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Cavaliers make 19 3s in 115-99 win over champion Bucks
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The Rich, Wealthy Claim to Be Victims
"If race is now the sole immutable barometer of who is a victim who was a victimizer, then LeBron James Jay-Z Kane west Chris Rock Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey are always to be among the eternally oppressed. Well, what did the LeBron James say? He scared to walk out of his house? Out of his mansion, yeah. That's exactly right. They're the eternal oppressed. The enormous influence power status and wealthy wield never negates their victimhood. Despite a nation three generations into affirmative action. In the immoral calculus of WOAK the poor white or Southeast Asian offspring of poorly paid high school dropouts constitute the privileged. And a multi millionaire racist like the TV anchorwoman joy read. Claims to be the perpetual victim. Not the inner city African American retiree
Booker, Paul lead Suns past depleted Jazz, 115-109
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Locals Founder Dave Rubin on His Merger With Rumble
"With us right now, is a friend of mine and the founder of locals, which is now merged with rumble. Congratulations to all behind it, including the founder, and he's one of the smartest and one of the most courageous fighters for free speech. On the planet, Dave Rubin, Dave, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Smartest and courageous, Charlie, our guys sent you the paperwork I see. I think it's good to see you. Now I omitted handsome because that would be weird. That would be weird. I like your hat. Thank you. It wouldn't be weird for you, but that's a separate issue. We can talk about that if you want. Not really. So, Dave, first, congratulations. Locals is amazing. We're starting to use it more and more. You're part of this parallel economy. Talk about it. You're an entrepreneur. It got acquired or merged with rumble. So walk us through that. Yeah, you know the truth is that for guys like us and all of the people that are now online and in mainstream media who talk about the problems of the world for a living, there is a value in talking. And then at some point, if you don't do anything about it, you're just talking. And then I would say you get ultimately diminishing returns on that. So all of us were screaming about big tech and were upset about shadow banning and de boosting an algorithmic tricks and all of this stuff. And I thought, all right, well, I've talked to a lot of people. No one seems to be willing to do anything. I guess I'll build something. And that really about three and a half years ago was the genesis of locals. I thought, well, what do I need as a creator? I want to own my video on my audio. I want to own the user data. I want to be able to communicate directly with my own audience without having to go through YouTube or Twitter or Facebook or Instagram, et cetera, et cetera. And we started building a really great product that also allowed my audience to subscribe to my stuff in essence so that I could actually make some money by producing, hopefully worthwhile content. And the company really grew really fast. I was able to get a great team of investors to help us bring on more programmers and just the right architects to build a really nice and I would say elegant product. And then the rumble guys came along and you know a bit about Chris ober rumble and the other people over there. And I thought, well, you know, you can fight alone, meaning I could build a great product and I can try to fight Google myself. And you know that David guy did beat Goliath, so maybe Dave can beat Google. But sometimes it's good to have a team too. You can think about as team sports so you can think Lord of the Rings or whatever. It's good to have some other people around you in the battle. And we just saw a great opportunity to merge what we're doing, which is subscription based solutions with what rumble is doing, which is sort of underbelly of the Internet, replace Amazon AWS, but also the front facing video YouTube side of things, so to speak. And we've
Fox lifts Rangers past Kings 3-2 in SO
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Cilic upsets No. 5 Rublev to reach 4th round
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DeAngelo leads Hurricanes to 6-3 win over Rangers
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Sen. Collins, Sen. Coons Publish Letter 5 Years Ago in Favor of Filibuster
"Senators Collins coons this is the Democrat creep from Delaware Lead effort to preserve 60 vote threshold for legislation It's only less than 5 years ago Less than 5 years ago U.S. senator Susan Collins and Chris Coons led a bipartisan group of 61 senators in writing The Senate leadership urging them to preserve the 60 threshold for legislation It's the filibuster Quote this letter demonstrates the majority of the Senate both Republicans and Democrats can come together to protect an important tradition of the Senate that recognizes the rights of the minority and makes bipartisan legislation more likely said senator Collins After the contentious some polarized debate of the past few weeks I am hopeful that this letter indicates a new determination by a bar partisan group of more than 60 senators To move forward to solve the pressing problems facing our nation Democrats want the Senate to work and we are willing to partner with our colleagues across the aisle If we can get things done for the American people said senator
Undermanned Pacers stun Curry, Warriors 121-117 in overtime
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Suns rally late to beat Mavs 109-101, sweep 5-game road trip
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Pascal Siakam has triple-double, Raptors beat Bucks 103-96
"Pascal Pascal Siakam Siakam posted posted his his second second career career triple triple double double in in the the raptors raptors overcame overcame a a fifteen fifteen point point deficit deficit to to beat beat the the box box one one oh oh three three ninety ninety six six C. C. acting acting had had thirty thirty points points ten ten assists assists and and ten ten rebounds rebounds for for Toronto Toronto which which is is three three and and versus versus the the defending defending champs champs this this season season Gee Gee I I don't don't know know B. B. added added twenty twenty four four points points and and help help the the raptors raptors hold hold the the box box to to a a season season low low thirty thirty four four percent percent shooting shooting Fred Fred vanvleet vanvleet chipped chipped in in seventeen seventeen points points for for Toronto Toronto Chris Chris Boucher Boucher had had fifteen fifteen impressed impressed in in that that you you were were finished finished with with fourteen fourteen and and ten ten rebounds rebounds yes yes a a tentacle tentacle Paul Paul led led Milwaukee Milwaukee with with thirty thirty points points making making all all seventeen seventeen of of his his free free throws throws but but going going six six of of seventeen seventeen from from the the field field I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Does Covid Increase the Risk of Stillbirth or Newborn Death?
"This new article came out today. I sat on Google news, which is that COVID-19 new study shows risk a severe illness and stillbirths for unvaccinated pregnant women. So they say to prevent stillbirths, this according to Forbes CBS News isn't an interesting and you mentioned this earlier doctor how they're able to kind of get it to every single type of news outlet very quickly. It's almost like there was an operation mockingbird that was stood up in the 1960s and 70s. So they want you to get vaccinated to prevent a stillbirth. So here's the interesting thing. So we have the data. We have the control sample. We call it 2020. We didn't have vaccines. If stillbirths were poppin, as a consequence of being COVID infected, we would have seen it in that data strongly. And it didn't start showing up until recently, and now they're saying, it must be because you're unvaccinated. Now, there's no data for that. It's unsubstantiated. It's medical misinformation without the data to back it up is propaganda, what it is at this stage. We don't have the data.
Does the COVID-19 Vaccine Affect Fertility? Drs. Martenson and Kory Weigh In
"Guys see any evidence at all whatsoever and I want to start with you, doctor mortenson, which around a link between infertility and the vaccine or any sort of disturbing trends in that regard. Absolutely. So one of the things so I got two YouTube strikes. One was when I ran his Senate testimony. And so that got taken down. I got a YouTube strike for that. And the second one was when I pointed out that the yellow card system in the UK had shown 30,000 women had reported reproductive cycle issues, right? Their menstrual cycles were thrown off. They were having ultra heavy bleeding, clotting, cramping, all kinds of stuff. And there's 30,000 reports. And so what I noted was I went back to the Pfizer safety data which they had put out as part of their application. And I said, of all the side effects they possibly list, which is part of informed consent, they didn't even mention something that was striking so many women you couldn't have missed it. So I pointed that out and then I got a strike for that because I was medical misinformation. Now it's getting more widely known and women are writing about it. There was a big reason article that I think broke that open a little bit. But now it's whenever I post that and I say, hey, look, here's this thing. Women's reproductive cycles are messed up. By definition, that's a fertility issue. When you put that up, women just start pouring in with their personal anecdotes around this. And it's just it's a thing, right? It's huge. One of the I was listening to a talk by an expert in obstetrics and gynecology and when one of her statements always kind of stuck with me, she said that, you know, a normal menstrual cycle is literally one of the signals of health of a woman. And so when you have abnormal abnormalities in the menstrual cycles, I mean, it's indicative of a real disturbance to their health. And so I find that data alarming, the miscarriage data that's actually in one of the original trials was alarming.
Dr. Pierre Kory and Dr. Chris Martenson on Ivermectin and a Potential Cover-Up
"We now know from a document from project veritas that major Joe Murphy and the darpa document page four wrote that Ivermectin works throughout all phases of the illness because it both inhibits viral replication and modulates the immune response, things that you've been talking about. This document was hidden in a secret folder. Does that make either of you think that they've known that Ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine works this entire time from the top levels and are we witnessing a cover up? Well, we know that hydroxychloroquine is actually in an NIH paper around original SAAR. So classic SARS comes out in 2002 and three. By 2005, there was a paper out from NIH researchers saying hydroxychloroquine is an effective potent inhibitor of this, at least in an in vitro setting and also a mouse model, I believe. So they knew that. They knew that early on. And if you look at the so I call the, you know, this repurposed drug war. So this PR campaign on Ivermectin, the war and I have met in 2021. If, you know, the fact that they waged that war in 2020 through these fraudulent research studies fraudulent papers mentions the YouTube you could talk about. That can be explained by the fact infectious best explained by the fact they knew it
My Conversation with Dr. Pierre Kory and Dr. Chris Martenson
"We go. We are here with two special guests. Doctor martinson and doctor Corey, thank you guys for joining our show. Great. Thanks for having us. Good to be here. So let's just kind of have you guys introduce yourselves. Doctor Corey, you first. Okay. Yeah, so I'm a lung and ICU specialist. I spent my whole career in academia teaching. So I was known as an educator. I used to run a training program for doctors and my specialty would do ICU and lung medicine. And in COVID, you know, I like to say that I was a pulmonary pulmonary critical care physician at a time when the world got hit with the pulmonary and critical care pandemic. And I think I showed up, you know, I showed up. Me and my colleagues that we now formed a group called the frontline COVID-19 critical care alliance. And these are some of my close colleagues. We came together and all we've tried to do is figure out how best to treat this disease. So we put together protocols. We've researched the ends of the earth about anything that works and we put together really affected protocols. And what we've been trying to do is try to give folks agency and give providers physicians and people knowledge on how to treat this. And I'm really proud of that work. Our organization and the protocols have really made it around the world. And it's made a big difference. And you know, I'm really excited to be a part of it, so I'm glad to be here to talk about it today. It's safe millions of lives and it's protected liberty. The suppression of early treatments, I believe has been directly correlated to civilizational changes. If you have early treatments, then a lot of these other things that we've seen wouldn't have happened and as bad as America feels it's actually there's a lot of countries in the western world that are far
Booker, Ayton help NBA-leading Suns beat Pacers, 112-94
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Tennis Hall of Famer Chris Evert says she has ovarian cancer
"A a tennis tennis legend legend says says she's she's battling battling cancer cancer in in a a story story posted posted on on ESPN ESPN dot dot com com tennis tennis star star in in TV TV analyst analyst Chris Chris Evert Evert is is revealing revealing that that she she was was diagnosed diagnosed with with early early stage stage of of ovarian ovarian cancer cancer the the sixty sixty seven seven year year old old hall hall of of Famer Famer won won eighteen eighteen grand grand slam slam titles titles and and was was the the number number one one women's women's tennis tennis player player for for years years in in the the nineteen nineteen seventies seventies and and eighties eighties she she told told journalists journalists Chris Chris McKendry McKendry she she learned learned of of the the cancer cancer last last month month and and this this week week began began chemotherapy chemotherapy treatments treatments her her sister sister Jean's Jean's untimely untimely death death from from ovarian ovarian cancer cancer in in twenty twenty twenty twenty eventually eventually lead lead ever ever to to discover discover she she too too shares shares a a pathogenic pathogenic variant variant of of the the Brock Brock a a one one gene gene she she had had a a preventive preventive hysterectomy hysterectomy in in early early December December and and her her cancer cancer was was discovered discovered soon soon afterward afterward in in the the ESPN ESPN story story ever ever admitted admitted to to being being nervous nervous saying saying she she has has no no idea idea how how she'll she'll respond respond but but takes takes comfort comfort in in knowing knowing the the chemotherapy chemotherapy is is to to ensure ensure that that the the cancer cancer does does not not come come back back I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king
Monica Crowley Was the 'First Casualty of Trump'
"Welcome back to one on one with me, Sebastian gorka, and Monica Crowley. Will you just share with our listeners, the lessons learned or what you'd like to tell them after your experience? Because as my good friend Chris plant says who has the morning show in D.C., the aim is very simple. The aim is to prevent decent people from ever considering serving a conservative administration. So what is your message after you stepped into the arena as well and paid the price? Yes, well, thank you for that question. That was a very dark time for me. So I appreciate your asking. Yeah, originally, I was going into the Trump administration with general Flynn. I was going to be the strategic communications director for the NOC. And I was mercilessly mercilessly attacked with lies and smears and it was a relentless campaign to try to remove me. What I didn't understand in retrospect is that they were targeting me they didn't care about me. They were targeting general Flynn, and of course Donald Trump. So I was in the crossfire. But I also now know in retrospect because this was January of 2017 that they were targeting Flynn and now we all know that. And what better way than to remove the person who was going to be on TV radio and in print every day, defending Flynn and defending the administration's foreign policies, me. So they had to remove me to isolate Flynn in order to attack him. So they smeared with a pack of lies. And I will say that the lesson here is twofold. One, I was the first casualty of Trump to, when you go into government like this, you assume that everybody is on the same side and they're
"chris never" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
"All kinds boy six. I'm going to say bellevue boys. Sixteen aside. lv about twelve. And last one peterborough versus wolverhampton. Must be all go wolverhampton boy calling to them peaceable a six chris never say this rise at him boy we got. That concludes stupid predictions vanegas. We yeah anybody that wants to join in by the way. It's just get just put you up on the show pox before or on facebook or on twitter during the during the week. I mean obviously we will any tycoons before the guy the guy but yeah you can taipa you even if you get one right you going to get in front of lance unless lawrence is going to come off the seat and predict tomorrow's result says i won't bellevue not to in the league for at least two years. Not three was the less means. Funds can sing in two thousand twenty thirty years of hurt me when rush well. I think you've gotta cy wolves five as it stands as sounds probably. Yes a long way to go yet. I'm still absolutely absolutely well. We'll just have One last updates on the plymouth mason give lawrence's still wake and definitely is oh. Lawrence has come up with a prediction for tomorrow by twelve. Ooh i want what he being smoking. You really dance methanol. They only because steven didn't push for home in not three celtel nuts. Now's the league not throw and thirty all at plymouth. where is matches. isn't that good good. Think it's comfort visit i. That'd be good for birmingham for scunthorpe. Not not so win that much. But sorry that's get all birmingham centric once again right. Well thank you very very much everybody. It's been great again. Thank you for your Participation crump from three rides. The man's back and i'm not knows we'll see you next week. I care mainly the meantime..
"chris never" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Man, he got it looking at Chris. I knew it. I knew it. I was wonder if he was gonna ask me because I had it. You had it, huh? Good for you. That was what 1973 blue that dinner, Chris. Never mind like 1967 1919 hundreds, right? Yeah, but it was in the 19 hundreds. Think about this. Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani is one of the most honorable politicians in America. But last Tuesday, Joe Biden administration Decided that they want to search his New York apartment and office, seizing the records and Elektronik devices. You know what this is? It's payback. It's pay back for Joe Biden because it's well known that Rudy Giuliani exposed the Biden crime family and they're illegal. And at least unethical dealings with numerous foreign governments, foreign countries, including Ukraine in China. Mm. You know, let's face it, Joe Biden, his crooked deviant son, Hunter Biden? Yeah, come on. He was involved with China involved with the Ukraine. And we know that he pushed the Ukrainian government to fire the prosecutor that was investigating. Poor little hunter. Think about that. It's like something you hear about in Communist regimes or banana Republics. You never heard about this stuff in America. Democrats. They haven't heard about the bad it either. They always got about another 3.5 years of it. So here we go. What we said earlier in the show. Remember all of this stuff? To be fairly temporary. All can be fixed. It can all be changed back, but you're worth talking about Medicare. Today's show is well with the Medicare advantage plans. You don't need to sign up for party or by a Medigap policy like traditional Medicare. You're also shoved into co pays deductibles and other Anna Pa Tik expenses. In many cases, the advantage policies.
"chris never" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"You know, way something about Christmas. Makes you wish it was Christmas three. See the joy in the Children's eyes. Way says Christmas Never go, were you What would be Something. Something about this, Mr Mace, you is Christmas every day in every way. Never. This is everyone. My bread. Give me hell. No way! Chris, Mr. No way. Yeah. No, I said Chris never girl. Sonny. One of 79 is like Santa's playlist on shelter. We've got a whole sleigh full of holiday favorites. Happy holidays. Everybody from the manager in the bean accident attorney studios. Have you been in an accident? Call the law Offices of an HR Levin 1 807 473. That's 1. 807 473733 w E A. T F M West Palm Beach Merry Christmas From Sonny, One of 79. This song's My favorite. Freeman, lover Boy Christmas just like the world how I used to know. Well, that's sweet, huh? Glisten on Children Listen. To hear levels in the snow. Oh, Christmas with every Christmas They your day Be Mary brought on male. Allow your Cris Mazza while My tree. Every Christmas. Very broad mail. Oh, Chris. Be OK. Elves who's on my nice list in self Florida Santa Wailing See from home Sounds nice list approved sonny 1079 dot com to see if your child's on my nice list. Some dickhead Christmas Been one B boys playing with bombs like kids, flavor and ties. 11 December Hearts will see a world where men are free. Mm. Someday Christmas.
"chris never" Discussed on Podcast 42
"Very off putting but I'm glad it didn't smell like mushy peas. It actually finishes rather nicely in my opinion I. Don't know of that's truth everybody. And I'M GONNA give it a four. Okay. Bad Sabrina going. You Know I. didn't like this now like that I'll give it a six. But I I, it finished it better than I thought it was going to do, and for that reason I'm giving it a four I think like my initial sip it wasn't that great cause is is hoppy but as I was drinking it throughout the show, I like paid attention to the finish and all of that, and it was pretty decent. Appreciate that. I forget about the finish after finishing you just finished it can't. But that was like ten minutes ago you just took. I watched it. I tried to find some more but it was empty. Chris never finishes. The next. Four. You may be surprised I actually don't mind. Ales. I like them. A did finish clean. I did not taste any of the flavors that said it was on the candidates. And say, happy. So if I had more flavor to it, I would have given it a higher score, but I'm giving it a five. Close.
"chris never" Discussed on Z104
"Okay at least only I would ever do that this is going to be mass ads will just drive and I don't know what you get so busy that you they must have been he was the perfect the they see up as noble but I don't no no no no this is the beautiful city we're going to hit he does the do you the the the easy examination one Norfolk Newport news Virginia beach C. one oh four radio dot com station she she some I'm he did this is not the model coming back to that is so much that I can cases the system I know a lot of you I don't care that much about Soundgarden or Chris Cornell who passed away so I'll be brief with the story but I did want you to hear it because I think it's a good example of how bad things can go after a member of a band dice okay so there's a legal battle going on between Soundgarden and Chris Cornell's widow Vicky and a newly released documents Vicky says the band the members the band never even reached out to her after her husband died he said it's pretty egregious that after Chris died that the band claims they were all concerned and contacted the crew but they never contacted me or the children to see if we were okay are doing all right that's not then they claim that they were always here for us but they never contacted by phone or text either way here's where it gets even Messier Vicki sue the rest of the band in December claiming they are withholding hundreds of thousands of dollars in royalties because the band is trying to force her to turn over unreleased recordings that Chris made before his death the band wants to use them to make a new album Vicky said Chris never signed a partnership agreement with the other guys because he was quote tired of others unfairly capitalizing on his creativity yeah I mean she's sticking up for him here now like he can't yeah I know you're probably so they're gonna care about sungard this guy who died I don't really never release of anyways I just was sharing the story with you so you can see this is an example of how things go really bad when a member of the band dies like this yeah it's unfortunately not everything works out in the end for everybody a lot of them put into town soon need to question the reason that many of those only a just because you got I'm not sure what a mess to be what to be able to be to be wasting time most fans I'm sure.
"chris never" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And T. which I think maybe Brian Anderson anyway so Kelana will be with us me and Molly so here's the deal and I we're gonna start streaming early on in my team's APP at six the staff normally comes out with that I gotta get a jittery from acumen when it's coming out I want to come out too early his rack is start you guys me on the floor no Somali so Collette and I will be at the gate house and okay so I thought maybe you have the following sometimes go inside of the store all right well we're gonna be outside Molly's gonna be inside so the two best shooters I've ever seen and I've that I've watched up close and I've seen a lot of them was Molly working with mark gray ball before games it was just unbelievable Chris never missed and then I got Bruce Frazier and staff so we're gonna have Molly right there when staff is warming up with Bruce Frazier basically doing a little play by play analysis work right from the bench ofcourse accurately that is going to be cool he will play by play of the warm up that's awesome all right well that'll be cool I like that welcome to Steph curry absolutely John play that up what do you want to tolerate you just replay that for the pre game a you gotta have actually I was the other thing we are for a week okay the string that either by teens for however long he shoots them with our readers are of the actual all right we'll talk to Marcus Thompson about it coming up next I was he knows stuff well and may and what could be the plan for Steph's return about twenty games left how long how much all those questions will get with Marcus Thompson coming up next on the on the sports either you're listening to Apapa in mind Venable now on to the end dot com through your smartphone or desktop.
"chris never" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Your reason. area is in Wayne we gotta roll right how you doing about. good evening Steve on how are you doing yeah I'm doing good wasn't already ray last night. how you just took the words out of my mouth a little calmer tonight the last night very entertaining and a great seeing him back but let's hope that he keeps the demons away I hope so you know what it clean and sober I've never seen him like that I got a call today from you know from his agency can you believe it yeah because you know we won't wants me to watch this together and you like can you guys can you believe it we were both fixed on a talk to Macy's and every day but man what a difference god willing I'll be makes it this time it is very easy could guide deserves it. it you know what he's a good guy in those blood jerk that they don't really care about he had the good guy I hope you make I think that's why there's so much love for him I get not only among the fans but celebrities like all people here you know you know it is the people who like you know the recall the haters are gonna hate but I mean you know the people who truly you know truly love creek you really care about him you can see why they feel like that you know I mean that the guys he's going to stand there and you know spit on the man when he's down with the guys you really feel for you don't hear a bad word about already he's never screw anybody over you I mean you never hear already guy was a real jerk to me whatever he was always the guy that would bend over backwards if you same last name the woman Chris called and her brother had sent the RT she said her brother assured to give already in San Francisco and the brother dies in twenty twelve and Chris never knew she was one of the find out of forty actually got the shirt and then like three years later she sees audio on television he's wearing the shirt as you saw from office you finally spoke to him last night and she broke down and cried. that's that's a great story. if you hit the nail on the head haters are will hate she's just inherently a good guy yes this has the man but I I just the a lot of us out here who who think he's inherently a good guy just pure form I just wanted to get back in and stay the way is just the funny and tell stories absolutely what's your what's your category my friend seven. get my **** kicked and this last couple weeks the let's try seventies are right you got me running going out of my mind I think I know this I think it's yellow but hold on you can't be run and go it out on and don't bring me down how's that good well you know what my my my computer jammed over here so I would have to.
"chris never" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"One is a reach and one is a little dangerous as well. Chris Bosh now raise that sound Santa's looking at me, like I'm nuts deselms stared into space, and Tiki, Chris, pine wrote this guy when we first of all, Chris Bosh needs to get medical clearance to go and play Chris boss, wants to play basketball played in three years, BT. He wants to play I believe that was fighting for the heat to clear him, if he can somehow, you know, with his family, and with himself come to the determination that he's beyond God forbid, he, he's not gonna die on the cord to be blunt then. Chris Bosh can somehow maneuvers way out of the team that has his rights now. And find his way to LA. That's not completely implausible. How much what does he shoot every six eleven game? Yeah, I winner, I'm not disagreeing passer in LeBron knows. I got high Q. I'm not disagreeing with the thought this the execution. It's dangerous. I'm not saying I I don't know that I would do that. But you gotta remember from Christmas point of view. His career was just unfairly granted made a ton of money. Forget about that. He's competitor. Chris never had a chance go on his terms think Chris Bosh in his mind and his heart is done with basketball, I think he wants to keep playing probably because everything he's intimated in the past has has sent this to the science. He wants to play. That's one. Kevin love is the other Kevin love. Yeah. Too much money, not compared to the God. Not compared. Chris Paul make forty. Yeah, we're John wall. What is what is twenty twenty six, I'm just through twenty. I think it's lower than that actually might be what's yes, right? Six twenty six. Palatable today's NBA, but it's right up against their number. To make something happen. They gotta get creating something happen. We'll see are there other options, eight five five two one two forty two twenty seven. But I want to get back to Tiki statement coming up in addition to a few other things pertaining to the Lakers and the league you set a LeBrun owes us this and the more I let this marinate. I vehemently disagree. I, I don't think it's an odd statement attacking you think he's done. I he owes us. Yes. We'll get back to that Tiki theory..
"chris never" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast
"We get the first asteroid question of why Michigan from Claude Johnson data Cornelius Johnson here on each day. The Harbaugh's podcast. You can talk about this. I know my dad can talk about this. I talk about this now because. Just having a daughter who just went through the recruiting process. She's going to play water polo here at Michigan my daughter grace. Oh, fantastic and relation sakes. Thanks, you know, but the dynamic of it the dynamic of the recruiting process starts, and as as a parent, you're just I mean, I was like just totally supportive, and and you know, this and this is going to be your decision gracious. You know, and you know, what schools are you most interested in, and what are you looking for any, and you and you go through the just start the process, and it's it's you're given you're giving advice when they ask for it, basically. And you're you know, you're giving opinions and in inclusion trying to, you know, watch him navigate, you know, what's important to them. And then they get it down. Then there's a top ten and then kinda saw get go to a top five, and then she started making official visits. And then, you know, Michigan was one of them and. You know, I felt like, you know, trying to get things out of her where she going, and she's it's almost like he can't get that information. And they get quiet about certain things. And then like for me, I eventually went to my dad's where should I go dead? And then he was even hesitant on telling me, you know, where I should go. Like he was fearful almost making that decision for me. Even though I was pleading for him to give it and Chris never I heard that story. So go, right. And then, you know, and then it got down to it. And it's like, I really I want to I want her to come to Michigan. I want her to go to Michigan. I'm just like holding back from Saint golden as you got to go to basic, it, you know, and. And finally, she. She chose Michigan. But just that dynamic clot. If you could talk about our dad could talk about it. It's it's excruciating. Almost they're down to the down to the end. And you're just trying to keep your powder dry and not like not tell them where to go. And then if they go somewhere, then they're not successful. There doesn't work out. Then they can blame you. It's just so much. It's so complicated. Why we if I am I the only one, I know I'm not first of all the segments should be called lucky sports, dad's, right? Yeah. Right. Right. Lucky lucky lucky? But but no, I mean, you have to realize I got a master's degree at Stanford..
"chris never" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The court system was surprisingly sympathetic when it came to Christmas crimes they decided that none of the usual penalties quite applied in his case. They should focus instead on reintroducing him to society after seven months in jail was about to be released and suddenly you had to get a job he had to do community service. He was going to have to interact with the rest of the world, but he could sort of. See the absurdity of everything. I can see the absurdity of a man spending twenty seven years in the woods. And you can also see the absurdity of not spending twenty seven years, the woods and said things like, you know, from what I've seen from my position in jail of kept calling your world. He's been really disappointing to me just filled with colors and ridiculous aspirations, and I couldn't disagree with most of it. So Mike was pleasantly surprised when after his release all the counselors and court officials said that Chris was doing really well showing up at court dates getting a part time job at his brother's business attending to his family, a model parolee, Mike even went to visit him at his family's home in central Maine. And he says when he got there when Chris greeted him. He looked like a totally normal guy baseball cap work, boots a member of society. And night. Indicated this hand to come follow him. It's like give me a very welcoming gesture which was. Extremely surprising. And we stood under this tree. Pretty close to each other didn't touch each other. And we had the most. In fact, the only. Real emotional truly human conversation that I've ever had with Chris night. I said how you doing? And I thought that he would tell me that he was doing great. And Chris never wanted to beat around the Bush and not one to lie to me said now. Well. Chris explained that is good performance in front of his counselors and his family was just a shell game. That in reality. He was doing terribly every human interaction. Hopelessly awkward all the normal goals and milestones of family life. Totally meaningless. He felt no one really understood him and the longer he spent society the more the pressure was building in him to escape again to go back to the woods. And now he turned to me with his very Helen. I for just a couple of seconds, which is startling for Kristen. Asked me a very personal question about himself, which he had never done before. He said. Am I crazy? And of course, I thought a lot about that. And I said to him. No. I don't think you're crazy. And then he asked me a very odd question. And he says, what do you think I'm talking about? When I say, the lay of the woods. I tell the lady of the.
"chris never" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Colors and ridiculous aspirations, and I couldn't disagree with most of it. So Mike was pleasantly surprised when after his release all the counselors and court officials said the Chris was doing really well showing up at court dates getting a part time job at his brother's business attending to his family, a model pearly, Mike even went to visit him at his family's home in central. Maine. He says when he got there when Chris greeted him. He looked like a totally normal guy baseball cap work, boots member of society. And night. Indicated with his hand to come follow him. It's like give me a very welcoming gesture which was. Extremely surprising. And we stood under this tree. Pretty close to each other didn't touch each other. And we had the most. In fact, the only. Real emotional truly human conversation that I've ever had with Chris night. I said how you doing? And I thought that he would tell me that he was doing great. And Chris never wanted to beat around the Bush and not one to lie to me said now. Well. Chris explained that is good performance in front of his counselors and his family was just a shell game. In reality. He was doing terribly every human interaction. Hopelessly awkward all the normal goals and milestones of human life. Totally meaningless. He felt no one really understood him and the longer he spent society the more the pressure was building in him to escape again to go back to the woods. And now he turned to me with his very Helen iconic for just a couple of seconds, which is startling for. Kristen. Asked me a very personal question about himself, which he had never done before. He said. My.
"chris never" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Ridiculous aspirations, and I couldn't disagree with most of it. So Mike was pleasantly surprised when after his release all the counselors and court officials said the Chris was doing really well showing up at court dates getting part time job at his brother's business attending to his family, a model parolee, Mike even went to visit him at his family's home in central. Maine. He says when he got there when Chris greeted him. He looked like a totally normal guy baseball cap work, boots member of society. And night. Indicated with his hand to come follow him. It's like give me a very welcoming gesture which was. Extremely surprising. And we stood under this tree. Pretty close to each other didn't touch each other. And we had the most. In fact, the only. Real emotional truly human conversation that I've ever had with Chris Knight. I said how you doing? And I thought that he would tell me that he was doing great. And Chris never wanted to beat around the Bush and not one to lie to me said not well. Chris explained that is good performance in front of his counselors and his family was just a shell game. That in reality. He was doing terribly found every interaction hopelessly awkward all the normal goals and milestones of human life. Totally meaningless. He felt no one really understood him and the longer he spent in society, the more the pressure was building in him to escape again to go back to the woods. And now he turned to me with his very Helen eye contact for just a couple of seconds, which is startling for. Kristen. Asked me very personal question about himself, which he had never done before. He said. My.
"chris never" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Kim Jong UN now the announcement comes after North Korean on voi-, Kim Yong chill met in Washington with President Trump and secretary of state Mike Pompeo to discuss a second summit on ending the nuclear weapons program in Pyongyang again. Just getting this news into the newsroom. The White House says President Trump will hold a second summer with the leader of a summit with the leader of North Korea. As we get more details on this will bring them to you right here on Boston's NewsRadio. And it's two forty eight and this morning Newton. A town worker Sander truck was stolen after he went inside a restaurant. Police say the suspect got in the truck took off and then crashed it at the intersection of Washington and beacon streets say a town worker found the suspect on the ground and bleeding no word on the suspect's name. Or why he took that truck? A Catholic school Catholic school for girls. In connecticut. Fires to basketball coaches for making what the school calls unacceptable. Comments have school at laurel townhall in Milford. Connecticut says the head coach and his assistant both men were let go after an investigation. Adding the comments were quote inconsistent with our mission and culture specifics right now on the nature of those comments. But the ex head coach says he's very upset and wishes nothing but the best for the school the other coach calling that situation unfortunate in Braintree. A man with autism is taking the time now to pay it forward. WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reports he's refurbishing old computers and donating them to kids. Someone donated a fixed up old computer to Chris hall when he was five years old. Chris never forgot that kind act. He's since launched the computers for the autistic foundation. And does the same thing repairing donated, laptops, and delivering them to autistic children. If you happen to see a three wheeled bicycle car and Braintree that's probably Chris making a delivery. We are an eco-friendly company. We use available. Mobile by car. We drive all over the south shore from Boston all the way to Carver hall says he gets as much out of giving the free computers as the kids do and receiving them. It keeps me busy ideal. What having autism? So it's a coping skill helping others in need is. My coping skill helps me get out of the bed h morning and Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. The attorney general in Washington DC says a restaurant there will now be fined seven thousand dollars for stopping a transgender woman outside a bathroom and ask him for her ID. The post reports AG Carl Racine says there's a settlement now with Kuba libra over the violation of the DC human Rights Act restaurant workers asked the woman for ID last June. When she tried to use the bathroom, then followed her inside and told her to get out the restaurant later apologized and now says it's complying with requirements to train staff.
"chris never" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Ruling confirms what many in sonoma's county already believe that when flames went racing through Santa Rosa and other communities in two thousand seventeen sparked by down power lines. Now Ajayi tentatively finding that the single most recurring of the fires has been trees or limbs falling onto Pacific Gas and electric lines during wind events. Mike Danko is representing fire victims who were suing PG any. He says the judges message is not going to have another fire on my watch like stone. ABC news utility CEO recently stepped down the company indicating it could file for bankruptcy soon. In Connecticut, Catholic, Google as a Catholic school for girls. Fires to basketball coaches for making what the school calls unacceptable. Comments head of school at laurel townhall in Milford says the head coach and his assistant both men were let go after an investigation. He adds the comments were quote inconsistent with our mission and our culture specifics on the nature of those comments. But the ex head coach says he's very upset, and which has nothing, but the best for the school coaches calling that situation unfortunate twelve forty seven on. Boston's NewsRadio Braintree. A man with autism is taking the time to pay it forward. WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reports he's refurbishing old computers and donating them to kids. Someone donated a fixed up old computer to Chris hall when he was five years old. Chris never forgot that kind act. He since launched the computers for the autistic foundation. And does the same thing repairing donated, laptops, and delivering them to autistic children. If you happen to see a three wheeled bicycle car in Braintree. That's probably Chris making a delivery. We are an eco-friendly company. We use Avella mobile by car. We drive all over the south shore from Boston all the way to Carver says he gets as much out of giving the free computers as the kids do and receiving them. It keeps me busy ideal would.
"chris never" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Colors and ridiculous aspirations, and I couldn't disagree with most of it. So Mike was pleasantly surprised when after his release all the counselors and quarter-fibals said the Chris was doing really well showing up at court dates getting a part time job at his brother's business attending to his family, a model parolee, Mike even went to visit him at his family's home in central. Maine. He says when he got there when Chris greeted him. He looked like a totally normal guy baseball cap work, boots member of society. And night indicated this hand to come follow him. It's like give me a very welcoming gesture which was. Extremely surprising. And we stood under this tree. Pretty close to each other didn't touch each other. And we had the most. In fact, the only. Real emotional truly human conversation that I've had with Chris Knight. I said how you doing? And I thought that he would tell me that he was doing great. And Chris never wanted to beat around the Bush and not one to lie to me said now. Well. Chris explained that is good performance in front of his counselors and his family. It's a shell game. That in reality. He was doing terribly found every human interaction. Hopelessly awkward all the normal goals and milestones of human life. Totally meaningless. He helped no one really understood him and the longer he spent in society, the more the pressure was building in him to escape again to go back to the woods. And now he turned to me with his very Helen eye contact for just a couple of seconds, which is startling for. Kristen. Asked me a very personal question about himself, which he had never done before. He said. Am I crazy? And.
"chris never" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"I have no idea as somebody. They when he black people in their movies thinking about like. I don't think so. Didn't read the script in and talk to Q all over, you know, he's still edited. He might call me in the voice over some. Never know. He's got at least one or two more films than him. So you'll hope so too. Do you believe it when he says he's going to retire at ten I have no idea. I mean, he might a minute when he said it and next day wake up and go nice not what I meant especially in this climate. I mean, you could say shit now in the eye. I don't know what you're talking about. Would would you have a retire? Or are you going to be for what I with you? What would I stopped doing it dude until he's calling me? That's why you know, when I think of your work. I think of an actual, Gene Hackman. There's not a false note in a Sam Jackson. Jill. I don't want to Mike. Okay. I want. You know, I agree. No. My point is I want more, Gene Hackman. I don't want. Welcome to move support to be his swansong filmmaking last movie. Yes. Well, okay. Yeah. Keep going Sam. Thank you. Totally gonna drop leaving congratulations on the new film. And it's always a pleasure to catch up with you. And I'll see you on your next four of movies. The next two months. I kept immoral. That'd be back out. I'm back out in world in three weeks doing that. And then I'll go off and do a popcorn movie hit man's Weiss bodyguard and come back and start doing Spiderman Bris. Some shaft Chris never enough never enough. Thank you. Thanks zoe's. And so ends and other addition of happy side confused, remember to review, right and subscribe to the show on jeans or wherever you get your poke costs a big Pocock person. I'm daisy Ridley, and I definitely both impressions despite Josh..
"chris never" Discussed on Science Friday
"A Christmas bird count in? Jason you can drop in on that answer to why why why are you going to Chris never one? It's fun. But number two it helps scientists especially those Audubon track how the birds are faring every single year the Christmas bird councilman going for one hundred nineteen years. So we have one hundred nineteen years of great data and the more that we get that. Then the more able to actually track what's happening to the birds, you know, throughout the United States and actually the entire western hemisphere. Laura, I have to admit I've never been on one of the bird council, though. I love watching bird feeder in my backyard about how does the Christmas bird count differ from other kinds of birding excursions, you really keeping track of the exact number of birds. You're seeing which is something that when you're just bird. Putting you see a flak assist skins, and you, you know, you try to count them get a rough estimate, but you really want to find every bird in your area that you're responsible for a bird count. So you have to know a lot of birds. Yep. To know the birds that are around fear up here in Duluth. You don't have to know nearly as many birds as you do when you're further south than some places in the west we only had fifty seven species on the Duluth count this year. Which was exactly average. I guess Jason average is good. How know you did a few counts this year. What were some of your favorite bird sightings? Oh, goodness. So I did a count in Portland. Maine. It was the very first time ever going to main someplace that I've always wanted to visit. And first of all, the weather was great and great for main is forty five degrees and sunny, I thoroughly enjoyed that. But the highlight of the trip was undock. The great Black Hawk a bird that is native to central and South America and had no business being all the way in Maine. But we were able to see it. It was going for the lobster. You think? I mean, why why would have a bird be so out of place? There's a number of reasons why something like that would happen. This particular bird is a young bird. So we have a young birds is that they'll disperse from their parents territory, and they'll wind up places that they have no business being sometimes so what other places have been to you've seen some interesting birds. I've been to Maine also been to Texas as well. That is a very interesting place to be right along the Rio Grande valley and also to Cape May New Jersey during the height of fall migration. Martha did you ever? Did you do an urban count? Yes. New york. Wait, where do you go in New York City do count the birds? We actually have multiple counts. I went to Greenwood cemetery, which is a historic cemetery in Brooklyn. But we have to do at a prospect park those in Staten Island there's account in central park in would park. So there's a whole variety of places, but I personally went to the to the Brooklyn count of a very special bird made central park famous the sheer didn't it did. I was thinking the curtains warbler. Beating pedestrian light guy being a bird. Oh, the hot duck. Yes. Men duck. Probably an escapee from somebody's aviary is now hanging out and has been there for about four months now and people lined up to go see this very colorful, duck laurel only up there in Duluth into here about the duck. Yes, I did my daughter lives in Brooklyn. But it made national news for, you know, burners for all aware of that we into Luth had a one of a kind Christmas bird count. Duck to wasn't nearly as stunningly gorgeous. But we add for the first time ever on any Minnesota bird count had a tufted duck. They belong in your Asia. Interesting. But you said you you aren't gonna talk about the duck. You talk about the curtains war..