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An Indigenous Mixtape from Lima, Peru
"Basically this week's episode is a catch wa language mix tape and this mix tape starts with track. One introducing librado. Yeah that's clearly now my voice. I'm getting mixed eight hosting help from my friend. Dj just john. Okay here we go now. That's lebron connie emceeing at the national theatre here in lima. This past february he's rapping in a mix of spanish and catch wa if you haven't heard of catch wa that's kind of the point. It's the most widely spoken indigenous language and latin america about ten million people speak it and liberal bringing it to people in a whole new way. His mc name librado. Connie means i am a free man and a call and response you hear throughout his concerts is catch wa is resistance. I met librado while in lima peru. And i was in lima on this. Totally non far-flung gig filming young rappers and beat makers which have been doing on and off for the past seven years all over the world priscilla. Anyway i've always been interested in ways. Music leads to cultural mashups like catch one hip hop and how that intersects with identity and the way people feel about themselves and when it comes to documenting hip hop it's always a cool story when different languages and traditions get mixed into the music but it's kind of hard to tell what that mixing means. What does it mean. When someone is wrapping in their ancestral language does that relate to a language living or dying and house. All that culturally significant politically significant. When does it lead to change on. Its face it might seem like the fight for catch. Wise is about lima's pride in their past and that's true but there's another crucial thing at stake here. It's the ability for indian culture to survive and to evolve into the future so to get the significance of what liberals doing we need to start with some background on ketchaoua. But you don't hear much catch. What outside of the countryside in peru ever since colonisation spanish has been the dominant language of government. Business education. Really life in general. And there's of course all kinds of cultural implications with that as well in the broncos music though you don't hear any of that higher he swapping between languages constantly and letting catch while on hooks his call and responses. He's young but he's like a classic ninety s hip hop head and when we hung out. He seemed really comfortable in his skin and sincere about everything. Oh and heads up. We were talking spanish most of this interview. So you'll hear some overdub. English shorter track to deepen the andean bronx. This is teach them what either made from purple corn. It's very delicious from corn. You can even make teacher. They hold a credible. We're walking down along. Walk walking for a little bit. We are eating a kind of Proven popcorn and we're drinking a purple corn based drink. Ginger morava balmy out here. It's not that hot again. Noisy sirens is a cultural hub for peruvians. It's like they're la and new york matching into one about ten million people live here and the population's growing we're walking through downtown. Lima librado told me that when he went to new york to perform for the first time in two thousand eighteen a lot of what he saw reminded him of home unusual ways. You told the crowd that he realized he was like a rapper from the indian. Bronx they loved it. You know. he's a rapper. So he's good with metaphor and there's something very hip hop about his light experience. He grew up in a world that was hostile towards identity specifically his indian catch. Wasp became identity twenty mike cornell so librado wrapping and catch wa flowed great to my ear as someone who didn't have a lot of linguistic and cultural context. It's just good sound but sometimes locals were shocked to hear the language mixed into hip hop track three welcome to the donkey belly sky. And what are those. Locals is my friend oscar durand he's producing and basically co hosting this episode with me. Oscar grew up in lima in the eighties. And i left peru in two thousand two to study and live abroad as a photo journalist. The first time that occurred without those music. I was surprised you know he was not the first time i catch wa. I heard it when i was in crew. Obviously but it was the first time that i hear someone rapping ikeja and he was a new context for language at the energy. So i knew that. I had to meet this guy told me the story man. I wasn't there so you know. I already heard about him. So i was really curious about his because as a journalist i have my my antennas. You always scanning for interesting stories to last time when i was visiting peru i was there for work. I send a message of media and she told me. have this concert. why don't you come. I couldn't make it but him and his band were playing this rehearsal space so i just went and then we start chatting and it was just such great energy because i felt like i knew these guys forever and then they start playing and it was just the most amazing experiences having peru because he had this concert just for myself. But what was it about him that shocked locals. I mean there's great musicians in peru for sure. So what was it about librado. That made him stand out. Well its first surprising to catch on. Because when i was growing up catcher was really around me in school. Remember catcher being mentioned in our history class when we were talking about the inca empire our glory days but those days are long gone and many people would not associate catcher with innovation or success.
Gabriel Jimnez: Petro The Crypto Project That Tried to Free Venezuela
"Thanks for coming on. Thank you and thank you for waiting on. Thank you for the invitation to the band. Like I mentioned year before that change, my life, a lot I was completely destroyed on depressed over there, in Chicago, waiting for my paperwork for to be able to work on riot that the day before coming here when I got my paperwork on while the sat on Roseanne went to stay here in on the bay. I'M GONNA start working on out. That I'm passionate about. So you're living in the bay area? No, yes in Oakland. I was. Watching Week I think Mr Talk, but it was staying in Oakland and is like a really neat place I. Think I heard on the the Charlie. Trump podcasts that you're working with reserve now. I'm supporting Sarah via. Ask. Are Focusing on hyper visionary countries. A basketball is one of them. The reasons that I was working in creating. In, Minnesota related to take and related particular to cryptocurrencies is because of the potential that we we know. CRYPTOCURRENCY had in Venezuela and I think that very much reserve has taken a risk to actually try to develop and focus on developing tools particularly for the swearing context. Being a are a company that they don't even have Venezuelan known under team, and they were focusing on the big prawns had been a hat, so I decided to Suppor- dame, basically, because has been. Working on the potential of approp- There's. Always people, but and mostly focused right now on creatine product on my own, and that is Mike Place that is focused on providing jobs to Venezuelans goes John's. What financial freedom that cryptocurrencies allows you to I'm trying to provide dignified jobs I walk create a tool that is able to match being five jobs for. People. To be dependent over either Gordon or anyone that is subsidizing something particular, but they can get leaving on their own, so you the same fundamentals on technology and crypto payments in order for them to receive their the value of their work, but also you know they're on were being able to afford the rent being able to afford their food, their medicine that is something that is lacking undergone economy nowadays. So. Could we backtrack into how you got involved with all of this and like you grew up in Venezuela? You actually were from what I read. You were living the. And then you decided to move back to Venezuela in two thousand fifteen I. Think you talk a little bit about what inspired you go back there and like try to start solving the problems. My college years back there in Venezuela. I always was very active politically. WEST PART OF GENERATION OVER MINNESOTA. The, two thousand and seven generation, and we had many troubles and protest. The Chavez back at the time I created offline Dacian, trying to help unite the people to create comprised grid. Pray except helps everyone that's when I was in college, so my plan was to go to the US study. Prepare and go back to Venezuela because. It through my life. Actually find solutions that affects our life as they're. Hold prices that is. Over there my country when I went over here to the US, I landed in Boston. I was star in the over. There are some specific station in negotiation continent My plan was to go back. I didn't know when. I knew that I was here in the US to prepare myself Durand to work and to go back. That's the reason why I'm here. In is I started working after my masters. Started working at the US Congress actually while I'm the US Congress and working for an congresswoman. Deanna, that is the biggest district, is a district that has the most Venezuelans in the US, told the reason that I decided to four hair with her back in two thousand fourteen I. Actually promoted as we're seeing her office the first sanctions. Officials a were violating human rights dot particular Gio that Gorman kill over hundred people that. Is Particularly John Renaissance at were protesting once again in two thousand fourteen, and in two thousand fifteen, happening something unique on the Venezuelan modern history that for the first time, since Chagas got power ninety, a the won an election for a public office or a major power, but in this case is the legislature so. Is the equivalent to US Congress for us. Is the National Assembly? I actually was renewing my. Own Mexico back at the time, but when I saw that their position one I thought you know many Venezuelans hope went over there for change soon for the first time, the Congress had a lot of power for, but besides the power that Congress held in Venezuelan people that wanted something different i. didn't you hold the political confident will end up happening, but the marathon that the Venezuelan people wanting to change in West Lake signed for me that it was a woman to go on support and that movement of change.
"durand" Discussed on OnEducation
"Ubisoft is one of the largest most popular video game companies in the world sassoon's creed for example is one of their most popular game in series with over one hundred forty million copies sold across almost two dozen games at this point the series is in the pantheon of all time great franchise houses so when they do things people pay attention so when ubisoft decided to create assassin's creed discovery tour starting with their egypt tour based on off assassin's creed origins they raise the bar for game based learning and turned heads the discovery tour team is back now with discovery tour ancient greece based on for assassin's creed odyssey we've had a chance to play it and let me tell you it's absolutely incredible joining us on the podcast today as producer and historian for UB oft and part of the team that made this happen maxime durand welcome to the show thank you very much so maxine being someone who i game design in my computer science classroom i i like to talk process just a little i think it's super interesting to dig into the some bolts of this was it always in the plans to make a another discovery tour after the egypt egypt was incredible and it was really well was saved when did you start on curious when you start working on it in earnest and is it a dedicated team that works on the discovery tour is it's something that just you pull people onto and off of at various points in the development process i'm curious about your decision making for making the game itself will i discovered tours is is a hard project it's a it's a dream project that came from the team so we we've had this idea for many years now at personally ever since i joined ubisoft back in two thousand ten always dreamt about creating something that could be useful for classrooms so we had that first forty at between two thousand fifteen two dozen eighteen we've created the first discovery to enter egypt and since we launched a first edition we were eager to receive feedback to understand how people were using it eater indicators school else museums but also gamers that are usually playing essence create ended up receiving that you new adventure to expand their their only suicpassengers creep so we've been being attention and to be honest the second discovered tour was planned at that moment it was really a matter of exception we realized that it was i mean it had a positive impact it the reception was far beyond also what we were expecting so how i don't know maybe we were expecting like half a million users and a disappoint were almost at two point four million users with the first discovered doors so it became very parents that it had its place in the assassin's pretentious and we should do another one so will it took about over a year to create the new discovery engine greece with a dedicated team that's amazing amazing so i'm a history major i lucked into teaching computer science i always say and tell anyone that i can and people who listen to podcasts all the time with hear me say all the time i am that i wouldn't be a teacher if it wasn't for the game said meyer civilization absolutely wouldn't be teacher at all i'm incredibly passionate about teaching history and i love playing history games so i'm curious how important do you think it is that we finding gauging ways to teach a subject that has been called boring by so many people and do you think that discovery to her greece and discovery tour ancient egypt help saw love some of those challenges while i think in in in in other ways people do things in life by by bashing hopefully it's not always the case but most of the time when we decided to go on the way like going to studying something whether it's history or engineering there's there's always some form of fashion behind i'm pretty much the same as you i've always appreciated history as get never thought i would make this early make a career out of it it out but video games movies coming books tv series all of these were were enlightening to me because if made history very accessible it made me realize history of your life and so we just like just like many kids i discovered museums passion could become much more could become a career hopefully not everyone will become historians in their life might have some problems in finding everyone a career but there is there is a bashing for history i think that is that's part of everyone but reality is that may be that it's the learned in school is maybe not the way that is accessible for everyone just like books are not necessarily the the best medium for everyone yeah i think there's there's a faster rate of mediums there are interesting and i think the discovery tours is just an addition out there that has great potential because it's a immersive aspects that is unique so i mean we're just adding one new tool to that again today asked a spectrum of tools of mediums that get people excited about about the subject of this history so the details in this game are just quite amazing it's absolutely the difference maker when compared to let's say other type of educational games so i'm sure you're hearing a ton of causative feedback about the visuals but you also really nailed the informational component to the game as well so it's really a complete package in its show does so how important was it to the team to you to feel that this was accurate both in the visual sense and any information that was being presented it has to be said the discovery tour is a parent of sas inscribed in the way that we inherit the game map that has been created for for for assassin's creed with all the artistic choices that they've made all the technical constraints that they have also to create the game so as a developer aware of dilemmas that we have are also aware of the potential and when creating a discovery through experience we knew we had to adapt we have to take like it was because we would not have the ability to to change it we could not make more historically accurate we just had to work along with what we have so this is what we've done we've been aware of our strength mrs and we've tried to build an experience of retractable tool around this where we're telling the most interesting historical bits of the i at least the ones that we're aware of and we're also trying to dell what are the limits that we have in creating these worlds such as distance so we we play the distance in these worlds they're not going to rely size for instance and so we're trying to tell that we're trying to promote the fact that video games are also in but it can be so interesting it's awesome so where do you see games like discovery to her fitting into new education i in terms of like big picture then maybe even like if you have any specific examples of where and how this is being used in the classroom who who is this for like what's the target market for this we probably the most difficult target reject to please everyone at the worst you can do when you're making a video game because you you cannot you cannot fulfil a precise nature of precise needs somewhere so for instance when we left the discovery to a we want to be able to to give it to a for high schools middle schools universities just in terms of education these all very different every country's different every john is different i mean just in the united states you've got fifty one different educational systems in canada there's twelve of them so everything is is this complex so we tried to understand that we tried to find a middle point that could make a still interesting even though it would not be perfect for one at the age so we've distance the discussion was distant during development it's still ongoing discussions with features but also with preferences in university so the first test were done before the launch of the first were done in nine high schools so that the wants were aged around fourteen years old girls and boys anza we were trying to see if they could learn discovered tour or would distract the more than than anything else and so we compared to machine versus the human so the the teacher obviously we're not intended to replace a teacher we're there to add to their expense but even when compared to machine but the teacher students are still learning almost as much as the church so that was a very good first step in proving that it could be useful but the way we built this of course we wish that features it in their classroom in addition to all the other tools that they're using so let's say a teacher has a one hour classroom in middle school high school can go into the class to contest their students to played a discovery one of the tour of we're gonna play the the tour on the acropolis or the swamp democracy in athens and them in the game plan to tour self is not a big challenge it's they're going to have some a lot of information legged received from the teacher but then the teachers can task the students to do more it can ask them to take pictures in the game to show after that they've understood concepts to have that discussion in the classroom to engage him in talking about insecurity in a way that maybe have appealed to them as much in underperform so this is one of the ways that it can be used in classrooms of that age when we're talking more about universities in museums i think we're we're looking more to promote critical thinking at even further so we're hoping that students have already of knowledge about these tempers were talking about in that they can they can criticize can discuss 'em thinking about the decision so the developers have made for instance to to show maybe chewed was bigger than than size really was back in the days to show history in a in a way that is complete whereas archaeology in history gives us small bits of information so so we're trying to please many different ways in this complex we're really trying to achieve this i was curious about you'd you'd mentioned something that made me think about localization is this available in in men any other languages or or mainly just in english and i'm thinking specifically like i'm from canada so so french would be would be an obvious one that this would would be interesting to be available in how many how how localized is this how localized is discovery tour is it available in multiple other language just absolutely so both discovered are available in illin- guages so there's a if my memory is correct i fully localized to subtitles menus in sounds all dilates whereas forty we also have tree subtype asians korean mandarin chinese in traditional chinese simplified and traditional chinese so these adopt to fully localize languages french english spanish german japanese end the russian and brazilian portuguese if i'm correct so all of this is available for saint priced all players it's it's the same it can be changed in in the flick of a second so i work with educators and one of the things they would actually be very interested in this but i believe that they would need some guidance so help so is there a guide for educators like to be able to use along their current curriculum and what do educators get if they do actually purchase the discovery tour so i part of the question is no we have published guides what we're trained to do instead is to promote this russian we've created a digital firm up so far to engage teachers are interested to discuss between themselves to get to know each others to share his practice is in guides it's not perfect we still have to to make this more available but reality is that the teachers were not the best hub to hub to use it in all the different contexts and and so i would working hand in hand we can really achieve something thing is that many teachers that are using publishing in the united states for instance there's a brainstorm meyer was murray's that good here but he's he's getting a lot of material for his classroom so that students in play either solo or two students together on the same night yeah i know he's he's putting a lot of information out there on the internet in quebec derosa so we've partnered with a group that his go get consultant for the government they're called the r e c i t and they publish everything for free open source on their website their test to help them also get this more accessible in other countries for instance so i think it's a discussion at its ongoing but we realized makers were were very fast into creating new products an indication we we noted takes more time to to try to tested to approve it and were ready to go that way to try to help educators to get access to it than to take the time to understand how can this uses for instance so one of the concerns that i was thinking about it i was playing the game on my PC which is souped up for gaming is there aren't many schools that have gained mean quality PC's or game consoles so how much thought did you guys put into the system requirements and making the game accessible to more than just like for example private schools with the larger budgets it concern for us since we when you wanted to do this his death we're creating a triple game that is unique i mean it's as far as we know is the only aaa games adapted out there for for schools it has its downsides in accessibility in terms of hardware is one of them i mean i'm looking ahead to hope to be hopeful that the call conversion we're aware that this is not it's it's it's still not enough there aren't a lot of public schools that are still using discovery tour out there maybe not as much as we'd like so this is why for this new discovered through incheon greece was also published all the tourists inevitable format who for free in all languages interesting so it's not it's not the full experience but at least there's something out there that they can use i mean just the same way that could use a movie for instance more term it's unusual for a game development company it's unusual also for education like you're kind of breaking ground on but as a dude who's made his entire career on games based learning and talking about video games in schools i mean keep raising the bar and it look for us so everyone that was maxime durant from ubisoft thank you so much for joining us maxine greene q. season on education is brought to you by fresh grade the reality for most classrooms is that besides open house parents sign up for your.
"durand" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Hi, Tom Martino here, Frank Durand, the real estate man with us talking about real estate. What's the biggest mistake people make when they list a home? Frank, I would say overpricing number one, and I'd say number two too much clutter have the place ready to show and Thirdly, don't be there during the showings. Why don't you want them there during the show? It makes buyers uncomfortable. Yet. We've taken enough buyers in where we get out on the porch. And they say that was really awkward having the seller there. Gotcha. Yeah. Can't discuss it, or they feel like they can't exactly. Larry's got a follow up on something. Go ahead. Larry, what's happening. Hey a problem. I went to Denver to stay overnight in the hotel had booked the plane scheduled up three o'clock. Wake up call with the hotel, of course, you have to sign it where you, you fill the information when I registered and three o'clock went by never received a wakeup call. And then ended up having to go to Chicago driving the Chicago. Oh my goodness. What hotel was it? Micro. Tell by Wyndham. Here's the age old question. Larry when somebody misses a responsibility of delivery, a wakeup call a new Bor a reservation or whatever what financial responsibility do. They have the, the rule usually is. They can't be held to an unreal standard. Okay. Let's say missing this flight cost you a million dollars. Could you sue the hotel for a million dollars because they didn't do the wake up call. Yeah. You could do you think you would win. I mean you mind I mean I'd never heard of such thing, they're called. They're called subsequent are consequential damages and I'll bet you I don't know. I, I mean, I'll bet you, you're not the first one to wonder this his is interesting because he said he actually filled out paperwork for it. Usually, I, I think he would just call the front desk and say, I want to wake up call, but why not bring your own? How about your phone set your own alarm just out of curiosity. Man. I did they acknowledge they missed it or did. They say. Actually, what happened is when I got up at five thirty. My plane was leaving at six my walk down front desk, and I asked the gal. What happened to my wakeup call? And she looked at me where it could be your headlights and said, I am so sorry. That was very answer. I'd say I'd argue it is it is a form of a breach of contract. I also I bet she can't there's no compensation. There's no agreement to terms. You can't prove it again. You said the same thing about the restaurant, I wanna bring up the restaurant did that because you're a pain in the ass. They didn't do it. Because they, they absolutely did never ever ever. Did they concede that reservation is a contract, nor does the law can see that nor can you find one precedent that says a restaurant reservation is a contract and you don't think a wakeup call is either? No, I don't. Because you have to have elements of a contract, you have to have a, you have to have offer. Acceptance you have to have compensation and you have to have losses. I mean I mean he paid this guy for the service at the hotel. It was a complimentary service. I here's the deal. Did he pay extra for that, and do people get a discount if they don't have it at least compu- room? Larry I. Well, this is what happened and why you wouldn't I took a photo because she had walked away and there was a scheduled for or room numbers to be picked up by their shuttle, and the advantage being at the hotel was leave my car there. Bring me the airport and bring me back. So I took a picture of the things you didn't know I did that. So when I got home, I called him and asked for a copy of my registration and emailed it to me and they had white about the time for the wakeup call actually, I have Email that to you. I emailed all the information to you on the six and I just did it here while I was waiting to get online with you. But you had a picture of it. I you actually I've emailed, it's here Email help trouble shooter, and I just sent it again here. That would last, by the way, I'm not telling you, you can't sue or they're not liable. But everywhere this question has been asked a million times? I'm trying to find answers as to what other ones have done like like I mean it could get pretty serious. His seems she's so unique because he fills out paper, okay, one woman. Oh, no. That that's different. There have been lawsuits. I don't have time to look up the precedence, but there have been there have been a lawsuits. So the other thing. They were supposed to credit my parking and I pulled up my Bank account and they did not now. That's pretty stupid. You'd think they'd at least try to appease, you. You know, they haven't done yet either. But I haven't contacted him. I wonder what your thoughts were? Okay. My thoughts are that. It depends. It depends. Really? I mean I don't I don't know. I mean it's a good question. It is a good question. And what we ought to do is research it rather than try to come up with an answer quickly. So I'm looking online here. Plenty of people have sued over it. But but I can't see if anyone who's been granted any damages. I don't let's see. I it's just people saying, don't ever depend on them. But in any case, I just don't even understand why you would depend on that in today's age, especially with cell phones. Thrill three seven one three eight two five five. I don't know. Larry make sure we have your information and let's research this. How about a few bedbugs at a hotel, you think you'd have a case there. I don't know again. I think I mean they have to be liable for something right? They have to be. Alex, what's going on with you? Alex. What's happening? You can't believe it. I did it. Shift to sit biggest ship often national, and thank better new car. She yemo. Thousands of miles. And again, two thousand more. And my thought I had a ball. What kind of vehicle is it? So you by five thousand miles later or seven thousand the tires or bald is at the problem. Just the front tires, right. Yes. Yeah. They wear tires quick. So what's the problem, though? They're not warranty, the tires generally or not. Exactly. And he told me and try this is bet you dry too much yet. I don't know about driving too much. Let me ask you this though. What kind of tires are they Goodyear Firestone Michelin? What are they? Why don't you bring them? I bet if you brought that vehicle to a Firestone store in explain. There's only seven thousand miles on them. I mean they're still Aaron them, right? You didn't hit a curb or anything like that. It's not a road as it's, it's dirges, bald. Exactly. They might pro rate them for you in give you a discount on some new ones. But generally original equipment tires, no matter who the manufacturer is are not covered under a mileage warranty. It's something wrong. Leash cod style. So what do you mean are they are? They warn evenly or just worn on one side inside the outside. Insight about dinner jazz. She kept up and tell me I'll liming not. Okay. That's possible. The alignment night. Good. Day ever alignment, or they didn't because it was brand new, right? So. Did you have the alignment done? Yes. When did you? Did you have the alignment done after the problem? Right. Exactly. But I say this now the garbage. Yes, I understand that. Did you buy new tires yet? Yes. Of course when the dealer when the dealer, did the alignment was the alignment way off. Okay. It's terrible. And he puts me new diet, but they need to pay for a new tires. How much did you pay for them? Something can nine dollars fill. Listen time. Here's what happens. This woman buys a new vehicle. Yes. Seven thousand miles later. All four tires apparently are worn on the inside in their trashed and the alignment was way off. Of course, she's saying, she never hid anything or anything like that. Is that a new car brand new car ran new are they willing to do anything that note they charge you nine hundred bucks for the new tires? Just say go through firestorm go through did. But I understand that are evenly, what kind of Toyota Sienna. Yeah. This was clearly an alignment problem and you'd like from the factory, unless they're arguing she hit something or hit a curb. You know, something you can't see. Hit. Okay. One site, but not you. If you're not the alignment out he can affect everything. I mean. But I tell you nothing on. You still have the tires or they threw him out. Got it. Oh, you have the tires the bad tires. Yes, I drop it and say, I wanted to have how much I would I would do small claims court for this one. What dealership is it? This is auto nation. We've got a we haven't angel over there Suzanne. Let's email. Yeah, this isn't right. I mean, not seven thousand miles in all of them, and they acknowledge because they did the alignment, right? They did it. Did it did? They charge you for the alignment. No. Something set something's, not right if that donation saying what they're saying tires are not part of the warranty. They're aware of bull item. She should've noticed it or whatever. If she's right, though, the why the tires are no good, apparently is because he alignment was out from the fact. No, I agree. But I'm saying that's what they're saying to her is we don't cover tired. But in this case in this case, they should if everything you're telling me is true, unless there's a question about the alignment, like, for example, he went over a pothole or something. I don't know what caused the alignment to be out, and I've never heard of the alignment being out on the front and rear equally perfectly. I mean it just doesn't make sense to me. To us affair. Send us pictures. You might be driving on the inside of your tires, send us pictures, and then send us the invoice, I make visit to different shop. Tires who do. And it tells me the same problem, come from via. We understand that, okay? Let's do it. Let's do it. We have more coming right up?.
Emma Thompson talks new movie and
"Thomson she's in a movie called late night. It opens this weekend. She also took on a Hollywood titan who has fired for sexual harassment and then quickly got another job and late night. Thompson plays opposite Mindy Kaeling. She also wrote the movie Mindy Kaeling script was one of those strange things immediately, good upon first reading just great. She had a good idea. And she really knew how to bring in for you. That's a. Plus, she said, I wrote it for you. So of course, you haul things, anything God is going to be bad going to be bad, because it's not going away anytime soon being earnest and kind so luckily, I wasn't I was in a blazer with looked back here being incredibly mean most of the time journal, just had our second baby Taylor adorable. She takes to you. Thanks, so there's just a lot of expenses at home right now and I think it's time for a race. I see. This is actually very exciting to be really great because what you're describing is the most clear out example of the classic sexist argument for the advancement of men in the workplace you're asking for raise not because of any work related contribution. You've made but simply because you have a family, and that's why in the nineteen fifties family men were promoted over the women. They worked with never encountered is in such a clean teachable way. How would you describe Catharine Newbury? She is a late night host. She is successful. But maybe the future doesn't look as bright. Well, she's someone who was so driven right from a very early age. We did shoot a little bit of heart doing stand up in London. And when she was very young. And actually, we used my stand up from tally, the I did in nineteen forty five. I remember when forty six can't come on and. I remember so clearly that feeling of whenever I did stand up in my twenty s of being one of certainty. If not the only woman, then one of two amongst great load of men, who were often quite standoffish didn't clearly, expect anything view, so. Spoke to me on every level, we took that piece out because it just didn't help with the story actually in the end. But Mindy understands that, she understands what it's like to be the one who's different not only because of being a woman, but also being a person of color in a fuel the only one you're going to feel different, and that's not comfortable, a lot of the time, it just simply isn't comfortable, and we're not very honest about not. I don't think and she's only about it. She was a diversity higher. She's written about someone who was a diversity. I if that hadn't happened, maybe we wouldn't have this movie. So go, diversity reactively talked to the director of the film Nisha Ghana Tra and she talked about Catherine, as one of those women who came up in the entertainment business. When women were made to believe that other women were their adversaries, not their allies. They were sold this idea that there's only room at the table for one. And if you're here, then you better make sure nobody threatens your position here. And any other women coming up may have been seen as a threat to that position rather than adding to the workforce. And so I think what I love about this movie. Is it sort of breaks up myth? Yeah. I wonder if just women who had, I don't think of men is being enormously generous and warm, too young men, who coming up and might take their position. I think that it might be not only women but just the nature of the power structures that we have created. Do you know what I mean? Like I didn't think of, of blogs coming into writing room and everyone going. Hey, your great. You're a young thrusting blood, a guy like me. I can't wait to give you some extra airtime. I didn't think that happens with mine, iza. And I think that's a problem of power. Right. But I think there's something more to what Nisha sane. And that is that if you're a woman coming up that you are so aware of how limited the opportunities are obsolete that you start to see other women not as your peers. But as your. Arrivals, and that becomes an inch hawk sake. Talk sake. Absolutely. The, the conditions of power do not make it possible, especially for people who find it difficult to get into that position in the first place to be generous will be welcoming will be mentoring or want to help. Movie that you chose not to make. And this is the animated film luck that was at sky dance, which is David Ellison's company animation comedy, paramount and you decided not to make it because guy dance had hired John Lasseter has been fired from Pixar for the way that he treated women. And you wrote a letter that I have described on the air as the Magna Carta of the metoo movement, is one of the most beautiful eloquent, and well argued letters about this whole notion of the way women are treated the way men are forgiven that I found profound, and I hope you would share these two paragraphs with with us right now too. If a man has been touching women inappropriately for decades. Why would a woman want to work for him? If the only reason he's not touching them inappropriately now is that it says in his contract that he must behave professionally. If a man has made women his companies feel undivided and disrespected for decades. Why should the women at his new company think that any respect he shows them is anything other than an act that he's required to perform by his coach his therapist and his employment agreement. The message seems to be I am learning to feel respect for women. So please be patient, while I work on it. It's not easy. What motivated you to write it? What gave you the ability to write it. Very good questions. When I left the production, and then I wrote to Lindsey Durand about it, and in these one of the most brilliant, women, I know, said, Phil, can you talk to some women about this? I'd really be interested to know what's going on. And in fact, that letter is the work of many voices is not just my voice because those questions, very much came from those women. So the dots what's wonderful about it is that it is a collective voice, and I sent it to sky downs and didn't receive a reply, and because I showed it was quite a lot of people because of the issue, being very pressing, a lot of just as you go to publish it, and that was quite a big decision because it's just a public, but the. Vision turned out to be the right one because. Those with the questions that needed to be oft and to this date of not been onset in any way. I've had no response public or personal back from sky don's an dots very disappointing. Because they only way we're going to get anywhere with this own going issue is by talking to each other. It's not just a public thing to do its thing that potentially, and this is what has happened over the last couple of decades, that has kept women silent is they fear that they will be punished that they will be blackballed. They won't get parts that people will rise. They're absolutely really. Why were you able to I'm sixty on thought too old not to woke my own talk time is very much marching on. And because I had spoke to not before when the Weinstein thing blew up, and I've always spoken about this. I was young woman. I'm there was up -solutely, no choice really. And what was interesting to me in very touching was responses. I got from so many people male and female, who had done the same thing who would walk away and who don't have. Perhaps, don't feel as stoppage does I feel you know, I couldn't do other things. It's not going to kill my career even if sky don'ts, says, we're never going to work with you again, and we're going to tell every other animation, but I don't think that that would be possible now because the do feel that with the metoo time's up moving. There is a tipping point. But we do have to keep on, and on one of the ways in which I think we're going to have to do that. We got to talk to people before during, and after film shoots the thing, the clever thing about anybody who's going to bully. Is that they'll do it, not in front of someone who's going to say you can't do that? They'll do it in secret or in quiet or in private. And it's very difficult, for instance, for someone who's a runner, and who can be replaced in five minutes to say anything, bad about someone who will cost a lot of money to replace an all of these things. They have implications for everyone.
Nick Wright on Kevin Durant throwing shade at LeBron, talks paying Dak Prescott and more
"Wanna go to Nick ride on this. Kevin Durant for the second time in two weeks has taken a shot at LeBron James called him toxic plan with LeBron's toxic. And then yesterday mentioned all these great players all time and put kyri in and not LeBron. So Nick, right. First things first, we the cower global satellite network. Let's talk about that. I mean, what what did you make Durand comment? I don't think they're a coincidence. Neck. I think he I think he is deeply bothered that he moved to Golden State won a bunch of titles and people still don't put them above. Lebron? That's my take. There is obviously indefinitely some insecurity factor. As far as what more do you want me to do? I I wanted to finals I won the finals with jump shot a jump shot over LeBron. I won the finals the next year with a jump shot in the exact same place. But as you just said, just objectively speaking, he's not better people who know basketball. No, he's not better. But I also think listening saying Kobe's one of the two greatest players of all time isn't absurdity Kobi's as great as he was not one of the two best players of his era. That's LeBron and Dunkin, but that's neither here nor there but about a year ago. Kevin Durant on one of his many podcasts. Bill Simmons talked about the different way that he and LeBron go about their off-season preparation, and he said something I thought was really telling he said LeBron works on his body. I work on my game. As if he didn't see that. Lebron? Was working on his body in order to prolong how long he can play the game. Because the guys seem mentioned are guys that I understand like whether it's footwork worrying Kyrie's case raw dribbling skill or touch on a jump shot. They all might have something on LeBron will the bronze got on. Everybody is the body. He's put together which has allowed him to not only get to the rim. But to be on injured. I don't think that's something from a basketball perspective Durant, fully respects. Yeah. Because it is obviously the opposite of what he has Durant has made the most anyone could ever make with a muscle massive around what I have which is remarkable feat. But it is not comparable to what we see for most other NBA stars. By the way, there's a rumor today colline Kevin Durant to the clippers again, I'll believe Durant's gonna leave. I don't think he has the guts to leave Golden State because he would get crushed. And if he goes to LA and LeBron gets Anthony Davis and he's on the second best team in LA. It's a bad look for him. I don't buy this move. Do you buy it? Are. So I do think I disagree with you. I think Kevin Durant is going to leave. I think he not only has the guts sleeve. I think leaving could it be the only thing to enhance his standing in the league. But the only thing if he leaves he I believe he can't do or would be crazy to do is injuring to another situation where we don't know who the best player is that. So that means he he's already in one of only a handful of situations. He could be in. We're at teammate is arguably better in Steph. So we can't go to the Lakers. And that also means he can't team up with Kawai Jaanus, Anthony Davis LeBron. That's it. So if if it's about winning championships, obviously should stay in Golden State.
"durand" Discussed on First Things First
"Side of the lane those are things i'm look at the stat sheet after tonight's game because i believe if he's able to get his jump shot going it will open up things for the other calf's the role players which has been the story of the calf season but it starts with lebron it starts with his jump shot and it starts with moving him off of the ball especially bringing the ball up the court so we can preserve some of the energy that he's going to need an third and fourth your point about lebron and getting in the lane scoring in the paint game one and game two he's very consistent game want he was nine of ten in the restricted area game too he was eight of nine so what's they're answering fifty points twenty nine points while in game one he hit a bunch of jump shots he had a bunch of three pointers game too that was not the case so i think that too key point is his jump shot falling it not falling from a team perspective the cavs in the last two mba finals prior to this one the year they won the championship in seven and the year they lost last year with kevin against kevin durand the warriors and five they beat the warriors three times in cleveland only three times in the two finals previous to this in all three of those games they dominated the first quarter the cavs home victories against the warriors and the last two nba finals they won the first quarter thirty three to sixteen they won the first quarter thirty one to eleven and last year game four they won the force first quarter i had to double check this forty nine to thirty three forty nine points in the first quarter of game four last year so in their three home victories in the last two nba finals against this team they have outscored the warriors won thirteen to sixty in the first quarter why is that relevant they have to get off to a fast start we know the warriors are going to be doubling lebron early that's going to mean other guys have to hit shots it's going to mean.
"durand" Discussed on First Things First
"Half court to get the ball out of his hand so those are the things the bronze got to build shoot the ball shoot the ball from downtown how many threes those abroad make and how many field goes the brian make outside of the lane those things i'm a look at the stat sheet after tonight's game because i believe if he's able to get his jump shot going it will open up things for the other cavs the role players which has been the story of the calf season but it starts with lebron it starts with his jump shot and it starts with moving him off of the ball especially bringing the ball up the court so we can preserve some of the energy that he's going to need a third and fourth your point about lebron and getting in the lane scoring in the paint game one and game two he's very consistent game want he was nine of ten in the restricted area game too he was eight of nine so what's they're answering fifty points twenty nine points while in game one he had a bunch of jump shots he had a bunch of three pointers game to that was not the case so i think that's a key point is his jump shot falling not falling from a team perspective the cavs in the last two nba finals prior to this one the year they won the championship in seven and the year they lost last year with kevin against kevin durand the warriors and five they beat in the warriors three times in cleveland only three times in the two finals previous to this in all three of those games they dominated the first quarter cavs home victories against the warriors in the last two nba finals they won the first quarter thirty three to sixteen they won the first quarter thirty one to eleven and last year game four they won the force first quarter i had to double check this forty nine to thirty three forty nine points in the first quarter of game four last year so when they're three home victories in the last two mba finals against this team they have outscored the warriors won thirteen to sixty in the first quarter why is that relevant they have to get off to a fast start we know the warriors are going to be doubling lebron early that's going to mean other.
"durand" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
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"durand" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Imagine what the horses feeling looking back at you you know what i'm saying i told him i was greg but he never heard before all right thank you to you we'll check back with a few minutes great t's not he's not great with animals courses are the most majestic beautiful animals other than my schnauzer animal person all right let's take a break we have a phone tap on the way who does today's phone taps gunny today belongs to garrett all right on the way a phone tap and we've got a great ti racing a horse another day at the office did you miss part of today's show blitz back to truck a little bit open the iheartradio app here everything you missed with elvis duran on demand teachable moment full versions of every show posted every day just search durand on demand only on the iheartradio app elvis durant in the morning show i don't know what you're looking at but i'm staring at a bag of tate's bake shop thin crispy buttery chocolate chip cookies as soon as i'm done talking to you i'm jumping in tate's bake shop cookies at your favorite market tate's bake shop uniquely crispy deeply delicious about to get into the phone chat with garrett daniil how you feeling sipa coffee were good i know we've been talking about coffee ever since we came to work so i feel extra caffeinated today does that mean i'll fall faster and further probably come down with my coffee little happen.
"durand" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"Yeah that'd be interesting i just don't know by now you have d s j harrison barnes and the an imbalance sheerness and wesley matthews done here it's true that do have him yeah i'll i'll the kings are gandhi andre durand and valgaeren us eddie and also talk arbi to sabban as out of a matter retirement was i'm ready to juicy see their they're shaving down they rotations in sacramento baru famous they listen to the show that out the dugout from fifteen players and i to twelve so again there the tourist they're going to be mobilised cows is getting the enp's now like the pelicans way i think eight guys last night i think bogey an athlete air split the whole game and then they rotate in the other three i mean it seemed work yeah they want viagra next year lakers have the most cap but again i just on i don't know i i can't see lebron go like endless if he goes there than you know like two people were following red bull ii seventy six was third seventy six as might be the way i wouldn't hawks four mavericks five rockets the jazz lebron goes to the salt lake city at guy can't win and utah that'd be terrible the bronco burned down in the metro highlighted do you like bogey you just outright so he would have no one else went just go to the lakers the i could see that.
Used car, radio and iheart discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest
"durand" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Uh so durand is likely you know i will say bentley calama on pat how's the jam andrew win and she's like okay i'll get you know what i got to say i gotta say something at like i'm sorry okay no offence but jesus christ to the viewers at home it's one bedroom apartment okay but by you make it sound like it's like trump tower buy gold flakes on everything by jesus christ if the pet house's use your water to sound that where abortion foes her she makes a question that a question for the masses the philosophical question of our era what's wrong with calling it a pet house for god's sake it's a one bedroom it's out when veteran okay by as what it is like a onebedroom on top of the building okay that's what it as well armed sawyer gun attack the jefferson's now also i mean they were dry cleaner there were literally in the sky bethany arming we've generally left at jacking legitimately leanings gay no more dragging drag leniently bills miki arrived bethany with you i will call it an apartment everyone else so color the giant pandas northern when he makes it sound that wetter the apparent towels yarda relate marin that's actually you can you during a parody of us during a party of you right now i have on our call it an apartment if i think it what it wyoming at home i like viable how 'bout this i god the patasse dwelling there.
"durand" Discussed on 1070 The Fan
"While what a month it was then what shall we have for you this vision of se top ways within tony ever collins on michael even tony in june it wasn't just about the play the was also about the moments in some of them happen in an instant some took years to develop but they were all worth the wait michael we're going to begin with the moment that the find a career clevinger answering his wife the warriors vitamin summer delivering on the biggest stage in a sport it's our top clutch to cleveland we go game three of the nba finals the minutes ago in the fourth cavs up by till the brian james he drives kicked out the couch korver 43 horror shot as short durand go ahead the rebound and he keeps it himself pulls up from the three and yes he drains the shot durand gives golden state a one point forty five seconds to go through ran thinking the goal had 3pointer with the bronze has in his face here's how it sounded going no charlie love holders for all these so that's how it sounded around the world here's how fans at a media reacted cadbury ac and right there now let's take a look at steps reaction durant this is my favorite your thank this is my favorite reactive that is that after this islet and finally watch lebrun not quite the same mac no no this inward bear returned as head you could tell he newest here's durand this teammates on the play carlos look at the bottom of this is up for heroes other worker who life built but i want to go where those little room worker america huge on the take some big for room oh come on your show on the road in the finals supreme comfy shows you accomplish used just no worries win.
"durand" Discussed on Life of the Law
"But you know the great game of exciting game you're not the contrary to popular opinion you too many people thought that assumes kevin durand joined the warriors uh last summer that this nba season and predicted finals be boring and it'll be a foregone conclusion who will win it even though doors when they theories ford at one adult thinking by we'll sales a boring series visitors of drama lot of excitement and i think of any sports fan could appreciate guess how phenomenal this team is steve kerr talked after the game about how this was as competitive a four one series is you could have that the record really didn't reflect how close these teams were a if kevin durant dozen hit a spectacular shot in game three the warriors could have entered game five tied to to uh the series would have had an entirely different feel and given the history of what happened last year and the year before it would have been an incredible moment of everything coming together the history of these two teams kevin duran did hit the shot in game three that's a maker miss league as a lot of basketball player say so we have the story that we now have the dominant warriors that the four one win but it was really hardfought entertaining series are the where's the good guys here yes and no individually they they have the reputation of sort of being choirboys the the description that you gave them as being a jump shooting team i think is what a lot of people in the nba think of them as they're not a team that's going to necessarily get up in your face to pick fights but they became so powerful when they added kevin durant that they became the villains uh steve curry actually had the team.
"durand" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"And the reason they're doing that because i believe look braun knows that paul george is a better match up on durand and that if they tell butler don't come here dan gilbert trapped he either gets paul george and just deals with ramification he could leave in a year but i think lebrun has taken jimmy butler on the equation by calling dwayne weighed his body and saying tell jimmy don't come here so what does it marginalize as dan gilbert like 'cause dan gilbert once butler over george because he has a longer contract in so dan gilbert does it want to lose lubrani year an paul george but lubrani likes to have power so lebrun calls d wayne says till jimmy don't come here so my my theory is kevin love it's easier for kevin prichard the gm of the pacers to go to his owner and say i gotcha kevin love over jordan clarkson and draft picks or the lakers fearful of that i think the lakers are certainly fearful that would censure senna's when paul georgia's representatives were telling the pacers earlier this week look i'm going to opt out and become a free agent next summer and i want to go to the lakers in one hand the lakers her estatic like they know other there's no secondguessing on his aspirations and they feel like hey they have some kind of leverage bought wickets gets the fact that these other teams might get involved in these other teams right now the lot more talent have a lot more to make a deep playoff push and i know that paul george has alatas shrunk sediments to the lakers but if you're on a team that can win a championship on a rental enter in that environment.
"durand" Discussed on Be Honest with Cari Champion
"Uh now that he finally as his chip his thirst and i'm sure there will be more to follow that he is the best player in the world now because that is the debate that he is better than leblond james as you know um so our podcast is on the uninterrupted and their platform of own at you know could truly way my check every about at all us pan w bruises be honest with carry champion here everybody welcome to another addition of beyond honest nba finals provi o v eight no surprise the jal here kevin durand is the mvp of the finals golden state warriors they they wanted as they should encourage hampions alito salty valley it'll salty i'll tell you i am sottil near the side of the break it not because i did not think they didn't deserve to win i knew they were gonna win being the golden state warriors but i'm too salty about all the different story lines and all the different needs that have not been met if you're an nba fan and i'm not saying that this super team is bad for the nba a but i'm not saying it's good for the nba there you know i'm again moran because i have a special guest whose joining us i don't get you angry you guys watch insecure all you do you like it oh you do you like it broke in nama could talk about that but you know what i was saying yes oh the starve insecure or costar of insecure as a young lady by the name of yvonne orgy in she is extremely talented and so funny and so sweet and beautiful and all the wonderful things that she should be as she knows something about ball she has a podcast called ball grow magic she does it with golden state sideline reporter rosine so you've got to check that out it's really interesting it's on uninterrupted platform you know who owns at labranche james so join us on the podcast today we're talking nba finals with her she represents from merlin apparently it with a you not maryland it's marland uh and she's a huge fan of kevin torrential talk about that as well.
"durand" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Play quarterback guard kevin durand and a lot of guys do play quarterback artists they need the whole thing to do it that's the hardest prevailed the batteries position now this is what i'm going to say now if we're talking the west the question when you sit for number one he's not jealous of the guys liberal and he's not jealous of tom brady but if when you are talking about the noise nominees are talking about the greatest athlete do you mean by by job description like pro athlete if you mean that then you can throw tom in air but if you start saying the greatest athlete when you talking about athleticism did you guys nazi tom brady's combine state they're look if there's nothing athletic about tom brady okay so you would you can't put that in the greatest athlete conversation if you're talking about athleticism but if you're talking about the as a job description a pro athlete is he one of the greatest pro athlete ever you can have that discussion because quarterback is the hardest position to play in sports that's the only link it hard is it's it's presnap it's memorisation its coverage understanding also the mental aspect doesn't know also it's also a whip lightweight knowing that you're gonna stand near and get blasio head it takes a certain data relating to be able to do that like this does the best athlete you can be the best quarterback the best leader winner by the way the the nfl is it's a bunch of frustrated basketball player style no radi jealous of nba playoff amax money without get held us from winter i don't think he's all but i do want to see this remember he's kind of the ambassador of the nba when he speaks people listen right he said that all star break what if he's trying to set a narrative here this is my opportunity they t apple softball till abhran.
"durand" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"In his heart and they all do that they would have won the final had he then there in game five like the suspension gave the cavaliers in golden state's mind something to hold onto some hope that they needed to get themselves back in the series so i i guess you just feels can flicked it of out of the i don't think he regrets i i think he felt justified in taking a swipe at him and he does view life is like thing pat then you gotta move on you've got to take lessons in i've changed the man i have two technicals and the playoff them not getting suspended i'm controlling myself a little better so it happened and we've done sekulow from the low post a podcast joining here on mike mike trey wind go in as far as the we we know july four that day and the hamptons when kevin durand made that decision to go the golden state union you mentioned dream i green was one of the first to calm can you give us a time line and how that all came about well you know others including hatred worker out outfield the vertical have reported for a long time that the recruiting of k d started you know well before the finals last year that's that this was the thing that the warriors players knew about they whispered about if they've whisper decayed d and raymond was the lead guy and you know after they lose the finals dream on told me i i contacted kevin even right after game seven and then you know obviously the front office is barred from doing that but the league sort of let players do what they wanna do like timur parsons in the andrei jordan were on a boat cruise for like a month before for created started a couple of years ago so um and then you know then the hamptons happens and after that it's a pretty quick that i don't think it's any secret that the warriors players had an eye on that scenario for a long time zack low with us on mike and mike and one of the things that we talked about at the start of this show and again we can see that it might have been better if we can up come up with this before the playoffs started.
"durand" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Mary we still i'll have all the riots that when he came into office we had others want to know exactly what they are meant to resist oliver lbj onto gay bar in los angeles he leads more liberal but he wants to civics about what he should be protesting against what are the points that is going to resonate with the entire lgbt community t say this is what wwe we stand for and this is why were basically giving up the pride her eight and chase as organizers are clear about what he should do when he gets home i think we're going to have a resists march but if no one knows what to do afterwards the next day people are just going to move onto the next topic of conversation when do we stopped the timing activists on when to start becoming leaders but the crater of elis resist march brian pendleton says the event is the first step in taking a page from lgbt history to face the future of american politics this idea that were getting back to our roots as a protest organization rather them as a parading organization if felt right so pendleton hopes that when people participate in a march to resume sd they can walk away proud for npr news i'm leo durand in los angeles the it's npr news unsubtle goes w n y c is all about aston questions questions about but those things could robert muller compelled president trump to produce his tax returns and questions you never thought to ask i still can't quite understand why being tough on drugs became a political necessity the news you want the break union saturdays on 939 fm.
"durand" Discussed on Two Man Weave
"I don't know you mentioned the mistakes though i don't even know what matchups favor cleveland other defensive at it's not about favorite disavow been ripe position no one game plan schemes and born out of implement it no you can't fight everybody is not the best defensive player everybody's not the best offense offensive player but when you can go on and implement a game plan that that that makes the fall of mistakes and they did gouda no they were locked in from the beginning of the game you could tell on defense the bannon i got armagh just keep harping on the fact that a disc this coldest day team you cannot have those mistakes and his men or they we will make him pay in a major wait there's no way fees that you're the guy great the kevin durand scores the basketball but he shouldn't have body on him going front him at all times here too wide open monster talks with noone around given i said know that can't happen to score you on of the gaza would files at one filed the guy will to the best you have to hold himself accountable to be president khurana i know when you're watching this scheme the three all buses were sitting here and we were looking for more aggressive play weekly sought at times from cleveland witless do you do with your thailand right now because i think it this is the nba finals right now the conference finals louis postseason cleveland has had too many couple hiccups here and there in eastern conference finals but by and large they're not supposed to be dominated in the nba thoughts.
"durand" Discussed on The Basketball Analogy
"Not really would steph jerry i mean there's conversation about higher earvin bean who brought to but were who wears the call for staff in nine how how is it going to work on this stage because just like how the cavs haven't been challenge neither have the warriors as evidenced by the fact that they've swept the playoffs so far so uh what steph curry going to do win are actually challenged and um kevin durand is a plane his game um you know on the highest level against a against lubrani so i just i think this is going to be the true test that it this on core can really really succeed together and be um you know the dynasty that in that many people expect them to be given the talent they have um my have a question for you this is this is michelle online to to your door i agree with the looked zero i own blu ray look is still a visa of maryland them right by the shor you i do i think the warriors are rolling as well i think they do it in five maybe even less would do give make less maybe even less i have a question for you do you think that the warriors have better odds of sweeping this then the cavs do at winning even to in this series who was a good question um man now i feel like i'm in spelling be on on the spot i was told there would be no matthew era would see.