31 Burst results for "Elam"
The Bible in a Year
"elam" Discussed on The Bible in a Year
"And on the 8th day, he shall take two male lambs without blemish, and one elam, a year old without blemish, and a serial offering of three tenths of an ifa of fine flour mixed with oil, and one log of oil. And the priest who cleanses him shall set the man who is to be cleansed and these things before the lord, at the door of the tent of meeting, and the priest shall take one of the male lambs, and offer it for a guilt offering, along with the log of oil, and waive them for a wave offering before the lord. And he shall kill the lamb, in the place where they killed the sin offering, and the burnt offering, in the holy place. For the guilt offering like the sin offering belongs to the priest, it is most holy. The priest shall take some of the blood of the guilt offering, and the priest shall put it on the tip of the right ear of him who is to be cleansed, and on the thumb of his right hand, and on the great toe of his right foot. Then the priest shall take some of that log of oil and pour it into the palm of his own left hand and dip his right finger in the oil that is in his left hand and sprinkle some of the oil with his finger, 7 times before the lord. And some of the oil that remains in his hand, the priest shall put on the tip of the right ear of him who is to be cleansed, and on the thumb of his right hand and on the great toe of his right foot, upon the blood of the guilt offering. And the rest of the oil that is in the priest's hand, he shall put on the head of him who is to be cleansed. Then the priest shall make atonement for him before the lord.
The Officer Tatum Show
"elam" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"Brandon Tatum is a 7 year veteran of the Tucson police department. He's a YouTube sensation with over 2 million subscribers. He started blexit with Candace Owens, and now he's tackling his biggest assignment yet. This is the officer Tatum show. Ladies and gentlemen, gentlemen, ladies, welcome back to the oscillator show, some good news out of buffalo. Instead the young man demar Hamlin is showing signs of improvement. According to the team, he says, well, not this is probably not the team, but this is the person making a comment. Let me see. Care, care, elem. I mean, I don't know this person name. God damn your kids something right. I don't know why you name your kids. It looked like care. Am I saying it right? Care? It's got a candy. It can't be simple. Some crazy names. So Buffalo Bills cornerback. Buffalo Bills and cornerback elam provides updates on the safety demar Hamlin on Thursday, elam tweeted that the second year pro is awake and showing more signs of improvement in a tweet he says our boys doing better, awake and showing more signs of improvement. This is what he said on Twitter. Thank you God. Keep the prayers coming, please. All of three, which is the football player's number. Demar Hamlin. So it looks like he's suing signs of recovery. I think it's a miracle. It's pretty interesting that what's going on.
"elam" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Shooting by a police officer. In February of 2019, investigators say 17 year old Michael elam was the passenger at a car that refused to pull over for a traffic violation and proceeded to lead officers on a ten block pursuit of the vehicle crashed near 21st place at keeler, the passengers, including elam, began to run off. A lawsuit filed against the city by Alice Martin, elam's mother alleges that all of us are adolfo milanos exited his squad car and without his body camera activated, opened fire. Elam was shot twice and died with a pseudo legend that over 5 minutes went by until officers requested an ambulance. A council committee has voted in favor of paying a $5 million settlement to Martin, the full city council will now vote on the matter. Andy Dane one O 5 9. 6 O 8 traffic and weather together on the 8 sponsored by car ex tire and auto here's bow to rank nasty situation developing on the northbound side of three 55. This is near Le Mans where the northbound trip on the veterans tollway is jamming up from a 127th onto the big displays river valley bridge over the big long, tall bridge, multiple spinouts reported here. This is where we're gonna see the problems building up first with the elevated surfaces especially on a bridge like this, it is so high above ground level, multiple spinouts reported at least one lane is blocked, it's getting very treacherous very quickly on the northbound side of three 55 over that display's river valley bridge planning for plenty of extra travel time, northbound three 55, but that's just a good tip around the roads today. We have delays building earlier than expected on most of our roads because of the winter weather coming down, no major delays on the edens, the Kennedy on the inbound already heavy from the river road toll Plaza to the Eden's 35 minutes from O'Hare into downtown. The outbound side of the Kennedy you're okay but the west bent side of one 90 the O'Hare extension, it's heavy from river road to mannheim Eisenhower inbound slow spots already before mannheim Laramie and Costner to western 50 minutes from the Jane Adams 27 in for mannheim 15 out to manheim at the moment, Stevenson inbound already 56 minutes from three 55 to do Sabo Lake shore drive 36 in from the tri state in that northbound I 55 is slow go and will county out a playing field all the way through bolingbroke already from route one 26 planned for plenty of extra time. The Dan Ryan in about 28 minutes, 95th of downtown 57 in about 25 minutes from my 80, the bishop port a half hour, 80 94 to the Dan Ryan. Dou Sabo lakeshore drive already seen some pretty heavy traffic through grant park and on the tri state tollway northbound logo from 95th to the 83rd street toll Plaza. Have you approaching Roosevelt as well we never report of a crash on the southbound tri state near gurney looks like it's around grand avenue where we have a three vehicle crash over on the shoulder. The Jane Adams and the Reagan are okay at the moment, no major route 53 R 80 problems just yet in northwestern Indiana so far so good but really take it easy increase that following distance on the road this morning from the metro traffics and our next report 6 18 news radio one O 5 9 wbm. The aguilera forecast calling for a winter weather advisory in effect until 6 a.m. tomorrow morning cold and snowy today with some rain mixing in especially along the lakefront south of the city and across northwest Indiana should see
"elam" Discussed on WTOP
"Make a difference in how you live, presented by steam fitters, local 6 O two. 8 28 to Steve dresner in the WTO traffic center. In the district outbound on this elam park by after Stanton road, one broken down that had been on the right side is all clearer traffic moving nicely in both directions. Staying in the district no delays on the freeway we're in good shape on D.C. two 95 and I two 95. In Maryland still dealing with a closure in Waldorf, both directions of route three O one blocked at smallwood drive due to the ongoing utility work, traffic must turn off onto small wood drive and then circle around in resume your travels on route three O one. Elsewhere we're doing okay in print George's county on the capitol Bill, we know prompts a report over a Montgomery county. We're in good shape on 95 and the BW Parkway between the two beltways, no issues along route two or I two 70 or route 50. She has a big bay bridge where currently finding we have three lanes moving westbound to going eastbound all good to go along route three O one, no problems to report over at the nice Mac Middleton bridge. In Virginia, both directions on the capitol beltway traffic moving nicely on 66. No problems we can find currently on three 95 and we're in good shape on 95 from both directions, saw a clear from the Springfield interchange sound of Fredericksburg. The jaw dropping musical Hamilton is playing at the Kennedy Center opera house, come join this captivating performance that's going on now through October 9th and information at Kennedy Center dot org. Steve dresner, WTO traffic. Checking weather with Mike. We will see a few showers across our area tonight, mainly before midnight to watch out for some patchy fog Lake. I love upper 50s to mid 60s. We'll turn partly Sunday on Tuesday. Only a nice
"elam" Discussed on Patriots Beat
"For a solid chunk of his of his senior season high school, he was the number one recruit in his class. Yeah. And Jack Jones sound I don't think he was number one, but again, it's the same thing where he's a 5 star recruit and obviously that potential wasn't recognized USC in the Arizona state, but the Patriots see that and say, well, there's something here. There's clearly something here. Can we tap into maybe what that detour, the year off juco, that might have put him off the track? Can we put him back on the track? I think that's the thought process here. Again, and I feel this way with a lot of the picks. They made throughout the three days. The NFL drafts about adding good players. They added good players. The questions for me are more about the guys they did not, you know, somebody at the chat brought up collusion here. I look at this point in the draft, whether it's Jalen or morte Davis, whether it's McCollum, whether it's Tariq woolen, right? To me, it's about, you know, there's going to be this draft is the potential to have a lot of revisionist history. I think Jack Jones can play. It's just did they take, I think they took a guy, it's just that they take the right guy. Yeah, we're going to be playing that game, I think, with this draft, like you said, for pretty much every pick that they made. I would say with Cole strange is not necessarily comparing him to players at his position. It's just comparing him to players that went in there and hit daxton hill is going to be the one. Right, daxton hill went after him, quay walker went to pick after the Patriots original Duffy went with the pick the Patriots traded to Kansas City. Kair elam went to buffalo a few picks after quay walker. So those are going to be the guys that you're going to say, okay, well, you had in this ten pick range. We had all this defensive talent and we took the guard. It's not so much about Cole strange. It's not so much even about the guard position. It's just really more about who they could have taken. With taekwon Thornton in the second round, sky Moore, George pickens Alec pierce. They all went in that ten to 15 pick range. So we'll see. For better or worse, that's what these guys are up against. They're up against comparing the guys that at their position specifically in most cases, the guys that went around them and the guys that were clustered around them on the board. All right, let's move on to the running back that the Patriots selected in the fourth round, one 27 Pierre strong from South Dakota state..
The Trish Regan Show
Will Elon Musk Get a Seat on the Twitter Board?
"And let's start off here with Twitter because shares are actually higher in Monday's trading. Investors at first were a little bit nervous because they wanted him to have that seat on the board. I predicted, of course, he would get it. He did, but now it looks like it's not going to happen. I have a feeling I know why. I know why, and that's because, well, you know, when you're on the board, you can only say certain things, right? You don't have the same kind of leeway to just say what you think and tweet what you think because you have a fiduciary responsibility, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. You also have the limitation of only being able to buy up to 14.9%. In the company, at least that's the deal that Twitter has with its board. So I have a feeling that, you know, over the weekend, as elam was out sharing all kinds of tweets in which he knocked Twitter as a business and we can get into those, I have a feeling they went to him and said, you know what? We need you to sign these things. Elon Musk was like, eh, no, I don't think so I'm not going to sign those things.
The NBA Show
"elam" Discussed on The NBA Show
"He's such a great face of the league, I think. You know, there are several faces of the league, but he's just so we're so fortunate, actually, I've got to say that in a season where, you know, some of the stars have not really shown out fronted up or, you know, I'm not going to go against the play for being unhappy with this franchise. That's something which is putting in the franchise, but Steph Curry is in terms of the vibe, right? Like the way I mentioned him before in relation to the warriors, the inclusivity he brings the game, like you just feel like as close as much as a superstar he is. You still feel like he gets it. Yeah. And it feels really important to have people that look at least like they get it and also shout out to Luka Dončić. She was just like lighting up everything. So yeah, it's been a really what I've loved my boy. I'll also be honest. Can I say just before I go? I love the maths trade. Dinwiddie? I love it. I love it, because that was always the listen. That was always an imaginary pausing as could bring, was always like, it was always a fantasy, right? Yeah, it was potential. He gets the confidence back. The Mavs are going to be something that. I'm excited. Didn't really show up. Listen. Sorry, the take police. You can hear him in the background. I mean, I've really enjoyed watching Joel embiid this season. I just think he's so, I don't know, because there were those first few years when he was at Philly and I think I don't know if you felt the same as an die hard 6 at Chris, but with that run of giraffes that draft picks that they had and none of them seem to really work and you're a bit like, is this going to be another guy who's going to basically just break his body? By the time he's, however, however, because he broke his body pretty quickly after being drafted. He was done. Well, he came in and he had back problems. He had foot problems. Good stuff, yeah. So he's seeing him fully, I don't know, flourish, I suppose, is the word. It's been amazing. And also just really take charge with the whole Simmons thing. You know, I just think it was, yeah, I think he's been so good to watch. I mean, he's bullied the paces this season, which hasn't been great. You know, like a lot of the times in both sports, you hear people say like, oh, well, this person is in their prime. They're hitting, they're in their prime. And I think that that's like a pretty abstract idea except when you watch him beat. Because you're watching somebody who is actually in total control of their body, but also in total control of the game. I think his IQ and his understanding of how to Marshall forces how to make passes, how to play off of double teams, how to draw attention, how to expose mismatches and stuff like that is just been fascinating to watch because he's had to do a lot of it himself the season. He doesn't have Ben. He doesn't have, you know, Tobias is pretty good to buy service is pretty good, but he's not necessarily a guaranteed 25 a night guy. So it's really falling to embiid it now. His career has had three acts, hasn't it, actually. He's in the third act. The first injury ridden, the second where it could have gone either way, which he might potentially or potential then also the raptors just getting ahead of them. And that could have people forget that I could have been the sixers year. It could have been. And then now this third act where the Simmons thing has fallen apart and people are laughing at the process and he's like, actually no, it turns out I was the process all along. The process was actually trusting the process actually trusting me to be the does that make sense. It's almost like that's his whole identity. Turns out that I was the process. He was the process. I've also just really enjoyed watching Chris Paul. And I've never been the hugest Chris Paul fan, even though obviously he is one of the all time great point guards. But I don't know why, there's something about Chris Paul that I just never. It's going to be fascinating to watch the sun without him for the next couple of weeks, yeah. Yeah, definitely, that sucks. But as a place is fun, obviously the halibut. Can I say this? Sorry to be rude about this round. I want to pick up something in a very studio fashion. I think that to be a sports fan, you need to have at least one huge player that you should love, but absolutely can't or don't. The essence of being a sports fan is you've got to have I think everyone's got a crisp pool, right? Like, you know what I mean? Unfortunately, mine is James Harden. Place your problem now, Chris. But yeah, no, I think I really love Chris Paul now. It was like, I don't know, I think those clippers years for some reason. I just found them a little bit like, everyone's talk, everyone's talking about the clippers and every time I see them, I'm like, really? Really? I can't let you go. You guys go without asking you this..
The NBA Show
"elam" Discussed on The NBA Show
"Look, there's so much talk about Kendrick's new record. We have an artist in the UK, J house, J house went on Twitter and was tweeting like, frankly, gibberish for days. And everyone was like worried about him and he dropped one of the greatest albums of recent times big conspiracy everyone shut up. The same with Kendrick, there's so much noise around Kendrick, and there's so much more about Kanye and Drake, but if Kendrick drops an album, it changes the entire conversation. So deep down people, all this conversation is just distraction and waiting for the main event. I think the problem in basketball is like, I worry that the conversation is detrimental to the players themselves. That's my one concern. Not everyone's a Kevin Durant, not everyone can be on Twitter. And I'm not sure how you deal with this. They don't get me wrong. I'm not sure how you actually address this, but not everyone can be like Kevin Durant on beyond Twitter and like clap back at someone with 20 followers and then go on court two hours later and drop 50. Not everyone's built like that. Right. So I'm a bit concerned about the impact that all that exposure 24 hour news cycle is having on athletes themselves, but that's as far as I could say. That makes a lot of sense. Do you think that it's having an impact on the Paul Pogba's of the world? I don't know. It's always hard to tell because players front up. Players front up, but then you see some players that have taken over the Instagram accounts for years. Players quietly deleting their social media because they can't read it before games. And you hear other stories anecdotally about players just like being obsessed with checking their phone straight after matches and it affects them. Because footballers and athletes and general are basically like, it's all about bravado. You weren't as much as stuff affects people, but it really doesn't also affect people around them. So I look at Manchester United, for example, and Marcus Rashford and the challenges he's had, I'm not blaming Marcus Rutgers activism for the challenges he's had. I think he's injury surgery. I don't think the constant like. The scrutiny is helping the 24 hour news cycle. I don't think that helps. And that would be the case whether or not he was doing media or not. I just think that that 24 hour focus ride on how you feel about this, but that doesn't end anywhere good, I don't think. No, I totally agree. It's almost like an ecosystem within its own ecosystem. It's something that you see it all the time in football just there are many, many journalists that are football journalists who only really operate for the transfer windows and transfer speculation. So January, when there's a win a month long window where it reopens in mid season, that's kind of a prime time of year for them and then again in the summer, but it is, you know, like the famous, it's a 365 day long sport and it's the same with soccer, but I'm not sure how accurate it would be, but kind of looping back to some of the stuff that we've been talking about. I think that my general takeaway from this and this kind of goes on from what you were saying, Chris about transfers, trade speculation. I wonder whether actually reducing the length of the season in combination with none of these one thing like single things I think is going to like for quote unquote fix the MBA. To be honest, I'm not entirely sure if the actual game itself needs fixing. I have quite like the NBA. I like that. I feel like the NBA lies. I like that you can. I like that you can spot up in the corner and you've got a couple of less feet to shoot and you get three points. Like I like that. I think with reducing the schedule maybe, I think it'd be really interesting to see what actual players thought about it because I know that there have been changes in what happens with press going into the locker rooms and stuff like that after games, but you'd have been in front of the camera less as a player. You'd have more time actually just in the gym and practice. With your families too. More time with your family. And you would actually have less like, for example, look at the Cairo situation at the moment as a prime example. There would be less or there would be fewer, sorry, instances, and I'm not necessarily going about for Kyrie here because I know that all of that kind of stuff about vaccines and stuff is dodgy territory, but for example, there would be less opportunity that would be fewer opportunities to talk about that because there would be fewer opportunities that Kyrie wasn't out on the court at the Barclays center. Also, bad seasons wouldn't go on as long. So if you were a player and you were Damien Lillard and you're disappointed with the blazer season, guess what? It's going to be over 25 games early. Yeah, you don't have to behold around so like Memphis when you don't want to want to Tuesday. Well, we could wrap it up here. I just wanted to ask you guys, I want to have you on maybe during the playoffs and stuff. But from your perspective in Germany, what's been your favorite part of this NBA season? Musa, we could start with you. I just was curious what you've been really enjoying since rather than talking about how to tinker with it. I'm going to be really, really lazy and I love Steph Curry's arrogance. I love that. I just love the kind of the fact that he's just bust out the gate, like people are like, oh, this man, like maybe he's past a peak or whatever, and had the shooting slump. And just is.
The NBA Show
"elam" Discussed on The NBA Show
"From this structure, it's integral to the competition. In the NBA or in closed league controlled necessarily leagues that are franchises are assigned and expansions are agreeing and stuff like that. It's a different thing. You don't need promotional relegation. Actually, I think promotion and relegation would, I'd be against that in the NBA personally. I wouldn't like to see that. I think that the franchise is in there, especially it's not perfect, I'm never going to get a perfect thing and you're never going to fully eliminate tanking even with lotteries. But I quite like the cyclical nature of teams in the NBA and it's something that we always say would be really great in soccer, actually accepting that your team is going to suck for a few years and then maybe you might get better. Kind of addresses that inequality a little bit because all of the wealth and strength is funneled towards the top like historic teams. Musa, if that would change the talent distribution in soccer and it meant that Chelsea didn't get to sign every good 17 year old exactly. In the western hemisphere. And then maybe that if Norwich got to draft pedri, like that would be pretty cool, right? Oh shit. To be honest with drafting, I'm a bit I have mixed feelings about drafts. Like, you see the sign Williams saying, John Williams and thing and James Harden, the threes I've got an issue with drafting, I think, is when I look how American athletes are treated. With trading. Yeah. And this brutal, the brutal nature of trading, like the player can be traded in theory like, you know, half time or during a game like it's so brittle, you're up in your leaving and it's almost like, I think for me, some unfortunate. How do I say this? I know what you mean. I don't like the idea of a play. I mean, it was that cloth did an incredible thing on this. He was talking about Zion. And everyone else talked about Zion and his lack of commitment to some said hang on a minute. You can give the bulk of your NBA career, and these aren't long careers. You're tied to a city for maybe 5, 6 years, where you don't want to be. That's absolutely wild, actually. I think that's awful. I think that's awful. I think that's legitimate. I think draft someone for a certain period of time, but make that period shorter where you've got to be there for. If it's two years or something, which is perfectly normal, two years doesn't affect your development. If you go to a club and the club isn't particularly good and you spend two seasons there, you can put yourself in the shop window and after two days decide I'll move on. It's been like being a trainer at law firm, right? You train at a law firm for two years, you develop, and you can move after two years, doesn't work out. The thought of keeping people locked into contracts for several years. And some might say, oh, they're multi millionaires, what do they care about? Well, you have responsibility to entertain and to be the franchise face of 5, 6 years, and if you're miserable there, I'm not sure why you should remain there. So I like I'd ever draft in terms of redistributing talent. And just to say, respect to Chelsea, because their academy system is so good that they're making everyone else look bad. And they're making it look as if they're hoarding talent. In fact, what they're doing is creating talent or developing talent. So I think I'm for a draft but I think the restrictions on the players should be reduced once the draft happens. If that makes sense. I definitely agree with you on that. And I think that the one plus point of the, say, the transfer system, if you like, or the player market in European soccer, is that no move would happen really without the player wanting to move. So clubs usually reach out through or through intermediaries before and kind of get a sense of whether the player would want to move, roughly how much they'd want in terms of salary because the contracts aren't transferred like they are in the NBA. So I think you're totally right mister and for example, no one really in a club would be sold after a game and they would never move unless they absolutely wanted to. The player has the right to refuse personal terms with the club that is trying to sign them. You know, which is so maybe something like that in the NBA would be quite good, you know, instead of being like, right, you're going to the pelicans. Well, daresay that we're kind of there, at least with the upper Echelon of talent. So this is the last thing I wanted to talk to you guys about was the, you know, we just got through this Simmons and Hardin saga in the NBA. And there's already noises being made about Zion. There's always there is already discussion happening about what will happen with Damian Lillard and Bradley Beal in the summer. As soon as one sort of protracted will he or won't he story comes to an end, another one starts almost immediately. I'm very familiar with this because I've follow European football and that's the same that's the same sort of scenario where we've been talking about what will happen with Paul Pogba for longer than maybe like what for three years now. I think we've been talking about what Paul Pogba is going to do and whether he's going to stay at Manchester United or whether he's going to go to PSG or whether he's going to go to Real Madrid. There was these sort of massive tectonic shifts happen with Messi leaving Barcelona to go to PSG. Now Killian and BAPE is on sort of on the clock in terms of whether he's going to stay at PSG or leave. You know, in the NBA, it's the lifeblood of what we do is to talk about roster construction and talk about player transactions, but Moussa D think that when you look at the way football is covered and also the way teams are built, do you feel like those kinds of that kind of player movement is assuming the game itself? Ultimately, I mean, maybe I'm idealist. I'm an idealist here. I think that ultimately the spectacle is everything, right? Like there's a lot of talk..
The NBA Show
"elam" Discussed on The NBA Show
"Might end up playing the Lakers. But then but from that point of view as well, it's really great, 'cause we do write his house on ring RC as well, with Ian Wright, who arsenal's second highest goal scorer of all time. He didn't turn professional until his early 20s because he was playing Sunday league amateur football, and no one picked him up a professional club. And he made it really late because Crystal Palace saw him. So also creates this really interesting possibility of what if there is what if there are just like hundreds and hundreds of amazing ballers that have slipped through the system who maybe didn't go to college or maybe kind of fell into a different world a line of work or something. Who then turn up and drop like, I don't know, 20 on the wizards, and you're like, what the fuck is this? This is incredible. And all of the stories that that create, that could create contracts, it could create even G league spots or something like that. Have the G league teams compete, you know. It's a part of the problem is that the United States, I'm sure I'll be proven wrong, but for the most part, professional basketball is still linked to the NBA. So the G league is made up of teams with associations to NBA teams. There isn't really like a championship or first division of basketball here. I was going to suggest that. I was going to say, when there is a tournament, make it like March Madness, which I adore by the way, when I was in the U.S. for a bit of work a few years ago, it was first discovered marsh madness. I was in high school exchange, actually, doing editor project, and it was mind-blowing, like the March Madness. Have March Madness, but then it's the franchise. It's the entire organization, including G league, right? And here's the thing, have a roster. Selection of players from the NBA team and the G league, right? A coaching roster, a blended roster of NBA coaches and Julie coaches, right? So they're affiliates, and they form an organization as a one off, they're like every year, they bring together brilliant players in the G league and let's say like, because imagine like the warriors, for example, with their G league, like imagine how Steph Curry would embrace. Imagine like him like just dapping up like some kid you've never seen before and feeding them the ball like when they get hot and stuff just passing up the shots, stuff like, you know, drawing three men are triple team and just like kicking it out and someone just like dropping threes everywhere. Imagine clay and staff just like hugging some dude that you've never heard of before. It's magical because that exposure, right? And do it March Madness style one and done with the elam thing. I love this kind of the NBA focus of certain amount of points wins or whatever. Yeah, that was another one of Kirk's suggestions is to adopt helium and do a march to a March Madness, one and done, and turn it like a rocker park thing. So basically make it, does that make sense? That's what I do. That's officially differentiates the tournament from the NBA. It's showing you players you've never seen before. That profile could maybe win some of those players contacts within the NBA or Europe, right? And it's just incredible showcasing. It's so different from NBA product that no one's ever going to say it's an MBA title because it's not. But what you're showing is the ability of superstars to play with unknown players and elevate them in the men of each other. So one of the issues is that I think you guys have mentioned that fake up and you talk about the romance of it and the magic of it. It's hard to fashion magic and romance and tradition in history out of thin air, right? So I think that when Bill has talked about something like, I think he called it the commissioner's cup or something like that. It was a little bit closer to what you guys have in the League Cup, which is mostly what the first two divisions or is it Premier League in championship or top four? Top four leagues is the League Cup. So even if you were to do, let's just say we were going to do a tournament that just featured NBA teams. And in the early rounds of the NDA of this in season tournament, it was probably unlikely that the all star level talent would play. It would be like the night. If the warriors were in an opening round, League Cup match, Steph clay and draymond would probably sit. Maybe Wiggins would play or something like that. But let's just imagine it that way. It's basically like, how do you incentivize those guys to want to compete in that kind of competition and what's the sort of goal? Is it giving, is it a financial reward for the players on the team? Is it actually a purse? Or is it something closer to you get a first round draft pick or you get $10 million in salary cap space? Are you incentivizing the individuals or the franchise? All the permutations of it, Ryan what we're going to say? Yeah, I think that's why I would lean more towards. If you broke it all up and then pulled a mixture of players together, then there's no real incentive for the franchises. And there's no real incentive for the leagues, and also then you kind of go into a bit of a trouble where you have franchise players going and playing for something that isn't strictly like an MBA thing and it gets a little bit murky with what if someone does an ACL and it's just like, okay, shit. So I think you'd probably the way that if you were going to do it and I would again stress that I'm reminded of something that I had a back and forth with some guy on Twitter who, as we know, is a very balanced debating platform. When I wrote a piece about the Super League, the European Super League that failed last year. And there was a line in there that because of the lack of promotion and relegation where he basically accused me of calling all U.S. sports invalid. And I really patiently tried back and forth to say, no, no, no, no, I just mean, you know,.
The NBA Show
"elam" Discussed on The NBA Show
"Week she'll be back next week. This week we have an awesome show for you. I had a conversation with musso kwanga and Ryan hunt from sadio. It's the ringer's international football soccer podcast. It's one of my favorite podcasts that's on. On Mondays and Thursdays you can catch this guy's talking about all the big European leagues that really the global game. And it's always really fun to have cross sport conversations with those dudes who are also two of them, quite big basketball fans. So, you know, we were coming to the end of the all star break. There was only so many ways you can talk about Hardin Simmons before actually getting to see them Hardin should be playing tonight for the sixers. This evening, so I'm really excited about that. There were some games last night. We need like an alarm on any time tomorrow Derozan has the ball with 30 seconds left now, apparently. This guy is like, every night, like he's legitimately making a push to be put in that MVP conversation. So it's really exciting to watch him and no matter what seems to happen to the bulls roster, Derozan is there to carry them. It's pretty amazing. Also, fantastic grizzlies, wolves game last night, the rise of delo. I was on a text thread with Chris Vernon, who is just apoplectic about how D'angelo Russell seems to just absolutely torch the wolves every time. Scary job morant moment, but looked like he was okay, but just an exciting pesky, too young Western Conference teams going at it. Maybe really excited for what the playoffs have in store. We'll get back to regular basketball next week, but let's get into my conversation with Ryan and Musa. It's about what we can do to change the NBA, what we can learn from soccer, what soccer could learn from the NBA, player transactions, all sorts of stuff, really great conversation. Everybody have a good weekend. All right, my buddies are back. Ryan hunter Musa quango from the Stadio podcast, my favorite football podcast in the world. It's on the ringer podcast network. You can find it on ringer FC. Ryan amusa, how are you doing? How are you, man? I'm doing fine. I'm good. I wanted to have you guys on today because we'd sort of been chatting on our WhatsApp group about doing a collaboration pod. Again, you guys have been on before, but I wanted to talk a little bit about, I don't think we've been on the answer. Have you not been on the answer? The call I never got the call out. Did I do the answer? Maybe it was just the ringer MBA show before, I don't know. But it was ringing and it was ringer. Yeah, I think. You went on ring MBA. We went on the watch that time to talk about it. Oh, that's right. That's right. We talked about Tottenham while or nothing. I'm not cursed, by the way, I'm not coming on when the arsenal one drops. You can have moves on. Don't be a coward. Come on. I'm not doing it. I wanted to have you guys on because we had been talking a little bit about the NBA adopting it in season tournament, but basically comparable to the FA Cup. And just as we were recording this podcast yesterday, I believe Kirk goldsberry, who is a former colleague of mine at grantland and still works at ESPN published a piece for ESPN dot com that was basically a reimagining of the NBA. It was a reimagining of the sport both in terms of the way the season works. Schedule wise and also the way the court dimensions are laid out the way the game would be scored at the end of the game. It was a pretty comprehensive reimagining and I thought it would be a great jumping off point because Kirk borrows a couple of ideas from international football. But I got to thinking, you know, in basketball, I think that there's a really, really highly engaged perhaps to online contingent of basketball media and fandom where they're constantly trying to improve the game or I count myself. It was among these people who was like a little bit over concerned with reinventing the wheel. And I was curious whether or not you felt like that sentiment also exists in international football. Do you guys feel like you spend a lot of time thinking about how the game could be improved how the schedule could be improved, how different competitions could be improved. Or is it something that's like a little bit more stateside and that impulse to sort of constantly be disrupting and changing and making more efficient or making more of a better product, so to speak is a more of a distinctly American idea Musa, what do you think of that? Think about basketball. I think it's the structural, right? So there's so many more scoring opportunities for basketball. There's so many more variables you can measure improvement and change. And in football, there are vastly fewer which is why I'm warier and more wary of tampering with it because like the variable affecting the scoring of a goal, you don't get any goals in 90 minutes or as in basketball, the concept of a nil nil draw is just they would think it was match fixing. Either you'd have to lie. Either everyone would be teleported to different multiverse. Or there'd be match fixing for it to be an older drawer. So I think that the variables that the nature of it form and this is me being fair to basketball as a sport. It's really exciting because not just more ways you score more often, but there's different ways you can do it, right? So where I kind of overlap with the desire to reform I think with basketball is just the stamina issue and like what the players are put through. I think as well, like the nature of franchises and basketball the fact that franchises can be uprooted from communities and be moved around. Makes the product different. You look at the development of football, for example, and some of the sports, I think that optimizing a team's performance is more important in basketball than it is in football because football people can happily support a team that is terrible for years on end. And I don't just mean an MBA team that tanks for a few seasons. I mean, a team is historically terrible. You can have a team that basically loses for a hundred years. We have it in Berlin right amateur teams in Berlin and that's part of the identity. So I think the dynamics and nature that both cultural and structural of football mean that it's less inclined to want to reform. Like basketball is. Here are those amateur Berlin teams that would just be Nick's fans. Anyway, it's a run. Well, I was going to say I hit everyone with a disclaimer up front because there's nothing worse I imagine as a U.S. sports fan or if indeed in American sports fans and hearing two guys from England living in Berlin coming on an MBA podcast and tell them what's wrong with the NBA. But I think from a football point of view, I think we do spend a little bit of time talking about how the game can be improved. But weirdly I think it's because of a different reason to what's going on with the NBA at the moment and it's the fact that the governing bodies and European football specifically and world football if you look at organizations like FIFA, they are there actually the people trying to reform the game no one kind of wants it. I know. So it's more it's more of I often have this thing with the way that soccer is run by governing bodies in the sense that they seem to be really, really good at identifying problems. And valid problems often, but the complete worst at finding solutions for those problems. Would off side be like an example of that? No, I was thinking more of the World Cup every two years and here are the reasons why. And the head of FIFA who is the global governing body of soccer. Suggesting that if the World Cup did happen every two years, then that might stop the migrant crisis from North Africa. So this is the level that we're dealing with. We're not talking about like slight changes to the ark. We're dealing with guys who, you know, I think I wrote a tweet once about it saying it's like trying to fix a burst water main with a single wrestler. You know, for our American audience, do you want to tell us what rizz Lazar? Well, let's just say swishes.
The NBA Show
"elam" Discussed on The NBA Show
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"elam" Discussed on The Mini-Break
"Two thirds of your matches at the challengers. You're probably starting to be ready to sniff. Atp qualifying get into some two fifties. Maybe win a match or two at grand slams on hardcourts. Lloyd harris has advanced past that stage. We should see him on a hardcourt. At hardcourt events have success at the hp level. Not the challenge your level the atp level the serves that good. The weapons are that big. The fitness has caught up twenty four years old number fifty in the world. It makes sense that lloyd harris again this salad on a hardcourt. He look for loyd harris here during this twenty twenty one season number sixty three in two thousand twenty one e book for him overall now lloyd harris currently number fifty one in overall elam curious what he is in terms of hardcourt yellow. you look for loyd hairs. I imagine he's got to be a little higher than you expect. Yeah he is a top thirty guy on hard and honestly it via the ratings. Honestly i think it's about right with his serve his forehand his weapons to three sets. Here i do think through five rafa finds a way to come back but two out of three sets guy is absolutely dangerous again. That serve is just gonna keep him alive in matches and then he's got the weapons that decisiveness the fluidity for his size to compete at the atp level super impressed by lloyd hairs again. No panic button. If you're on the dolphin. I thought this was washington. Dc was a step forward for him and shout out to the dc crowd who embraced rafa in a way. I have never seen a player embraced by any crowd. I mean they loved him everything the lose the house the groans after every point it was as if they didn't realize you know. Hey one point in a tense match is actually not the most significant thing particularly one point a throwaway point at two all in the first set like don't need to worry about that one.
"elam" Discussed on Bear Grease
"For some fun on this one all right. Welcome to the vagaries degree surrender. We're singing this song. In honor of the clark family over in eastern see roy was on fifty years in the fakher field podcast. This song's called old slough got misty nukem on banjo on washboard. Josh filmmaker on the guitar daniel rupe on the cabinet. Back elam mr ballycotton on percussion top. Tell me what you see. Bear.
Big Fellas Basketball
"elam" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball
"This was absolutely phenomenal I've never been so kind of it. I mean you're the first person i've met. I've met with a lot of people that i thought i would never be because they were celebrities. We the first person. I thought i'd never been because i didn't know you existed. So thank you so much for for for existing and give him a chance to speak with you. Thank you so much while really enjoy this. I'll say one more thing so you said that You know elementary will be something. That's on your mind and something they will think about. going forward. I hope that's a good thing. It can be a little bit of a curse. Because i can tell you that since i thought of this idea back in march two thousand seven every literally. Every time i watch a basketball game with nba men's or women's college basketball olympics. Whatever it might be every single time. Watch basketball game since then over that fourteen years fan and counting I always think well. What would the target score. If we're using the e lamenting how ending might play out differently. Which i think no still to this day even after all those years i think is still hopefully. You will too But i just hope. I haven't cursed you with that. Hopefully soon you won't be a curse because every game will have that so i'm never going to be saying it's gonna. It's gonna be normal. Some really can't wait to see that and of course this episode is going to be everyone's gonna lend so much is gonna be like. Oh my god. Maybe there's just so cool so i can't say that enough so much it's been great. Thank you thanks for listening to gen z hoops. Make sure to follow like and subscribe on instagram link dish and all major social media platforms at gen z poops. You can tune in and subscribe on apple. podcasts spotify youtube and every other podcast platform on the planet. Get ready for the next episode..
Big Fellas Basketball
"elam" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball
"Hold on if you don't like seeing games decided by free throws then. You should love the lamenting i mean. It's the norm under the regular format at the sea. Games decided by free throws. And it's the exception under the e lamenting i almost think it's comical argument That someone would say that. I would never want to over-regulate the game so like mandate that game cannon with the free throw will lead to all sorts of junkie strategies and unintended consequences. So i think we have to live with the possibility that fifteen to twenty percent of games by end with the free throw but still. Let's think about that. If fifteen to twenty percent of games are any with the free throw that means that eighty to eighty five percent of games are inning with a meaningful made basket. You compare that to the regular format or one percent of games ends with the meaningful made basket. I think that's a pretty big feather in the capital lamenting and still is so incredibly difficult to mammal. Kind of looks at of free throws being like not not a geraldo shot. It's tough to make those game when he free throws after. You play four quarters in your exhausted an entire teams counting on you. I'm curious for the all star game. Where were you watching it where you live with your entire family huge movie theater size. Tv screen what did they must have. That must have been a huge day for you. It was wonderful because you know if we if we rewind a few weeks but for the all star game there were members of the nba league office. Who contacted me in advance of their public announcement. They they called me and said hey. We want to thank you for all your passion for the game for your innovative ideas to improve late game. Play they said that they had had conversations with the nba players association that the players really saw a lot of merit in this idea of an on time finish and they told me that they send me all expenses paid.
Big Fellas Basketball
"elam" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball
"So you know it'd be difficult to explain fully in this in this venue here but just a few things. I looked at Because again i. I thought of this right before the start of the ncaa tournament. Two thousand seven. So for that year. I was running out of college basketball games that i could look at and and explore and and kind of tinker with this idea so for the two thousand seven nca tournament. I whipped The study where and this is before. I had dvr capabilities. I was recording these games on vhs tapes in newark re watching them that way. But you know looking at first of all. I want to see how how often do teens use this. Fouling strategy late in the game and how effective is it and in that particular tournament. you know it was used. I forget what percentage of the time it was used. I mean fairly common that a tree linzie team mestre resort to that strategy and most of the time when they don't resort that strategies because they've just given up they don't even try they don't even bother with fouling and that's not such a good thing either but in that particular permit there was not you know learning games where team was able to use that strategy and comeback win the game so that was one thing that was really striking to me is okay you know. We've always known that this is a boring strategy. Wow it's not even an effective strategy and yet it's still the trailing team's best option so that was really striking to me thinks oh like late. Comebacks really are more difficult than than we've been leaving. Think that they are and also wear to see how prevalent just buzzer beaters. Work and in that particular. Nca tournament there was not one single game that with a meaningful may basket. That surprising to me that entire ncaa tournament would would follow through like that and even in the nba playoffs that year which is like eighty or ninety games not a single nba playoff game in two thousand and seven in the meaningful made basket thousand pretty striking to me..
Big Fellas Basketball
"elam" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball
"You'll learn from professional players coaches and executives from all over the world and see the court in a brand new way and now joining you. Courtside your gen z. Housed john harder. Phyllis how are you. Are you doing great real excited have you want. It's funny little bit before the call i was. I had no idea that you arms anything a real person. I thought it was some prison from another some fictional characters. Some this like something swing from matrix as being and you actually exist. And it's i'm actually talking to you. Which is really really cool. So thank you so much. You're coming on and you're not the only person who had that misconception. So i had a chance to meet chris. Paul at tb twenty nineteen as the summer of twenty nineteen. it's in chicago. He entered the team into the tournament. Been eliminated by the time. I got to the final rounds in chicago but he was still very interested in the tournament. Really an outspoken proponent of the ending and i got to meet him shake his hand get a picture with them talk to him for for a few minutes and it was only shortly before that like a few days or maybe weeks before that that he discovered yet that i m a living breathing. I live in well. He thought that whoever this person was was long gone from the days of like james naismith or something but note here. I am so cool. I really makes just just all the more fun you gotta start. I'm curious obviously the the manning's going on for a while but it just kind of came onto the nba. Seen from astros all star game. Can you take us back to like your your early days. Whether it's in college teaching. Coaching different avenues were kind of going through in the early. Two thousands twenty times. And how they kind of lead you to where you are now that pathak like referring to my career path because yet there's kind of parallel Ads i guess because my full-time jobs have always been in education. So i started as a high school math teacher. A high school system principal director than i was a elementary principal pursuing my phd then once phd. That i begin fester now I helped to prepare the next generation of school principals. But i've i've loved. Sports was five years old. And so i've always had a way to to have a foothold in the sports world..
Everything Everywhere Daily
The Code of Hammurabi
"Hemmer robbie was the king of the babylonian empire from approximately seventeen ninety two to seventeen fifty bc. Just to put that into perspective. This was over a thousand years. Before the city of rome was even founded as babylon emperors went hammurabi was pretty successful when he rose to power babylon was still a relatively minor player in the region and when he died he had conquered most of potato along both the tigris and euphrates rivers. The region was almost entirely in. What is today modern iraq. Like any good king win. Hammurabi wasn't conquering nearby kingdoms. He was passing laws and making sure that his kingdom ran smoothly and efficiently. It is believed that hamurabi sent out scholars to the various kingdoms. He conquered to collect the various laws of all realms and then collected them into a uniform code of laws for everyone. The result of this was the code of hammurabi which is believed to be two hundred and eighty two laws regarding any number of different infractions. Crimes and disputes the laws were inscribed on a stone and clay tablets and spread around the kingdom. The stele which was found in one thousand nine hundred one is exceptionally well. Preserved the object itself is a hard blackstone known as diorite. it's shaped like a giant human finger at the top is an image of hammurabi receiving the laws from the babylonian god chumash. There is then a preface which states the following quote and who in bell called me by name hamurabi the exalted prince who feared god to bring about the rule of righteousness in the land to destroy the wicked and evil doers. So that the strong should not harm the week. So that i should rule over the black headed people like chamo- and enlighten the land to further the well being of mankind unquote about six hundred years later. The was taken by the king of elam. Shrek know if you've ever watched the two thousand two movie the emperor's club with kevin kline. You'll remember that should noonday was as the example of someone that no one remembers except that i just mentioned him in podcast and he was in a movie under the reign of Dante was believed that he erased two three dozen of the laws. Originally written by hamurabi researchers have been able to recreate the deleted laws by finding other clay tablets. That had the law's written on them sometime after that it was buried as ancient things tend to do and it was rediscovered in one thousand nine hundred one. So what does the code of hammurabi say. Many of the laws are examples of what is known in latin as lex talionis which is a law where the punishment is similar to the crime. You might know better as an eye for an eye. For example law one hundred ninety six states quote if a man destroy the eye of another man they shall destroy his. I if one break a man's bone they shall break his bone unquote however the rules were different depending on what social class. You're in for example. I didn't read the entirety of law. Ninety six just now the rest of it is as follows quote if one destroy the eye of a freeman or break the bone of a freeman. He shall pay won gold meena if one destroy the eye of a man slave or break a bone of a man slave. He shall pay one half his price unquote so the social status of the victim of a crime was a consideration in the law. If some of this sounds familiar. That's because it's very similar to the laws that are in the bible in the book of leviticus the code of hammurabi was written well before the book leviticus so it's quite possible if not probable that some of the laws from leviticus were adopted from babylonian laws the final version of leviticus was written after the jewish babylonian exile. So it's in fact very possible. There are laws in the code deal with commerce divorce rent liability and even medical malpractice there even laws dealing with contracts and the issuing of receipts. It's true that most of the laws are of a rather brutal. If x than wide variety with punishments ranging from drowning burning severing hands gouging out is that cetera. Most of these type of laws are no longer on the books in most countries. Obviously however there are some surprisingly forward thinking laws for something that was written down thirty seven hundred years ago for example law one hundred forty nine states quote. If this woman does not wish to remain in her husband's house then he shall compensate her for the dowry that she brought with her from her father's house and she may go unquote that is basically an ancient version of no fault divorce. However there was one concept that was in the code of hammurabi which was revolutionary and is still with us today. That is the concept of being innocent until proven guilty. In fact these are the very first law's written down in the code. Here are the first three laws in the code of hammurabi quote law one if anyone in snare another putting a ban upon him but he cannot prove it then let he that ensnared him be put to death law to if anyone bringing accusation against a man and the accused goto the river and leap into the river if he sink in the river his accuser shall take possession of his house but if the river prove that the accused is not guilty and he escaped unhurt then he who had brought the accusation shelby put to death while he who leapt into the river shall take possession of the house that had belonged to his accuser law three if anyone bringing accusation of any crime before the elders and does not prove what he has charged you shall if a capital offence charged put to death unquote so basically they had really harsh perjury laws and they made it really hard to pass frivolous lawsuits. So while i don't think anyone would really wanna live under the code of hammurabi today. It's an important part of humanity's legal history old hammer. Arby's two hundred and eighty two law's written in stone with a very first step in creating a system which has led to the one hundred and seventy five thousand two hundred and sixty pages of the united states code of federal regulations today
All of It
Arkansas police chief resigns after allegedly calling for violence against Dems
"In Arkansas police chief who used social media to call for violence against Democrats has resigned. NPR's Hannah Elam reports. Officials in the tiny city of Marshall are condemning the post, saying they don't reflect the community. Posting under his own name. Then Marshall Police chief Ling Holland called for quote death to all Marxist Democrats and he wrote, Take No prisoners leave no survivors, according to Arkansas news outlets. Holland also shared Q and on conspiracy theories and claims the election was stolen. One post. He shared Haddon image showing Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and other Democratic figures in prison jumpsuits. The caption said that anything less than hanging them from the gallows was not acceptable. Posts appeared on the social Media platform parlor, an APP seen as a conservative alternative to Twitter. Holland resigned over the weekend, The mayor's office issued a statement saying political threats have no place in Marshall. An alum. NPR news
The Amateur Traveler Podcast
Travel to Kerala, India
"I'd like to welcome to the show Mary. ELLEN WARD FROM BREATHE DREAM GO DOT COM, and India for beginners. Dot Com and mary-ellen has come to talk to us about Carola India burial, and welcome to the show. Thank you very much for having me and and we were just discussing the fact that we've known each other since probably about two thousand and ten. It took us a while to try and figure that out as we're in that kind of it's been. So long sort of things, but it's great to talk to you in I. Think a number of people suggested when I said I wanted to do Carola Oh have you talked to Mary Ellen and I thought Oh you're so right because what's your connection with Caroline? Connection is mostly with India in general and Carola. We're talking about today, but I've been travelling to India since two thousand and five and my blog specializes in focusing on India, not specifically in Carola. But careless just one of the many states that I've been to many times and it is actually one of my favorite. Rank them. I think it would definitely be in the top three. So. Blogging about India for fifteen years and then only recently started doing tours, which is that second you're we mentioned India for beginners, Dot Com. But why should someone go to Carolina Carolina is often considered the ideal landing place for a first time visitor to India, and there's a number of reasons for that and one of them is just that it's a more gentle laid back. Type of place it's it's in the south of India. So if you look at the map of India, which is the down in the south is the tropical part where all the beautiful white sand palm-lined beaches are, and that's Carola. So it's a tropical state with gorgeous beaches. It has a very unique rich culture. It has quite a varied landscape it has more than just beaches. A mountain range called the Western guts, which is considered one of the top biodiversity hotspots on the planet, and it's got a very unique feature called the backwaters, which is nine hundred kilometer network of canals. Through very traditional cultural farming area. So you can really feel like you're going back in time. Just so many good reasons to visit. Carol, it's a really beautiful state clump and where would you start us with? With Carola, well, I gave us a lot of thought because it's quite a big state. It's very long narrow state. And if we're GONNA talk in the timeframe of two weeks, which is what a lot of people sort of plan for than my ideal tinder starts in Cochin also known as Fort Cocchi it's Kinda got two names, which is if you look at the Carolinas along narrow states halfway from top to bottom. So unfortunately with the site to newry were not addressing north? Carolina which is less touristy and also very beautiful but we have to honor the timeframe. So we're going to start in coaching and coach in. Small historical area that's within a great big city. There's a big modern cindy around it. Call Ear Knock Elam but coach is this one little area at the tip of concealed that jumps into the harbor. There's a natural harbour there and it's very historical area going back hundreds and hundreds of years. It's been a spice trading port for hundreds of years. I don't even know how hard AC but from about the sixteenth century until the independence of. India in nineteen, forty seven. So we're talking for over four hundred years. It was occupied variously by colonial powers most specifically the Portuguese and the Dutch both left a big imprint on the area. So coaching is a its historical has a lot of colonial architecture, and it's a tourist area in the sense that it's set up for tourism. There's a lot of cafes restaurants. There is beautiful tree lined streets you can walk it's very walkable. It's very safe. And it's a small area. So we're only talking about few kilometers square. So it's easily walkable. So this is kind of an ideal place to get your feet wet and really enjoy the ambiance of the place
Latina to Latina
When Gentefied Co-Creator Linda Yvette Chvez Realized She Was A Writer
"You have said the growing up. You wanted to save your family. Y Did you think that they needed saving own tango. You're asking some I wanted to know about you. I won't be mark interviews so that when you're an even bigger star who will come back to and like all right here. I'm like listen. We always talk about group low income. I grew up with You know parents have always been hard working but you know when we first had our first home. I remember you know. We didn't have any money. We didn't have anything we got by with family supporting each other like we were all low income. We're all struggling and I remember my grandmother. Getting food stamps. And the you know the government cheese all low income kids joke about the government cheese and for me and my mom putting water into the milk into the shampoo and conditioner to make last like few weeks more month more because we couldn't afford to get more or you know the age old joke of like. Oh beans again is like every day every day. It's like it's when you grow up low income so much around you reminds you that you are and like specifically for me was just like not having one. Alpha two outfits a year for school like that that we got that was new and like maybe every two years or every year new pair of sneakers and not like a nice pair of sneakers like the stuff that like people would make fun of always dreaming about it had some Nikes like that will be dove Using the kids of Nikes was always really cool. And say you know we were low income in like a little bit of a mixed income community so there were kids kids in my school. Who did have those things that a lot but there was some kids who did having that and see. My parents struggle financially. They always made it work. They always worked hard and made it work. But you know that strain of the financial strain is always with you from a very early age because you you feel it you see it. You see how you have less than I think for a lot of kids who grow up low-income especially if you're a child of immigrants like you grow with the of well. It's so hard for us. We're here for the American dream on a bus button. I'M GONNA GET THAT. Dream I'M GONNA save everybody like we're all getting out of this together. I'm GonNa make so much money that I'm going to get a mansion and we're all going to live in the mansion and I remember my daddy's to drive us to Beverly Hills and He would point to the different houses and he was telling me high. That's where you're gonNA live Mu Ho. That's where you're gonna live like he was always. Kinda like putting into our heads like both. My parents like this. This is where you belong. You can be there and I want you to dream for that. They had that attitude even sitting at dinner tables and telling us you're going to go to college like that was enough for me to say okay. I'm going to go to college. Well not only that. You had a mother who was telling you. I think you're going to be a writer like girl you really. You read everything God yes he did. That's rare yeah now. I remember when I was little. I was like the little adult who was like so when I grow up and be a lawyer and I'm GonNa make lots of money and my mom and my dad were like me. You're really I think there'd be a writer because I would write poetry short stories and like little books and I was little I read like I devoured books like devoured when I say like I was a bookworm like girl. I wasn't the libraries of the street from here the public one. I just lived there like every week was like what's the new topic that I'm obsessed with and it was everything from hamsters to ice hockey like I wanted to learn everything And I would read a lot of buzz of fiction you know like Narnia like all the things all the things And so I would write a lot because I love stories and I love storytelling and and to me never seemed like a career though. That's something I do for fun and I love moving people whether like I used to love writing poems. That would make people cry. I just loved it. I just love that. It could write something that moves someone like and it was usually like my parents or my siblings or my aunt and uncle or my aunts and my grandma but There was something that I felt within me. Felt so good and so right to be able to move someone with my work but I didn't know that could make a career out of it so you know my parents being like I think you're going to be a writer to me was like first of all. Y'All are broke for a reason. No you can't make money being a writer like that kid who was like what you're crazy like we. This is a saying in Spanish. Almost almost. It's like well I'm GONNA go get. I'm going to be a lawyer. I'M GONNA make money but the minute I went to college. I mean the first year was really tough. But then I took this class with Harry Elam at Stanford who introduced an issue in Moraga. Who's GonNa Right? Who was the feminism? Played a huge role in the Chicano rights movement with her work and she The first thing I wrote of hers was giving up the Ghost dinner. Remember Thinking Oh. I saw her writing about her community. Far More community and of course like our communities are very similar. Obviously like even my family who've done farm work and all that I it was my people essentially and I was like wait a second. Hold up you can write it by your people and like make a career. Well first of all you can read about your people because everything i Read. Read of until that point for the most part was white people secondly you can make money doing that like it all just like for me was like this moment of like. It was just a big moment to be like. Wow I can do that. I remember the first time I read. This bridge called my back and I was like. Oh I. I grew up in Latino community and it didn't it almost didn't occur to me that it was a minority experience. And I remember reading that and be like Oh this is a radical land like this is like I saw in my own little world of not realizing how radical it was to tell your story into own your story for those women. Yeah it's so radical. It's crazy and this is again. Goes back to like give. You can't see it. You can't be it right like that. If Cherie had an ex pursued her passion in her love and I'm sure there's the people who inspired her to do the same. I wouldn't be here a needed her work. I needed her to do her work. So that I could exist in the way that existing now that is like a full circle wild moment for me. Because that's what started my journey. You know like seeing something like what the Hell I can do this like. It's so vital and so important in one of the big reasons why never gave up on this show. It was a hard road. It was a very very hard road To make this in one of the things that really brought me to show up to it fully was knowing knowing that it was gonna make a huge difference to so many people and would create more craters than we need them. You know we need these. These folks to show up every day to create their art and And Yeah so ungrateful to my parents. Who taught me as a writer in a grateful to? Cherie for allowing me to fully Taken with I know now very very viscerally know. Now that it's my calling to
The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast
Perez Hilton Dishes on Wendy Williams, Miley Cyrus and More
"Mentioned earlier in the week d- rob ma between wendy williams and fifty cent well wendy williams is having her own drama which it it's clearly for one reason and one reason only poor ticket sales wendy had a tour that she was doing and she just his canceled at least four shows with the lamest excuse ever when wendy's tour was called for the record <hes> tour and the statement that read on the tour website read quote we always want to be able to give the fans hands the best show ever with that said the same excitement intensity and headlines that fueled wendy williams and friends presents for the record uh-huh comedy tour has also fueled the cancellation of the schedule shows. Unfortunately the goal and purpose of the tour has been sidelined by the the headlines this show may be cancelled wendy's commitment and love for all of the fans that support her in continue to support her never will it is <unk> our utmost goal to return to the marketplace in the future ticket holders can receive refunds at the point of purchase that gave me no reason for the cancellation none at what sucks about it is what doesn't make sense about what she said the line about the headlines your hotter than ever. We've talked about you more in this past. I don't know three to six months than we ever have. We've never really cared about you before. You should be filling more seats. It's now because more people are talking about you caring about you. This just tells me it's coming to an end for her. If you can't with all this heat you can't generate a killer. Show show come on or also. The crazy thing is it was an easy gig. Maybe she maybe she just doesn't is making that much money doing it and just doesn't care. I don't know but she's not up there. The whole time she says functioning mc it was a night of comedy and she was introducing these female comedians male comedians i dunno. I thought they were female. Comedians like it's her emceeing comedians like that's easy and easy money. It seems like to me but yeah super labe alright even more miley cyrus and just everything around her. She's like she's like christmas this summer. I love it miley and her. I'm gonna call her girlfriend now. Kamali and her girlfriend are so serious that they have gotten matching tattoos really yes. They got matching tattoos of a constellation. Are there any tattoo allergists out there like what would what would the meaning of getting a constellation be their love's forever in the stars. They got that ends. Miley also got another tattoo you. She got a tattoo of a snake. What does that mean. Maybe she's a taylor swift fan yeah. I don't think that what is the case that the i think miley strongly dislikes taylor bet really. I think so they're not friends. That's for sure but miley miley is trying to be friends with brody jenner. She and her girlfriend caitlin carter gave caitlyn's x. brody a birthday tape present they sent him. Some weed seems like miley still on the weed <hes> they sent him. We'd with a handwritten note. The said we'd like to wish you a happy birthday. Love you miley and caitlyn while they're standing joint presence together now joint joint presence also as we know and we've spoken about liam hemsworth filed for divorce on the top of that he is planning or has already decided to make his move back to australia permanent yeah so i think it'll be good for him if it is true what is being reported by her team and by her that he's got a pill and booth whose problem then i think maybe being around family might be good for him. It sucks now that that's something people will be thinking about about him. I don't he was here for her her business here everything l._a. And music studios and blah blah blah was here and it didn't hurt his career either being able to audition for whatever he needed to being in the mix here. I think he just decided to go home. Like what am i doing here. I don't need to be here. I don't have family here. I don't have that many friends here and he just said screw what i'm leaving well. According to people magazine miley cyrus felt she had to change as a person to to be with liam hemsworth. That's the headline and i say okay. That's a choice she made did everyone has to change as a person to be with someone else. You're not special. Everyone has to change. There's changes involve when you decide decide to partner up with someone par for the course. She doesn't want rules. She wants to be wild miley. She wants to have a girlfriend and get tattoos with our constellations and shit. She's supposed to be nuts. You know what i mean like. She wants to be out there and that's fine. It's not what you committed to but it's fine. I don't think she should have gotten back together with him. After they reconcile reconcile it is for better for worse and sometimes you do need a break and maybe she thought the break was good for them and often times it isn't marriage. Sometimes people do take a break or they have a cheating scandal regular people that there's a cheating instance. Sometimes it makes relationships stronger so i don't know who who knows it's it's an individual yeah well and even more miley cyrus news <hes> related to everything her one of the main reasons that caitland elam carter her new girlfriend and brody jenner didn't last is because they were on the same page about having kids and this isn't even insiders say on a reset episode of the hills. They talk about it. She literally said on the hill also she and brody were on different pages about having kids. She just turned thirty and wanted to have a child and brody didn't they. Maybe should have thought what about it before getting married. An insider also close to leave hemsworth confirms that he would not have filed for divorce divorce had he not seen those making out photos of miley and caitlin carter sounds like the last straw to me where he just said. You know what this is too much. This girl is rubbing my face into this. I don't know why yeah i agree. We still cared for her well. It's showed that he really wasn't trying into it. Shows a lack of respect to me the fact that they hadn't even released a statement that they'd broken up but she's out there literally in italy or wherever the hell they are making hanging out with somebody else that you know and putting on such a public display. It's just disrespectful. It's it'd be like if you're dating. Somebody and let's say i broke up with my girlfriend and i go out with another girl in two weeks because i totally will be. I'm out with a girl in two weeks. It'd be like meat taken an instagram picture and my kissing her. I wouldn't do that. I wouldn't want someone to be in pain and already know maybe you you're both broken up about it and i get you gotta go out and you got a date and i get that but making taking such a public display about it says something to me about your character and that's the thing about this. I think that's bothering everyone me anyhow now well. They're done you know. I think that was the last straw. I think that they weren't done until the pictures came out and that's what liam said that was the last straw all this other stuff we can work it out but when you're out there making such a public display and i'm heartbroken and you know i'm heartbroken and you may be heartbroken to but doing it in a hotel pool where you know oh the paparazzi whether there that's what i think is bugging. Everyone and that's the thing about miley statement earlier in the week. That kind of bothers me that she doesn't quite. Let's see that she doesn't quite get that. She was kind of being disrespectful. How about she was being disrespectful. Just go ahead and say. I think that's disrespectful. I agree well. That was the reason they released a statement because those paparazzi photos league to talk about that on the phone cast yeah ryan who also everybody has a podcast. Now there's suck. I don't even know who this is but but it sucks i'll let them. Milano has a podcast thoughts. She just fed or did something on her's that got her so much attention. She revealed that nineteen ninety three. She had two abortions in one year. Wow she really wants an. I know i komo her. Thirst level just kicked up a couple of no clearly. She's not gonna say that's why she said that <hes>. I'm sure that you know she'll say komo well. Chris booker says sure she'll say i wanted to help other women and blah blah blah yeah okay say okay then say it in episode two hundred yeah yeah by the way all these podcasters. Give us a call when you get to like episode two hundred because we blazed by that that's got me thinking. What could we say or reveal veal. That would get us a lot of attention. I'm trying to think let me just think for thirty seconds more. Are you reveal something. You never reveal anything <music>. I'm not revealing shit. I'm taking all my gems to the grave with me. I'm trying to think <hes> reveal another story well. Let's talk about some reality t._v. News which a lot of our listeners love and you enjoy as well and bethany frank goal just getting to this. We didn't have enough time on monday to talk about it. <hes> has announced that she is leaving real housewives of new york. Wow she's been really smart to set up all these businesses does that make her a lot of money like not just the skinny girl liquor and now it's also food products too skinny girl nutritional bars and all that jazz is but i think she's also selling skinny girl fashion stuff
Do Footballs Fly Farther in Denver?
"Imagine a fine afternoon in Denver the mile high city behind quarterback Peyton Manning's explosive offensive. The Denver Broncos have amassed attended to record today. They're hosting the Tennessee titans squad. That's lost three of its past four games. The titans. Have put up a good fight over the first half hour of game. Play three seconds before. Halftime. The score is Tennessee Twenty-one Denver seventeen. And her Broncos kicker. Matt Prater trotting out to the Denver forty six yard line. He readies himself for the play of his life. A mighty kick. Sends the ball soaring end over end across the field as a nervous crowd holds its breath. And then the place erupts with ease the ball sails through the yellow crossbar in Tennessee's endzone. It's a longest completed field goal in NFL history. A perfectly made sixty four yard drill. A for metric friends. That's about fifty eight meters perhaps emboldened by prayers heroics. The Broncos go on to crush the titans of the second half, thus clinching a playoff berth. The game. I just described took place on December eighth twenty thirteen today. Prater sixty four yards still holds the all-time distance record. Although his accomplishment has never been bested. Jaw-dropping football kicks are nothing. New in the rocky mountains. Three of the five longest field goals that the NFL has ever seen were made in Denver's mile high stadium. Broncos great Jason Elam nailed a sixty three yarder there in one thousand nine hundred eight a feat that was matched by Sebastian Janikowski when his Oakland Raiders came to town thirteen years later, but to hear some sports fans tell it those three kicks should have Asterix attached the official elevation of Colorado's capital is exactly one mile. That's one thousand six hundred nine meters above sea level. No other NFL cities. It's anywhere close to that. Altitude of the runner up is Glendale Arizona, which is just one thousand feet or three hundred meters. Above sea level Denver's elevation does affect the sporting events up there when football's kicked Broncos home game. It's apt to cover more distance than it would in lower elev-. Nations. And this doesn't just affect three point field goals. Kickoffs tend to go farther as well. There's a book called football physics. The science of the game by one university of Nebraska, professor Timothy gay for it. He ran the numbers on eight different teams from cities that sit more or less at sea level like the Miami Dolphins and the New England Patriots that played at least one road game in Denver during the two thousand one or two thousand two seasons. He found that in those two years the visiting kickers from low elevation towns. Enjoyed some great numbers when they went to Denver up in Colorado. There kickoffs traveled seventy point one yards. That's sixty four meters on average back in their respective home fields. The average kickoff distance dropped by seven point three yards. That's six point six meters to understand those numbers will need to talk about air density pretend as I'm sure you want to that you have a jet pack, if you were to take off at sea level and travel through earth's atmosphere in a straight line up the density of the air around you would get lower as your altitude. Creased? This is due to a universal law as the distance between two objects grows the gravitational pull they exert on each other lessons and air molecules are not exempt the pole of earth's gravity is more strongly felt by molecules that are closer to the planet's center at or below sea level, gravitational attraction pacts the molecules tightly together and the weight of the molecules sitting higher up in the atmosphere really bears down on the ones occupying low elevations in consequence the air, it self grows, denser, the closer you get to the surface way up in the mile high city, the Air's only about eighty two percent as dense as it is at sea level a ball kicked skyward in Denver will therefore encounter fewer air molecules than it would in Miami. That's important to note because air molecules create drag drag is a force that pushes against solid bodies as they travel through fluids or gases, a punted or kicked football will run headlong into a steady barrage of air molecules their combined drag will slow it down sometimes dramatic. Early. But remember in ludens, the air molecules are fewer and farther between therefore football's can and often do encounter less drag in Denver Denver's altitude impacts baseball as well. A physicist and Red Sox fan. Alan Nathan reports that fly balls at chorus field. Go proximity five percent farther than they do at Fenway park in Boston yet kicking on the Broncos home turf won't guarantee success for kickers or punters altitude reduces air density, and by extension drag but cold weather increases it and boy can Colorado get chilly. A twenty eleven survey of NFL statistical records found that in outdoor games. Played at temperatures of thirty nine degrees Fahrenheit, that's four degrees celsius or lower field goal. Accuracy drops by one point seven percent while the average partly is about one yard shorter than normal. These findings hold true throughout the league. So it's to Matt Prater credit that his record-breaking field goals split the uprights from sixty four yards out. Even though Denver. It's temperature had fallen. Just fourteen degrees Fahrenheit that's negative ten celsius at the time. Whatever the weather kicking specialists need to be on guard against complacency Denver's reputation as the mecca of ultra-long field goals is well established across the league. According to players that mile high mystique can trick visiting kickers into overestimating their abilities. We could say that when in doubt always air on the side of
PRI's The World
Yemen's crushing war takes a tentative first step to a resolution
"Yemeni capital by secret. Police last year they held him for five months in prison run by Yemen's who the rebels he shot and his family live in Cairo. Now, we spoke with him this afternoon about the planned release of thousands of prisoners who were captured in the Yemeni civil war. I remember what my family had to go through Joe tension. They constantly worried that I wasn't gonna make it alive out of the prison than even know where I was I was kept in dungeon for five months solitary confinement, one meter by one meter and a half cell. I had no windows. There was no light for the first two weeks. And. I was literally buried alive. People ask me what I stepped out of prison when I was released will I be seeking revenge against the footy. I guess my captors, but the one thing I kept insisting on repeating was that out of one vengeance out of entre. Vengeance. What has happened has already happened? Let's turn promote peace. So to my family to the prisoners inside those cells. It means a lot that those are breakthrough that has got to be a prisoner. Swap the prisoner. Swap is gonna mean, basically, giving them a second chance at life Yemeni political active at political analyst and former political prisoner. He Sean Allah Mesa. He spoke with us about the prisoner. Swap brokered by the UN this week in Sweden, which may help pave the way for further talks to end the Yemen war. I'm Marco werman, and you're with the world. So an African king walks into a barbershop, I'm king Joffe Jolfa ruler of someone. Yeah. We'll have see them to be ready to say that barbershop and Eddie Murphy's coming to America was one of many influences in a new play by Nigerian INA Elam's barbershop chronicles is set in. Also in Johannesburg, Harare, Legos London as well as.
All Things Considered
SEC lawsuit against Musk could unravel Tesla
"Elon Musk the co founder and CEO of the electric car company. Tesla is brash outspoken and seen by many as a quirky genius. Those worry about the quirky part had new evidence recently when Musk's smoke marijuana legally in California on a live internet podcast with comedian. Joe Rogan says that a joint or is it a cigar? No, okay. It's marijuana tobacco. Never have that. Yeah. I think I tried to England's come on man made its legal right now Musk's other public actions have landed him in trouble the securities and Exchange Commission is accusing him of securities fraud. This relates to acclaim musk made on Twitter about securing funding to take tesla. Private the SEC's lawsuit seeks to remove musk SEO or an officer of tesla and to ban him as well from holding such posts at any public company, and that has implications for many people beyond Elam musk reporter max Haffkine of Bloomberg news told me about the SEC's allegations. And why they're serious Elon Musk in August. Surprised everyone with this tweet that he was going to buy the company for four hundred and twenty dollars per share. Now that was kind of weird for a bunch of different reasons. Probably the biggest one is that it would have made this the biggest by out in corporate history. And was also weird because it was sort of immediately apparent that? He hadn't really thought through it. The SEC takes a more sober view of sudden market-moving news. Why does the SEC care? You must said that funding was secured for this proposed buyout offer. And as far as the SEC is concerned, if you say that you actually have to have the money to buy the company, and if you read the SEC's complaining, it looks like very clearly that he didn't. And almost as if you making it up as you went along is Elon Musk fighting this lawsuit. I know the company board is behind him. Yeah. He's absolutely fighting. He released a statement saying that he was disappointed. He didn't feel like he acted in bad faith, and you can expect that the defense is going to be that he was on Twitter. He wasn't saying. This in the most official capacity possibly was just sort of tweeting what he thought and that people shouldn't have taken this seriously. But the thing is the investors did the stock went way up. And now the SEC is unsurprisingly looking into this is this a dilemma for the SEC. I mean, they're saying they want him banned from running any kind of public company. I mean, not just running at being an officer on any kind of company. What are they trying to accomplish here? This is sort of a standard thing that the SEC will threaten in cases. Like this. What makes it a bit unusual is that it's unclear that removing Elon Musk from tesla would leave much left of it. He is sort of the singular force who is seen as the guy who has made this happen. So if you were to take him away from the head of the company, right? He's the head engineer like the head marketer sign the car in a way, it's probably more than anywhere else in business. I mean, Facebook Mark Zuckerberg is probably the place where it comes the closest. So if they get rid of them, you don't know what's left. He's also as you said, I mean, basically a titan in. Automative industry. Does this have broader implications going forward? Well, the implications are that there are lots of other car companies who are trying to race to make their own electric cars. They've sort of seen what you on musk. And tesla have achieved they've seen customers like this. And they're coming out with these things, and we're about to see lots and lots of them over the next couple of years. So they're gonna see this as an opportunity, and so it may not halt the progression of electric cars. It might just cause some people to buy different electric
Comcast to continue offering Fox's Big Ten Network
"Foxton Comcast have reached a deal that will, avert of full, blackout of the, big ten network for cable subscribers ahead of college. Football season more from correspondent Bill Michaels Comcast and the FOX networks group announced they have reached an agreement for the cable carrier to continue to make the big ten network available to its customers the companies announced they also agreed Comcast will carry all. Big ten games that are shown on Fox Sports network f s
Red Eye Radio
NASA launches probe to go deep into Sun's scorching atmosphere
"Town NASA launched a spacecraft, to the sun early this. Morning from Cape Canaveral Florida one zero Liftoff of the mighty delta four. Dropkin the Parker solar probe will fly closer to the sun than anything ever. Sent before it's, unprecedented quest will take it straight through the wispy edges of the corona just three point eight million miles from the sun
Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe
Tesla Now a "Real Car Company," Says Musk After Key Production Goal Is Met
"In corporate news elam musk says tesla quote just became a real car company after hitting its model three production target in an email the ceo says the company produced five thousand of the mass market sedan last week and could hit six thousand next month to meet the target tesla built a third production line under a tent at its fremont plant a move described by sanford bernstein auto analysts as insanity just a quick read headline on the bloomberg terminal this morning volcan agreeing to buy the rest of the danta resources at eight hundred.
America's Morning News
Congress just approved a bill to dismantle parts of the Dodd-Frank banking rule
"It has pleaded guilty to stealing nearly five million dollars in taxes from the metropolitan transit authority manhattan which is investigating michael cohen started their investigation in part as a referral from special counsel robert muller's team now the us attorney's office that they're looking to michael collins personal financial dealings and part of that search warrant that was executed by the fbi last month they were looking specifically information relating to colin's taxi medallion business and some of his business partners correspondent curious cornell by a ninety nine vote margin the house has voted to roll back the landmark dodd frank law and send it to president trump for signing the change would free thousands of banks from strict rules to prevent another financial meltdown meantime correspondent tom busby reports the banks are doing fine the nation's banks made a staggering fiftysix billion in profits in just the first three months of this year that's the most ever nets thanks to federal tax cuts and by charging customers higher interest rates but a lot of americans are still struggling the fed says four in ten adults can't even cover an emergency four hundred dollar expense there have been to new small explosive eruptions at the summit of the killer way of volcano in hawaii correspondent stephanie elam geologists warned despite all of this lava and ash this phase of the kilowatt eruption is in its early stage i'm evan haning what does the school bell bring to mind the day's end or the end of school entirely as in kids dropping out at communities in schools.
The Mark Levin Show
Hawaiians brave volcanic gases, lava, 1700 displaced
"Trump crackdown the russia probe i'm anne cates the trump administration is cracking down on illegal immigration with attorney general jeff sessions making the announcement today in san diego by the mexican border sessions says the message is simple at this border is not all shells through a bullhorn by a heckler sessions announced zero tolerance for illegal crossings and one hundred percent of all who attempted will be prosecuted by his author of you're going to come to this country come here legally dot com here illegally he says those who come to a port of entry seeking asylum like the migrant caravan from central america there will be due process if you cross illegally into the us and seek asylum there will be jail jim roope los angeles president trump's legal team is discussing whether he should sit down with special counsel robert muller as part of the russia investigation correspondent pamela brown they're looking at the date of may seventeenth is as sort of the potential deadline to make that decision by source i spoke that is what they're shooting for of course things could change new lawyers being brought on board hawaii's big island is dealing with the aftermath of a volcanic eruption correspondent stephanie elam red hot magma spewing up through fissures that have emerged since the eruption of the killer way of all keno has ravaged roads and destroy dozens of structures forcing at least seventeen hundred people and leilani estates and lonnie puna gardens to evacuate add to that potentially deadly volcanic gases and then there are the big island earthquakes the earthquakes occurred along the east rift zone away from the summit suggesting the movement of magma below ground rising oil prices just passed another milestone us benchmark crude closed about seventy dollars a barrel today for the first time since november twenty fourteen oil prices have gained more than sixteen percent since the start of the year on wall street the dow jones industrial average rose ninety five points the smp gain nine the nasdaq up fifty six i'm anne cates.