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Washington, DC - July Fourth visitors to Shenandoah National Park cause concern of coronavirus spread

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Washington, DC - July Fourth visitors to Shenandoah National Park cause concern of coronavirus spread

"Shenandoah Shenandoah National National Park Park Open, Open, Some Some local local businesses businesses and and restaurants restaurants are now concerned about a surgeon travelers. We were completely booked this weekend. Joan Gents manager at Brookside Gift Shopping Cabins in Luray, Virginia, says his travelers flock to Shenandoah National Park and the Luray Caverns for the holiday weekend. She's worried about potential Corona virus cases. For me. I feel like it's a concern because people coming from other places. You know, might be bringing it here. Eric Smith, owner of the West main market, says he's not planning on starting indoor dining anytime soon. His staff feel safer that way. They're happy that we're still not letting people indoors because again, it gives them a little bit more safety Valerie von w. T o P. News

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"eric smith" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

Welcome with Karim Kanji

07:41 min | 3 months ago

"eric smith" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

"Another conversation or the conversation at least for so many others it's. What to do. If you happen to be stopped by the police or what to do, if you are profiled, or if you run into somebody that's judging based on your color or just the conversation is here's how the world's going to treat you because you're a black man, because you're a person of color because you are. Allegedly different just because he looked. At a conversation that I certainly never had in my parents, because my conversation was the birds and the bees. It's not a conversation that I've had to have my son. Who Seven soon because he's you know, this wakened Canada, and that's not something that's I I've ever thought of, but now I have learned, and I should have known it before, but I feel like it's still worthy to have that conversation with him just to say if you see this happening, yes. something. If this happens to one of your friends, how will you react? How would you react how you handle yourself? How can you be an ally? What could you? What should you do so that to me? Is then a conversation that I will have and that we've already started having our house because I've always been even when he was really young into my wife's. Frustration I'm the type of parent that I'm I'm maybe honest to a fault in all. Don't ask me a question if you if you don't really want. I feel I. Feel like it's better to to shards the truth like yeah, you know even in Koga. I'm not the type of person I'm not going to judge you. You're immune, perceive dream, but. People if they're different if they feel different, if a parent different whatever, but I'm not GonNa lie to at least fine, we'll be fine. It's good. Don't worry about it. Don't stress about it on one hand. Don't overwhelm children in. Burn them in. You know think. Chicken little, the sky's falling, but at the same time. I don't think it's wrong to say. I don't know and I'm a little scared to I'm a little nervous and. I need more information and and I'm. We're staying home and we're clean as much as we do or we wash much because we just don't know so. For being overly strict or or anal vote y'all staying clean, and not putting your hands in your eyes, or whatever else, but it's it's because I don't own because I'm trying to protect you and not like Oh. Don't worry about it, buddy. It's fine. You know we'll be fi. You're invincible in life is great. Sometimes you gotTa have those those those honest moments conversations, even young folks. Yeah, and even how like my mom and Dad? They've got through four grandchildren. And A. Day. Obviously grandkids grow grandparents. You know all. They wanted to spend time with the grandkids. They've had enough of us. They want. They want grandchildren time and You know we. We've heard that you know young people not as affected although I don't know if that's changing recently. But. You know probably set similar what you're doing. We're we're saying listen. It's not just about. You know is Karimun, Munoz and COSMA healthy. And, safe, but we want to make sure that we're not. Negatively impacted others where we've got to, we've got to. We've got to have empathy for others we need to. You know the reason that we're not spending time with. Ninety Nana is because we WANNA. Make sure that they're healthy. As well. So talks like that. I think are important and I think it's important to for me to talk to my son and say listen. You've got free four five black friends that that you guys you always hanging around now. It's hanging out online. Make sure that. You don't let other people. Put them down because of the color of their skin. or where or the neighborhood that they just happen to live in or what they have what they don't have. my sister. She's got to black kids. Four and two. And they knew her and her husband knew they were going to have. The talk. At one point in time. They've already started to have to have that talk. Because the kids on their walks to to get the kids exercise. Have heard and seen things now. And, so now it's like. So. They're they're asking. They're asking my sister. Is it the same cop who gave daddy a ticket. A wider the COP through this when the COP comes out of jail is gonNA. Come after me as I can't fathom. The feeling that bubble up inside of me. because. They're my nephews, but I can imagine. Being. I can't imagine being black. I don't know. What, that feels like on a daily basis, and and what I'm doing is I'm trying to have as many. Conversations as possible that are so for me so. uncomfortable. But it's it's at the very least I could do. You know to to have these conversations to learn. You know what happens, absolutely you know. I I feel for your feel for your sister in your brother. Line your nephews especially at such a young age to. That feeling that it has it has nuts. It has nuts. It's weird. Either one thing I like about podcasts as you can talk about anything. One thing about podcast is. There's no commercial subdue as segues really hard from me. If it's okay with you. I don't want to take too much more time because I. Know You're busy and I really appreciate the time that you've spent with me so far but very quickly about basketball basketball apparently is coming back. Next month or at the end of next month's. Are You, are you? You must be excited because work is sort of paused for you I. Know You do in your your your mid week show. On instagram, but but your feelings about basketball coming back. I'm very excited and I think to be clear. I'm sure you would agree and everybody would agree as long as it's. It's safe to do and hadn't I mean I. Guess There's No way to guarantee that, but as long as it's as safe as healthy as possible for the players, the coaches for the NBA staff to do so then yes, very excited about the prospect of the possibility of Mon- I should say possibility. It certainly looks like it's happening. I I have seen some of the stories as you have in the last twenty four hours or so that there might be some players that are now Speaking up about having some apprehension and Not Wanting to play. I'm interested in how that impacts things, but the one thing that I would say cream at the NBA seems to have. More so than Major League Baseball or the National Hockey League. And we don't even have to think about the NFL quite yet. 'CAUSE when we're not even Doug McCain's. That's right until September but with the other three leagues. The NBA to me has a leg up in that they're able to do this. All under one roof in one location in essentially a gated community where you're, you're quarantined in a mobile. Whereas the NHL is going to need at least two cities and. You.

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"eric smith" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

Welcome with Karim Kanji

05:38 min | 3 months ago

"eric smith" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

"Now. Let's for a moment. If Dean twenty years ago. Let alone. If the twenty minutes or fifteen twenty days ago, let's insert. A black man not meet or let's assume that that I wasn't a white male. I have feeling that story might have been different, and that's not to say that every single cop is is bad. Maybe it wouldn't have been different but I think there are certain a greater likelihood. A greater chance that that story been different. Had I. Not Been White. And I will admit that even at the time, but it's not something that crossed my mind that I thought about, but in the year sentence throwing now look back at it in something that is blatantly obvious, the privilege that existed in that moment for me. Yes I've had to do the breathalyzer literally the weekend. As, the whole province was shutting down was my son's birthday on the thirteenth of search. I which I believe was a Friday. And we had all gone to him. In France restaurants were still open, so we went to Boston Pizza on. Young Shepherd area in Toronto. and. Driving back, getting back on the highway to go on the four, one back into scarborough just under the bridge got stopped. So! I was excited breathless I've never done this before and I. Don't drink so I I I didn't have a care in the world. But I had a light broken in front. Dad there. They're going to give me a ticket. And they said. Oh, yeah, that's just wait I'm going to get it fixed later. My son's in the back. Oh, you're lying dead. And then as calling me out. And then as you know, okay, you're good. Thank you very much. Make sure you get the light taken care of and as pulling out. I run over one of the pylons. Like, Oh, no, please do. So that. Was that was? That, was that, but when you when you look back on it. I don't have a care in the world. If if a co I've gotten into arguments about cops stopping me because I don't have that fear. Right and that's and that's you know that's that's that's i. see that now as as a privilege that I had because. You know I've spoken to people in this podcast and they go. Hey, I'll. I'll stay at home during coronavirus that means I'm going to be safer and I, just because interaction with just people to get you know covid nineteen, but. If I could stay home that means there's less interaction with the police. And, and that's safer and so I I I understand that Yeah it's It's interesting things that we take for granted. A I'll tell you quickly to have back in your comments. Is that you know I'm one of those people have been a store in three months. You know we've done grocery delivery for or pickup. For three months that I had not been in a store. And all curbside pickup for for Mother's Day in any I'm only been to like four stores for of it's been delivery, or it's been Keep it locked down in the Smith Household, and then our malls and the backyard, and I'll go for walks around the neighborhood, but I'm not. I'm not niggling in public, but yeah. That would that wouldn't even cross my mind to stay home because. Trying to limit my interaction potentially with gleason. It's never in my mind raise. Cross, my mind it also again I keep referencing just because of the recency of the conversation, but a guy sherm. was born and raised in Malton Antero. I I lived in Multan Slash Togo. Right at Humber College at. Highway Twenty Seven finch that was my neighborhood for six years three years in college in three years after college I stay there before he ultimately ended up moving downtown, and that was my my my neighborhood, and whether it be going to Woodbine. Racetrack would bind center you, Togo General Hospital. The highway twenty seven Flea Market Westwood Arena. Bars and restaurants holes in the wall and whatnot the in that area in the surrounding neighborhoods when I would go for a walk, the dog that I had for a couple years of all that. I never once said assurance. How many times do you think I was stopped by the police right any interaction with the police in my six years in the Mall Mary in go. Zero. In my stories or my six years certainly sounded a lot different then. You know there was logger six years, but these sixteen or eighteen years that sure. And Listen I was in college I'm walking home at two in the morning I'm someone home from the campus bar? I'm going out with friends I'm doing house parties. NOT ONCE! Zero is six years that I had any interaction or issue. With the police in that area ever ever so. That's never crossed my mind. Think I'll stay home now or ever, because of what might happen if I run in to police officers, it's it's not even a thought in. It's it. It reminds me of what I've heard so many times I'm sure from Jones E. from other podcasts other blogs I've watched in I g, live and conversations ever where? You know the the the analogy is The age or the time in your life that you had the conversation, and for most of us are initiative for most white people for for a Lotta people. The conversation is the birds and the bees..

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"eric smith" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

Welcome with Karim Kanji

02:39 min | 3 months ago

"eric smith" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

"You? Of US have said we've heard it being said that we're all in the same boat. Worldwide we're all fighting. This pandemic and and yeah, we are in the you know you do some reading stuff, and then you realize that you know if we just take a look at Canada. There are so many Populations groups of people. That, Eric, you and I we, we have a roof over our heads right. Yes, our jobs might have changed a bit. But there are still so many people you know. are indigenous neighbors that still don't have clean drinking water. How does that impact how they fight a pandemic? how? How does the Diet of people that? Can afford a big MAG, but can't afford food salad you know. How does that impact? How their body fights a disease like like covid nineteen, so we might be all in the same storm, but we're like so many are in different types of boats. That's exactly what I was thinking cream when you were saying. That is used the analogy of the boat in We might I know we're all in about Be the same votes. Somebody somebody might be in a kayak versus a yacht, or even or even if we are in the same boat. You know somebody's hanging over the edge. A little bit were. Somebody's gotTA comfortable seat. Somebody's got a life jacket and somebody doesn't. Somebody's somebody's sitting in the area. The boat word that might be spring a little bit of a leak, so it's certainly different. There's there's no denying it's different globally, and as you said it's. It's different within our own country. and. You know one of the other things I would say which ties into what we're talking about. in in relation I believe to do not just Colbert. But certainly into. what has what has come to a boiling point in? It's been simmering never. It's never not boiling. It's been simmering, but it's starting to boil again in boil over in it needs to should I think is. You know. I think we look at the fact that. One of the things I said I said this last last night, when I was doing my instagram show, and had Sherman Hamilton with me, and I said one of the things that I would have said you fourteen days ago. Ten fourteen days ago roughly was. I need to I need to listen I need to learn. And and already been listening, and I already was learning, but I need to listen I learn more, but what I've also been kind of tweaked at in my own mind in the last seven days is is not enough.

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"eric smith" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

Welcome with Karim Kanji

06:09 min | 3 months ago

"eric smith" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

"For the twenty nineteen NBA, Champs the Toronto Raptors. Eric Smith. Grey. Eye Eric, how are you? Doing. Very well, thank you very much. If we. As Tronto Basketball fans twenty one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighteen, twenty, thousand nine. You. Know what what a season that we had to defining year for for fans. When Twenty Twenty March twenty twenty comes around. And everyone is saying. Can we go back to twenty nineteen three fast forward? Through twenty twenty. But I'm now thinking I. Don't know about you eric that. Maybe, twenty twenty year that. Really, we're we're. We're changing I hopefully. We're changing the way that we treat each other. Yes, moving forward when your thoughts on that. Listen just to be clear. I'm ready to ready to answer this an absolutely ready to go. Are we rolling? We are we were. I think you're banging on. I think that there's no denying it was what a eight twelve weeks ago. More than that. Obviously when things started, but it was probably eight or ten weeks ago where we all were saying making we just hit the reset button can can can twenty twenty just go away? I think there are a lot of people certainly NBA circles. That were looking to the very beginning of the year when David Stern passed away and then when Kobe Bryant Steph came at the end of January as well so even just within the NBA community that were. Significant stories to start the year, and then all of a sudden we get to the first weaker little longer than the first week of March and the NBA to me was perhaps the league that kind of started it all almost globally. I mean there were already certain countries especially overseas that were starting to. Go into lockdown measures in quarantining or whatnot, but it seems like the world in general no-doubt. North America didn't truly take notice in didn't truly extinct drastic steps until the NBA said. We're done. We're hitting the pot right now and I think because of all that, and because of the fear that all of us added as as humans. As brothers and sisters in husbands and wives, parents, and grandparents, and aunts and uncles, everybody kids. You know people of all ages I think we were scared I think there's still a lot of people that are scared in terms of what's happening in the world What's going on? When will it go away? If it goes away? Will there be a vaccine? Won't there be a vaccine? Who will take it? Who Won't take it? HOW SAFE THEM I? Is it okay to go public? Should I wear a master? We're asking the questions. Go on and on and on and I. Think you can way on people and I think that's probably the reason why a lot of folks were just saying it. The pause button no hit the race button. Let's yet act to twenty nineteen. Let's pretends didn't even happen, but as you say now. What has happened. In the last couple of weeks specifically. And certainly, since since the killing the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis. I believe that. In the wake up, call should have happened a long time ago for many. And I'M NOT GONNA sit here on some some high per. Se That I. You know I've always been aware. And I've always been fighting the 'cause I believe I've been an ally. I believe I've been away, too. Many of the issues I believe supported. All or the at the very least most of the issues over the years I like to think that at live my life in a good way, and if treated people Broccoli, even through all of this I've seen there's more I can do. And even if my doing is using my voice using my platform again, being stronger ally, for friends for colleagues just for humanity period and I think because of that There's a sense of no. We shouldn't delete twenty twenty. We need to use twenty twenty as the wakeup call for what needs to change not just between fellow man. Obviously. Men are one night when I of course Even, if doughnuts, not the diver conversation, but even the impact on our environments everything. You again I. I know we're going to circle back to. The current race relations in the issue surrounding that led no doubt but you just think of the impact that covert has had on the lack of pollution and bluer skies and cleaner skies and cleaner air, and more animals, roaming in in neighborhoods in areas that they didn't before and clean waters, and all of that I think should serve as a wakeup call to perhaps the way we need to live in the way. We need to treat our earth. Yeah, better when? I do return to normal quote, unquote, whatever normal ends of being. Yes I was speaking with a a friend of mine. WHO has battled? Three different types of cancer. over the past. Less than a decade. And, she was saying she has like a new. Outlook on on on how she approaches life. You know just with what she's gone through. her name was Manila and when he was telling me that. You, know when when cove hit. You know obviously. Everyone is is in a in a state where you're freeze. You're trying to figure out what to do next door. How do you approach this in one of the things that she did was? What can I learn from this week at I? How could I become better and I think one of the things for me. Is is empathy..

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Missouri and Mississippi sue China over coronavirus

Pacifica Evening News

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Missouri and Mississippi sue China over coronavirus

"Missouri Attorney General Eric Smith released a statement saying that China must be held accountable for their actions over the spread of coronavirus the lawsuit aims to make China pipe for the economic turmoil that covert nineteen has cools to cross the United States Mr Smith said in the statement that the Chinese government to lied about the dangers of the virus and did not do enough to slow its spread China's foreign ministry denounced the move saying it is a frivolous lawsuit that has no factual old legal basis China is protected by sovereign

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2 Fairmont men arraigned on murder charges in fatal shooting of WVU student at College Park apartments

KYW 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

2 Fairmont men arraigned on murder charges in fatal shooting of WVU student at College Park apartments

"And two suspects are in custody in connection with Friday's shooting on the campus of West Virginia University that killed a student from Camden County okay one of these parts investigators say twenty one year old sophomore Eric Smith was a former resident of the College Park apartments university complex where gunshots were reported at around four AM Friday Smith was found in a hallway multiple reports say two people were arrested nearby a short time later and then one of them was carrying a weapon the chief of the university police department W. P. Chester called the shooting an isolated incident and says a motive has not yet been established the suspects have been identified as twenty one year old Terrell Lanier and twenty year olds Andreas reader dean of students Corey Farris has released a statement saying it's always a tragedy when a young person loses his life our hearts go out to his family those students and others

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"eric smith" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:12 min | 7 months ago

"eric smith" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Twenty one year old Eric Smith from Clementon New Jersey according to university police two suspects were arrested at a Walmart nearby in Morgantown they are twenty one year old to rally near and twenty year old Shaun Derry's reader both from Fairmont West Virginia they are not students at the university one of the suspects told police he pounded on multiple doors inside that apartment building so people who live there would witness him shoot and kill Smith students who live in the apartment building a pretty shaken up now by what happened I heard the gunshots and when that happened it was just all your expect at the university says they are planning a bell ringing for Smith soon something that's done whatever student dies Duquesne university students will not be traveling to Rome today for a spring break trip as scheduled the university canceled the trip Friday as fears of the corona virus or spreading across Italy officials are also making plans to bring home fifty nine students who are already studying at the Rome campus slippery rock and Robert Morris have also cancelled study abroad programs meanwhile Oregon governor Kate brown announced the state's first case of the corona virus last night is two other cases in Washington state have also been reported the infected person in Oregon worked at an elementary school in the Portland area and is believed to not have traveled to a destination where the virus is or been in contact with the person infected with the virus K. O. I. N. T. V. reporter Jennifer Dowling has the latest on the story after criticism from a delay in testing in the recent case in California state health officials in Oregon say the CDC has widened testing parameters Oregon health officials say it now includes people with serious respiratory illnesses were hospitalized but haven't traveled they've also committed to ramping up the state public health lab testing capability which was able to come online today after was being certified governor brown is asking people not to panic I also want to encourage Oregonians to go about their daily lives to stay calm in sports the penguins face the San Jose Sharks tonight at ten thirty the pirates take on the twins at six oh five in spring training action it's ten oh five your accu weather forecast next hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans.

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Raptors beat Suns 118-101 for 16th win in 17 games

CBS Sports Radio

00:22 sec | 7 months ago

Raptors beat Suns 118-101 for 16th win in 17 games

"That's a Rodger the defending champs stay hot raptors by ten one hundred ninety in the lane sack of spots left came back right got it to go right to the grill of Johnson the raptors have doubled up the lead from six to twelve and the sons have taken a time out Eric Smith raptors radio the raptors win for the sixteenth time in seventeen games they beat the Suns one eighty one oh

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"eric smith" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:04 min | 7 months ago

"eric smith" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"From one Paula Jones along with Eric Smith on the raptor radio network they are still six and a half games back of the box in the Eastern Conference this despite winning fifteen games in a row which should tell you something about the way the Bucks are playing right now the box actually won five in a row even though Yanis did not play on Monday night because he was away following the birth of his first child and so for the raptors they made up some ground but they're still trailing it in those Eastern Conference standings obviously a couple months left to go but what an amazing story but the raptors lost the NBA finals MVP they lost the guy that they were hoping to lure to a long term deal in Toronto they wanted to keep Kawhi Leonard and he really brought a lot of excitement to the city and to the franchise but even as they won their first title what happened was other guys aroundhawaii letters got a taste of that professionalism that taste of experience that he brought from his time in San Antonio in winning another NBA finals MVP not really think he raised the bar Kawhi Leonard raise the bar for the raptors organization and also took some of the pressure off younger guys who may be still growing into the type of players they want to be in figuring it out like Pascal fiasco who was a star in his own right now thirty four point six rebounds as the raptors beat the timber wolves obviously wanted to winning but are the same time is is about us going to the understand like you know what we need to work on and things that we need to get better at in doing it while having fun how Lowry twenty seven points eleven assists and I'm I'm proud of him that sounds odd right but considering what he's been through as a player someone who's been with the raptors for so many years lost his backcourt mate demar DeRozan he was ticked about he didn't like it didn't like the way that whole trade went down not that it was personal against Kawhi Leonard but the way that they traded away DA rose and a guy that he been so comfortable with a guy that what is stated Toronto for ever it's always hard for him to get used to you know a new superstar along side but once he did obviously accept the role he's the point guard there so much about the raptor that run through him and now here he is odd there've been coaching changes of course now you're talking about a a totally different look I'll have it for the third consecutive year and yet he continues to be a constant for the raptors and so he had a they say twenty seven and eleven and it's a franchise record winning streak now it fifteen points against the Timberwolves d'angelo Russell making his debut with his body Karl Anthony towns and what you would expect Russell have the same numbers that he was having a Golden State by virtue of the fact that there really weren't many other options with the war years he's in the starting a lot of because thirty two minutes and he scores twenty two plus five assess and so they're going to take some time the walls to get used to one another he and Carly the town there's already been talk about towns moving all I need in the off season but maybe it changes with the fact that he's got Russell there who knows maybe they'll go somewhere together the wolves had that playoff run a couple years ago and it's it's been brutal sense they're they're really struggling so I wouldn't be surprised if towns wants to leave but maybe this changes things the fact that he has a friend now on the roster all right you can find me on Twitter a law radio if you must send me a photo or video of your broom challenge that's fine mostly what I'm concerned about is your next big thing in sports it can be anything I'm not gonna even tell you what my choices are because I want you to to share years of the first ball on Twitter producer Chris is put up a spot where you know you'll see your favorite commissioner in sports I just re tweeted that and also on our Facebook page and let's see coming up in twenty five minutes we're going to talk kind of funny to think about just the Russian and change for this app funny is there a word it's it's interesting to think about the progression and change for the Chargers over the last few years they're moving from San Diego starting in Los Angeles on the soccer stadium now getting set to move into this big space station angle what with the rams and also changing quarterbacks they have the number six pick in the April draft what will they do with a good question so Laskar Chargers insider when he joins us in twenty five minutes coming up next I can't help it I'm giggling over baseball's possible changes to its place awful I'm trying to get there is way but.

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"eric smith" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:02 min | 8 months ago

"eric smith" Discussed on WEEI

"See the joy that it brought the city I don't know if I can describe it in words and it was it was unbelievable filling still have a connection with the city but but just to bring that championship to estimate meant a lot employable to my guest look I know you've never made an issue of this but it's still one of most amazing things I've ever seen in all the years I've done this I've never seen anything tougher than you taking that hit from Eric Smith the required seven plates in forty screws directly in your face you came back you played again if that's all you ever did that be amazing in and of itself but you've also got this passion for justice talk to me for a minute about that word that come from why is that something you want to dedicate yourself to what I feel is an obligation that we have as professional athletes I think god has blessed us with a platform on and I don't want to warm when it's all said and done for me to to have to stand before god and he asks me what did you do which of life and only thing I can tell him is all I wanna Superbowl more national championship I what did you do to impact others might what did you do to help other people like better themselves and you know for me that that's part of that conversation that I want to have with god like look you know you you provided this for me and this is what I did with the platform that you gave in other words you know the questions coming you wanna make sure you have a good answer most definitely when it does most definitely and fumbled my guests one of the causes that you're really involved with is the restoration of voting rights to people been convicted of certain crimes and completed their sentences why is that because so important you well I I thought it was big and and actually we we we we had a minute forget past here last November so that restore voting rights to one point four million formally convicted felons here in the state of Florida and and that was big because I feel like once you pay your debts to to society that should be the end of that I don't feel like you should continue to punish people for debts they've already paid for and I felt like you know in.

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"eric smith" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:02 min | 8 months ago

"eric smith" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"See the joy that it brought the city I don't know if I can describe it in words and it was it was unbelievable filling still have a connection with the city on but the just to bring that championship destiny met meant a lot employable my guest look I know you've never made an issue of this but it's still one of most amazing things I've ever seen in all the years I've done this I've never seen anything tougher than you taking that hit from Eric Smith the required seven plates in forty screws directly in your face you came back you played again if that's all you ever did that be amazing in and of itself but you've also got this passion for justice talk to me for a minute about that we're that come from why is that something you want to dedicate yourself to what I feel is an obligation that we have as professional athletes I think god has blessed us with a platform on and I don't want to one when it's all said and done for me to to have to stand before god and he asks me what did you do which of life and only thing I can tell in Missouri I won the Superbowl more national championship my what did you do to impact of these might what did you do to help other people like better themselves and you know for me that that's part of that conversation that I want to have with god like look you know you you provided this for me and this is what I deal with a platform that you gave in other words you know the questions coming you wanna make sure you have a good answer most bathroom when it does most definitely and pummeled my guess what the causes that you really involved with is the restoration of voting rights to people been convicted of certain crimes and completed their sentences why is that because so important you well I I thought it was big and and actually we we we we had a minute for get past your last November so that restore voting rights to one point four million formally convicted felons here in the state of Florida and and that was big because I feel like once you pay your debts that to society that should be in the back I don't feel like you should continue to punish people for debts they've already paid for and I felt like you know in.

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"eric smith" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:42 min | 8 months ago

"eric smith" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"In August because loose attorney Randall upshot doesn't dispute the death but does object to the murder charge at this point they have to try to show that it was a murder not that there was a death but it was a murder we never disputed that there's a death we never disputed that we knew what the death but we always stated that there was no murder just a little actually dispose Rossi's body and Hines park as centerline man has been charged with murder for allegedly stabbing his girlfriend police investigators say sixty nine year old William Faulkner asked police to do a welfare check and his girlfriend last Thursday night officers found the victim dead in the bathroom and when officers turned of Faulkner he put his hands behind his back and was arrested the victim who has not been identified was stabbed twice the company prosecutor Eric Smith says victims of domestic violence should call their local police departments or seek help from turning point an organization that helps domestic violence victims two cars virtually destroyed in a deadly crash on Detroit's west side early this morning Debbie WJZY Campbell was on scene and filed this report was about four thirty five o'clock when Steve selamba let out his dog in the area of Warren and hate and any heard a loud boom thought it was something out of the ordinary walked up to the corner and shot a really bad rack he says the two cars collided and one caught fire the other flipped on its roof I managed to take out a utility pole in the process the man in one car died at the scene you wish or late twenties early thirties the other driver fled slumber says it's a problem in the area speeders we have an extreme problem with speeders in this neighborhood kids yeah I just as you can see it's progressively getting worse I don't I've.

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Ex-Utica Eisenhower basketball coach charged in sexting incident

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 9 months ago

Ex-Utica Eisenhower basketball coach charged in sexting incident

"Macomb county girls high school basketball coach is arraigned today on two felonies for allegedly sexting a fourteen year old girl forty eight year old David Willman is accused of sending the tax to the fourteen year old girl he coached at Utica schools Eisenhower high the girl told her parents to call police welcome county prosecutor Eric Smith says willing claims

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What determines the price of gas? Here's some crude math

Kristian Garic and Seth Dunlap

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

What determines the price of gas? Here's some crude math

"Oil prices were up yet now coming down but gas prices still up so what gives WW well Jim hands reports it's not really unusual according to Eric Smith professor at two lanes institute of energy just a little bit of the delay effect we typically have a couple of weeks of oil supply in the refineries and the price of the gasoline that they make will be based on whatever their costs accrued is Smith says now if the crude price goes up that oil will get turned into gasoline and it will cost more it'll take awhile for that to work its way through the system Jim hands of W. W. well first

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"eric smith" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"eric smith" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Lowry. Eric smith. We just had on the show last hour. Down. He threw it down over the great frac-. You never saw that from quiet that level, especially we the north and doing it representing a country. You've never seen that in San Antonio. You never saw that out of Colli when he deferred Dunkin. No Blay and Parker. He didn't have to do it. Now, all of a sudden, he flipped the switch. You always hear that in sports. Can you flip the switch? A lot of people can do it. Some can't the superstars can do what they find a level where the gas tank is on empty, and they go to the reserve and they're able to get up a little higher, and throw it down. They're able to hit a home run. They're able to do something in an NFL game like Emmitt Smith with a separated shoulder and carry a team to another game. That's what the great ones do. cO. Why was never that player? Coli was a late player defensive player of the year. All NBA player a champion of finals MVP. He was never the player. Threw it down on Janas. He took away Janas manhood. He told Jaanus. No, no. I'm the guy going up against the warriors. He told that to Joel Embiid, and Ben Simmons and the process, the fraud. The process was built on losing on purpose so we can get more helpful in a bunch of guys. And they go nowhere. Co is the real deal. He's proven at t already but he's better than you thought he's now better than you ever imagined. He could be so Leonard brings an x factor to the NBA finals. That could be the difference in an upset in Toronto beating the warriors and ending the dynasty. And finally, this guy Steph curry playing as good as he's ever played, maybe because he has to because Durant his out. Boogie cousins is out eagle dollars been banged up a bit. Gimmie a little Steph curry going to the rim. Jerry.

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Leonard scores 35, Raptors beat Bucks 105-99 for 3-2 lead

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Leonard scores 35, Raptors beat Bucks 105-99 for 3-2 lead

"First, the Toronto Raptors one win away from their first ever trip to the NBA finals, step back triple. Did back to back triples for coli back to back to back triples for the raptors as Toronto Pez grabbed a four point lead. Eric smith. Fourth quarter call raptors radio network. The raptors erasing a fourteen point deficit. They beat the bucks in Milwaukee one, five ninety nine and go up three two in the Eastern Conference finals Kawhi Leonard thirty five points and a career high nine assists. Toronto can wrap up the series tomorrow night, game six at

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The Psychology of Circles

Curiosity Daily

06:54 min | 1 year ago

The Psychology of Circles

"You can play along at home with our first story just draw a circle simple as that grab a piece of paper and something to write with and get to it this might sound weird. But you can actually learn quite a bit about someone's background from the way they draw circle. There's actual data and science behind this. So don't worry. We're not just talking about some pseudoscience handwriting analysis kind of thing. Okay. Did you draw your circle? Well, here are a couple of fun facts. If you're American there's an eighty six percent chance that you draw your circles counterclockwise. But for people living in Japan eighty percent of people draw their circles in the opposite direction. This data comes from November twenty sixteen when Google released in AI game called quick draw. It was kind of like the game pictionary you'd start to draw something and then Google's algorithm would try. Guess what you were drawing in twenty seconds or less courts. Use data from the game to look at one hundred nineteen thousand unique circles to see how different people draw them. They found that the direction that you dry. Your circle is quote linked to geography and cultural upbringing deep-rooted and hundreds of years of written language in significant in developmental psychology. And trends in education today, unquote, the clockwise and counterclockwise patterns, probably come down to language Japanese and Chinese writing follows a strict stroke order with characters drawn from the top left in the direction of the bottom. Right. A nineteen eighty-five study showed that most people living in China druthers circles clockwise, possibly because of the clockwise strokes in semi cursive, Chinese calligraphy stroke order is so important in these countries, it can even signal your level of education on the flip side Americans are taught to draw shapes counterclockwise to prep their motor movements for what's called magic see letter formation as in the curve in the letters C G Q and oh test this out on your friends. And see what happens weirdly, my initials are c g and I just drew a circle, and I started at the bottom and did it clockwise. That's so weird. I know. Well, I I can't do it now because I'm too aware. I hope everyone knew drew a circle drew a circle before. I started talking if you dislike being cold as much as we do. Then you come to the right podcast because we have some tips from the world of physiology to help you understand how your body stays warm in the wintertime, or you know, whenever it's cold as reported by exercise physiologist, John Eric Smith for the conversation. Your blood does a lot of things while it's coursing through your body. It's carrying nutrients and oxygen and other important stuff. And it also brings heat produced in your muscles to your skin where it gets released when it gets cold around you your body moves blood to your torso to keep your vital organs warm at the same time. Your body sends less blood flow to your skin that means less heat makes it to your skin. Celeste heat gets lost here environment. This helps you hang on to your internal heat longer. You know, how you shiver and your teeth chatter when you get really cold that's because bodies cranking up your muscle activity to help you stay warm that movement actually helps you break down more nutrients to crank. Up your internal heat. People lose heat at different rates, depending on their body size body fat and metabolic activity to smaller people with less body, fat lose more heat than larger people with more body. Fat more muscle. Mass means more heat gets produced and more body fat works as an insulator. So there's less heat loss. So let's get into how you can stay warm, obviously, warm clothing as helpful like, a hat and coat and gloves. But believe it or not it's a myth that most of your heat escapes through your head. Remember how I said your blood rushes to your torso to keep in vital organs worm? Well, that's why a coat will do you a lot more good than hat. If you had to pick one of the other, you'll keep your limbs warmer. If you keep your torso warm since that'll help, you keep a steady blood flow something else, they can help you. Stay warm is being physically active doing jumping jacks or running around makes your muscles contract, which breaks down more nutrients, which dinner is extra heat, but layers of clothing and physical activity can tip the balance past what you need to offset heat loss. If that happens. Get an increase in body temperature. And your body will start sweating to try to cool down, and that's bad. Because then you'll deal with more heat laws when your sweat evaporates one more thing that can help you stay warm though, eating your body. Temperature will go up when your body is busy breaking down food. That's why if you go camping you may want to have a snack before bed. So you stay warmer while you sleep hope that helps us they warm this winter or next winter if it's warm wherever you are right now, we'll wrap up today with a trick to keep you from choking under pressure choking is the thing. Researchers have actually studied for years they've found that we perform better the more. We have to gain. But only up to a certain point when we have too much to gain. We tend to mess up. Even if we're doing something we do every day. In other words, we choke. You might get sweaty palms or even feel nauseous, but choking is mostly a mental affliction the potential reward or loss of reward distracts you from the task at hand and your performance level drops choking shows up on brain scans as heightened activity in the ventral. Stratum that's the part of your brain where you analyze risk and reward. So November twenty eighteen a team of researchers from the California Institute of technology published a study on how to change your thinking to stop from choking. They gave participants hand eye coordination tests, which came with rewards ranging from zero to a hundred dollars for successfully completing the challenge in some cases, researchers asked participants to reimagined their situation or use what's called cognitive reappraisal strategy. The reward structure didn't change, but they were told to imagine the reward amount in cash already sitting in their pocket as they perform the task, basically, they imagined they already had that reward and participants choked substantially less when they used this reappraisal trick than when they thought of themselves as striving for a prize MRI scans also showed that reappraisal reduced the amount of activity in that risk and reward focused ventral stratum. It's not a perfect fix reappraisal didn't prevent all choking. But for an easy purely mental shift. It was a surprisingly. Effective antidote. So the next time you're trying for a major reward whether it's the World Series or a lifetime supply of chicken nuggets. Just imagine. It's already yours. You're not trying to prove you deserve. Something new. You're just confirming you deserve. What you have in the first place. This ad free. Episode was brought to you by our patrons special. Thanks to Bob. Buckley, read and Emily for your support on patriot. We really appreciate it. You can support curiosity. Daily to my mom just did. She did just visit our patriotic page at patriotair dot com slash curiosity dot com. All spelled out. No amount is too small. And we've got lots of cool bonus rewards to say thanks to our patrons. One more time. That's patriot dot com slash curiosity dot com. Join us again tomorrow for the award winning curiosity daily. Learn something new in just a few minutes. I'm Cody gov, and I'm Ashley Hamer and stay curious. On the Westwood One podcast network.

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"eric smith" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"eric smith" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"There could be a few slick spots early on this Tuesday. And again on this Tuesday night overall, it'll be colder the complete AccuWeather forecast. Coming up that's meteorologist Carl babinski right now. It's cloudy. Forty one degrees for Detroit. WWE news time three oh five a pair of Detroit. Police officer suspended following a controversial post on social media police chief James Craig announcing the suspensions of corporal, Gary Steele, and his partner who remains unnamed last week the eighteen year veteran of the department made racially insensitive comments during a video posted Snapchat as part of this investigation. We have learned that there may be some cultural issues emanating out of the six precinct on one watch or one shift that they worked. So we have lost. What we call an environmental audit to make an assessment of the work environment. Well, our focuses on these two officers. We certainly want to root out any such behavior during the investigation. Police learned about a similar incident around Christmas two thousand seventeen involving the same officer who allegedly took last week Snapchat. Video of a young African American woman. He had pulled over a local high school girls basketball coach has been accused of sex crimes for engaging in what authorities say has been a sexual relationship with a seventeen year old player mccone county. Prosecutors charging Forty-three-year-old let Thuan Turner with four counts of criminal sexual conduct one count of gross indecency Turner coach at New Haven high school was arrested Saturday in a vehicle outside of a hotel in Warren prosecutor, Eric Smith is reminding parents to stay vigilant, you know,.

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"eric smith" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"eric smith" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Here's business editor Murray thousand there will be a jobs report today at scheduled for the month of January, even though some eight hundred thousand federal workers were off the job because of the government shutdown the Labor Department and the bureau of labor statistics, which compile the information were not affected by the shutdown. They have funding approved through September of this year. So those employees were still out there collecting the data some of that data though may have been impacted by the government shutdown. We'll have to wait and see what the numbers look like when they come out at eight thirty this morning right now, the Dow futures are up about thirty seven points, Detroit. Police are asking for help in locating a missing teen girl on this cold morning. Sixteen year old Aaliyah Clark was last seen. Yesterday at two pm at her home on Tyler street Clark suffers from a mental health condition. She left wearing a black sweater black jacket Brown. Ugh. Boots a red bandanna and blue skinny jeans. Anyone with information is asked to call Detroit. Police. It's a case that sparked a lot of outrage from animal lovers across metro Detroit and across the country. Actually, a mccone county man is charged after the brutal killing of a dog. Then he should not have had in the first place. Here's our Lauren Barth whole twenty two year old Alexander girth from Utica appeared in court on Thursday, charged with one count of killing torturing an animal he allegedly stabbed his two year old mixed breeds sterling to death before leaving him under a grant park picnic table. And the frigid cold girth was denied ownership of the dog because of his former living situation, so he convinced his friend now roommate to adopt sterling the charges a four year felony prosecutor, Eric Smith says there will be no plea bargaining in the case, Lauren Barth old w w. Jay NewsRadio nine fifty you'll before you bite into a big game snack on Super Bowl Sunday. You might want to hear what it takes to burn it off. And. W w j Laura hill has the breakdown on the calorie count two handfuls of potato chips, you'd have to run forty nine football fields to burn it off says, Dr Charles Platt, kin editor of diet detective, the whole idea is not to depress you it's supposed to excite you. Because the whole idea is to think through what is splurge were-they Super Bowl Sunday is the biggest day for food gorging in the US Dr Atkins says you should enjoy yourself. Just think a little bit make sure your mind, but when you're eating it and make sure that you know, you're eating it. So look at the food eat it. Slowly, don't you? Stop it down Dr plaque in suggests if you decide to have a beer, drink a light beer. Save a few calories Laura by Nell WW, J NewsRadio nine fifty and we'll talk about the Super Bowl next with Tony w w j news time six fourteen. When I had my brother, take me places. It was always like we have to get.

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"eric smith" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"eric smith" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"With the state's retailers ringing up an average of eighty five thousand tickets an hour up to split the money would within the off his work. I'll keep my job. First and foremost, my family gets taken care of and a lot of charities and you'll hear the numbers tonight on W W J McCollum county jail Dr under fire accused a criminal sexual conduct on the job. We have details. Live and local from WWE. Jay's Mike Campbell. Mike McComb county prosecutor has charged a contract medical employ four the McComb county jail with criminal sexual conduct in the second degree. And they say that Steve cogs well had to photos of it on his cell phone when they got him prosecutor Eric Smith says dwells actions in August. And September were an outrageous abuse of power now faces second degree criminal sexual conduct charges and the McComb county sheriff wicker sham is expected to have more details about this case little later this morning. Make sure you stay with NewsRadio nine fifty will be. They're bringing the latest reporting live Mike Campbell w j NewsRadio nine fifty a sexual assault happening inside Detroit high school. It's central high school of deep ESCD school on the city's west side. Prosecutors say a fifteen year old boy lured a fifteen year old girl out of a classroom by taking to cell cellphones from her desk. She followed him into the hallway where prosecutors allege he grabbed her by the neck forced her into a back stairwell and down the steps where he assaulted her. He's been charged with two counts of first degree criminal sexual conduct and four counts of criminal sexual conduct third degree and also larceny. A judge ordered a twenty five thousand dollar cash bond, and if posted he cannot have contact with the victim or any potential witness and a spokesperson with deep ESCD says the teen will not be returning to central high school. He's due back in court later this month. Stephanie Davis WW, Jane NewsRadio nine fifty..

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"eric smith" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"eric smith" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"McComb county prosecutor Eric Smith there his family was in the courtroom. They left without comment. She again without bond denied is in custody due back in court September twenty seventh for a pretrial conference reporting live and local in Warren, John Hewitt, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty from Warren to Detroit two suspects in custody in that shooting, which left the young Detroit girl dead her mother critically injured. Newsradio nine fifty Zara. Uber. Joining us live and local with that. Zara Jason police say a man broke into a home on Linden near evergreen and shot. A woman sixteen times leaving her in critical condition as you said her five year old daughter shot once in the head and has died investigative work led police to execute. A search warrant at a house about two miles away where they fatally shot a man who may or may not have been involved in that original shooting. Police say he had an AK forty seven style weapon pointed at officers chief James Craig says, they arrested a woman that home who was the sister of the mother. We have information that the mother and her siblings sisters have been gone involved in an ongoing dispute, we believe that that's part of this tragedy. Some of the witnesses have reported hours before that. There was a very loud argument, not physical between the sisters police also arrested the alleged shooter, not at that home. Craig says there was heroin at the house. They rated and other arrests were made they expect to serve more search warrants reporting live and local from outside of Detroit police headquarters is over w w j NewsRadio nine fifty new problem on I ninety four and a vehicle fire on the Reuther, Tracy mccaskill, traffic and weather next warning over seventy five percent of Americans are.

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Don’t be duped by fake rideshare drivers, safety campaign urges

24 Hour News

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Don’t be duped by fake rideshare drivers, safety campaign urges

"Rideshare with? Care KCBS mortgage shave reports that's the name of just launched education campaign in San Francisco aimed at keeping rideshare passengers safe. The rideshare safety campaign offers three tips if we can do all those three things were more likely to be safer San Francisco district. Attorney George Gascon says I verify the license plate number color making model of the car on the AP second confirm your driver's name basket. Hey, what's your name supposed to be George and either give you Tony or give you something else? Don't get in that car and finally share your location and destination with someone you trust. And her husband speaks for Uber. The safety features that are built into rap don't work unless you're in the right, car Lubar won't know who your driver is if you get into the wrong car, and neither will you. There have been a number of reports a fake rideshare drivers people posing drivers and committing crimes including a man dubbed the rideshare rapist. Ooh. Uber now has a safety feature in the app for both drivers. And passengers a one button push to connect to nine one

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"eric smith" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"eric smith" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Argument I don't want it to happen, I don't think it's going to happen but. Let's just, say two of the Spurs I'm sorry two of the warriors starters get hurt next. Year and, they're out for the year I mean you there's no way that you can say just because goes to Toronto along with daddy green that they're all of a sudden going. To be the team from the. East there's no way you can say one of those LA teams. Isn't going, to be able to challenge I mean that's. First of all we haven't even started we gotta. Get, anywhere close to the season tipping also there could be more roster moves Eric Smith of, the Toronto Raptors play by play network believe that. There will be some more roster moves we don't know. What, the final products will look like anyway. It's just so far in the distance it's like me trying to give. You my Super. Bowl pick right now oh my gosh that's one of the things about getting close to training. Camps that, I'm so excited about? Quickly I mean what's your. Super Bowl The thousands of Super Bowl picks that we. Will have, around the country because What could you possibly do with your. Time that would be any, more, entertaining than making a. Super Bowl picking. August Jack is listening in Texas Jack welcome to after hours CBS sports radio Thank you Toronto I think they've lost their. Mind I can't believe they got rid of that. Guy Yeah A lot of people out of got rid on on the raptors to try to make it. Work he's not one of. Them I, mean you heard their play by play guy talking about how the best considered the best player in franchise. History One of the Right there with Tracy McGrady in this guy, wants to, stay you know and, and you know You, don't recycle why and he's. Gone and you just you just. Gave up a guy in oh, we'll talk about rebuilding you you might not get. That guy you might be Sacramento or Orlando and you might be losing for a long, time so, that's a good point I mean I think the guy. Special he. He's one, of the best scores in the league. I know I heard, these people in. The national media, today talking about he's not an all, star, in the west I mean. He can score it as good. As anybody anybody especially to guard, in the west he's in he's incredible and I. Wish him all the best Got a. Guy that wants to stay there and You know it's. Pretty dumb, you know and he has his moments. I mean he's he's be, Cleveland in playoff games you beat him with career Urban and lowland LeBron twice they did, the Eastern Conference finals. Two years ago three years ago sorry any showed up. In the, playoffs and other series to all I'm, saying is this this isn't the guy this, isn't the. Guy. I'm, trying to get rid. Of I mean I. Might get, rid of everybody, else but, this this guy's not is. He's no, he's staying yeah no I agree with. You it feels like that I mean I don't know what, else Toronto offered. Maybe that was. The, bottom line in order to get collide Danny green you're half to give up tomorrow, Rosen and the raptors. Definitely need to make changes but I would agree with. You it, feels like everybody else would have been, a better change and the guy who wants, to be. There. So, desperately and is one. Of your franchise scores Yeah and and we also. Never sink why play without three hall of famers in the hall of fame coach and we'll see how the fit. Is and he's gonna leave anyway so First year coach I mean that's getting used to a new system I mean winning in the playoffs it's not gonna be easy so you know good luck to. Them You know he's a he's always seemed. Like a stand up guy I'm not a Spurs fan I'm a. Massive, fan so this is, an unbiased opinion so I think San Antonio got a pretty good deal and. I think somebody's. Going to, be inspired in Toronto very soon well. Somebody already, has been so we'll..

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2018 NBA Playoffs: New Orleans Pelicans thwart Portland Trail Blazers in series opener, hold on for 97-95 victory

CBS Sports Radio

01:16 min | 2 years ago

2018 NBA Playoffs: New Orleans Pelicans thwart Portland Trail Blazers in series opener, hold on for 97-95 victory

"Three for their seventeenth straight win overall it was this insatiable all around play of ben simmons that led the way the biggest difference i've noticed with this first game than the regular season is you gotta be locked in simmons was certainly locked in finishing with seventeen points fourteen assists nine rebounds jj radic twenty eight points marco bell and e poured in twenty five off the bench the raptors were looking to snap a ten game losing streak and playoff series opener's who was a three point game against the wizards answering the fourth until surgery baca led the toronto charge triple works parsi now back to the nearside lightweight what walk toronto eric smith raptors radio network the raptors and their game one drought rallying past the wizards won fourteen one zero six sixty balk at twenty three points twelve boards the marta rose in at seventeen in the west the pelicans anthony davis was determined to get his first career playoff win and with the help of regime rondo andrew holiday he got it racing to the other end mccollum shoot cellini three knocked it in it beats the buzzer but it won't beat the pelicans and new orleans on the road is the sixth seed takes down the blazers here in game one sean kelly pelicans radio network ninety.

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"eric smith" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"eric smith" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The tide diana talked down guide on a lava lamp you'd be examined by a physician to see if you needed medication and it was free after nineteen sixty seven the clinic continued as a medical refuge and it's compassionate approach endured through the harder drugs of the '70s and the aids epidemic of the 80s eric smith remembers visiting about fifteen years ago he was living on the streets and using heroin and women there is a whole bunch people hanging out with school how can we hope you people were eating some grow asif was hungry she wrote me register in peru though you know it was very welcoming our new film nervous or shame in their eric eventually got silver and today he works for the clinic these days the challenges include opioid aids and math and a housing crisis that has pushed homeless people into the streets eric likes to visit the tense that homeless residents have pitched on sidewalks or under bridges is heartbreaker immune i'll tell you i used to be hauling shoji but you're right here saw unfamiliar also for someone who's come from the pit i actually really care i feel for these individuals he brings bandages and toiletries snacks and dry sucks up ahead eric see some new faces their guys immediately sought a man and a woman cuddled together on top of thin sleeping bags have no time just a shopping cart and a cooler doing good left a so all you guys you guys leave medical traditional sean and cat came to the city a month ago air tells them where to get free meals and even showers he urges them to drop by the clinic you guys use mean i'm.

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"eric smith" Discussed on We The People

We The People

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"eric smith" Discussed on We The People

"And then secondly brandeis of course helped developed our our understanding of privacy and he understood perfectly the danger that these companies would pose ultimately privacy which is the one where if somebody is looking over your shoulder you you lose the ability to be an independent thinker that you're always worried about pleasing your audience you're always worried that would ever thought that you are turning over in your head could ultimately become broadcast to the world and so you would become more cautious as a thinker and its gobsmacked seeing that in this country there is no law protecting your data there there was a protect health data there was a protect financial data but there's really no comprehensive data protection law in the end these companies have amassed their power on the basis of their surveillance ghul eric smith chairman of google says it he can anticipate where you're going to be 24 hours from now based on all of the data that they've massed about you and i think he's probably paid so i'm we've toiled in the privacy trenches together but and you propose a kind of data privacy commission along the european model but are things that much better in europe where europe is on the is on the on the brink of ushering in a much more comprehensive data protection regime and americans are fairly dismissed it so it's it's easy to scuffled with the europeans have done over time and they've made some serious missteps like i think that the right to be forgotten is is something we both you and i would have problems with but the european started off with this instinct that these companies were dangerous they were doing it off in for culturally nationalists reasons in europeans don't necessarily have the same anti monopoly tradition that we have it's a it's an environment that's going to celebrated cartels over its belong sweep of modern european history but.

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