25 Burst results for "Donte"

Burks, Barrett help Knicks stave off short-handed Bucks

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Burks, Barrett help Knicks stave off short-handed Bucks

"Alec Burks in R. J. Barrett each scored twenty one points in the next took advantage of the short handed box by earning a one oh two ninety six victory in Milwaukee Burke hit a three pointer to put the Knicks up ninety nine ninety six with one nineteen remaining Milwaukee then missed its next two three point attempts along with the turnover it was a costly win for the next however who lost starting center Mitchell Robinson to a broken right foot in the first quarter Yanis intent to Kubo sat out with a sprained left knee his brother Janice had twenty three points Milwaukee also was without starters Chris Middleton Donte DiVencenzo Andrew holiday I'm Dave very

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Leonard, Clippers bounce back with 109-99 win over Mavericks

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Leonard, Clippers bounce back with 109-99 win over Mavericks

"The LA clippers down the Dallas Mavericks one oh nine ninety nine so the clippers bounce back from a twenty point loss the night before New Orleans and remain the only unbeaten team in the second game of back to backs in the NBA they're now seven oh now suffer only their fourth loss in last sixteen games clippers with seven players in double figures led by Kawhi Leonard with twenty two well look at Donte chatter triple double for the mass twenty five points sixteen assists ten rebounds Kristofferson has sent a twenty two Tim Hardaway junior twenty one Bob Stevens Dallas

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No. 17 Creighton tops UConn 59-56 to reach Big East finals

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

No. 17 Creighton tops UConn 59-56 to reach Big East finals

"In the first game Jamarco Pickett scored nineteen points in the hallways reached its first conference title game eleven years with the sixty six fifty eight victory over Seton hall Donte Harris added fifteen points for coach Patrick Ewing's team which entered the tournament with a ninety twelve record when the preseason I can say my dad does my **** they had as well as of now we we're playing in the championship game tomorrow so you know it's not about what other people think of you is what do you think of yourselves in the night cap market cigarettes he made two big baskets and a nine point run late in the second half as the seventeenth ranked Bluejays down UConn fifty nine fifty six Zakaria ask yet thirteen points for Creighton which trailed fifty three forty eight with five forty four left I'm Dave Ferrie

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"donte" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

05:23 min | 11 months ago

"donte" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"And and so he goes to the rams camp He didn't wind up making the team and so when he got cut. There was some concern across the NFL how it was gonNA look if he is sort of vanish from football and so. If you remember earlier that off season, there's been some stuff that had happened with Jerry Jones and you know the league basically called in her favor of the cowboys This was how the story went and Michael Sam wound up on the roster and I know that there was I don't know the particulars the deal but I do remember hearing from people in the building that they had to have sam around for a certain amount of time, and so that was a way of I. Think sort of the League trying to sidestep a public relations problem and you know I-. Bottom line is they manufactured his way onto a team and you know things wound up. I think Michael. Sam had his own issues and. There were there were people didn't like him didn't like the way he conducted. Himself showed up late to stuff everything else, but you know. I think ultimately the League was sort of worried about the fallout. If Michael Sam didn't get a fair shot, and so you know I think at the very least there are some people who are regretful that they didn't maybe try to manufacturer similar sort of situation for capper nick whether it would've worked or not. you know at the time. No one knows, but. The fact that they do more to make sure that you know this didn't become. This issue didn't become a bigger one. I think that there are some greg over that I do think that the I mean. It's like a report at the time the fact that he wasn't a starting quarterback, the fact that he wasn't considered starting caliber quarterback anymore kind of became the issue because when you're bringing in a backup quarterback, it's like okay like now. We're willing to bring in a lot less as far as stuff outside of football with a player in most teams. Look at it like I. Remember the the. The seahawks came in and the seahawks had him in for a visit. And they you know the whole thing blew up and it became a big deal and everything else and I know part of the top of the seahawks was well. You know like we had Austin Davison to and nobody cared so just give me Austin Davis you like a lot of these teams just want the backup quarterback to to blend with the furniture, and so I think that there is an element there. With Kapernick after you know was just were owners who wanted to to to sign him, but it was just sort of became one of those like not in my backyard type of things. As for his his his situation, silencing other players, I think the opposites happened I think he is giving players cover. To speak out again I? Think he's sort of normalized the idea. Speak players speaking out on social issues so I. Actually think he's empowered other guys to talk I think he's pushed other guys. I think his whole situation. Push other guys to talk and so I mean to me. I. Just I. Think in in that way. He's actually helped. Their players finally question number six. This is from Jay. That's at Hopkins Horns, rookie, running back most likely to break one thousand. All purpose yards this season. And Potential Comeback Player of the year. I would love to see someone like Alex Smith when Comeback Player of the year I. Don't think he's GonNa play again, but like to have some sort of story like that would be fun. As for the player, most likely to break one thousand, all purpose yards this season. I will take you through some of the names. I don't know that there's going to be the amount of opportunity for Edwards Allaire. In Kansas City D- Andrea Swift you know if if. If, Kerryon, on healthy is probably splitting time Kerryon Johnson. I look at. Camakers in with the Rams I think he makes an impact. But. He's splitting time with Daryl Henderson in all likelihood shaky Dobbins. Splitting Time Mark Ingram you get the picture. A lot of these guys are going to be platoons. The one I would keep an eye on Jonathan, Taylor. He was such a dominant player in college, six thousand yards, playing behind a offense, offensive line in Indianapolis and I think he's GonNa have a chance to prove. He's better than Marlin MAC and the rest of the crew there, so Jonathan Taylor would be name that I would watch. Is The guy who I? I think's GonNa. Get a lot of opportunity I know you said all purpose, and maybe he's not as refined a receiver. Some of the other guys I just think John. Taylor is going to see the ball quite a bit appreciate. You guys coming out again and if you made it this deep into the pop into the PODCAST, I appreciate. You guys sticking with us through. Obviously, what was a little different podcast? Hopefully you'll learn something from Dante. Hopefully. We gave you a little bit of football there to chew on as well. Always want your feedback. Let me know. How did this week in every week? you guys know where to find me on social media at Albert brand twitter at Albert Aubrey on facebook at Albert Underscore breer on Instagram, and always listen to all of our podcasts got Jenny and Connor weakside podcast. Now. We do the weekend review podcast as a group sometimes Gary's podcast posts on Mondays. You can get all those podcasts in one place on the QB. NFL podcast feed find on spotify stitcher tune in Google. Play Apple podcasts wherever you guys get your shows same time next week I'll see..

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‘Taking Money Away From Schools’: California Lottery Under Fire After ‘Ellen’ Giveaway

Tim Conway Jr.

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

‘Taking Money Away From Schools’: California Lottery Under Fire After ‘Ellen’ Giveaway

"California lottery is tonight under fire for being a part of Ellen's twelve days of giveaways one California state senator says a giveaway took away funding from public school should I take Alistair Donte is live in studio city to explain the controversy Serra Serra don she lets go Susie and Jeff obviously the water is very very popular a lot of people play it and a lot of people play it this way using scratchers are all different kinds are very popular to buy and very popular to give

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Healthy Disciple-Making Churches

Legacy-Dads Podcast

04:35 min | 1 year ago

Healthy Disciple-Making Churches

"Does a healthy disciple making church Look like And that's we're we're GONNA talk about today and it's funny because I had a discussion with a guy On instagram awhile. Back and he was like hey kind of frustrated with where he was in his church. And he's like I've been at this church a long time but I just feel like I'm not growing. I feel like the church. Leadership is holding me back from using spiritual gifts and and Some of the things that he was kind of questioning to leave. Do I stay. And that's always a hard question to ask so I'm going to start to sing Donte. I'll tell you this is something I learned from for What's his name Tom Ranier and we went through this and we planted a church? But how do you. How do you determine what a healthy churches and then Donte you can dive in. We'll talk about not only. How do we a healthy church? But how are we a disciple making church. And what is the discipleship Look Lake In a church so I'm going to start off with just five quick things. I'll tell you when you were looking at any church have to realize that the church has one head and that head is Jesus Christ You can go go to Fiji's one twenty two twenty three or First Corinthians twelve twenty seven to see that okay number two. The church has to authorities the word of God and the Holy Spirit K.. Go to second timothy three sixteen and Seventeen or John Fourteen twenty Twenty six to see that the church has basically three servants. And I would say I would call that. You have your elders and have you deacons And you have your what they call priests which is really every believer so elders and deacons guitarist about an axe fourteen in first timothy. Another big one in Titus And then we talk about the the servant as every believer as a pre story Doer of the word to spread the Gospel in First Peter two nine. Revelations one six and fusions for eleven now we're talking about what is a healthy church look like I think there's four marks of a healthy church search you have a church that has to be self-governing and has to be self supporting. It has be self reproducing in has to be self correcting okay. And then I would say there were five functions when we look at a church and these five functions can be you can look at them from Matthew Twenty to thirty seven Also in Matthew Twenty eight eighteen in the book of acts in book two but five functions of a church we're worshiping abiding expressing love towards God were involved in evangelism vandalism were engaging region loss involved in discipleship which. We're going to talk a lot more about. That's helping believers grow into Christ's likeness in the process of sanctification and then Search health and multiplication developing sustainable. Christ centered or Chrysler communities and also reaching loss and then multiplying leaders equipping leaders leaders who can equip other leaders who then equipped leaders and multiply and so forth and so forth and loving God and people through character knowledge and practice So that's that's what I kinda lay out. And that's what I learned or the five elements of a healthy church Donte what's your take on this and I know you're GonNa talk about the Road Dumais. You may us. But what is What a scripture tells about this? Yeah I I mean we'll cover acts eleven in a moment to but like if God truly wanted the download you know to us you. What discipleship is an understanding? The Authority of the word you know two disciples after the crucifixion were saddened they were trodden and and they were walking from From you're on the Road Mayson as they're walking on the road to me at ten mile walk you know all of a sudden Jesus Jesus shows it up he hides his his identity from them and then he begins to explain to them why you know from scripture from new why we had to have Masai Y Messiah had to be crucified. Invite why the Messiah Rose again any opened their hearts you know. In a way that was less than ten miles a six mile walk ten kilometer walk to the point art work by the time they were done walking with his men their hearts were burning and understanding and and totally gravitating toward the word of God and not only the word word of God. The very word that was in front of them and not asking him to leave but to stay with them and Lo and behold before he departed Jesus at his you know he revealed old whose true identity to them and their hearts were burning for for God's true so that was a model of Jesus just showing us his awesomeness that if he just wanted us to just wake up one day and have him download discipleship and download truth and the and the understanding of the word. He could easily done that.

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Faith and Parenting in 2020: Intimacy and Marriage

Legacy-Dads Podcast

10:03 min | 1 year ago

Faith and Parenting in 2020: Intimacy and Marriage

"Wants US train up our children in his way of life you know impress on them. Your children talk to them as you sit at home when you walk along the road when you lie down when you get up we read this in Deuteronomy read this throughout Biblical truth one. One of the most important areas to talk to our kids about lance is sex. Sex is a way of expressing love between husband and wife. This is made plain in Paul's pissing Fijian's as we read and five husbands love. Your Wives Justice Christ also loved the Church and gave himself for her that he should that she should should be holy and without blemish so husbands ought to love their wives as their own bodies. For this reason it man shall leave his father and mother and joined to his wife and the two shall become one flesh and in the Timothy. We read young leader of the Church. As Paul's talking to Timothy he says to Timothy Flea we also youthful lust instead pursue righteousness. Faith love peace with those who call on the Lord out of a pure heart we find and that in the second Timothy and escaping thing that we read about you know we've been talking about born in the last couple of podcast half of the. US adults lands fifty percent agree. Strongly that quote choosing not only the have sex outside of marriage is healthy unquote but generational differences are significant. Embargoes out in say a six. Ten elders older generation fifty nine percent of them agree strongly with his statement. Compared to fifty three percent of baby boomers forty nine nine percent of Gen xers and forty. Three percent millennials that it doesn't necessarily have to be between you know a husband and the wife. And so. Who is we get into this you know lance hot? What say you on? Why is it? So important to differentiate with our kids the idea of sex intimacy in a godly basis versus. What cultures telling us you know? I think it's this one of those topics where we don't would. We don't always want to talk about it but honestly our children are going to learn They'RE GONNA learn from us. What sex what marriage? What intimacy looks like and and I think honestly our marriage starts as one of the biggest examples of that not not to toot my own horn or anything but you know my my wife life and I constantly get comments about us? You know from friends and things like that that we have this sense of love and intimacy that you don't see in a lot of marriages is and even our kids realize that That there is this sense of of love and intimacy between Me and my wife I'm I'm glad that we were able to model that To our children and I think as as parents really important part because Believe me if we don't come in and we don't teach model to our kids The the biblical purpose enroll of sex the cultures gonNA come in and tell them it's something else Known Donte you're talking about right now and we saw some of the statistics from last week's podcast and some of the stuff barnes doing but many in our culture right now they see sex. It's a fundamental human rights. And it's just a bodily function society's kind of devalued what it's what what is meant to be shared between one man and one woman and God's Holy Marriage Covenant Covenant and our our culture kind of teaches now that that sex is not a big deal as long as it's two consenting adults involved. We saw the research on that last week. Where people agreed to that that is as long as two consenting adults WANNA have sex whether they're married not married in a marriage not married whatever? Go ahead and do it And the The other Stark factor Dante in. We were talking about this. In Barnard's researchers actually comes from the book. Good faith and this really stood out to me that The the way that we've devalued sex is a culture and the easy access everyone has to pornography right now. It cheapens sex and takes away from the deep intimacy. God intended to to be shared between a husband and wife and what they talked about in the book and in some of the Barna Research. Is that the issue that this has and I know you know. I've seen a lot of younger. People can probably relate to this. They just don't realize cicadas but this casual approach to sex's creating negative relationship hurting side effects And instead of Intimacy and emotional depth depth. Sex Any way you want. It is leading leading to more anxiety more depression more loneliness and more insecurity and for some we see the sexes. No longer even worth the trouble. You've got people now who I can. Just I don't have to go after sex. I can stay home and use pornography or you know. There's this thing in its. I hate to get into this Dante. What is GonNa if you haven't heard of this coming up? There's a sink called hookups. Where young people say? I don't want I want my sexual needs met. I want I want. I want to be sexually gratified but I don't necessarily want the emotional baggage the The amount of time and effort to put into a a healthy relationship. So I'd rather just jump into bed with somebody for a one night. Stand get my sexual needs met and then I can move on with my life And this this you know when you couple couple this with the prevalence in the access to pornography on demand this is really. It's it's having a cost on relationships it's having a cost on intimacy and ultimately want someday in when we get married it's GonNa have a cost As as what we bring into the marriage One one of the start. You know things. I think that They pointed out in the barn. Research was an I don't I I can't verify this so you can call me on this but playboy magazine in the you know Hugh Hefner the guy that kind of started the whole pornography or naked women in magazines business stopped. They actually don't Publish that in their magazine anymore. Because they said There's such a high prevalence. Everybody has access to porn that they've stopped even publishing publishing that type of stuff. And all this you know not going on rabbit hole here. But all of this is because these cultural The cultural beliefs the way our culture is going. It's ultimately it has consequences in these consequences is being seen within the intimacy in once. Finally people are getting married. They're getting into what we would call a A godly marriage. They're bringing some of this baggage and some of this emotional damage from years of Of of not not being biblical might be moral into marriage and it's causing issues in the marriage. And that was one of the scariest things to me Dante. As we talk about giving into self I give into my sexual gratifications gratifications I given to. What's desirable pleasurable right now? There's going to be long term consequences for that. Does that make sense you. Yeah my wife and I do marriage mentoring at our church. We do marriage mentoring in relationships that we pour into and I you know honestly I can tell you. Personal experience is buying into into the lie of sex before marriage doing it my way versus God's way there there is a lot of psychological and also physical damage image. That are a result of that enemy from you know people that just did not want to wait for marriage to God help us. You know of of kids getting abused or or an incident that somebody had the rights taken away or they were molested or they were attacked. You know in college or something like that and these are things that you know we sit there and we cheapen cheapen wait and we wonder like you even suggest pornography like I don't even need to go into the statistics I mean you can go out there and you can look at the most you know. a cultural statistics and or or Biblical statistics. But you know whether you're looking at mainstream or whether you're looking at you know religious background the all of the studies affirm absolutely that you know pornography is a into intimacy destroyer and and so there's a I think even a mainstream movie that Scarlett Johansson is in an effort the gentleman but just the the facts of how bad pornography destroys intimacy and. That's you know we're sitting there saying we'll okay but where do you. Where do you stop in like for you? The Listener. Listen if you're sitting there saying well you know I'm in a loveless or a lack of physical relationship right now with marriage so pornography is my justification. You can't justify that as a Christian and the let alone if you're sitting there telling me that I don't have intimacy anymore my relationship but then you're sitting there telling Lanson that you're justifying pornography pornography. The reason you don't have intimacy in your relationship is because that graffiti has stolen intimacy from your relationship and to have these AH honest questions okay. So what we permit we promote what we promote we permit and trying to have the influence of the spirit of those around us now all of a sudden therefore sitting there saying that's okay to our kids got help us that we're doing that to our daughters. Were doing that to our sons. You know I can tell you one friend whose mom was. It was very liberal about these is still having relationship issues. And he's in his fifties right now of trust of intimacy and all that and it's just because of these things that we don't look about long term consequences to living our way versus God's way and so you know like you said Lance I got way off into a rabbit hole but pulling it back you know. There's a way that God wants to live to pursue intimacy to pursue sexual relations and that's in a covenant marriage between one man one woman and that's not only biblical but that is so true and so many ways

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"donte" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"donte" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Donte to only one term now that that's my way of rhyming the word impeach this is for the printer I'm listening to you reminds me a lot of listening to Patrick Stewart and to James Spader and I'm wondering what the common thread in your training is is it Shakespeare or other things well if Patrick I think the the thread that connects us is Shakespeare when I was a drama student lambda he was a very young member of the royal Shakespeare company and I saw him play lots of different roles I still have never worked with Patrick but we are friends when I went over to England to play Malvolio with the royal Shakespeare company I was very full of myself that I'd landed this prestigious job well Patrick was playing Malvolio Chichester Stephen fry was playing it at York Derek jacking me was playing at the Donmar all of us were connected by Shakespeare when it comes to James Spader I don't know many people have told me that why did you get that role in the blacklist I guess we look like we're related related to each other him I've never met thank you for the lovely evening I wondered if either of you had the chance to work with or no Jonathan Miller and whether beyond the fringe in anyway inform your development as comics hi nu Jonathan I haven't seen in years but I think that beyond the French fries Jonathan Miller Peter cook and Dudley Moore in Alan Bennett was sort of a breakthrough comedy that sort of deferred and the way comedies done one of the lines I love and beyond the fringe is so partly Jonathan Miller's line or one of those services Jonathan Miller zero two jun Marjorie Johnson Jonathan says Jew ishe ha.

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Dealing With Boredom in Life

Legacy-Dads Podcast

03:46 min | 1 year ago

Dealing With Boredom in Life

"And with that i wanna thank one of our listeners one of our readers and <hes> person that's shout to on social media and basically just asking asking lance you and i <hes> you know hard-working guy involve not that he's not disconnected or anything else like that but just finding himself bored board and you know lance you and i had the privilege of going down to a a men's ministry event twelve thousand plus. We sponsored it. We were down there in <hes> at really saw a group of seventy five guys that we were with lord move but i remember there is one passer that we've come to really respect over the years match handler and you would just anointed by the spirit and he said you know guys want to tell you. The most dangerous thing in american household right now is a board matt yep. Would you say about that. Yeah i think martin lloyd james also said something along the lines of like sin sin as always in some sense a life of boredom and i think that's what it is when we're bored. That's what we're going to start getting in trouble. That's what we're going to start doing some things you know and i looked at some statistics on this. This is funny that the barna group found that they did a survey and i think i've talked about the book christian before <hes> but <hes> barna group went out and did a survey of what unbelievers think of christians in sixty eight percent seventy percent of unbelievers said christians are just boring and then you take on top of that fewer than ten percent of american churches are able to establish and maintain a vibrant men's ministry so i think we can point fingers at some so at ourselves ourselves a little bit here too but i think a lot of some of it too is on us donte as guys and i think i mean i said as i know i know a lot of people who who are out doing some pretty dangerous stuff for god's kingdom that took them you know pursuing that in pursuing in god and pursuing what god had in store with their lives i mean i understand onto i mean not everybody can be as cool as me and just so you have a job or i'm constantly jet-setting all over the world and <hes> you know do do an undercover work and all that <hes> you know if you work if if you were going you know in finance or something like that it probably is pretty boring being being husband father but i think god's called us to more than that. What do you think of that. We're where's joann she. Can you go grab my way hawaii. Nobody nobody nobody seriously. I mean i think you know sometimes we fall into this routine of you know in in in our twenties we we have those wild adventurous things and you go out and do some crazy stuff. I'm not saying necessarily sin but just doing some doing some a little bit more adventurous exciting things and then we start settling down and we start getting in our careers and getting married and having kids and then it's like okay this is it now my life's become boring and honestly i think i think it's somewhat out of a choice and i think i get it. You know some guys are working hard to work long hours where can swing shift something like that but i think you've gotta keep it. We've talked about this with the marriage and certainly with the kids. You've got to keep it fresh and you got to keep it. You've got you've got to put some excitement adventure in your life or like you say like matt chandler said once we get bored man. We're going to start fallen towards other things that are you know we get we get small adrenaline russia's from sports and hobbies and drinking porn and whatever else that's where sins going to sneak in and that's that's a dangerous

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Gaming associated with impaired social skills for some girls, but not boys

BBC World Service

01:16 min | 2 years ago

Gaming associated with impaired social skills for some girls, but not boys

"Playing video games during childhood does not stop boys for making friends, according to a sixty s Donte from Norway. Bumped. The research suggests gaming is linked to weakest. Skills in goals. Oliva Conway reports the popularity of video games has prompted much concern. Among parents about the long term impact on that children's development. Most research has focused on Gretchen, anxiety and depression. But a study of nearly nine hundred youngsters Inouye has found that the effect of gaming on social skills depends on gender starting when they were six years old and following up at eight ten and twelve the research looked at the link between the time the children's spent gaming and how well they go on with others school in terms of social development boys would generally unaffected but goals who played lots of computer games age ten found to have weak social skills peers when reassessed two years later, the research say these girls may be more isolated and have less opportunity to practice social skills. However, they noted that all children who struggled socially aged eight and ten tended to spend more time playing video games in the following years possibly to fulfill a need. To belong in a way that's easily accessible and less complicated than face to face

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"donte" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"donte" Discussed on The Big 98

"When you see me pula been your john do you wanna go downtown maybe have a little donte strategize wigan baby i don't care maybe to me biggest roll with me through brown two tell me now you wanna go hang your clothes.

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"donte" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"donte" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Nine twenty five were sean nelson donte robinson this is you know in a way this is kind of a great thing i mean i'm i'm sure that these guys don't think of it as a great thing but you know i a great thing i it's sort of like you know in the selma march when we all saw the videotape of of john lewis and and you know everybody else having the having the stuffing knocked out of them right that that that even makes it sound like it's less brutal than it was being brutalized by the by the alabama police the alabama state police in the in the selma police because the the the the the sub culture of white people in this country who don't know what's going on and i think that's probably a shrinking number but up until recently it's been a substantial number and whether they know what's going on or not they're they're willing to say you know it's not my problem i got my white privilege i got my male privilege life is good you know dell with all this stuff this is this is this is a a serious issue and it's not just a serious issue because oh you know women are being abused you know harvey weinstein from harvey weinstein down to the down to the the the the whole thing with the dentist of kids black kids black man it's not just because of the victims it's because when you have a culture when you have a society that is grounded in the power and supremacy of one particular gender and one particular race you have a society that is unsustainable we saw this in south africa we have seen this you know we saw this in germany in the thirties we have seen this all around the world and people are waking up countries are waking up the particularly the scandinavian countries in iceland i mean they is lend has been a matrilineal society for for millennia prefer centuries anyway and there i mean you know you must have at least forty five percent of your forty percent think it is a norway.

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"donte" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"donte" Discussed on First and Last

"Loyalist chicago making the final four was great a lot of other storylines twenty years from now i think people will talk about you nbc being the first sixteen see to be the one i don't know if we'll ever see that again you've all on twitter at medcalf by espn myron we appreciate the time man thanks a lot first and last podcast in by some strange set of circumstance you missed the college basketball national championship last night and the men's side villanova one seventy nine to sixty two there's a good reason that you may have missed some of that i think it be gets two very important questions that we're going to have to try answer the first question is are we okay with the format from last night because the number one complaint going in and even fell victim to it because i get tired like everyone else is are we okay with the start time of the game last night and we have this happened with college football as well where you get a game that's played on monday night that's played late enough for the day to try and account for that west coast audience we're all the sudden we're sitting around waiting for this game that starts at nine twenty eastern and get your trying to max out i ball's because this is not about the kids and this is about the television product for this game and we all know in are aware of that.

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"donte" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"donte" Discussed on First and Last

"Meyer medcalf espn college basketball writer on the shell pennzoil performance line and let's stick with jay right you mentioned the unprecedented success the run the wins over this last three and four year period for them especially what's the legacy of jay right already as a coach right now knowing he's got plenty left to right one of the greatest coaches in the game and then his the thing that i don't think he takes another college job unless coast k retires tomorrow and all of a sudden duke opens up or something like that but he's gonna go down as one of the greatest coaches in college basketball history two of three we haven't seen this believe since billy donovan and the team that bring it back next season could win a national championship you're talking about a guy who win three titles and four years so i think j reid is going to go down as just one of the greats coach k is in a category all by himself i think roy's a category right next to coach k but in terms of the bill self the cow who that day rights he's definitely in that category but gets number three next year you're gonna hear people talking about him as having an opportunity to go down as one of the you know four or five greatest coaches in college basketball history if he continues to sustain the success and i guess now lumping this success on the top and the greatness villanova certainly going to stand out now as we look back in the tournament is whole though from two thousand eighteen what's the story line or moment that's gonna stick out to you most overall when we're talking about this five ten years from now you know man i thought it would be loyalist chicago right going to the final four but i just can't the unbc win over virginia i'm not sure we'll see that in the next ten years i don't know for the next thirty years so for me for you embassy to be a sixteen seat the last team entering the field the worst team in the field according to the selection committee to beat the best team virginia team that played the best defense we've seen in twenty thirty years to beat that team to have the first sixteen over one upset that to me will always be the narrative i mean this billing over win was great.

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"donte" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"donte" Discussed on First and Last

"But having a clear understanding of who you are and last the podcast first and last the podcast more and more i think about it and i don't mean this is any sort of destroyed the michigan program had a great season john beeline phenomenal coach guy that's going to win a national championship at some point you have to imagine but i truthfully wonder if we would say michigan was the second best team in college basketball this year because if they're not that makes me worry going forward for reasons we'll talk about a little bit and if they are then i think those same worries still apply and it all comes back to what we see and what we expect coming up especially in the next few years and if we're prepared for that in a place like the ncaa tournament ncwa basketball where we don't often enjoy certainty where the one thing that we hold above the rest is the fact that this isn't like the nba and we don't know what's going to happen and if we do all the sudden how do we respond eight seven to nine three seven seven six first and last michael junior here on espn radio and the espn app go thomas in west virginia thomas you're on first and last going on now much what do you have oh not just had a question i just wanted to know you know after watching villanovans win last night and they're dominant in the nca tournament if you think they have the ability to continue to be a national contender and put together dynasty or if you think you know the plane fills even where we're going to have you know different national champions for the the next couple years and yeah your favorites one the next year.

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"donte" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"donte" Discussed on First and Last

"But that's just decide no but the idea that villanova now not out here eating tide pods are sorted condoms or anything in light villanova out here yeah that's a real thing by the way saw an article yesterday apparently one of the new internet trends they don't i just pull that out of nowhere see buck rogers on the board just laughing at me right now like i just made this up willy nilly i promise you can look this up it's terrifying i saw it happen i looked up video last night as i was waiting hours we'll get into waiting hours and hours of this game to even start coming up in a little bit we'll also have myra medcalf are one of our espn college basketball analyst joining us here in the next segment to help break down and recap the game from last night did his views on what this villanova program means and i think is looked at going forward because that's important as anything else looking at it from a recruiting standpoint looking at who the favorites are for next year and i think i saw early vegas odds have duke near the top is one of the favorites mike's jesse for all the talk we got about coach cal parties ability to bring one and done players in and to really thrive in that model bring in so many of the mcdonald's all americans every year duke and marvin bagley and some of the names that they've started to really stack up in that program are making their way more and more into that conversation but with villanova we know that's not the case we've heard our analysts already this morning it's not going to be a one in done model anymore for them but like a lot of the other great programs across sports whether it's college athletics whether it's in the pros the nfl the golden state warriors that are there nba comp once you get a consistent formula and you get people that can buy in and you get the roles clearly defined for people involved that's the most dangerous group imaginable not reinventing yourself every year.

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"donte" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"donte" Discussed on First and Last

"During their national championship game back with the fab five remarkable we'd gone a twenty five year stretch quarter of a century without a technical foul called in the most coveted game in college basketball blew me away eight seven to nine three seven seven six triple eight say espn is our phone number right now it's time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk wireless best phone best networks no contracts and the question now becomes because this it's interesting the way we brand teams in college basketball we've had this conversation because of the love of underdogs through the course of this turnament and might desire to see the real blue bloods and blue chip programs in the ncwa go out there and perform against each other because while we know going away villanova was the best team in the turnament won every game by double digits when out last night and blue michigan out in the national championship stage really left no doubt i think because of the tournament format there's room to question who the actual second best team was in college basketball this year because i think there could be a are an argument that maybe it was michigan they earned their way to that path but along the way they never played higher than a six seed houston was their marquee win on route to the final in route to the final game the way it worked out in the west region for them and so i think there's a question of who the second best team is.

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"donte" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"donte" Discussed on First and Last

"How we look at necess this team and jay williams and jay bilas talking about this game after had what i thought was about as interesting an accurate representation of this team is anyone the most important thing about jay right is yes he he's an exceptional coach and he's in rarified air but he's not the culture one done he he's the culture of skill development and really building the right kind of brotherhood around that family in which they had and is the versatility of their offense of sets really made him so special this year maybe we'll spelman going up like he did a national semi final game dot dimensions going like he did tonight jalen brunson lena's team mckell bridges being mvp the big east tournament they had so many pieces that all seem to work together and unselfishness is what really made them special golden state now the golden state warriors apologize i last year on espn radio big we said this yesterday and it's not just the three point shooting and that massive output in the potential there that we saw on the semi final game against kansas but it is that unselfish branded is the skill development and i think more than anything it's the confidence i think the one thing we undersold about golden state initially with that team was what an arrogant bunch of dudes they were now eventually they wore us down and made as realize and start to really dislike them because of that era that we saw they knew exactly how good they were we just weren't hip to it yet that's the same with villanova team is you could see it every step of the way for them even when they're missing shots they didn't stop taking them.

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"donte" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"donte" Discussed on First and Last

"And so i saw people start to say well everyone's here on villanova john b lines great coach this michigan team headed dude that we could point to and if you were going to go into this final game and say give me the one name that sticks out to you i get the jalen brunson was the reigning ap player of the year but going through this stretch to the turnament the hot team in the hot name was probably mauve honor that was probably the one that stuck out the nose the most big man big german player guy who had had plenty of great games twenty five and fifteen type performances was really the differentiating factor in michigan finally ending the cinderella story of loyalist chicago and so he would have been the name in early in this game he was the one that stuck out was getting buckets was slipping towards the basket was taking guys in isolation and while villanova struggled to shoot from three early in this game mo wagner ended up being the story but you sought slowly creeping back in a game were villanova started off pretty cold from three there was a moment where you looked up and realize men they're only down three points despite being i think one of nine from three but by that point already i think four offense of rebounds going after these fifty fifty balls and that's where even jen's oh started to show up was that energy that he talked about.

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"donte" Discussed on Full Court Press

Full Court Press

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"donte" Discussed on Full Court Press

"From the balls movie rubbed thriller like when you're playing a team that golden state or they didn't have the speed to get out there that it has to be the recover and now you've got guys like rodney hood who are younger faster longer george hill jordan clarkson george clarke is not the best defender but he's got the speed at least try to get out there and contesting shots unsought think in terms of just the profile of the players they now have surrounded lebrun with they they have the right formula the question is how quickly cleveland put it together and find the chemistry that they need it'll be interesting to see in certainly fascinating nba season here case of were our next segment questionably greg loss charlie when a challenge of both of us keep our after slight fortyfive seconds lepuc as we whip pretty deep on bostoncleveland david that was worthy of attention for sure and i think our listeners of li were interested in just hearing this talk a little bit that but questions which player that was traded at or near the deadline will include like the blake trade and ensure that happened after the blake trade which of those players that were traded that are heading to restricted free agency or a restrict free agency the summer or most likely to return to the team to whom they were traded saw run through the candidates quickly are they a thomason channing frye with lakers rodney hood with the cavaliers their quals was bought out so he doesn't qualify joe johnson likely to be bought out if he has already been bought out so nonconsideration dwayne wade back in my immediate flavor the unique situation so i would be may be very lazy answer elfor peyton phoenix devon harrison denver doug mcdermott dallas donte cunningham oh man i but lost track of i think he landed in chicago i think that's right chicago win the pelicans of treated like three four blended forward suburbs the seasonal boss track noah vonleh was a basically a moute get a under the tax code he's out were not consider him look bad it back to miami james ennis to the treats we are nielsen to detroit willie read eventually to chicago a jonniaux bryant to the next tyler zeller to milwaukee tony allen got bought out.

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"donte" Discussed on Full Court Press

Full Court Press

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"donte" Discussed on Full Court Press

"A great screen keeps drummond from getting back into the play in the paint rondo gets the layup to put the backed up four dettori had scored on the prior possession pistons pull within two with thirty nine seconds to go cousin mrs a 3point attempt so back to a pistol possession try to tire take a lead tobias harris takes donte cunningham off the dribble trying to get to the rim cousin steps up right outside the restricted area takes the contact may be should have been a charge but harrison's not able to get to the rim he has to kick it out avery bradley for jumper cousins pulled himself up off the floor no complaining to the officials bradley misses the shot in cousin secures the defensive rebound received puts the game away so i love how cousins transition from just being a off its play providing space quarters 133 on both ends of the court we thought leadership from and in this game and so he was it was impressive how quickly he could shift from being a secondary of not tertiary off its of option to being the first option in a game that was closed whole fourth quarter so i i have an appreciation for guys who can be selfless but then when something happens of changes the entire kind of strategy for the game but can step up and be that primary guy to offer that off its production the need needed get out with a win against the team with who they are jockeying wealth in the standings the western conference also just a quick shut out to donte cunningham who played all twelve minutes in the fourth quarter was davis being unavailable flew gregg who get your performance moment with up promising today it was a ban ladder bio in today's win over the milwaukee bucks now it was a really a fascinating game in know normally others kind of a bigs rotation this roster users and they've got the wings the in the guard rotations accelere well this game that was actually a is very interesting because bam came in to the gain kind of normal time to enter a three or four minutes left in the first quarter they played through the middle of the second quarter and then he came out of a was really interesting as during that stretch he was defending ghana's 401 young of.

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"donte" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast

The Electorette Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"donte" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast

"So what this probably means is that yes a lot of the women at w chess would have themselves been in foster care would have been in families that were under supervision of child welfare authorities i don't know for sure about donte shas passed but a lot of the women there had been through all sorts of institutions we used to regulate marginalized people and regulate deviance so whether that's group homes jails prisons mental hospitals some people have called this the circuit the way that we especially poor women like sort of bounce through all these different kinds of institutions and it's it's sort of the very bottom of the safety net and a very punitive version of it that catches people who are like at the most desperate um and needy sectors of society so how is the criminal justice system intertwined with this centre with wti as we often assume that drug treatment is the opposite of punishment and that if we get more people into drug treatment instead of sending them to prison in jail that we'll be reforming the system so so this is problematic for a few reasons one is that the criminal justice system is actually super involved in drug treatment it's almost the single largest insurer or in some years it actually is the single largest source of payment for treatment and a source of referrals to treatment so the criminal justice syms actually very involved with rehab and has been since at least the early nineties so the rise of mass incarceration happened at the same time at the criminal justice system was getting really involved with the rehab industry and with sending people into drug treatment so i i wanna ask sort of correct people's misunderstanding i guess that treatment is now only something we're thinking of as a response as an attempt to reform that you know that mass incarceration and to reform a system it's gotten out of control these two things actually emerged together so i wouldn't see them as separate phenomenon or intention but as related phenomenon in which the you know as as more and more people fill up our prisons and the criminal justice system starts to bring just huge numbers of people in.

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"donte" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"donte" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"donte" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"donte" Discussed on AP News

"Recent weeks the trial of two women accused of murdering the estranged halfbrother of north korea's leader has entered its second week ap correspondent eileen inga reports prosecutors presented security videos of the february 13th airport assassination the video showed indonesia aisha all donte whole of vietnam hiring away in a different direction after the alleged eighth kim jongun faith with a bad vx nerve agent the women appeared to be holding their hands away from their body will rushed to their watch will the court has heard testimony that more people may have been involved a police officer testified today that the woman also see meeting the two men who believed to have provided the vx to then jeff before the attack malaysia's never directly accused north korea but south korea's spy agency has said the attack was part of a fiveyear plot by kim jong wound to kill a brother he reportedly never met kim jongnam was not thought to be seeking influence over his younger brother but had spoken out publicly against his family's dynastic rule the trial will resume october 24th with a visit to the crime scene at the airport for the ap i'm chris macisaac with rivet mm kdp radio news i've tim mcguire with four thirty one people now known dead california has seen its deadliest week a wildfires in state history tens of thousands of people evacuated parts of cities.

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"donte" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

Fantasy Focus Football

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"donte" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

"Good i look forward to binion playoff i will say well donte amar that's his contribution to thursday piped gas very cool to have some celebs citing cheer in the oh6 oon o our thanks go to mike for joining us on the podcast today mike clay nfl on twitter and instagram you could read them over espn dot com or team on sports center this morning depending on what time you're listening to this and hashtag brainiacs hashtag rainier laboring at stefan you'd be 87 on instagram at stefan you're underscore espn on twitter we're back tomorrow injuries game previews a recap of tonight's game between the eagles and the panthers we'll talk to you then peace out sara gilbert you can always count on but liked just like you can always count on always came gary bari's tufar roma wings sauces too hot not for jerry always game gary is famous among friends deserves line into responsibly copy easing was his.

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