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"elvin" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"Not going to pay you, because you're not honoring your contract. You are our employee. We're telling you this is what your job responsibly is. You need to shoot free throws underhanded. I'm using my thing because nobody wants to do it. Or go out and shoot and learn how to become a better shooter and take private lessons and do this. And a player can say no, I'm not going to do that. No, I don't want to play for you guys anymore. Okay, fine, then we don't want to pay you. I mean, seriously, I just, you know, I let him go. He'll have some guts. I mean, he's not helping your team. He's hurting your team more than anything, destroying the chemistry of it. So let him go. Because if he can't do it for you, he's not going to do it for them. So let them have the problem. It's not difficult. Yeah. I think the flip side of it would be just obviously these guys, they are the stars of the game. They are the reason we go and watch them and people spend a lot of money to see them. They've earned a certain amount of that. Nobody's paying money to go and watch Ben Simmons not shoot and shoot 40, 32% from the free throw line, okay? And so I saw him play in college, played against my son canyon, and when he said college of Charleston, I said when I first saw him, I said, why God, if this guy learns how to shoot the ball and becomes a good shooter, he's going to be a huge factor. It would be a great player. Why in the world he wouldn't want to try anything within reason to try to become better at doing that to take his game to a new level to give his team a chance to win a championship to make himself a better player contributing to that championship and success. Why would you not do that? I just don't understand. That's the case because I love greatness and I hate to see greatness weights that this kid could be a great player, but he has such a flaw with his shot and not willing to even shoot easy shots and not willing to be a better free throw shooter. He becomes a liability to his team. I just don't understand the mentality behind it or who was guiding him who's giving him advice about stuff. This is just not good. It's not good personally. It's not good team wise. You know, I'm nothing against Benson. I think he should be a great player. I mean, I'd love to coach him, teach him how to go ahead and do those things. Can you imagine Ben Simmons being an 80% free throw shooter and being able to shoot the ball well? And he's playing point guard. He can take any point guard the guiding by almost any guy in the league and go down and just destroy him in the post. Yes. And pass out of it to other people for threes. It would be a joke. Yeah. But you can't do it. Because he's a liability. That's the last thing before they get you out of here. Part of the weekend too, of course, is celebration of the anniversary of the 75th anniversary team of which you are of course a member. Who'd we miss? Who'd we miss on that? Anybody we should have made? That's so subjective. I mean, other people talk. My wife and I talk about it. Well, should you even have guys who are still current on it? Young guys in the league. I mean, have they made their mark or are they just a flash in the pan and they're going to be done in that? They're not going to play well after this. The easiest way to do it for me is this student decades. Big guys in their decades and you take the best players from the various decades and say, okay, he was on this team, that team, but when you start getting into this, you got a lot of guys who are still playing now who are part of a 75th anniversary team. Not that they don't believe, but along there, but there are others that people think should be on there. So again, it becomes subjective. You know, what are the criteria? The criteria is what somebody personally thinks about who's voting. Yeah. So I mean, how much validity is there to that? I mean, certainly some guys were probably slighted. And some guys, you know, are on there that maybe you shouldn't have been on there. Was there anybody you wanted to see on there? I didn't pay any attention to them. That's not immediate worry about doing. I just played the game and let other people talk about it because a lot of them don't really I don't think a lot of people really understand what it takes to be a great player and what skills you need to have. I mean, they just look the scoring. There's so much more to the game than scoring points. I mean, I scored a lot of points. Take enough shots. You can score points. How did you play the game? How did you understand the game? I mean, yeah, I didn't even know what these scouts look at sometime. I mean, they just get so hung up on athleticism these days. I'll tell you, I'll give you 12 athletes, 15 athletes. Let me pick 15 guys that know how to play. Some of them are going to be athletes, but a lot of guys that know how to play aren't necessarily great athletes. But I'd rather have that guy than some time an athlete who doesn't know how to play. Yeah. Absolutely. Rick Barry, thank you so much for the time. Really appreciate it. Enjoy the weekend. Thanks. Okay, that's it for today's show. My thanks again to bob Pettit, elvin Hayes and Rick berry. Thanks to Julio mantega and the retired Players Association. Thanks as always to our producer, Shelby royston, and thank you all for listening. Remember, you can hear Chris mannix of me every Tuesday on the crossover with all the latest NBA chatter. And then on Fridays, it's me and a guest. Don't forget to rate review and subscribe to the crossover wherever you get your podcasts and hit me with all your feedback on Twitter at Howard Beck. Have you ever wanted to learn about cryptocurrency, but don't know where to start? Well, the coin bureau podcast is here to help. My name is guy. 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"elvin" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"Now very pleased to be joined by another NBA legend, Rick berry, Rick. Welcome, thank you for taking some time. Sure. How is the. We're early in the weekend so far as we tape, but how's the weekend so far for you? What was great? I got to play pickleball this morning. Pickleball against who? I went out to a club that was something was set up, so I got a chance to play a little bit over there. And Mark termini, who used to be with clutch sports, is retired and all doing some stuff. He lives here, and he's likes pickleball, and so we talked about getting a chance to go play some pickleball, so I got to do that. Nice. And with my wife and had some fun, get some exercise and now they got me doing the interview circuit. How are your pickleball skills? I'm actually very good. I won a bunch of national and world senior championships playing in doubles and mixed doubles and I just love the fact that it's something else I can use and get out and compete. That's the thing when I retired, I miss competing and miss playing basketball. I knew I couldn't play basketball, but I wanted to be able to compete and so I found long driving in golf. I won a bunch of world long driving championships in my age division until they stopped that and got rid of the old farts and then I found pickleball and so I've been playing pickleball now and like anything I do. I always try to be as good as I can be and my goal was to win some national titles and I won not only that, but the world seniors as well. And so I'm very proud of that and thanks to my partners because I wouldn't have won without good partners. I find this is a common thread, especially among the greats of the game. I'm sure everybody who competes at the level of the NBA, there's a similarity here, but especially those of you who were at the peak of the peak, that the competitive drive thing never really goes away. It's really interesting to me that obviously this is something that you need to channel it somewhere. Well, I don't know. I can't speak for the other guys. I mean, I do know some of the other guys. I don't think the competitive drivers there because when I look at a few extra pounds and stuff, so I don't know how competitive they're going to be, but that's everybody's in a different individual, so I can only do what's right for me. I don't worry about what the other people do. I just think that if you're a world class athlete during the prime of your life, why in the world would you allow yourself not to stay in good condition and be active and do a lot of other fun stuff and stay competitive? Are you that way in everything? You're playing cards, everything. My wife says, honey, we're gonna go play a little social thing. I don't do social. Not when it comes to competition. I can be social to sit down, talk, have a good conversation like we're having here. But if you're going to go out and do something in the world of sports, that's a competitive sport. I'm going to go out to win. I'm not going to cross there to be nice. I'm going to win. I mean, what the hell? What do you play for? I mean, you should be playing for playing something you should be playing to win. Them in your best effort. So that's what I do. Same if you're playing monopoly, Scrabble cards. Leave home with confidence. We have competition with my sons and doing stuff. Every time you're playing a game, a board game, whatever, I would have win. I'm not going out there just to do it not the way and I'm not happy when I don't win. I can appreciate if somebody else beats me and give them credit for what they did, but I'm trying to beat them, so they should be trying to beat me. Fair enough. What strikes you on a weekend like this being back in an MBA venue? Is it about the people you get into reconnect with? Are you interested just to see the game itself? What about the game anymore? Okay. Let's just get that straight. It's a demonstration. It's a demonstration. It's not even a demonstration. It's more of entertainment. They're going out there to put on a show for the people. It's no longer a game. They need to take all the records and put asterix the next time because they mean nothing. Back when we did, it was a competitive game that everybody played as hard as they could play. But wish it was the same way now, but I understand they have a lot of money on the line and invested in these guys and they don't want to maybe take a chance if something happening to them. But I'm hoping that the rising stars game that we can get these kids on one of the honorary coaches that I don't know what the coaches are going to do, but it would be nice if those guys, at least we go out and play a competitively. I mean, hey, when you get to be an all star, then you go out and put on a show and do stuff. But to go out and do the same thing that the NBA does in this game, it would be a major disappointment tonight if they can't get these guys to go out and play seriously. It's a way to show what you can do to the people and hopefully get a chance where you can become an actual all star player of all star caliber player. So yeah, for me, it's seeing people. Just before I came in, I ran into Dominique and I loved Dominique seeing elvin Hayes and so many of the other guys that had great respect for playing against or watched play. That's probably the most important thing for me because it's not about the game. One of the most fun things in one of the most popular things now is what's hard when I was on the board of retired players associated for many, many years is the luncheon on Sunday. It's people just love that to go be around and be around the legends and that's become one of the most popular events I've all star weekend. It's a hot ticket. Yeah, and then of course the companies, the slam dunk, you know, so, so I mean, here and here, you know, how many different dunks can you do? Some guys have done some creative things. And that's nice. I'm not a big fan of the skills competition, it all comes down to the last shot. It determines everything they need to come up with a better format. The most enjoyable thing for me is three point shootout because that's something that's a skill and if you shoot it better, you're going to win. So that's the one that I enjoy more than anything else. It is the most consistent one. It is the one that you can count on no matter what year no matter who's in the event, that one's going to be fun and entertaining. Well, it's going to be the person that actually shoots the ball best. Yeah. Pretty simple, straightforward. Pretty straight. It's pretty the other one is not. You can miss all the other passes, take extra passes and stuff still go back into the guy doesn't make that last shot and you get a chance to knock it in. So anyway, whatever it may be, that's fine. They have tried to fix or improve the All-Star Game a couple of times. The E la mending and here's the thing. Just be honest and say what it is. It's a chance to go out and be entertained with these guys doing incredible things, having a great time throwing up these crazy shots, doing these amazing things to do. And then you hope if you're a fan of the game and you really want to see something competitive, hope that the game's close in the last 6 minutes and they'll get serious. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, I don't know if there's anything else to fix it. The incentive structure is not there and I'm not sure how they fix it. I'll tell you the incentive was when I played hell it was like, I think $3000 to the winning team, that's a 5th of my salary. You can put your ass I was going to play hard. I mean, come on. I mean, now it's not. I mean, it's crazy. You go to be entertained. Yeah. Fair enough. Not to see a legitimate, hard fought, competitive game. That's not what it is. And it will never be that again, I don't think. I agree. I think that that's probably gone. We had to release it's not fun. Sure. I mean, I still remember the other a couple of all stars. When Steph Curry made a freaking bounce pass that he threw from almost half court that went up on the other side and I think it might have been Giannis or somebody who caught it and made a dunk on the play. I mean, my God. Maybe that's like incredible play. Seeing stuff like that and the crazy things these guys do, that's entertaining. We just had a really active trade deadline and highlighted, of course, by that nets sixers trade where you had two players who were both stars who were unhappy in their current situations, basically forcing trades. What do you think of this trend that's kind of emerged of guys basically saying, you know what, I'm done and I'm not waiting for free agency, get me out of here now. Well, it's like will Chamberlain who I got to know after I retired and really liked a lot. This last book, I think he did was the called the inmates are running the asylum. And that's what's happened to the NBA. Wait, way too much power given to the players. Their employees. They're an employee. I mean, how does a player say, I'm not going to do this? Fire them. Go find a job someplace else. I'm not sure that's possible, but of course it's possible. I mean, if you're not doing what you're told to do, if you're working for a team and you're told that you have to do something, just the same way. If Ben Simmons, for instance, if the team decided to look at, you need to go and learn and shoot underhanded free throws. We're paying you $33 million, and he's going to say, no, I don't want to do that. Well, then fine. Then we're.
"elvin" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
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Now very pleased to be joined by a 12 time all star 6 time NBA and NBA champion in 1978 with the bullets, elvin Hayes. Mister Hayes, welcome. Thank you for joining me. Hey, it's my pleasure. Great to be here with you. Tell me about what all star weekend means to you now in this environment with where the game is today and getting to see folks. What do you look forward to on a weekend like this? Well, I think it's very important to get to see some of the young players. I know on the first year the dunk contest, I was in it. Now, I would love to see the new players coming in Duncan the basketball, but also I'm really excited about the game because I know that Steph Curry is going to be Bradley bringing it and I think so many of these guys are really playing great now and it's going to really give me a great feeling to be able to watch these guys to be able to for them to show put on a show for everyone. So it's going to be really exciting. The dunk contest kind of seems to ebb and flow from year to year. There have been years where we think my gosh, I've never seen anything like it. There are years where we think, all right, this thing's over. Everything's already been done. How do you how do you feel about where it stands now? Well, I tell you. I want some of the rocket players. And I tell you, I have never seen guys jump as high. This game has really just taken off because these guys putting their head on the rim every night. And. I'm just talking about one team that I go and watch every night, and then I watch them play teams every night that I just, these guys are just super. John morant, you watch a little hip. Yeah. Can you believe how hot you said hit it the rim, I think his entire chin's above the roof. That's what I know. It's just really amazing. When you see these guys out there dunking the basketball, it's like almost intimidating to say. Can anybody beat these guys? So it's really amazing. Your day in the NBA was a really about the big men dominating the pain. That's true. The game has obviously evolved quite a bit. Sounds like you're still watching quite a bit. What do you think of where the game is now? Well, I really feel that the game have really elevated itself. In a way for office and minded players, they have tried to take the big man out of the game, but I feel that there's always a place for the big man. I think that for a team to be able to have a big man in the center and also a power forward. I think that's where you build your team, then you can go with your smaller players that small forward guards, it's still there, but I don't think you can just totally wash away the big guy because the big guys are part of the game and always will be a part of the game. There was a long period of time where we thought, okay, the big men are still important. They rebound the defend, but the dominant scorer types the Shaquille and the keys and kind of faded away and the center position kind of lost some of the glamour, but we now have Joel embiid. Yeah. And Nicola jokic. Yes, right. I assume that you're very heartened to see this resurgence. Well, I am. Because you really can't get rid of the guy because the big guy is a part of the basketball game. It was when it was first bill around him. I think George Mike and this was proved to be a super big man bob Pettit, all of these guys. They really proved to be super big guys. Bill Russell. It's like night and day. The game of basketball now versus these guys. And I just think that these guys are just tremendous players, but I think there's a place for the big man right now to come back and play. And beat and jokic can dominate the dominate inside. Yes. But they both can stroke it too. These guys can shoot threes in a week. In a minute. Yeah. What do you think of that? That aspect of a big man like the 6 11 7 foot 7 one guy out there at the three point line. Yeah. But you know, I was thinking yo, I was feeling I was telling a guy I said, you know one thing that big guy is gonna really change the game because he shoots three, he stepping in. He's going out. He is just a really a dominant player. Yeah. She's really a dominant player. Doesn't bother you as an old school guy. They meant shooting threes. No. It makes me feel good. Because I consume them. The three had come in by before you before you retired, right? How many threes in your career? I won. Did you make it? No. Was it an actual three or was it? It was actually a three, and that's why I think that it was good that they didn't have me take too many..
"elvin" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"Every single time and got every rebound and I was proud of it. Very rare to get to talk to somebody who actually battled with wilt and Bill Russell. So tell me what that was like just going up against these giants of the game. Well, you know, number one, you better be aware of where Bill Russell was at all times because he without question was the shot blocker and he dominated on the defensive end and I don't think people today the players today are the fans that they realize how important that block shot blocking was and it rebound. Wilt, you know, you sit in your locker room and say, okay, you going over the other team. Okay, you got will. He's going to get 50. You know that. Now we got to stop arizon. We got to step Al Greer, Tommy gola, we got to do a better job on his teammates to hold them down because you're not going to you're not going to hold wilt down under 50. If you're good, he's going to get that. So, you know, it was incredible playing against him. I mean, I defy you to find me two better sinners. In the history of the NBA, are they all the great big men? Sure, Kareem and Shaquille and some of those great players, but Russell Bill Russell and will tour in a class by themselves. They win credible. How did you prepare for a game like that? Well, you thought about it, is what you did. You sat down before the game. I asked what I did. I promoted myself. My coach, some of the coaches were able to motivate you in some when you I wouldn't want to listen to because they didn't motivate very well. They deflate you. So I got myself prepared. I sat down and who am I playing tonight? I played against him 50 times. Stop him all defense. What do I keep him going? Don't let him get to the baseline, play in his face. What have you and, you know, on the other end, you know, offense, I think no, I've got to be awful careful driving for the basket because if will to say, I'll Bill Russell Bill Russell is going to be there. It will as they are. Then you better do something different. You better be prepared for. And you might go, I've said this, you might go to the other side of the basket, use the basket, is protection for you ball. You might go up and kind of jump into them a little bit, and that way, if you bump them or something, make contact with them, they want, you couldn't jump as high, couldn't be as so you tried all kind of things. You hope you found something to stop them, but didn't really hard to do. Suck those guys. Last one, there's been kind of a big man renaissance those last few years with Nikola Jokić who, of course, when MVP last season, Joel embiid and jokic are now maybe one, two in the MVP race. Now, what do you think of the dominant centers of today and what they've been able to do? Well, as you said, it seems to have gone into being more of a guard over orientated offense. Outside the three point shot and the guards driving the basket and taking it and the centers, you know, they still have to rebound. They desperately need them for rebounding, but you have to have to try to keep them involved in the thing. And I don't think you have many centers today that are average in 25 points a game. I maybe I'm wrong. A couple of them. But yeah, the big man. Yeah, embiid and yogurt are the only ones probably even in that vicinity. And you also had the very important rebounding, but I don't want to say it's a guard dominated lead today, but the guards, the scoring is much more from the outside than it is in the inside today. To me. Yeah. But you enjoy it yourself as well, so. Yeah. I did. All right. Bob, I appreciate the time. Thank you so much. Get you out of here. You got a few more of these to go, so I'm happy to be here. Thank you. Appreciate it. Thank you. Hey, it's Dua Lipa. I'm here to tell you about my brand new podcast Dua Lipa at your service. I'll be sitting down with the world's most inspiring minds to uncover what makes them tick. What they've learned from their successes, failures, and the obstacles life has thrown at.
"elvin" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
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Remembering Rolling Stones Drummer Charlie Watts
"Earlier this month. The rolling stones announced that drummer. charlie. Watts wouldn't be able to join the band as it kicked off. Twenty twenty one tour in north america. He was recovering from an unspecified medical procedure. The ban said this week. We learned of watts's death in a london hospital at the age of eighty in abandoned eclectic colorful characters. Watts was a steady force for both the stones and for rock and roll. Abc news entertainment producer. Matt wolf has more on his legacy jerry. Charlie watts once said in an interview that being drummer an outfit like the rolling stones like across between being an athlete and a total nervous wreck site. You wouldn't do it after watching him play with the world's greatest rock and roll band for over fifty years the of cool in grace behind his drum kits stage presence almost giving off this. Been there done that kind of vibe. That's because he did it so well. One of the food in playing. Dr never learned to fly a washer. A should have gone to school in announced do it and it would seem everything turned out just fine. There's charlie talking about his craft on the stones youtube channel. Now with a lot of people don't know is before joining the bad back in nineteen sixty three rock and roll was the furthest thing on his mind growing up in post world war two wembley in the uk. Charlie immersed himself in jazz recordings amassing a sizable collection of vinyl singles. Practicing his drumming skills to the sounds of charlie parker duke. Ellington elvin jones and johnny dodds. You'll young they have to learn volumes. Really one of the hogg thing to play with great intensity very clearly as a young man. He had a good thing going laying with local outfits and jazz and blues clubs in and around london while studying to be a graphic designer even securing a fulltime job at a london ad agency after college drumming became his side hustle.
Pat Boone: Are You Going to Heaven or Hell?
"Hey folks it's friday. And you know that on the eric metaxas show on friday. We get a little crazy. It's gonna get crazy. Are you ready. Oh boy alvin what do we have for. Well i'm still you know. There's the pirate pandemic. i am learning my eye patch. So i am ready for the. We've got a lot of pirate pandemic comedy coming up folks but before that i want to warn you. We did a long interview with pat boone. The other day we couldn't run the rest of it so today in the next segment and the segments following. We're running the rest of that interview. It is amazing pat. Boone is just one of these amazing true legends So stay tuned for that after pat. Boone we're gonna rerun something that we did yesterday. Which is more pirate pandemic comedy but right now album. Yes sir. what do we want to do. I've noticed that you're wearing this patch. Yes but i was told that we have a guest during this segment. Who is a friend of yours. Who's also wearing an eye patch. Yeah it's pretty much a friend of mine. Sure who is that. Can we see who that is. Oh look at that. Well is that yeah i. I'm seeing double. That's sure wait a minute minute. You look just like alvin only better looking. Who are you sir. I'm tony elvin identical twin brother here and are yeah. I heard about this fire. No you say. He's five minutes older. I was told so you're younger. Obviously bring the glow of youth to what is alvin. Desiccated body so to
"elvin" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"The embassy all time scoring list. Surpassed last night by one guy named Mellow Carmelo Anthony is now the 10th all time leading scorer in the N B. A Carmelo Anthony is the only player in the top 25. Of scoring leaders in the N B. A. That is still active. Remaining 24 are all out of the game. Mellow now has 27,318 points. Has mentioned Elvin Hayes drops to number 11. He is 91 points. Back of Moses Malone, who is currently at number nine. He might get there. But he's not going to get the number eight. Because he's at least 1200 points back of Shaquille O'Neal, who is currently number eight. So we've got mellow in 10. Moses at nine. Shaquille at number eight. Just because we can let's see if we can come up with the other seven numbers one through seven in no particular order all time leading scorers in the history of the National Basketball Association go Kareem Wilt. Remus number one. Wilkins, number seven Michael Jordan. Look, Uncle Jordan is number five LeBron LeBron is number three. Did we say Kobe? Kobe is number four. And I know I knew before we even did this exercise. Who you wanna leave out. You're missing two more. Missing numbers two and six. Man. Damn em! Wow, how quickly you forget the guy that drops off your mail. I'm alone alone. Karl Malone, and like I said, I knew who you.
"elvin" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"Different page ten minutes lightning-fast I would say it's like if I actually on steroids or like high-stakes poker, like, you know just super super high stakes and a lot of boxes. They they come in they've taken off cuz when you box and that come from a background you come in and you work your game cuz it's a long game and I'm saying company work again, you feel your guy out, you know you and you don't have the time you do that the fights over in bed bath. No fights over his phone. So you don't have time to feel the other guy out some of that first Bell Rings. You gotta go. You gotta get to work. I'm not saying go out there and make a mess. But like if you'll have time to feel the other guy out. You had you have time to be better than the other guy or not. You know, you're the better the other guy your time is better you might have around and I always takes me about a rounded off my my opponents timing down once once I got your time it down. It's never it's never laid-back. It's always turn.
Mark McGuinness | Thriving as a Creative in the 21st Century
"Mystical creative. Thanks so much for taking the time to join us thank you. It's lovely to be. Yeah it is my pleasure to have you here. So i've actually known about your work for quite some time. I remember often reading your blog posts on a copy. Blogger thinking yeah. I love everything this guy has to say. Because it's so practical. Which i think finding that sort of blend between practicality and creativity is something that a lot of people overlook But before we get into all of that I wanna start asking where were you born and raised. And what impacted that end up having on the choices that you've made throughout your life in your career. Well actually. i was born. Just down the road from where. I live elvin bristol in south west of the uk. And i was. I was born in bath by any lift in. This area is about three. And then we moved to north devon which is even further south and west and rural. I'm so if you can picture a very green and lush an wet and rainy and hilly part of the world with lovely beaches. That's the environment. Where i grew up set was certainly not as the center of things. Even for brew england In terms of the impact. That had i guess. Maybe i mean i thought about this brady until you ask me but maybe there's always a sense of in these out of the way places that you know. We're not quite what we're outsiders. When not quite at the center of things we're not the mainstream And actually come to think of it. It was a real leap for me two years later. Make the move to london. Because i had this idea that i was. I was not going to go to london and some wind decided a stupid mental schal put in my own way So yeah i think lots of great things about growing up in a rural outweigh place. Lots of nature tattoos. The uk poet laureate live just down the road from us. I never met him. But some of his poetry describes in particular book will more town describes the landscape. I grew up in almost supernatural vividly. Remember reading that book in thinking. Well that's that's just literally just down the road from us that whole landscape and that was one of the he was one of the first public sira who inspired me to start writing poetry. So it's interesting you talk about being sort of outside. In on the fringes it makes me think of a cr- isaka the investor who basically when he started is capital instead of setting up shop in silicon valley. He set up shop three and a half hours away from silicon valley. Despite being let google. And i remember him saying something. Along the lines of united paraphrasing here that that gave him a real edge in terms of how he chose investments because he said you know if i knew that somebody was willing to drive three hours to come and pitch me to invest in their company. Those were going to move very serious people In it also kind of kept him out of the echo chamber of being in silicon valley where everybody was talking about the same things and and wonder. Do you feel that gave you an advantage in any way at all in that sense to you to stand out with your own work. I like to think so Yeah i certainly think it gives you a different perspective on things because maybe if you have grown up at the sentra things. It's easy not to see the bubble. Whereas i was always very much aware that i was coming in from the outside Another westcountry it Well cues wasn't westcountry back. Thomas hardy was certainly a westcountry poet and he was used to he very much had the site as take on things and apparently even when he was at dinner parties he would imagine that he was a ghost and he had died and he had come back to haunt these people and he said not gave him a very unusual perspective on the conversation which i think helped his novel writing. So so yeah. There's always been that sense of you know there is another world to the one that we're looking at and there's a wide frame to this
"elvin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Talking about Some inventions that people might not have known about. We're done here. Minnesota. Ray wanted us to know that, um General Mills. Not only did they do the black person recorded, they also built the deep summary. Sizable Elvin that was explored. The Titanic wreckage is submarine. That's right. Wow. General mills doing these because there are big companies they have money to experiment with. And I then and like they hire scientists, I guess what else are they do? Yeah, Really that scary there. I don't think they do lucky terms because I think that Yeah, they do. Sounds like them. Lucky charms is going to be green. Now in the month of march instead of gray your milk they figured out a way you could tell me. What is it again now, Nuck? Hey, now go milk milk. How do you say that fabric That makes like soft, like Lady blouses starts with the S. Chanel. No, it's a foreigner word. Yes, he's silk. Why do you say silk and milk? You know you've got a lazy time. That's all. I could think It's a lazy telling that doesn't work. We were trying to record something earlier today, that's just gonna be pro over something coming up next month or something. I had every long word in it, and I'm trying to figure out how to make my mouth. Form those words, and I might just have a lazy time. Yeah, I think you do. I just have a lazy Ah, lazy It's not always like that's right. Everybody e very sexually that my tongue is lazy My time. My time might be lazy on the show. She's single, Everybody better. Babbitt. Well, great girls. Someone has to have something you know, He's I feel like I feel like there was there was a dating thing Is Wendy Williams dating out loud on her show? I'd haven't sense I promised that I would go back in and try to watch it. I haven't watched. She wasn't on the first she was in on Monday and Tuesday after the lifetime hearing. It must have killed her. New York had the snowstorm. No one could get work. She's downtown in Kelsey. They're not like us. Minnesota's know from their city Can it shuts down and you've got people living over the bridges, and it's dangerous to reach because I wanted to watch it for the yesterday was, Yeah. She addressed all the love. She got a lot of people center bouquets, but her favorite.
Caring for Aging Parents
"Welcome to us now a pse for brown men we are your host. This is known this year. My name is elvin and this is a podcast about brown men talking about issues that matter to you we talk about things that we don't usually talk about in the brown communities we're just three regular kompass sharing our experiences to inspire positive chains pool. We have one ready for you are. Our parents are getting older. You know my mother's Just around the corner from turning eighty and you know we had the serious talk a while back about The possibility of her moving in with me you know and You know the enrolled. And i started talking about this use of aging parents and roll. You know it's interesting you know we're talking about an lo and behold. It looks like you know you. You know you're you're in the same situation as well. Yeah exactly it was kind of a funny. That you started talking about your. Would you did over the weekend and whatnot. And unlike like dude. I'm in the exact same situation and the situation really centrally is taking care of our aging parents and that's really a topic that for today's purposes we really want to jump into talk about Not only our culture our people and you know is it an obligation. What are we doing. Is it traditionally for women of the or three Brown men and we are seriously considering this stuff and at least two of us. This is reality within the next six months to a year To take care of our aging parents so with that. Let's go ahead and jump into this topic about aging parents. Havi do you know what do you think about the growing up in terms of traditions. While you know what Let me just lighten up the mood. A little bit by repeating joke. That i had heard once From a comedian noah She comedian and he's just said that. You know like that white people. They plan their 401k's their retirement and the mexicans. He's like yeah. He's we have a bunch of kids that that's our retirement plan. You know one of them has to be able to support me when i get old. You know and it's neat because Like with my parents. Like i saw that with my dad might dad He has They're nine siblings and when their parents got old. I mean they get in. All of them would contribute lake on a monthly basis. That that that that was their social security you know like for for the grandparents elected they just said okay everybody give like i don't know fifty hundred bucks whatever it was. I don't know. I don't know what it was but it was just and that's the way that i saw also offer for. My momma was a little bit different because they were only three siblings from my mom but the helped out that helped their parents actually ended up happening was that they were living in the same house for such a long time. That my grandparents my mom's my mom's parents that then when the owners when the owners died the kids were gonna salman. They were going to visit my my grandparents and Luckily my parents Had the means at the time to they were. They ended up Buying the house. So i just saw i just the way. I grew up just seeing my parents that they were taking care of their parents. You know yeah you know. It's somewhat similar with me but not a it was just my ability. You know my other set of grandparents passed away when i was fairly young so it was just a mayawati. Tough from my mom's side and she basically helped raise my generation. You know all seven of us all seven of us Cousins and she lived with With mighty se live with us and she basically rotated amongst Amongst two of her two of her daughters and that was just my norm. You know so. I didn't think anything of it when it came time for me to basically come full circle with my mom full circle in the sense of now. It's tough for me to take care of her.
"elvin" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Lab at that time now that let me hello yeah maybe now as a gifted and job that I do not how we do it back on the track I no that's not what you know we won't go as a we all hope you as we said above for ya so while it thank you thank my you have a blessed day not feel bad when I think every morning on it as we do sure she just what and I got to would you you want to date use long gone crazy to and one of my one of six in the mix with the vagaries well we all play one more song and we all get to be a hundred out of the bag but I managed to catch his morning going out all five songs in the correct order and how it happened right here this call Chris working on a weekend like usual Elvin indie band like usual so a past as they go into I haven't done my taxes on some time.
Facial-Recognition Tech: Regulation Instead of Bans?
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation, helping clients apply technologies like cloud an AI to their unique business challenges. Deloitte got com slash look. Again. This is tech news briefing. Im Tanya boost, does reporting from the newsroom in New York coming up a Chinese artificial intelligence startup is under fire for the use of its facial, recognition tech. It is the latest argument placing your face and tech at odds the issue remains a global one looking into it after these tech headlines. While we technologies denounced US actions against it referring to them as bullying this week as it implored European governments to resist American pressure to follow suit. The Trump administration's moved to blacklist Weiwei last week marks in unprecedented assault on not only the Chinese telecom company, but also rules-based, global trade, at least that's according to Abraham Lou while ways rep to the European Union Washington's move to block while away from sourcing components from running certain features on Google's Android operating system, also threatens its consumer business. US officials said this week, they would wave that measure for ninety days for some suppliers. These story remains in motion, follow the latest at wsJcom. The US has sharply slowed down approvals for the nation's semiconductor companies to hire Chinese nationals for advanced engineering jobs. This is significant in part because Chinese nationals account for a large share of non US citizens hired for such work and were talent. Supply. Domestically is often scares the disruption which started last year has affected hundreds of jobs across the industry at companies, including Intel Qualcomm and global foundries, Inc. The journal says this also shows the conundrum US companies face in dealing with China and technology highlighting how decisions aimed at protecting US competitiveness in one way could hamper it in another. And mid career professionals are looking for a reboot at coating boot camps the journal writes how some middle aged people seeking a career change are enrolling in New York City schools with varying degrees of success coating boot camps small technical schools that prepare adults for work as entry level software developers are known to challenge, even with the journal affectionately calls twenty something geeks who comprised their primary demographic in a recent survey the average graduate reported a forty four percent increase in salary to sixty two thousand dollars and nearly half landed a fulltime job in computer, science, or engineering coming up, facial recognition technology remains under fire. How tech startups around the world are trying to fan. It's flames support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation Elvin clients apply technologies like cloud. An AI to their unique business challenges. Deloitte, god. Com slash look. Again. In. Remind you that WSJ's future of everything festival is in full force in the city that is New York this week for the latest updates on what the future holds via technology and everything follow the latest at wsJcom. We will also be covering it on various WSJ podcast throughout the week including a big burly recap on Fridays instant message podcast right now, though, we had to Tokyo where the Wall Street Journal's CEO council conference has been holding the other side of the globe to task big tech has been under a big fire for the use of facial recognition technology as of late last week, San Francisco became the first US city to ban the use of technology by local agencies a quick refresher on the legislation from San Francisco lawmaker, Aaron Peskine psychologically unhealthy when people know that are being washing every aspect of the public realm. There are many ways to make our society. Secure without living in a security state, this legislation tries to strike that balance this week sense time group, a Chinese artificial intelligence startup is left. Fending residual flames from all the facial recognition attention last week at the Wall Street Journal's CEO council conference in Tokyo, Tuesday since times, Bing zoo, addresses the company's facial recognition tack in its mass surveillance systems. He thinks the tech should be regulated rather than band. We'd be actually thinking about the allots as any new piece of technology. Sometimes there are two size. And right now, I think there is discussion around the, the privacy around of individuals being covered by all these cameras such as there's a camera were there. There's another camera so we can see that these cameras has been setting up in the physical world, right? So right now with a nation the surveillance. The compatibility has been operated a lot. So basically, there are actually debase around whether these type typo technology should be deployed against individual Promessi sense time, which has received a funding from these Saudi-backed. Softbank vision fund continues to navigate rising privacy concerns, as companies around the world. Look to a I to store and analyze data of people's faces. I think this is video meaningful and useful debate a yearly it would alert everybody to take up the thought around what policies and what regulations to be should be in place to guarantee that these technology, these new piece of technology, what wouldn't bring damage. Right. But still think about it, right. They, I is such as face recognition, there are two sides. One side is, is around individuals is around privacy of individuals the other side he's around public good around. Well, public transparency. Around row, anti-terrorism, less crime more efficient city, right? So technology has been has technology actually has been the lying ingredient for cities to grow and debate will no doubt continue around the globe. The Wall Street Journal covers it all for more on the CEO council in Tokyo, this week, head to wsJcom wrapping up the tech news briefing for now. I'm Tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in New York. Thanks for listening.
"elvin" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"But like I said, he he no better than bottling their worst, read or Elvin Hayes. I got I got you. I got I gotta run west. I appreciate the call. Thank you so much. But I got you understand where you coming from, bro. Let's go to Keith real quick. You live Stephen. They talked to me Keith. Okay. T's real quick. Go ahead broke. Yes me. Go ahead. Hit on the fact that I listen to you mash mile every morning religious. Thank you. Okay. And I heard you talking about heart in green. But we never you never mentioned the fact that hard and push off every day. I'm Tom he touched the ball. Well, you don't cry. But usually, usually, you know, your false there. Because usually he's dribbling before he steps back. So that's not a push off. When he dried even when opponents army he push out to give back some hockey. Sometimes sometimes he does he gets away with it. Sometimes he doesn't. That's part of the game. When they plan in tight you push out. So what would you go? Tell me man. He averaged thirty six points a game because he's he puts his off. Now, my point is that don't cry. He said he shouldn't crop. You know, who I will say this though, I don't have a pretty he wasn't crying about the foul. He's crying about being undercut. And I think that's something to be careful about you. Don't need to be taken the jump shot wondering whether or not you're gonna get your ankle twisted that I agree with but drink but green green jumped away he didn't jumping towing. But you know, last play that last night, but there were three or four cages in the first half of the first three quarters where he had a legitimate argument, bro. That's a fact that's a fact they bake. I got I gotta go. But I appreciate the call. I got your point..
"elvin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Elvin show. Call us with your questions anytime triple eight plan, RIC online, wreck Elvin dot com. The articles on personal finance sign up for Rick's Email update at RIC Edelman dot com. Ten twenty three. It's the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Which going on David we're keeping an eye on route one in Saugus on route one southbound there's some fire department activity at a hotel before main street emergency vehicle on the right side of the road over all the traffic has been pretty light through there, so far but at times a little curiosity delays. Getting by that the rest of one looks good one twenty-eighth rolling along between route one and route two route three is clear between tyngsborough in Bedford and ninety three's moving well from Methuen dmed for route ninety five is seeing very light traffic in and out of New Hampshire and there's nothing happening on four ninety five between Hazel and Hudson on route sixteen mystic valley. Parkway eastbound is jammed from Somerville into Medford because of a crash daily road around downtown Boston. It's looking good. No delays for the lower deck of ninety three southbound to the bridge lever connector is doing well in both directions and a good. On the expressway between Boston and Braintree? David Steph Lino WBZ's traffic on the threes. I'm Cindy Stumpel. He missed toughest nails sake. I'm sitting step. Well, he missed toughest nails saying that you can get the podcast on the iheartradio app. This week the story behind the artist Venetian classrooms. The Tommy mcdonagh owner of cow chase studio. Specializing in architectural finishes. Traffic and weather together statement WBZ Boston's News Radio..
"elvin" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"Me me, and my demons will walk. Your granny in mess up her kitchen need food. At as not as we see NAI hanging up the phone as he says, I Elvis good boy grainy Staples Helvi ride home now. Again, as we see him standing in the kitchen talking to granny as all his minions are like trashing the kitchen eating everything in sight. As he says when he gets here is going kick you out of my kitchen, Satan, you and all your devils. Any says keep telling you granny, I'm not Satan under plain old, neither unspeakable on these are my hordes of inter dimensional criminals. I'm not interested in Seoul's. I'm just in the evil, I own sake. And little says what a joke. Ni- Tetra have vanished the very heroes who could've opposed us. And he's as cracks me up in a soon as Elvin kits here who have one of the vendors replacements in our power. But meanwhile at avengers headquarters. Interesting coordinates. We get an alarm. And security alarm, and we see vendor support staff, something something big. Breach. We get the announcement all reserves substitute avengers in support crew cover the roof. If it's something powerful. If the reserves can't handle why captain marvel flashing up there at the speed of light. But whatever. Remember remember after the accident Ruth weren't her powers like was a little bit. Yeah. Yeah. She wasn't quite as powerful. So salmon is the speed of our glass. To turn me upside down, and I'll get quick as I can within the. As rested roof. They see a portable opening as Felton says it's cap in the premier primary vendors they're back as quasar is way off. What is this? Always we barely see blue blue cave because he's got a yellow mask. Yeah. You barely see it. The sleeves are gone again analysts has his old built. Right. Yeah. Yeah. But it's just as abs- ripta six pack. The mental Travelgate me ads. I'm like what is this? I mean, it's not like we have twenty Pence, lawyers or whatever color, you know. I don't know. Would they like which cost you? Just pick one. It doesn't matter. Shuffle. We see ventures in the tech sharks. Come out of the portal. And felt says what's the store these Tetrarch? Good guys, bad guys caps, actually neither. It's a long story. Kid that me. I'd be calling you. But stores was bring half is captain Tetra contradict themselves. They say the care not about writer all that yet they themselves they themselves with us because we are not supposed to be ally themselves with us, maybe. Yeah. I think if in a word, but he says they say they cannot about right or wrong yet yet they themselves with us because we are good methinks. There is Kurth video foot who another new word people. Perfidiously? I think we should watch our backs very carefully capless Burs him as the Tetra. I they're supposed to be whispering their word bubbles of the same. So and what shall we do with these beings after they have led us to the criminal ni-? We shall banish their entire world. The mention of exile. Next issues conclusion. But like I said he can't tell their whispering some surprise if they said that the vendors into adding allowed wait dead poise that allow what? The letters page which shorten for that statement of ownership. Which they usually use the putting some of their books, which you don't see any more. So was it really necessary. Let's was that a calm code thing. Because. We don't need. No stinking comic code anymore. I think the statement of ownership was required by postal, mail, subscriptions or something. But but it did have circulated stuff in there, which was kinda cool because we tell you how many average copies printed or things like that. It'll oh, yeah. They brag about numbers these days. Oh, no, no. They're not the height of the bubble. I'm just looking at these lotteries. It's permission three to six the beginning of this whole thing in every three letters one short went too long ones rage love..
"elvin" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
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"elvin" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"He did he had shack in there. Just like. Eleven titles for Russell six Kareem three MVP's in bay finals MVP's for Tim Duncan with five titles, by the way. If you if you don't want to do it on titles because you say, okay. Well, it's it's a team game. That's not right. Will let's talk about impact on the game individual achievement. How about this still today? All time points leader Karim thirty eight thousand points, you know, who's behind him. Another guy got to play power forward. It went to five, but he was a four Karl Malone and for that matter, by the way after you go through a stretch of wings, then at six seven eight nine ten and eleven big men in their day wilt, Dirk shack, Moses Malone, Elvin Hayes who was only six nine, but he was big men in his day and Akeem Malaysian. So one two six seven eight nine ten eleven all playing the four five all in different ways. Not the same player all different players. But all Biegman. I'm just asking. What are we supposed to do? Here. If titles you can point to big men like Russell and points. You can put two big men like Kareem. Why do we just ignore the big, man? I'm genuinely curious why do we nor them consistently eight seven to nine three seven seven six when it comes to these conversations? It's in J Bronco. That's it Stephen a next. That's just a sample of what you hear on the Stephen swift show, weekdays at one PM eastern on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. Robert, Robert, somebody burned down, my she shed. No, verdone, your she shed shero all really victim. Because my she sheds burning up in the backyard. Here's she shared was struck by lightning, Cheryl, Robert the state farm cover. My she shed. She turned are shed mature hideaway. Robert that's covered. You hear that Victor? I'm getting a new she or she hid can we stop his? She should now. Go with a win. That's here to help life go, right? State farm talk to an agent today.
"elvin" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Much. I will never forget. And I will fight for the memory of Geraldine share. Dennard should never happen again. Not one more American life should be lost because our nation failed to control it's very dangerous border in the last two years our brave ice officers made two hundred and sixty six thousand arrests of criminal aliens, including those charged or convicted of nearly one hundred thousand assaults thirty thousand sex crimes. And four thousand killings or murderers. We are joined tonight by one of those law enforcement heroes is special agent Elvin Hernandez when L. Elvin was a boy.
"elvin" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Much. I will never forget. And I will fight for the memory of Gerald and share better should never happen again. Not one more American life should be lost because our nation failed to control it's very dangerous border in the last two years our brave ice officers made two hundred and sixty six thousand arrests of criminal aliens, including those charged or convicted of nearly one hundred thousand assaults thirty thousand sex crimes. And four thousand killings or murders. We are joined tonight by one of those law enforcement heroes ice special agent, Elvin Hernandez when Elvin. Elvin was a boy.
"elvin" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Very much. I will never forget. And I will fight for the memory of Gerald and share. That it should never happen. Again. Not one more American life should be lost because our nation failed to control it's very dangerous border in the last two years our brave ice officers made two hundred and sixty six thousand arrests of criminal aliens, including those charged or convicted of nearly one hundred thousand assaults thirty thousand sex crimes. And four thousand killings or murders. We are joined tonight by one of those law enforcement heroes ice special agent, Elvin Hernandez when Elvin. Thank you. Elvin was a boy.
Selena Gomez reached out to Demi Lovato 'personally' after apparent overdose: 'I didn't do a public thing'
"Overdosed in July as you'll remember and has now made her way to rehab how good and when Demi Levato overdosed in July. Everybody wanted to know what Selena Gomez had to say about it because they've been friends for so long. I don't know. Exactly. Jason. How old is Selena Gomez think she's what twenty three now. Okay. They dislike Gomez Demi Lovato have been friends since they were seven. So everyone was wondering what exactly Selena Gomez thought about Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez told L magazine, all I'm saying is I reached out personally. I didn't do a public thing. I didn't want to I love her. I've known her since I was seven. So that's all I'll say, okay, basically saying that big old nothing. Off the record. Yes, that's good. That you know, she's there for in the tough times. Demi Lovato needs. By six twenty. So they've known each other for even longer than we thought would be nineteen years.
Bobby Seale, Bill Ayers & Bernardine Dohrn on Police Repression, Fred Hampton Murder & Prison Strike
"Sir. This is democracy. Now democracy now or the warrant piece report. I'm Amy Goodman with one gun solace with part two of today's edition of fifty years ago that right fifty years ago this week, the nineteen sixty eight democratic national convention in Chicago became a national spectacle as a major political event turned into chaos that culminated with a police riot, much of it unfolding on live national television. While Hubert Humphrey was nominated as the democratic candidate in nineteen sixty eight inside despite the fact he didn't run in any primaries outside was where the news was where police were clubbing teargassing thousands of protesters. For more. We continue our interviews with Bobby Seale founding chairman, Black Panther party was in the protests at the beginning in Chicago. Bill Ayers was arrested on August twenty seven fifty years ago and Bernardine Dohrn both Bernardine and Bill longtime activists for peace and racial Justice, former SDS that students for a democratic society and whether underground members. I mean, he Goodman with Juan Gonzalez one? Yes. Yes. With Bobby Seale again to follow up a Bobby on the conversation. We were having that the end of our previous segment when you were talking about how once Richard Nixon was elected president, he ordered. His aides to begin immediate eradication of the Black Panther party. One of the interesting things that most people are not aware of is that years later report came out in the New York Times that the f. b. i. had conducted a CPR secret poll among black Americans and found that more than twenty five percent of African Americans were supporters of the Black Panther party felt that the Black Panther party was fighting. Their interest is significant portion of the America of the African American population of this country was supportive of of your revolutionary organization. And yet as you were saying Nixon immediately ordered that you be crushed, could you talk about what happened in that first few years of the Nixon administration to the panther party. Exactly the year of nineteen sixty nine is the year. Now, remember I said he had a meeting with j. Edgar Hoover and Jade ago who were in the December the first week of December stated nationally on television that we were threat to the internal, the blackout, the party is a threat to the internal security of America. Come come. What was February seventeenth seventeenth. John a buddy Carter and John Huggins will murdered at UCLA. They were the leaders of the black path to party and loss Angeles California now. But she Carter really had gotten out of his gang group. 'cause he, he ran a three thousand member gang and he created a political organization call wretched of the earth delay to become and he later became rub. They headed up to southern California chapter the black part in the Los Angeles community. Eric, the what I'm trying to say here is that. That was the first attack on the part of the power structure using the us organization, etcetera. In a conflict situation to kill and murder. The leaders of the Los Angeles chapter, the blackout, the party do that process in the next three or four months. They attack more than twenty two offices I'm talking about in Indiana. I'm talking about the, they blew up the office and demands. I will literally got the crew Clinton of blew up that blow up that building. And I'm telling you. In San Diego brother. Bell was opening up to San Diego office at eight AM in the morning, and the police and FBI came jumped out of cars and came into place and shot him dead killing murdering. So I'm just says that period of tacking by the end of that year with the murder of Fred Hampton and then the shootout in Los Angeles, four days later after that cetera I have in my organization, I had twenty eight dead blackout to party members sixty nine wounded and defending ourselves. We defended ourselves and many of these attacks. By the end of that year, fourteen police were kill because we shot back when they came in shooting in us. We did not play. We shot back