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Mavericks vs. Nets: Dallas snaps the Nets’ 8-game winning streak
"About it. Dallas Mavericks, taking on a Brooklyn team JB Without Kevin Durant, we found out earlier Saturday, Kyrie Irving was out. James Harden had an incredible first half, but with only hard on the floor of the big Three was a game the Mavericks had to take. And they did today. Impressively in the second half. Yeah, it took him a while of the first half was No defense at all. And they took over in that third quarter holding Brooklyn 18 points. James Harden only gets four points the whole second half. And that was very impressive from Dallas, bouncing back from an ugly performance in Philadelphia on Thursday night where they turned it over 22 Times. Boy. Did they take advantage of the Brooklyn turnovers tonight? How about 32 points off of the 19 turnovers for Brooklyn. Good sign here for Dallas is they played much better basketball over the last few weeks, coinciding with eight practices they had last week. To get ready and play much better basketball than they did the first. Half of the season. Look at Don church goes with 27 points, six rebounds, seven assists. Kristaps Porzingis returned to the lineup. 26 minutes 10 of his 18 points came came in the critical third quarter. It wasn't vintage poor singles. But you saw some flashes. There is he tries to get back into form. Yeah, I think if you're Rick Carlisle, you're pretty happy with the way looked missed about a week with the sore back. Shot the ball extremely well. But again, he's got to really start taking advantage when he gets smaller guys on a Brooklyn even started Bruce Brown on him tonight. Hey, didn't take full advantage. He most of his points were outside the pain. I'd like to see him get a little more strength in this lower half and make people pay for putting small guys on. I'm getting the paint. Forced double teams, and that's going to create even easier three point shots for his teammates, Mavericks back to 516 and 16. They've won seven of their last nine and they went in Brooklyn, ending the Nets
Dallas Mavericks snap 6-game skid, hold off Atlanta Hawks
"Needed win. Um Guys did a great job fighting back from a deficit at half time. We played great team basketball Big one for Dallas Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle after they survive late in a close game against the Hawks in Atlanta. Good morning from our Mercedes Benz to playing a sport says Come, Steve Lamb. The six game losing streak is over. Thanks to the 12 punch of Luca, Don tits. Christoper, Zynga's local with 27 prisoners had 24 Dots had said It wasn't perfect, but they won and that's all that matters to him. They flew right back home, where there on the court tonight at the American Airlines Center. Against Golden State horse hosting the Warriors this evening and again on Saturday. Dallas getting ready to play seven straight at the double A. C.
New York Police Investigating Video Appearing To Show Officer With Knee On Man’s Neck During Queens Arrest
"Legal Aid Society of New York is now asking. Queens district attorney Melissa Cats to prosecute an NYPD officer after a new video posted online appears to show him kneeling on a black man's neck while arresting him in Queens last week. Carlisle Arnold was arrested in Jamaica after police say he was riding in a TV on the streets, which is not legal are hotels online news site The Gotham is that several officers threw into the ground first and then one of them at a neon his neck for over a minute. On the video. Several people watching this were yelling at the officer toe. Take us knee off of Arnold's neck. New York City's new anti chokehold law was put in place after George Floyd was killed last Memorial Day under a Minneapolis police officers. Me
Why Rick Carlisle Thinks Doncic Is a Superstar Talent.
"Is a good choice six seven, you know without shoes on he is, you know, phenomenally strong quick and fast, but he is Big Ang. You know people that were looking at film on him from Europe and trying to trying to try to judge his level of physical ability and stuff like that. We're we're looking at game where he's playing against the the international caliber athlete which is, you know, a notch or two or sometimes three below NBA athlete and so there were a lot of people that weren't convinced but he gets anywhere he wants to on the court and he just has the ability to make something out of nothing which is very very
Will Doncic's Practice Habits Make Him the Next Jordan?
"What are his practice Habits Like like what? What is he like when we do see him but you do. Is he the same way as he smiling and having fun yet, very professional and also able to kind of have that killer instinct in practice. I thought well, he's a competitor and his practice habits each year continue to get better and better. He's a young guy that likes to compete. So when we're doing stuff offers, you know, five-on-five competition or will have some kind of a a prize for a you know, winning a drill. I mean he reminds me a lot of Jason Kidd that way and if you come up with a dog To try to simulate something, you know kid and and digest or guys that will figure out the best possible way to manipulate the drill to you know, like practicing one day where yeah, you had to make at least five passes for you got shots. So his adjustment to it was to throw it back and forth to the fight to the to the center four times in the back one and then that you know, she can play you know, and so but but this is this is what great players and some of the real, you know, survive fingers that we've seen in the history of this game. You're talking about guys like bird like Magic Johnson Jordan, you know was it was very very similar LeBron James. I'm sure Kobe Bryant was was a lot like just too but as as as time moves along, you know, the the level of growth is really there and in all areas from Skillet. I meant to to leadership on the floor in games and
A Detailed Discussion With Kim Chestne ON How To Use Your Intuition y
"It's time to bring on our special guest today. Kim jesse so. Kim is the author of radical infusion of globally recognized in innovation leader and founder of intuition lab. Her work has been featured are supported by leading edge organizations such as out by southwest carnegie mellon university comcast and hewlett packard while working as a leader in the tech sector. Kim recognize that tremendous role that intuition plays in business and cultural progress and set out on a quest to learn everything there is to know about it and as of nearly two decades worth of research and practice she has developed a powerful system that anyone can tap into to access the inner wisdom in ordinary with so really really exciting and kim. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me excited to talk to you tonight. Yeah me too. It's supposed to be in our species night especially in india because it is valley the festival of lights and there's actually a transformation going on in india as well. This started many decades back because as you know india and the valleys associated with firecrackers people becoming more and more conscious as they let go off that external firecrackers and realized the light that is within them the lamp within the essence within. I think that's got me to do our own in to it absolutely. Is that inner light that intellect growing so strong. It's such a beautiful metaphor and it's a beautiful day for us to be having this conversation because it really all does tie together absolutely so. Let's start from the beginning. Where were you born and warm. Was your childhood lane. Well i was born in a little town called carlisle pennsylvania small town girl and You know i think i had. I had sort of your colonial white picket fence upbringing in one thousand nine hundred eighty s america which was really fun and if you remember the eighties and so it was really fun. Time to grow up. And i think that's it's those times it really started to develop my interest in intuition and i had a lot of intuitive experiences growing up so It all kind of stemmed from those childhood years amazing and work sort of influence. Did your family have on your intuitive or spiritual development. Yeah you know. That's a really good question because a lot of people we have this talk about intuition and when it happens to you intuition can be something that people can either accept or not accept right so when you're talking about kids and it's so important with kids because kids have such great in and they haven't really had it beaten out of the yet. It's one of these things still alive and still so connected with intuitive. Things starts to happen with children. Appearance can either encourage that or they can create fear. Be like oh my gosh. This is something to be afraid of or this is crazy. You know so it's You know working with intuition in my childhood it was challenging for me. Because i think coming from a really sort of traditional christian background. There's not a lot of room for intuition. Especially it was more of the protestant. I think in the catholic traditions. There's more of a place for the holy spirit in a lot of mistakes but in my experiences growing up in my little world there was not a place for intuition and so it was something i really had to come to terms with on my own and really facing a lot of fears and a lot of sort of judgment from the people around me and now they get it like my mom's very intuitive she inherited from her. I think it is something that we have a genetic propensity to. But i think there's just not that level of acceptance which in the east which i think is so wonderful about you know eastern cultures. Intuition is so much more integrated in daily life and acceptance right. Yeah that's that's very true. And i think like we were discussing before the india was india also is going to its own journey of realizing how abundant and whilst our own heritage is and going back to our roots realizing that wisdom about intuition and the mind and the soul and yes we're going through our journey as a country has But you know what what comes to. My mind is As i learned more about how children behave like a child always looking at his mom or her mom or her danna his dad for approval right. They're always looking at the so. It's not so much of words but it's also about how the bench reacts to. A certain situation are something that is happening on the word. Maybe that micro reaction that can make a huge difference right in terms of how the child approaches word even as an adult absolutely absolutely in those little foundational moments. They and this is talk a lot about conditioning. If you read my booker you hear me talk today. I'm probably going to use that word. A lot Because intuition is something that is really a counterbalance to this conditioning. That we all get and we get it from those very first moments with our family and with the people that we grow with you know. We're conditioned to think things. Like oh intuitions not real. Or we're conditioned thank like our imagination in our creativity isn't as important as our intellectual side so so part of really balancing these sides of our brains and really coming into our true being is stepping away from that conditioning in releasing it
"carlisle" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"With warner telling him that he might wanna coach one day and if he did he would need to know about track and field to do a good job at it. We have really focused on football so far. But by this point carlisle's athletic reputation involved multiple sports including track and field and that reputation had also drawn some criticism including allegations that carlyle was fielding players. Were not actually students. And while it was true that some of carlisle's players were older than the typical college player and that some of them barely attended classes. The school maintained that all of its players were legal. It did however implement a four year limit to how long players could remain on a varsity team. In an effort to deflect criticism albert einstein who was about to age out of the varsity track team was assigned to thorpe kind of as a mentor at the time. Exxon dying held most of the schools medals in track and field and a meet at the end of his first season. Thorpe broke all of those records. When the varsity football season started in the fall thorpe insisted that he be allowed to play but warner objected that he didn't wanna put his track star at risk as a compromise. Werner tried to put on the football team as a kicker and thorpe would not accept that as being good enough finally exasperated with thorpe's insistence warner. Basically made him the target for tackling practice but as his teammates tried to tackle him he just kept dodging them in flipping them over and then outrunning. Everyone who is left standing. The descriptions of this for multiple people are really like pop. Warner was like fine. You want to be on the football team. You're going to be the target for this practice. And they did not work out. The way learner was expecting so pop warner finally relented and allowed thorpe onto the varsity football team. Although he was inexperienced enough as a football player that he spent most of that first season on the bench he was a backup player to albert pain. I think one of the biographies i read. It said that his first varsity football practice was the first time he had worked with an actual football rather than the one that had been together from leather scraps and stuffed with rags carlisle finished that season. Though with ten wins and one loss and thorpe started a book of press clippings about his games. Thorpe return to both track and field and football carlisle in nineteen. Oh eight and he started to get a lot more time on the field in football games one reason was that a lot of carlisle players had reached their four year limit and had aged out. But also thorpe was just flat out. Amazing for example in carlisle's game against conway hall thorpe scored five touchdowns and threw a thirty yard. Pass that led to another score during the first half of the game warner finally pulled him out of the game because he felt like they were just humiliating. The other team the final score there was fifty three to zero at this point. Thorpe temporarily took a break from carlisle. So that's a good point to also take a pause this episode. We will pick it up next time. Do you have a little bit of listener. Mail for us visor new. This listener mail is is from. Jean and jean. The most wonderful picture gene wrote in after our episode where i interviewed dr catherine sharp landeck about jackie. Cochran engine says hi helen..
"carlisle" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Talk a little bit about the history of sports especially football at carlisle indian industrial school. School established a collegiate football program in eighteen ninety four. And then i long. After that lieutenant colonel pratt briefly banned the sport after player broke his leg during a game when students together to try to get football reinstated. Pratt finally agreed under two conditions. The first condition was that they had to play fair. There would be no fighting. No slugging other players even if the white teams were doing it because their behavior the carlisle teams behavior was going to be seen as a reflection on all indigenous people. The second condition was that in the course of two three or four years you will develop your strength and ability to such a degree that you will whip the biggest football team in the country to that end. Carlisle hired glenn warner as coach in eighteen. Ninety nine warner had been nicknamed pop while serving as team captain at cornell because at the age of twenty five he was the team's oldest member he had coached college teams before starting at carlisle and with the exception of a brief break between nineteen o. Four nineteen six. He worked as the football coach at carlisle until nineteen fourteen. There are all kinds of ballgames that play really important roles in indigenous cultures all over north america but when pop warner at carlisle most of his players really did not know much about gridiron football specifically a lot of them had also been living through years of deprivation warner told pratt that most of his perspective players should really be trying out for beds in a hospital rather than spots on a football team warner was genuinely afraid that there was no way that he could shape them into a team that was justify his twelve hundred dollar a year salary. American football itself was a fairly new sport at this point. Having grown out of rugby and soccer the intercollegiate association was established in eighteen. Seventy seven and was the first intercollegiate athletic conference until eighteen..
"carlisle" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Hello and welcome to the podcast. I'm tracy wilson and i'm holly fry today. We are going to talk about jim. Thorpe just an incredible all around athlete during his lifetime. He was famous around the world and topped a lot of lists of the best athletes of the twentieth century. Or even the best athlete of all time at the same time though news stories and early biographies and in some cases stuff that still floats around today managed to simultaneously praised his accomplishments and also minimize them through racist stereotypes and other falsehoods four-point made it amazing name for himself in track and field and football at carlisle indian industrial school and then he became internationally famous in the nineteen twelve olympic games. And we are going to tell his story in three parts which is not the number. It normally comes in that sentence. I am not. I don't think we've ever done a three parter before we've done four. We've well yeah. We did that. Four part miniseries on on china rate chairman mouse. And we do too. i'm occasion. We need to periodically time. We got three right to yes today. I was going to give people the peek behind the curtain. Which is that. We do that because we have two new episodes a week. And if you break into three it gets into scheduling just like carefulness. You have to do. I also really felt like with this one. Once i got to the point that i had turned my notes into actual sentences. I looked at it and kind of went if i try to get this down into two. We're going to have to cut out some stuff. That's really important. And i didn't want to do that so this time. We're going to talk about jim. Thorpe's life before and during his time at carlisle including some context about carlisle and other similar boarding schools. Then next time we will talk about his incredible performance at the nineteen twelve summer olympic games and in part three. We will talk about his career..
Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. to Acquire ArcelorMittal USA
"A a major major shake shake up up in in the the steel steel industry industry in in northwest northwest Indiana. Indiana. Steelmaker Steelmaker ArcelorMittal ArcelorMittal has has been been sold. sold. It It operates operates facilities facilities in in East East Chicago Burns Harbor, Gary knew Carlisle in Riverdale, Illinois. The new owner is steelmaker Cleveland Cliffs ArcelorMittal employees about 10,000 people in the region. The acquisition is expected to make Cleveland Cliffs, the largest flat rolled steel maker in North America. The deal includes all of ArcelorMittal's U. S S operations. operations. It's It's estimated estimated at at nearly nearly $1.5 $1.5 billion. billion. It's It's expected expected to to finalized finalized by by the the end end of of the the year. year.
TikTok reaches deal that would give Oracle oversight of U.S. operations
"And Tick Tock recently made headlines Everywhere when Resin Donald Trump signed an executive order. That would essentially ban the Chinese owned APP in the US for national security reasons. Unless it sells its operations here to an American company. And of course, if that were to happen. We would have nowhere to go to see a million potatoes singing. To Adele. And that would be a national tragedy. This week deal actually emerged between TIKTOK and American company Oracle but some people like Zachary say trump's tiktok policy effectively changes. Nothing. The argument goes like this. It will do little to protect Americans data from the Chinese government because there are still plenty of other ways China could get that data that this move is just a new kind of security theater basically. The hard work of data security according to this actually lies elsewhere. So, Zachary TIKTOK has been banned in Indiana a few other countries, but it's still pretty popular for now it's the most popular video sharing app i. can see why it seems like fun and there are mental creative. They're short I mean the whole nature of the medium has their time limited. What happened with Tiktok this week what happened this week? Should be clear but isn't. Basically, in August, the trump administration ordered via executive order whose legality remains highly questionable that the Chinese owner of Tiktok, a company called Bite Dance. Divest itself of Owning Tiktok within ninety days or face the prospect that tiktok would be shut down in the United States. I broke the deal I said you can't do business in the United States, which is at least potentially within the power of the US federal government based on national security concerns based on national security and the logistics are complicated that you probably could order apple and other people and servers that are hosting tiktok. that. They couldn't do it and it would defacto make it impossible for Tiktok to function. So that is what began a process where the owner of Tiktok, again, a Chinese company sought an alternative way to their cell, the US portion of Tiktok or what ended up happening major deals Rocking Wall Street this morning pushing futures higher. We find an American technology partner Oracle beat Microsoft and become the technology partner for TIC TACS US operations although will not. receive its coveted algorithm so that all took talks data would be kept in the United States on servers owned by an American company and not by Chinese company because the whole point of this was that all these people using Tiktok, these tens of millions, hundreds of millions that data was potentially vulnerable to being used and therefore misused by the Chinese government. How so So the fear was because technology companies in China by Chinese law are required if. By the Chinese government to turn over data relevant data that the Chinese government could tell the parent company of Tiktok, hand us all of your user data which user data of again tens of millions of Americans. and. Then China would have that data. So that was the concern right and and that's a legitimate fact the Chinese government could order that. The problem is, of course, one via our court system, an American court can order or prosecutor can subpoena data. From our companies. So it's not like what you and I do on Google or what we do on any technology provider is somehow. Unavailable. To government if government decides that it's in its interest to get it not to mention the the various many non-government actors, the vacuum, the stuff up and use it for their own purposes that is even more important I think probably more relevant to the China issue which is. Does it matter whether the data is in this case, potentially house by Oracle massive US hardware and software company versus being housed by servers in China. In terms of the ability of the Chinese government to obtain that data, it wanted to obtain it because not just third parties that hoover up data and use it in the whole buying selling and the data market, but just spying tools. Whether it's the NSA in the National Security Agency in the United States or various Israeli cybersecurity and or cyber spying companies or the Chinese government. Most of this data isn't that secure. Not. Like. Triple encrypted quantum encrypted defense department level communications. So likely true that if the Chinese government really wanted my teens Tiktok data, it doesn't really matter whether that data's House on servers in China owned by Chinese company or whether it was housed on American servers on buying American company. So I guess, then how do we get to this point? How did you know given what you just said why has this become such a big issue? How did it start? Yeah it's a good question I I'm not sure. There's a precise answer. It's part of a whole continuum of the trump administration in particular identifying China as a proximate threat to the United States and a whole series of ways competitively in terms of trade practices hence the hundreds of billions of dollars of Chinese imported goods that have been subject to American tariffs. It's part of a multi year campaign against this massive Chinese telecom equipment company called Wa wa, which has been a leader in next generation five G. Telecom equipment in a way that again, some of the same concerns have existed which is. That the Chinese government would would use the production of that equipment as a way to spy on who met from purchase adequate. And Look a few years ago. There was a a forced sale of gay dating APP Grindr, which was also owned by a Chinese company, and so there was an earlier precedent of forcing a Chinese company to sell an American APP Social App. Because, of data concerns and finally, there's the fact that for years long predating the trump administration. China has not allowed American social media companies like facebook. To function in China. So there's the tit for tat. You know you don't let our social media functioning companies function there. Why should we let yours function here? There's Several year campaign against China which the trump administration's pursued but I think has a good deal of democratic support I. Mean if it's close to a bipartisan sentiment that China, China's a threat as anything we have right now. Why Tiktok? Suddenly became a thing I may partly have to do with the fact that it suddenly became a very big deal in the United States. I mean, this was not a company that had any footprint several years ago and suddenly as. The APP does your so it may have had to do with something that got really big and is very noticeable. Salsa not that economically important. So a lot of people would be royally pissed off Tiktok were banned. It's not like tiktok is. An integral component. To the US economy either during covid or without covid. So it's an easier target. We'll be right back. Everyone wants to become a better leader this groundbreaking new book how to lead shows you how David M Rubenstein is one of the visionary founders of the Carlisle Group and host of the David Rubenstein Show where he speaks to leaders from every walk of life about who they are, how they define success and what it means to lead. 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Is it because there's concern about people who worked at the Defense Department or the military whoever having to talk in in use in their households or people in the Defense Department are not allowed to use tiktok certainly not on their phones. For before this although they may have teenagers who That's vulnerability as well. So it wasn't primarily about like US government employees who might have sensitive data that tiktok would be the back door way that the Chinese government would spy on them but it was generalized sense of any foreign government that is using private American citizen data potentially for nefarious purposes represents a national security threat. Now, it clearly has not represented the kind of national security threat in the estimation of the White House right now when it's Russian. Manipulation of social media accounts the same principle should or would apply right. If you'RE GONNA ban, Tiktok you'd probably want to take action against the a variety of Russian media enterprises that are attempting to manipulate and hoover up American user data. Some of that data's you mentioned earlier in terms of third party is available to anybody for a price just because there's a marketplace for data. Which I think either most of us aren't aware of or frankly most probably don't care if politicos data on this podcast gets sold to fourteen vendors so that it can sell you and me products based on our other computer activity most people. Either like that, or don't care about that. But the national security concern is simply because it's a foreign government that could potentially. Use, our search history or browsing history nefarious. And again a, that might be true but be it's likely that all this kind of data is obtainable irrespective of whether or not a company called TIKTOK. Happens to have access to a lot of it. It's really interesting. So into this whole story comes oracle, you know huge hardware software firm but how did they get involved here? Yes. Oracle is is a multibillion dollar firm that has had the same public profile as Microsoft or Amazon or facebook or apple because most of its business is to other large companies, you know you and I don't tend to go out and buy Oracle piece of hardware because we don't need a hundred and fifty thousand dollars server or. Network system for our employees. They're largely corporate provider throw a huge provider to the Defense Department in terms of cheer equipment and material, and they're huge software company. They're one of the early Silicon Valley success stories and the billionaire founder Larry Ellison has been probably more conservative than not I don't know that I buy into the whole. This is a reward versus. A snub to the other potential main acquirer or partner for Tiktok, which was rumored to be Microsoft but this is an unusual. This doesn't usually fit oracle's business model. Well, that's that's interesting. So what is their interest in getting involved here perceived to be I'm not one hundred percent clear about that I mean look at could allow them to. Have a little bit more of a consumer facing brand. Again, I mean Oracle's. Primarily a software company primarily a database company. Maybe this could help them increase their databases. There's no way that this is a natural fit for goal. But at the same time north this a huge cost for Oracle, maybe it'll produce some American jobs. I mean. They're looking for growth just like everybody's looking for growth, and once you get to be the size of Oracle. Growth gets harder some of they're also looking for a DIFFERENT INDUSTRY TO BE President Chore? So. What exactly did they given? What did they get here that as of this conversation is not one hundred percent clear off so it was presented as or go by tiktok. That is not the case or at least it's not the case now and as possible. The deal will be scuttled or change given that all of this has to be approved by the government has to be approved by committee. Called Syfy S, which is the committee in charge of looking at global deals in terms of US national security, but it would seem that right now. The parent company of Tiktok saw own TIKTOK and get some of the economic benefits of TIKTOK. This Chinese company called by dance and that Oracle in turn will get a massive licensing deal to house Tiktok data and information on its own. Servers and using its own software. So the concern that the Chinese government would have access to that data would be allayed meeting under this agreement arrangement because the data would be managed by and it's housing would be arranged by a US company. The Chinese government could order by dance to turn over but by dance itself wouldn't actually have access to that data. It's interesting I mean based on what you said before it's they're they're they're moving this data from place a, it's not going to be in a different place and I guess the Chinese government will no longer have a key to the door. But as you said before there's many different ways that either the Chinese government or a lot of other. State or private actors can get hold on more or less any data they want to these days right? which kind of raises the question for point of all, this is ENA. It's certainly true. It would make it a little more challenging to get that data under that kind of arrangement. It seems like this a big fight over a big company. That's not actually really about. The literal subject of the conflict here. Yeah. It is totally fair to say that whatever the imbroglio about tiktok has very little to do with tiktok. And everything to do with US policy toward China. And the trump administration looking for some High profile optic to be able to say we're we're being tough on China and protecting American citizens. Again, the oddity of Tiktok is given that so many of its users or young adults. Who Don't vote although who would be? Extremely, Acetate it. If they woke up tomorrow and there's no TIKTOK meeting, it's probably not. The most popular move if what you're trying to do is gain support during a presidential election. So it's not entirely clear what constituency the served there wasn't like a huge congressional clamor for Oh my God. We're all big imperilled by these fifteen second videos. So where do you think things go from here in terms of into in terms of the real story behind all this in terms of the U., S., China relationship and the increasing in. them of that. So I think to some degree regardless of who wins the presidential election. there. Is a train that's left the proverbial station of increasing. Distrust and animosity between the United States and China. But within the context of an incredible amount of economic interdependence that you cannot just snap your fingers and several or at least not without massive massive harm to each part of that equation both the United States and China, and that's that's pretty unprecedented. Right? Right. That's like the Cold War analogy doesn't work because there was no economic relationship between the United States and the Soviet Union nineteen. Fifty S
"carlisle" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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California Latino, Black residents hit even harder by coronavirus as white people see less danger
"I county data indicates covert nineteen is hitting people of color and those living in low income communities the hardest but some simple steps could help improve outcomes a new report on corona virus testing at the Charles drew university site in south LA finds onsite registration and walk up testing campus participation when you're trying to get people in and under resource low income communities to be involved in testing we discovered that many of them don't have access to good access to the internet so it's hard for them to schedule appointments online anytime don't have access to vehicles stand out so therefore it's hard to do to try to testing three people testing positive at the site was nine point four percent higher than the county's overall positivity rate of eight percent Dr David Carlisle the university's president and C. E. O. says that's partly due to the nature of life in under resourced communities a lot of people take public transit live in crowded conditions and work and essential jobs that don't allow them to stay at home close to a third of people who tested positive number contacted said they had no primary care physician they need to rely on other mechanisms to obtain health care needs in this example code nineteen testing the report also revealed some misconceptions such as you have to pay for a test maybe keeping people from getting tested for covert
Crypto Market Run!
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Gilbert Burns routs Woodley in UFC's return to Las Vegas
"The UFC has returned home to Las Vegas that's after posting a thirty two fights over several cards in an empty Jacksonville Florida Reno in the last few weeks thanks relevant expected to happening or right now a welterweight matchup between former champ Tyrone Woodley who is nineteen oh four and one overall against Gilbert burns Gilbert burns as one of five fights in a row a pretty exciting card already this evening seems like so far the match of the night featured bill the quarantine neo and spike Carlisle management than the old one at the end by
"carlisle" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"An extra thirty seconds which people have already definitely stopped with. Mingka's the meat of the show's over I'm GonNa Tell Nikki called her. Yeah that's the worst possible thing. Your call ruiter show is over is. I wanted to tell everyone when nicknames off now Urea show is now They gave me the show. I haven't told me yet. I am up with Andrew And then I have. My podcast called puddle with the column and it is on Patriot. I do daily ones as well and Yeah I my next guest is Thompson girl and I had Naper Gad. Theon recently Meyers Leonard. He's an NBA player. I don't know a lot of fun and Doug I'd love to not Carlyle. Well I only do things. Carlisle does so when you work it out with her and I will I'll be happy to do it. Anki and thank you for being here are being wherever you are. Could you each send me a picture of your like You know environment where you're participating so I can use that in the promotional materials broadcast bunker. Yeah Yeah Yeah just I want I especially want Andrew Pitcher view in that That Pat with addiction. It no doubt it. Yeah so So you can you can slide that into my. Dm's if you don't mind then maybe someday you'll get my actual phone number and That's it for now. We'll be back again. We're doing two shows a week every single week as the hormone always the hang on you guys as always the horror horror now. It's time.
"carlisle" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Movies coming you once again from our final days. It's Sunday may seventeen twenty twenty. My guest today are the host frequent guests of you up but Nikki. Glaser Sirius. Xm Andrew Colleague Carlisle Four Sir N. Nikki glaser thanks. I mean if we were doing this somewhere lives. The crowd would be going nuts right now. I feel it but it gets in a post your three of you together. What what a force it really is. This is like It's a good reunion in fact I don't know if you know but my show doesn't exist anymore but So that's a shame but we did have a good run for two two over two years. We no longer have to find out next thing. You know you're going to tell me Fred Willard died. He didn't he didn't okay. Yeah yeah that's true better news. When did this happen? Must've this week. It was last. Week was the last Last week we had off. It was like two Thursdays ago but my contract was up and it just didn't seem like something either of us wanted to continue doing at the in the way we were doing it and so we we split ways and I might go back to them. At some point they might come back to me But for now the show is over sorry had to find out this way. Doug really really sad about it but also because I would never I was never in a car so it wasn't you know driving around in the mornings at all anymore so I don't you missed. It didn't have the rental. You weren't doing your road gigs. So it slipped by you. Serious as awesome. I loved having a show that I love doing a show every day but and I want to do it again like that. But it's just all things must end. It's such a bummer. Do you ever feel that way? When you're like stuff ends for you. Doug like our I kind of have been announced it I did. That's why you didn't know. I haven't been like too Melodramatic like sad about it. Because I think I'm just too sad and I can't let the sadness and so it's just like onto the next and it's so you get a lot less you're just GonNa get so many Nice people that are supportive of you telling you how come they are about it. Not being a show. And how can we thin? And it's not what needs to happen. What he's APP is just everybody. Continue to have be fans. Continue to follow what you're onto next. I didn't want that outpouring of like what happened. Why did they cancel you explaining but that's not what happened just I'm using? I'm just never going to work again. Be Another way to consume me. Just give me a little bit of time and everything will be okay but yeah it's it's an and whatever we did with that show like. I'm obviously always going to work with Carlisle. Andrew who you know the relationship we developed on air like going to facilitate so many other things so the show will keep existing in different ways but for now it's gone me in private. Which is yeah not quite the same when you know not. Hurting billion people are listening. It make you feel sadder inside when there's no listening or or is it a little better because one's now it makes me feel away fatter getting you know that that fleet while in that publicity calling me to get a coffee and just me and her alone just doesn't feel the same meet me. Just deeming him to bully him doesn't have this. It doesn't hit the same as when I have the know that people are listening so I those time I'll just screen shot it and share it on my instagram story. Just to let people know that the abuse continues to me. She couldn't do whatever Dick off. He'll do anything for a blue checkmark is a big. How your words Solo Spirit? Dick's amount going to tell you So that's Andrew Collins zooming in from the East Coast right young everywhere you at you in New York City showers in Brooklyn for three months in a discussing horrible apartment and then brother. Who's way more successful than me? Pick ME UP. Kinda got out of jail and brought me up to his Hamptons. A and so now. I'm in the Pool House because he doesn't let me in the main house near as children and I'm overlooking an amazing pool about two acres of land and Gwyneth Paltrow. I could see her Vagina. Candle from my my liking. Good Right now. All.
"carlisle" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"I'm there so that was formed in two thousand fourteen and we've treated over ten thousand animals since Santa mostly dogs and way are it's growing and it's doing really well. We have our team. As as made of women who we work with the organization that rehabilitates trafficked women or women that who suffered domestic abuse or or at risk of falling below the poverty. Line so we have a few women from The the women's Interlink Group that that does this and also men that are at risk of falling below the poverty line because of some kind of disability or Or just vulnerable mean by cast system which is yeah the caste system mixing. Yeah and it's alive and kicking and in India unfortunately so we have a team of eight on the ground and they've just you know it's you kind of have to go and knowing India you have to go with the flow because it's hard to make concrete plans anyway. Yeah exactly so mostly. Our organization does on site treatment for St Animals and now we're diversifying into northern Thailand where we have a shelter so we're working with Some of the stateless people who are part of the hill tribes are three hill. Tribes up there so and stateless. People can't get employment because they have no documentation so we have two girls from one of the tribes working and and so our mission is to go into areas in Southeast Asia that need education in schools and how to treat animals or not not to eat dogs Jag problem especially in time. Yeah so And it's you know we've been making a big impact so that's kind of my little baby when I'm not singing..
"carlisle" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Sitting on the top of chairs. So that like I now that Dave Bainian and maybe captain sensible where I can't remember the other two but like they all saw Gaby's funny then it's so funny. I have a good captain sensible stories. Well now this is since it's pretty fast forward to about ten years ago the go go's as before I got sober so it must have been about fifteen years ago so we got totally smashed paying a Japanese festival with downed and pizzas got on stage with her girlfriend and started simulating oral sex onstage. And probably all of these Japanese people standing there and then captain sensible came on and like an miniskirt Japanese audiences that are so like reserved. Certain watching this go on as it goes it was so good and I saw him actually a couple of years ago and I mean he's actually really cute. I know you know is to thank him in rats while I still think that scabies kind of horrifying but like I just not think captain sensible. Is that Cuba? We think your kid now here. She's definitely definitely handsome and charismatic but they they would have been my first choice. Yeah exactly but when when I interviewed Captain Sensible for lobotomy? Right after when the damned. We're playing this starwood. Defer first thing I said was how much acid do you take off like that? I didn't take acid. Do you take it. And he's like that's like every detail has drug. I mean we took it every weekend. Yeah okay wait let okay. So let's segue into an acid story all right When many one there are many okay. Well I'm at the two times that I remember US really. Taking a bunch of acid was one was going to Motley crue at the whisky when this was like right when they were just beginning to be. I mean it was before the famous but they were sort of. They had their posters plastered. Oliver town by themselves. They didn't I don't think they had a record. I remember me and you thought it was gonna be a dumb stupid heavy metal thing so we took a bunch of acid and at the starwood. No that was at the whisky and thought it was going to be empty in there and we just knew we could go in there for free and was it empty. Spot impact was 'cause I remember seeing the police for the first time. Remember that came into town whiskey or the start of the whiskey and there was nobody there. Yeah I know there was no one knowing there for a lot of things right exactly exactly but I okay. Well going to ascertain his second. I remember the first time knew that you guys were going to be really famous. Was we always used to set up in the balcony at the whisky because you could put your feet failing and that was like right next to backstage that was where are the quote. Poke exactly where the people that is so high that they didn't want to go up and down this a bar upstairs you stay but you guys had just come back from England and it was doing like I ll upstairs. Sale got like full until like fuck. They are going to be so famous like it was it was we're coming back from from the UK at the time it was before internet or like instant information so we would. I mean we would send postcards and letters back home and say oh well here in our no one ever really know the difference. They'd see occasionally the go go's in the cover of a melody maker or enemy or whatever but we could. You could say anything. Anybody would believe so but you know little anybody know that we were struggling. At that time we were had no money now. We were like playing opening Scott bands and that was during the whole National Front Movement. Like really scary skinheads. There's lots of violence at the show. The worst part was getting spit on every single night. Because they like you they would and be covered and God like every single night. It was disgusting. So but but we've rode right back home and say oh you know and then you know. We're we're doing really well. Everybody loved US Blah Blah Blah. So that kind of got around in at the time stiff records released as favourite to madness. We got the beat on that. I'm single stiff. Records hated US really. A lot of people hate us. 'cause obnoxious you know five of noxious young young girl exactly so they did it as a favor to madness because madness insisted so in that single was released it as import that is what kind of kicked everything off so they came back from the UK forty pounds heavier each of us remember pies and beer. Well we couldn't even afford that so we were drinking. Benlan the puff series high and like eating nutella out of jars and stuff so we didn't have any money for food or digging the leftovers out of the headlining bands the trash cans and eating out of trash cans. We had no money. We had like two pounds a day to get back and forth the rehearsal and then the rest was like cough syrup number snake bites that they used to sell at buyers in the UK. It was like Clap Syrup in in lager. Now that sounds like a media is turned me onto that why I didn't. I didn't know about that. But Margo probably did. She probably would have known about that. But when we came back it was just perception. People's perception was like at that time if he went to the UK into England. And then you must be core so so no matter what so when we came back it was like I remember playing at the Starwood and looking out going. Oh my God and sing like lines like wrapped around the block and thought this like crazy. Yeah I mean who would have guessed but still no one would sign us you know because of the women factor but then finally miles dead so yeah. The woman factor was still they? Yeah they wouldn't sign us and neighbor we love you. We can save. Everybody loves you. Student your popular. But there's been no track record of successful optimal ban runaways. The runaways were more of a cult thing even though I loved them. I mean even leader leader even when you had so much. Success like my. Dan couldn't get signed like I remember. I told told us that the that the scream signs were in novelty band but then they signed the Chili peppers. And as did that I said to the an okay so an all female bandits and novelty but young white boys wear socks on the Dixon played. Funk isn't exactly exactly well it was. It was a real problem and still to this day. I think it's really weird that there is a mule. Music has changed so much so it's not a lot of their authenticity. Isn't there anymore. But so if they're going to put have all female band it's put together by like Disney or like Simon cow or something or come from a TV the garage. It's not authentic but you know what made me cry like this was about a year or two ago and went into Guitar Center. I was near there on Guitar Center on Sunset Boulevard and batteries. And I just thought like you know. That's less sketchy them. The seven eleven they have have batteries and when we used to get stopped for this silence all the time like drumsticks or cords or something no matter what like music supply place. You went to the strings. Does your boyfriend. We'd like for me and they'd be like you know I got through the door and look I'm even just getting good sponsoring now. I looked and I saw every fucking person that was working. There was a woman there was an I I was then look see. I fucking started crying and I'm GonNa Right now in the doorway. I believe it was. It was just a whole every fucking clerk. North in there was a time. Yeah wow it's it was yeah it was definitely gender was definitely a problem inside you still. I mean when you look at music now so sexualize you know for for the most part in such in the exact. We've well the goes. We did it our way and we didn't want a degree didn't want to go that route ex- except except in tolerant system like roading and other exactly it. It works exactly. There were exceptions but for the most part. That wasn't what we were about. And really what you know the kind of La you guys and and the go go's and there's so many there's so much talent and that didn't have to resort to that. It was sort of an it was notting towards it but it wasn't really like blatant onstage. I could is now now. It was nothing like that. I mean not that not that we went kind of crazy. That's like the obvious way to go. And that's when and no one really went for the obvious back then. Never I remember when I'm when you were living in disgrace aunt and when people okay wait. Let's talk about the girl that girl that lived upstairs the teenager that lived up. So yeah. Yeah well when the when the Google us when we when we got the beat came out. I'll soon became a big. Yeah so we got the beat. It was over and over and fucking over again. This chick upsurges probably like fifteen or sixteen and she used to play diamond summers singles on repeat or whatever like the topic it was and then one day at turned into our lips yourself and like that was a logical progression for her. But I also knew that like whoever was upstairs listening to on a sears roebuck Stereo. To a single. Wasn't GonNa think that the singer live directly unending so funny and then our neighbors to we had those guys that live next door Gypsy or that. The Gay guys lived upstairs. Oh Yeah yes. Now they were. They had a hard time and it wasn't that Carl. Reiner like grandson or something somebody to do it. Carl Reiner and remember speaking of celebrities back then. Getting Charlene Tilton 's mail and we used to get really excited when we get Charlene Tilton it would say fifteen fifty six fifty fifty three fifty fifty three castle and I remember when the go-goes went to the first we got our first grammy nomination and we went and I saw and I got really excited and I said Oh my God we used to get your mail and she's I never lived there. I never listened. I totally scientology mailers to address and member number. When she was on the Mike Douglas Show and she said she's the live in a roach infested apartment in Hollywood did when a cop to that at all but Yeah disgrace them. Was as you know. The best described the Forbidden Food Party to listeners. Okay so we decided to have this party one night and it was going to be no boys allowed so all the boyfriends were kicked out and it was just it was about thirty girls and you had to come in a negligee and bring your favorite dessert. It was going to end. We made punch in the kitchen. I don't know Sir a bunch of Shit in a big bowl that land had we have lollipop stirs and the Punch? Yeah and so it was all these girls and loud music and negligees and there is a knock at the door like his that and there and is Neil Fan and some of the split ends who are in town and they they just they died went to have never the only guys we wasted that voice and you know something meal fan whenever I say he still brings up. He's not you do not forget about that but for them they're like all these babes and like negligees and half naked and.
"carlisle" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"We love the eighties we get on Sunday one of seven I was Belinda Carlisle the one of seven nine where the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties.
Mavs' Doncic to miss at least 6 games with sprained ankle
"Maverick star guard look at don church has been ruled out for at least the next six games with a right ankle sprain he suffered in practice on Thursday head coach Rick Carlisle made the announcement on Friday so that means no Dodge tonight as the Mavericks and rockets are gathering in Houston during the third quarter was seven minutes to play rockets leader eighty two seventy both Chris stops forcing isn't James harden lead their respective sides with
Mavericks Center Dwight Powell Suffers Achilles Tendon Injury
"Happen the Mavericks lose a game and an important player in the mass one ten one oh seven loss to the clippers center Dwight Powell land for the non contact right Achilles tendon injury in the first quarter he will have an MRI to day but head coach Rick Carlisle did not sound optimistic fears to be severe but we won't know for sure until it's there's a diagnostic test on so just that's a real tough one real tough one to donjon score thirty six with ten rebounds and nine assists Kristaps porzingis scored ten after missing ten games with a sore right knee but the Mavericks four game winning streak
"carlisle" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"I'll let you go eighty six year on that team. Did you want the Lakers or did you just want to win the chip. You didn't care well. Everybody pretty assumed it was going to be the Lakers. Under forget I was in a restaurant watching game one of La Houston and the Korean. Got The ball inside. And he went up for Hooky got fouled. He scored and the camera the camera pans over to Jack. Nicholson and I could read. Nicholson's lifts he said ballgame and it just seemed like this is how it was going to go and then Houston got on a roll and beat them. I believe four consecutive games culminating in the play where you know. They allowed the ball to Samson and he ebb simultaneously caught it turned and one timed it in from whatever it was twelve fourteen feet and and all of a sudden it was us and them and they played well in the final series. We one in six people remember that series as a walkover walk over and it wasn't there was a couple of things that happen to believe in in game three that that allowed them to to wind game three and then get to game for you know with with only one game difference. I believe we won game four and then plus game five and then we went home in one game. Six game six was not close. You know that was all time Larry. Yeah that was you know that was just a a wild old in crazy Boston Garden and you know Houston was a team that was they were probably best described as an upstart star team. That got to that point. But they really weren't ready for that moment whereas makers certainly had a history in would've been but it Hey that was that year and it was an amazing run. It was an amazing group of guys. Like there's at least five hall of Tamers possibly six. If you count you know Wallenberg Mikhail Parish Dennis Johnson. Maybe only five and you know it was a brand of basketball. That was just absolutely beautiful to watch last. One couple of your old head veterans said I have to ask you this and I think they know the answer so there may be putting me in trouble spot here said ask rick why. He used his ankles before coaching games. We we don't played. I always take my ankles. And what a world what happened. What happened was it was a little bit of A? You know I let the players in on it metaphorically a little bit just to let as kind of a symbol of a wrapping up and getting ready to go here you know but the truth was I. I think I had some new shoes and I have very long narrow feet and so when I get a pair of shoes the break in period was sometimes a little longer than normal and my heels. Would sometimes blister up so I would applied elastic tape. You know so that my my heels wouldn't wouldn't get shredded and so that's that's inside scoop on that and you know fortunately now I've I've found a shoe company that makes us at a pretty softening. I put them on. And that's that saved the team a lot of expense on tape. Look at that you guys shoes you got a room full amount and do your hotel good stuff. Rick Carlisle Good luck. It's going to be a really interesting seem to really interesting team and it's been fun to watch over the years and it's it's really appreciate that you took some time to come on the pleasures okay..
"carlisle" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Career that I've I've asked Dirk this. When he came on my podcast last year that I just WANNA ask everybody involved evolved with it? It's game two in Miami of the finals that you want in two thousand eleven when Wade hits the three in front of your bench and Prince a a little bit and you guys are down sixteen or eighteen or something in the second half and there's a timeout. I mean that is a capital and moment that is like this. Is it like you you go down to. Oh it's really hard to come back from two. I I know you and played a home game yet in that series. You got all three your home games coming to but I just wonder what is your Flash Bulb memory of at that time out when you're a hundred years old what you remember from that time out. Well I remember the moment pretty vividly. I don't exactly remember what we talked about in the timeout but but people were upset. I know we talked about. Hey we got five and a half six minutes. Let's continue to play. Let's put pressure on these. You guys you know. There's a lot of possessions left and let's let's even give ourselves a chance and that's that's exactly what happened. I don't remember the entire sequence sequence of that game but I remember that you know dirk hit a big three. I think to either tight or put us up three and then we had a defensive laughs. Threw the ball over to charmers and he banged into three Thai jet screwed up. I believe right well I get screwed up naming names of about it but we had a breakdown and then basically ten or twelve seconds or seven or eight or whatever it was and hey get the Baltic Dirk and it was an elbow Eyeso- he got in Miami had no timeouts he he was able to lay the ball all in and then wade got it. Took a half court shot. Missed and so you know that was a series change for us because now we're one one going home and then we lost game. Three in that series people forget that go down down one two and at that point you know if if you look at metrics and headaches and probabilities math and all that kind of stuff I believe our probability of winning the series at that point would have. I've been very very low. Based upon the fact that we were down a game and we just lost the game at home but we won game four one game five and we won game six and it was really quite an amazing experience. True or false the morning of game six in Miami. Gather the coaches on your staff and say we're we're all taking a shot of mountain dew. For Good Luck. There was a couple of guys that did. Yeah just a couple well not every. Not all of our guys were mound do drinkers. But I didn't no you were until a person who shall not be named told me the story. Well it's did. You shot glasses a habit that I've have done better. I've tapered down over the years but I tell you what it's A. It's a tough one. It's an it's an addictive drink and but I remember a couple of guys that did one of the guy on the staff was amount drinker at the time and we used to joke about shots. You know but now wasn't the entire staff Jeff. Okay I thought it was a shock classes. There was a proper shots. Nah It was during that series I was in a suite suite at the four seasons in Miami downtown and I don't know there was a lot of different kinds of glasses and silverware and all all kinds of stuff and so there was some really small ones and so we just poured water to those and okay well it worked the most famous visual memory. I think from that series was dirk leaving the floor as it was at nick to go compose himself in the stories when told and retold about your staff and the NBA staff having to go in the locker room and be like dude you. You'RE GONNA regret this if you don't come out. You just won the championship. Do you have any realization that the best planner team has vanished. Do you know where he is. Did you register that at all. Yeah I was aware that he had that he had left. I figured it was just a very emotional thing. I was one of the ones that went back to to get them and didn't know that. I think I forgot that there were a couple of us that did and he then he came out he was he was extremely emotional about got it. I mean this was the one defining moment that his career lacked. And you know to finally get there. I mean most also remember the image of the first title of Jordan. One you know he was he had the trophy and he was. He was weeping. He was so emotional that he was crying. And this kind of moment can elicit these kinds of human responses. And that's that's why that's why our league is so compelling what is your again the flash bulb image that just comes into your mind the thing or maybe it's a conversation in some whatever is the first thing that pops into your mind. You were the coach of the Pacers racers during the malice in the palace I mean that is maybe the craziest thing that's happened in the NBA in the last year is like what's your. What's your most vivid image of that? Well Nope I'll give you a couple things on that. I don't talk about that incident Generally speaking because I just don't you know ah the five year anniversary of it. I had a bunch of media. People come at me about it was a reviews to talk about it. The ten year anniversary came you know. Just stay away from it what I will tell you. Is that with everything that happened. There was not one significant an injury that came out of that whole thing miraculously okay. And that is one of the greatest blessings the came out of it and the net result. What was that security beefed up universally in the league and that has been a great thing over the years you know? It's just something that was was experienced. I think that is best not to talk about anymore. You guys wrote out that season stronger than people remember. Listen we were were four. Note the time or something like that We went home the next night and we had some guy's suspended bended. The suspensions were staggered because there were so many of them and we only had you had to have guys available to play but because a couple guys were banged up we only had six and we almost won that game and then we want our next three home games which were all against pretty good teams. It was like Boston Minnesota and one other one and then we went out on the west coast and we just got bombed in some games and we had three is from the minor leagues that were filling in but then over time we were gradually able to kind of put the put the roster back together. Reggie Miller started out. That season is an injured with a with a broken hand. He came back. Of course I was going to be a big lift to us and we ended up. I believe going twenty two and seven two in the season to get to forty four wins and get to a first round series with Boston. And we you know we were the sixty they were the three seed and we beat them and that was it was a very big. It was a very big moment for the franchise because we'd really weathered whether to storm on a lot of levels and it put us into a second round series with who else but Detroit. We lost it six but we competed well. And the memorable thing for me about that series. Was that you know. Reggie Miller's last game as professional was game six where he was leading score I believe on the floor great dignity and so that season was was difficult. It was trying but you know some very good things came out speaking. Camila another game is not forgotten game people remember socially people my age but I for some reason in the annals of the Jordan six championships i. I don't know why it's not remembered as well that ninety eight conference finals urine assistant coach on that Pacers team that was a bloodbath and that game seven was like I don't know if either team name is coming out of this series alive and they only want it because Michael just sheer force of will. I don't know how many free throws he ended up taking. It was a lot. It's a remarkable series to me because I'm I'm forty two years old. I was a high school kid mostly during Michael's prime around that age high school college. Whatever you just could never believe that his team would lose it was? He's the only athlete that I've era felt that way about that. They were just inevitable. And you guys were the one team that we're like you're not inevitable. But maybe the Knicks the early ninety s knicks also pushed him to the brink. But you guys by the end or the only ones well. We played them well and we had also won one on one of our regular season Games in Chicago later a little later in the year. So our guys. He's had a had a strong belief that they could be beaten in that we could beat them. You know I'll never forget it. We you know we would've. You'd be fine today for doing it. But but for game seven. We all went over on the bus together at the same time we went very late so nobody would. You'd have to talk to the media. No and it was just. The team was very together. We got off to a great start. We're up fourteen in the first half. I thought you were going to win. I just remember thinking. I can't believe what's happening here. Playing the game was was a jump ball that we we did not control the ball kicked around rick. SMITS WHO's seven four was jumping against a smaller guy. The ball got kicked around and ended up. Steve Kerr's hands and hit a three to tie it and this is with. I don't know I will say four and a half minutes something like that and then it. It was kind of like the deluge hit in and we just we just couldn't keep together you know and they ended up winning. I don't know what the final margin was it was it was close but they kinda one going away and it was it was very very bittersweet. I mean because we had competed so well but but it was one of those opportunities of a lifetime that we just came up short with people. Hiring can be a slow process cafe.
"carlisle" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"One last question the Mavericks GonNa do rapid-fire life of Carlyle. I think you've used seven. Starting lineups already six starting lineup. Some a lot of starting lineups account preseason because no preseason kind of preseason you'd probably four others no preseason do you do. Like there's been courtney Lee in Courtney Lee do care about settling on a starting five or do you kinda like maybe I don't want to settle on okay. You know with the way our roster is structured. I'm not sure that a set set set. Starting lineup is you know is in in the offing just because the ability to adjust is is really an important thing to have and while it is difficult on players you our guys have handled it as well as we could have asked them to handle it but I would love to get more consistency but we'll see we'll see you. You know what the what what's in the cards as we go the next five six games are you worried at all. That Donncha is doing so much of the playmaking. Would you like to have the secondary ball handler out there with him. That can do do a little bit of the lifting for him. Because I mean he's he's it's hard to say are you worried about everything. Triple double and shooting like him but I just it is. It is is interesting. How much the load he's taken? It's a lot I agree You know we've we've looked at different LINEUPS. I think Brunson's started Brunson. Man Runs a guy. That can that guard's pretty well. And he's a secondary playmaker little fire hydrant. Yeah in you know thirty three pick in the draft. I mean you know. He's been a terrific and you know. We've we've looked at seth curry in recent Games Games because He'll Seth's defense has picked up and he does have playmaking ability in these elite shooter. And so when you got a Guy Luca that can create you WANNA put elite shooting around him so that he has even more space out there. But we'll see with the analytic information that's available. Now you can. You can really get to a point where you can. You can look at your team in ways that three four five years ago we wouldn't have thought was even possible l. and the the important thing is to take the information that's pertinent. Use It apply it and take all the noisy stuff and trying to just put into the side two guys finally the guide dumb ass me thought would be a starter this year that you did not mention was Dhillon right. I thought the laundry given his size and his defense and catch and shoot threes and his he. He has played point guard before I thought that was going to be the guy. Well he he did start a couple of games early. We found that he has played much more effectively. The off the bench. He's playing really well with with Brunson and Hardaway I think you might be able to take me BEREA Scott Tom Winter. Pr Guy who's in the room right right now and Dirk in whatever condition. He's in and like one other guy off the street and your bench would be like plus six point hundred possessions. I don't know what you guys do. These bench units are. It's just as the Motley crue every year and every year works. I don't I I would say it's a motley crue mix always changing and in you know I'm a little. LS optimistic about the team. You just named Dirk lately. I've heard a a lot of ice cream and you know but yeah I mean look this is stuff. We gotta constantly figure out and the thing in coaching. That you have to realize and remember is that you know these are not just analytic print out things and just the pieces that you move around. I mean these are human beings that need to be communicated with about all these different kinds of things and talk to and there's quite a bit involved ball with it technology truth brought to you by Geico truth. Your Cost Stereo will always sink to the most embarrassing song on your phone so the reservations are at.
"carlisle" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"PODCAST live from an undisclosed location occasion in New York City New York. I'm very excited to be joined by. Truly one of the greatest coaches of all time one of the most interesting people in the NBA The longtime coach of the Dallas Mavericks and former coach both the Pistons and the Pacers. Mr Rick Carlisle how are you. I'm well you're well good to be on the low post. I don't think the low post. Yeah it's fun seeing it's upon I got that of the sixteen. Th The coach of the six and four Dallas Mavericks coming off a tough loss to a very feisty Boston Celtics takes team. You are going into the proverbial lions then in a couple of days in Madison Square Garden. Although the lions are not going to be out for you they're going to be out for all sorts of other other stuff. Have you talked to Porzingas at all. About what the atmosphere is going to be like and obviously the physical stuff is brewing. Are you just like or each's laser on like the Knicks. Just beat us in Dallas was beat them. Well IT'S A. There's a lot going on. I think that's that's an accurate securit portrayal of the situation. And you know the game in two days at the garden is really kind kind of a confluence of a lot of different things that are going on the bottom line is they beat us. They played one of their best games of the year. They beat us four days ago or whatever it was it was a disappointing loss for us at home. And we've got to bounce back from that you know in terms of everything going on with KP coming back I don't need to get into a lot of that stuff you know. He's he's aware that there's going to be a lot of attention on this game and and so on and so forth we've we've we've got to focus on ourselves as a team We've got to focus on things that we need to do better that we haven't been doing well In a couple of the last three games you know I guess New York and Boston. We struggled defensively in some areas. That we gotta get spend time on that stuff tomorrow and get ourselves ready the and the game on Thursday that That I'm looking forward to a good test for our team in terms of our ability to focus in bounce back. It's very early. How would you evaluate the fit of Luca and porzingas on offense? So far it's the fit is is great. I mean those are just high level offensive players. You GotTa Guy of Lucas Abilities as a as a ball hayler playmaker maker score. You know everything that he can do. You can post. He can begin. Pass it he can drive it. Capeeze agreed shooter at seven three. And you know capeeze working his way back from a very unusual situation just in terms of the amount of time that he's been away oh it was eighteen eighteen in one thousand nine months and I don't know if any NBA player has ever been offered that amount of time and then come back. But he's doing well you know it's been a little up and down which we knew it was going to be He's had a couple of really spectacular games. He had thirty two against Portland at twenty eight against the Knicks in which was probably his best offensive game from the standpoint of rhythm and spacing and making reads Last night in Boston was a tough night for him. You know you need a poor shooting night and so you know we have a day-to-day to to sorta gather ourselves. We import practice tomorrow and then we play on Thursday practice day in the NBA. Unbelievable yeah every once in a while. Sal You get you know what I Term Quality Practice Day which means you've had one day to rest you know presumably an off day and then you're set up basically to have a full live practice and then you know the game will will follow the next day and the challenge there is to is to do the right amount of stuff right amount of of competing the right amount of you know skill building development refinement. Those kinds of things and the use of time time in the NBA is one of the real challenges chap I believe it One of the things. That's been interesting about Deluca K.. P. Fit is you're playing the two of them most of the time on if not almost all the time with a rim runner like Powell or Cleophas. Actually kind of a nice rim runner free to and it's been interesting to see like if you look at the numbers. Luca has run many more pick and rolls with those two guys with Porzingas in Porzingas is then spotting up around those guys and I wonder like obviously you've noticed that you're the coach. Those guys are elite Rim runners Lucas lab passing this year. What the heck you did him in the summer but the law passing has been ridiculous so accurate and so good? But are you worried at all that that marginalize generalizes Porzingis or that you have a ways to go to sort of make them work together in a two-man game like directly. Yeah some of this stuff is an ongoing doing work in progress. You know one of the things that were that you find in in these situations is that you know there's so much switching now in the NBA NBA. If you set up situations that are going to lead to switches you gotta be careful about then rolling down into kind of a slow moving isolation type situation because you know these are these are very inefficient situations league wide and so when we have our spacing thing the way we like it were were score on the ball at a very very high rate. And you know we're GonNa keep working on finding ways to it to integrate you know the combination of KP and Luca both in a pick and roll situation and also with some off ball actions and some other things and you know. Oh as you mentioned. We're we're pretty early in the process. So we're learning were were communicating and we're trying to make it better every day to switching in an inefficient isolation thing to I'm jumping ahead on my question list but I think one of the Great Forgotten Playoff series of your career. You just nailed exactly what you did to the other team. I want you to see if you can guess it. The other team was a huge favourite in that series. It was the first round. I don't want to give it away too much. And it's within the last last. Eight years I don't know what the Boston no no playoffs. Here you were in. As coach of the Mavericks Mavericks Maven San Antonio San Antonio two thousand fourteen. What if that series like it's these great first round series? We sometimes get forgotten. You were the team that pushed the spurs the hardest that entire playoffs. It came to a game seven. They blew out but that had like a vince. Last second shot shot. That was like kind of a sneaky epic first round series. What are you remember from that and what you did was if I recall you? Put Marian on Tony Parker and you started switching a lot of their two man action to exactly what you just said. Sort of take away their driving kick stuff right. Well you know. They were prolific three point team. And you know they're they're picking roles with their five men led to a lot of situations where a perimeter guys were having a tag the roller and they moved it so well and they got into the lane so quickly that it was hard to get out to those guys and so yeah we we did some things to get ourselves in a position to stay home Oman shooters little more and make them take some tougher two point shots. At least that was what the plan was. And you know in that particular series series. We did a lot of great things. But we're where we really fell. Short was game when we had a real opportunity to win and we had an eight or nine point lead early in the fourth quarter. And we're not able to finish the game and if you're an underdog underdog team on the road in the first two games of a playoff series. Getting that first game is so important now. We did changes everything. Everything right changes the whole series because playing from in front is really what what. It's all about an literally. If you look at how playoff series come come down you know historically or whatever we did win game two And we did win game. Three when Vince hit the shot but winning game one on would've would've put us in a much stronger position to be in a game situation at home with a chance to close it out. Just we didn't get there. We had to win game six to get it to game seven but yeah exactly I think one of the things. You're bringing up here. That's interesting and a lot of a lot of your listeners. That do follow the game closely. Asli in in great detail. People that do remember that series. The game has evolved so much since two thousand fourteen. Yeah I mean this is this is five plus years now and back in those days five outspacing was something that but no one was talking about today. It's it's the norm rather than the exception and I believe the guy that did this I was was don Nelson a golden state You know in the two thousand six two thousand seven timeframe he put five guys around the perimeter and you know he would say basically all right. Garda's one on one and goddess in driving kick. And we dare you to try to stay in front of our Baron Davis Chris and Steve Jackson and Montiel's those guys and then we're going to line-up threes and we're going to make the game fast and you gotta play in our pace and he was the first one that did it. It probably seemed gimmicky at the time but that concept it is something that today is really the signature of today's game. If you talked about the rockets were here last week and Dantonio our talking a little bit at this actual same location national right now if you talk to him about his sons teams in his big regret. Other than all the stuff to suspensions and stuff that happened to them in the playoffs was in retrospect we didn't take it far enough. Nash should have shot more threes. I should have played Marian at the five sometimes like we just didn't take it far enough and it's interesting to hear him talk about it. He's like we just just didn't feel we've we felt internally that everyone else felt it was a gimmick at that got in our heads it got in our heads that we're like maybe maybe we're being too unconventional maybe. This really doesn't work in Guy. This is interesting to hear him talk about like. That's his big regret. Well that is interesting and you know to really the first team that was able to win playing smaller Golden State. And they did it. You know speed the game up in two thousand fifteen. They're a big adjustment in their series against Cleveland was to basically put big a dollar. Five Green at the five Kalikim became in then year. Here Barnes were the four men and you know they sped it up and played faster and they did take it to an extreme. It's interesting that Mike. Mike Mike said those things you know. His Phoenix teams. Were were really really really difficult to play. I imagine it was ninety dollars then. They're playing so much faster. Yeah I mean you know. When they were in their heyday? We had pretty good teams in Indiana when I was there and we may have beaten him once or twice and one of them was a game. More Nash went on the first quarter with tweaked an ankle or something like that so we got. We got a little fortunate because he was he was really the motor motor in the engine. That was driving that whole thing to a large degree. But it's interesting that Mike would have those kinds of thoughts about it but I understand where he's coming from sometimes for inspiration so you just have to look up for more than sixty years. The Goodyear Blimp is fueled greatness on the Gridiron by providing aerial coverage of some.
Admiral James Stavridis The Voyage of Character
"We're honored to have our guest today. US Navy Admiral James Stavridis he's the former Supreme Allied Command under obviously US Navy Admiral is currently operating executive at the Carlisle Group. Admiral Stavridis thank you so much for being with us what a pleasure to be in Texas with you and our Co host today is once again the Colonel Matt Amazon who's Director of the Military Service Initiative here at the Bush Center Matt thanks for doing this again Andrew thanks for being here Admiral thank you for bringing the cool weather Dallas yeah one hundred degrees pretty much the got here now it's beautiful exactly end last night I was greeted with the fire works for the biggest lightning storms have seen which delayed my flight for almost five hours so never let it be said that I didn't fight my way through thunder in lightning to get to the Bush Center. Well we can't thank you enough we know you're busy and we we're thrilled to have you here so we wanted to start with something a little and we heard that you are a lover of Fountain pens and old maps is that is that true it is and I think it's interesting too speculate on why those two interests emerge it's going to be the next question okay fine so a one is I loved right I've written now nine books my new book sailing true North comes out next week and I am also someone who loves reading and anything that touches Writers is is important so yeah I have four hundred fountain pens believe it or not wow yeah it's it's a gentle madness and some of them are a little on the pricey side but some of them I find in flea markets antiquarian stores I can restore pens nice kind of hobby and when I pick up a fountain pen and I think that it's from the nineteen twenty s or nineteen thirties and I think of all the writers who have had l. debt pen and what they wrote and I kind of ruminate on all that so yes I love fountain pens I think maps are probably more obvious because of spending so much my life at sea and if if you really look at a map of the world of course seventy percent is water and I spent nine a half years on the deep ocean if you add it all up day for day out of sight of land so for me maps in that to quote Tennyson that untravelled world whose margin fades forever forever when you move has always intrigued me so I have maps the earliest I have in my collection is from the very early fifteen hundreds it's a map of Marco Polo's travels Oh wow and I also have maps and charts for your listeners the difference between a map and a chart is map is land chart is the see I have both maps and charts and I have many of the short what's that I use to navigate on over my years at sea from the Persian Gulf from the Mediterranean from the Caribbean With a pencil line sketchy on them and I also have a lot of maps from Afghanistan from my time as supreme allied commander in NATO every time I would go there the staff would prepare a very detailed map of where we were going and I would mark that up as we went around I have a map of the of Libya from the Libyan campaign in two thousand eleven showing many of the strikes we conducted so it's an interesting collection might pens in my maps I'll conclude however by saying that your research missed that being I collect the most man and it's books I have five thousand books which much to my beautiful wife Laura's uttered may who's sitting here with us indeed a military family where you move every two to three years so you are unpacking packing and boxing and shelving five five thousand books I got some work to do there Sir I'd love to hear your thoughts on when you say maps and charts and you were provided maps Afghanistan and things like that but sometimes the the difference between what a map in front of you displays in the actual ground truth an example being I think in in Jordan they call the northeastern portion that border Winston's hiccup when he was drawing the border so your observations over time of how maps can be represent unitive of ground truth or otherwise specifically in Afghanistan as well I think generally it is otherwise a map is so sterile in the end it can't can vader you events on the ground and I'll give you a very practical example these days I do a lot of talks where I speak about variety of international subjects and when I talk about his Ukraine and I'll start by showing a map of Ukraine and you know it's a kind of an interesting country it's on the Black Sea of course there's this dangling chunk of it hangs down like a like a pouch of rice that is Crimea and you can look at that and think man okay it's a little peninsula that juts into the Black Sea you cannot imagine the war's over two millennia the fighting over Crimea the negotiation of the treaty there you mentioned Winston Churchill a moment ago the end of the Second World War effectively conducted there in the palace it's it can't convey anything so what I will do for an audience is I'll show a map of Ukraine and Crimea and I'll say here's Ukraine it was invaded by Russia Crimea was annexed by Russia and I'll say but let me show you what Ukraine looks like today click and the next slide is a quad of combat it's destroyed buildings its artillery piece is it's it's four brutal photographs and I'll say to the audience that's what Crimea looks like that's what Ukraine looks like it's a war fifteen thousand people Villeda died there so to your point leaders statesmen diplomats military officers must refrain from allowing the sterility of a map and the simple act of gliding your pencil across it to think that you've solved the problem because you had I've not so admiral I want to start by talking about your book which Time magazine recently named a must read for October sailing true north ten admirals and the voyage of character I meant when I when I sat down to read it I wasn't expecting to have a book that I was going to personally be able to you take the lessons from and apply them to my career I thought it'd be learning about learning some history and learning about the the voyage of the fares and this is actually thing that I can apply to in my daily life did you know that was going to be the end result when you sat down to write the book I certainly hoped it would and the guide post in my mind was an ancient book plutarch's lives which is written by Roman about leading figures in Roman society and he hoped that by doing that he would illuminate lessons of character which readers could apply to their own lives I think at minimum level of entry it is a book of history you meet these ten interesting historical admirals going back two thousand years each one is a chapter but as you know having having read the book the power of it is seen how they confronted the inner challenges so you know we are awash in books of leadership leadership is the influence we exert over others character uh is how we lead ourselves that inner voyage which I would argue as vastly more difficult than the simple act motivating groups people in the idea of the book is to have some case studies that readers can say you know I face that kind of challenge in how did that seafaring admiral respond to it and then draw some lessons and they're both good and bad lessons in the
Closed GM Plant Is Part Of Larger Negotiating Strategy For Striking UAW
"Negotiations between General Motors and striking autoworkers revolve in part around a plant that has shut down six months ago the last Chevy Cruz rolled off the assembly line at Lordstown Town Ohio Emel sheltie reports on what workers are doing now when the UAW last struck General Motors in two thousand seven the thousands of members in Lordstown were ready. They packed the two local union hall signing up for six hour shifts at the nine gates of the sprawling plant in northeast Ohio. Things are very different now. After only a handful of retirees and other volunteers are holding up picket signs celebrating the honks of support from the occasional truck passing by the West Gate here behind behind them are hundreds of acres of empty asphalt surrounding a plant that once employed more than ten thousand people and now employs only ten the picketers sum up why in just just a few words Brotherhood brothers and sisters supporting make it or Ed Rendell says it's a matter of just showing up to represent this place. Somebody's he's gotTa be here. I mean you know if there's no one here which is a signal that we're given up on this player. Rachelle Carlisle isn't giving up. She and her husband are among the thousand. GM employees who transferred to other plants. She's coming back from Michigan. This weekend joined the Lordstown picket line others are on their way to from Missouri Tennessee Kentucky Kentucky. We all keep in contact with each other or all spread out all over the country but also there for each other nearly all the local union leaders were among those who transferred away from here that left it to retirees like Bill Adams to step up. Hey No we don't have a statement. They were using the wreckage. Staples Atom says what the group lots numbers. It makes up in passion. I A lot of anger what happened. The can't understand why a plant that's produce just over sixteen million cars and fifty three years is all of a sudden useless to General Motors. They don't understand that. GM says what happened was pretty simple. American stop buying hang small cars it reacted by cutting shifts and then finally closing the plant in March. Bill Adams doesn't by the company's argument. GM made more than ten billion in dollars in North America last year and the local union has long argued that it could have shifted production of another vehicle here but GM says it has way too much capacity even for better selling trucks. SUV's Adams raises an eyebrow when asked about proposals GM floated just hours before the strike deadline. It was to build electric electric vehicle batteries near here. GM also is negotiating with an electric trucks start up to buy the Lordstown plant but even if both things happen the likely to hundreds of jobs not thousands the former Lordstown workers understand their plant is just one part of a much larger negotiating strategy. When Eric Loomis wrote his book a history of America intense strikes he devoted a chapter to the nineteen seventy-two Lordstown strike back then younger workers wanted more control over working conditions and the fierce clashes between Labor and management extended well beyond the three week strike in the industry that confrontational culture became known as the Lordstown Syndrome and Lordstown is now idled that action played a role in this strike. I think we're seeing a return to the strike as a weapon in in part because a lot of the other options that workers have tried to make life better for themselves shown to say they're not working and workers are getting more determined in a little more desperate when GM am closed the plant it said it recognised and regretted what it was doing to workers but it had to think about the long term viability of the company U. A. W. Members here are also also thinking about viability and they're determined to try to keep their plant an active part of not only the negotiations but of the nation's labor consciousness for N._p._R. News I'm L. Solti.
Mixed verdict for young woman accused of killing, burying newborn
"Down a jury in Warren County Thursday afternoon reached a verdict on Brooke Skyler Richardson charged with aggravated murder and other counts in the twenty seventeen Denver newborn that she allegedly buried in the backyard of her parents home in Carlisle very for number four we the jury in the above captioned case find the defendant Brooks Skyler Richardson guilty of the offense of abuse of a corpse the jury found Richards and not guilty on the more serious charges including aggravated murder the twenty year old was visibly shaking as the verdict was read it she will learn if you'll spend time behind bars when the sentencing hearing gets underway Friday
FBI searches for female bank robber across 3 states
"The FBI is looking for a woman bank robber who struck three times in the last nine days in three states he said banks in Carlisle Pennsylvania Rehoboth beach Delaware and aid North Carolina investigators have done the pink lady bandit because she carried a pink handbag in two of the hold ups ten thousand dollar reward is being offered for information leading to her
Christine Sinclair (probably) wont play forever. So appreciate her now.
"I she is on a very short list of the greatest, Canadian athletes of all time, second. She would probably never admit she belongs on that list, or actually even discuss that list at all. Third. She has been on the field for some of the most heartbreaking defense. Any Canadian team has ever suffered through to the hip fido's, a comprehensive victory of Canada fulltime book of Canada ill, Frantz four. Finally beginning today after almost twenty years of leading perhaps the best soccer Team Canada has ever fielded Christine Sinclair has a chance to reach heights that would have been unimaginable. When she began her career Sinclair is thirty six now, she's been Canada's rock for ever, this might be her last women's World Cup. And it might be Canada's best ever chance to hoist the trophy and it might be our last chance to appreciate a woman who has never talked much never cared about stats never wind about the refs never done anything, but play, great soccer, and she is now poised to become perhaps the best ever at that task. I'm Jordan heath Rawlings. And this is the big story Canada's first game and the women's World Cup comes today against Cameroon. So we figured it was time to talk to Stephen brunt of sports net was covered these World Cups for years, Stephen start with just who is Christine Sinclair, where did she come from? What's her origin story? Well, she's from the lower mainland BC. She comes from soccer playing family her to her uncle's played professionally with the Portland at an earlier incarnation of the Portland timbers her dad played. She played as a kid, and, you know, she played other sports as well. But as a was a prodigy Ritchie cows, cap for Canada as a sixteen year old, it does astounds me how, you know, we're, we're talking about the early days of the sport in the country, like candidate didn't have a women's national team till nineteen Eighty-six. Yeah, yes. She played in the ninety five world or the ninety four World Cup. Right. Those game lake back. Then it was if people are soccer people. They will understand what I'm saying. Here's like old time, English soccer like vertical. So. Correct. Big kick, it down the field and the strongest and tallest and fittest would run underneath it, it was dominated by countries that could do that played that way. But it was also dominated by countries that put money into women's sport before other countries did, which is a pattern we've seen a lot, right? Like early success in Olympic women's rowing, for instance, was because we invested in it in nineteen nothing away from those great athletes, but we got on that bandwagon before a lot of other countries said in soccer even a lot of traditional soccer countries declined to invest in the women's game. There was a level of chauvinism in the in the soccer cultures so that, you know, the Brazil's and the Spain's and the Italy's they, they didn't do anything women's soccer, but Germany, did and Norway and Sweden did and we did to a degree. We were we were kind of early adapters in terms of women's soccer and the Americans did after title. Nine rank title nine was huge right into created opportunities for for collegiate athletes. So those were the countries that dominated early and but that was what they was a power game. You know power game of fitness game. And you know in assize game really strength game. How did Christine Sinclair make her Mark on that game on this team? When did she come to one to Candida notice her, I would think I guess the U twenty tournament gonna remember sales change. They change it from nineteen to twenty remediate offered was the tournament in Edmonton, where the golden generation, they, they got to the finals loss to the Americans, a recurring theme here, but played in front of forty thousand plus people in Edmonton to Commonwealth stadium too big TV ratings, so Kara Lang, and most Creedy and, and sink. You know, we're part of that team and his golden generation of Canadian women country embrace them in a way that it hadn't I don't think it'd embrace the soccer team male or female before we men's team that you know got the World Cup and eighty six and they won the Gold Cup and under Hoeger, but I don't think candidate had ever cared about soccer as much as they cared about that team that played in Edmonton. So that was kind of her debut for the Comanche was the most valuable player high-score most valuable player in that tournament. So, you know, and then she joined the national where she played for the national team and. After that, again, with people like Charmaine Hooper, who is a great athlete in her own, right. And the they, you know, they have a fourth place finish the World Cup people then forget that, that they, they did finish fourth, but, you know, I think what really started to put things on the map was what, what came later and end know and the evolution of the of the game and the pollution of the players will it's kind of a chicken or the egg situation because you had Christine Sinclair in his golden generation that kind of took over that team and dragged it in front of everybody watching. And then once you know that it can do good TV ratings, and people are really going to care. It becomes a lot easier to recruit talent bring on sponsors, and all the rest of it that puts you a little bit further ahead. Yeah. In parallel to that. The game is getting more sophisticated evolving, or changing in, in a way that soccer people found pleasing like I was kind of separate myself because I've covered soccer for a long time. But I you know, soccer people I was considered me an outsider. So I, I always kind of separate myself, but that the people who would kind of disdain women's football women. Soccer started to see the ball being played on the ground. More you know more of a passing game as a more sophisticated version of the game and started to kind of give it its due. So those things happen at the same time one is that. Yeah, you have golden generation of Canadian players coming through who had succeeded on stage, a very popular stage, anyway. And at the same time, you had women's soccer getting new respect, of course, you had that explosion with the Americans right where, you know, brandy Chastain and all of that. You know, it became a big deal in the United States. Yes. Also, the breakthrough from American soccer, you know, if you think about it, the US men's national team was pretty good for a long time. But what was the breakthrough for soccer in the US? It was the women you absolutely the women describe that scene because you probably, it's probably embedded in your memory of brandy Chastain. And that's the only thing I remember that time. Yeah, we scored the winning goal and, and stripped off her jersey was wearing a sports bra and had like an eight-pack ill. She's absolutely ripped. Right. Looks like I think it was it was a moment of empowerment for a whole bunch of. People. And I think for a whole bunch of young girls watching it was, I wanna be her. Yeah. I wanna play that game because it was, you know, it wasn't dainty. It was ferocious. It was competitive. It was passionate there were. And there are a lot of great things about women's soccer. Well, and in Canada. It's the women are better. They have men's team and it by an order of magnitude. We could qualify that say the pool shallower again. We were earlier that there is. We, we probably put more emphasis on what you see now is that, you know, England's good now in the Nederlands is getting good is against some of these other soccer countries are kind of saying, hang on, we'll Spain suddenly pretty good. But yeah, I think in Canada, they had the success and be, I think people did start the kind of tune into the fact that someone who might be the best player in the world play for us. So tell me about her that because you've covered her for while now what is Sinclair, like she's known, at least to me and casual observers for being pretty closed off. Oh, yeah. You mean per as a person as a person as an athlete? How, how is she what drives her she's super shy? She doesn't like doing interviews a drink press stuff. If you talk to her teammates tell you, she's not shy that she got a great sense of humor, which she does. But she just just playing that the public role. I remember once I went down to interview her when I was still the globe and mail. She was playing for the, the western New York flash. Again, you know, the leagues have come and gone. Right. But one of those down near buffalo somewhere, and they having an open workout for kids. And I was driving down from the globe. And I'd set it up through Canadian soccer to do this interview I think goes before the twenty seven World Cup. So it looks a low pressure environment is what I'm saying, and it's going to be a nice story and I got stuck in a little bit of traffic at the border. So I got there about three minutes before the interview was supposed to happen. But I was, you know, phony, people telling you, look, I'm coming, right? Look, she was in her car, and she was going to leave. She was honored. I almost had to throw myself in front of her car because she didn't want to do it. She just didn't want to do the interview, and it was, you know, as an awkward interview, and there wasn't much to it, and I've been persistent, I guess with her to try and get a little bit. And I have huge Marijn for as an athlete. So maybe that's part of it as well. But yeah, she's never going to be somebody who talks and soundbite. She's never going to be somebody who kind of thrown horn. It's just not in her. She's, you know, again, MBA seen her. She is a passionate ferocious competitor. And she does have a sense of humor, but it's hard to get past, you know, the veneer, sometimes why did you work so hard to get past that veneer? You know, I think a lot of it goes back to that twenty eleven World Cup which I'm sure we're gonna talk about. But I covered the tell me about the twenty eleven World Cup. You know, key so candidate went into Germany twenty seven World Cup is in Germany and Canada. There's a sense that candidate could be competitive in this turnament, sorta like now, you maybe none, as they maybe expectations weren't quite where they are now but they were pretty darn high. And that was the, you know, the, the moment for that golden generation of players. Right side from Carlisle, who got hurt that, that was that group this, and this was there, a moment and Canada had hired an Italian to coach the team. Caroliina Mirage, and the whole idea was that this was the country's, there's, like finishing school that she was going to teach them more sophisticated tactics and European training methods and this is gonna turn us into a footballing nation rather than soccer h nerve footballing team rather than a soccer team. And Caroline was an interesting like a character from fiction, you know, and they had this whole group of Italian trainers in the system coaches, and there was much intense talk and smoking cigarettes. And speaking of Italian, and she took them off to a training camp. They went to some hotel in, in the mountains in Italy. And we're locked off by themselves and trained and all of this, when you talk to them after the facts, you know. So it sounds like a prison camp. But it sounds nice now but it wasn't fun. But they all say the right stuff that okay, we're gonna we're gonna we're gonna we're way. Better way. More sophisticated. We're gonna play you know, we're we're going to our game has she is we have learned enormous amounts Mer. The opening game is against Germany in Berlin at the Olympic stadium. They know they're going to lose that game. Everybody knows he'll lose that game but they, you know, they compete and sink scores. A goal on a on a free kick. I think not a penalty free kick, but she also gets hit in the nose and breaks her nose spewing blood. And it was real was, you know in this there goes the tournament. Right. So so caroliina Marashi again, who is she was very much into intrigue in whispered conversations? I'm covering this for the globe. And for sports that we were the rights holders I was as close to any team. I think as I've ever been and there's been there. Many whispered conversations was she going to play and they wouldn't let her talk to the media, and she was. Wearing this like the mass that basketball players wherever they break their now.
"carlisle" Discussed on Who Charted
"Asking people inside the thrift store their extra cash you're asking for cast. They probably don't have for like an item that you don't need like it's not for food or even her food, and he was a well-fed guy. He's well-fed. Yeah. In the Batman thing cost, six bucks. So. He was gonna talk to five other people. He just short. I didn't see any money in his hand. Maybe I was just I guy if I would have given them a dollar you have some momentum get the other five. Yeah. Well, let's see what's coming in at number two number two. Brandy Carlyle with the Joe, hey from Thousand Oaks, hey. No, that's brandy. This was the best performance of the night. I thought. She killed it before we talk about. I want to say that however long people have been talking about right did think she was Belinda Carlisle from the go Go's, but she's brandy Carlisle anti Carlisle, and she reminds me of who's that. Australian we have on the program. You know, the girl though, the female singer. I don't know anyway. But she does this type lyrical narrative stuff, right? Are you looking up? Yeah. She looks grace Helbig good point. She was at the Chris Cornell tribute concert. I went to she played throughout almost the whole thing. She killed it. I was like who is this. And then she's all over the Grammy. So well, they let her out, and you know, you could tell this is quality. You know what I mean? Yeah. Because it's like, okay. We made you sit through ground day. We may just. Even Cardi B like jaylo doing Motown. Roese what crazy bad crazy bad and also crazy? I I mean that wasn't her singing not only was lip sync. I'm convinced was even her voice remotely. Wow. Can is that is that there's always a new low that the culture fines is that the new low that people just lip sync, and it won't even only lip synch to a different person. Nearly a million vanilla was supposed to be. Then wasn't. It goes to be them. But it wasn't that. It wasn't. Okay. Right that. Yeah. Used to be scandalous when that happened Nick ever do that you're like Kalyan for some Foley work or something. And I just bring a little tape recorder. Yeah..
"carlisle" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"People around the nba no him see what he's doing and they've taken notice says great quote rick carlisle rick carlisle said quote in our profession bread has become a legend he has just been unshakable is a leader and quote it's amazing from great coach rick carlisle saying that about a colleague he's become a legend in our business he's unshakable as a leader so when you see them go down the way they did last night you know they're going to be fine at least the guy leading from the front like that rome epic interview with coach brown i wanted more the seventy sixers are straight of dope and what all teams want to be in the new nba after listening to coach i felt like i was on the team great conversation be w in sp wore a beer with coach brown and the sixers and one tweet from at mailman casey love the fire and passion joel embiid has for the game were embiid back to help win the east on war kevin hart trying to help their so going back and forth doin jay and kevin hart kevin kevin kevin kevin let go you're not helping him you hurt them i mean whatever its efforts to go throw back the way he did but if this guy's lighting it up the way he isn't he's feeling it maybe just leave it alone all right so my thanks to brett brown again it says a lot about him he committed to that interview before that game and listen i'll be honest whenever we have an interview booked before a game or event and that team doesn't win you always wonder is the player or coach still going to do it had he pulled out of the interview.
"carlisle" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Welcome to the bravo clubhouse for the podcast division of watch what happens live with me andy cohen you can hear in the background the strains of my electric razor and the gogos playing why are we playing the goggles linda carlisle is like us tonight with sandy barron hard i've never met belinda carlisle no joke i brought all my gogos records in for her to sign uh i was a huge gogos fan i still am huge gogos fan i saw them when i was in ninth grade in st louis and felt very gay dancing happy guy engaged gay it was great anyway i hope you enjoyed the show you know i always love having sandy here see ya i've never met poland which side she got to be and when she's on the my you can all take a seat it's watch what happens i would balloon the carlisle and sandra bernard now in order to resolve on koa the roma go bus on a wednesday night which make the clubhouse feel like there is a plays son as the front woman of the go goes the first allfemale rock band atop the billboard charts you know my first gas for hits like we got the beat vacation heaven is the place on earth every song you've ever dance to in your leg warmers her newest album wilder shores is out now it's great download it now please welcome belinda carlisle ever and wall balloon the fearlessly saying our loubser sealed my next gusts lips never are thank god that's just the way i like it listener on sandiland unserious exams radio andy hay sandy burn.
"carlisle" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"The sec championship game that is tonight if you wanna watch the champions of the south eastern conference crowned that will happen tonight the rightful national champions will be celebrating in orlando without us they didn't want our tshirts or a trophy it has been a despondent weekend for michael getting to that in a second we guts to god's his weekend observations to get to in a second we've got sean mcdonough getting very emotional as john bruton's leaving in a second but first i wanna go to rick carlisle here rick carlisle there is very little in life anywhere in public life police officers maybe that are closer together then nba coaches nba coaches defend nba coaches you have never heard an nba coach rip another nba coach the analysis of games done by broadcasters were former nba coaches are always very very gentle to the coaches you never here a former coach say that coach's lousy that coach's game plan stunk you'll never hear you'll hear players eight about playwright you're here entertainer said about entertainers the code of coaches might be bit put on the poll ghirma is the code of coaches better and stronger than even the code of the police force i'm sure you're right i feel like phil jackson as ripta coach before i just fill jackie my fight but he'll never say someone did a poor job coaching even you will never there could be a game in which a coaches totally incompetent and you will not hear any one from coaching beyond past coach's future coaches former coaches present coaches no one will ever say that guy did a horse bleep job preparing for that game but rick carlisle is like the face of this recall carlisle loves defending coaches because coaches don't get enough protection coaches are mistreated making millions of dollars standing there on the sidelines controlfreak who don't have any actual control of the results of the game so here's rick carlisle telling you that loop walton is good coach luke wants very good loop walton luke he doesn't deserve than lonzo ball being near.