebook facebook will pay to settle that complaint is historic. It is by far the largest penalty ever received an F._T._c. case and it is the second largest civil penalty ever obtained by the Department of Justice in any context as. Ask for its CEO. The Commission only holds Mark Zuckerberg personally responsible and unlimited fashion Christine Wilson F._T._C. Commissioner explains why we do not have the legal authority to remove Mr Zuckerberg from the driver's seat but but we have imposed a robust system of checks and balances that extinguishes his ability unilaterally chart the path for consumer privacy at Facebook we have required that privacy risks be taken into account at each fork work in the road and we have mandated heightened protections for certain categories of products and services including those directed at minors this enforcement action provides immediate protections for facebook users and the five billion billion dollars civil penalty will deter future privacy and data security violations not only by facebook but by all other companies in the United States so what happens now F._T._C. Commissioner Noah Joshua Phillips breaks it down facebook under this order is having to make structural changes to its management to its corporate charter and to the selection and operation of its board of directors management mm-hmm it matters governance matters particular as we have learned in the context of privacy facebook is not the first company to elevate privacy issues to the board level but it is the first company to do so in this way to be clear. My my view is not that every company should have this kind of structure but based on what we uncovered based on the facts of this case and the violations at issue. I think it's something that facebook needs and that ultimately will benefit facebook users and the American public.

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Miami's $171 Million Question: Should the Heat Trade for Russell Westbrook?

High Noon

03:21 min | 1 year ago

Miami's $171 Million Question: Should the Heat Trade for Russell Westbrook?

"Solar russell westbrook whom we thought would play in oklahoma city forever as recently as last week but it doesn't look like it'd be everybody ended this week reports indicate the thunder in westbrook instead of finding him a new home in both would prefer to make a move sooner than later corner adrian motion arteta's mutual interest between westbrook in the miami heat pablo what do you think of russ head south beach play with jimmy butler why not this is a phase of this off season we're in now when you live at the club that come up and people are looking around and thinking who cannot go home with an why not why not if you're the miami heat bowl when he went he went in on your team as constituted jimmy butler jimmy butler is there to help you win pat riley we know wants to win russell westbrook is eight terrible contract but why not if you wanna win well the why not answer would be if you look at the numbers numbers for the thunder last year with paul george on the floor without russell westbrook they were in net positive with russell westbrook on the floor and not paul george they were a net negative spirit russell westbrook big thing that worries me down to sixty five percent free throw shooter after being in the mid eighties for the majority of his career that being said forget about trying to win a championship how about relevant relevant indian b i is harder achieved in have you ever been before because so many teams happened to be stacking up here 'cause you get russell westbrook and jimmy butler on the same team none of us think that's good enough to win the east but it is at least enough to pay attention to you let's be real surpri left miami five years ago where you pay no attention to in sent you as much as ryan cortez and are corner over here is shaking his fist very angrily on behalf of miami entertainment is also useful if you're a basketball team end as much as i do share all the concerns you express russell westbrook being older than at three point percentage russell westbrook declining as a shooter russell westbrook body by the way just generally seemed to be eroding year after year all that's true at that price terrify but i'm not necessarily you know objecting to the fact that it'll be really fun to walk well i mean it'll be fun to watch i'll be curious to see how it goes you know young do is playing around god bless hard to the last one coming up on the sprint russia jimmy butler out there like if nothing else they are personality fits for pat riley pat riley wants to do their the goal horse sort of do that exemplify with his program is those were to do that he'd never gonna complain about how hard practices dark or anything else the other reason they'll just works in miami at pat riley has a new version of traditional notions of rebuilding this idea they were gonna tear this down and be terrible and then get going back no his thing is always i'm gonna put us in a position and i got the city and sales were visually gonna get somebody to come in but again last five years they have not really been able to get anybody the sign up as they expected they had the tragedy of chris bosh and his health and everything else but if you are a first rebuilding you bring in a guy like russell westbrook it it just so happens though it might set you back for a long time it might set them back but i think this is also eight brass tacks question when you look at the list of players who you can go get to become relevant to become competitive it's not a a lot of guys out there right there's a lot of guys out there who would want to necessarily fit alongside jimmy butler in that way but number two who you're gonna require like this is a this is a very magical circumstance of a guy

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Vegas bullish on Knicks' summer, '20 title odds

SportsCenter AllNight

01:57 min | 2 years ago

Vegas bullish on Knicks' summer, '20 title odds

"You go to ask because the NBA playoffs are going on. And of course, always so much interest. Not only in the actual games. But what goes on off the floor in the off season, which is coming up. This summer Vegas seems pretty high on the Knicks chances of landings from free agents. Because is this. The Knicks have opened at sixteen to one to win the twenty twenty championship. Well, it's a classic case of Fulbe wants save on the. Twice on me. You know, it's it goes back to two thousand eleven when we hadn't seen this kind of free agent movement. Like, we do now LeBron summer two thousand ten Chris Bosh and Wade in Miami. And the books were hung out the dry ridiculous. So now that we've seen it. And we saw to rank goes boyer's oddsmakers are not going to be caught off guard again, they know better, and it's important to realize the futures market or the long shot odds they are one way betting, which means you can just bet twelve to one sixteen to one whatever it is. It's not like a point spread we can both sides minus three plus three now. So if you're only putting up a one way bet, but you can't bet Knicks not win the title, you're gonna air on the side of caution. Now, these sports do to make it fair to give some decent value. But with all that being said there in the business of making money so knowing that it's not too bad. They're gonna put up lower odds in Durant doesn't sign or they don't get to stars then they'll adjust accordingly, but it's fun for tea or betters players take a shot and make some wagers create interest. But they're not going to be held liable. They're reading the same. You know, wards Twitter that we are and everyone they're not dumb. I don't know. Doug. I mean, you get kyri you get Kevin Durant and Zion. Williamson. We know he's going to be a Nick. I think those odds are actually not I think they're good. I think it's actually a good bet to take at this point because they're so going to be shoe

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"bosh" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"bosh" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"And and when you look at the great defensive bigs that we have right now. Whether it's go bear cappella our Horford, Draymond green. If you wanna call him a big, that's the hallmark is that they can switch out there. But then they also can get back in and take care of business. All right, guys. This question needs to be asked today. Better. He career Zoar Bosh. Ooh. Doesn't need to be accident. But okay. Wow. That's well, it was just as good us tomorrow. I'm to answer that's actually yesterday or he he could ask it yesterday. Because he wasn't here. That's true. Yeah. Wow. I mean, when you think of Zoe you think of defense, I I wasn't either defensive player of the year one year and and top three a couple of times. But Bosh is maybe more balanced. It may be better on both ends. It's man not on the I think they're comparable on the defensive end. But on the offense of end Bosh gave you more is that fair, or no, I think it's weird because Zo was the centerpiece of those Miami teams early on right? Tim Hardaway hit a lot of big shots. But it was built around Alonzo Mourning whereas Boston have that as we start where he didn't have that luxury when he was supposed to have it, you know, health betrayed it from one season made a an all star game, and then sort of feeling something in his calf during that skills competition on there. I think you take everything that they have they answers, blocks assists. The acids toss it in a big soup mix it up what comes out to rings two rings to rain soup. Chris apparently thinks the answer is brush. Yes. Answers bosh. Well, ZOA certainly more intimidating. So was whatever the opposite of soft is that that was oh, you know, when you think of a menacing on the court demeanor. You start was oh in my mind. Yeah. And menacing on-court meaner is not really something that ever really associated with Chris Bosh, even though probably the best roar in the game. Yes. When he got fired up and he had a flexing ice apps with the mouthpiece. His mouth gets so big. Maybe he would unhinge his job mouth would go agape. There really was no better start to team relationship than Bosch. When he was with the raptors. 'cause he kind of looks like a raptor. Yeah. There was that. Joe? Flacco looked like the raven on the helmet. Yeah. Bosch looking like the raptor. And Joe flacco, I think are are the two that win that game for me personally. This is getting to the point where reliving these the big three years when LeBron was down here specifically, this feels super nostalgic. And if making me sad, it feels long ago. I mean, LeBron that was to uniforms ago for LeBron boss says he's over it now. And he's at peace and all that. But as we're talking right now, I'm like, oh, no man because I'm not at peace of the how can he be at peace with it? I mean, what option does he have like the go crazy? Right. So he's decided to take the I don't know if you can decide to not go crazy. I think when you go crazy you don't have control over that. It's not like think I've will pass on going crazy today. They don't think it works like that. I mean, he's probably I'm being reckless here. He's probably talked to people if he's going through issues, he's probably sat down and talked with people. And you know, he's probably just in a better place, mentally, how do you how if you like is none of us are psych professionals? But like how would you counsel? Someone this other like that. I don't know, man. This is only a recent development for Chris Bosh because as recently as I think the summer we were still hearing whispers of attempted comeback. Rop linka was his former age and Los Angeles was always something that was rumored. I don't know if something was ongoing with his medical history..

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"bosh" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"bosh" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"They were wherever it was live or wherever it is that Mr. Chow, and he celebrated the entire night, and he was driving in just sort of oblivious to what the the national blowback was of the super team that was forming. He thought it was all a good thing. And after the celebration that they didn't even really have a hand in planning at all they didn't know what was happening until an hour before which is weird because like they were giving. Tickets away for the this thing, but they had no idea they were just putting pen to paper sign in these contracts. They go out there. Chris Bosh, absolutely loves it. And then he thinks oh, man, we're the most popular team in the NBA, and it's the exact opposite. And it sort of smacked him in the face, a great was that though just that idea that that they thought that they were going to be celebrated in he wanted so great talking about that night and just like they're in their uniforms. They're signing their contracts. They don't know. What's happening? Exactly. And next thing they know hydraulics, and and Bosch was laughing because LeBron and Dwayne tried to play it cool turning around. But all three of them just sort of got hit with a force field of this Miami perfumed arrogance hit him in the face. And so they couldn't smell that the rest of America was urinating on. Yeah. It was only until after that he saw people burning LeBron's jersey. And he was like, well, we we might have a problem here. So he was incredibly honest in this part. One part two's coming your way next week. But part one. Covers a year. One San Antonio stuff. The night of the decision, and we get into what this jersey retirement today means to Chris Bosh. It's a it's I'm so happy as a Miami Heat fan that the Miami Heat have repaired this relationship considering the salary caps. Well, maybe forty and slip considering the salary crap that the Miami Heat are dealing with right now. All Pat Riley, really has his rebuilding this reputation that the Miami Heat had a first class and always being in the conversation. They haven't been in the rooms lately haven't been seriously considered by these free agents. So getting back in the good graces of guys like Chris Bosh? I think goes a long way I thought something else that was interesting in the south beach session, Mike you remember before Boston you remember? How scared you were just how scared you were before.

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NBA, Depression and Rosen discussed on The Undefeated

The Undefeated

02:27 min | 2 years ago

NBA, Depression and Rosen discussed on The Undefeated

"PIN senior writer, Jackie MacMullan sat down with several NBA players to talk about mental health in the NBA, Chris, Bosh, Kevin love tomorrow, Rosen, and Paul Pierce to name just a few have opened up about their struggles with depression and anxiety then be has now hired Dr William Param as its first director of mental health and wellness. Should this prompt the NBA to have some sort of mental health policy or plan for players struggling with these issues t start with you? I would say absolutely. Self care is just as important as physical care and treatment. And to be honest, it just seems logical that players NBA NFL any professional sport that athletes would kind of feel this amount of pressure to wear dealing with depression and anxiety seems like it's something that could logically happen. I mean, you've got pressure from your. Teammates, you got pressure from the fans with social media. They're always like direct access pressure to you all the time. You got pressure from your family. They don't see you as often or have expectations for you and your downtime. You get pressure from executives, especially mentioned into Doron Dhamar under Rosen, who thought that he had some form of transfer loyalty with people in the Toronto organization and then ends up being traded. So there's there and then they have pressure from themselves. I'm sure. I mean, everyone has expectations of themselves. I mean, we're not even athletes in. I'm pretty sure all of us on this podcast, have expectations for ourselves and how we feel when we don't meet them. So it makes a lot of sense that there would be that there will be mental health struggles among athletes. And so I do think it's very important for the NBA to have done. This, I think is also important to make sure that there's protection for them for the players for this kind of thing. Because as I've been reading, I've seen that owners have been saying that if this is something that we do that they want to have. Access to the records. And as you know, most medical records in some form are are confidential, and I think that in their mind, I think the argument is, you know, we have access to the players physical record, so we're able to make decisions on what we wanna do based on a player's physical health. We should also do the same for someone's mental health, and I think that's where I probably disagree with the owners in that sense because a lot of times having that confidentiality is what helps you to progress in what helps you to get

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"bosh" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"bosh" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"Oh what is your favorite my favorite recipe is going to be tough to choose i mean we've got chocolate cake in the million views on channel which is huge people have spoken so the wolves mellon yoga bomb which i love that one had something similar but probably my favorite of all of them would be the big bang in chile which we cook all the time fairly simple but it just looks incredible that it look deepened again we've made a mushroom mints so instead of the meat you've got mushrooms is school just is easy and it just looks incredible it's a good way to sneak mushrooms into a dish i feel like a lot of people it's a divisive ingredient other like they love mushrooms or they're like fuck no it's usually the texture aroma if you cook it properly then you call up and tell us mushrooms give it a taste and then decide then we'll i feel that's always the best way for people who are a little sceptical of plant based meals it's like just feed to people because it's good food that happens to be plant based suckley not it's not plant based through that yeah lethem flavors i yeah well you guys seem to be everywhere right now since you are on this book tour and you're providing the book what's next for us good question book to definitely gonna do to them i mean look we've talked a podcast i think the thing is both of us are so incredibly busy yeah the we are continuing to do three days a week until we need a delegate.

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"bosh" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"bosh" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"Okay yeah yeah we're giving a little bit move edgy now very plant he does show here in l a about like the right oh he did that in the uk to okay i thought i thought it was americans yes is submit had fucked up lunches no we have something similar yes school school dinners dinners she's recently waged war on soda yeah we saw him like all that kind of trashy food in general yeah nuts such that we love him do you have a favorite recipe and the new book i know it's hard it's like picking a baby or maybe yeah for me it's the spaghetti bowl of news and the reason is because back in the day when i was a kid my parents were both at work and every every monday i had to cook dinner for the family and i go basically spaghetti bowl nice i really good cooks every single monday and so when we had the opportunity own cookbook i kinda we had to put spaghetti bowl knows in done this quite simply replaced beef mince with mushroom mints which is super simple to mike it's a beautiful photo to for you guys who might be flipping along in the buck while you're listening this is on page eighty seven and it's legit tasty meal and if you guys don't have the book work and they were going to get it right now is pretty much everywhere i'm saying i'm a little what else should.

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"bosh" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"bosh" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"Starting yet they fun i meant when i went eighteen when i left the house is when i went full vegan 'cause my family could barely handle being vegetarian and then it's been your mom thought it was a phase until the first cookbook came out until i was number one on the new york times thousand she's like oh my god my daughter's vegan now well the book is fantastic how many selling vegan cookbook voltaren right i think when real who is under the first year that it was on the market i think it was in like in the us alone i think we've sold this isn't about us is interview we feel weird talking about ourselves because we come from backgrounds where it's just like it's you know we were taught like you ain't shit states they homeboy your working class blue collar so it's it's weird to talk about everybody doesn't it doesn't feel real everybody we up with like they have jobs that are have curves like it's not fancy shut like so even when we talk about like oh we go now it sounds stupid fucking stupid that'd it'd be be like like kiss kiss picking up my trash no you're not the garbage men that i don't give a fuck it it was was it was it weird was loss awesome i was in houston i was i ran by bookstore and some woman i was walking to the car with my dad and this woman was like hey hey i was like oh like i thought maybe i picked up her bag or something yet and she ran up to me she's like oh kitchen i want to get an autograph like and she bought the book after i'd love to store and signed it and she took a self you know it was like my dad was like does that happen often i was like no.

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"bosh" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"bosh" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"I think maybe just maybe we haven't got tired of anything yet being vegan for three and he goes teen years i think minds about five years now you'll from texas that's that must be kind of difficult i'm guessing like my friends and family back home they just roast me they they say it wrong and that's fine i'm like used to but it's it's when i go home that everyone was hey man what's for dinner on my oh fuck y'all man now you want i wouldn't begin when there were not any resources for people you know recipes online were absolutely in their infancy it was just i was the only gonna fuck a new california like it was just lentils and brown rice a me figuring out how to cook tofu by myself what was your reason why was cherian as a girl i get my whole family eats me my family's from the south to even though i grew up here in california and north of texas oklahoma my dad's from oklahoma mouse from north carolina and i was just weird kid i could not necessarily weird i'm adul i didn't have the cognitive dissidence and we'll have kids have you know where they're like oh i can watch this web and then have a pork chop like i just couldn't do that their for worse and so i just like staged a fucking fit at the dinner table all the time i'm almost like cool if dinner like vegetarian fucking great for you if it's not like what to fucking tell you and that's how i learned how to cook yeah.

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"bosh" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"bosh" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"Matt's buck dog phoenix she's an all three cutback knew she was kitchen matt scott but like you got have you guys skilled you'll have staff you have like an office we started out with henry and i and now we have a henry elsa and cap oh that's it you you've doubled remember that like we have only one book we out basically three videos full videos a week every week y'all's ios original content like timeline is crazy i don't know how y'all are you killing yourself yeah but then again like we're super enthusiastic and passionate about what we're doing and we realized that with foolish this quite exceptional position processes we just want to keep on going channel just keep on pushing the right of the people as humanly possible no sounded like making videos is fun food is fun helping to make the world of places fun so although we work hard we don't dislike i work out every day we do we refine our craft just that little bit more because with every meal that you cook because we just put like pasta pasta pasta on every single video it has to be different every time because we're doing different things every time it means our skill set as cooks chefs because that's different yeah yup yep he's getting with every single thing that we put out that has an important distinction you want to explain why you said that for our listeners the thing is we you've got bad asked chefs all friend was trained by jamie oliver luke evanson he is wicked he's like genuinely like press worthy wicked yeah or you've got like chad sauna derricks on them you know we know derek now he's come to the uk and jets on the podcast.

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"bosh" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"bosh" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"He is a premier human being like sin as far as human beings go he's until the tree now we won't send them we were quite stuck he's a hero monster we we know some people who worked with him and only have the sweetest things so so we both did that we both went vegan and then it became apparent that we needed to learn how to cook again none we felt that there wasn't enough information out that particularly in video full we both know video and we know digital so it because i would show did in the tech space like what was your okay if you if you signed a nondisclosure just bowling apps and websites and video oreo like i've been doing that stuff that's interesting so you'll have the savvy you wanted your own platform okay they're looking to creative background digital background and we've both been loves a food the whole time so it just made sense all of that together in its video full and help show the world how to eat more plants that's what we do know because to pretty massive following yes for for being three year old three four years two years two years ago he isn't gradually in view for half a billion times that's crazy so across all platforms which is a lot of times and have reached so reach just means by they went and talking about like facebook or social media when someone says it's reach as many people all that means it's popped up on the screen at some point right but we've reached a billion people dan with a lot of people which group they have changed the facebook algorithm now so it's.

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"bosh" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"bosh" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"All right as we were living together at the time i woke up and you can imagine as mates you got to go well i'm no upset you'll give him the piss out of this guy and he was like oh i'm gonna go vegan and i was like you complete idiots preach full of high welfare meat from a farm the offended vote me i was on a personal trainer hi meat diet like kind of key to genetic five i was so impressed by his disgusting brown curry's so proud of but you know well lo and behold i really can't about the environment and i was big on come on we do something to stop climate change we must be able to as a human race yeah fix climate change we have it within us and i was all on this mission thinking about what we were going to was going to do next in my life and then in made me what's cow spiracy a lot of people like when we talk to them about what went with their decision michelle's fixing my head their decision to go plan based or or at least to be a we meet a lot of people who were marion's hi flexible and it's it's shit like that that they're like us all to stock i kid about my health care about the environment like there's more reasons that i think when people take a look at it to go more plantbased even if it's not one hundred percent but like most of our audience they do it a few nights a week that documentary kaos brucie we were talking about this not so long ago and we're trying to work out house the being a more powerful documentary film ever made i would say absolutely not can we think of one right now and like agriculture especially in general any is there anything is create so many ways i mean something to think about isn't it.

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"bosh" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"bosh" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

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"bosh" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"bosh" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"You were twenty two in teen guy in toronto and then all of a sudden you have to spot up you're not playing chris bosh chris bosh in miami is not the chris bosh from toronto how difficult was that where you to adjust and people say well he just not the same guy it was very difficult only because of those close like that understand the stat driven thing but i got a eventually got to a place where the game of basketball is the same across the board you know i can play this game and i had to figure that out and what i loved about it afterwards was that okay to me i was more of a limited player in toronto those more of a right block situation and pass it to me and we go from there in miami i was all over the court and became fun you know to try and figure out and crack the code of how to be affective with no place called for you you know that's kind of a fun thing now it got to the point where i didn't want plays call from you i just want the ball to move to take advantage of kind of catching goes situations catching shoe situations rice out of the floor lifts out of floor i had to try to perfect the game of basketball about doing more and that's fun that's very fun and you know lebron is gonna pass it to even though it's hard you can still expand your game and become a better basketball player.

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"bosh" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"bosh" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"You were a twenty two in teen guy in toronto and then all of a sudden you have to spot up you're not playing chris bosh chris bosh in miami is not the chris bosh from toronto how difficult was that where you to adjust and people say well he just not the same guy it was very difficult only because of those close like that understand the stat driven thing but i got a eventually got to a place where the game of basketball is the same across the board you know i can play this game and i had to figure that out and what i loved about it afterwards was that okay to me i was more of a limited player in toronto was more of a right block situation and pass it to me and we go from there in miami i was all over the court and became fun to try and figure out and crack the code of how to be affective with no place called for you you know that's kind of a fun thing now it got to the point where i didn't plays call from you i just want the ball to move to take advantage of kind of catching goes situations catching shoe situations rice out of the floor left side of floor ahead to try to perfect the game of basketball about doing more and that's fun that's very fun and you know lebron is gonna pass it's even those hard you can still expand your game and become a better best.

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"bosh" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"bosh" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"Yeah see how you guys soon threes not playing defense men i gotta get some other man i feel bad for this guy a great person great player and yeah the league would be better if he was in it but i don't think he's going to be and i think that's the right choice he said he used to think medicine was black and white now there's grey areas some say he can play some don't but unless the vast majority and i'm talking all of them but maybe that one who also doesn't think crust makes your teeth wider it says that he should be playing and it's not a risk to his life than just stay off the court man this was interesting at the end with the miami heat because chris bosh had a different evaluation and chris bosh is doctor had a different evaluation then all of the miami heat doctors had and wearing a veil of evaluation and the miami heat made a decision to let go of chris bosh even though chris bosh would have value and a lot of it if he were healthy you could get him cheap and he would help any basketball team if he were healthy the miami heat didn't want a situation where they had a possibility of a player dying on the court as long as that any kind of possibility you can't sign him are you impressed then nikola joke each broke the record for the first tripledouble in nba history yokich is the name i think you've got it right it just as acts that makes it sound like jock itch that's unflattering the denver nuggets are legitimately good that's been the biggest surprise in the league and this guy has been really good for them yesterday he's got a triple double inside a fifteen minute and i'm telling you i didn't think it was possible with all the technology in two thousand and eighteen there is a guy in this league who is actually plays the for the denver nuggets and because he's not on prime time in your market people do not know how excellent this guy is yeah i'm not.

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"bosh" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"bosh" Discussed on The Full 48

"An and a i wonder about the two this is something that i've i've been curious about khorasan of i've certainly want to ask it's something that people i think bring up when they talk about your situation which is you know hey you're chris bosh she sees these 33 he's won championships he's you know a near lock for the hall of fame you you've got to be a beautiful family like you've made money y you know why go back in and i always valya i've been around enough guys at your level coaches as well as players who like i see it like it's hard to get it out of your system in its or it's hard to close the door so i and one way i kinda get it but another sense i i'm like i feel that same thing like man chris bosh really smart guy was all the other interests off the court even if it's a small risk why why even risk it is there an answer to that question you know it there's not any note essel share question i would definitely understand i and i do want to stamp up by france asked request you to say but i think it's all about the body of work you know is saw is so what's you have rights that naturally leads uh the inspiration that you leave uh with people and you know i've been playing basketball my whole life so you know for people i guess for for people to understand if you whatever it is you love doing to stop donuts obey never do it again nests you know and then you use that same philosophy and they'll probably fine at is not as easy as you would think you know as i've i've you know i've built a lifetime of work a planned a game that connecting was teammates and and coaches at you know building strategies a and you know you work so hard to get up pretty much to an expert level and then it just stops so i do get that question i i do understand but you know i would ask people's understanding of others now in there's no right or wrong answer.

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"bosh" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bosh" Discussed on The Full 48

"Simply in limbo and tough obviously for any mba store any pro athlete to walk away from the game that you love tougher still when it's not on your own terms and maybe even tougher still you know you're still really in your late prime nieto chris bosh was still a top tier nba player at the time that he played his his what is for now at least his last game that was february ninth 2016 and man it it's it's hard to believe it's already been almost two years since we've seen chris bosh on the basketball court but that's where he finds himself it's it's been a frustrating time for him obviously and a lot of different emotions that go into that but chris bosh if there's one thing we learned about him during the course of his career ends and s dill to this day this is a guy with a lot of interests off the court and he's really a smart guy intellectually curious person creative person he loves to draw he loves to make music and by the way he also loves coding as in computer coating that has been a passion of his it's been written about in the past he's talked about it and that was our opportunity to bring him on today chris bosh earlier in los angeles spending some timebancroft middle school where he was the surprise guest adam events by codeorg c o d eorg to encourage everyone to go check that out there doing a went over there at one of their um our of code events and this is an organization that's devoted to teaching kids coating skills and preparing them for a future not just in technology but dealing with technology because hey the stuff his is ruling our lives now and uh the the next generation has to be prepared for that and so this is a big passion of of chris bosh as he wants to teach and and he wants to teach basketball to by the way that that's something that i think may be in his is future is as being involved in the game in that regard but he he.

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