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Kirk Cameron and Eric Encourage Parents to Consider Homeschooling

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

Kirk Cameron and Eric Encourage Parents to Consider Homeschooling

"To people. I talked to a woman here in Manhattan. You know, super educated, whatever and I said, she said, what would you do? If you had a young kid, and I said, I'm telling you what I would do. Homeschooling, number one, absolutely number one. She says, oh, I'm not qualified. I thought you're crazy. You're more qualified than anybody. Like, you know, people. That's right. Always act like, wow, that's like, that's like asking me to do brain surgery. I'm not qualified. It's like, no, it's not brain surgery. It's teaching your kids, and there are all kinds of ways that today you can get help in doing that. It's not like that's right. That's right. You're not living on an island somewhere, and you're not trying to duplicate the school classroom in your house. Imagine, imagine if you could educate your kids in such a way where you knock down the walls, the whole world becomes your classroom and you're in community with like minded people who love your values who love this country who consider it a blessing to be able to teach your kids who they are and how they fit into the world to accomplish great purposes, that is what homeschooling is like. And you can lean into your children's strengths and learning styles in community and there are curriculums that are written by educators with PhDs and co ops and networks and conferences that help you. And this is how America was built, folks. For the first hundred years, they didn't have a national Department of Education. In fact, that's prohibited by the constitution for the very reasons we're seeing today. That's their rotting the minds and souls of American children, despite what parents actually want. Yeah, and

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Heritage's Kevin Roberts on Washington and the Inflation Crisis

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:20 min | 3 months ago

Heritage's Kevin Roberts on Washington and the Inflation Crisis

"Let's talk about this piece very impressive senator Rand Paul. You co authored in Fox business. Just one issue. Forget energy just inflation. How serious you use the word crisis in the headline? Talk to us about Washington and the inflation crisis. Look, I know when people hear a guy like me leading a D.C. based organization that focuses on policy, they think that we deal in the abstract. I think actually one of the things we do well at heritage is look at these problems like inflation from what I like to call the sidewalk level. I can do that because I'm a dad of four. I have to pay the same price as everyone else does. And that's really the point. And I think what senator Paul and I were able to get at in this op-ed and tremendous credit to him is that we understand that inflation is not an abstract concept. You and I and your listeners feel this every time we go to the grocery store. In fact, I was shopping with our little girls grocery shopping Saturday afternoon here in Northern Virginia. And I said, good lord. I mean, what has happened to prices just in the last few weeks? That's what we mean, senator Paul and I, when we use the word crisis. It isn't just a crisis for us and our government because we're on the brink of this fiscal cliff. It's a crisis for us and our own pocketbooks. And I look forward to the day when we can get past this because it means that we understand we can't continue to spend this kind of money and expect inflation to go

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Bernie Sanders Is Making Some Good Points About Russia

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 4 months ago

Bernie Sanders Is Making Some Good Points About Russia

"I want to talk about Russia and Ukraine. There was a op-ed that Bernie Sanders wrote today and we saw Glenn greenwald is commenting on it. Basically saying, hey, this is like usual Russia bashing that's become sort of like the throwaway line. Democrats have to put in anything that they say or do. But then he makes some great points about how in 1962 we were on the brink of a nuclear war with Russia when they put nuclear warheads 60 miles off the coast, 90 miles off the coast of the United States. Now we're talking about bringing Ukraine into NATO potentially. This was started under Bush, and if we observe the spheres of influence argument, what are we to make of that? Does Russia have valid concerns to be nervous about what the U.S. is doing with our partners in NATO? Look, I almost spit out my coffee when I was reading it this morning because I'm like, this is Bernie Sanders, right? The same Bernie Sanders, you know, we know he's a Russia expert. He took his honeymoon there in Moscow back in the I believe back in the 60s when it was full on communist USSR. We would know that he loved the politics over there, but it seems that again, you get these glimmers, every once in a while of nationalism from Bernie Sanders. If these glimmers of populism, where he realizes that, you know what? War isn't always the answer, the way it seems to be for so many in Washington, D.C.. And so this is something where I think that just like TPP, I'm going to have to go ahead and say, Bernie Sanders, like you said, is making some very good points because he says Russia as a state does feel concerned about the encroachment of NATO. I'm just reading from this. To put it simply. Russia like the United States still has an interest in the security policies of its neighbors. Does anyone really believe that the United States would not have something to say, for example, if Mexico was able to form a military alliance with the U.S.

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Inference: 'Thunder out of China' Details Fauci's Support for Gain-of-Function Research

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 5 months ago

Inference: 'Thunder out of China' Details Fauci's Support for Gain-of-Function Research

"Anthony Fauci's been the director of the U.S. National Institute of allergy and infectious disease That's nigh aid since 1984 Over the last few decades he has expressed his support for gain of function research on numerous occasions In a 2011 op-ed for The Washington Post co author with Francis Collins the director of the NIH between 1993 and 2019 they made the case for viruses engineer quote engineered and isolated biocontainment laboratories As a means to identify quote genetic pathways by which such a virus could better adapt to transmission among people The benefits were not elaborated in detail the authors simply noting that quote important information and insights can come from generating a potentially dangerous virus in the laboratory The OPEC concludes with a brief consideration of the risk involved Now the following year Fauci published a paper in total research on the highly pathogenic H 5 NI influence of virus the way forward Again making the case for gain of function research In his commentary Fauci acknowledges the question of whether quote knowledge obtained from these experiments can inadvertently affect public health in an adverse way even in nations multiple time zones away He then invites the reader to consider a hypothetical scenario concerning an important gain of function experiment involving a virus with serious pandemic potential Performed in a well regulated world class lab by experienced investigators The information gleaned from the study is then used by another scientist who doesn't have the same training of facilities and is not subject to the same regulations Here's what he writes In an unlikely but conceivable turn of events what if that scientist becomes infected with the virus which leads to an outbreak and ultimately triggers a pandemic Many ass reasonable

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Pastor David Engelhardt: Nowhere in the Old Testament Does It Say 'Life Is a Gift'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:28 min | 6 months ago

Pastor David Engelhardt: Nowhere in the Old Testament Does It Say 'Life Is a Gift'

"There is nowhere in the Old Testament that ever says life is a gift. There's not a single scripture that says or the New Testament, right? In the Old Testament, it or the New Testament. This is life. The New Testament expressly specifies that Christ Jesus is a gratuitous gift of God to us that we can receive his grace and love. But life comes with obligations. And when you receive the gift of Christ, you come into the kingdom, you still have a set of obligations. You're still called to walk and write just as you're still to show your faith by work. That's what the book of James tells us to do. But somebody my kids go to a homeschooling co op here in Manhattan and there's a family that they don't do any presents. They don't give their kids any presence on Christmas, and they don't do Christmas at all. They won't, they refuse to celebrate it. They're very strong Christians, but because they discovered that Jesus wasn't born on December 25th, they decided to reject the whole idea of celebrating the birth of Christ on Christmas. I just think what an insane idea. The whole idea of giving a gift for someone who doesn't deserve it to celebrate that God gave us the gift of Christ is an incredibly good idea and that's a justice side and there's a charity side. And we have to be able to walk in both things. And once one of the things that conservatives get pigeonholed on, all you guys are all just want Law & Order Law & Order. No, we want both.

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Hillsdale College President Dr. Larry Arnn Describes a Parent's Role in a Child's Education

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 8 months ago

Hillsdale College President Dr. Larry Arnn Describes a Parent's Role in a Child's Education

"So some parents are saying that they are dissatisfied. They are angry at what's happening at the local school district. For good reason. In response, we see the American federation of teachers and Randy white gardens say that parents have no role in their kids education. In the ideal doctor Arne, what is the parent's role in education? Well, they're partners in it. And the ideal situation, I mean, first of all, parents are in the same position as teachers, by the way. You know, I'm I have four children and now I have grandchild that I have another one on the way. The grand grandchild is the most important being on earth. And my wife and I are going to help her parents raise her. But that doesn't mean we're going to make anything out of her. We're going to help her be what by nature she is born to be. And she is going to do it. And, you know, she's 11 months old. You can already see her working on that. So parents are like teachers. Now, what should happen is the parents join with the teachers. They should be involved. And, you know, at any partnership, you know, the word college, by the way, means partnership. And parents are in the partnership. And you have to agree the terms of the partnership. But if you do, then you can cooperate. You're all trying to get the same thing done. I noticed about homeschools, by the way that very encouraging thing. Homeschooling itself is very good and it's growing very fast now because this point you make that people are sick of the schools. A great exciting thing is co ops. Parents get together and pool their resources and their children, and they teach them. Take turns, hire somebody sometimes, right? In other words, they're building a school. And a school is a natural thing. You schools are as old as Plato's academy or

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Was Brian Laundrie The "Creepy Man" In The Van?

Drowning Verdict

02:54 min | 10 months ago

Was Brian Laundrie The "Creepy Man" In The Van?

"So. I've got a theory that i'm going to drop her an idea and the only way that i can kind of spin this right now is just an idea from author mind. Meaning how. I would pen the fiction if i was taking this story and wanted to write. Write the book Right the write the script. And where would i go with it because the question is you know. Whereas she but was brian. Also the creepy man that was You know basically the there's a couple unit probably know about it. That was murdered in their bodies were found in august eighteenth female couple and they had said that. There's a creepy man who intimidated them and or they felt intimidated by. And that's pretty much. What what it was before. Their bodies were found and we know that on august twelfth. That is the time where they had left. The co-op brian and gabby and that's where the body cam footage that you're seeing with the cops. We also know about two days later. That female couple near moab at a campsite like a remote Place was Was killed and it was later revealed that it was multiple gunshots to the back to the side and their bodies. Of course we're found agassi eighteenth but there is record of one of them saying At least one of them saying that there was a creepy man quotes and that they felt intimidated quotes by that at now. The question is what cops are even saying. Right now is they're they're not eliminating that. Brian is a suspect not. He's a person of interest in the disappearance in the mercy missing persons cases of Gabby right now. but they're not saying That these two cases aren't you know possibly linked and my idea from the fiction Fish inside and not what. I'm actually saying that he did. But if i were to pen the fiction it would be that yeah. He is the creepy man near that campsite that he and the girlfriend made it to a campsite close by and when this guy started to rage and basically his relationship is unraveling is becoming not what it is seen on video but really unhappy that that the girlfriend is the one person for him and she feels the same way. There's a break-up something like that. But when he goes off wandering he sees a happy couple he sees a happy couple and these were newlyweds to female couple and he just rages over that fact because that's something that he can't get he wants and he can't convince the girl who's been his girlfriend for a couple years and now when they're enclosed quarters in the van things are different than what they are in the wide open space any

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Halo Infinite Release Date Officially Confirmed

Game Scoop!

01:08 min | 10 months ago

Halo Infinite Release Date Officially Confirmed

"Halo is finally coming december eighth as promised. Well it's coming. It's coming in twenty one twenty one. That's under the wire in december. What cost they're delaying. Yeah well he also delayed campaign coop delayed forge and we still have not got an update. On what the campaign looks like or is right there so it was kind of an open. World seamless kind of a fair. That's why they said that campaign coop was laid was because they had it was much more difficult to implement co op because it was such more of an open ended affair right so they needed more time to work on. It's much less linear. So that's i think a very important clue as to what to expect. You're just thinking about. When it was sort of unveiled last year there was some disappointment. A lot of people look at myself included. That doesn't really look like a next gen game to me. So they like they delayed the game and then we came through e three this year. No update on the campaign and now they're big games showing still no updates got release it. But i don't know. I i just don't know i don't know if i should be excited for it yet

Halo Infinite: Why the Campaign Wasn’t Shown During Gamescom

Game Scoop!

00:44 sec | 10 months ago

Halo Infinite: Why the Campaign Wasn’t Shown During Gamescom

"Halo is finally coming december eighth as promised. Well it's coming. It's coming in twenty one twenty one. That's under the wire in december. What cost they're delaying. Yeah well he also delayed campaign coop delayed forge and we still have not got an update. On what the campaign looks like or is right there so it was kind of an open. World seamless kind of a fair. That's why they said that campaign coop was laid was because they had it was much more difficult to implement co op because it was such more of an open ended affair right so they needed more time to work on. It's much less linear. So that's i think a very important clue as to what to expect.

Halo Infinite Release Date Revealed

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:33 min | 10 months ago

Halo Infinite Release Date Revealed

"It off with halo. Infinite december eighth release date will reportedly be announced. Today this comes over from the verge which rights halo infinite boy launch. On december eighth. The date appeared on the microsoft store today and will likely be officially confirmed later today. During the opening of games com a source familiar with microsoft's plans tells the verse that december eighth is accurate. Microsoft had originally planned to launch halo infinite alongside the xbox series act slash us in november twenty twenty but delayed the game to fall twenty one due in parts of the challenges of game development during the pandemic halo. Infants development has clearly been bumpy and microsoft even assigned bungee veteran joseph state and to head up game development o nearly a year ago. Well we haven't seen a great deal of the campaign game play since the infamous craig. Meam who was born last year the first multi-player who could forget the first multi-player technical preview looked just felt just like halo fan. What halo fans will have been enjoying. Playing the official launch date comes just days after three four. Three industries revealed halo. Infant won't launch with the campaign co-op and forge cooperative. Play with friends should arrive in season. Two of halo infinite approximately three months after launch mode. which is what allows players to customize. Insurer maps won't arrive until season. Two of halo infinite around six months after launch his campaign co op mode are popular parts of the franchise so the news understandably disappointed fans but the main halo infinite campaign and multi player mode is launching on december eighth. So fans will get a taste of new halo in less than four

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Halo Infinite Beta Release Delayed as Microsoft Tackles Server Issues

Nerd On! The Podcast

02:18 min | 11 months ago

Halo Infinite Beta Release Delayed as Microsoft Tackles Server Issues

"My other news halo infinite. We got some bummer. News about halo infinite. Yeah shut out here. I'm trying to be real cool about it. Because that team has been through a lot over the last year being forced to you know by the fans to take it back and rework on it for another year. But i'm a little disappointed that Halo infinite will not be launching with coop cab campaign capabilities. Oh which is one of the main one of the thing. Will i play halo down. What is the game supposed to be. Then when it comes out it will have multi-player online multi-player because that's available. Let's team death match. My understanding is yes that will be available however the campaign will only be single player for the first three months and they're planning on launching the co op campaign. This is kind of heartbreaking for me. Because ever. Since i didn't do with the first game but the second i've always played through my first time right when it came out with shot at taste cd money and his brother whether it was split screen or from halo three on we played online. And especially from halo. Three on. we've done day one We we we run through pretty much the whole campaign on legendary together online. So i won't be able to do that for three months. Which is kind of a makes me think like maybe i just wait and get it when it comes out with the co-op but also want to support the series. So i'm like it's a weird that you can get then you play it when they released it. I mean it's the parable of the service games where they want to continually feel like there's new installments to the game and is expanding and it's growing with the with the audience thing the tough thing is you know just kind of like we always talk about on the show of how much you willing to pay for the game because it's free yes. Yeah ish is going to play online and it's just you know they're also not doing. I don't know if you're familiar with forge mode which is like a custom builder mode you can. You can get what you want in there and that won't be coming out for at least six months after that so a lot of these what at least i would consider to be core aspects of what makes a halo game. Halo are not going to be there on lunch. And it's it's a bummer.

‘Halo Infinite’ Campaign Under “Massive Strain” According to Dev

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:10 min | 11 months ago

‘Halo Infinite’ Campaign Under “Massive Strain” According to Dev

"Who infinite won't include a co op campaign in its forged matt building mode at launch. Microsoft has confirmed of feelings marks the latest setback upcoming flagship shooter currently scheduled to release on xbox consoles. Nbc's later two thousand twenty one three or four three industries outlined his plans via its august development. Update video on friday. Recapping the latest on developing quote. Unfortunately as focused the team for shut down and really focused on equality experience for launch. We we made the really tough decision to delay shipping campaign coop for launch stated halo incident creative creative head joseph stanton and we also made the tough call to delay shipping forge pass launch as well and quote stanton states. That team aims to ship coop campaign support via a season update scheduled for three months after launch forge is expected to launch six months after its release via season three content offerings. One priority is making sure whatever we ship whenever we ship it meets the right quality bar across all platforms xbox vices. Pc and all this different configurations and when we look at these two experiences campaign coop in forge we made the determination. They're just not ready. Staten said

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Democratizing Access to Hospital-Grade Disinfection with Eli Harris, President  of R-Zero

Outcomes Rocket

02:47 min | 11 months ago

Democratizing Access to Hospital-Grade Disinfection with Eli Harris, President of R-Zero

"Talk to us a little bit about our zero. What is it that you guys are doing. how are you adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. Yes so it was almost sixteen months ago. Now with the academic. I started a a ticket hold. I got in touch with the two mentors in mind. Both entrepreneurs who i've known for about a decade and the three of us started talking about how there's certain events throughout history that just create everlasting societal and infrastructural changes in a dork way. We kinda like in what was happening of the pandemic to nine eleven. How after nine eleven. We have the department of homeland security. You have. tsa fourteen thousand agents. You still can't take a water bottle of where shoes through the airport. You go to a ballgame. You walk through a metal detector. These are all new standards that were created and adopted post nine eleven in some of these psychological star tissue after that event accelerated decrease adoption of those standards. But we never arrest fundamentally the world took on a new posture around security in all shared spaces at our thesis. Fear was at this event of the pandemic was going to broaden that word security to biosecurity to biosafety and in the standards that all organizations are gonna fold as they regard a human health in the safety of their staff their patrons of their communities at large so what we did. Kind of unpacking the disinfection industry. And we've learned quickly that this is a massive industry. Hundreds of billions of dollars market cap governed by these goliath players. Ecolab clorox se. johnson diversey. All of these companies are extremely old. Some over a hundred years old and more or less all pushing commodity chemicals and our response to the pandemic was to go around and host buildings down the chemicals. And that's what we did in. This industry has not evolved with the technology that is becoming become commonplace in almost every other industry. It's extremely antiquated in what we're doing with chemicals. I mean there's there's a lot of limitations there one is. They're not always that effective. There's a lot of human error and how they're applied there's a massive labor cost a massive op ex chemical costs at. It's horrible for the environment. So we got in touch with. Dr richard wade and dr wade actually ran cal osha for fifteen years. He taught at harvard oxford. Uc irvine. We like to call him. The michael jordan's disinfection. He's he's forgotten more about this industry than most of us will ever learn. And he's quite special but he let us on a study to really understand. What are the best tools that exist in infection prevention today. And why have we not democratized access to those

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Behind the Scenes at Prairie Moon Nursery

In Defense of Plants Podcast

01:13 min | 11 months ago

Behind the Scenes at Prairie Moon Nursery

"All right. Caitlin o'connor it's great to have you on the podcast. I'm really excited to talk to you today. But first let's start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are and what it is you do for sure. I'm a huge fan of the podcast. So it's very exciting to be with you here today. My name is caitlin. And i am the education outreach specialist here at prairie moon nursery and winona minnesota yes So i've been with moon for a little over five years now And i came to curry moon. Because i'm actually a resident of wis- koi valley community land co-op where was started So i was going to college in the winona area winona state university And had gotten my degree in environmental science and my capstone research project at winona state. was with native plants and so i got familiar with Moon at that point in time. And so you know. After a brief stint of going to the big city and doing doing some nonprofit environmental work up there. I came back to the more rural winona county and landed up as the moon. So it's really great to be here.

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A Conversation on Food, Redlining, and Segregation

Politics of Food

02:05 min | 1 year ago

A Conversation on Food, Redlining, and Segregation

"Founder and board chair of the gem city market. A food co-op dedicated to increasing access to fresh fruits and vegetables within west ayton. Let's dig in welcome brian. Hello hello getting right into it. Why did you decide to start the longest table. So you know where. When i kicked off my pitch to a young professional group i went on stage and i said give my project two thousand dollars. Let's let's put all of our energy as a young professional group in digging into this project. I started it. Because i believed in it but i was. I would also say this was four years ago so liberal more naive and i'm still pretty optimistic but i was really optimistic by the idea of bringing people together. That don't normally get to talk. And i had something. That's kind of an ace up my sleeve. Which is i had a really good mentor. And where i worked. Which was actually at the city of the in. The commission office with commissioners in the mayor had a great mentor. Who wasn't even in that office. But she sent me this thing on twitter and said have you seen that they did down in florida. We should do something. Like that. Here in dayton and you should lead it and it was that little. Push that little nudge from women that i really respect that kind of just gave me the the go ahead that i needed to go and interest to the larger community before you set out and started actually implementing. What was your idea and your head of what you could achieve with the table. So it's funny. Because i actually have the document. I have my speech. That i gave to the the the room and i can remember walking onstage and just like i don't know if they don't they don't go for it it doesn't happen but in my speech specifically say something along the lines of like. I don't care how we do this like you guys decide. I just think we should do it. And i've kind of always held that belief like it's not really for me to decide like anything on this project like. I'm just a doer. And i like see a goal and

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Insomniac Is Working on a Multiplayer Game

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Insomniac Is Working on a Multiplayer Game

"Games has largely focused on single player titles over the last few years producing big hits rationing clink ripped apart in marvel spider man for the playstation but it seems studio has plans to work on a multiplayer project. Although exactly what this could be is anyone's guess a job advert posted by insomniac. Mentions the developer has five new job openings for most player project and quote. Insomniac is looking for a creative director systems. Designer story lead art director in via affects artists. That doesn't give much away but the systems designer job description does mention having a thorough understanding of may they combat systems and design emboss zion useful experience the designer would help develop combat navigation progression economy for multiplayer environment. Make of that what you will. Naturally this provoked a fair bit of speculation on social media. Could this be a standalone game or multiplayer mode for predominantly single player. Game some are hoping for revival of scifi shooter resistance while others think it could be a co-op four future spider man title give it insomniac has just released rationing claims ripped apart. It can be quite some time before we hear the actual

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The case for co-ops, the invisible giant of the economy | Anu Puusa [TEST]

TED Talks Daily

07:31 min | 1 year ago

The case for co-ops, the invisible giant of the economy | Anu Puusa [TEST]

"Wow i get to do that a lot around here. It's finally someone else's turn. So yes i happen to marital wonderful man named ted which is pretty rare in finland where i'm from. It's not a typical finnish name at. Aw trust me i myself. I'm a business professor. And i love teaching but you know what my students are fed up. They have really fed up. With the way the business is growing the environment and making wealth inequality was and putting money and profits above all else. And what really makes them mad is when i tell them about the cooperative movement the angry because once they understand how cooperatives they feel like a secret solution has been kept hayden before i tell you more about why cooperative sauce so great. I want to explain what they are. A corporate. dave is an organization that is owned by its members who are also its customer and decision maker and unlike most businesses where certain owners can buy more power and influence in a corporate day of every member has one vote which was the revolutionary idea back when the model was first introduced a regular mind not dimension a woman with no significant means or prestigious position in the society as an owner and partner in business on heard of perhaps it's still a bit revolutionary. Copa dave's exist in a sweet spot between the for profit and nonprofit worlds. They uniqueness is based on the idea of duality. They have two distinct but complementary roles on one hand they act like any other business and try to make money but on the other hand cooperatives are and do so much more they are scented enterprises run by and for then members and they tried to achieve economical but also social and cultural goes to benefit those members who are just regular people like you and me and what has happened for. Almost two hundred years is that cooperatives have proven to make decisions with a view across generations instead of quarter to quarter to benefit more people and wells in communities that might not otherwise attract investment while. Still being competitive and innovative. Sounds pretty good right. I guess that's why. At the end of a clause the other day student all red and chest up basically shouted at me of always been a straight a student. Done all the work read. All the books are now you telling me that all my life. I've missed hearing about a movement with this magnitude. I get this a lot. The organized corporate they've movement started in eighteen forty four with the russia's society of equitable pioneers. This was a group of weavers and artisans who are of desperation. Opened a store together to sell things that they could neither get nor afford alone. The cooperative movements from there and became a global phenomenon. Many of the modern day credit unions and farm credit systems. You see in. North america are descendants of the famous cooperative reiffeisen system in germany and here in finland. A man named hanis gephardt is considered to be the father of the finnish cooperative movement in the nineteenth century. He introduced cooperatives to help. People tackle debt poverty and unemployment. It turns out. This is the foundation opo country known for its democratic values high quality education and the happiness of its citizens and this line of impact of cooperative movement can be found in other places in the world to. I'm proud to say that invalided terms. Finland is one of the most cooperative countries in the world. We have about five point. Five million people who have over seven million memberships in cooperatives. That's run everything from groceries to banks each time. I stop at grocery cooperative. When i feel in my guest tank edo jointly owned restaurant. Stay at a hotel or buy clothes. Ohad west of i could bonuses. That can be up to five percent. And when i pay with bank card get an additional half percent off and i know that win. The copa davis doing well. It's not funding a single person's luxury vacation in the bahamas every year. A governance body comprised of elected representatives decides. How any operating surplus will be used. Some of the money will go back to the members. For example this year all consume the corporate dave boyer's caroline also or beco- or as we call it it's part of the group is the biggest corporate of croup in finland. They had a so close of two percent or members purchases and twelve percent return on money invested. When you add up the savings and the return my family received more than two thousand years back which is more than we spend on groceries in one month not to mention that across race above seven percent cheaper than its main competitor. i'm a member owner intrigue cooperatives and my husband has four memberships consumer a bank an insurance and water cooperative. We have two beautiful girls who are ten and twelve years old. And they're also member owners of the s group then. Memberships caused us one hundred euros. Each we want to pass on the legacy and teach them about the benefits of corporate gives early on and of course they're very happy about the yearly interest on cooperative capital. But it's just about us getting money back. It's about the greater good for our community. I'm not only talking about taxes and employment. Our consumer cooperative is the biggest employer in the area. I'm talking about support for young people. Sports arts university and cultural events for example as a member of the board of beco- or a few years ago we agreed to build a sports hall fully exa which is a nearby city here in the eastern part of finland belonging to our cooperatives operational area after we built it. The city signed a very long term rental agreement with us so financially investment made sense and of course it was a major gesture to the local people who not have proper facilities to do all kinds of sports in another case. We ended up rejecting the investment proposal regarding building a senior house downtown. The idea was very good one but we declined because it was the big hosting complex requiring a lot of capital with low expected investment return that would only serve a small part of the membership less than one percent of our over one hundred thousand members and therefore we decided against it

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What to Know About Updated Mask Guidance in DC Area

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:26 min | 1 year ago

What to Know About Updated Mask Guidance in DC Area

"D. C is making yet another change to its mask mandate for fully vaccinated people Mayor Muriel Bowser, reversing an indoor mass guidance she issued just last night. Earlier, Bowser stated that fully vaccinated people could shed their masks while walking through common areas of their apartments, condos or co ops fully vaccinated. People also allowed to enter businesses without masks all those of the portions of the Friday night order that were reversed this afternoon. Under today's order, fully vaccinated people can on Lee shed their masks indoors at small private gatherings. New guidance from the CDC says vaccinated people can safely remove their masks out. Doors unless they're at a crowded event. In a one on one interview, Dr Anthony Fauci broke down the announcement with W. T. O P s Meghan Cloherty. The risk of getting infected outdoors is very, very low, and I passed people being on the C and O canal or in my neighborhood, and you see them alone without anybody within 100 yards of them wearing a mask. It's a step in the right direction. But if I'm vaccinated, shouldn't I be able to do more than just the outside without a mask on? I think a lot of people are wondering when I'm going to be able to doom or inside, you know, it's really going to depend on two things. The level of virus dynamics in your community and the relative number of people that are vaccinated. See our whole interview with Dr Fauci on w t o p dot com and what he says about when you can lose the mascot

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"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

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"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"Cuz I was dumping on them and always, you know, how you doing? My name is a big afro, those were get that take it to the rack. You said they going to take him out. So he took me out the gate and foremost the training camp. I sat as opposed to place, you know, so that was the difference between the ABA to cuz it was you know, the more liberal and open-minded and things weren't you know lines and columns it was it was more creativity and George Gervin always talks about that Charlie Scott, you know started over in the ABA Rick Barry Artis Gilmore Dan Issel George McGinnis, you know, just just off guys who I think starting their careers their did make a difference cuz you know, you weren't you weren't ego trip. Sorry. It's crazy to think about how the ABA situation with wage. Went versus like how Stars the NBA have it today like so, you know fight with the owner of the squires. I mean, it was just incredible. Yeah the ownership in the in the office a foreman on the other team and and you know, they had some Wild and Woolly guys all across the Leroy ball in the Nets an Oakland Oaks Pat Boone on Oakland Oaks and you know, Larry Larry. Larry Larry is a teammate in New York. So we don't know is like my third year off when we drafted Larry Keane and we had Keenan Williams John Williams and Larry King and they are both of them, you know, awesome awesome ball players and and they were treated their kind of treated different League because they went to the ABA and the reality of it is, you know, you come out of college where you go ahead and be a really really shouldn't matter but you know, they, you know, they dead. The press in the stats and all that kind of stuff. But but you got it right in terms of you know, giving me the props with the 30,000 points and 16 All Star games instead of you know, just limiting to the NBA. So I do appreciate that cuz you know, everybody got to do that you listening to sometimes with cupodcast and we got the one and only doctor J. Read that off right now what I call Coupes lightning round, I'm going to give you some names and you can talk about them as long or as short as you want to okay, first name Billy Cunningham. Well, he was a great coach Hall of Fame every aspect of his game was worthy of note. He was a type of guy bring people out of their seats. That's why they call him the kangaroo kid, Oscar Robertson asked the best all around all time. You know my all-time great player when I when I named my starting five dead. For all time I go back to when I was fifteen years old and Oscars the captain of that team the late great and my personal friend Moses Malone well off all in everything. I mean when Moe got the town, you know, suddenly I think Maurice Cheeks said it best. He said I think we got a chance of winning every night, you know and Thursday through teams had that mentality where every night you figure whoever we got a good chance of winning this game, even if we don't play well, so that was that 83 team and and you know Moses was was the you know, he was he was the mountain and we you know climate climbed on his shoulders and you know, all of us who were good players. I think Los Angeles hosted the All-Star game that year. Yep, and we had had myself and cheeks and Tony and Moses and maybe it was an argument for Bobby Jones. It's all starting represent the East Coast even best people to play the East and whatever spoke with four guys rapping that year that that that here was a blessing and Moses was truly a blessing Willie Soul journey. And now now you talking about a be a you know willing I came in together. We roomed together and you know, you came out of Weber State. So even as a kind of a little bit of a big time basketball program, he was their first draft pick and you know, they had high expectations of him and off and I just love the man. He's he taught me a lot about Philadelphia before I even became, you know involved with Philadelphia and him and Mike Sojourner, you know, they were they were a little cookie or whatever but he had a nice touch. You know, it's it's a look at Jo land bhi man. He's like the second coming of Willie Soldier got those soft and move outside and log. That that's how good will he was to compare him to a young Rising Star like can be Medgar Evers? Maybe Evans not I I played in the mega Evers league but never met him cuz you know generation before me, you know, they I think they lived in Chicago, so I don't know a whole lot about him personally that I could I could talk about germs of never happened yet David Stern. David you know the NBA's so indebted to to David for figuring something out that was right in front of everybody for decades and just in terms of how to make this thing work out and make the Melting Pot which is the NBA and Association for one in for all that can benefit one and for all forever. He should be given credit for that the length and probably brother various people that you've played with but never play the NBA the late Darryl Dawkins. Well, he did play in the NBA cuz my teammate in Philly and we we played for the NBA Championship odds times in six years. And and and as you know, we were runner-ups years, so he so he had his championship experienced team. He left the Philly and went to the Nets. You know, he played the second half of his career. So I think he played with two teams and this was a phenomenal guy a prodigy off on a high school and going straight to the pros from high school quick with great sense of humor special guy who was a character on and off the court and especially on the bus home. It's out to Maryland or the bus rides to New York from Philly, Sunny Hill. Well, you know Sonny son. He's a genius man. He's I never saw him play but I just heard stories mostly from him how good he about how good he was dead. And he had to be able to do some of the things that he said last person and I only bring him up because it used to I mean, I love him but I'm just paying me because every time he played the national anthem you guys beat us the late Grover Washington. Yeah. Yeah. This is the last guy we're going to be able to talk about cuz I got a 4:00 p.m. Yep. Yep. All right, but go over Washington Jr. Books a good good friend special in so many ways not only musically but I remember the composition that he did or one of our games called Let It Flow for dr. J and got a chance to share.

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"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"The first time you dumped the NBA season is back don't sit on the sidelines get in on the action exclusive partner betonline.ag sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use the promo code CLS550 to get your 50% off bonus that 50% extra cash at sign up with code clns 50 get insights into all the NBA action across the season plus all sports professions completed as well as pop culture and even reality television wagering don't sit on the sidelines anymore. Get in on the fun in season action at BetOnline. Don't forget to use my special Michael Cooper promo code a c l n s 52 get a fifty percent sign up bonus with your first deposit better online today at betonline.ag your online Sportsbook expert dead. The first time I dealt was on an 8-foot Basket in my head my elementary school, and on one side had eight foot basket the other side they had a nine foot basket. So we used to kill that 8 foot bath used to kill us. And then finally, we got it, you know, we started killing in that foot basket, and then eventually led to the ten foot basket, but by the time I got to get a ten-foot basket, I had all kinds of tricks, you know, Inside Out switching hands around the back over the head at all kinds of tricks for from dumping on Old lower baskets, so they should have creativity on the lower basket. Absolutely. Absolutely without the risk of falling from ten feet. Right. Could you always, ball. I mean, you could do it with a tennis ball. I couldn't promise. I'll show you making flying in their stuff. You couldn't imagine imagine if you could call me back. How much of a difference that would have made so it it was some advantages but you know, remember Rick Barry or Bill Russell doing a, a cast if they showed a basketball game and Rick Barry's old man is dr. Jane man. He can do all that tricky snow cuz he got big hands. The bill said I got big hands and I can't do it. So I don't think it's just a big head. I think you need to you know, we find them and use them and the big hands are blessing but you still need to learn how to use them for sure for sure. So doctor you go through High School you get the college you only spend what a year or two in college and then jump McLoone's up and go to the radiator why three years in college cuz I went there as a strong and I wanted to get my degree so freshman year, we play freshman basketball team of 17. And also we would really good then the next year. We were eighteen and six dead. Didn't get an NCAA. But we went to the NIT. We lost to the eventual Champion to the North Carolina Title the Tarheels and they had that guy Bill Chamberlain and he was MVP and then the next year we would twenty twenty three and two and that's nobody NCAA. So we went back to the NIT and we played Marquette wage and they'd be this net and bulkhead won. The tournament that you had North Carolina also went and they limit let me interrupt you for a quick second. I want you to go back to something you said that was important for younger listeners about the fact of being a student-athlete with who why was that important for you? So so, you know, I promised my mom is real when I was tempted to sign off. I got an offer. I said Mom I'm going to finish college cuz you always taught me to finish what you start and I said, I don't know how long it's going to take but I'm not giving up dead. Pursuing my degree and she was an educator as well. So so she knew the importance of it. So I left after my junior year and then I just needed to make up a year. And so I you know, I didn't elect to go to summer school and I kind of lollygag around a little bit, you know just showcasing my newfound Fame as a professional athlete and then back at me one day man. You need to go ahead and get your degree you need to finish and so they had a university Without Walls program. And UMass was one of the schools that I think were there in the beginning founders of that particular program and I got through and I got through to do papers and had to do research they allow for some of what I did professionally to count as credit off the degree and then march with the class of 86 graduation. 68 came out with the class of eighty-six and that was a problem with my family at home. How old were you then? Well, it was eighteen years. So I was thirty-six. So it was thirty-six. Yeah. So you make the jump to the NBA? What was that? Like for you joining a new league the red and white basketball. It wasn't the NDA. What was that? Like for you? Yeah. Well, you know, I think it was a pretty good step in my Evolution as a person and as an athlete going going to the ABA for me, I mean, I I I thought it was an honor to be a pro. You know, I wasn't one of those guys walking around, you know with my chest pumped out. I mean, I haven't my last year college, I would like a 27 points and 20 rebounds or whatever someone that short list of people who in college career average more than 20 points a game more than 20 rebounds and just took those two stats. So the way it affected me was I I just did my job when I got out there, you know, and I was chased the ball and scored a ball Gods from jacking it up. Rebound put it back up and put them back in any way you saw him when you saw me play so you know, what did that? What did that mean? I mean it it just meant that. Okay. I was one of the lucky ones who got a chance to go play college basketball and then when they came after me when the ABA came after me God, you know it there was some Discovery because you know, I'm like, well, you know they come and they think I'm good enough to to to make it to him and play on their team then you know, let's give it a shot. So I wasn't legal trip and I was success ribbon but not ego trippin. And when I went down to Camp actually before I went to Camp, I played in the summer league Pro some of the month when I played in the Pro summer league cuz I had signed a contract. That was a revelation for me cuz now I was playing with grown men and playing for real and you know, basically, you know playing with guys who got paid to do this. Yeah, go ahead a successful tool with the rocket league in New York in a pro league. They actually gave me my nickname of dr. J p what you think of that. What did you think of that? Well, they they would call me to call and it was called me black roses and you know, all these different names and I was like, well, you know the doctor's office in my name for a long time with my high school buddies and college buddies. So dr. J evolved out of the doctor instead of being cold as other things off and and then when I went to training camp, you know after the first couple of scrimmages cuz it was a free agent camp. Trade-in Associated to the coach. I'll be Yankee. So, you know, you need to set up down these guys. They're going to try to hurt them, you know,.

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"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"Insight phobias by my liquor teammates and NBA legends and we got one of the best chef house today. He is the true innovator of what they call being posterized that's being done to a big poster. We got the one and only do call him because he's a friend of mine and he's a competitor doctor J. But I'm going to call him by his Julius Erving. How are you doing sir? I am doing fine Michael. Everybody calls you poop scoop. And that's you know, that's that's the common name of which they know you buy and not the whole Cooper Loop thing whatever, you know, you you establish yourself to your very special guy and I always enjoyed competing against you. Thank you. You know what? I'm just laughing. About a couple of your accolades before we get started. Okay, because there's a whole bunch of them, but you are 11:00 time NBA All-Star from 97875 * 8000 * Walter day Kennedy Citizenship Award winner. 1983. Got one. And I loved that. Oh, that's probably one of my most precious awards. They're very special needs to retire by the Brooklyn Nets. Your number six is retired by the Philadelphia 76ers you are on the NBA 35th Anniversary team, you're one of the fifty greatest players on the anniversary all the time and point-wise you $30,000 26.4 twenty four point average 10,000 rebounds plus some 48.54 your career and 5176 assists 44.2 for your career and Doc, you know what that last one the assists. I don't really talk that up because if I'm throwing you the ball, I don't need you to go back to me song. If you do it just need to put it up. They need to put it back to the family doing well. Yeah family's doing well. Thanks for asking. You know, I got a son over at Cal Berkeley. So he's he's out these a senior this year. And as a matter of fact at two other Sons out there two daughters and five grandkids and here at home. You know, I have found a boy and a girl so they're holding down the fort at home. So that's that's pretty big family and Family's everything family first man. That's the way it should be. We have been blessed home and also want to say Happy Belated Birthday. You just turned seventy one on the left one man catching somebody somebody else. I'm leaving behind in the dust off. So. Listen real quick. Let's get into this who were some of your role models growing up back in that solid, New York. Yeah in Nassau County, you know, the athletes are a lot of athletes from birth. Alan Jim Brown is is from there. So I always heard about his exploits and you know, when he left of it has to high school with the Syracuse and went all to be you know, if not the greatest NFL player in history one of them and you know, so he was he was a guy I had to walk past jumping Johnny Green's house to get the school. He was playing for the Knicks. Yeah. He used to always get those low tippins and you know blend in real. Well, he was a lefty and so so to see him play at Madison Square Garden, you know was was was pretty special. Other than that on Long Island who else was out there. You know, it's it said there's somebody else I'm forgetting about who? Oh John Mack John Mackey year the what the the tight end. For the Pittsburgh and you know what his last days a long car ride with him. I was recognizing was from Long Island and it's always special to me cuz you know, you had some Dimension it was repeating himself. But you know, I was just missing in like an eagle wide-eyed kid does, you know when a presence of somebody who is ten years or more older than you who is who has done great things. So I always try to be that guy to others and you know do some great things about things and then, you know spread the wealth and enjoy that that feeling and also that understanding of what it takes to to do those things with the Next Generation. And you know, it's funny you would mention that because I enjoyed it anymore number 88 with the cost to get in great great player man. Who was your Nemesis I had an image. Is growing up is what God I just couldn't because this guy named Mark wolfmeyer. He was a white dude. Every time I saw this guy he always gave me thirty five forty points in an 8-minute games before birth to who was that guy? Will you will listen to his name wolfmeyer intimidating right? They're going to play against a guy off. But you know when I grew up on Long Island and there was a very special player guy named Al Williams who went to Niagara Falls you to be broke all the Calvin Murphy's records and he was a two-sport athlete like Allen Iverson played football and played basketball never lost a football game this high school high school career. So he was I thought we were going to be teammates cuz we grew up together through eighth grade and then I moved to another community and suddenly he was on the other team. So this was my boy wage. And somebody, you know had to had to face him and he was a little guy like five-ten five eleven or whatever. But but very special very much like a there was a guy named Chamberlain who was in the same class that I was in and he went to a private school on Long Island. It was called a while now and Lutheran, you know, he was six six months when we were we were Juniors. I was like 6 2 and 1/2 or whatever. So he was not a guy who I could really do anything with me. He got a scholarship to North Carolina became an All-American MVP in the NIT and I think you know, the pro pro life just wasn't suited for him. He got injured got some injuries and whatever and and didn't Advantage still, you know, there's something about growing and blossoming late as opposed to early, you know, because I mean I can name a half a dozen guys who at age twelve or thirteen they could do everything. Is anybody doing a basketball court and they were still the same thing as sixteen been doing the same thing at twenty and they hadn't grown in it or whatever. So there's something to be in a late bloomer, but you should I consider myself a late bloomer. I was probably about six feet six one in high school as a senior always that was blessed with athleticism. But I had a growing spurt. I hit my growing spurt off my first year in college. I went to Junior College. I grew like four inches at summer where your head and arms always that long and that big yeah. Well, you know, I was six three and half when I came out of high school. So I grew three inches and gained Thirty pounds in college, but always had the big myths and I always had Faith makes and and and had fun using them and I had big shoes which I had to wear shoes and sneakers for a long time cuz she was cost a lot of money than with my family down from somebody else while raising three kids dead. If we didn't have a whole lot of money for shoes and sneakers, so that was that was part of the hustle. Remember.

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"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"I know how guys do it today with all the stuff they have right when LeBron James is phenomenal right body-wise. So he takes something but he has p Rather than make the help with some of these guys even today have too many distractions in life with social media that they don't focus on their crafts like we did and and so no regrets at all. But just wish I could play along. Well, if you were coming out of school today coming into the involve hundred million five hundred minutes, come on, man. That's what took me. So I mean I don't you know, I don't I see people like John has getting 200 something million and all these guys playing I mean, come on cool. I mean back then you had the average twenty years to get a million. Yeah, like they're roughly. How do you what do you feel about the state of the NBA today? Today's players another game at all. Thought the NBA eleven players. I love the way to play. You know, there's a lot of bad teams out there. Obviously, it's still it's still the same as you got the Lakers got the Boston you got you got to have that robbery now could be Brooklyn. So you got some things on on that will be great and it'll be fine. But you just just a nature of the Beast of how it goes, but it's a good deal. I know they can be a Ralph Thursday. I know that you're really really involved in the community and stuff like that. You want to tell us about anything you got going on. You want to hike anything up? Yeah. So I mean, I'll do do things like we have our we have a podcast as well. Of course in accord. We we do stuff without responding the community. We have a Samsung Family Foundation to focus on cancer research at University of Virginia and and my hotel right here with my wife and my dad we have a job. So format a Virginia state with my mom and we just doing business deals and hanging out having fun. There. You have it listeners Ralph Sampson the one and only I'd like to say that when I had long hair wrap and I looked at like the raffle very handsome man, and we had something a lot in common that I'm seeing out now her hair the mustache and all that kind of stuff is gone, you know, my hair is still there, but it's dead. I got a magician. So she she keeps a nice and clean for Ralph. Thank you so much man for coming on sharing a few little bit of time out of your busy schedule. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. I'll be more than happy. Just give me a call or text man. I'd love to draft a little bit happy with what do that we get over somebody. They got to give you guys let me know you know that. Okay. Thank you that guy I got now. Okay..

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"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"And being available to your I learnt actually learn how to be a teammate at that point. I'm not did not know ma'am. Because all I could give was energy. All I could get was my performance and practice I could be vocal. I could breakdown scouting reports. I could help the the unit before but that's all I could do and I was and I thought I had to be I had to play my role and be the ultimate teammate when it was my time to play. I was I was able to do both and it helped me actually NBA career. Okay, you know what? I'm so glad you said that yes, I'm messing around with you because that's what we do with Baxter like that. But you know, what a lot of kids don't understand what team means pretty much together everyone achieves more and no matter what role you play. If you're part of the team when the team win win, so I do understand that. I admire like I said, man, I'm starting to like you more and more now. Hey Coop, nobody if you do a trivia question and ask what cool statistics. Were they not a damn person. Yeah, let me finish. Let me put you on saying what you if you throw it cuz I know you want TV at the Lakers game if you so and as people what were cool statistics, they will not know but you will whatever wage Champion I will know that Cugat Rings though. Yeah. I've got busy. Yeah, right. So all that other stuff. It doesn't matter. You have to find people willing to do what's best for the team exactly amazing style off your team and you feel the road. So like those players don't get enough respect because those the big guys need role.

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"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"Today we're going to Jump Right In The Fire my top five offensive players and I have an honor honorable mention group to okay. I'm a go through my honorable mention and then I'll give you my top five from bottom from 5 to 1. Okay, my honorable mention argh. Vinnie Johnson Detroit Pistons a microwave member of any then we're actually Bristol on stoppable but just headache the late great Mike Mitchell from the Spurs small forward. 6465. Mike was pursued over a lot of big guys last seating 690. Give me a little bit on that. Okay, he's so underrated to you think historically underrated thought everybody takes about government. I was some reason why I put Colby in here is because people got realize is I was his first NBA Defensive Player, he ever played against a lefty. I never had to play against colby colby would have been another headache and they didn't have enough Advil to get rid of my headache trying to guard Kobe. But Kobe was a tough one too. So you were there when nobody came as an eighteen-year-old decide on Seven Seventeen year old fingers old Mike who hold on and so you were the so they put in there were like, hey Coop get on this kit. Like was that like the gauge of how good you work out when he came and worked out for the Lakers jersey. I was guarding him now. I was over the hill a little bit. Like I said, was down there. He don't go on what I have right? This isn't I'm one of the toughest player at that age. I thought he was going to be good just coming from another player respect Factor because he was able to do things that some guys that are twenty-six twenty-seven year olds can do he was doing this at Seventeen. So is that off because he was smart and athletic and like have the abilities he knew his way on the court and he knew that greatness. Like I said, one of the things about great players is that matter what type of Defense you put on them? They are going to get that sweet spot or a resident Miller called the other day, which I love to kill spot because they're going to get that spot and get their shot off now whether they hit it or not. It doesn't matter wage because they they've taken their shot as a defense of player. I wanted to take you away from your your kill spot because if I can make you shoot the ball one foot from where you wanted to be at then I'm I'm dead. Successful and then Kobe had that ability at that early age everything and I pushed him hard. I was working hard and bumping and banging on and he was still able to get his shot and he didn't hit everyone else. He had a high percentage is 1/8 out of 10. So, let's do a special Michael Jordan and the only reason I put Michael Jordan's on the honorable mention is because.

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"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"Tending bar. Kelly you might see what player that will run through their quick to grab one of those talented player. It was absolutely amazing and a really really special time when you think about it still to this day coop and I'm sure you're the same way whatever you fly in lax I always go on my way to make sure my flight coming back in La is on the right side of the right side you that beautiful building visit was it just warns my heart. Every time. I see my hero growing up opposing players was pistol P. and I'll never forget the times that I jumped my sixty nine Camaro in the seventies to go watch pistol plea fit disappeared knocked down thirty or thirty five of the jazz that night. But the memories that come immediately whenever anybody says the forum was twenty one with the drawstring hanging out. Gird bits or Andrew Tony The Philadelphia Seventy sixers. Else, they wanted to bring on cope with shut down baby. I love you I love. A Guy. Okay the better do that played the form, the Kobe Jack or magic and Kareem. I honestly believe that the Lakers have never had a player like Magic Johnson he just did everything and Cook you can vouch for this. He did. So many of the intangibles he refused to lose and the influence he had on the rest of your team was unbelievable. I know he had Kareem but look at the night in Philadelphia when cream was out what magic duly jump center ended up with forty two points and have a game of his life I? Mean there was just something about magic whatever it took. He was going to get the job done. Any made his teammates He got you the ball and not only did he gets you the ball. He got you the ball where you wanted it. He would get you the ball opposite side where you could step into three. One of your most underrated things you ever did how many big time three that Michael Cooper have to not only put three points on the board for the Lakers but ruined the opponent. And you know better than anybody is a former NBA head coach that three pointer it can be a dagger and you hit a lot of daggers to give the Lakers wins man that was big. It was big. It will be a better coast to coast there Phil Jackson or Pat Riley. I'm such a riles guy such. Pat. Riley because he's a big tipper come on you got going on coaching ability now. Okay. here's other everything you they both had insanely great count. Yeah. But you have to that when you have incredible players like Riles, had you magic and Kareem in worthy and all the guys and then fill at Colby? Jack you still that's you're dealing with a lot of Egos they're and I think I think they were really good I think maybe fill a little more cerebral and little more psychological riles man he was tough and he stayed on you guys sometimes a little too much. I would imagine. But I think they were both great in their own way and the pre game preparation by Pat Riley I think was just off the charge he he did something as well as anybody that if you WanNa succeed in basketball or alive rials dominated the details and if you WANNA be great at anything you gotTA dominate the details and nobody did that better than riles you know what? That was the biggest thing about him it's his attention to detail I I've never had a coaching again, I've had many coaches but Pat Riley would probably be the bet- I, emulated coaching style and techniques after him..

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"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"So. What are some of those things? What are things? Discipline. time management working part of a team working with a group to accomplish one goal I have the honour and pleasure of doing afternoon drive in number two market in the country. And I'm on from two seven, I got five hours guys and every morning at about six. AM when I walk into my studio, it's like I have a blank easel and I can do whatever I want with those five hours. How am I gonNa make a difference today. What am I going to talk about today? What lessons can be learned if there's kids listening families listening? Yeah we talk about sports. We Love Sports here in southern. California. But at the same time, it's kind of a family show. We do a lot of great things on my radio show that I'm really proud of. Roger. And veggie said that about the lessons that you learn in basketball that you can apply to your life off the court and one of the things always tell kids I have this concept that I call coops five. While they are determination, dedication, desire discipline, and decision making and I tell the kids that in the respect of at one point time that was my report cards because back in the seventy, you know all you have to do is have a deed just to make it the stay eligible in basketball as opposed to now I mean you're gotta be like a four point five or something like that. So. I use a thank things and and adjective like that to help out when I'm teaching kids on the on the basketball court and I'm helping them in a classroom and when I go out and talk in the community. So I am so glad that you mentioned that and that's what you stand for. I appreciate that Kuban let me piggyback on what you just said because I have a family member that is living proof of what you just talked about. My oldest son Brandon was pretty darn good high school baseball player and he was recruited by UCLA and John Savage the head coach. There has been there forever and truly one of the best to ever did at the collegiate level he told me one day look. Your son Brandon is very good. He's a very good player. But here's what I want him on my team at UCLA is he a star like at the time they had a kid named Garrett Cole who's gone onto this a pretty good things at the and they also had another pitcher named Trevor Bauer who pitches for the reds. Now he said he's not your son's not throwing high nineties trevor or Garrett but. We can put them on our roster..

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"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"Love, to go out and read about space travel I love read about finances I love to read about world. Affairs. Science topic. So I was a man of try to educate myself and many areas outside the basketball world with all coupe in the boys cared about was winning championship rings, which is good and nothing wrong with that. But you gotTA expand. Your. Horizons. I was very well Rarick to I grew up in the. Bahamas. So I was about TV back when I was growing up I was in our watching cartoons i. Back, New Echo I was a watch outside their reading and hunting for shocks trying to expand my mind. All right. That's why we carry the that these championships we one. He was carried on Kotel Reiner like busted people but subsequent WanNa. Show Michael When you think of bubble play I know they have that we kind of explored a little bit but now they started amazing about that. It's been amazing. It's been great coop. There's been great guys and everybody has been great to watch but something's missing you know. It just not the same unless you're watching the guys at Staples Center or in the motive center on their respective arenas with the fans there a fans are missing the whole atmosphere being these individual arenas, their courts missing this is better than nothing grand plan but boy sure it just feels it's not the same without the fans Laker fans filling up staples center, but again, myrtle. Virtual. The next time I think tonight and electric place and you know you might see me doing this on the virtual date and. The employee. Thirds you're right. You know something that's kind of interesting to me is there are certain things in the playoffs you can always count on. Experience Matters Homecourt. Advantage matters I mean, do you think the rules change a little bit Mike when you look at? That who you think could win a title or do you still think that those components obviously homecourt advantage won't but do you still think experiencing sort of other things that normally matter in the playoffs matter this year experience is always important but you're right the fact that they're on a neutral site. Neutral court is kind of sterile. You miss that advantage of on your own force. So that's why this year even though the Lakers are the number one seed seating. Really doesn't really matter as much because you're not play and play not final possible game in your home floor everything's neutral right now. So to me other than land, you know land is not going to be a walkie but Portland being an AC they've got a chance to beat the Lakers. 'cause the Lakers are not playing staples Staples Center for that last possible game. So everything's okay because you're just playing on a neutral court, I was like you playing soccer league basketball. By you the to now. Oh Yeah. Yes. Go physicality. I mean obviously, you can't have Kale Kurt Rambis type situation nobody wants that. But these guys now have stopped the game review for flagrant one or two, four five. Necklace and then the referees called every little bump now especially on screens and then you can't talk to the referees or give them. Like we used to be able to do in the seventies and eighties when represent tells the shut up leap up your Big Baby Do..

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"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"I mean it was inner, but nobody nobody knew it. You know I never expressed it, you know. I didn't make a dunk and like Shaq doing all this back into way talking about that. We talking about thinking you WanNa Banish. Mother's on the team that would equal is to me. Is another thing I'm talking about ego, every coup everybody in the NBA has an ego. I don't I didn't? I on different there on offense event I was out I. Suppress Mine for you guys, who how many NBA players. Out of the millions, it played four hundred a what. You had ego. Don't tell me that bull. Don't be political. You talking some bull. You had to eat go last. Saw You when you guard against Larry Bird us in his face like you ain't get nets, shit off on me. That was you're showing your eagles for the TV and everybody to see. That was when I call up. See You and George Gervin. Get into it all the time you guys and beyond. You Ain't no forty on me. I mean I used to hear you say that all the time. My Ego was bigger than the team. It never really was a big man Wendy's I. You know I never see in. You know I'm sitting over there watching Kurt play before me. Quick now that. Bother you that the. Yale. Bother me. You know I heard. Mark Landsberg. Ruma start. Bidding head curse gone. Coop I'm lucky I'm not dead from hyper. Bothered, the hell out of meat, mcadoo we. Round and showtime with coop got six names for you okay? Xavier mcdaniels the X. Man. Physical tough I remember seeing him I never played against him, but just watching them on TV play with a lot in intensity. Played hard was physical. He was in in your face type of player. That's what I remember about him just seeing from afar. Stokely Carmichael the activists. He was definitely in your heirs. He was definitely for for black lives. Matter you know. He was he wasn't wanted to freedom riders, but he got. People riled up. About the injustices everything going on in this country stokely Carmichael. You'll man in mind Tom Chambers. Tom Chambers. Only thing I remember about him is that he did on somebody? This is what is this is dump. This is I mean he was actually. was flying like a bird. I can't that that. He dumped on I. Don't know but I. In face me and his face. He was up I said. What are the most vicious dunks album seen you know, get that movie out of here. White men can't jump because that white working. Do you think he could've guarded you? Okay next day. Maurice Lucas. Tough Guy Serve Maurice was missed the physical he. He showed that in the series when he was with Portland and they upset the. Seventy sixes I remember when I played against a couple of times, he couldn't army so he he would do all kind of still pulling my pants down to Jersey and I'd have to elbowing in this chest back off and stuff, but he was an in your face big guy to. Who that the real enforcer?.

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"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"NBA Photos in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six and couple years ago, they decided somehow to stick me in the hall of fame. I. Don't know why, but you know. It's been a slow slow year, but. It's been a great run. You know and it all started way back in high school when I just saw the magic of what I would, I could create a my head. Be Really come out through my camera and then come out as print or a photograph, which really just blew my mind. Get talking about that little stroke thing. You said Mike Number Printer broke, so I'm going to show you. A wife, but are you talking about something like that? Yeah, yeah, there. You could get that high above the air shot right. Yeah, this is this is one of my favorite hockey. Shots that was. The Two Thousand Twelve Cup final kings against New Jersey we are actually in new, Jersey and I do these crazy angles as you know all over the place, and for hockey that straight down into the crease areas, always super cool and that's fired by remote, but that I have, and it's a pretty involved intricate system, but when you get a shot like that Jonathan Quick spread-eagle and all. Action going on. That's the kind of that's the money shot I love that picture. That's what I was going to ask. How how do you get that money shot I mean. have to position yourself, or are you just pushing it? And letting the cameras shoot shoot, shoot shoot, and and then you go through and look at that one well. No, because because of this strobe system that I use I'm limited only be able to take one picture every four seconds I can't have a motor drive. I can't look at a sequence of pictures in this. Pick one out of the middle. You know you're going up for a coupon loop. Time that to be at the apex of when you're going to catch it or dunk it right magic coming down. You know doing fifteen moves before you even know what's going to happen. It's going to pass over here. He's GONNA, look! They're past their. Who knows go straight to the RIM, so you have to learn? The tendencies of all the players that you that you shoot all the time. It takes some time obviously and and you have to time it and you have to be lucky. Sometimes you have to get the moment you know and and really anticipated. Be maybe a millisecond ahead in your mind. So going from way above to wait. This No. Shot this is the craziest show I ever did. Coop so I was working for Reebok doing a lot by the way a lot by this. Is that you ever?.

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"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

16:33 min | 2 years ago

"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"They are raised by single pan. They are easily influenced by the so called good life. You know the the hustle, and and the the you know the. You know the women you know I mean a lot of the things that you can get lost, and they've been the deter you from you know having A. A real career man, so yeah. It was tough getting out of Detroit man, but being able to survive in and being able to to have a successful high school career man I mean it was a blessing for men, and it worked man, and I was pretty good as a high school player. Your Gervin you. You hit on something that I wanna just touch a little bit more about I grew up. A single family to my dad left me. That's my mom. My brother and my mom was making trying to make ends meet. She was out lvn nurse. Born doing her thing, but she would was very fortunate and WanNa. Hear your side of this is far as I. Had you know from a big family? My mom is one of ten kids and I was lucky to have some uncles that were kinda like my mentors, but as I started moving away from home, being more on the street, playing basketball, and during the play wherever they were playing of my other mental with my highschool. Highschool Coast Joyce Turner, who just passed away this past year? He's the one that kind of grounded me as far as having that male figure in my life, I'm a hand in my uncles at home, but the number one outside the home and doing something that I love which was basketball because he he's my high school. Cokes is still kind of keeps me grounded and keep me focused. who was that person for you? I go. I'd say a William Murray well. That was wanted guys, my high school coach and then Dr Sam. who was a doctor that always did things for young. african-american kids man you know and. Then was my two mentors to know then with the two men in my life. You know that took over that father image both them still alive today in both from you know see what I've grown to. You know an and still you know. You know proud of me today for you know. Having the success that I had as a young person at night as an adult so. Everybody needs to somebody coupe and dumped. Two guys was my somebody. I heard that so you go to eastern Michigan. You have a great college career, and then you go to this The Virginia squires right. Yeah, it was quite. Plan in the, Aba. Man Great. Man, you know I mean. You know my route is like when I went to Eastern. Michigan man, you know I got an fighting Evansville. You're talking about Evansville. I got in a fight in Evansville. Knocked out a guy named Jaber Cola. Why Curve? Why why did he do well? 'cause okay? We dealing with the seventies with TOM ON INDIANA. You know so, you know we talk about racism. Referees was telling me man I mean you know? The.

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"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

07:00 min | 2 years ago

"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"To. His his number forty four was retired. And name the at fifty all time, greatest players, and had probably the best the best poster that you could ever want to have because Nike was just giving it to us back in the eighty s early eighty. They give us. Everything but he had a poster hours ahead here. A fair, but George the ICEMAN Gervin. Sit on a block of ice with his legs crossed. Guess so smooth. Irving about a friend of mine coats coach the big rig. With? have been following each centered around a lot, but thank you so much for joining us sir. goo-good be here. Man Good to see you buddy. let's start like way like tell us about the growing up. And High School in Detroit grew up in Detroit Michigan. raised by single parent mom gray six. Let's had two brothers that they played before me. that was real good Detroit city ball players. My Millo rubs second brother Claude. Play with me at Martin Luther King High School. I was in school and. You know went to high school and graduated from High School. And you know, and then went to college you know. I went to. Long Beach State Parks. Tar Kadian. Car You know, but I came out to La Man I couldn't stand it. Man so I went back. Home. You could stand this nice weather here, man. I know been aware cool I. Mean you know so? It was hard to meet and be away from home. Or me all my friends if I grew up with was back. In the Mid West, so I decided to go back home and go to each miss I want to eastern Michigan University when I left Tar. You know came back to try to get me mad but I. I didn't want to go back. Man I wanted to stay around my people that I knew so. That's why I ended up going. Play basketball at Eastern Michigan University. Ice Talk about how you got your nicknamed the ICEMAN. I heard a lot of stories, but I want to hear the real story. I got fatty Taylor Man, who no longer here man my teammate man. You know make ban from Detroit. Man I mean happened that. You know distort Detroit Flavor man where you know how you dress and. Wore the gators big hats drove Cadillac..

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"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"Healthy find a healthy location. Keep the fans away. Let the players play in everybody watch. That's pretty much the only way that you must gonNA. Try really control the narrative as much as you cam. First testing all the players make sure they all good and all anybody else. That would be in that arena, but but keep it controlling. Keep everybody together isolate. What if the NBA? Aren't able to crown a champion. This'll be the first time an NBA history. What are your thoughts on that? I think it's okay. I could I remember to strike here. Okay of ninety nine and I remember we played I was a fifty game season and and so I. Remember playing that Short abbreviated season and I felt San Antonio won that year and I still felt like they were the champs I mean the rules changed, and there was out a little bit different, but everybody still a level playing field. I mean this is this is very. On President Time. And we just have to accept that and realize that and under and really recognize the fact that you know what this is is jacked up for everyone and nobody asks for this to happen, and so if it's if it's across the board, that is just not the best thing for. Everybody involved. Dennis, Kulu just don't get a champ this year and sad to say 'cause. We feel the Lakers who gone probably win that thing. Was GonNA win. What are you talking about? We Lakers are GONNA win man. You got some some moxie Lakers. We'll go to win a championship this year but I agree with you on that last two questions as I know you're here in California a lot of these still stay in touch. You got your foundation in Portland in the community. At least they'll stay in touch there. Yeah Yeah on the foundation. They see Greene Foundation. You can see everything at a C. Green Dot Com thirty four years that we've been out and it's been It's been a lot of fun. You know. Scoop. It has and I just I just announced. You know made our announced that I for the first time in those thirty four years. Will not be having our summer programs that will be going for reasons that we're talking about the Kobe nineteen, so the the soccer football baseball basketball clinics that I would normally run the three counts throughout the for three different states that we are operating in fifteen hundred kids inside a Eruzione, all are native American reach, are there. Inside a La we had Pasadena. We HAD OUR PASADENA LOCATION OUR LA location are Orange County San Analog. You know you didn't ask me to come out to pass the data. You can't lift come there. I don't like the Mayor of Pasadena. Very clear and they made it very clear that Oh worst cou I'm so tired of hearing those kids afterwards. then. Yeah, but we're. We're getting you know, so. I told him I said look we can't. We can't do it the way we like to do it normally, but what we're doing now we're going more digital as one more into east sports now and providing the opportunity of enjoyment for the kids.

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"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"Here comes at. Michael Cooper last year. Pay Bank. Because right here and I mean let me tell you something. It was it was go with the ball body ground. That's all I remember I love it. Okay. You know what I'm a senior citizen. Now my memory comes and goes, but I'm glad you brought that every. Don't feel bad about myself I actually back. A boy at is interested in here. You come from your background very religious background joining a showtime. Lakers team that just won the championship. The Forum club I mean. How much did you know about? You know what this team was all about? Aside from being a rookie joining championship level team that had all time great players. Were you nervous about that environment. Actually I wasn't a great is a great question to I wasn't because. Mr West. That was his first question to me when he was doing the pre-draft, he was like. How are you going to feel in the locker room? Are you GonNa? Are you gonNA be okay because it's going to be conversations like this and discussions on the other and I'm like I. Don't see a problem with the sir. Might I been in college for years? He's well. He's a son is a little bit different college of. What I said I said I think I'M GONNA. Be Okay. I think I'm going to be fine, and so I I. Really. There's there's no precursor. To, show tie, you cannot. There's no prerequisite class you can take. Nobody can tell you you just you got it as go and experience is one of those kinds of things, and and that's pretty much what it was really really like and I think it wasn't so much. The GLITZ and the glamour was there, but the guys were real. Okay, and that's what made. That's what made it so family oriented? Okay? It made it so real uncomfortable for anybody to be in that kind of atmosphere, because the guys WanNa play ball, and they and they actually cared about you, and it didn't take long for me. Really realize that that they did not..

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"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"coop" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"That Bulls series. We almost pass the showtime era. Okay from that standpoint, so if I had if I had our showtime, guys. All right on in our system. That we that we knew how to coverage on his back. We played position. We took, we took away a person, sweet spot, and made them star three to five feet further they wanted to, and by the time they made the move to get to where they want it to be. That help was always going to be there. And everybody was rotated as we call on a strain at that time, and so it was a little bit different. Okay with my with that that ninety teams. So ready I've been I stayed up all night for this one. Well Hey, welcome showtime with coop podcast powered by bet online dot. AG ON C. L. NS media and my main man ats on here, but I am so proud. Proud and honored to have one of my favorite teammates. I've had. A lot of guys throughout the eighties and this young man that was not young anymore. It's old guy now. Oh. Eggs FC Green, but he was affectionately on our team called junior h. how you doing I'm good scoop doing good man. Thank you for them and be on your podcast I. Actually feel honored I. Really Do man you. You called me out and ask to be on this podcast with you I'm like Yo. Count me in. Brother you always wanted my favorites I didn't I didn't do much life. You don't get into that leg. I'll tell you why, but of course through. When we did it to. Oregon. State school I use only thing dressed, purple and gold and red and black. That's New Mexico colors, so I wore this for you. As orange burnt orange, right does grow beginning started. Tell us about growing up in the Portland area, playing basketball highschool how you got to Oregon State, and then we're gonNA take it from. There are so now growing growing up in Portland. Is a small part is really slaw and especially during my childhood days a small town. Just, not extremely diverse. Group I grew up in what we at that particular time was our inner city. And it was still a lot of fun is growing up there on started in baseball was my favorite sport child, and then I went from baseball, football and then I, just fell stumbled into basketball, and it was my older brother at four is four kids in.

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