28 Burst results for "Capela"

"capela" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

Lakers Nation Podcast

05:44 min | 2 weeks ago

"capela" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

"But lately they've been so clear. There's no debate. The 360 award, it's LeBron. LeBron, 32 points, 9 assists, four steals, three blocks, 8 boards. The only thing you can be even a little bit, I don't know, quibble over is one of 6 from three. He was low energy up until the probably midway through the third quarter and then he turned it on. LeBron was in game load management. He was very much okay. Hey, Malik monks got it going. Avery Bradley's got it going, cool. I'm going to let them do the heavy lifting. And then when the time comes, I'm going to push down on the gas pedal. That's just LeBron doing LeBron things and being smart about himself and about his body. This was just another incredible performance from an incredible player. Yeah, this is easily LeBron. And I love that you said the endgame load management thing, 'cause that's exactly what we saw for the first three quarters. I think he just got 11 points around maybe the 6 minute mark in the third quarter. So yeah, but LeBron's easily to 360 award winner. Absolutely. He's definitely getting that one. And I really liked that you saw LeBron has a feel for a game. He has a feel for game and he tends to know what a game meets. So he was able to let the other guys go with the scoring and we need to talk about Avery Bradley too. He really had it going from behind the arc, but Malik monk was scoring. You had Carmelo Anthony. He was hitting some big threes. And LeBron just kind of coasting along, right? Which is fine. Look, 37 years old, that's fine. That's fine for him to do that. But then, when it came time for the hawks to make their push, I'm talking about midway through the third and then into the fourth. The hawks started to think, okay, now we're going to make a push here. We're going to really close this gap. That's when suddenly the bronze starts driving to the basket. That's when suddenly LeBron gets going and producing on the offensive end of the floor and bringing up the energy. And then we're seeing him get the steals. His hands were so fast in this game. Stealing the ball stripping and Clint capela, John Collins, he was phenomenal on that end of the floor as well. When he turned it on..

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Young, Capela help Hawks end Wizards' 3-game winning streak

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Young, Capela help Hawks end Wizards' 3-game winning streak

"The hawks ended a two game losing streak by hitting all twenty nine of their free throws in a one eighteen one eleven victory against the wizards Trae young was eleven for eleven from the line while scoring twenty three points I think we did a great job on defense I mean they're tough office a team right in their hot right now they're they're playing really well and they got a lot of guys who can go score may place so we knew we had to be read on the deep into the night Clint capella had sixteen points and twelve rebounds as Atlanta eventual last week's loss to Washington Bogdan Bogdanovich finished with sixteen points for the hawks and cam reddish added fifteen off the bench Bradley Beal scored nineteen of his twenty four points in the first half for Washington which had its three game winning streak halted and lost its fifth in a row with State Farm arena I'm Dave Ferrie

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California Wildfires Have Torched More Than 1.5m Acres This Year

NPR News Now

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

California Wildfires Have Torched More Than 1.5m Acres This Year

"Fires continue to rage in california scott rod of member station capela radio reports more than one and a half million acres have burned so far this year fire crews are currently battling over a dozen large wildfires in california. The dixie fire has grown to the second largest fire in state history and continues to threaten communities in plumas and lassen counties. The kaldor fire has blanketed. the lake. tahoe region with hazardous levels of smoke leaving popular resort areas deserted. The federal government has closed nine national forests in the state through labor day. due to extreme fire risks. Last year california saw a record. Four point three million acres burned. The state is on pace to match that number this year

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"capela" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:27 min | 7 months ago

"capela" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Of us be well, a bucks say, Deanna says out for Game five. That bum Never Tuesday. Hyper extended, the team says still the question and we might learn the answer in a briefing at seven o'clock will the Hawks be shorthanded for Game Five of the Eastern Conference finals Starters Trae Young and Clint Capela are questionable tray with the bone bruise in his foot, and Capella is recovering after taking an elbow to the I near the end of Game four, this Hawks fan tells the open mic feature on the WSB radio app. The Hawks proved they can win without young. I would love to see trade player of the game again. I think he should feel free to take the time he needs to Hill and not have to worry. About the team losing without him. Janice is doubtful for the Bucks. The series is tied at two and returns to Atlanta for Game six Saturday. Bill Catchy Oh 95.5, WSB. Uninterrupted news, weather and airborne traffic for your drive home. This is the six PM nonstop news feed on WSB, including yesterday's shooting of an Atlanta police officer. The officer identified this afternoon as Con Ty. Joined the department in 2019 chief Brian with the update officer that received injuries, uh, is doing in stable condition at Grady Hospital, and he's doing well being surrounded with his family, the suspect who was shot to death. Also, I did publicly today 29 year old Joseph humbles who had only minor trouble with the law before this President Biden says he is holding out hope for those unaccounted for in the Florida condo collapse. The whole nation is born in with these families. We're going through hell. He visited the scene today. He spoke personally, he says, with every single family that wanted to sit down with him. 145 people are still missing. Rescue efforts at the site were halted today out of concern about the stability of what's left of the structure. One column of the surviving structure measured to have moved fully one FT. Today the U. S. Supreme Court rules for Republicans and their defense of Arizona voting procedures in a 6 to 3 decision along what you'd call ideological lines. The court rules. The two laws in question don't violate the Voting Rights Act and are not racially discriminates and that discriminatory, even racially discriminatory. This decision obviously could have major repercussions here. The point that Georgia's secretary of state Ralph Ensberg of this afternoon, says the Supreme Court's essentially ruled against Stacey Abrams, We knew that the attorney general garlands of filing was a political stunt. They must be getting political or legal advice from Stacey Abrams. Full interview with Brad Raffensperger on Word on the street here on WSB Tonight at nine o'clock, Donald Trump's company and its longtime finance chief, were charged today and what the prosecutor called a sweeping and audacious Tax fraud scheme. The indictment says the Trump Organization CFO Alan Weiss, Silber got more than $1.7 million in off the books, compensation, apartment, rent, car payments and school tuition. He pleaded not guilty. Analyst splits on the one hand tax fraud, often the last resort when prosecutors haven't found much else, But this also could be a stepping tone, stepping stone toward the ultimate target. It would be Trump himself recent rain, causing a surge in the number of mosquitoes in metro Atlanta. They are back with a vengeance, says Eric Nickens, with the Cobb County's Board of Health. So he has this message about mosquitoes. We want to make people aware that they still exist. They do bite and they can carry Diseases, including West Now in DeKalb County. Last year, there were 25 Western, all positive mosquitoes trapped in 22 sites and one confirmed human infection. They do expect it to be.

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Capela, Hawks pull away late to take 135-103 win over Suns

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

Capela, Hawks pull away late to take 135-103 win over Suns

"Clint capella scored eighteen points and the hawks pulled away in the fourth quarter of the one thirty five one of three pounding of the Suns Atlanta late just ninety seven eighty eight before scoring the first fourteen points in the final period the sons were out scored thirty eight fifteen in the fourth and didn't hit their first basket of the period until there was two thirty three remaining Trae young had sixteen points and twelve assists for the hawks you know Gallinari also had sixteen points per day and we definitely need to bring the intensity in the energy for forty minutes is the the best team played against the best team in the league and so it was it was a great test agree challenge Devin Booker dropped in thirty for Phoenix which began the day tied with the jazz for the Western Conference lead I'm Dave Ferrie

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Young, Capela power Hawks past Pacers, 129-117

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

Young, Capela power Hawks past Pacers, 129-117

"Click capella had twenty five points in twenty four rebounds as the surging hawks beat the Pacers one twenty nine one seventeen Trae young scored thirty four points and had eleven assists for Atlanta which has won eight of ten and his seventeen at six under coach Nate McMillan is being good confidence that when everybody hi and when nobody has confidence in god's way free out there are you bring out the best batsman yourself Fakten Bogdanovich and Kevin Hurter each chipped in twenty three points and helped the hawks take a twenty point lead in the first quarter the Pacers got within one in the third and tied it early in the fourth before the hawks went on the ten four run Malcolm Brogdon finished with twenty nine points for Indiana I'm the ferry

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Trae Young, Clint Capela boost Hawks past Nuggets 123-115

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

Trae Young, Clint Capela boost Hawks past Nuggets 123-115

"The hawks had lost five of six and eight of ten before Trae young and Clint capella furnished double doubles in a one twenty three one fifteen victory against the nuggets young had thirty five points and fifteen assists massaging going in in this kind is a trickle down effect in our defense was great tonight they had a lot of tough shots and we got some guys over there who can really play and hit those shots but the most part we made it tough on me I did a really good job on their on their main guys capella had twenty two points and ten rebounds Jamal Murray had thirty points for the nuggets who trailed by as many as twenty to win their fourth game in six days the hawks went up by twenty two on a three pointer by young at the two thirty five mark of the third quarter on the ferry

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How Galaxy Digital bridges the gap between the crypto and the institutional worlds

Odd Lots

03:26 min | 1 year ago

How Galaxy Digital bridges the gap between the crypto and the institutional worlds

"A very simple thing to ask you. Which is what is galaxy actually do. Because every time i see described. It's usually a really vague. Term like galaxy is an investment firm in crypto or galaxy. Works in the crypto industry. Never see a release specific description of it i. We're going to try to be much crystal player so we have four or five businesses. Did anyone to break it out. We have one business. Which is were you know or adventure shop direct investing and so we've invested in eighty companies. That are building out the crypto ecosystem from new protocols like one inch or luna token to exchanges to custody services so anything that has touched the crypto ecosystem or quite frankly the virtual world ecosystem we're investing in so we have a giant portfolio of of investments. We have inventory of bitcoin. Theory of another coins that i personally trade And so by at one is going down and settlers going up and so that's our principal activities. Then we have what you'd call a traditional sales let sales trading credits. We lend money to people that are participating in the space that's miners. That's that are just normal. Customers lending on margin we have a derivative business. Right were the second or third biggest a market maker in options and so you want to do structure product or sell calls against your position or by plus where there for institutions we have an asset management business where we take other people's money in raise it we have a bitcoin fund We have the bloomberg. Bitcoin crypto index We have a venture fund that focus on the virtual worlds stuff and we have an investment bank a group of people that have great domain expertise in the space and we'll give advice on mergers and acquisitions on on capela raziq and so and then we have a mining division right. We are minding our own crypto. And that's mining finance its mining derivatives in its us mining ourselves and so pretty broad and diversified it's been focused on institutions not retail. And so that was a painful position to be in until about april last year. With covid happened right. i said l. the 'institutions are coming in men. they were slow and then covert happened. And they went from walking at one mile an hour to trotting to sprinting. And now it's like ninety nine mph. You know just mad dash and so you've seen hedge funds insurance companies asset managers all entering the space since april and. That's why when we went through twenty. We went right to forty in bitcoin. Those institutions are mostly buying bitcoin. But the moment you make a little money in bitcoin yelich. What else is in this space. And you look into the theory amoeba system. And you're like wow that's pretty cool too. And so then. They're putting some money in theory and then the final spaces will wear the real disruptions to happen is in defy defy really simply put his taking a blockchain breeds in the financial system. Right it is creating driverless. Banks or driverless. Insurance companies are driverless derivative markets. And that while it still. I think in the sandbox right. It's still working out the kinks in beings. Lloyd it's growing so fast that you could see the guppies jump out of the sandbox and become frog's really

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"capela" Discussed on Dog Save The People

Dog Save The People

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"capela" Discussed on Dog Save The People

"Day and normally he would walk next to me and he was in training and everything and I just gave him a bath and he didn't have a collar. So otherwise I would have probably had the the leash because it was going to the to the main street in Greenport, but when we came out of the dry cleaning, I went a one way and he went the other he was hit by the car and there was the people who hit him actually took me to the vet and it was like a 5 minutes log. The longest five minutes of my life. Of course. I held him and I mean later on I realized he actually died in my arms, but he looked at me and his eyes were open and he looked at me the whole time and when I got to the vet I thought maybe they could still save him but he was gone. Well that was back in and of course now I don't move without the leash. Yo, so then I I went through, you know, a year of birth. It's a morning sure and of course also, I blame myself and it was it was really terrible experience and one of the women that heard the story in our area said, you know, I have a Yorkie a dog and you know, you can made her with you know with Buster so we met Buster with your key and then hi I came out over six now and they're good friends Buster and high-wage. That's great and they kind of look alike Buster and tight did not look alike. The Buster is blond. Tiger was black and white but high and out looks just like Buster. So, that's how we came about the amazing companion and hiya means life in Hebrew. I love it and she's bringing me a lot of life. And so she's a result of what we call love or marriage. That's great. And I love that. She's carried on the kind of the bloodline of Tyco so that there is a continuity there of some sort of the most important. If not the most important story about not actually a dog but it's the the poor man's sheep with the the story of David went dead. Kind of took but Sheba from her husband and sent him to die in the war and he took the you know, his wife the prophet Nathan comes to him and says page parable of about the poor man's sheep. But the way he describes it. He said it was a poor man who had a sheep and she ate with him that she slept with him. She was with him in his house and then it says she was like a daughter to him and I believe this is the only reference in the Bible even though it's a parable but it's still in the scripture to tell us about an animal how it is. Once you bring it home. It is a family member. Yes, you know in general all God's creations life, you know dog or part of the the big concept of life. But they represent something that you know, we tend to forget that at the end of the day what we pursue is what is given to us. What is given to Thursday is the now in in here. Yes, and if we don't really enjoy it now in here then we miss life, you know and dogs just pull us right into that the moment they don't stand on ceremony they live here and they teach us the this is such an important lesson you agree with you and that's such a beautiful concept that I think is threaded and woven through so much of present-day thought and yet it's something that eludes so much of us because we're constantly reworking the past or thinking about the future and feeling ourselves paralyzed about the fears or the regrets and yet it takes us away from this phone number. Moment which is all we have and it is it's it's so beautiful and I do believe that we can find the beauty and as you mentioned the happiness in this very moment and truly that is something that our dogs are constantly presenting to us and trying to teach us sarebbe. I got it was such a pleasure to speak with you and I am sorry for your loss but it sounds like wage I has created has helped you kind of heal and move on and continue this great love of dogs that you have. And then thank you again Rabbi for joining us. You are such a wonderful job. Thank you so much and God bless it was so fascinating to talk to Rabb. I got a and get his different perspectives on the connection dogs have the agreements to the lens of religion and particularly the Jewish faith. And while it is sad to hear what happened to his dog tag, it sounds like his new dog is already playing a key part in helping him work through the log. And find a new sense of life again. It does make sense since her name does mean full of life after all. Thank you for listening to this episode of dog saved the people a podcast about how dogs make our lives better. This show is a production of as it should be a Content Studio. It's made with the support of our producer editor Jack summer special. Thanks to our composure neighbor Daniel Lambert for creating the music for the show. You can subscribe to dogs save the people on Apple podcasts Spotify or whatever you get your podcast. If you like the show, please leave a review or rating. You can also follow us on social media. You can also check out the types and rescue fund my Foundation at John Bartlett, Enjoy walk with your dog and make it a great day for both of you..

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Inner Child Recovery Process with Eddie Capparucci

The Addicted Mind Podcast

03:59 min | 1 year ago

Inner Child Recovery Process with Eddie Capparucci

"Hello, everyone. Welcome to the addicted mind podcast. My guest today is Eddie Capela Rucci and he is going to talk about inner child, work and sex important addiction Eddie please introduce yourself. Hey dwayne. Thank you for having me on the show. Really appreciate that as you say, I am and he kept route yummy counselor professional counselor I have a private practice in Marietta. Georgia. With my wife. Carrie I specialize in the treatment of sex and pornography addiction at I've been doing it for about ten years. Now, I also am the administrator of two websites and that is Meghan porn and secretary pure men, and I just have a real passion having juggled through this myself. I have gone passion for helping individuals to be able to overcome this in their area of one to wave that you. Grew something dead I created called the inner child recovery process which back you childhood main point because I really believe the road to recovery or diction goes to our childhood. Awesome I. think that's so true when we look at addiction in general, there's a lot of roots of childhood trauma and pain that kind of feeds the addictive process. So tell me a little bit about your story and how you how you kind of stumbled into working with I guess inner child work can, and we'll talk about about what that means and and go into more detail but I'd I love to hear your story okay by storing, your star with a young boy. Father. died when I were by. My mother's left with four children I would say third oldest. After passed away, my mother had a nervous breakdown. And all of a kid were sent out to relative that we didn't know and stayed there for about a year or she recovering and that we are brought back after she thought you ready but she wasn't she had another breakdown and got sent out again. But now doubt the give relatives each of us, the four went to several our own ways. So we weren't. Even with our siblings Dow other people who I don't really know are there for about three months before finally we come back and she gave a bit solidify family but again, a young KNOB orcades, mid sixties, nineteen sixties, and trying to raise us at I had two older sisters. So they were the ones who are always looking after me and basically as you can. Imagine sisters who are your sixteen of Nineteen they don't really want be dealing with a seven-year-old boy. They WANNA be listen their American band fan and things like that. So I found myself very isolated quite a bit of a child yogurt on my own and ask got older and I did become eventually removed in my mom remarried and we've moved into a neighborhood that. Had quite a few friends that were there. But when he did was it already set the stage for me. You suffer with an abandoned gives order an attachment disorder at Delaware, my Bandon, and I didn't know that at the time of course but I started to date when I was about sixteen when I came to understand that only having one girlfriend was never enough. I needed more I was soon to later find out what that was about was I needed to backup plan because the abandonment issue that meant that you know my world view of my inner child was a the people who love you or review. Again not knowing that are just thinking. Okay. Addresses shift me I like girls. Continue to chase them.

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Innovation and the Clich

LensWork

09:35 min | 1 year ago

Innovation and the Clich

"Years the editor of Lens Work Publishing Brooks Jensen as an introduction to this topic. Let me begin with a little bit of inside baseball as they say. Did describe how it is that these podcasts come about. Oftentimes they're sparks from something. I read or something someone says to me or an idea. Get an e mail. Sometimes it's ideas that just bubble up out of nowhere. As I've often mentioned this happens a lot in the shower for some reason so I actually have a divers where I can jot down ideas before I forget them while. I'm still in the shower. And that's what happened this morning at phrase occurred to me out of the clear. Blue Sky jotted down. I had no idea where it was going. But I've been thinking about it all day in it's led to a very interesting train of thought. I WANNA share with you. The phrase is as a pursuit in life. The creation of art seems to be a dance between innovation an execution dance between innovation and execution. And here's what occurred to me while I was thinking about this. I've been listening to two different kinds of music of late. I've for reasons I can't explain really gotten into the piano concertos of Rachmaninoff. And I've mentioned that these are available on Youtube Etcetera. Play by this brilliant Chinese Pena's named Eugene and by sheer coincidence. I've also discovered a composer. Young woman who is very talented at composing classical music. And she's been exploring lots of other genres of music are names Nari Soul and she has been discussing of late in some of her Youtube Videos John Cage and his work. With what's called a prepared piano. He would take an open up a piano and attach things to the strings. like paper clips and whatnot and and the piano would make very funny noises and oftentimes. He would not really play music. He would just play notes and things and very innovative very creative. Very modern very sort of avant garde out there and she's been exploring some of his ideas so I I had these two things that are clashing in my brain the extreme precision and accomplishment of the execution of Rachmaninoff by Eugene Dong and John Cage and is prepared piano as explored by Nari Soul. I think these two extremes are what got me thinking about the dance between innovation and execution. LemMe ask the question. This way in terms of piano music which is a higher form of accomplishment. The extreme innovation of John Cage thinking way outside the box not only thinking outside of meter and normal harmonies and progressions but thinking about outside normal instruments. And how they can be modified in played with talk about innovation way out there so we applaud that to some degree and then at the other end of the scale is you. Juwan and her unbelievably precise playing Rachmaninoff. And the the execution that she brings to his scores are not only extremely high in terms of technical proficiency but also in terms of emotional content. So that's a very high measure of success. But can't we agree that these two are at essentially completely opposite ends of the creative spectrum? Both forms of music can bring out emotions. Strong positive and negative is zoom and both of them can be seen to fall in some sort of competition or scale of things. And which do we appreciate more? Well obviously the reason I bring all this up is because I'm thinking about this relative to photography to what's more important in photography extreme innovation here. I'm thinking of the inventive work from the imagination of photographers like Jerry. You'll Zeman or John Paul Capela Negro or Huntington Witherell or dominic rouse or the incredibly precise execution on very traditional lines. And here on thinking of Bruce Marne bomb and John Sexton and and even people like Steve McCurry. Which do we value more? The key idea here seems to me to revolve around our expectations. If we go into a piece of artwork with the assumption that what we're looking for is incredibly talented sensitive execution and we see something like the prepared piano of John Cage or the innovative of Jerry yells men or someone we might say. Well that's not what I call a picture because it doesn't look like what we expect a fine art photograph to look like on the other hand if we go in assuming that what we value. Is something really innovative? Something we've never seen before then we can look at work like. Oh maybe even Louis Balsam Robert Atoms and Lee friedlander Gary Winner. Grand and say well. That's that's not what I call a picture. But wow is that fantastic. Because it doesn't look at all like we expect a fine art photograph to look. I think it's easy for us to appreciate the fact that there are two camps. It's perhaps even easier to fall into one of those two camps without even realizing it if we're a traditionalist we're gonNA look at the innovative and the Avant Garde is being weird and certainly when people look at oh do sharp or Mcgraw eat they might look at those paintings and say that's weird. That's you know. Because it doesn't look like Rembrandt Raphael. On the other hand if greet and duchamp painted like Rembrandt and Rafael. We might look at it and say well. That's boring because it's not innovative so therefore it doesn't seem to add much to the history of painting and so we're not interested in it. Well we can do exactly the same thing in photography. How do you evaluate work when you look at it? Do you evaluate it based on its execution and how well it conforms to the cliche or do you evaluate it based on its innovation and how different and unique it is. There is a position in the Middle. Which gives me pause for concern. Because if what we're trying to do is have the best of both worlds have innovation and traditional execution for example. Then the only thing that's left is what you point your camera at that is to say trying to find something that hasn't been photographed as artwork before and turn that into your bailiwick or your creative vision. In hopes that people would look at it and say beautifully done traditionally printed man fantastic execution of something. That's never been photographed before and isn't that Nice. Do you realize that that's exactly what happened? In the early history of painting this has been discussed by lots. And lots of people. Certainly not a unique idea. And certainly not my own but basically the idea's this for generations for literally. Hundreds of years painting was of the human figure primarily religious pictures descent from the cross kinds of things but usually what happened in those paintings as they had to be set in some kind of scene and so there would be introduced in the background. Some little bit of a tree or a little stream or a building or something and with enough passage of time and hundreds of years. Painters started saying to the figure move over. We're we're more interested in what's going on in the background than we are in the human figure or the story and landscape painting was born but when landscape painting was born that way there were probably lots and lots of people around who said well. That's not what I call a painting because whereas the people this is just a bunch trees that's not very interesting so it was innovative but it wasn't traditional and it certainly didn't measure up to the kinds of execution that were expected in a portrait of a person or the painting of a of a story seen or some such thing

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"capela" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

08:30 min | 2 years ago

"capela" Discussed on Historical Figures

"Result all the same and yet you still had the assassins killed well yes murder is murder a crime no matter the victim surely you I would agree. You are ruthless man Cesar. There's no other way for Caesar to be. You are welcome to stay in the palace if you choose to stay in Egypt for a while. Thank you I look forward to delving into many more of Egypt spudis and treasurers and thus began a legendary a romance between Julius Caesar and Queen Cleopatra When Cleopatra and her brother went to war against each other it was her alliance with Caesar. That turned the tide title battle. Caesar's armies quickly installed Cleopatra as the Sole Pharaoh of Egypt Cleopatra and Caesar never married or really made the relationship public although it was the worst kept secret and all of Rome. Cleopatra was a constant visitor of Caesar's villa. It wasn't hard to connect the dots. The two of them did likely have a son together and end up until Caesar's death they were in love. No one in Rome. Ever took Caesar to task for having a romance with Cleopatra while he was still married in Rome it wasn't considered sittard adultery. If the relationship was with a person of a foreign land another reason for Caesar getting away with it was that now he was a completely beloved leader of the Roman People Camman he had to have some enemies obviously but instead of conscripting them like Sola had done in his youth. Caesar pardoned them all. He kept all his enemies alive. Live how is that a good idea. Well after he took out the last of pompey's supporters around the outskirts of the Roman Empire. Caesar returned to Rome in initially made peace with everyone. He could with him not killing anyone else. Everyone was comfortable with Caesar's rule no one really opposed him and he was made dictator with pretty much. No no issues. Well not everyone was comfortable with Caesar. There were some that found the celebration of Caesar's return in very poor taste as it was Romans. He defeated not foreign born invaders in any case. Caesar kept his dictatorship this time around and began to enact sweeping changes. Caesar never allowed the images of his youth to escape him and he realized that since the days of Marius and Solas war that the Roman republic had been in a state of constant anarchy and that the power struggle between the consoles the Senate and the triumphs would only serve to contribute to the fall of Rome so he established a new constitution in hopes of restoring the government into a strong unit Senate and in hopes of uniting all of Rome's various territories into a single cohesive empire. Caesar went to work passing nonstop legislation that he felt helped worked towards his new goal. He took a new census. In order to lessen the tax and green burden placed upon the people he restructured debt and rewarded families. Who bore many children hoping to quickly repopulate Rome? After so many wars his longest lasting legacy was the restructuring of the calendar. He took inspiration from the adoption. Calendar which was based upon the sun and added three months to account for difference and season the Julian calender made its debut on January first forty five BC e and it basically is the calendar. We still use today on the most important decision at the time. And the one that directly led to Caesar's downfall was the changes he made made to the Senate from here on out. I and I alone will make all decisions. That will have an impact on our great empire. You are all Welcome to come in and debate the matter as you wish but all laws all matters of state will come by my hand. This this is betrayal. This goes against all that room stands for. This is for everything that Rome stands for. This is a rebirth of this great city. This great empire after years of you fools wasting our time and money and arguments and civil war. It is time time someone rose to the occasion to return Rome to its original splendor and that person is Julius. Caesar Yeah Yeah. Remember those people that weren't too happy with the celebration of Caesar's return it was mostly the Senate and the Senate saw the republic crumbling before their eyes and they knew they had to act and act fast. So as you probably remember from reading your Shakespeare in high school many of the senators including Caesar's trusted general brutus conspired it to murder Caesar and restore the Senate's power. Once you may not know is that Shakespeare wasn't creating fiction when he wrote about the soothsayer warning. Caesar of the ides heads of March. Beware the ides of March. In fact Caesar allegedly had plenty of warning before his assassination. According to legend a bird flew into into the hall of Pompeii just days before the murder took place and tore a Laurel branch to pieces as if POMPEII had come back to devise the death of his enemy and a friend friend had said that one of his horses wandered off and began to cry signifying. A great death was about to occur and even a few months before a tomb in the Roman colony of Capela Capela was opened and allegedly one of the vases inside was inscribed with a warning that Italy would pay great price if the tomb was ever disturbed it basically the entire universe was trying to warn Caesar of this great tragedy some Roman historians questioned. Why Caesar didn't take more heed? These warnings some some theorize that Caesar knew he was growing ill and did not care if he died soon or that he knew that his death would only further his 'cause we're all others theorized that Caesar was was buying into his own hype and that he was a god who couldn't be touched on March fifteenth forty four BC. One of the most notable and famous deaths in all of history occurred but fate tried to intervene one more time. Marc Anthony. Why what's the rush rush? Have no time for your games drew bonus and must make it to the Senate floor before but Anthony. They've already in the middle of their meeting interrupt. Them would not be wise. You don't understand. They're they're going to. Oh no not on this to Trapani. It's too late Anthony by now. Dita's it's done. It is for the best of this public. There's nothing you can do you monsters. You fail to realize what you're doing you are starting let me through. Now it's useless. There is nothing you can do to save him. Don't make yourself an enemy. You not an enemy for killing an innocent man in cold blood. Let me go. Let me go. Hello Mark Antony would fail to reach Caesar and time ignorant of what was to come. Caesar's stepped into the Senate chambers and never again stepped out you to my child. Julius Caesar was dead at the age of fifty five but as much as the Senate tried couldn't quiet the legacy of Caesar their air conspiracy would fail the Roman people who had taken a liking to Caesar would revolt against the Senate mark. Antony would lead Caesar's loyal soldiers into war against against the last vestiges of the republic. The Roman Empire had begun. Caesar's adoptive son Gas Octavius. Augustus would eventually become Rome's I emperor Julius Caesar looked his whole life to leave a legacy and to bring greatness to the Caesar name and I would say he was pretty successful at it. It's hard to put into words. Exactly what Caesar's legacy is it expands far beyond what we can ever imagine. He began the Roman Empire helping to spread Rome's influence influence and intellect around the globe. He is the iconic image of the dictator one of the earliest examples of the cult of personality and inspired people such as Napoleon and Mussalini to practice their own form of caesarian rule. But the fact that Julius Caesar is one of history's most famous names and that we are. We're still talking about him here and now says much about Julius legacy than anything else could he wanted to be remembered and he truly.

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"capela" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"capela" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Online at Frank Duran the real estate man dot com this report is sponsored by eBay to pinpoint weather alert a this morning for snow that is making roads treacherous up to an inch possible but at the worst time mostly cloudy this afternoon high forty two I mean urologist Brooks garner fox thirty one pinpoint weather let's say you want to surprise your little one with the bike eBay has lots of bikes first bike thanks really loud bikes eBay and you'll always find an unmatched selection at a price you'll love it Dan capela show afternoon forty six Friday for mother faces becoming a convicted sex offender because she was topless in front of her children does the government have any business in this join me for when our history Tom Martino here three oh three seven one three taught Frank Duran the real estate man dot com as you go into the holiday season getting ready for the next year if you're thinking about listing your home I ask you to talk to him first and when you do you'll find out that there is no one better his team concept in his team you know you don't hear us talk a lot about the best like when mark and I talk about plumbing and heating cooling and electric can and lawyers and doctors we don't ever say the best we really don't because we have so many good people in different areas but there's two clients I have where I say the best and and the you gotta do it one is Frank Duran real estate man dot com and his team and the next one is health insurance with integrity church you just can't do it alone so anyway and and Frank Duran the real estate man dot com thrill three nine two zero sixteen twenty two let's talk about your problems today okay on bankruptcy they teachable moment is this if there are assets during the bankruptcy period and before that.

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"capela" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

11:43 min | 2 years ago

"capela" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Hello everyone and welcome back to Capela hunters podcast thank you so much for tuning in thanks back reached out to members Abuellah's matter I've actually also reached out to members of black lives matter I'm wondering interview both of those empty I'm still waiting to hear back so let me just pause here just talk about why I wanted to talk to members of blue lives matter will I I am particularly troubled in the fact that they have taken directly co-opted black labs nerves now if members of law enforcement problem black lives matter if they think that as share Clark USA say black lives matter whatever the other problem with them law enforcement officials can have died log in an argument with members of it in say they're illegitimate that they're exaggerating claims accessible and whatever else black lives matter is complaining about that's fine but to co op the movement and say you know it's really Bob Blue matter this presents a little bit of problem because it makes us seem as if blue lives or police officers lives are directly against blackout lives matter now you may have people may have a problem on issue with black lives matter then that's fine but to co-opt the information to co up what the the whole movement and to put one against another there was a lieutenant I believe Jesse is a captain now trying to get her on the podcast in San Francisco leased department I believe her name is Yolanda Williams and I'm actually reaching out to her try to get around to podcast see is suing her department San Francisco Police Department for Racial Discrimination the things like that this is lieutenant at the time and she's I believe she's now a captain so whatever she's got going on she's got going on but part of her lawsuit claims that someone came up to her at one time What are you for black lives matter offering for lies Neider and for one entity particularly the police department to think that you ought to be directly opposed to black lives matter whether you agree with me is you're not at his very problematic and that's why I wanted to talk to members of blue lives matter and asked them why have you co opted this particular name may have a problem black lives matter that's fine I have a have a dialogue with them but to co-opt say not really buff black lives it is once again not help to build these bridges and bring these these two entities together the community input in this instance the black community is now seemed to be pitted against the police officers and this is a problem and I don't understand why they did that while they call themselves at I don't have a problem with any police organization being very supportive of other police officers being supportive of people trying to get the message out there if there's a group of people war saying that the police are always doing x. being up abusive aggressive and the police officer want to push back against that narrative that's fine nobody has a problem with that the problem with them bringing about information trying to get information out there that's all fine but to directly oppose the black lives matter organization I think is very very problematic and I had problem when I was police officer seeing other people in my police department had blue lives matter on their yes Boulez Matt yes police officers matter and that's why there's there's crimes already for assaulting police officers describes against salting firefighters when they're performing their duties or nurses or paramedics particular state of Connecticut these are all crimes when you assault on one for doing their job that's fine we get it blue lives matter police lives of always matt the issue that black lives matter whether you agree with it or not is that Gla- class have not seen added they seem to throw us away this has been done throughout history from slavery to Jim Crow to Lynchings to mass incarceration to underperforming schools underfund. the schools to the crack epidemic and we can see a certain disparity and how the crack epidemic was street in nineteen eighty two the current opioid epidemic. being treated now and this is the heart of what people are saying the black lives matter our lives are important so infamy ranting about that I want to talk to both groups I reach out the black lab matters or anybody's listen to this you have in contact with any member of black lives matter please give them my information let them all I wanNA talk to them every two last matter and that that her becker the one of these groups if anybody has any kind of inroads to them please let them know that Captain Hunter wants to have them on the podcast and we have a nice DC compensation in the meantime we're GonNa continue on Dr on Promo under wrote an article for lies matter and I just thought it would be very interesting to hear her perspective that name of the article the Doctor Dawn perimeter road they want to make blue lives matter flag a symbol of racism we won't let them so I came across his article in law enforcement today it was written back in July Have Twenty nineteen and so just reached out to her and she was so kind enough to join us on the episode if you want to hear Dr Parameters Bio then you gotta listen to the previous episode I'm not GonNa read it off again but please go back to the previous episode check that one out and day you hear her mother's bio in just a few minutes we're going to get into the episode but I do want to remind you please subscribe to the so whether you're listening I tuned Google play spotify pod being iheartradio wherever you listen to this platform on please make sure that you subscribe to it please rate the episode if eight at highly that way the analytics algorithms can boost up by probability of being found and share the episode shared through email twitter through facebook shirt with someone that you liked shirt with someone that you don't like me for this information gets out there also please consider going over to my Patriot Hey 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Hunter so these always you can help to support the the podcast and make sure that the the work continues on and without further ado let's get into the episode talking about blue lives matter here's the interview with Dr Dawn Paramedic I was reading through blaze matter lists looking for different things to talk about concerning that and it came across article in law enforcement today they want to make the blue lives matter flag a symbol of racism we won't let them know here you are talking about symbols so let's this dove into the symbol uh of racism they obviously in the article that you're referring to I don't want to word Dumont but there's obviously those the antifa groups things like that can you explain and just a little bit of a y you wrote the article I wrote the article because it's really important when you do symbolism what people hold in high regard sacred symbols whether it's the flag weather it's a religious symbol but even more important in terms of again the crime is the desecration of sacred symbol it's a very very powerful statement the the desecration of things that people Oh hold sacred it's not vandalism it it has a lot more meaning to it that's why I wrote about it because and this will be a nice way to to describe how I came to it when I go to a crime scene and somebody I'm doing a homicide case a lot of times they're deliberately yes the creating that body so the desecration of the body is the same you know the the flag is a sacred symbol also so so when I write about this it's more than it's a highly symbolic act and it's a highly symbolic object and that's why it provoked so much emotion when it happens and unfortunately the blue lives matter flag which originated out of the the in Blue Line flags it became an insult because it was called the blue lives matter when if it hadn't been called that it would have still been vandalized but I think that gave them more that offended the black lives matter movement to feel that it's rude to them save the name co opted the movement so it became a whole controversy but now it's gone beyond just the controversy now we have literally groups out there anti police groups cop watch groups I don't know if your audience is aware that blue lives matter flags are stolen all the time from people's homes they're burned their their stolen from police officers memorial's it's just become almost it's like a trend it's become a trend to do that and I did not know that until I do not know that yeah and it's escalating it's escalating speaking of the psychology of it they're not just stealing the flag there's stealing valor they're stealing honor they they know what the symbolism is especially when it's taken off of of fallen officer memorial the psychology of that that is that we don't like police and we don't think you deserve to be a hero and have this lag here so I'm going to steal it you know it's it's disrespecting somebody in depth it's not allowing them to have dignity in death that is what's happening and they probably get a thrill from it to I mean they understand the symbolism and it's just really taken off I mean I started charting you know every time one happened and I have just dozens and dozens I couldn't keep up and that's how much it's escalated and sometimes deliberately do things on May fifteenth as a as a desecration of fallen officer holiday and or Memorial Day they do it on specific days that are important also and that's another trend so it's it's really disturbing and the other in your audience may be aware of is that fallen officer memorial are being vandalized is in unbelievable numbers I mean they will early go to a memorial in front of a police station and if it's a granite memorial they'll take a hammer to it they don't just spray paint them they literally knocked over to destroy them it seems to provoke even more violence than in just vandalism and and I think again there's this you know fustration or whatever that it's like if you don't if you disrespect us we're going to we're not going to allow you to have this memorial we don't think of you as a hero now it's gone.

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"capela" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

09:26 min | 2 years ago

"capela" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Dan capela show afternoon forty six Kate Thursday for sure how around allow its college athletes to make money off of their names that have been proven right dumping ten table would lead the Broncos into the football wilderness join me for. this is the trouble shooter show. Tom Martino troubleshoot. show three oh three seven one three talk seven one three eight two five five so many people are tuning in doubt who are new to town and I just want to tell you this is the place where we talk about everything if you need help on anything want to get something off your chest somebody lied you ripped you off cheated you or you just had a a talking you said Hey this is right or this is wrong or it is just bugging you it could be customer service it could be a situation that occurred. give me a call at three oh three. seven one three talk. did anyone see that. example demonstration forgiveness during the sentencing of that woman was sentenced or it was actually statements by the family. the woman with the police woman former police woman sentenced to ten years in prison. for killing a guy who she thought was in her apartment she killed him I don't understand how that could happen even walking into an apartment even if you're on the wrong floor and you walk into an apartment and you'll see a guy watching TV I think I'd know if it was my TV my couch my area my house I don't know she I guess she was so excited and so frayed but in any case she was found guilty and obviously not of premeditated murder she only got ten years. and the younger brother was talking and said I forgive her can I hugger he asked if he hunkered went over and hugged her a lot of people thought that was really good in this this woman well she served ten years probably not will she be out five maybe anyway that that story just was such. a terrible story to begin with but it took some odd turns Christine wants to talk about an H. away issue hi Christine our numbers three oh three seven one three talk Christine hi how are you doing what's happening. what's going on with you well that the south part two in Littleton and it changed H. O. waits on us and I wasn't notified no it doesn't change age was a change management companies. centennial yeah and and what do you what do you mean you weren't notified the board usually does that it doesn't always take a vote really it only takes a vote if the by laws require a vote I since I'm not familiar with it you're saying day who is the aid that switched to a different manager know exactly what happened I noticed in our newsletter is there any way do you have any problem with it. and well in the meantime I had already sent the September payment to them on August twenty six is that the main issue then the payment and they're still got my payment yeah okay so you sent your payment to the old old address yeah like trying to you know bill pay but normally normally that goes into the H. away account even if it goes to you say to one management company it's an account maintained by the management company it's not like they keep the money so I think that they would be able to fix that in a in a minute I'm sorry thanks well first of all a let me as to the most important thing is the H. away considering which payment did you send to the yard. September I sent this twenty six RK are they saying you're late first of all let's get that straight is the new management company calling you late. I don't believe so hi a fact are you sent extra to cover late fee for September to the new the new one just to cover myself you know I here's what I would do I would contact the new age away company arches my management and let them handle it they'll they'll retrieve the check I don't think anyone's going to try to keep it I think this is just you got caught up in the paperwork so this is the first thing and you can call us back I would call the new age away it let me call the management company has what is called the new management company explain to them what you did. and they'll retrieve it because they want the money. for themselves they wanted in there. coffers obviously they want in their coffers so they can you know make sure they have the money to pay the bills and all that if you have a problem call us back really brought to you have a problem or you have an issue with the landlord what's going on with the landlord. yes I do have an issue with the landlord what is seen as the safety is the safety of my family is my main concern with her around are currently. well that sounds pretty sure is what what what's going on. we are so basically somebody replaced a window pane without our knowledge and no one at this point has any idea who came into my home when they came into my home. the pain was it was it a broken window let's go there first or somebody just came in and randomly in all changed the pain was the pain broken. yes Sir there was actually a windows that had to be completely replaced where they all everyone Sturgis are you calling about where they all replaced for just one of them. are all the windows were replaced it when they replace those windows there were three that had a broken window pane so then they would have to come back. SO three and when they came back okay so obviously it was someone who was on that job I mean it it's not like they just you knew they were coming to fix those at some point right. we knew they were coming to fix them at some point however the management company and did not know who they had hired to replace the windows I was the only contact who is that man who do they pay they had to pay the bills so who do they pay. that is one of the main issue that is we can't do a burnout in contact right now with the management they won't return my call to find out so they actually need to give the information I had for him once we contacted him he has not yet replaced the windows he still had the replaced three of them okay so no actually now there's only two okay so if you're not talking so much about someone coming in and doing it but that they are so disorganized they don't know who did it so now you can't get them done is that you can't get the job completed is that the main issue right now. are what you are actually the CT is that someone came into my. yes No safety issue listen okay first of all I can't go there and I'll tell you why nothing happened okay a short could they have done it better sure they could but I am sure that it was someone who was qualified to fix it because one of them was fixed now you have three others that need to be fixed okay if you if we get caught up in saying why did you send that person to begin with I didn't want them to come it could've would've should've it doesn't matter what we really need to do now is simply concentrate on hiring someone the H. away or the management company has to hire someone to fix the remaining windows you say three but need to be fixed and somebody the mystery person says only two of them has to be fixed is that right. correct and the issue in there that no one has on record who were place out window Niners make company not. stand that that it's it's shoddy okay data but someone's going to come forward to get paid I mean obviously I don't you think someone's going to be paid before it was complete all they paid in advance the issue there that person was complete the person was paid well I know what I was not in your court really here here's the deal it was a management company issue they need to figure it out you don't it's not your responsibility you have three windows that still need to be fixed and the management company has to do it whether they use the same original person or get someone new they have to fix it so I eat I don't understand why you are involved in this process you should not be involved in the process. I mean really it's not your every I mean apparently this is an H. away issue because it's not yours it depends many times these kinds of windows the individual unit pace but in this case your shore that they're taking it upon themselves to fix it right there they are recognizing this as an H. away thing right. yes okay so now let's call the H. away and say look or the management company and say look it's unreasonable to put this burden on this woman is unreasonable all she wants is freaking windows fixed period and she doesn't know who did it you are the ones who are supposed to now get offer back and get someone to fix it hold on to deputy click get their number just give me a call..

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"capela" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"capela" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Would just add go there and get my stuff and I go home while you're there to the gypsum come over like, oh, I'm here to collect my weed and my, my fake Deng. No, no. What I'm sure he's doing great. I'm sure he passed the test and he's doing amazing things now. Seventy seven five seven nine one or two five, eight hundred seven seven to five they, they check the before before he went into whiz. They gave a little Cleopatra down. Yeah. He was. Okay. He was on probation. Any dude was on probation. Yeah. Why they seem very law abiding. I don't know anything about about gypsum folk, I don't know. Either. I just know what I heard. What's up Alison welcomed you live? What continent is Egypt guys Africa? Hey Alison, how are you? Albert nine. What's up? Hours. Talking about this the whole near thing. I don't even know what they're like. Putting in now how do you even know you're gonna pass your drug test? But well, I was thinking I've actually had peed for somebody before who needed clean Pete, and I was pretty certain line was clean. When you say pretty certain what does that mean? Allison. I had taken the necessary steps to clean P. So I mean, did you not smoke for three months? Or did you just take goldenseal? Oh, yeah, I was trying to stain from drugs, that workout with using to for someone Dow, I peed in a Cup for she put it into a little five hour energy, drink and. I, I think I would remember as I come up thirty four so congratulations. I hope that brought the two of you little closer together, seventy seven five seven nine one zero two five to answer her question. The one forty not that, you know, this isn't a paid sponsor include synthetic urine, heating, pads, golden flask. Oh, oh, two different types of synthetic urine, what a bargain Tanya. You're a navy nurse. Thanks for taking my call. Thank you. Send desperate things a discover a doctor Capela rice himself with patients urine, and in his bladder, and then he would key for his drug test. He was very messed up the ABC very, we will see you got a dirty yellow or using drugs. And he would in order to pass these drugs. He would actually get he would extract a patient's we and then use that for his own. And then passes get it from, like a patient's catheter that was an Austin, any would take it and put it into his own platter. Isn't that my God?.

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"capela" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"capela" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And that means, you know, giving them appropriate medical treatment, preventive treatment given treatment timely. That's important it freedom from aversive training methods. And you've also got the freedom to express normal behavior. Led a dog be a dog like Capela cla-, a cat Klatt. Got the cat. Don't declaw them. Don't declaw them. I mean, they they need to have an express normal behavior. Provide them with sufficient space an interaction with other animals. It's it's these freedoms let me tell you about these freedoms. And we told you about this last week on the show him this. We're going to wrap up today. We talked about these freedoms because. Animal welfare. These are the five freedoms. And I asked him what does an welcoming to you. And he said, you know, the usual stuff, you would expect to feed your dog Kathy dog it medical treatment when it needs in those kinds of things, and they actually. He's actually not from your perspective. It's actually not what you want to put on an animal, you believe it's actually always from an animal's perspective. And that's why there's so much research done on animal welfare with observing and data and research and skiing. How animals react is an conditions to the food to who they with. You know, the environment those kinds of things, and that's how we say. This is how a battery hen responds in a tight space, and you know, they look each other's feathers out those kind of things that they observe and they say does this impact the welfare is the stress levels up. Does it, you know, those kind of things he been pricing negatively. And this is why if we applied these five freedoms to animals all around the world, despite culture, because it's not a reason for people to be able to do things animals because the culture does that. No, this is always from an animal's perspective and the research backs it up its own going, which is wonderful. So that we can do better. We can say, you know, when you put this many hens in this tiny space with not much light. And this kind of food and giving them, you know, what did they call it? The make some big the call. It. Steroids. No, what is it? They give him the mate antibiotics and stuff like that. How are they responding? And and that's how we're going to improve on Mojo for and I think that goes across the board for pet parents when you look at that training their food their environment, and how you interact with them. Right now, I could take a big fat breath. From the big fat pet move show. These links are going to go up. Please join the groups that I've mentioned I thrilled to be in these groups I've learnt so much myself, it's mind blowing and want to be able to to promote these groups, and these great people, and these experts who are who are really paving the way so that we can push these myths behind those and all do a lot up. If you liked the show today, I would love for you.

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"capela" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"capela" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Well, look, I don't even think my friend, Mike Capela wanna who was as liberal a member of the delegation. I know he's not going to run. He's not going to go back and say. But we just I guess just has become a employed by one of the big law firms, and he'll do a great job. But I'm sure he's doing fine. She still gonna take gonna take her who's gonna take ion oppress. The she's a woman she's minority in a district that has a pretty significant minority population who's gonna who's gonna take her out. I don't think you live in her population. Okay. And and what do you think the response will be amongst your fellow constituents? If I get mine me now, it would energize me. Finally, take my gimpy whatever body go knocking on doors in saying this is not right. Well, what will happen here? Here's what's going to happen with this piece of legislation. She's filing in as an amendment, and so she will use this as a litmus test, and they will be Republicans who will be who will vote against it. And then they will try to use that that issue against them. That's fine. Nj if you think about running for congress, I want to know because I think that you're a feisty person. And maybe you're the sort of candidate who could who could win the seat. No. Well, as we say in Texas, little, Yup. I hear you from there. I hear you. Well, end jam delighted that you agree with me because you'll you and I kind of run the. Now sixteen and seventeen year olds. I remember those days, and I was politically active, but I never assumed it was my right to. And I was in the first group the people in one thousand nine hundred seventy two there was younger than twenty one got president. Yup. I know you were in Dan 'cause you're a little older than me. But I truly appreciate it. I had. I was in college. I had done what I need to get out is school to get my funding together together college someplace reasonable, and I was politically involved. It was an informed. But. Campaign. That's okay. That's okay. You were out there again involving MJ stay involved and keep calling this show. Even when you disagree with me with me, which is most of the time, which is good. But on this one. I'm delighted to know that we're looking at the same way Red Sox spring training for name. You got it. Alright MJ gotta run. We'll talk soon. Thanks so much. Okay. Have a great night. Six point seven two thousand four hundred thirty triple eight nine to nine hundred thirty voting at the age of sixteen that is the amendment that is on the floor. I know congressman congresswoman Presley will not change her mind. I would love to have her committed and talk about it. Let's see..

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"capela" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"capela" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Nineteenth season out to the hotline right now milkman a former big leaguer now part of the dodgers coverage as an analyst for sports net L A, and that's Jerry Hairston junior. Who's kind enough to give us a few minutes on CBS sports radio Jerry Gelb in New York City. Appreciate the time. And how are you? Fantastic. And I appreciate you. Giving us a few minutes on this Friday evening, Saturday morning, depending on where listeners are tuning in from right now. But the baseball world is in mourning from the passing earlier in the week of a dodgers legend a baseball legend in Don Newcombe who passed away at the age of ninety two. I'm sure you've had a few interactions with them being out in LA but reflect a little bit for me on the great life of Don Newcombe. Some time. And I heard stories about dad knew my grandfather back grandfather Sam Hairston. Major league baseball lightweight and negro. Guys, like, nuclear war Capela. Jackie robinson. Gets it. And all those all those great big, really? To meet in two thousand ten when I was in the part of the Padres organization down doing. Something special. Negro leagues. Nukem? Really great came down for banqueting. He pointed to me, Scott. Saying that I got a bone to pick with you. Your grandfather years ago took me deep. I would like to. You hit you in the back. I chance. To me. Players. When when you come in there. Just justify every home game. With his words of wisdom helped so many players. Reach a Janson. I can't a few y you know. Like everybody, and he's gonna be. A special man in a big time important. So the game of baseball as we're talking to Jerry Hairston junior right now on.

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"capela" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"capela" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"June rose, Mark Stein Steinem. Oh. He had a little report. Those just so agreed is that input in the television show. We'll talk about pot. Do you remember early on before Katie came to the warriors? There was some some drifts and drops of news that they were looking at Katie potentially adding him. Well. Tiny MOS reporting that the warriors have mused about adding Jaanus in twenty twenty one. I'm not saying it's happening. I'm not saying it's happening. But I didn't believe that Katy would come to the warriors. When those rumors came out yonder have been very vocal about wanting to stay Milwaukee. You imagine a world in which Janice plays with the warriors. I don't want imagine a world in which this place with the warriors because I like seeing him win MVP on a number one seed in current conference that he's dominating right now. I think that. What has happened? And it's a it's a trait that happens in society that I'm not mad at but as somebody in his mid forties. I wanna make sure I continue to acknowledge in fight. It's okay. To is. It's okay to bloom where you're planted. Oh, well, we're still at from. So what ends up happening is the level of loyalty and commitment continues to be lost are seen this same conversation with K D. We haven't Jaanus should Zion sit out or play. Ultimately the player's going to do. What makes them happy? I predict the Yana stays in Milwaukee actually gets people to come there and Rome with him really what a noble thought or if he left you ready for this. I'm gonna give you a destination. Oh. If you honest was to leave the bucks, which I'm not predicting I don't want to see happen. And I'm not intimidated. But if he does leave I'm going to give you a destination. It ain't the warriors. It ain't too Lakers. It ain't the Celtics. It ain't the rockets Zik. It ain't the Knicks the clippers the eight the nets. Wow. The maths. Oh international superstars. And just. So, you know, it's my job to watch everything like Hulu Brian talked to and he comes out of the game. You know, who's on the mass roster that only play once this year Janas little brother? Member where he played before this the New York Knicks, correct? So if he was to leave the team that I am watching is the mass s interesting I do feel like whoever gets little brothers actually being like, I'm gonna get him. Keep him on the roster. Paying the minimum baby. Maybe one day that means Jaanus will be. Jalen rose. I have a question for you. Do you think jussie smollet? Set this whole thing up. Yes. Or no. No, no. That's not the question, Mr. rose. Yes..

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NBA proposes lowering draft age to 18 amid Zion Williamson injury backlash

Jalen and Jacoby

02:06 min | 3 years ago

NBA proposes lowering draft age to 18 amid Zion Williamson injury backlash

"Design injury reverberated all over sports and in the league. And allow players tweeted about it, including Danni who simply put it with four simple words, go play in Europe. What is he trying to say there, he stating the obvious? But the difference is if you look in the mirror it's easier for Luca to play overseas because he grew up there, and he gets a chance to do it while he's thirteen fourteen fifteen years old as a high school prospect the best trajectory overall. And I said it this is what ninety eight percent of players actually, do it is to go to college. I know the ideas should be like tears, Ferguson. He went over school. He went overseas. Everybody forgot about Brandon Jennings. Did it as well? There have been players that have done it. And it is available to you. I'm not going to advise the player to play in the G Lee. No. So if you got a chance to go to a major college play big time basketball, get better every day be on a big state and increase your market value. The last time I checked how much do playing at the university of Michigan being a member of the five help value would not be sitting in that chair right now if you did not go to Michigan B member of the fep also Zayn Williams win played for Olympia, close or whatever we would not be talking about right now, if he exploded a shoe playing in Madrid, we would not be talking about the exposure that comes with the college system, and you know, the broadcasters that broadcast those games like us make it such that it is advantageous for a high school prospect who go to college instead of other option, those days could be separate but equal they're gonna be people argue with what you just said and talked about why the player brings value to college and not the other way around. But those things don't have to be mutually exclusive. The thing is out of high school. You should be allowed to enter the draft. Go to college there should be. So former revenue share says that doesn't take place at least holes in coverage. So now all we do is debated for publican sumptious.

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"capela" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"capela" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"We will be talking more about Zayn Williamson and the injury and the fallout from the injury later on the show. But right now, it's time for me you in man to keep him move. Discussing the world of sports and pop culture. So we keep moving if you want to discuss the topic you say the brakes if not we keep moving. Are you ready Mr. rose, get it? We have an MBA injury update about a star player. Keep moving or hit the brakes the brake. Joel embiid. We'll be out at least a week with knee injuries. Is this a major concern for the Sixers autoweek not a major concern? However, the Eastern Conference race is getting really crowded and the raptors in the books playing teams that hope to be in the conference finals, the Indiana Pacers are still in the mix to upset the apple cart, even Victor Ola depot isn't healthy and the Sixers in the Celtics have as much if not more talent than any team in the league, not named the Golden State Warriors. So therefore if he's gonna miss four games eight games that could be a factor were play off position. They don't want to be stuck in a four or five game, for example playing against. Austin with someone with Joel history, you probably keep him out of you days extra than you would other players the Steelers general manager, Kevin Colbert says Ben Rothlisberger can criticize whomever he pleases keeping moving or hit the brake keeping moving keeping more quarterbacks that have that ability to do. So it'll leaders at a team. I have some good news for rockets fans, keep moving or the brakes brake. Clint cappella huge piece of the rockets past success has been missing for quite some time. And he expects to return this evening for the rockets. What is Capello's return mean for this quad? I love the way the western race is shaped me to my goodness. We know the golden stay words on a clear Cup favorite. And rightly so, but don't sleep Oklahoma City at it marquee Moore's and they've been on a run we all forget it because all star break happened, but they've been on a tear lately. So now for the rockets to get Clint Capello back. Chris Paul is already back in Gordon should be back. They had a full complement of players both of these squaws may be factors in Vallat market. But most most important I think if there are two teams that could take the golden stay words too lengthy series. I've said all season it could possibly be one of these squats. Busy bone dropped another distract about the migos. Keep moving or hit the brakes. I gotta wait to hear it. Keep it moving. We'll keep moving. Let's keep it. We have an update on how the pelicans made deal with Anthony Davis elegant. The brings Marston our guy is reporting that the pelicans may reach out to the league to have them soften their stance about forcing them to play. Anthony davis. Do you think that this will happen? I think they're going to reach out to the league. I think the league is gonna balk back. Some I think it's going to end up with them just saying he got an injury. That's how deal with the consequences. We know it's how it's going to be. And they're going to click on the other line and say Cleveland, are they fun, and you guys one hundred thousand for not planned jasmine. No, they're not did they send you any letters or any threatening information about it. Okay. Cool. We're going to renew that next. Chris Hemsworth has signed on for a bio pic about wait for it. Hold hogan. Keep moving to hit the brakes maniacs round wild impression keeping moving for. Not good. Maniacs. Go wild on you. Gene, we have some news about an iconic movie sequel came over the brakes hit the brake. It has been confirmed during all star. We can that. Lebron James will film Space Jam to this summer Jalen performance eight again, I do not think this is a good move for LeBron James. He said he was chasing the ghost in Chicago. But he is basically reprising role that Michael Jordan plays..

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"capela" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"capela" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"And coming out, even though they are under contract saying, I don't wanna play here anymore. He's here's a list of teams that I wanna go play with. Yeah. Well, you know, they've been controlling the league for so long. I think to the ads elites are starting to realize they are the faces of these franchise they what makes the program work. They didn't know that. I was just happy to be to the money that they make it. Now. I think they have a right to you know. Get with the management even get with the players and say, man, look, we're we're driving this. Now, you know jam when we was in. It wasn't like that you had to sit and way you had all these different unions and all that stuff. But now with social media the players exit, even if you look at like. Anthony Davis right now, you know, him and LeBron James friends. I mean, you can't be friends nothing wrong with that. So it's like what's the big fuss about it is like I want to go over here with my boy. And then we working together. I mean, I mean times have changed. We've got just like in music. I mean, some of the younger music people don't like because the guys, but is making money and is was setting the trend. So I think we're gonna have to deal with no matter what I think the owners gonna have to deal with. So you guys mentioned you had a shooting competition. Yeah. You guys are you know, you probably your best basketball's probably behind you. But I'm very important question. One on one who wins a basketball game. Between y'all two. I'm not in jail and get to the best. Is this man he gets three hundred about elbows knew what he does. But I'm not letting them do it appears over time of day is the five o'clock, then I'll probably awesome adult beverages at that point. No, I'm not. This man is a beast was I'm not right hand, though. No rating on them do that. All all. I am not him. Get to know what he's doing. We also have some news. There's a bio pic in the work. Yes. We'll tell us a little bit about that project. So the king of the south ice cream man bio pic is about my life story. And you know, it's van is a blessing to be alive debate to tell my story with all what we've been doing. I wanna tell kids across the world that you can't make it out of these negative environments. Just keep your faking trust in God. And just keep working because that's what I did. You know? And and my life wasn't perfect. But I I wasn't afraid to grow up and change. And I think that's what kids have to look at right now, if you wanna make it you can't be afraid of change. You know, we grew up in these environments, so well out of our friends and relatives they didn't make it. So, but I think the difference with us was we wasn't afraid to change. So there's this one problem with this bio pic, though. Yeah. There's no actor handsome enough play you. Yeah. That out our. It's like when I was nineteen. We don't find one of these kids and man shut out the Lionsgate picking up, man. This is going to be just going to be a big project. And also, I got I got hooked up to coming out real soon in June, June twenty eight I got hooked up to be the funniest movie last spring man in the snow man got the first single men. Jesus is. Came make yourself. I remand in the snow. I really look out for that. I got the hookup and the bio pic yet, I've been using Hulu forever in today's current media landscape as cable there's Netflix, Hulu, Amazon prime the so many different buns, avatars and smart TV's connected. It's all it's so complicated. You don't know which is the right one to us. Well, guess what? Joylin be changes nickname from the process to who has lab sports Dame Lillard who made those threes in the all star game. He got a tattoo that says Hulu. Has live sports. Why would you keep paying.

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"capela" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"capela" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Y ATT I and this high fashion that I mean, the top quality. You can look at could get these in the fifteen. Yeah. Gosh. Okay. Cool guy. Okay. Cool. Okay. Cool. I li- explosives. Make me hat. Yes. Thank you. I don't think you wanna know. Oh, thank you want. Will God I think you want. I remember Miller definitely one. So you in town visiting time here just a little bit. I'm running through because we working on a movie, and I got the hook up too. There was a period of time. Correct. Me up on room at one time. What's the most albums and movies that you had out at the same time that you had your fingerprint sole twenty on the top two hundred billboard at one. Done projects all at the same time winning. Yeah. Yeah. There's a lot the meek mill there's a lot of lives. A lot of people that you were involved with the people don't know you're involved. I manage meek meals at one time Gucci, man. Mango on and on gull, miss a coal. See female craze, author feel shock to Romeo Romeo. CBS day a product. So the rap snacks. Oh, yeah. Everything ties back to massive. I feel like we're paying him rent from this building. All about ownership. I tell people. Oh, yeah. Zion Williams, I can put you in a pill. I'm just telling you your best player, but you also represented some athletes is I am Williamson calls your full right now in ask should I continue to play college basketball. What would you tell them? Don't call me. Call Raymond brothers. He'll help. Right. Places that can help you. But you know, what man I think? No, it all depends his financial situation. I think he should play is not because you don't have the play any way to stay in shape. So I just think playing in college right now you in it. Now, you're gonna have this show your Lord's into the game. Even you came just because if he quit right now for just about the bread. I had a guy that played with us. Randy Livingston play for LSU. He got hurt. He should have never went back. But I just think this for years for, you know, maybe some people's not fun to be in the NBA. But I think this guy is a real thoroughbred up think he's going to get past this. He's gonna have to be more cautious now because he got a big contract on hand the number one player in the draft. So he will have the play with caution. So still going to be do you get him fifty fifty or going? It's going to be social media. Somebody's gonna say negative either way ago. So is no win win for him. And this situation, I think. He's going to have to stick it out people soci- to obviously with no limit records projects. But people soci- you at the city of New Orleans. Yeah. And one thing I want to know from you is what's the pulse of the city when it comes to Anthony Davis in the pelicans him asking for a trade, man. They should have just laid out in the Davis lead the first time. I just think that's what it should have been. Now is like is this love hate relationship. It's like didn't relationship to what. Now, you know, you going find somebody else, but you wanna be with the per- like, it ain't gonna happen. This mango move on. He's ready to move on. Let him move on. You could have got five top young guys. We would have been good. So I just think that we're gonna have some some changes happen, then the own executive side in the organization because I think they you know, I think they should have thought about it as much I think they took it personal. I mean, they should let him go when it was time. And they would have had some of the top players. You know, he didn't wanna beat. I feel like if you don't. I wanna be with me. I don't want you around me. Anyway, I asked the way it should be. And also somebody that's not only play basketball. But is an entrepreneurs I mentioned how do you feel about players now controlling their own destiny?.

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"capela" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"capela" Discussed on Here & Now

"We'll echoing across Mexico today. A bombshell revelation in the New York trial of drug kingpin, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman. A witness who describes himself as chop right hand man claimed in court yesterday that the former president of Mexico and recap Pineyro accepted a one hundred million dollar bribe from the drug Lord, he's previously denied. Bribes and his spokesman has called the claims false and defamatory joining us now by Skype from Mexico City is Carlos pooch who's a host of a program on millennia TV and columnists for millennia Diario Carlos go to speak with you. Again. How you doing good to speak to you? And what's the reaction there today after this dramatic moment in the courtroom yesterday? I mean do yesterday on on the web on social media Douglas big today, the papers are taken another Luke at it. I mean, I honestly front deal. That's why he's there the why he's Weeden there. So let me put it this way. If this were to God, oh top was coming. It's not a very good businessman because keep game hundred million dollars in in February twenty twelve how is it that he had to leave for two years running away? And then in two thousand fourteen was Scott. So what hundred million dollars? For two years when at the west president. So e this may not be true. When we'll see what what other evidence comes forward about it. But would it surprise you that bribery would reach the highest levels of government in Mexico? It would surprise me that Aviles made by president had taught I know chapel for something like that. I mean, no, president of Mexico could have done that in two thousand twelve for two thousand eleven two thousand ten because Tupper was the Beatles figure in the in the drug wars. So that maybe in a Netflix series, maybe in a movie with no, it sounds nice. No. But even top I mean tap on interview with some panic. He didn't say it in Rolling Stone. Some years ago Capela has been making the statement some from jail ill. Temple is not a quiet meant have never said that I understand that will top always into lease is in the witness least in New York. The the ledger said away we put them there. We don't know if he's going to testify. Let's hear from them. Do you think that this trial in the end is going to have a big impact on the drug cartels in Mexico in their power? I don't think the trial. I think the the fact that will chapel he's out of the beaker half adult ready. A big impact. I think the capturing chapel and the porting on shop. I mean, what are, you know, chapel in the US where she cannot run the business because what happens in Mexico is that Jason Mexico not that secured you can drive up with officials. And actually, we know that will topple depends. He wasn't gale. He was still running the business from Yale through his lawyer through basic there was that sentiment center that change when atop got to the US because even a lot of power to another organization goal. How do you can see on and on? Having a field day throw top left because the organization that will topple us to to run is right now in trouble. There's Rupp that. So what we've seen right now. It's kind of a I re composition rebuilding of the drug traffic than in Mexico, which is causing a lot of violence because that's the way they wrenched me. So I think the impact was when Tapuah putting in a US prison, and that was actually decision made by that guy that now we're told the gut hundred medium bribe from chapel so nothing sound exactly. Right. That is TV host columnists colors push in Mexico City. Carlos. Thanks as always, thank you. Thank you. In some parts of the country. It's cold. So how about a hot soup a hut? Savory soup. Resident chef Kathy guns knows a thing or two about them. Look, she wrote a whole book on them and she joins us in the studio. Hi, Cathy, alot, so soups are just so perfect in the winter kind of the ultimate winter comfort food if I'm exhausted or even slightly under the weather, Orem feeling fabulous. It is what I want to eat this time of year. I want a hot bowl of soup, and I wanted to be the main attraction of my dinner. Yeah..

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"capela" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"capela" Discussed on Here & Now

"We'll echoing across Mexico today. A bombshell revelation in the New York trial of drug kingpin, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman. A witness who describes himself as chop right hand man claimed in court yesterday that the former president of Mexico and recap Pineyro accepted a one hundred million dollar bribe from the drug Lord, he's previously denied. Bribes and his spokesman has called the claims false and defamatory joining us now by Skype from Mexico City is Carlos pooch who's a host of a program on millennia TV and columnists for millennia Diario Carlos go to speak with you. Again. How you doing good to speak to you? And what's the reaction there today after this dramatic moment in the courtroom yesterday? I mean do yesterday on on the web on social media Douglas big today, the papers are taken another Luke at it. I mean, I honestly front deal. That's why he's there the why he's Weeden there. So let me put it this way. If this were to God, oh top was coming. It's not a very good businessman because keep game hundred million dollars in in February twenty twelve how is it that he had to leave for two years running away? And then in two thousand fourteen was Scott. So what hundred million dollars? For two years when at the west president. So e this may not be true. When we'll see what what other evidence comes forward about it. But would it surprise you that bribery would reach the highest levels of government in Mexico? It would surprise me that Aviles made by president had taught I know chapel for something like that. I mean, no, president of Mexico could have done that in two thousand twelve for two thousand eleven two thousand ten because Tupper was the Beatles figure in the in the drug wars. So that maybe in a Netflix series, maybe in a movie with no, it sounds nice. No. But even top I mean tap on interview with some panic. He didn't say it in Rolling Stone. Some years ago Capela has been making the statement some from jail ill. Temple is not a quiet meant have never said that I understand that will top always into lease is in the witness least in New York. The the ledger said away we put them there. We don't know if he's going to testify. Let's hear from them. Do you think that this trial in the end is going to have a big impact on the drug cartels in Mexico in their power? I don't think the trial. I think the the fact that will chapel he's out of the beaker half adult ready. A big impact. I think the capturing chapel and the porting on shop. I mean, what are, you know, chapel in the US where she cannot run the business because what happens in Mexico is that Jason Mexico not that secured you can drive up with officials. And actually, we know that will topple depends. He wasn't gale. He was still running the business from Yale through his lawyer through basic there was that sentiment center that change when atop got to the US because even a lot of power to another organization goal. How do you can see on and on? Having a field day throw top left because the organization that will topple us to to run is right now in trouble. There's Rupp that. So what we've seen right now. It's kind of a I re composition rebuilding of the drug traffic than in Mexico, which is causing a lot of violence because that's the way they wrenched me. So I think the impact was when Tapuah putting in a US prison, and that was actually decision made by that guy that now we're told the gut hundred medium bribe from chapel so nothing sound exactly. Right. That is TV host columnists colors push in Mexico City. Carlos. Thanks as always, thank you. Thank you. In some parts of the country. It's cold. So how about a hot soup a hut? Savory soup. Resident chef Kathy guns knows a thing or two about them. Look, she wrote a whole book on them and she joins us in the studio. Hi, Cathy, alot, so soups are just so perfect in the winter kind of the ultimate winter comfort food if I'm exhausted or even slightly under the weather, Orem feeling fabulous. It is what I want to eat this time of year. I want a hot bowl of soup, and I wanted to be the main attraction of my dinner. Yeah..

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Houston Rockets extend Clint Capela

Mark Levin

03:34 min | 3 years ago

Houston Rockets extend Clint Capela

"Through the weekend, with upper nineties in. The forecast through Sunday and Monday I think we'll see a little bit of a change to the weather pattern. For early August next week with thunderstorms taken over for. Much. Of Texas. By Tuesday and Wednesday we could be included, in that mid seventies for the overnight tonight partly cloudy. Hot and ninety seven degrees on Saturday upper nineties on Sunday I'm Scott Lawrimore at. The Weather Channel eighty eight now under mostly clear skies at the KTAR h top tax, defenders twenty four hour weather center KTAR h news time nine. Oh one our top story President Trump join KTAR ages Sean Hannity this afternoon to discuss several topics among, them the upcoming midterm elections in which the president predicts Republicans will do better than expected I will be campaigning, for all of these great people that do have a difficult brace and we think we're going, to bring them over the line so I really, believe that because we're doing, so well as a country and. So well with, the economy I. Think we're going to be A surprising a lot of people president vowing to. Hit the campaign trail as much as six to seven. Days. A week. In the weeks leading up to election day, a judge today ordered the Houston livestock show rodeo to. Follow a separate lawsuit against former television reporter Wayne pheno over a public records request. He made on behalf of an alleged rape victim stems from countersuit the rodeo filed against, twenty four year old Briana Williams who claims she was assaulted. Along a trail ride back in two thousand twelve ultra Fino's now seeking records in the, rodeos finances past, sexual harassment allegations and security issues One single report of a crime ever happening at the rodeo in the last few years that's not possible he spoke with RTD, partner channel to the rape trial involving this Williams set to, begin September third a sixty three year, old construction worker died every was run over my forklift in the heights today happened. On Lawrence near twenty-third and shepherd police say the victim was helping guide another construction. Worker who was operating the forklift. Somehow the driver lost sight of the victim who ended up track between the front and rear tyres the operator of the forklift was questioned and released gun control advocates dismayed by a recent federal ruling that allows a Texas nonprofit to resume posting blueprints for three d. printed guns online State Department. Reversed its earlier position that Cody Wilson is Austin-based defense distributed had to stop posting the blueprints online which he first started doing back in two thousand thirteen coalition of gun control groups this week filed an appeal. In federal court to block that decision claiming the guns, while lewd metal detector Actors and background checks and have no serial numbers Nick ranking bitch NewsRadio. Seven, forty KTAR each KTAR h. news. Time nine oh three the rockets of science center Clint Capella to a five year contract extension worth a reported ninety million dollars twentyfold Capello was. The runner up for the NBA most improved player last season, after, averaging career of nearly fourteen points eleven rebounds in two blocks per game ESPN NBA insider Adrian ward Morales ski says it's the, same contract the rockets offered cappella weeks ago the marketplace was, really devoid of salary cap space for, a team to give Capella offer sheet he would have needed to take back to. Houston and having them match rockets are also still considered the front runners to sign. Veteran star Carmelo Anthony One noticeable absence from Texans training camp this week linebacker avian clown who so far. Hasn't taken part and he drills clowney underwent knee surgery in the off. Season and. Head coach Bill O'Brien says they're being cautious I'm not concerned about him though I think we're just you know he didn't because of his rehab and all that wasn't able to be not as so we're just trying to. Be intelligent about the way we bring. Him back home. Brian says..

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James Harden and Clint Capela power Houston Rockets in Game 1 win

SportsCenter AllNight

02:01 min | 4 years ago

James Harden and Clint Capela power Houston Rockets in Game 1 win

"The regular season the houston rockets regular season certainly successful for the duo of chris paul and james harden sixty five wins franchise record for the rockets that i ever one seed houston heading into the postseason looking for its first title since winning back to back championships in nineteen ninety four and ninety five begin the postseason with a series against the timberwolves and guess who shows up fast wiser feet closing seconds for park by drives tries to the rack thanks shows the toyota center crowd now that is one an mvp does party the front court wait deep pepsico by shoot for three what a play by four and again patients suckered into p as if he was going to drive right by step back and tickled with another three is six and in the end it's a three point win for houston over the timber wolves one oh four one zero one james harden to forty four point game eight assists forty four point second most by a rocket player in a playoff opener akeem olajuwon at forty five in ninety five against the jazz this one of forty four point game for james harden who scored or assisted on fifteen of the rockets last seventeen points of the game including all six of their made field goals of the final six and a half minutes rockets take the series opener by three here's our stephen smith is unstoppable you could just see chris paul just cringe and his faith because he was just marveling at what he was with james capacity crowd inside the toyota center he put on it after loot show which is typical for mvp candidate and a defeat league mvp with fear it's smart that may will get that award he was absolutely unstoppable tonight had health proclaimed capella but in the same breath he did it without the services of trevor rees zukin bosch shot without services.

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