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"charles ball" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"charles ball" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"Before moving to tottenham becoming really a club legend all time top scorer tuned in sixty two goals in just three hundred seventy nine appearances really hurricane before those harry kane and his life was also bladed by tragedy on and off the field gary into the nine sixty six world cup in england greasy with the automatic starter but he picked up an injury in the group. Stage lost his place to the now legendary. Geoff hurst money famously. Went on to score a hat trick in the final made for west germany and then they days this is. This is how crucible was only the eleven players on the failed at the end of the match receive. Medals angry said he was crushed figures to missed out on his own and all the glory that flowed from. It is terribly affected by the tragic death of his four-month-old son. Jimmy junior early in the sixties. It became an alcoholic and once told the guardian. I lost the nineteen seventies completely. They passed me by. I was drunk from nineteen. Seventy two to nineteen seventy seven will morning realized it was different world. I've been living in it. But i had made aware of it. Really remade himself in one eight. He's almost how they second like. This is how i came to know many listeners. If you go up in britain in this time greaves became the host of saturday. Lunchtime preview show saint in greasy in which a fool liverpool edge indian saint. Joel angriest previewed the weekends games with searched joy. Search passionate really informed. An entire generations join. We didn't know you're meant to just love every single second. I like to say it's a funny old game with his catchphrase and he had a huge influence on so many in britain. Deathly may undoubtedly you david. Both of them seem so delighted to be able to publicly celebrate life really the two of them like tuna mba. Kevin charles barkley before there was a charles barkley and even in death. The saint passed away earlier this year. The sense of delight and one that they see them all of us will just live on. We pay our respects to the memory of an english original football up. Love watching in place seemed like such a big man but he's only five eight back in those days. That was quite big for kids head on everything everything everything one of the first people that really brought comedy and a sense of fund football coverage and that saints greasy clearly so influential on both of us you know it was the first entertainment program. I ever saw about sports sports. We didn't grow up with halftime shows or post game shows. We grew up with very sort of tired analysis. And certainly what saints greasy. That was so different so different than anything that had come before just honestly addressing football with pure fun comedy in that led down the road to shows like the dylan skinner and you know suck graham and a lot of other shows. That sort of came in the wake. The boys so influenced by By those two guys so yeah he was. You know that very rare person. She didn't the charles ball play Comparison is at elite footballer. World cup winner A you know a a english football legend who then became a broadcasting trailblazer Really and that's very very ran a lot of what you watch today on. Nbc's premier li coverage. What happens with all the bands sky and bt and cbs. It's not done as well as it was done by saints and greasy But they were certainly the first to do it. And the influence on everything came off. Thank you for the jury that they gave us two incredible find this today. Memory okay brought to the football tottenham nail chelsea three the blues. They read heart. Remaining one of the primaries early pacesetters after an opening half in which spurs had the better of the game. The chelsea responded with an impressive second-half performance and for tactical player adjustment just four minutes after the restart to go silver gave them the lead. They sunan powered hedda an eight minutes after that game. Changing substitute and golo can say. Had a speculative effort. Kharoum off. Eric dyer and past a helpless. You go lorries. Toady ruediger added a third late on and chelsea. Well they go. Top of the table level points livable. In the united ahead of united on goal difference unlivable based on their head to head. Away draw new spurs meanwhile dropped second straight pre game. This was billed hype lou. Khaki versus harry. K which is fair hyperion. Nfl k. By claiming it's quarterback against quarterback bernie rene noted lukaku is a final piece in chelsea's jigsaw. Hurricane seems the only piece in tottenham 's which may day i will say bloody great to see sully back from injury as well as romero and the cell say back from overdose elation in croatia for chelsea kappa replacing king mandy our the knock but it was spurs who seem so energetic from the beginning perhaps fuel butter return of salt in the open and characteristically bold the new pressing swarming forward inventively in the opening exchanges drive in a heavy leg looking chelsea back dominating possession for the first ten minutes. It was bright stalling. Honestly it reminded me of awful in the first three games of the season. That kind of a stall. Where you this. Julius birthing but it was also misdirection for all. It was to come london. Darby's always have an energy of themselves always seems fueled by the fans and they're you know though much use this word but hatred of each other and you know anticipation of post-match bans. Down the pub and tottenham definitely came out with more energy and very often as energy wins these games. They were winning every fifty. They seem to be dispossessing chelsea. Almost will they were recovering. The ball final third recovery's and it was and they were certainly the more impressive team thomas to calls chelsea even when not playing with fluency actually especially when no play with fluid say they remind me of medvedev when he came in our poured told us that he realized it loves pain a loves to suffer and he likes to make we'd like to explore likes to test whether it's opponent can suffer a year he always says i believe i can suffer more and that's what chelsea to opponents. They play with such intensity research. Stifling movement essentially saying can you live with us. Can you can you. Can you participate in this kind of just level of commitment and substitution change. Answer that question because my what chelsea have been up to bring one of the world's best midfielders cantey to replace mason mount a player who has seemed untouchable. At times. i mean that substitution said so many messages. They've some to the rest of the league. Some internal to the scored. But how did you protest that. Well i mean i think chelsea just sinking upfront more than anything else. Anita mason mound. Who is usually there player. Who creates pressure on the opposition. Wins the fifty fifty bulls and you know. Frankly in a motivates that that frontline movement he just seemed last couple of games..

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"charles ball" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"charles ball" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Know that the Farmer's Almanac was quoting a monk by the name of Dennis the short Was He actually, Was he actually short Because I guess so. There are some paintings of Charles the bald is he and he is. Guess what he's not bald. He's not bald. Why was I wonder where they call them? Charles the ball. Maybe bald must have meant something else. Then it may have Yes. In the ninth century, he reigned. Or maybe he maybe he became bald after the painting was done. And he just became tree was just Charles then probably had a lot on his mind. You know, he had a he had a series of Look he was secretary was the ninth century king of France. And also the king of Italy. Okay, well, and the emperor of Carol Indian of the Carol Indian Empire. Okay, so he had quite a bit on his. He had quite a bit going on there. And just that's what that's how I lost my hair. Yeah, you are You going to blame that on me too? Oh, he was the grandson of Charlemagne that says here. Oh, wow, the grandson of Charlotte main, all right, ahead of the Holy Roman Empire. Interesting. So I don't want to be called. You know, Dean the ball. I wasn't going to say that because I already have a rap name of Baldy D So I don't I don't really need another. Bald bald. It's Sunday morning with Dean the ball. How do you get these nicknames? When you're the king and they go? Okay, This is what we're going to call you. Well, you had. How do you know? Certain end the great Alexander the great I'm going to say a slightly more complimentary than Charles. The bald. I would think it. Yes or Louis. The short Dennis. The short Dennis the short them short. That's a terrible nickname. But Happy birthday, Charles Ball. Yes, we're thinking of you today. He was only it's only like 50 years old when he died. That was that was rather that was rather old when you consider that 30 was middle age at that in the ninth century, I guess that the longevity was not longevity wasn't what it is today. No But back to President Biden met with President Macron. They had apparently had a very lovely conversation saw that what else do we say So a lot of a lot of picture, taking a lot of posing and picture taking. Well, this was the first you're talking about at the G seven. The G seven? Yeah, This is the first one that they've had in a couple of years because, like everything else, covid derailed everything right? So there may you may have the if you were paying attention to the newscast that we've been doing, and I was I take. No, I don't know if you know this during your newscast, I take notes. Oh, you do. I see. I don't want to miss a single thing. So I take notes. So that's why you left the room. I didn't leave the room to take the notes. You were looking for a pen, right right here. But the G at the G seven um Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of England, and by the way, I'm buying him some Supercuts gifts or two. I'm going to send him. I don't know if they can't remember if they have Supercuts in London. I think they do. And then what happened? I think they do. He is in dire need of some hair. And then when they cut his hair, he will be porous. The bomp well, But at any rate, it would be better than four is the Spaghetti Bowl that he's got now, boy? I was watching the news and I think it was President Biden with them. I'm not listening to a word they're saying you're looking at as I am looking at that mess of a hairdo that he has Like, Get a comb. All I could think of was my dad when I was calm your hair from your air. Get air carrier Crazy Happy As we were saying in our newscasts throughout the morning, we are now mentioning that the G seven has announced that a billion vaccine doses will be given to some of the developing countries around the world. The W H O. The World Health Organization, though, says that that's not enough. You need 11 billion if you really want to end this thing, so, but one billion is on the way it's another. It's another billion among friends, right, right. By the way, Boris Johnson Jeff Daniels. Dumb and Dumber. Yeah, look it up. He makes Jeff Daniels looked like Daniel Craig makes them look handsome. I just I can't believe Boris Johnson's hair. Are just all those people surrounding you and no one says Hey, maybe we should get your haircut. It's obviously a choice. He chooses to have it that way. But Come on. Uh, we're standing next to the Queen of England. Queen Elizabeth and you're standing there like you're one of the Three Stooges. What it looks like to me. 2020 left 20 cause that was 20 doesn't want any part of this international controversy. That producer who has had a Gold Star Day today. Jessica, who is very enterprising, very early this morning, got all the information we needed on this downtown apartment fired this morning, So she's she was asking me a question. She No work that there's a show going on right now. Yes, yes, time Now. You were asking me about Emmanuel Macron? No, I was not actually. Okay, We we moved on. You were busy having another conversation with somebody. Just get him A like they used to wear those powdered wigs. Oh, that would be nice. Just go back to them. Get them a Beatles weight. That would be nice, Same hair. Nice powdered wig would be that would be nice. Is it my imagination? Earth Queen Elizabeth looking like she's having a lot of fun. During all of this Doesn't she seem so very jovial? And goofing around. She they had a cake and she cut it with his sword. Say the big sword. She couldn't figure out. She couldn't figure out how to cut it with sort. She was cutting it on the wrong side of the sharp end was off. The Doland was Was down, but she's been just goofing around with them. And isn't she having a meeting with the president today? Yes. And I don't know if, uh, if Boris will be joining them or not, But she will be meeting with President he does. And then tomorrow on him or on my lunch tomorrow. Is one of the high points he's meeting with Vladimir Putin. Oh, that's going to be a good one. That will be interesting to see what happens at that one. It's going to be a good one is the president meeting with the Queen alone? Probably. So it's It's just going to be a one on 11 on one conversation for tea and crumpets. Because I had heard that the menu for lunch was going to be something completely different that's back and taken a SPAC blanket sausage and spam, spam,.

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"charles ball" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"charles ball" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host kit chrome all through the month of april. I'll be visiting some of the most bizarre incredible places on the planet created by both man and nature that you don't know abou- and at the end of the podcast. I'll give you some instructions for reaching out location. At least as near as i can get now. That's every monday and tuesday thursday and friday on wednesdays. You can listen to my latest. Cozy mystery book joanna. Bright and dungeness bay murder mysteries chapter by chapter every wednesday. You can follow the clues and try to puzzle out who the murderer is now on to. Our destination krakatoa the sinister strait separating the islands java and sumatra strikes fear into all who approach it travelers as well as indonesians born on its shores. Foreign sailors are never particularly keen to risk their lives. In this channel dotted with shallows and oil installations to say nothing of illegal immigrant trafficking and piracy about twenty tax. Pirates are recorded every year. The locals do not spend a lot of time worried about pirates by contrast care very much about the moods wayne's the volcano krakatoa which last caused a catastrophe or two in the past and continued to display an impressive level of activity. The first officially recorded eruption goes back to a d four sixteen according to some interpretations so the local chronicle the cataclysm split the original wall kaneohe into three separate islands and devastated the entire region with most of the coastal dwellers drowning and a soon nami generated by the explosion in eighteen eighty. Three there was another appeal. After three months of eruptions and tremors during which ships passing through the strait or forced to navigate by guesswork in a thick cloud of ash the volcano exploded between august. Twenty six august twenty seven producing detonation. That could be heard three thousand miles away. And shock waves could be felt in europe ashen palmist were spewed over more than three hundred thousand square miles. An area bigger than france waves. One hundred feet high crashed on the coast and the sonali wave lapped the planet three times. The official death toll was put at forty thousand in a region that was then relatively sparsely populated. Captain w j watson the british ship. Charles ball was within the sandra straights. When krakatoa became an active volcano the blinding fall of sand and stone the intensive blackness above and around us broken only by the incessant glare of the very kinds of lightning the continued explosive roars of krakatoa. Made our situation a truly awful one at eleven pm. He says having stood off from the java shore win strong from the southwest the island west northwest eleven distant became more visible change of fire appearing to ascend and descend between the sky and it while the south west end of the island. There seemed to be a continued role of balls of white fire. The win though was strong and hot choking sulphurous with a smell of burning cinders. Today six million people live within a radius of sixty two miles around krakatoa and the many minor eruptions continued to enliven. The straight proved that the volcano has lost nothing of its vigor. It even gave birth in nineteen twenty seven to a new island anak krakatoa. The child of krakatoa has emerged gradually from the ocean. Over the years attaining a height of more than forty feet the day after it first appeared and exceeded one thousand feet today against this peaceful backdrop with the renewal of seismic activity noted in two thousand ten and eleven billion contract has just been signed for the construction of outlet enormous suspension bridge nineteen miles long connecting java sumatra just thirty miles from krakatoa very close to the underwater fall against twitch the indo australian plate his pressing with the persistence. The borders obstinance. Dare you have krakatoa and a tidal wave. That circled the earth three times. I'm kit crumb. Thank you for listening..

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"charles ball" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"charles ball" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Meanwhile, you have MSNBC host Mehdi Hasan suggesting that Donald Trump should be overly prosecuted for covert deaths. Yes, they the era of good feelings here, guys. There will be no recriminations. It's not gonna be about punishing the other side. It's not. It's not about viciousness or cruelty. It is simply about you know, bringing back a time of unity and togetherness that that's that's why we're now calling for the prosecution of the sitting president of the United States for the effects of global pens, and I could have killed millions of people all over the planet. Don't from 200,000 people presided over the death of hundreds of 1000 people preventable death here at home in the United States of America on that for me, you know you talk about morally abominable. It's sociopath it and I think people should be held to account. I think they should be prosecuted. The people behind these preventable deaths should be prosecuted when they leave office on January 20th. So this is this is where things stand in our culture right now is that people must be punished. People must be punished. Charles Ball has another terrible column in The New York Times. It's another weeks. Of course, he has another terrible, terrible column, saying just the same thing. And he says Joe Biden, as he has always said, is seeking to be a unifying president to be the president of the people who didn't vote for him as well as the ones who did. I want to have that same optimistic spirit by I admit my attempts at it may falter. I don't want to be the person who holds a grudge. But I also don't want to be the person who ignores a lesson. The act of remembering that so many Americans were willing to continue the harm to me and others into the country itself isn't spiteful. But wise So in other words, remember that So many people voted for Trump. They are the enemy. They are the enemy. Anybody who voted for Trump is the enemy. You know, I got Kareem Abdul Jabbar openly suggesting that We have to go after Hollywood stars who do not go along with the prevailing political norms. Right? Here's how it feels to be from for those who are not conservative to listen to the show, understand how it feels to be a conservative America. Okay. And thanks. Don't care about your feelings, but the facts happen to back up these particular feelings. Okay, There is a tsunami of institutional hatred against people who think differently, even left. The weapon is in control of the scientific establishment. The left is in control of the university establishment. They're in control of the media establishment. They're in control of the entertainment establishment. They're in control of the sports establishment. They're in control. Of the of the government establishment as well, particularly in the in the administrative state. It feels as though everywhere you turn there, people who are sneering at you. Now they're people on the hardcore left a good that's the way it should be. But if you are a good hearted liberal, and you wish to have open conversations with people, what you're gonna have to decide is whether you wish to make common cause with this new errors or whether you wish to make common cause with people who still believe in individual rights, Because here's the thing, there's a high correlation between the people who sneer at people who think differently. The people who wish to shut those people down and violate individual rights in the process. Kareem Abdul Jabbar has a piece in the Hollywood reporter means to perfect confluence of celebrity. Saying that celebrities deserve a legacy, killing backlash when they spread ignorance. Says the only thing people enjoy more than Washington celebrities rocketing Ascent International fame is watching an aging celebrities flaming plummet to the hard, cold ground, disgrace and obscurity. It is both a warning against hubris believing you're too famous to fall and reminder that the same people who made you popular can turn on you. Sounds like Bill Cosby and Harvey Weinstein committed heinous acts to obliterate their achievements. But social media has provided a weapon for others, submit instantaneous career suicide and destroy any good faith legacy. They spent a lifetime building like Howard Hughes, whose contributions to aviation and filmmaking were overshadowed by such eccentricities. Was collecting his own nail clippings in jars. These figures are obscuring their own careers. So he talked about Rudy Giuliani. And then he talks about JK Rowling. JK Rowling is super bad, terrible, terrible, terrible because JK Rowling says that boys and girls exist. Says Kareem Abdul Jabbar. She deserves the hatred. He says her anti trans tweet may not only damage the Harry Potter and fantastic beasts franchises, they could've changing her entire literary legacy. Even the stars of the movies. Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Eddie Redmayne has spoken out against her position. Well, you know if Eddie Redmayne says the thing who, well, then hold the Fort John Cleese is tone deaf defensive, Rowling left many fans bitterly disappointed, tarnishing his reputation. Then he goes after John Boy. And then he goes after Roseanne Barr. He goes after basically anybody who disagrees with him. Says many in view of many Americans abuse stars with political and social intelligence. They just don't have great success in one field can lead to the delusion that all your thoughts are great. Says the former basketball center who is now writing in the Hollywood reporter about politics. Yes, Yes, I can cancel it. It does. It's true. A lot of people who think that because they're famous, they know things and that interesting Kareem Abdul Jabbar. Irresponsibility of tweeting, irrational and harmful opinions. Two million's, regardless of the damaging consequences to their country or people's lives proves the stars deserve the harsh backlash again. We're back in the mode of All that matters here is the is the effect that it has on left his feelings. That's all that matters. And then there will be a backlash in all this, there will and it's gonna be ugly when it comes. Get two more of this in.

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"charles ball" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

10:02 min | 2 years ago

"charles ball" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Let's be honest about that all can not wait so they started an hour earlier than nine X. again this is if the situation you know that that the fuse if you have a tougher that would be all right we're gonna work through it and watch it anyway damn straight yeah absolutely so we're looking forward to that again it was supposed to be done after the NBA finals but obviously things have changed dramatically in the world of sports and sports television so the ten part series will begin Sunday April it's super interesting I saw this last night because we said it's like the behind the scenes look at Michael Jordan he's a god it's folklore for so much but it's not like a lebron who it's so transparent now we get to see so much of him we didn't see as much of that would Jordan because there wasn't as much behind the scenes you get that and he was talking to Richard Deitsch the other day he said when people see this footage I'm not sure they're going to be able to understand why I was so intense why I did the things I did after the way I acted and said the things I said when you see footage of me you're gonna start you're going to think I'm a horrible guy yeah well listen Michael Jordan was the guy who uses basketball hall of fame induction ceremony to call out some people probably one of the worst yeah hall of fame induction speeches it was a veritable it wasn't but you know what he gave us yeah the last dance no it gave us the greatest maybe the greatest meme of all time crying you're crying Jordan Catherine that holds you should keep entries and had a longer run than any team in history yes it did so it listen it's going to be phenomenal it's going to be great we're excited about it glad you're with us this morning as we got a lot to get to we got a mock draft coming up on a couple hours worked were day three mock draft picks nine through twelve we're gonna have people in those cities all those teams are selecting well we'll have reaction to that and player analysis were all set for real wild card yesterday at eight when it was a it was a very the cardinals the cardinals took at Henry rocks the first wide receiver off the board and just the idea my god of Henry Ruggs de Andre Hopkins and Larry fitzgerald but the farmers got that some time to throw those guys so in reality they might go off and live in I'm not saying but I'm just saying we might see some big boys go off the board yeah we will have to wait and see what will it quickly speaking of C. you can now see us on ESPN to sort of yeah or AFP is gone you guys ask and five weeks later you shall receive the spitting or V. hypnotic corpus no longer spinning at U. I. DS going through the light children now there is an array of pictures and things and logo's and stuff it's different is it a live video of us no but let's not get greedy shall we small steps there you go small CAP steps small steps all the way around so again we are presented by progressive insurance happy to be with you on this Thursday morning but what what is interesting is one thing we always like to do righties compare teams and dynasties in different areas you know how the how the warriors of today your last year because today the lawyers would get drawn by the chief but Jordan's bulls because the warriors this season have been terrible but up until the season how the warriors have fared and before that that the other dynasty and in terms of your just consistent excellence in the NBA was probably built the Lakers have won three straight championships in the early two thousand so Shaquille o'neal who was literally the largest part of that three peak there for the for the Lakers was on our guy show Ariel Helwani may show and basically he admitted something that is very hard for a premier athlete to admit to he was legit terrified by another player in his era and that player was none other than Michael Jeffrey Jordan finally revealed that when I first got it I was terrified because the reason I was terrified because as a kid it's like you're watching a value on the same call with Scott hello Sir greetings on I was a kid it's true you can fly you can bump you and still be there when you come this is in perfect condition he jokes that is crazy if you still the ball on the break all the fans understand nobody's going to doctors are ridiculously and when I was a kid was really true a lot of guys on you're not I saw you on TV but not on here you're not really that good but with everything you saw was a queue once I got over that so you don't play play a little better but good teams the one I would certainly do want to I knew it was going over here that's crazy to me this idea that we hear so many guys nowadays rookies coming into the league work eighteen nineteen twenty year old kids who talk about lebron like this is a guy that grew up watching like that with that sort of reference but we don't have the benefit of looking at their career like this is Shaquille o'neal a hall of Famer what we call the most dominant big of all time and he's the one saying I felt this way when you think about especially early check on him and leave what a freak show he was skinny Shaq yeah he's not that dude still wasn't the one to try yeah look it's hard for your generation because for my can I this is our wheel house right in the yeah Eichel Jordan is like you know DNA for us and and it's hard to try and compare and contrast the two because like you said everything is so much more out in the open with a project you get that peek behind the curtain that curtain was up for a reason with the bulls may date that was how they that was how they dealt with it but we reach on the calls that had a great Q. and a with Scotty Pippin Steve Kerr I don't know when they take to because they're all the same room together so imagine was a while ago but basically talk about how competitive Jordan was and there was a great little story that Jordan would bet with people on the bench on the video board you know where we're someone run around the track who's going to win right right yeah where's the ball under which a cap or whatever in Jordan would get the information ahead of time from the guys running the video board and would still bet those guys a hundred Bucks but where it was going to be and the only way the other guys would wind is everyone's well they got to go first but every time Jordan got to go first he knew ahead of it that's how competitive he was he one of the advantage at about a hundred Bucks with the guy sitting on the bench about what's going to happen on video Michael Jordan used to bet with people when they get to the airport on whose luggage would come out first and he'd go and pay off the ground crew there so they would bring his out first like there is no limit to where he would go to try and catch it up here and think about the amount of that's when it got real well that he would make the amount of money that would go on what I saw was all scores or were ever forgetting the casinos we you know we knew knew he liked to gamble as well but the incredible story there's a great story to Charles Barkley told I think I'm Dan Patrick show one time about that where they were on the same golf course in Charles ball was in Michael's line on the green and Charles like I'm just gonna put this out Michael's like Charles pick up your ball is like what you want to give you want me to give you a line on this he's like what he's like you got money this putt draws like yeah you know I got a few hundred Bucks on this Michael goes I've got three hundred grand on this so can you and Charles because I picked up the ball that sounds about unbelievable there's also a great story where he was at a casino all night long and he was down big and he said the only way to come back from being down there just to keep playing and they played till like two o'clock in the morning and it finally flipped and he got it all back we can't tell you right see I told you got to keep playing it was like we don't have your infinite resources through this at some point the rest of us need to tap I don't normally you call it a day you start chasing the normally get in a bigger hole but his goals where you deeper than the rest of our whole and we're you know it's been a shovel yeah exactly right but I so looking forward to this because of some of the story it's gonna be great but now to the point about Shaq is saying he was terrified of Michael Jordan which leads to the next thing right what would your Lakers team do against the Jordan ball and she acted the thing that we all do even though I don't think you can he believes it the three peat Lakers in their primes would it be in those bowls in their prize one user wrote why because I will kill it moved along right good morning yeah so two factors Myanmar three closure so now the question is Lakers my problem Chicago whose real judges is he with us I think he's with them because he was with them for a so he will try to hack a Shaq so do you still have about twenty to twenty the Cuban free throws so you know with me is always fifty fifty is all along while doing all we went through those but you know I love this conversation I was in this room I think everybody by now well I am amazed at the honesty though usually it's repeated we killed what would be called blah blah blah but it's like may depend on my free throws started ways I got to know quite a bit about that put me on the free throw line and is he said I'm fifty fifty that literally I guess it all that reverence for Jordan went right Luc Longley said well yeah I mean there's reverence for Michael Jordan you do have Kobe Bryant a younger Kobe Bryant but you know we know with the tenacious as of Kobe and Shaq just felt that good about himself with the domination of what she what she wanted to dominate the middle of all of the group that he talked about from Chicago but also he would have been a detriment the free throw line still taking Jordan I'm still taking Jordan Pippen Rodman taking those guys just repeat the late three Lakers team from the early two thousands probably incorrectly gets left out of those because we always do the seventy two and ten bowls or seventy three and I'm worried because of the record but those Lakers T. for freakish isn't it amazing the two things we have about well what if they were to stay together for them and then for the bulls what if Michael Jordan didn't try to play baseball right I mean what you years eve V. because both of them were threes and they could have certainly been much longer three PP rockets got to then Michael came back another three.

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"charles ball" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"charles ball" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"The winner of the NBA two K. players for the fest two K. player in the NBA joining us right now what is going on most mainstream into K. two yeah how do you feel about being absent and there's a good luck charm I see the puzzles are good luck charm here man feels good bro is it sounds of shield us from beginning it was gonna be me and the odds are in the championship and you know that's how I ended out but overall my nose is a really good time it was a good time because he got bragging rights he was talking with Ronnie two K. postmatch NBA horse competition will start tomorrow night on ESPN featuring a player Trae young Chris Paul's acclimate and my colleague in the NBA WNBA legend Tamika Catchings a hall of Famer by the way L. alley quickly from the Chicago sky in two of ESPN's analysts and former NBA greats Paul Pearson Chauncey Billups Jaylen rose sizes up the field Charles ball ball ball you know that's my guy member of bad boys two indeed sorry they won the championship in two thousand and four however a current player especially Trae young with unlimited range cannot be losing to a retired player I have to go Trae young with that match up fair enough about to make of the new hall of Famer going up against Mike Conley Mike Conley is in trouble to make it really has games she's versatile and I think about a horse people got to sleep on it just about how you should do three it's about finding your pet Shotton keeping possession Zach living no dunking against your body Paul Pierce who's going to win Greenhow worker Paul peers that means I get a chance to see him walk and watching me he'll walk look like two seventy year old man I'm going with Zach Levine on this one we'll talk about that postgame I told him get on their block turn over the left shoulder turn over the right shoulder and the mid range is a lost art for the old fellows you gotta play mate range don't just fall in love with the three point shot but I'm rooting for my god Shaughnessy and I was the room for the truth to do well and represent and finally have a C. P. three and Allie Quigley who delight I'm going to CP three on this one he's a wizard with the basketball he also again mid range shots continue to keep possession it ain't about just making a half court shot is about making your shot and making the person follow you that's where people lose in horse you ain't got a goal behind a back between the legs and shoot it over your head just keep possession and shoot your shot constantly if you're going to win there are no easy answers right now the Adam silver for flex values conversation with Rachel the right thing to do was to suspend the operation of this looking at every possible scenario you try to restart and the salvage the season should we consider restarting without fans if you had a group of players and staff around them and you can test them and you can follow some protocol doctors health officials may say it's safe to play certainly still up in the air as to when and if the NBA does return there will be an interesting dynamic going you tell where there is a rift between Rudy Gobert Donovan Mitchell both the tested positive for covert nineteen both now symptom free but Mitchell still has ill will towards his teammate for how gold bear carefree reacted and handled the situation at the start putting Mitchell and others at risk Freddie Coleman on that dynamic as I think on that basketball team revolves around Donovan Mitchell and I don't know if he was speaking for everybody but I get the sense he's not the only one that had either felt that weight was feeling that way about Rudy go bare infecting members of the basketball team maybe other guys were infected we don't know Donovan Mitchell the one case that we do know we don't have any other Utah Jazz members or even people that organization may have been affected at the end we notice you know how locker room dynamics can be affected and once you get something like this that's there and the leader that lock room is still bent at that person is really really hard to flip that around up and have everything be cool by yeah that's not the documents was not going to do that but if he keeps having stolen his face at Rudy go bare he's the one that's the leader of that organization in that locker room they're not gonna be guys in that locker room with the fi down image they do give up on it that's going to be an interesting dynamic when they do alternately play who's the best player in the coming N. F. L. draft bill still joins us with answers on the other side the NFL draft it's going to go number one in this draft this call is going to go number one in the draft no matter who calls I believe jobs are always going to go number one in this draft there may be no game doctor says no high fives but were also part of the team and we all have a role to.

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"charles ball" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"charles ball" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I win this thing I want my little bro do you hate it when you see I came out the other side everybody's talking about Terry was talking about is a boy DA got there without using the Lakers order of books yes Sir there it is Booker defeated Heaton to games to none there's a lot of trash talk in there and they all sons finals on ESPN earning bragging rights as well as a hundred thousand dollar donation to the charity of his choice is those being direct relief in the Arizona food bank and network Booker went undefeated in the bracket over the past two weeks we've got the winner of the one of the first to clear player in the NBA joining us right now what is going on most men's unit to cater yeah how do you feel about being absent and there's a good luck charm I see the puzzles are good looks and feels good bro is it down to field a session beginning was gonna be me and beyond during the championship and now let's find out overall my nose is a really good sign yeah it was a good time because you got bragging rights he was talking with Ronnie two K. postmatch NBA horse competition will start tomorrow night on ESPN featuring a player Trae young Chris Paul's activate and my colleague in the NBA WNBA legend Tamika Catchings a hall of Famer by the way L. alley quickly from the Chicago sky in two of ESPN's analysts and former NBA greats Paul Pearson Chauncey Billups Jaylen rose sizes up the field Charles ball ball ball you know that's my guy member of bad boys two indeed sorry they won a championship in two thousand and four however a current player especially Trae young with unlimited range cannot be losing to a retired player I have to go Trae young with that match up they are not allowed to make of the new hall of Famer going up against Mike Conley Mike Conley is in trouble to make it really has games he's versatile and the thing about horse people got to sleep on it just about how you shoot the three it's about finding your pet Shotton keeping possession Zach living no dunking against your body Paul Pierce who's going to win Greenlee I work with Paul Pierce that means I get a chance to see him walk and watching me and he'll walk look like two seventy year old man I'm going with Zach Levine on this one we'll talk about that postgame I told them get on their block turn over the left shoulder turn over the right shoulder and the mid range there's a lost art for the old fellows you gotta play mid range don't just fall in love with the three point shot but I'm rooting for my guy Johnson and I was the room for the truth to do well and represent as well they have a C. P. three and Allie Quigley who delight I'm going to C. P. three on this one he's a wizard with the basketball he also again mid range shots continue to keep possession it ain't about just making a half court shot is about making your shot and making the person follow you that's where people lose in horse you ain't got a goal behind a back between the legs and shoot it over your head just keep possession and shoot your shot constantly if you're going to win no easy answers right now the Adam silver for flex values conversation with Rachel the right thing to do was to suspend the operation of the season looking at every possible scenario to try to restart and the salvage the season should we consider restarting our fans if you had a group of players and staff around them and you can test them and you can follow some protocol doctors health officials may say it's safe to play certainly still up in the air as to when and if the NBA does return there will be an interesting dynamic tone you tell where there is a rift between Rudy Gobert Donovan Mitchell both the tested positive for covert nineteen both now symptom free but Mitchell still has ill will towards his teammate for how gold they are carefree reacted and handled the situation at the start putting Mitchell and others at risk Freddie Coleman on that dynamic is nothing on that basketball team revolves around Donovan Mitchell and I don't know if he was speaking for everybody but I get the sense he's not the only one that has either felt that way or is feeling that way about Rudy go bare infecting members of the basketball team maybe other guys were affected we don't know Donovan Mitchell the one case that we do know we don't have any of the Utah Jazz members or even people that organization may have been affected at the end we know this you know how locker room dynamics can be affected and once you get something like this that's there and the leader that locker room is still bent at that person is really really hard to flip that around and have everything be coup by ya that's not the documents was not going to do that but if he keeps having stole his face at Rudy go bare he's the one that's the leader of that organization in that locker room they're not gonna be guys in that locker room of the fight down amid say do give up on it that's gonna be an interesting dynamic when they do ultimately play who's the best player in the coming in F. L. draft Phil Steele joins us with answers on the other side NFL draft it's going to go number one this call is going to go number one in the draft calls I believe if you go number one in this draft there may be no game doctor says no high fives but we're also part of the team and we all have a role.

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"charles ball" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"charles ball" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"To the solution so you'd better watch out all right over thank you Nicky this Corio who is the criminal well I am rather difficult but I think the rat and stole the cigarette and he has been living in terror of most cell and that he did it to ride him everybody goes well except that the when the gun was shot off you seem to know just what was happening and he yeah made quite sure that the bullet yeah learn and not himself and I think that was all set up so that he could switched cigarette thank you was Corio Mr McKelvey who do you think is the criminal well I am Mr meet your guess is an answer I'll probably miss them but that I against the bill barn there because of the fact that he showed up in the office opposite the sharpshooter with the vest on so that there was any poor shooting even want another one going to be here you also happen to have a cigarette case miss Parker he could have been the man to make the change in the car and they're being a politician he probably is way out in the final analysis thank you miss Korea Mr McKelvey alone just a moment how successful you were as I'm sure detectives what's your judgment reasons cards fanning worker that listing middle appraiser earning no the evidence and therefore the killer of moves so was filled point nine and politician I want to get it by the rifle ball by mistake how you were going to elevate the clue in this case is psychological but it is incontestable as a fingerprint consider the situation in your office that two days ago so one of his henchman in trying to kill a singing rap fired a shot the struck Billboard by mistake how did going react like an old lady gonna start yes well I was so shocked by his narrow escape from death so unnerved the bluebird like a scared child yes when at the height of excitement I offered him a cigarette he refused it went right into the judge the rat consular wicker Ernie even your dad and Nikki were also shaken by the murders attack that you gratefully accepted the cigarette to suit your nerves yes Brian the man most immediately involved the men would actually been struck by the bullets although on hers the man who threw a fit of hysterics Boeing refused to smoke conclusion bill barn is not a smoking man's bill going doesn't smoke at all if you were a smoker even a light smoker he would have grabbed a cigarette in his condition Ellery if one isn't a smoker why did they carry a cigarette case around with it you did that day you said yourself with the rival yes Nikki why did born and non smoker carry a cigarette case since it wasn't because he smoked then that case in the cigarettes and it must've served an entirely different purpose I see it now yes that we know one of Moscow's specially monogram cigarettes was substituted for the hollow and with the evidence and therefore the thief must have come to your office with a cigarette he'd stolen from those in advance in other words came prepared to make a switch of cigarettes if the opportunity arose and went to the four suspects did come prepared obviously the man who carried a cigarette case but didn't smoke then if you're Nabil born right away there's a good chance he still has that document with its precious evidence on him right and that ladies and gentlemen you have the solution to the mystery I want to thank ms and Corey and Mr Alford Mattel before appearing as guest on chat effective this evening next week I'm going to tell about a case on head which will remind you of one the battle the great Sherlock himself it's about a man who goes into his house for a number Allah and disappears I call my case the adventure of Mr short and Mister long we should listen next Thursday at the same time using the ventures of Ellery queen is by Charles ball and asks the adventures of Ellery queen from January seventh nineteen forty three but the singing.

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"charles ball" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

12:16 min | 2 years ago

"charles ball" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"That made it easy for overseers or slave drivers or slave owners it made it easy for them to see the progress of insulate people as they were moving across the field everybody's lined up you can see how far everyone is moving so the positioning of the overseer is one of the things that north of highlights here right the positioning is really important overseers up on horseback and you can imagine like somebody who is standing ten feet tall and how much they could see as opposed to somebody who is five and a half or six feet tall right so overseers on horseback would literally see over watch over the work of enslaved people and overseers would use the whip to continue to compel inflate people to do this work right north of rights that the lashes is constantly moving all day long people are being with the sound of the lashes like a constant background noise for plantation labor so the labour of cotton shape inflate people's lives and at the same time the crop cotton reshaped the United States so cotton change the nation's geography and also chains it also changed the nation's economy we look at the slide and other contacts and I pointed out the early statehood of Louisiana eighteen twelve Mississippi and Alabama right this movement of people into what's now the Deep South right what was then called the old south west so we can see here like the movement of the nation into these spaces when we look at these maps we can think about other aspects of what's actually happening when the states are being created so these maps connect the movement of people to the movement or the expansion of cotton production so you can see two big things here the top map is eighteen twenty the bottom half is eighteen forty and each of the dots represent I think it was two thousand bales of cotton the two basic things right one eighteen forty there are a lot more data than there were in eighteen twenty there's a lot more cotton being produced as a nineteenth century was progressing and the other thing you can see is that the shift in where that production was happening it was being concentrated around the Mississippi River the production of cotton was moving into new spaces south and west as the nineteenth century progressed so the people and the work of cotton moved south and west of the nineteenth century progress so the map as representing cotton bales where these things are being produced right but implicit in this map right are the people who are forced to do the labor of producing cotton so each of these dots represent some dozens or hundreds or thousands of enslaved people moved into the south and into the west to produce this cotton so the map is a representation not only of the the movement of people across the country the movement of cotton production but also movement of enslavement right the transformation of the geography of slavery I mentioned few weeks back when we're talking about the late colonial period I mentioned that the slave population in North America by the late seventeen hundreds was experiencing a natural increase the population was going up even beyond the numbers of enslaved people who were being imported in eighteen oh eight the US banned the import of enslaved Africans through the Atlantic slave trade so legally there were not new insulate people being brought into the country but even after that the population continued to grow eighteen ten there are about one point one million slaves in the US in eighteen thirty there are about two million slaves in the US in eighteen forty there about two point five million so in the early eighteen hundreds massive numbers of these people were moved south and west and what historians have come to describe as the second middle passage and this is of course a reference to the you know the the main middle passage the first middle passage with which we talked about it transfer of people across the Atlantic Ocean in the bottoms of slave ships right twelve million people extracted from Africa and transported to the Americans the second it'll passage describes this movement massive movement of enslaved people into cotton producing territory so between eighteen hundred in eighteen sixty an estimated one million people were moved into these territories and so this is I contemporary image this kind of representing our is a representation of what was called a castle and this is in a critical term for us I don't know if you'll be able to read that actually so powerful is basically the term that was used for a group of inflate people chained together forced to walk over long distances right and this is a couple that was being moved from Virginia Tennessee so from the old tobacco producing regions of the country chiefly into new war spaces that were being intended for cultivating cotton and it's like a man named Charles ball describe what it was like to be part of a powerful as he was moving from Maryland to South Carolina so I think this this images is a is useful as a contemporary representation but this image actually I think gives us some more texture to see what it would have actually been like right Paul wrote this about being in a couple the women were tied together with a rope about the size of a bed cord which was tied like a holds around the neck of each but for the man a strong iron collar was closely fitted by means of a padlock round each of our necks a chain of iron about a hundred feet long was passed through the hassle of each padlock in addition to this we were handcuffed in pairs and so you can get a little bit of a better sense of the force connection of people in the same as you can see that these two guys in the front are chained together at the wrist and that this guy on the front right is chained by the ankle to people behind him and so this is on an obvious level like awful right people being bound together and forced to walk long distances to a new life in a different kind of enslavement but there are little things that I think you might not think about when you consider how difficult the situation would be so people are forced to walk all day and then at night they're forced to try to sleep but often there wasn't enough slack in a row or the chains to allow them to actually live down people were bound together in pairs and when one person needed to go to the bathroom they often had to stay bound to the person to whom they were changed right and so the the concept of privacy it's kind of a radic hated in some ways by the bonds of a couple so the second middle passage moves people in substantial numbers from the states of the upper south end of the east coast that upper south Maryland Virginia North Carolina Delaware a bit as well right into the Deep South into the cotton producing regions Mississippi Louisiana Alabama increasingly Texas as well right one of the interesting things in and really wanna terrifying prospect to think about a lot of people were moved over land but a number also transported overseas and so you can imagine people being born into a ship in Norfolk people who had heard stories from ancestors from older folks about the middle passage and then being put into a ship and not really knowing what was going to happen to them right not knowing what kind of experience they might have on that ship as it would sailed likely into a place like New Orleans so slave traders most of people who are sold in the second it'll passage were sold from states like Maryland Virginia slave traders would by people and leave them on a track or lead them on an ocean voyage with the goal of selling them to cotton planters it was like a middle passage I think illuminates and allows us to see some of the human realities of the growth of the system of slavery so there's an institution is growing in an institution that's expanding but we have to think about the marching of the people right the forced movement of individuals as slavery moved and expanded write the expansion of slavery was the movement of people so this was it another kind of power that slave owners exercise as well right slave owners had the power to move people to force them to do work in other places this is university of Maryland professor Christopher Bonner on the internet slave society so I've gotten is changing the geography of the United States it was also changing the nation's economy slave trading was part of this right slave trading was a big business in the nineteenth century there was slave trading firms in Baltimore and Richmond and here you see one in Alexandria that's being sort of inspected and photographed by union troops during the civil war slave trading firms in Baltimore in Richmond had connections with slave traders in places like New Orleans and mobile Alabama and so the south was being linked together by the business of of trading slaves of moving and slave people and the business of slave trading so this is an interior shot of this slave market essentially in jail right where people would be held waiting for sale in Alexandria the business of slave trading was part of a larger set of economic relationships and and I just want to highlight here on this money from Alabama how important slavery in cotton production work to the economy right inflate people were literally on the money in some parts of the south so with the business of slave trading became a part of a set of economic relationships that were bound to that were connected to cotton production and so this better relationships reach far beyond the U. S. south an example of this is the consolidated does the Asian consolidated association of planners a Louisiana just the APL as I will call it because that is a mouthful he was organized in eighteen twenty seven and essentially it was a bank it links cotton planners English investors and Louisiana government so what we're seeing here is basically a sketch of how this organization worked investors in England bought bonds from the C. apio is the a PO would loan money to slave owners in Louisiana as slave owners would put up land and slave people as collateral right so if they fail they might have to surrender a number of enslaved people to the bank label owners would use the cash that they got from the C. A. P. L. to live their daily lives right they would use it to buy land and slaves to buy cotton seed to buy a fancy velvet coat if that's what they wanted to do right it was a bank they could do whatever they wanted with this money re paying these loans when slave owners repay their loans.