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"delvino" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"Like, I think that they are just sex freaks, who they go. Car, Delhvi car? Gets everybody else into we've talked about this before. If you have never say you have never experimented with a girl car Delvina. We'll just rope you in right? I just feel like she could make anybody a lesbian. No. Maybe. It's just so hypocritical to be like, yes, she anybody, to be lesbian me. While we were shitting on James. Right. Right, right. Right, right. Like like with gift with straight guys. You know what? You're right because I think women love care delving. That's the thing car. You're right. I remember when the James Charles stuff was coming out, people were like what about car Delvino is flirting with straight women, which I get it is hypocritical. You're right friend. Thank you for calling me out on my bullshit. But like I said, I just feel I car Delvin is probably fantastic. Lover, one might say. Yep. Yep. So, and I mean she and Ashley Benson are. It seems dating dating like the you know, they're they've been together, it's been. It's been a while. They t- LA been together for a while, having a blast carrying this bench in, I think, cars, like stick it out our tongue one point in one of these pictures. Right. And they're yeah. They I can't tell this is also something that they're, they're caring in. They know they know the proper and they're probably just like, oh, this is this is going to be so funny or. Yeah. And, and let's show it off to the camera because everybody's gonna laugh about it. Right care. Seems pretty cheeky. Yeah. It's my, my British Turkey few since she's British. Yeah. That's nice. Cheeky. Yeah. I like I like that one. I'm excited for them. Congrats on the sex bench. That's all I have to say about that one. It's still like whoever had to write this article hysterical for the Daily Mail. It's like they talk about the bench. And then it's they literally say it is unclear whether the Cup. Purchase the additional extra for the bench for the scene. The dictator sex machine, which features sex toy and retails at around eight hundred pounds so oh, there's putting on a cheeky display. That's I didn't even get to that part everybody we all think cares cheeky. Yeah. There you go friend. I also didn't know that they live together. I don't know if they do live together, they might just be unloading this into set into their West Hollywood home. Oh, so maybe they do knows if they lived together that could be somebody's West Hollywood home. Yeah. They were carrying some sex, bent into a West Hollywood home, and it was either Ashley's cares about their. There's good for them. We know there. Hosing it do I say, Kara. Yeah. It's probably it is Kara. I, but I always say care care, but I feel like I should saying CARA because I'm American. But I also think Harnish accent. It's car, right? Yes. It would be call. Yeah. Yeah. Yep. Whatever back and forth. Back and forth, the moral of the story is there on a sex bench right now. And that's where he's going to have to face the facts. Fran. I actually last point about them. I'd like to see more from them on, on social media, like pictures and stuff. That would make me happy. Yeah. Cute, coast stage, shutdown, somebody some like troll on Instagram recently. That was pretty good somebody just shitting on their relationship, and they both just totally. Oh, I didn't see that one. I would have been hyped up. I think it's by slips card probably they both just totally totally shut it down. I didn't see this..
"delvino" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"The new birth tonight. Dr phrases got to be a bunch of others will be there with him. But of course, he had the capstone of it, and he'll be talking about finance and economic development. And it's very important and said, you know, you come to the city of Atlanta, what we have the largest economic wealth gap than any other place in the country with all of the progressive, politics, and all the black leadership, Atlanta, it has the largest economic gap of any other place in the country and talk about some of the underpinnings for this disparity. Not just in Atlanta. But in general in general, I mean, we are financially illiterate people I mean, fundamentally not all of us just most of us. So what's the first thing slaves when they became free? They began building small classrooms, building small schools hundred years ahead an entire system of historically black colleges and universities, right? So literacy, so we must educate ourselves about. Economic development and wealth creation. We must focus on financial education financial literacy, beginning K through twelve and throughout and we must place the burden of financial education on the church, the twenty five hundred reference references to economic in the bible. All right. Twenty five hundred references. Eight hundred thousand words in the bible, a thousand twenty six of those words are direct quotes from Jesus Christ. Eight hundred of those thousand twenty six of those words what about economics and money from Jesus Christ. So money and economics is very important. So we need to focus on financial education financial literacy K through twelve and two out allies. And that initiative must be faith based initiative. So we're gonna learn what in fact kind of system have we put together to facilitate that you're going to learn that tonight at Newburgh we developed a program. Call wins, wealth-building centers and curriculum which is a faith based. Initiative. That's number one education education education has always been Algo. Number two. The big thing they're going to learn about is what I call the four pillars for the intergenerational transfer of wealth. Right. What are the four pillars? And then you're going to sit there and listen to me, and you're going to be obedient. And you're going to be able to check off what boxes of the four boxes that you can check off that are that you have implemented or executed in your life. That will help you fulfil proverbs thirteen twenty two and that is a good Manley's an inheritance to his children's children Cleese six ten nineteen says what money answers all things my money is a critically important. And you're gonna learn why is wealth important. Why is it important therefore critical reasons why it's important? And once you understand why the how will take care of itself. I'm going to explain why illustrate y and then I'm going to. Talk about some strategies into tactics. And some mindset and some consciousness that we as a people must have you wanna get this from an elder seventy four years old I've done fairly well in my life. Now, I know I look thirty five forty, but you know, black don't crack. But but but but I am. So I've been there done that. I'm speaking out of my own life. Right. This is not theory. Let me say this because I think who's in the room tonight. So critical a lot of time where we had Dr George Frazier people getting maybe Tim date it. But when you talking about what principles everyday Joni to be this stuff. We know, you know, it's been awhile since I seen you Dane, but I'd say it in context. Everybody definitive shouldn't be crying. There's one auntie who sit on a front, and she just a happy is can be because she's the one hold, and then they have made dollar policy on you. Well, formation insurance. We have set up. Go fund me but one on own front row, and I can't wait to this. I love you. If I reach across I would hug you. That's exactly right. One of the four pillars for the intergenerational transfer of wealth as proper insurance sixty percent of all wealth is transferred tax free through technical and strategic placement of proper insurance. You gotta get something more than debit insurance burial insurance and mom knew that because they had issue, man. And his yo mama who had a fourth grade education. But if you fit in over the insurer came every week to get them three four Pinhas. That's right, and mama had that term life full life whole life of some kind of policy to marry we need that. But that's a message that anybody can grasp everybody can grass who should be an audience tonight over at new birth from young people, I would say seven to eight years old so long as they can sit still. That's all they need to be able to sit still next to you. To eldest need to be in the audience because the elders need to hear this. So that they can repeat this who future generations about children is a free calls. What is it called? It's free. Oh, man is free ninety nine got no reason not to be there. If you can sit through gangrene game of thrones that ain't gonna do nothing. Vance your life other than entertain you have. I'm just hating. No game thrown. But if you do that, you certainly can you certainly can sit through this lecture tonight. If you just come get these four wealth principles. It'd be worth a trip and now bunch of other folks, sixty four hundred Woodrow, Dr not Georgia three hundred thirty eight. Let's go to the phone. We got a couple of people on the phone. Let's see Mitchell on line three Mitchell. Hey, Derek, Mr. Frazier. How you doing this afternoon? Good. He just put his headphones. You got of working over that, Jordan. Okay. He can hear you. Now. Go ahead. Hey, wanna say man for those that have never heard Mr. Frazier? Go. If you've never heard any live. You still can hear me. Anyway. Check. Right. I can hear you now. Okay. Miss the phrase Indira good afternoon, guys. Give to anyone who who's never heard Mr. Frazier lab. You're definitely missing. I have your book success rate. Success race bind by you. I think you will with Delvino Wilson Riano when I speak. Wonderful guy. And I think I know you some money. Collected tonight. Got a little bit of interest on this. Now. Right. I calculated at about one point six million now, I know ten dollars, but. Really quickly. I I gave you credits once or twice, and I've used it several times on wwl K, Derek when mixed appraiser said,.
"delvino" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Christine UC fourteen more conference champions crowned on Saturday meeting. Fourteen teams dig up automatic bids to the NCAA tournament dying. Williamson continued who's incredible run of his spectacular freshman season in the ACC tournament title game against Florida state, twenty one points hybrid bounds to the devil, south Florida state, seventy three sixty three. There twenty conference tourney title. In addition to the play of Zion. There was another aspect of the game. That wasn't difference maker through not ESPN radio's Bob Delvino. My goodness. They get it in the pay outscored Florida state forty two eighteen in the paint. And that's a big and talented Florida state frontline they play to their strengths especially in the second half. And you always say in March Bill you want to be playing their best basketball the end of the year. It's hard to believe that they could be playing a whole lot better than this. Bracket BUSTER in the Pac twelve title game is Oregon knocked off Washington sixty eight forty eight the field for the NCAA tournament will be unveiled tonight ESPN bracket just killed at hardy has Virginia North Carolina and Gonzaga as he wants his last four in Arizona state temple Saint Johnson TCU I four out NC state Belmont, Texas and Indiana, a reminder tune into selection Sunday on ESPN radio at six thirty eastern tonight. NBA warriors playing without the injured. Kevin Durant rolled by the thunder one ten eighty eight to the first Western Conference team to clinch a playoff spot. Okay. Seems Russell Westbrook picked up his sixteen technical follow the season unless that's rescinded. No, get an automatic one game suspension. Westbrook already has had to descended this season. After selection Sunday is time start filling out our brackets, Lou on the wheel Cain show is going to be eating some nasty stuff. That more Monday will Cain show. Weekdays three eastern ESPN radio the ESPN app. Thirteen thirteen from the field. It doesn't seem like it's taken into his field would do. Say those people who question. Hey. He couldn't believe his boys hanging Zeile Williams talking about.
"delvino" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"With the SEC regular season, title, and more importantly, the number one seed in the conference tournament for the vol's. They've got revenge on their minds after losing by seventeen Kentucky in Lexington. Earlier. Head coach Rick Barnes spoke with our Bob Delvino coach you're a little bit of the reports thrill show last couple of weeks here. What about these are less close close wind close loss for exciting games? I think he wanted to look at the schedule. The teams were playing all the upper half the league we knew that when the season started that we're going to face kind of like a gauntlet coming down the end, and it's really pretty much what from the coaching staff standpoint that we expected I saw your team very early you played Louisville. And you guys look so good for you got a lot of experience. So you you look like a new what you wanted to do at both ends of the floor even that early in the season. So as you assess your team, what have you what have you gotten better at what would you like to still see them get better as the years progressed here? Well, there's no question. We're we're. Better off as a team we were a year ago. But I thought as the season progress we got where we were relying on offense more than our defense. And even though we had a long winning streak there. We weren't as good defensively as we were year ago. It took really halls to get us back on track. And I think we're coming off arguably our best if this game the year against ole miss, and we're going to have to do that down the stretch, very atypical. The first game you had with them. They re-budget thirty nine twenty six kind of your you're usually nobody pushes you guys around. And that was a rough game for you guys. What did you learn from that you'll take into this game? What I think what we learned that we better be ready to play every single night. And I'm not saying that they wait anything from Kentucky because we had gotten into where we were kinda come along pretty smoothly from coaching staff standpoint, we talked about the details that we were letting slip away. And then we go into that game. And they simply just came out with more intensity. Played harder. Got all the fifty fifty balls. And today is not a game of emotion is more of a game about intensity. And we've got a. Make sure that we do our part your pace to be the only team since the very first team. We're freshmen were eligible to go the whole year without a freshman scoring a point. So your team is reliant on experience because of that as the year goes on can you tweak them a little more? Can you give them some more things because their experience you can like we we added a little bit more for the game down at ole miss at a little bit more here because of that experience they can pick it up, and it's just little tweaks. It's nothing. That's. It's too hard to comprehend. But the fact is because they are older I have confidence that they can pick it up. You. Probably facing a Kentucky team without re Travis today he was important in that first game. I don't know if it affects your game plan. How do you assess that issue it doesn't it really doesn't again? I fact he's not playing. I mean, we we wanna play the obviously the team that beat us up there. But they got they got depth. And he did a great job up. There. Do what they wanted him to do from a defensive standpoint. But regardless we we've got to do a better job defensively with post defense. We gotta do a better job of getting to the foul on OSCE rebound the ball. And just simply we just look at the whole game. We've gotta do a great job in every area. You've been so good. When you face teams in the rematch gaming the league what's been the key for your team's success. Well, again, you go back to each game. You look the things that you didn't do. Well, there's a lot of them. But yet even with that said when we were coming back, you know, we were really two possessions away from making it a nine point game with eight minutes to go and had to bad turnovers. And then it went from really thirteen back up to eighteen. And now, you're. Fighting appeal in your your mental mindset in where it needs to be. But it's a long game. It's a long season. But we have to learn from those things, and we expect a battle here today. And we we really play it like every possessions. The last one you have had success against them here. Oh, you've got to win streak against them here. Does it help your guys help you? I don't I you know, obviously, I think our teams are confident team. Yeah. I don't think that you know, we're whoever we play. I think our team goes in with confidence playing at home. I don't think again, we did a very good road team. And so we expect him to come in lot. Dan, like we are on the road and just it to get decided between the lines. We're looking forward to a great camps could see a replay welding, thanks fantasy head coach Rick Barnes earlier with our Babo. Von oh, keep in mind. The vol's have defeated Kentucky in Knoxville in each of the last three years Jay Williams on this SEC showdown. When I think about Tennessee, look still legitimate front court, and they're going to go against a great front court. When you think about Kentucky Kentucky's Franck quarters.
"delvino" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Weeks do continues to deal with the loss of Zion. Williamson missing a third straight game due to a right knee sprain. As the blue devils fight for a number one see taking on Miami this afternoon while in the SEC a three way tie for first with Kentucky LSU in Tennessee. John Calipari in the Wildcats finding their form winning fourteen of its last fifteen but will be without re Travis while the vaults are going in the opposite direction. Trending downwards dropping two of their last four including a seventeen point loss against Kentucky for a preview. Let's send it out to Knoxville longside. Bob delvino. Here's Bill rosinsky. Thank you very much, John. Yeah. Big game in the SEC to the top teams in the country. Got Tennessee and Kentucky, Bob they played once this year and Kentucky handled them well really beat up on the floor one big time. And let's start with this Kentucky team first time. I think everybody watched was at Duke game at the beginning of the season. They're a little bit better. Right now, aren't they? Well, we've talked about that John cale powered really doesn't get anywhere near the credit. He deserves coach of the year polls and things like that. 'cause everybody says all looking at Tallis wrote in he's got all these pros and one in Duns, but that's part of I get that part of it. Evaluated coaches guy overachieved department. Also Bill is how much better have you gotten during the course of the year? I'd coaches that's what they talk about is. Hey, we got build and get better. And better. There's no question. There's so much better than they were early. They were not very good defensively offensively. They didn't really have a focus. They didn't have a guy to go to and PJ Washington's emerged as that guy. So they're so much better than they were early. And he deserves a lot of credit for that. What about Tennessee? Now, there are some critics out there because they had that the big long winning streak. Now, they've lost a couple how good is this Tennessee. It's the most honest to God, I think it's the most ridiculous discussion I've ever seen. They lost in overtime to a top ten team and LSU and then they wanna game on the road against a good team. And ole miss team it's a conference game. And all of a sudden people are diving off the bandwagon. It just seems ridiculous to me. They still have some incredible numbers. They shoot in this day and age with all the three point shots that people shoot they still shoot over fifty percent from the field as a team. That's unbelievable. The third in the country in that regard. They still rebound. Well, they're good defensive team. They're very physical. Everybody the guards to Fords. The assistant coaches everybody will they are very physical team. They know who they are. I mean to me that's the biggest baffler to me I've seen is at overtime game. And a and a you know, one possession game. All of a sudden meant that this team is not as good as people thought they were. I think that's crazy. Well, John Brickley. We were in Lubbock last week. And the headline of the paper that morning was redemption as Texas Tech. Tried to redeem themselves against Kansas. Boy, did they do that. Guess what opened the local paper today, redemption? Let's see if Tennessee can do the same thing should be fun back to you in the studio and Bill keeping my Tennessee has defeated Kentucky in Knoxville each of the last three years, according to Joel and Ardia loss by Kentucky could move the Wildcats off the top line replaced by Michigan state. If the Spartans were top Indiana this afternoon in Bloomington is the college basketball pregame show is presented by Uber. Uber awards is going to make you love. Uber. Even more get all the info and terms that Uber dot com slash rewards. Let's get you caught up on some of the action right now in the top twenty five. Let's start with LSU ranked thirteenth in the country tied with Tennessee and Kentucky for first in the SEC on ESPN spent a fight with Alabama on the road, the tide on a forty four forty one lead on the Tigers about eight minutes in to the second half for Alabama. They could use this win one of the last four buys, according to Joel Nardi as for Michigan. State on the road taking on Indiana coming off their win in overtime against Wisconsin Spartans right now despite thirteen turnovers have a fifty four forty nine lead. And for Kansas ranked fifteenth in the country one game back of Texas Tech and Kansas state for first in the big twelve they trail Oklahoma state fifty seven fifty five under nine minutes to go in that game. Keep in mind, the jayhawks are two and seven on the road this season. That is the worst record of any ranked team in the country back to the Williamson news will miss his third straight game with a grade one right knee sprain in his absence, the blue devils have a road win against Syracuse. But they lost on Tuesday. Virginia Tech ESPN's Jay Bilas on. If this Duke team will earn a number one seed come the NCAA tournament. I think it's gonna be hard to find four teams.
"delvino" Discussed on WEEI
"In the house dressed very nicely. Must be coming from his day job as a. International lollipop salesman will be joining you at ten o'clock all sorts of patriots SuperBowl hype Celtics reaction, I'm looking for now we're into Wednesday. It's going to pick up down at radio row. We're live all they're all week long w e let's what's what we give give me some juice. Here's Nicole Roby Coleman. We thought was going to be our big star this week back traps backtracks to on backtracks like a coward again. Quote, the great shell so Robie Kalman's out. What's the big story line to mossy as we head towards the latter portion of the week here? I got nothing. I mean, I don't right. Lots of airtime to fill in lots of blog posts to right? Yeah. Nothing like, we don't want the. I mean, we Anthony Davis. Gotta say it's the Super Bowl. So we probably don't have to worry about this. But the Red Sox dodgers World Series ended up being like, not a lot of juice. Their ratings were not good ratings are not great. You know, Super Bowl ratings are always going to be great because it's the Super Bowl. But is this going to be one of those weeks? It already seems to be that leading into the game is a little bit like Red Sox dodgers is not a lot of buzz. The oh, I don't have any animosity towards L A at all. None. Yeah. No animosity towards the Rams none whatsoever. So you will be back here. Tomorrow. The people Boston happy to know that and the next day. I'm not scheduled to be back until Friday. But maybe I would keep your phone on on Thursday. That would be my who's who's who's pencils day and Greg Dickerson who's Ben Charleston. A great job as always tonight. I mean, the the real winch been here w night, Scott Charleston tonight. That's an Icee. I mentioned Gilroy coming up next mutton Callahan. Get us started from radio tomorrow at six Delvino Connor on author of the definitive ballot. Check biography. Chris mad dog Russo. And Ben bolan what's showing the guys to. We'll see. I will make argument that Brady better off losing early in the playoffs and losing in Super Bowls. That's always fun. See everyone..
"delvino" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Two Michigan and number four Virginia a Saturday slate showcasing various trap games for those national contenders. Most notably number one Duke playing only its second true road game of the season against number thirteen Florida state that came about to tip on ESPN from Tallahassee but in artists latest bracket towel g the most represented conference comes from the big ten with a projected ten teams potentially making it into the tournament for sixteen th ranked Ohio State at twelve and one start has been overshadowed by back to back losses against Michigan state and most recently back on Wednesday falling on the road to Rutgers as for Iowa thirteen and three all three of their losses coming in conference play. But ending an eight game road losing streak within the conference. Following their victory against northwestern. The looming question surrounding the hawk is is the health of Tyler cook battling through knee soreness. As cook leads the team in points rebounds, shooting percentage and in minutes. Played for a preview, let's send it out to Carver Hawkeye arena in Iowa City alongside Bob Delvino. Here's Bill rosinsky. Thank you very much John snowing outside here in Iowa City, but it should be hot inside at Carver Hawkeye arena. We've got a big ten battle between Ohio State and Iowa Bob normally in college basketball in the pros you're talking about three point shots up and down the floor. But in this match up today, we're going to get a look at two of their really big guys inside who can score. They can also shoot the three, but they can score inside Caleb lesson for the buckeyes and Tyler cook for Iowa. So many similarities in these teams not only in the records. But the statistics they both have two big ten wins. They both have very similar overall records states twelve and three I was thirteen and three. And they are both led by guys that lead them in both scoring and rebounding Caleb western seventeen points a game just under seven rebounds for the buckeyes and Tyler cook who missed the last game. But fortunately for frame, McCaffrey. We'll be back at over seventeen points in over eight rebounds a game. But they you know, they are also what's so interesting is. Why love college basketball so much? You can get numbers that are so similar and yet the way you generate those numbers could be so different for example. How state really hanging its hat on their defense even the game. They lost against Rutgers. They really played pretty good defense. They're just having trouble scoring the ball Iowa wants to go fast. They wanna go up and down the floor. They want to push it. They want to run and they get to the free throw line. He gets to the free throw line about as well as anybody in the country. They make twenty two free throws a game. But Ohio State as I said takes great pride and controlling tempo. And being able to defend so even though the numbers are similar. They both had twenty nine percent defensive three point percentage. They shoot in the high forties offensively how they do. It is very different that makes for an interesting match. And how then does the team that wins this game control? This thing. You just said it I will wants to be up temple bio state. Let's slow it down. Let's play some defense. What's the deciding factor in that? I think it really comes down to what Chris Holt has been concerned about the buckeyes offense. Are they going to be able to score the ball because if you can score the ball? All you can set your defense. That's the easiest way control tempo. The score. Get back set your defense up the other guys a hard time running it down throat when you've been able to score and then you can get back. But if they have trouble scoring, and they did they shut less than forty percent against Rutgers. And that is going to be an issue because one thing Iowa has is they are tremendously long long team. They have four guys although one is red and have a wing span of over seven feet. I mean in that is you know, that's where Ohio State lost a lot from last year's team. They lost a lot of the interior presence. So they're having to learn to play with different players little different style. But if they can score the ball, they can set the defense in the nor to score the ball. They're going to have to negate some of that length for the for the Hawkeyes should be a good one. Both teams would like a big ten win this afternoon, by the way, it's Star Wars day here theory, Anna, and I must say you look fantastic in your Princess Leia bikini, although we did get some strange looks on the guards came in but Elvis is here. I think there's a guy. I guess he's got he's the wrong convention. All right. That's the story from Iowa City back to John Brickley in studio. Bill may force be with you on this game today. Number sixteen Ohio State and Iowa coming up inside a half hour from now John Brickley with you in the studio. Let's update you on some of the action from around the top twenty five here on this Saturday. And let's start with the game on ESPN closing in two minutes to go and Chapel Hill where Louisville has never won against North Carolina. That is going to change the cardinals with a twenty point advantage on number twelve North Carolina that one seventy nine fifty nine Stephen Enoch with seventeen points, eleven rebounds coming off the bench in that game for Louisville. It has gone final between number four Virginia and Clemson sixty three forty three Virginia with the victory. They are now fifteen and oh off to their best start since the two thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen season. How daunting was that Virginia defense? They held Clemson to twenty six percent shooting from the floor, including. Sixteen percent from three point range as mentioned coming up just past the top of the hour. In fact, about five minutes from now number one and number thirteen Florida state are going to battle Duke just their second true road game of the season Zion. Williamson has been the focal point all season long college basketball. He's got thirty three dunks this year, while dukes opponents have twenty nine also tipping off Seton Hall and number twenty one Marquette, and it's gone final between Kansas state and number twenty Iwa stayed berry Brown junior with the game winner for.
"delvino" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Offset the show at our own iheart jingle the halls or whatever it was. We did the Christmas special. We did. She flipped off her boyfriend onstage. It's on YouTube. Don't try to find it on the CW version. It wasn't even a straight up. She didn't even it was. It was diagnosed it was at a slant. It was here's the sideways finger that means more. I'm not familiar with with what that means. So she's a performer. There's no question about that. And she does I mean, she makes enough noise that everybody follows her in and pays attention to her her music. Hear music is as hot as it gets. Like, you say, it's it just doesn't I'm not her target audience, obviously. But it doesn't doesn't resonate with me. Are you guys Cardi fans? I am now. Okay. Yeah. I believe in this. She wants to swing by the station one morning and hang out with this. We're open to it. Well, sure will roll co host with Tony. That would be taken to see that. I would get up early to listen to to Tony Cruz and Cardi B co hosting Kentucky and his morning, we need we need it Cardi Cardi B Christmas album, Christmas, special everything would probably go. Well, until about five ten Paul Rogers walk into the studio and announced the Cardi B needs to get out of his chair. Yes, he did with Miss America. Did he specifically say like get the hell out of my chair something like that? It's recorded some buses got it. Barry of told Miss America. Get the hell out of Jared derby win, Tony Tony couldn't handle it. Wait immediately into the fetal position it was just curled up. Just went down. I'm going to have to find this tape this this we'll find it Gus has I remember when it happened copy of it. Let me see if I could dig it up. I always back here producing and I was like what Senate to me? Yup. Well, better stay the hell out polls chair tonight because he's calling the game. He university of Louisville and Robert Morris, and I don't want anybody else in his chair. I like the way Paul calls him. So I do too. It's a lot of fun. Listen to Paula Imbaba Delvino. And you know, it's it's interesting when you watch all the different ways because I was watching the Duke game last night Duke in Texas Tech. Yep. And Bob Houston. I think calls the jets games when he's not working for ESPN. And apparently, he went Vitel in a couple of times to the well, making fun of this long Johns, isn't it? And we're using in a polite way we saying really had to go there. They kind of employ me dick Vitalis rioting minutes if they're not over there getting very close by. And it was like seventy nine years old or something is that? Right. And it was awkward when he did it the first time, and then he went back into the second time in was shooting goes really we're going there again in and it was like dick vitelle tried to block it off. I'm like, dude, you'll stay in your life. I just dick Vitale he had his glory day. And I'm not saying the man's not knowledgeable, but college basketball because he is, but you could parade him through the student section of the majority of the three hundred twenty fifty however, many d one schools there are and have the students sections gonna who's the bald guy. Well, this deal with the band. I did notice last night though. His because it is early annoying to listen to that guy. Call a game. But it has been dialed down this year. At least I've noticed in the games. He's called it's still annoying. Don't get me wrong. But on a scale one to ten is probably Dow back to a seven now, we're no longer to eleven. Well, yeah. I.
"delvino" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Reserve Meller how Lido Smith fair now that he will get more run. I think does Smith will probably see double-digit touches from here on out, of course, Tevin Coleman. Probably the biggest winner I asked because I have you know, Smith on my fantasy team the rest of you can pound sand. If you don't like that thunder start Russell Westbrook has been ruled out of tonight's opener against the warriors dealing with an arthroscopic knee surgery rehab that occurred the surgery occurred September twelfth tight timetable to be reevaluated in four weeks. So he's progressing, but not going to be available tonight has a knee up every. Yeah. Well, when you play that that kind of explosive basketball, my guess is every now and against the things could be chipped off, Nick or all kinds of things. Giants owner John Mara says oh del Beckham junior needs to do more playing unless talking the owners unhappy about all aspects of his team's one and five thirty definitely did not enjoy Beckham's recent televised interview with ESPN I wish you would create the headlines by his play on the field as opposed to what he says. And what he does on the field. He said during a break at the NFL owners meetings today he'd be and better behavior if he didn't get the contract, or is this just Odell doing my guess is it so Delvino Dell. And again, I will say what I've said all along when you have a unique talent like him for him. The juice is worth the squeeze. I'm not sure I would have made him a captain away. I think that the giants in the giants make.
"delvino" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"They take the ball, right, go to the archery field because they think it would be fun to kick the ball as far as possible on the archery field and and it's gone a ball. And so in two thousand eight, when they win the bronze, Delvino gets the ball and immediately hinted tomato. This is to make up for the fact that got drunk and kick the ball on the archery. Athens all those years ago, I think so bonus lost their ball to for a while. Didn't he? He he, there's the stories that Sapone is didn't show up. He didn't start to chunk in the athletes village. Look if you when you're Olympics or over like, if you're if you're if you go to the Olympics and then your event is done and the Olympics are still going on, you should absolutely go full on like bohemian, just at drinking, whatever you want to do for the remainder of the Olympics, you're surrounded by young, beautiful athletes or young, and then the prime of your life and you've just sacrificed. God knows how much practice time to achieve the then go crazy. That's specially fills European and South American team defeated the United States, inbound ball as curtain you. And so the wants a bonus tidbit that cracked me up and in the in the transcripts, the way it was phrased there was no way to use it as a quote, but I put it in one of these little those little interstitial context interstitial. That's a very nice word. He's a smart smart guy. We was that Savona this that in throw in the Soviet Union when they were still playing, they're the sort of standard issue corner store. Like small and large bottles of vodka. Small was Marshall onus and large Simonis. You go get us a bonus. It's going to be a long day. And now as this is the, this is just an observation, even in a book like this, that chronicles, all of them be his basketball history. There are certain things that are just, like I said, are not going to get their, you know, their full treatment right? The the seventies in the NBA the early to mid seventy. They just can other than the Knicks. The Knicks are the only thing that ever like and like the the Sony five warriors the bullets the Sonics that wanted in seventy six Sonics one hundred door. Remember what? D. seven seventy seven was a blazers, seventy seven seventy six. Seventy eight, was it? It's? It's interesting that we've just sort of agreed that. No one's really interesting and I do think like so as a result, I do think there are players that are great players. We just don't talk about Dave Callans just Dave. His name just doesn't ever come up. Even Rick berry. Just kind of comes up in these ways he was on. So it's like Rick Perry comes up because he went to the ABA and that was kind of weird. Now he's like cranky and has a bunch of sons that do stuff in the NBA, but like we just this whole era because all these sort of random teams won individual championships other than the Nixon seventy two late. We've all agreed to just forget about like Jo Jo White made the whole family couple years ago, but you know, it's even Havlicek like prime have like tail end career have. Let's say it's guys just aren't talked about. It's weird. It is weird and it's one of the things we struggled a lot with. Again, I, you know, when I woke up, do we have enough Barclay Callans that someone I know and respect very much Gioja white. I know these guys I've been around them. It was hard. I think the colleges there's going to be an MVP. You like he won an MVP on well aware. He's probably go both nights. Nights and was the coach of that team. Tommy Heinsohn was a really, really good coach. He won championships as a coach for the Celtics. One remembers Cowan's the most forgotten or forgetful or overload guy who actually wanna regular season MVP in the history of the league..
"delvino" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Voice of Pittsburgh NewsRadio, ten twenty Katie k. man, to you, know we've been talking a lot today about Senator John McCain who passed away over the, weekend and I wanted to make it relevant because you what would what extent drama McCain came here and we had an opportunity to be able to hear from him. Directly so I decided to go to the. Man I thought best contact regarding that and it's Katy k TV's John John Donahoe joining us now on the disk institute of. Pittsburgh Newsline, John welcome back the KKK, radio always good to have you And I. Just hit a button and lost John Dylan oh do me, a favor try getting John back on I was sliding up the slide so we, can hear his wonderful voice and then bump tap the button with pinky anyway John McCain you can join the conversation we've been having regarding him by sending me a text at eight six six three nine one at ten twenty eight six six three nine one ten twenty you can also join. The conversation on my Facebook page that's mangino. On Katie k John Delvino back. Joining us on the disk institute Pittsburgh Newsline John sorry about that when you had an opportunity. To. Speak, to Senator McCain win was, that last opportunity you had Well Robert, first, of, all, good to be with you and all, your, listeners, I had, the opportunity. To interview Senator McCain a couple of times actually a. During the two thousand eight campaign when he was the Republican nominee against then, Senator Barack Obama. And I met. Senator McCain I met his wife Cindy McCain and had an, opportunity to sit down with him Here in Pittsburgh when they were campaigning I think I did a satellite interview. As well so it was, all good very interesting, fellow of, course we all knew him as a war hero He was somebody who spoke. Very I mean very passionately. About the. Military, and folks, in the military so it was all good When you, look at, Senator John McCain how will you best remember him what. Will come to your mind Well I think it's not what came out. Of the, interviews that I had with Senator McCain the mattered so. Much as just the way he was I mean the word that everybody uses about maverick because you couldn't it was very difficult to predict what. He was going to do from, one moment for the next and kind of, wipe that now mind you he was a fairly conservative Republican and. If you look at his voting record you will see that he'd lined, up pretty much with conservative Republicans I think some Democrats and liberals may forget, that and in discussing him we're thinking. About him because he did also. Vote against the repeal of ObamaCare but that was, just one last vote he cast most of the time he was pretty much a down the line conservative but he was also I think more than that and institutionalists and you're talking to someone who's spent fourteen years working in the US. Congress in Washington DC and have huge, respect for the institutions of the? Of the house in the Senate And I think what I like most about John McCain. Aside from the fact you couldn't quite predict where he was going. To come out on issues was the fact that he believes very strongly in the small the democratic process the congress that you can work across. Party lines it was always creating, alliances with people in the other party in, order to make things happen and he had no problems doing that. It was the kind of bipartisanship said is so lacking in Washington these, days where Democrats don't wanna work with Republicans and Republicans don't want to work, with Democrats John McCain even his last. Speech on the Senate floor was. A warning to folks let's get back to the, regular order the old, way of doing things which in his mind meant cutting across party lines in order to benefit the American people that some things were just much more important than political party and getting back to that classics small d That willingness to compromise that doesn't just go back to thirty years ago forty years ago it goes all the way back to our founding. Doesn't it Well it does indeed and in fact Chris President George. Washington warned about parties, and factions and the white and it was inevitable that we would? Have party splits and there's nothing wrong with having political parties the real. Key is are you an elected official who can see beyond your own party it's a good question to pose all our. Candidates for any public office can you and will. You work with. The other side when the other, side has a good idea. Because let's face it most, Americans believe that no, party has. A monopoly I'm good ideas and sometimes if you're a Republican, sometimes Democrats have better ideas and if you're. A democrat sometimes Republicans have that, I guess but if you use a political Blinder political test. That says I can never worked with the other. Party then we. Are in my view we are not only defeating the whole Purpose of democratic small d process. But we're we're really, going to end up with stalemated government which is what we've seen? Over the last decade or so and John McCain stood very much against. That and, whether he was working with a liberal like you know teddy Kennedy or others which he did on a variety. Of issues his view was let's look at the. Actual results what. Is the Bill what is the, accomplishment that we can get. For America that's what counts, not Chuck when for, the Republican. Party or chalk winning for the Democratic Party John no from, Katy k TV joining us on the disk. Institute of Pittsburgh Newsline John always, a pleasure having you on thank you Well great.
"delvino" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Greg Brandon's here is new book is the empire of, necessity slavery freedom and deception in the new world and I described this as de mythology ising a, brilliant, Melville short. Story short novella Benito cereno, about, a, slave uprising at a masquerade that deceives a massive Delano. From Duxbury, Massachusetts and. Professor we were discussing a Mazda. Dylan oh being. Not quite a success in all of, his adventures and he's he's. Tireless the man works all the time he never sleeps he gets it from, his his family the della knows their adventurous, but at the same time we have to watch Melville Melville's many years later. Although they share some of, the same players the young attorney who becomes an important player in the slavery battle in Massachusetts when he's. A young attorney he represents Delvino. In his law seeking a. When he wants to. Be. One wedding wants to seek compensation For his actions. The important actions, with, the trial, but Melville. Himself comes from a family I learned in an elaborate, footnote that you provide a family that. Has a a shadow it's the shadow of a slave revolt against the, family that Melville comes from and there were young people and a sixteen year old girl who was, hanged, because of. The slave revolt in Albany, New, York, does that does that weigh on Melville's opinion of what. Dylan oh, well I. Think in slavery in general I. This is the. Question Melville didn't leave any diary entries, or or correspondence of what. He was thinking when you wrote Benito cereno and this is a debate among, Melville scholars about his opinion of slavery slitting, Melville was was was a democrat and he believed in emancipation they believed in. In in freedom for individuals, he was against chattel slavery as an institution but also he was witnessing I think he was living through Through what, the institution of slavery was doing. To the United States and he was. Tortured by you felt I think he was at an impasse the impasse though is in. That living in denial the wealth I read you correctly the wealth of New, England has to be presented as based upon slavery the number of slaves after seventeen seventy six was in excess of, five million flowing to? The age of liberty so there was nothing about? Liberty, that, stopped slavery in fact it encouraged, it, did Melville ingest ingest. That growing up and did he put it into Benito cereno yes and what he put into Benito cereno. I think is is is a sense of hopelessness he he had come. To the conclusion that that America face, to choices and the eighteen. Sixties had it could it could it could. Fight against slavery and the inequity sinful inequity, that slavery was and risk. Destroying the Republic the experiment and The liberty that the United States was either do revolution or through war through fragmentation or it could accept the fact that that that liberties I can leave slavery in place and accept the fact that liberty for, sun meant slavery Meant slavery, for others and it was. That pessimism.
"delvino" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"China trade, and eventually other train to sail, in light light wins and to span the globe there they're going to build. The premier transportation system before the railroads and before steam Stephen. Delvino goes home and he. Goes, home to, New York that's being. Transformed by wealth he. Of course is looking to marry he's in his thirties now his older. Brother is married and Aster and lives on colonnade row you introduce this into the upper reaches of. New York society at the time and, warn is ambitious Warren knows ambitious as his brother is but there are other, parts of New York that are watching the China trade, and I'm now looking at the. Lows and the. Forbes they're looking to transform the kind Ships that are being used in China right now which are forthright British warships. Rounded with a very heavy sailors built for carrying cannon and. They're going to transform this. By, building clippers, the first clipper is. Called the Baltimore clipper. What is that and what attracts them about a Baltimore clipper well Baltimore. Clippers a type of vessels built on the eastern shore of Maryland and the Chesapeake Bay that were. They were schooner rigged very sharp bows, v bottoms near used for private tutoring are use for slaving they're used for, all sorts of illicit purposes and also they're they're types, are also used for opium smuggling After the first opium war a number of these, merchants including Abdelilah low Warren del no the Forbes. Brothers decide you expand this type of shit, to make bigger? To create a fe- mastered full rigged vessel? Elected, carry t- quickly back home and ships were built for speed rather than capacity right they find a man captain Faneuil park Palmer and he has a vision of what the ship will look like he's going. To build one and call it ho CuA, what does it, look like what's what are the distinct features Well the whole choir has a. Flat bottom but sharp ends and she is about a hundred and fifty feet long and she's like a typical three massive ship but she has built primarily for speed and the goal that captain Palmer promises clients was I'm gonna build you a ship will. Sail from Hong Kong the new British crown colony to, New, York and under one hundred days on previously one hundred and fifty one hundred and sixty s was, considered an average, run so I will sacrifice cargo capacity for speed and other ships like her ultimately, delivered? There's plenty of experimentation that happened in the, eighteen thirties came to building these types of ships that the opening. Up of China after the first opium war with the. Treaty of trees of Nanking? And the trees have one Ghia Basically were, the impetus to build these new fast vessel right what Palmer captain Palmer understood is that your carrying. Tea, which is very light so therefore you, can you don't have to worry about the heavy cargo that the British fourth raiders were carrying and, they're very successful. I have here my note eighty four days on the Khokhlov from New York to canton, eventually they'll get down. That get that even better but eighty. Four days was an enormous improvement on what what had been those those the ships that were rounded above. And had a big deep deep draft and so everybody's. Attractive to this but there's another architect who has even more extreme understanding John Williams. Griffiths what is he built Griffiths was famous ship is shifted still stands out alleged today it's called shoes named the sea witch and she was built for client by the name of William Henry Aspen wall and the sea witch Was basically sees. The record record it still holds for a sailing vessel seventy four days from Hong Kong. To New York bidding out all the competitor and. The key here is whoever does stave does keep for? A long time but in the eighteen forties you couldn't just order t- on Amazon t, would come. Each season and whatever ship arrived, I with the first pickings of t- the favorite American. T. was young Heison which is picked? On in the spring if that ship arrived like the c.. Which arrived wall held a competition the, she would that she would sell for the absolute highest price because it was first to market so Like to see what she ships like the. House May donors tremendous amount of money this is kind of like the Amazon. Of its time and how it revolutionize sped up the supply. Chain of commodities such as. Tea and silk arrived they're bringing in tea? Silks and what are they taking out to China are they taking manufactured, goods at the time or, they'd riding out empty either taking some manufactured goods especially to Hong Kong because the new British crown colony which was handed over to Great Britain after, the defeat of China and the first, opium war they need supplies some demand for that but not nearly as stronger demand for. Tea and opium still continued to fill that gap I note, that the hawk while the? Whole carried sixteen guns what were the risks piracy especially when going through the streets of Sunda and there's also a fear of what if what if we, do get in trouble with the Chinese coastal stories it was mainly pirates when you're. Going through. The duchy's into was the main fear all right the run is from New York to Rio where they reprieve A vision and then Rio around the, Cape and then straight across the Indian, Ocean up through the Indonesian archipelago is that the run and then flew the South China. Sea to Hong Kong yes and that in seventy four days, is amazing I'm nineteenth century? Man I'm flabbergasted how many people could they share carry on the ho Kwok did they carry passengers carry passengers but not too many maybe around ten or, so the quarters are actually pretty nice and they were furnished in mid eighteen forty. S or. Torian fashion beautiful inlaid woods and crystal ware on the tables The quarters for the crew on the other hand which would. On a typical China clipper would range maybe about thirty to forty we're not nearly as nice you're shoved up into the folks in front of the ship diet of hard tack and beans and and they did, not serve irrational. Ram as they did on the British ships so very hard life there's no labor regulation construction regulation or anything on these China clippers they sale as fast as possible against all risk the book is barons of the sea, and. The race to build the world's fastest clipper. Ship now that the, sea witch. And the whole qua- have established the fact that you can? Make a great deal of money, quickly comes the competition to build bigger and faster. Clippers Stephen food is the author barons of the CIA's the book when we come back making money, I'm, John Batchelor this is the John Batchelor.
"delvino" Discussed on Final Games
"Snakes question might might might be a bit more do tasting because there is one more kushner have to ask you before you disappear into delvino pluses play with your one and then is talk about games on fire games we we specifically highlighted eight that you thought about in very much put a lot of thought into choosing but if you could choose console just one console because as you said with joust like the way you interact with the controller and the experience without even looking at the game is what makes game so special and the way we interact with games through counseling stuff like that it's can also be important if you only take one with you barring pc my friend because i'm not lying to emulate all those hundreds of thousands of games you can only take one console bearing in mind the back catalogue what would you take well i mean i think there's two ice dancing is the practical way to answer it is i would take ps four because it's got all of these emulated titles as part of its catalog there as well and it just has more games and if it wasn't going to do that i would do ps to just because of the giant catalogue of guns right but yeah really the kind of emotional sentimental answer which i think is the real way we we're gonna lane here i tempted to say a mega five hundred but really the for games that that stand up and can still be played tonight's going to be an intendo gamecube and i feel at such a nef such a naff ansa but loved my game cube so much really was great.
"delvino" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"Helping then it's marcus smart digging that three because rosiere has become a very good spot of shooter and so you know bledsoe is helping off the strong side corner he was helping on pick and rolls resort just take three steps to his left and just be wide open and just tons of over helping just losing rosiere for no reason even when he wasn't actively helping and that's rosier got to the those twenty six points in large part nine assists as well freezer that's gotta be close to a career high it was also happened so often strangely an inconsistent game for bledsoe especially defensively he makes certain a couple of the he had one steal but had a couple of deflections that are just these incredible plays that most other guys can't make it sorta like hardened where sometimes he's good at dealing with being in bad position but other times he just completely lost rosiere lost shane larkin and they're getting the celtics are getting much better looks than you would end ticipant with blood so just because if we remember the physical beasts that he was early in his career and he still has a lot of that in him it's just that the i think it was the mental edge that let's just lost more than show what's actually killing bud so he was plus three at twenty three point nine to twelve from the field just he didn't play with tyler zeller and now it's a big part of it right like jabari was negative twenty four delvino vos negative twentyone seller was negative thirteen snow was negative eleven in those those three minutes though i didn't think it was necessarily his fly it was more you know you had one bad turnover in won miss three those basically yet but yan delve uva he played well in those first two games in milwaukee but boston really did a great job taking advantage of his weaknesses just pressuring up pushing up he's so slow that he if you have the right pressure on him he liked can't even get into the offense sometimes and so he had some pretty ugly turnovers as well but it was just ripe for milwaukee to go some switching labs i don't think they did that at all in this game and they just had so.
"delvino" Discussed on No Huddle
"You know for wall as as you know the maximov years and you know of a business delvino last forever unless one reason why would someone for whom eight in uh you know mieno amanda danny from how stay in august connected and they were upper view when you look at a lot of athletes after the game they have a tendency to try to find themselves elsewhere mean when you're an athlete you're an athlete when you a businessman your business mad how do you take your brand as gary wishes taught how do you take your brain and i don't know which direction you're going in with the blick how do you take your brand intake it to a point where it had that cross over appeal not just in the game of football but also in other ventures around the world filleted is got connected to people you know get up a lot of continental you know social media lolo bodyguards look at some back home and all the laws on radio a goodwill 1040 argues as roma city in of miles they you know he magazines uttered in order to be an athlete even be resilient now it's not a bad thing though beyond athletes the platform to get you are you wanna go custody two sometimes people make you feel like being athlete sometimes could be a bad thing because they forget that you and a student first alien you had to take on the lifestyle of being an athlete so as you talk about this i hear it sometimes you kinda shy with rick gotta watch you look at me just as an athlete but it's more the business side that you looking forward to get out of what you've done as an athlete to as well right near you know coz mario he he belongs to his point in a row were like wednesday's in he always putting zone stood athlete you notice it i'll take brought in a in a lawyer from the only you know israel aj so as great a lot to lure were chatting with craxi miller the taxes and gary vader chuck vein or sports in all the other ventures you've had a remarkable doherty to see a route corners get a sense of trends not always right but that's what visionaries try to do where do you think the sports industry is because we look over a large stamp.
"delvino" Discussed on WRVA
"A candidate for 2020 that after the actors and talk show host stole the show at the golden globes with this speech after receiving these see so be the mill lifetime achievement award saw won't all the girls she hearing now to know that a new day is an r nobre winfrey was asked about a presidential run during an appearance on cbs this morning and sad delvino running for office of any kind for may bought her longtime partner says is up to the people and she would absolutely do it even donald trump telling larry king and 1999 winfrey would be his top vp pick if he ran for president in if he'd do it should be fantastic she's popular she's brilliant she a wonderful woman with many roads still flicked this morning chesterfield him reiko in hanover school's deciding to close that is a change they worse at the open on a two hour delay like richman the two koreas holding their first facetoface talks in two years abc's gio cheat show at the border between north and south korea high level officials in talks to figure out out how north korean delegation could participate in next month's winter olympics the mood so far very positive north korean officials led by reese on corn walked across the border line at the truce village with staff and reporters tuesday morning welcome to by south korean officials the talks ongoing inside the house of peace on the southern side one robert more wants to talk to president trump has these special counsel investigating whether trump obstructed justice in the russia probe proms legal team reportedly discussing options for responding to mahler's interview requests abc news legal analyst dan abrams light gashes that that his lawyers are going to offer to submit some sort of written statement uh something that assures them that he didn't do anything wrong that's not what muller weren't thousands told to evacuate aidid southern california braces for flash flooding and mudslides from his bunches four inches of rain after wildfires burned the plants holding hillsides in place this woman sandbagging her home there we fed bag and help ourselves out from having more disasters we've had you know we might just make the white house announcing some two hundred thousand salvadorans must leave the us next year or face deportation the.