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Fresh update on "freddie" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show
"It again if I have to, But there's no reason I should to do that again. And quote. It's so refreshing to hear because you have so many players that just don't listen to the veterans at the rookie symposiums. Yep, and they're telling you, man, Don't trust agents or whatever members keep high on your paper. And don't just guard everything. Because you have so many vultures that are going to try and take. What's that? You earned? Yep. Mm. A lot of guys just don't listen, I don't want to. The list is long man of guys that have cream Abdul Jabbar. We're going down the list of guys that had the money. Taken from their quote, trusted managers, Alvin Great job about a year. I know I'll never get the late Tom Petty said about money, He said, You should always know what every dime is because if you don't They do not want to hear that Uncle Harry are on. Jill has your money They're gonna say Mr Petty. We want our money and we want it Now, If you don't know where your money is going, you don't have anybody to blame but yourself wise words of the late great Tom Petty and the wise action when it does the album tomorrow, the running back of the Saints. He's in Fitzsimmons and Freddie Coleman. Together. We are Freddie and Fitz Simmons on ESPN Radio, the ESPN app and suit as a child. 80. We know beauty pageants can get serious. Anybody seen Miss Congeniality? The movie knows exactly. I'm talking about When it came to the missus missus free like a pageant. That's when things got ugly. The reigning Miss World whose charm a name was Caroline jury announced on Friday. She had to give up her crown. Here's why, during the crowning ceremony to give the crown to somebody else pushed peak of the silver, it seems that the aforementioned Miss Julie snatched the tear off her head, claiming that she is divorced, which is get the pageant rules of being Mrs. Silver clarified that she s separated, not divorced and guess what happened. She allegedly was injured and jury was arrested and released on bail after being put in jail. That is taking a pageant way too seriously. Are you surprised? Those ladies man. Hey, it's nasty, but you have have you seen the movie, Little Miss Sunshine from the age of 8 80. It is going to be Wow. Nasty Mrs. Three. Lakha had a W W t moment break out because of misinformation. Remember, the Internet never lies. If you want to believe that with US box or something. I don't know, but she us that tiara for heaven's put it that way. It supports it on that coming your way Next, there's been friendly Fitzsimmons on a mighty ESPN radio. God bless him really keep hold back Tuesday, and it's Russ or bus for one NFL franchise, not name. The Seahawks will tell you who that is, and why they're out of options at the quarterback position. Key shot J will is Super Tuesday morning. ESPN radio. Anyone who has ever needed self storage knows what a has a lick and B. You have to rent her, borrow a truck and then find someone to help you move your stuff, and let's face it. Moving furniture and heavy items without damaging them isn't easy. Renting the unit is worse. The hidden fees and admin costs are scarier than the dingy facilities. You're leaving your stuff in. Why not use closet box? Instead, closet boxes, self storage without leaving home, They'll pick up your belongings, stored them securely.
Pressure Builds Over Restrictive Voting Bills in Texas
"Prominent Texas corporations this week joined the call to protect voting rights, and that drew a verbal tirade from Governor Greg Abbott. We have American airlines, we have a TNT. We have a Dell computers away and others who have taken a position against the election law reforms we met in the state of Texas work, the C E O tzar of these companies and the leaders of these companies admitted. I had no idea what the Texas lost said, or whether Texas proposed law say before taking a position against it. They need to stay out of politics, especially when they have no clue what they're talking about. Grassroots opposition to these bills continues to grow on Thursday about 100 voting rights activists gathered outside the 18 T corporate headquarters in downtown Dallas. As Kate, You're raised. Christopher Connelly reports. It's part of a statewide campaign to pressure corporations to oppose Republican bills that would make it harder to vote. The activists want to send a message stand on the side of voting rights or be party to an ugly new chapter in Texas history. So why? No Pastor Freddie Haynes of French of West Baptist Church says Over the summer a TNT declared that black lives matter. But now the company's failing to support black people's right to vote right now. In Texas voter suppression is going on in the name of voter integrity, but all of us ain't fallen for the okey doke because we recognize It has ugly Route A TNT released a statement saying the right to vote is sacred and calling it the single best way to ensure everyone's voice is heard. It didn't mention the sweeping GOP bills, which would limit early voting band drive through voting and make it a crime to proactively send out vote by mail applications. Jane Hamilton is from the Barbara Jordan Leadership Institute. This is not a time for any corporation to sit on the sideline for Worth based American Airlines and round Rock based Dell Technologies have opposed the legislation. If the activists have their way. Morte, CSIS companies will follow suit. I'm
Fresh update on "freddie" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show
"A decade Matsuyama. Just relaxing in the airport with his green jacket, denim and even then you have a suit bag to this thing manner. There's old green right there with his caddie and in a couple of other buddies just hanging out in the airport, scrolling Twitter or Instagram, right, having a cup of Joe and Augusta, the appoint Augusta in Atlanta on the lot. Okay. One from Augusta Atlanta. Part of fly to Florida, I guess, yeah. And just know private plane don't not. No, no. Just another dude. Whether whether green jacket you know, and Lord knows how many endorsements already rolling in just flying commercial like you like me with his boys. After winning it the Masters just chilling at the airport. That's about the change that lava fields, however, is big endorsements. All right, Remember when Jordan speech won it back in 15 and Kevin playing from under arm Rose, like, send the biggest plane we have down to pick that dude up. He ain't flying commercial. We got him. Never again, Padecky. I'm good God, it is discredit coffee on me. Guys Want some doughnuts? Whatever. I'm grown up hearing, grab some here the counter at the old food court in any airport. Well, now he can act with all the money he has to get actually by the airport in the land if you wanted to bully just chillin going commercial after after knowing what's gonna be his doorstep. Can you imagine having that pressure media fans know exactly no and went out there and win the Masters ice in his veins. I mean, one day, well done a decade. Matsuyama while done, he's seeing Fitz Simmons. I'm Freddie Coleman's appreciate you joining us a Freddie Fitzsimmons and tell my guesthouse by to hang out with us. They're here, thanks to the Goodyear Hotline. You may not know this defensive players name because we know how that goes when it comes to the NFL, But your team gets him. You may be getting an all pro Steele. He joins us next on ESPN radio. Well, the countdown is on to the 2021 NFL draft. Join me. L Duncan Kevin Negandhi. Full coverage of the first three rounds on ESPN radio coverage begins Thursday, April 29 7 Eastern on ESPN Radio and the ESPN app. It's time for some straight talk. Sure saving money feels good, but cutting your wildest bill in half that feels really good. Like walk off home run in the ninth inning. Kind of good, Okay? Maybe not that good, but pretty darn good. We're straight talk..
"freddie" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"You're right and fred acknowledged to us that after Rosemary passed away. He went through a period of depression. He gained about one hundred pounds and one night. Freddie and fred. Were watching the lakers on television and notice. His dad was having a hard time moving. You can hear him breathing and freddie at age twelve basically get so concerned that he takes close of his dad's throws it at him and says you need to go to the hospital tonight. Just sit in that room same hospital. My mom's.
Atlanta Braves and Philadelphia Phillies to meet at Citizens Bank Park
"Shortened 60 game season last year. Baseball returns to the full slate of 162 games. The Braves Open in Philly today is W S. B. J Black reports. There's unfinished business. Atlanta's rebuild its rotation with the additions of Drew Smiley and Charlie Morton, who quickly see the Braves formula. So good dudes that just buy into what's going on. It's very rare professional sport where you have so many different guys that they all like each other. And Freddie Freeman anchors and elite line up with Ronald Akunyili, while Max Freed gets his first opening day start, was excited. Something that you dream about something that you work for top prospect. Christian Pasha is also rookie of the Year candidate. But the division is much tougher first pitch just after three around 9000 fans will be in the stands in Philadelphia today. The brace will allow about 13,000 for next week's home opener.
Twins bench coach Mike Bell dies of cancer at 46
"Red's organization Mourning the passing of Cincinnati native and brother manager David Bell. Mike Bell Mike it was a bench coach with the Minnesota Twins died at the age of 46 Friday after a battle with kidney cancer read Spanish David Bell is currently with his family. Bench. Coach Freddie Benavidez is acting manager this weekend as the Reds wrapping up spring training the Reds and Cactus League action on Friday afternoon, beating the Arizona Diamondbacks 7 to 3. They were turned a good year later tonight when they host the Chicago Copes. Pregame coverage begins here on the Big One at 8 35. First pitch is at 905. Following Saturday's game. The Reds will have two more games in
Minnesota Twins Coach Mike Bell Dies at 46
"The Reds organization mourning the passing of Cincinnati native and brother manager David Bell. Mike Bell. Mike it was a bench coach with the Minnesota Twins died at the age of 46 Friday after a battle with kidney cancer. Reds manager David Bell is currently with his family bench. Coach Freddie Benavidez is acting manager this weekend. As the Reds wrapping them spring
Dallas pastor among those rallying in favor of George Floyd Act in Texas
"Groups across Texas, a rallying and Austin and support of the George Floyd Act, which is being discussed in a committee hearing this week. We have come to Austin, Texas. Honor the legacy of George Floyd and say to George Floyd, a native Texan. Your death is not in vain. Pastor Freddie Haynes with Friendship West Church West Baptist Church in Dallas, says the legislation is long overdue. It would ban choke holds and in arrests over Class C misdemeanors, a typically bring fines. Floyd died last year in Minneapolis police custody.
Frederico Lucifredi and the Taxonomy of Indecision
"Today. We are joined by federico literally freddie and frederico are you physically. I'm in boston actually today. I'm in Right heads westford office. He came in and just so that he could record from from my quiet location. Okay cool so you're in boston so you must live. I knew a bunch of people who lived in boston and they've all left. I think the big dig had something to do with it. That was a pretty difficult time for traffic but the way behind. So you did a talk at open source summit about the taxonomy of indecision and i guess we just start with this concept of decision-making inc's are in businesses. And i think you have a bit of things you want to talk about about what not to do in making decisions. Inc's or just making decisions varies a lot. there's really a lot and i think that the place that i came from is that you have you have an organization that is tasked with building something and in software or it nineteen general. You need to make decisions to be able to build something You to decide what is outside of the project as much as what's inside and as a matter of fact the beginning. It's much more important to decide. What's not to the project and In different types of organizations there are different types of anti patterns in terms of The friction or the difficulty that you may have getting these decisions. It may be resistance commitment at all levels and there could be some kind of cowardice. I don't want to be responsible for this project. If things go badly and it has my fingerprint on it. It's funny because the only people who think that way our five hundred nine nine in line for to blame but there is There is quite a bit of that. And i can say that he's all sorts of reasons. Yeah that's valid. Say that's the number one. Reason is people. Don't want to take the blame back. I agree with that completely. Yeah it depends. It depends whether you're facing managers that don't want to take a decision or jokey third or whether you're facing people are directly benefiting from the project on not so and i think that's the reason why not taking the blame standout so much because often you need people that are on other teams commenced to your project. Let's say i'm shipping a product. I tried i will need The the team that manages the package repositories or to container registry to ship. My software eventually and While that is their job it's really not measured in terms of the five hundred containers this year or did you ships do hundred painters. This year factor is coming and asking for one more container doesn't do anything for them. It's just extra work so You could legitimately see somebody. That's another part of saying well. Yes getting line We have no hurry chips or the way i like to think about. This is if i Let's say i need a computer host and for one of my projects. And i need it to go and provide provision technically. That's it's job but again same pattern. They're not measure them. How many computers or how many b. m.'s ship. They are just measured on. Whatever their vice-president decided they should be my shirt which is usually very disconnected somewhat the customers care. About how much money did you save last year. Yeah exactly so. Typically you care about that not really but that's what the vita. Vp is being measured so When he goes and says i need i need a server and have a patchy on it and An esa felt certificate. Because i'm gonna make these secure connections eighty terabytes of storage for packages and it needs to live for the next six years. Because it's going to be life cycle of the project. And i would like that next week. Probably not gonna even get the nicer by next week in most most companies. What is going to happen is that they're going to need to fill a lot of forms. Buddy if we leave aside what actually happens their stocks process. It's is what is what is interesting here. I just added something to their to do list. There is no benefit for them. It's not making them look. Better in front of their vice. President is just more worker so from their point of view from bareback. Their negotiation the point of view. This project is zero value. It's just a cost. If i can be dissuaded go away with enough paperwork or enough friction or come back next year when we have a fresh q. And that's that's only benefit now. Obviously people try to do their job. individuals usually have their heart in the right places but there are mechanical and this is the automatic result so The way i look at this is their back. Nah their best alternative to negotiation with me is for me to give up and How do you change that while the most of this thing is that you could use your temper. And then suddenly they have to fight you. And their alternative to a negotiated settlement suddenly became. Let's just agree. It's much better than having a fight but that obviously is not the way we want to do things so the question is how do you get some movement without opening a can of woobox which is terrible federico are you saying that this dysfunction this disconnection between the different groups. What's causing the indecision as in you. Give this example. I've got a product. I need to ship i have. I rely on an ops team or some kind of a team. That's going to deliver that artifact for me but they're so difficult to work within dot interested in my project but it doesn't help them at all that that's where me going back to having this product might decide to not bother with the project because the other teams in my organization and do difficult to work with and that's the way it happens because you have organizations that are tens of thousands of people so you'll have the people that are part of the media organization that cares about the project So let's say i'm part of the storage organization and highly make storage products. That are maybe five hundred people in my group and we make storage if I come up with or somebody about me. Comes up with an idea for a new storage products and tells me to make it happen. We are committed to the strategy after we debated long enough but there are other fourteen thousand five hundred people and red hats that are not part of storage. Their mission is not to ship new storage. They're parts of other silos and therefore they had different priorities and different objectives. That's perfectly normal. The problem is that incorporates structures typically Success comes from having objectives that come from the customer and so the the product shipping organization. Better be blinded until the customer. Otherwise you failed already but the internal You know groups the ones that we usually call cost centers. Those are usually very removed from the customer. They have very abstract idea. What what the customer wants. Russia's example of lead you save budget and sure because somebody doesn't want the price to be too high but that's three or four orders of effect removed from from what the customer back for whether we named on it or not so there is. There is a little bit of a problem of getting lost in the fact that the for groups have different priorities. And i think the way. I like to rationalize it there We have okay ours as a way to to measure performance at least and nineteen think okay. Ours are the best thing available. We're gonna debate to that. But supposedly it's the state of the art.
Lawsuit calls Deshaun Watson a 'serial predator' with 16 lawsuits against him now alleging sexual assault
"Another day. More allegations, lawsuits and things being said involving Houston Texans quarterback to Shawn Watson. We're up to 16 lawsuits. Now. One of those lawsuits called the Shawn Watson, a serial predator. His lawyer, Rusty Hard, said in the statement that his law firm has strong evidence showing that one of the lawsuits alleging sexual assault against his client is false and that it calls into question the legitimacy of the other cases as well. NBC Houston sports reporter Vanessa Bridges and put on Twitter at Sports Vanessa. She reported details under Sean watching allegations and that multiple sources close to the situation told her the shot watching did have sexual counters with some of the accusers. But those sources insist those encounters were completely consensual. Ryan Smith, ESPN legal analysts in Angola Junior What is the timeline for when this becomes a legal process involving the Shawn Watson? All civil right now? For civil cases, it can take months or longer. We're talking about first, their service of process which I assume and some of these cases might have already happened. We don't know for sure, then typically to sort of watch inside will answer these claims. Then you go to the point where Norman. In many cases, you might see this. In this case, Shawn Watson's lawyers will ask to have the case dismissed. We'll see how judges view that then you go in the process of different like discovery. Proceed to trying to establish the jury or or otherwise. So these things take a long time. And typically, what you might say is well, maybe it settles. Maybe it goes away pretty quickly. It was pretty clear that John Watson said he wasn't Least initially was not interested in settling this. And now that you have such a large volume, it does seem like settlement is much more unlikely than it was in the beginning of this process. So this is the kind of thing that can take a very long time, months, if not longer. And now the NFL's also doing their own investigation here, Freddie I mean 16 civil suits now filed against the Shawn Watson from different 16 different miss uses. I reserve judgment until everything you know until everything it plays out. I guess that's the one the most responsible thing to do. Now, in the court of public opinion, that never happens. I mean to Shawn Watson is already you know it is brand. His name has been Just absolute tarnished by by most people across this country and in college, folk, college and pro football fans. Personally, I reserve judgment until I judgment has been rendered. One way or another. But pretty not talked about this briefly last night. Something just doesn't smell right. Don't know. I don't know what it is said that when they heard it, 12 and a very rapid escalation to 16, and no criminal charges have been brought against the Shawn Watson yet, right? Something isn't passing the smell test, but we'll figure out what that is. Why, Once a judgment in order 16 judgements have been rendered one way or
How businesses can leverage blockchain technologies
"Hello and welcome. I'm your host. Peter found the rough anywhere consulting in today's episode. We will talk about blockchain. We'll discuss how growing companies may approach blockchain. What they can get out from blockchain based technologies and how they can create meaningful products with blockchain to discuss the topic. I invited feted. Spencer from any volk analytics. Hey freddie. I'm glad you're with us today so i start. What led you to blockchain. So basically i studied computer science business and that's more than twenty years ago but the thing is why i mentioned is that i always like to work on the building bridges between different compartments. Are you know science studies. Whatever network as a project manager internet agency for almost two years as the head of project management than the internal consulting education and stuff like that so it was always like translating save agency. Translating the marketing requirements into developers Can prevent whatever and online shop or website. Or something like that. And i guess you could say that this is sort of an also too much in that the actual one was my co founder. Peter in twenty fifteen and told me auditorium and like this is a cryptocurrency is good made make fiat Obsolete ambience great vision and all on. I got interested. And i want a couple of coins and basically just seeing coats and do we got to find on rabbit hole as a say in the year and reading more learning more about it fascination grew and so this was eating out my my evenings and nights and everything in life was sort of like well you know can be. It can talk on something else and things like that eventually in two thousand eighteen. I did the jump and said okay gonna do full-time crypto. Always a great experience with making my hobby. My job right. So that's one of the dream come. True trump basically. If you can do what you love to do to pay it. So and that's what i did and taking the jump and basically what fascinates me about blockchain is again that is bridging a lot of different disciplines and means different things one. If people give the economic things could be speculation financial assets could be technology agrees society change be making the better place because the losing potential south is higher than the north. It's just i. I liked to compare to the internet and the ninety s is like what is the internet and back then. There was a difficult question. Maybe someone answer and you can have a website. Their emails of analogy no more against the giants of this world came out of it and having business models that nobody ever dreamed of potential marching. And that's basically making fascination thank you. That's an amazing journey. You have the skills to understand. High-profile technologies like blockchain. Because you have the background in set technologies but for those who didn't how would you explain and this is like the more general question that anyone can get. I guess what blockchain case and what it can do for you as a business so. The obvious answer is to answer the for blockages ledger technology. So alleger where facts are noted. Let's put it most journal way possible. And it is saved a lot of different places and all participants of this network agreed on this on the state of that information which means also that. It is always complete the orders. The same order which is in in bookkeeping accountants would be great and understanding blockchain's the always the sole disagreement network much like the internet servers. Talk to each other and then recording append only information so they can never be any deletion. What is occasions. So there has been consensus reached and this high-tech and there's different technologies. Actually there is not one much of many different blockchain's because it's a nascent technology and the standard as we know it it's on the internet is not there yet so racist open which one's gonna be the predominant standard and the two to come back to businesses. Is that like i said with the internet. The use cases are pretty much limitless. Or i think all the begin. Think about maori. Or i in the process of developing is just the tip of the iceberg. In sense of what. We're gonna be seeing next five years or so because Nyse music distribution basically also consuming music and this design marketing talks about that. You know high novel south yet
Market Power To The Beeple
"So after digital artist mike biebel winkelmann decided to get into the marketplace for tease. He set up an initial auction on an nfc platform called nifty gateway last october. These platforms are sites. That administers the supply of new tees and oversee their exchange and in addition to a couple of individual and. Ft's mike put up for auction. He also set up a kind of price experiment to give us fans cheap way into nfc ownership well also testing out the market. He decided to create a limited set of one hundred identical. Nfc's and to sell them for a dollar a piece. I i knew they were worth more than a dollar. But i thought they were. Maybe worth like maybe fifty or a hundred dollars and so these instantly sold out. And freddie immediately people started trading them because the thing with. Nfc's is you can immediately sort of resell them through the different platforms and because nfc transactions are conducted in the blockchain are all in public view. Blockchain is basically like an open ledger system where everyone can see every time. One of these unique ownership tokens changes hands. And for how much and this technology this wide open. Ledger holds a huge appeal for artists. Because every time an nfc is sold these platforms are able to offer a ten percent cut to people like people as a condition of selling their work in the first place and makes us within hours. People were flipping. Those one dollar tokens for thousands of dollars so fast forward to today those one dollar additions recently. This week sold for three hundred thousand dollars. You know when it resells ten percent is automatically goes into my wallet just to reiterate every time. somebody resells mike's an ts on one of these platforms. He's automatically cut into the deal for ten percent but she points out is a pretty marked improvement from how earnest get paid in the normal art market about a month after that first auction mike set up another. Nafta drop as they're called a series of about twenty separate nafta auctions that he scheduled to play out over the course of a weekend and makes his family win over to his brother's house for a kind of weakened watch party in the backyard. How much have you made by the end of that weekend. In december we it grossed three point five million and then after fees and everything kinda ended up to be about three point three million that i kind of take home not a bad in the backyard. That was a pretty good week. It wasn't too long after the success of those auctions before mike got word that a prominent member of that highfaluting art establishment that had long ignored his kind of art. Wanted to get in on. The action
Isaiah Wilson Reportedly Upset With the Titans for Not Acknowledging His Birthday
"Wilson offensive tackle. We turned twenty-two on February 12th. Great twenty-two. That's one more than 21 no one cares and according to sources Isaiah had quote begun to sour a situation in Tennessee after the Titans did not wish him a happy birthday earlier this week. He tweeted quote. I'm done with football as a Titan. No further comments. He has since deleted the Tweet regardless of the birthday situation the Titans GM also put Isaiah on blast last week saying that, you know the player they drafted last year was not the player they got and that he needed to rededicate himself to being a pro football player. I can't imagine God If you're on Twitter crying about a birthday wish I can't imagine how things would have soured like just internally right when I first saw this article the first my first very thought was who and I'm sure half the team probably thinks the same thing. They're probably like Isaiah who like was this guy even a starter? Well, I remember okay, so you probably don't cuz it was a while ago, but during the draft remember it was the draft this past year of think of socially distanced, you know, everybody was at home set up that way like on a giant Zoom, right? So remember he was the one that got drafted and then the girlfriend went and sat in his lap and the mom was like hm. Like we talked about this whole thing about how you would have been just super like tiger mom to with Hudson if this girl was all up in a slap cuz she was like get up get up out of his lap. I don't remember. I don't remember. Yeah, I'm going to share my slept since then. That was a long time. I barely remember what we talked about God. I'm going to share my screen with you. Here's the part. Let me meet this. This is very compelling. Here we go. Okay, so see how she's there hugging him. Oh, yeah. I think I'm offering yes and then the moms like Scrooge back up. Get up. Get out my gosh hilarious watch Amie. We're going to replay this song and watch that she's just all about she's my boyfriend. I just hit It Rich. Oh, he's going to buy me a bitch get up out that way. I don't remember them know podcast how you would be that same mom. That's terrible. Terrible. She's like a brilliant like pick that bitch up and like a anyway off. I mean somebody needs to learn some you know, Humble Pie skills this Isaiah Wilson or whatever the hell his name is like you just joined the team dude, you're twenty-two years old me
"freddie" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"It's a fun one today with guest freddie craft. Freddie is the spotter for bubba wallace in the nascar cup series but he also climbs up on the roof for some other drivers freddie shares. What his plans are for the twenty twenty one racing season but we dig into quite a few topics and it was a fun time. You're going to hear stories today from spotter stan dreadful season that freddie had with gregg before what goes into a driver vetting a spotter that they might wanna work with how important the spotter is as.
Big Bat, Loud Music: The Marcell Ozuna Experience
"Well david the braves made a run all the way to the last season and marcelo soon. It was a huge part of that. Can you remind us just how productive he was for the braves throughout this shortened season extremely productive at three thirty eight with a one thousand sixty seven opie s led the al in both homers with eighteen and rb is with fifty six high towering. Fly ball tepe center. Make it a three hundred night over. The batter's i straightaway center. I don't know if i've ever seen a ball go up there at fenway. I was saying the same thing up with the cameras are. He's a threat to win the triple crown. The last weekend in the season when his average fell back just a little bit still finished third batting average so he led the league in total bases. One hundred forty five was tied for second next since with thirty two and was third both obt at four thirty one and slugging percentage six thirty six so like i said extremely productive. If you watch a braves game you don't have to look too far for some marcelo. Zona antics was oona. Hits this ball eight hundred feet after he hits it he does a nice little stroll towards first and then he decides you know what. I'm just going to take a selfie right here. Tell us a little bit about his personality. What it meant for the clubhouse this past season. I can't think of another player that they could have signed to a one year deal like they did him a year ago in january and still have had in a year of kovin to have somebody come in and have the kind of profound impact he had on a team. You had to have a personality like he has which was really outgoing. He's a kind of gregarious guy. Everybody on the team lights. Not just what he does on the field but in the club house the energy the zone as a total package in every plays he's revered is kind of guy that he's so likable that he can play at boombox with salsa music at three in the morning on the team bus from the airport hotel. Crank it up and everybody just smiles instead of going turn off. That's the kind of personality has everybody loves. it was gonna signed a one year deal with atlanta. Just before last season he became a free agent and after months of uncertainty he finally decided to resign with atlanta. Recently four years sixty five million dollars for a guy that brought incredible protection to freddie freeman in his mvp year he exceeded expectations in atlanta. As you wrote david. His personality was on display during a recent zoom. Call with some reporters. What did you learn about his philosophy. Well he kind of put it specifically he said. I cannot have a bad day on the field as person. War is still happy because no everyday you will not be perfect day. You will not you. When i made they walk there. Were right so you had to be like in in in google. Not every day. You're going to make the world right so you have to be like always in a good mood. I don't worry about just going happy and bringing Like let's go. Let's go from it up meals. -i duck fung joke everything long. Talk have fun joke everything. That's the way you put it at the kirby cross. Everybody was just laughing as perfect. That's you. He refuses to let disappointments during the day whether they be over. Four day with three strikeouts or somebody on another team acting like an ass. It just doesn't let any of that. Get to take a person. Let's all roll off his back and kind of sees his role as always being there to bring everybody else up be energetic and spread that everybody
Renters Rights And the Mortgage Forebearance extension
"So we have had unprecedented moves over the last year to protect renters and borrowers from facing eviction for renters and foreclosure innovation for borrowers in mortgages and the clock had reached midnight on those programs and there are changes for both borrowers and renner's and there's been so much confusion about this. I want to talk about renters. So as a runner. You don't have automatic protection. You have rights that can prevent innovation but only if you exercise those rights. The rights only extend to people who can demonstrate the have suffered financial harm because of corona virus and. We really have been split as a country. They're tens of millions of people who've suffered extreme hardship with job and the rest and then san tens of millions others of others who actually are in better financial shape almost a year out from the onset of corona virus in the united states than they were before so it is a really story for renters. You have a form you have to fill out that we have a link to it. Clark dot com where you verify the economic hardship you've had you must go to your court dates if your landlord goes after you anyway and the courts are usually doing things by zoom or some other online means. But if you don't appear your landlord even in the midst of eviction moratorium will still be granted relief by the court and you will in fact be evicted. So it's up to you to do the paperwork. Proactively send the paperwork to your land or the landlord pretends to ignore it and files for dispossessed. Ry eviction on you. You must go through the process of protecting yourself in court and also make sure that you keep notes when you notified your landlord the form you provided them. You also provide to the court to assert your rights. The meek do not remain in their apartments. You must stand up for yourself. In the case of homeowners there are more protections because with renner's once the moratorium lifts which is likely this spring that will with at that point. You in theory. You're supposed to pay all your back rent now. That's not realistic right. If you've been unemployed or underemployed for a year but the landlords will be free at that point to move forward with an eviction before moratoriums lift in your financial situation does start to stabilize. I said when not if you want to approach her landlord and see if you can work out a payment plan with them to start working on the back rent otherwise all the eviction moratorium did was buy you time but you still facing ultimate eviction for people that are mortgage borrowers now. That process has split. People who have fha mortgages now have a better blanket of protections then people who have loans that are underwritten behind the curtain by fannie mae or freddie mac. Most people's loans are in fact underwritten by fannie mae or freddie mac the Foreclosure moratorium has been extended ninety more days. Four people with fannie. Mae freddie mac if you are in some kind of forbearance you get ninety days added to that if you need it beyond what was originally a maximum twelve months in the case of fha borrowers you now have protection till early summer till june thirty in order to then work out a new payment arrangement the fha because it is a direct federal agency loan the fha will have fairly standardized procedures. Matt point on what your workout will be how you will eventually make good on the money that you did not pay over the last year in the case of fannie mae and freddie mac there will be a number of different ways that lenders deal with you. They have some Latitude in how they work out. Payment plans with you. The likeliest course that will work for most people is the miss months or full year or so of mortgage payments will be added onto the back of your loan as an additional Months or year or a little more year loan that is for many people going to be the best arrangement but again you cannot be passive. You must be active here and you just don't stop paying and when the moratoriums over you just don't say okay. Everything's gonna be great. You're the one who's got to be active with your lender on coming up with a workout arrangement. What they do in commercial real estate all the time with commercial mortgages are workouts and you will be doing Work out of your mortgage where it works for you and the lender.
Miami-Dade Police report death of Captain Gustavo Duarte
"Morning again by Director of the Miami Dade Police Department. Freddy Ramirez, you follow on Twitter, by the way, it M DPD underscore Director your warranty. Freddy. Good to talk to him. Morning, Jimmy. How you doing, my friend. I'm doing all right. Sad note to start. I know you lost a long time member of the Miami Dade Police department on Tuesday morning. You tell us about Captain Gust Duarte. A terrible, terrible loss for our department has been a rough two weeks for law enforcement here in Miami Dade County got started was a 36 year veteran of the department. Loved by his peers, tremendous impact in our community. I feel terrible for his wife, Amy and his Children, the biggest accomplishment in print that I could say Gus left in this department, he was responsible for the largest deployment and installation body camps. Molly and all law enforcement Well over 2000 body cams, and Gus did that with his team and made our law enforcement community relations. Ah, hold out better and we will forever miss him and We thank him for his service. All right, thanks. Yes, we saw you do to thank you, Freddie. We've
Should I plan an in-person event in 2021?
"Freddie wants around her own in-person conference for her blog. baking blog in twenty twenty one. Do i think she should do that. It's a big question. And i'm gonna give you two scenarios one. I definitely think you should not do a conference in twenty twenty one and the second scenario i would say with these caveats. It may not be a bad idea. So when or what scenario do i think. It's a bad idea to run a conference in person conference in two thousand twenty one here. We go. well i. I want to say that we are not out of the woods. Okay even the vaccine is on. Its way it's going to take a wild. For most of the countries around the world's population to be vaccinated we fully vaccinated. And even with the vaccination they say you know masks social distancing is still going to be in which makes it very hard for in person conferences so if your conference is more than fifty people i would say i wouldn't do it because is going to be hard to find a venue where you can social distance one half meters away from each other with people that are you know one hundred people in a conference two hundred. That's a very tough. If you're attracting people outside your local area if this is just maybe a local meet up or maybe just within your stay or your city I would say okay. Maybe you know that way you can kind of control the numbers and you don't have to worry about travel but if you're attracting people from across your country as well as a from overseas and other countries flying and getting on a plane and you know traveling internationally is still going to be very difficult in two thousand twenty one which will hinder the success of your conference. There are a lot of variables that will be out of your control for your conference. It'd be successful. Conferences are about socializing and getting to know people and high fives. You know that's just not going to jive with covid. Nineteen even as we roll into twenty twenty one. I think this is going to be a very interesting year. Because we're going to have to transition into maybe what is going to become our normal the first three months. We're not going to two different from twenty twenty. It's gonna take some time as we ramp up and have everybody vaccinated now if you have a small conference a small meet up less than fifty people. It's in a local area. You can social distance and you're planning to do it at the end of two thousand eight hundred q four then i would say okay. Even if that's the case i would definitely make sure your venue will refund you. If you're unable to do because of code restrictions have an easy system to refund tickets to your you know conference attendees if whatever equipment are swag that you you can use in you know the next year or the next time you can do the conference i would take all these precautions the issue with a conference that you need a lot of lead time to sell the tickets especially if you are trying to sell over one hundred tickets so you need to announce a venue a date well in advance three months in advance at least and with covert. It's hard to plan. This is why my gut reaction was like. Hey if you can avoid running conference in two thousand twenty one if you can do it virtually if he could do a summit if you can do something in twenty twenty two i would feel a lot. More confident That you'd have a lot more in your control to succeed now. I've seen a lot of in person. Conferences pivot to doing virtual some. Its virtual conferences Online and they actually did a pretty decent job. A lot of people have enjoyed online conferences because there are less expensive. They're easy to run. They're easier to attend a lot easier for you to get people to attend because there's no barrier of travel you know even if there was no covid so you're going to get more attendees Leads more sales all that kind of stuff. You can make an interactive. You can make fun. You can really do your best and by the way as your first time conference. Doing a virtual conference online might be a good way for you to just work out the kinks. It's a good. Mvp of in person conference. I am more on today's episode before that let me go love to today's sponsor support for today show comes from true underdog podcast. I wanna take a moment to share a new podcast. True underdog recently launched by four time entrepreneur of the year award winner. Jason waller. it's real. It's raw it's a motivational. 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Today's lesson in percents of are a logistic nightmare with alcove nineteen. I've run a plenty of them of a lot of them. So if you can minimize the headache for yourself when you have a lot more control in two thousand twenty two. Hopefully i would do that. Alternatively the like. I said if you can keep it local small you can social distance. You can do it later in the year. That makes things a little bit more feasible or better yet. Run a conference run it online. It's a great way for you to do a minimum viable version of your first time conference
US home contract signings at record levels in November
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting U. S. home contract signings were at record levels in November pending home sales across the US were at a record level for November as the market remains strong the national association of realtors says its index of pending sales fell two point six percent from October to November the contract signings were still sixteen point four percent ahead of November of twenty nineteen with contract signings a barometer of finalized purchases over the next two months Wednesday's report may indicate it will be a strong winter for the housing market interest rates remain historically low with Freddie Mac reporting last week the average rate on the thirty year fixed rate home loans remains at two point six six percent hi Mike Rossio
Benchmark US 30-year mortgage drops to record low
"Term mortgage rates dropping this week to a record low for the 16th time in 2020. Reflecting in the economy hit hard by the fan. Demi mortgage giant Freddie Mac says the average rate on the benchmark 30 year fixed rate home loan dip to 2.66% from 2.67% last week. A year ago, it stood at 3.74%. The average rate on 15 year. Fixed rate loans popular among homeowners. Sicky to Refinance Our mortgage is dipped to 2.19% from 2.21% Year ago, it was 3.19% and that is correspondent Jeremy House, reporting
Benchmark US 30-year mortgage drops to record low
"In 2020. That's reflecting an economy hard hit by the current virus pandemic. Mortgage giant Freddie Mac says the average rate on the benchmark 30 year fixed rate home loan dip to 2.66% from 2.67% last week. A year ago, it stood at 3.74%. The average rate on 15 year. Fixed rate loans popular among homeowners. Sicky to Refinance Our mortgage is dipped to 2.19% from 2.21% Year ago. It was 3.19% Jeremy House reports. The five year adjustable rate mortgage was unchanged this week, a
"freddie" Discussed on About Last Night
"You doing man i you. I am good. Thanks for papa on absolutely bro. Absolutely how you feel in. have you recovered. you're all off. The jet lag are still there a little bit. It was the worst part about coming back to the states. waking up at three am everyday yup. Yup yes i was with. Scooby took me to fucking weeks before. I could wake up like eight. Oh my god. What was your scooby schedule. And please tell me. That's we were there. Six months in australia six months in australia so i was full acclamated to australian time in legit took two weeks when i came back to la. Oh did with that. Was your first time overseas. The was it now on. My mom was a chef so we traveled where the work was when i was real little but that was my first time in australia. Ever man that and we basically lived there. We rented the fucker who who invented intendo. It was his summer house and we rented it and it was right on the dot in brisbane and the stunt guy was the voice of scooby in the movies was a guy named neil fanning. And he did the stunt show in brisbane at the warner brothers studios they have their whatever it is out of the you and he picked me up at my doc at my house it took me wake boarding in the drop me off at my looking dock at the get wet. I didn't even get wet. Yeah that when. I was jet skiing. You don't have that same tour guide did you. Did you do the jet ski tour. No i did not do a jet ski tour but you said that that looked exactly like where you guys. It looked exactly like where i was in. Looked like that dude's house. Forget that house. Please tell me. The nintendo house is just decked out in like a guy dressed as yoshi who greets you know. There was a filipino lady. Okay there is a closer look penalating inviolate. She made a mean like hot beef soup on sundays. I e clouds intendo. That was all nintendo. We got man that classic filipino girl named violet from the famous game. Metro-wide did did a to. Did you shoot that for six months. Now what the fuck. Yeah bro it was new and our director was an editor so you already had the son of a bitch cut in his head and it still took us six months. Yeah that's i mean. Look you've made more movies than i have is And been the stars of them is the norm. You know six months long right even by ninety standards. Yeah she had broke but it was all like blues. Green and green screen was like just coming into the picture and there was all so you know it took a long time. Now you can do green screen on your fucking phone know. Do you think though because people say that all the time where they're like nike. Just make movies on your phone. You don't even need and it is kinda true right. But i still haven't yet seen like somebody would one. Yeah like dude like have we yet to see somebody like a nominated for and they shot the puck on the iphone eight steven spielberg like like people. Were making stuff. But there's still not. I don't know i haven't seen someone do a full length because i guess that's good commercials. Yes that and they'll say at the end shot entirely on an iphone however they are putting those iphones in like expensive rigs fancy steady cameras that auto level. It's not just a you know some asian kid holding it with his hands and he's just mad steady because he's asian and so he's just cool and doesn't get the shakes like i. Do you get camera. Shakes albro shakes. I used to be so monitoring. I can't sleep paranoid right. Did you guys do the Full australian experience. Like i felt like i got pimped out heavily to the sanctuaries right out of the gate which was hold the feed kangaroos. We don't care the quality you're going to get clemencia. Hasn't stopped me before we would. We did all that stuff to end. We swam with dolphins hat. The animal show. They have their in brisbane. Yeah one of them's name was cyrus and i don't remember the girl but yeah we got to go into drink with the frigging dolphins and I think too careless. They brought tigers on the set. Two baby tigers on set one day just eleven just to hang out and so i'm putting this baby tiger. I'd steel tip boots on. And he started non on him. He's only three two or three months old. There's a long time ago. Are you recording by the tell you all my great stories and actionable edsa dude. Trust me past where we talked for. Twenty five minutes is in the zone dude. I was already a favor for this game. He's a young comic. And i was like and i'm just like i'm gonna bring it. I'm just going to bring it for him. He's like been cool. He's been bugging me for like two years. I'm going to do it dude. He just goes all right. Hey i don't wanna get anymore. We gotta start. I go what dude what he goes i go to. This is your first lesson man and not on here to teach you lessons. But apparently i am i you learned. He learned that he was like. Yeah i just wanted to warm up. I i go dude. You gotta like. He's like oh. I didn't know like you just hit recording of people. And if they don't want you to record then you go back and cut it out but like that's funny or jamming. Yeah i wouldn't miss any freddie prints dolphin dancing stories so continue do not name brek tigers on and he started on the steel toed. At three months. I've felt to go through the damn steel toe of the boot and they're like. Oh yeah has draw strong. Yeah get him off my boot and region my head. Maybe jagger's about even if it's cute. But as they got him off in he took him back to his mom because he started like doing his baby roar which many was hungry any needed. Some mama milt so. They took him back to the big. Yeah or some freddie feet either way. That was trying to get his meal on dude somewhere jobs ox like that. This means that he loves you if he's trying to bite your toe off. I don't need to give him the first taste of blood. He can get that from something else. Are they cute though. Like did you see because there are certain wallemme. I'm like i would love to have that as a pet. But then the the gods are like pretty fucked pretty crazy they should. They pay us every animal every animal. Australia is cute enough to bring home as a pet guys aren't lying. My dad who for those who don't know he was a comic in the seventies. You bought my mom. A monkey on her birthday may his name was already and when he when my dad died she still had the monkey and the monkey was not having it and so he would hide up on furniture. Mama walk by piss honor for shit in his hand and throw it at her and so she had to give him to the zoo man to give him too the la zoo in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven because he was just a lunatic. Like you couldn't have a pet monkey shouldn't a ban but the seventies ama he would just pass on her shit on her urge. She hated him now did did she try to a little bit. Be like all right like this was a gift from your father. There's probably some sentimental attachment. So how much shit can i take to the face before this becomes an issue. No it was the first time mom doesn't play man. This is when we. She took me to europe For almost a year around the sixth grade. And we're running through this train station late for a train. It's our fault in his french lady box into my mom which is just a bad move and my cousin was with us. My cousin chris yes as long. And so this lady runs into my momma. She says something in french. I don't speak it. My mom did and wasn't having it and my mom just hits her with a right hand in the lady literally goes up down in. Chris has asthma attack shaking his inhaler user and handler lifestyle and just grabs us both and we run for the train..
Why do practically all of us need our wisdom teeth removed?
"How's it possible that we all need our wisdom teeth removed. Well let me give a little background. I okay go for wisdom teeth or the third and last set of our four molars and the biggest ones that you get in your mouth at least that most people get in their mouth somewhere between five and thirty seven percent of people. Don't get all four and some don't have any at all but most folks do in. They usually start to come in between the ages of seventeen and twenty five which is why they are called wisdom teeth because they are older and wiser in theory than baby with emphasis on in theory. Exactly i have always wondered about that. Well i'm glad i could be so. Yeah it's pretty crazy that you're still growing teeth into your twenty s it really is and then. They often are removed shortly thereafter. But why well according to web. Md it seems that ninety percent of people have at least one wisdom tooth that's impacted. this means it can't come in like in the normal way because it stuck on the tooth next to it usually sort of a forty five degree angle ish and pushes into the side of that tooth and although the sound awful you probably won't even feel any pain but it can cause problems later on when the wisdom tooth weakens the root of the molar next to it from that constant pressure or when you get gum disease for it or more cavities or whatever so your dentist may want it out before it ever causes you any trouble so either. The tooth is growing weird. Or your mouth simply doesn't have enough room for it or both. Yeah but your dentist will be keeping an eye on this and will advise you on what to do. And by the way this is different than hyper donncha which is when you have too many teeth so an adult should have about thirty two teeth. If those thirty two don't all fit in your mouth you may have to have your wisdom teeth pulled but if you have more than thirty two adult teeth you have hyper donncha which basically just means you have extra teeth. We'll put some crazy extreme photos of this in our show notes. If you're interested no lord now everyone's going to go to show notes for that and not for the main topic of this podcast. I'm just saying you should go to our show notes for both reasons. That's all and because some of those photos are really wild. I've been down a rabbit hole all day. You know freddie. Mercury had hyper donncha. He did yes and his case was more typical. I think he had four extra teeth. But i've seen photos of people who have like an entire extra set of teeth but anyway back to our main questions. Let's get back on track. Can it be that. Ninety percent of us are flawed. In this way well. The answer is simple evolution. And by the way we're not going to try to jive evolution with christianity in this podcast. Although i'm sure that topic is covered elsewhere and some other podcast for our podcast. Let's just say that. Many scientists believe that overtime our jaws have moved to become smaller and more narrow in. This means that teeth at once fit easily into our gigantic freak mouth usually do not fit anymore we we used to need those molars to help to rough or hard items like nuts and roots and meats and leaves but now we use forks knives and spoons and eat softer food. So we really don't need those anymore in our mouths have just adjusted for that. Yes evolution but pretty cool and of course it makes total sense. I also read on health. Line dot com that the wisdom teeth were like replacement teeth in our distant ancestors to replace other molars which had likely decayed or come out by then. Y- scientists classify wisdom teeth as a vestigial organ or novum saying that right Which in that's v. e. s. t. I g. i. a. l. which basically means it something. Anatomical that no longer seems to have a function or a purpose in our bodies. Other examples are goosebumps The appendix The tailbone ear muscles tonsils nipples on a man hair on our body and the knicks membrane of your eye which is that pink thing in the inside corner. And i'm not sure if i'm pronouncing that right so the muscles are important for you honey since you can make your ears move though that's true. Well port hardy tricks anyway. That is also fascinating and probably worth an entirely separate podcasts. Because i never thought that we have a bunch of body parts that we no longer need. I wanna find out about goosebumps but go ahead and the appendix like so. Many people have to get that out right so anyway if ninety percent need their wisdom teeth removed. What's up with that other ten percent. Do they have big gigantic freak mouths like you mentioned well. People in that ten percent have healthy. Wisdom teeth fully erupted and that sounds awful but it just means that they've grown incompletely and our position correctly and are binding properly in could be clean as part of their normal daily hygiene which means they can get to them to clean them. So this is how the mayoclinic determines whether wisdom teeth might be allowed to stay in your mouth. Sometimes these molars can even grow in horizontally or partially emerged through the gums and this is ripe for bacteria so they'll be removed if that occurs. Remember when you were getting your wisdom teeth removed and afterwards the oral surgeon told us that you really didn't need to have it done because you had plenty of room in your big gigantic freak mouth. sounds familiar but i may have still been under the anesthesia at that point. Well evidently you one of those ten percent that have a big giant. I'm just enjoying saying big giant freak mouth right now you know. It's really painful for me to talk about teeth stuff though. No and i'm surprised you chose this topic. I guess i was just thinking of it academically without having to actually talk about dennis and teeth and look at pictures online. I'm actually feeling kind of squeamish right now. Okay let's move onto the list squeamish stuff then okay. The debate about removing wisdom. To yes please. Dennis are actually torn on whether all of the preemptive wisdom teeth removals are in fact necessary. Yes as good to be proactive. And yes you want them out. If they're going in in a way that will mess up your perfectly straight in wonderfully aligned post orthodontic treatment teeth especially if your parents have spent thousands on exactly in. Yes you would want them out if they're causing you any kind of trouble at all. But what if they're not what if you don't even know that they're they're maybe they're crooked maybe they're impacted but they're not affecting your bite they're not causing you. Pain not becoming havens for cavities. Should you get them out. We'll some dennis. And i think most in the us are in the camp of simply removing them always to avoid any potential future problems. And i understand that. That makes sense being very proactive in conservative others like the nih equivalent in the uk. However say that if they're ace symptomatic without any symptoms pain issues. Leave them be because there's no real evidence to suggest that they'll cause problems later. And therefore it's not worth the expense and the risks of the procedure and understand that too and that makes sense to so regardless of which camp your dentist is in here. She will monitor the growth of your wisdom teeth and how they affect your other teeth and your oral health in general ask a lot of questions do your own research and make a decision. That's best for you absolutely and if you do have to have your wisdom teeth. Extracted fear not. It's honestly not that big of a deal mark and i both had to have ours. Cut out 'cause they were impacted they put you to sleep. Or maybe you're wake but you certainly don't feel a remember anything when you wake up you eat soup and soft foods for a few days in your mind.
"freddie" Discussed on American Idiots Abroad
"And cracked his head, right? Yeah. Proper empties. Dumpty. Yeah exactly shots fired. The biggest feud of twenty twenty. Is is a boy. He's a boy I. Hope. Humpty fans. Don't listen to this pod. Talkie stands. At at Freddie. Law. So. Thank you so much Freddie for joining us for this episode. You have truly enlightened US especially AJ with Wozniak and I will never forget. I don't know why that got me so so much but I'm still laughing about it. Do you have another song maybe that you want to show us? Yeah. Yeah. So this next song is a gain of the EP these days and his cooled these days very fitting. What's it about this one? A gain so flows off the FEM- from fate and it's all about these thoughts that you having is sort of a bit like a funky the song saw references boxing and is like having a fight with demons in your thoughts growing from a nice. All right. Also, where can people find you on social media? Freddie. Freddie. Long, music are very low music. On streaming sites, I was GonNa say you have a new song coming out a day? Yeah. Yeah. So this year obviously. Covets being a bit of a weird one. So is still so TB dates, but we look in. The Votes I. Am A new song coming out which home super excited about what if not run at the twenty third I think about Typo. Alexa everyone to go follow Freddie and you can find out as soon as he posts it when this will be coming out, go fucking stream it because Freddie's voices like silk and you won't true..
"freddie" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions
"Le Batard welcome to a new South Beach sessions today. We're going to have Freddie Gibbs, he is. Whether, you think he's an up and coming rapper or that he's already arrived. He is climbing in the hip hop game with an impressive ascent artistically, he's got a new project out the alchemists new album. Alfredo is available now. You should check it out because he gets into album of the year conversations because stylistically in hip hop. He's different and throughout history hip hop has been a social conscience for America that has given voice to a lot of things. Things that you're seeing right now in America so I wanNA talk to Freddy about that, but first I want to remind you that. ziprecruiter is the sponsor for this week. South Beach Session Ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire south be sessions always presented here by ziprecruiter Freddie. I wanted to bring you in here because I really did want to hear from you now in this particular time in America as a strong voice for hip hop now definitely picked is. Is a very turbulent time right now? I could say some sitting over here. In West, Hills Calabasas, home and I'm seeing them like Luton, Beverly Hills and things of that nature. You know I'm Kinda frayed. You know I got my kids here and stuff like that, so you know it's. It's like I. Don't know I. Don't know it's still the valley or being a nation, but you know, man I I just think that you know a statement definitely had to be made so I'm really not added people burn down, Gucci Store and targeting all of. Of, that stuff like I saw somebody say this, but I mean you know, but Blackie would be like trying to speak. Allow for years ran and we kinda need you to help us. Get off across right now to make change because only thing we can do. Is Protest Marching? You know what I mean, but if nothing changes politically is going to be signing all over again, so don't you think though that anyone hearing? You say that from you know not the minority perspective. What do you mean you don't have any problem with the looting? You could see why they might find that objectionable now. Yeah, definitely I could see that like I said statement had been made obviously the marching in protest, and didn't do you a now. America's seeing itself burner. Live on TV and this is the result of that man you know. We Don Hammer for real, and it's like nobody hears his cries, a fall ears and start burning up. Some of these white businesses started getting in a little. Little bit more an like they start nudging buddies on Capitol Hill a little bit. Lay Man. We need to change something because I'm you know you can only get insurance claims on so many things like this going? Keep happening. He doesn't get if officer doesn't get convicted. Is GonNa Happen? Again is going to be a continuous thing. People are going to stop protesting and rioting and looting. My L. A.'s on lockdown right now by he's like A. Four PM. Curfew something out as crazy by said I mean I feel like a statement had to be may some kind of way, and it said that it had to be like that, but it's people die and Landau Casteel Terrence crutcher..
"freddie" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"A child right now if here's the story of Freddie every year we look at the two games the spurs play on the road against northern fifteen of us back up get on the airplane we played in New Orleans we rent a house on camp street and we go wild and we go the spurs game we'll get there Tuesday morning our driver yes we have a driver our driver James took us to the house dropped off our luggage it was about eight thirty then we walked about a mile and something to the ruby slippers cafe on magazine street there are three ruby slipper cafes in New Orleans they're all good the one on magazine street closest doesn't only mentioned how far the walk was because that's a major accomplishment great food check do you any I'm out when you're in New Orleans great stuff and I forgot what else I was gonna say because I'm still in the past that was a pretty darn good so fifteen I was sitting down you're always gonna wait right yeah for you the larger crowd but it's worth it so get in where all orders stuff probable run our waiter is named Freddie because we as gay was named Freddie thirty something I don't know where ya I'm not thirty something so it takes our order and then you know he's talking pelicans and we're talking spurs in a Jeff the Julie McCoy of our well I'm glad you all got it because I tried that when I'm some people when I was there I just arguing going on I was run over there and does Isaac the bartender help any if I have no okay so Jeff tells this kid because he you know was thinking about you know Saigon's first game and as such in sector and Jeff says to Freddie Hey man I've got some extra passes for a sweet or in a sweet because you you get your tickets for the sweet and then they also give you like some passes in case you run into some do you want to take him up to the suite he also if you can get at the end of the game our night because this was to that if you can get into the game I've got an extra pass and we can get you up and to the sweet all wow man that would be really nice I hadn't been to a game yet now I took that to mean he hasn't been to a game this year this season yeah right a guy I just met that was new on the trip named George George says George just starts get on his phone I learned a lot of this in hindsight George starts getting on his phone George finds a really cheap CD by the way to consider their gonna go up now for site on but right now you get a seat for George barked Freddie I take it off for now Freddy has a ticket to get in the door and just going to give him a sweet sweet pass he shows up that night for the next night for the game and we learned a lot of stuff he comes from less than humble beginnings Kim couldn't put two pennies together while born and raised in New Orleans a lot of struggles huge basketball fan really knows is basketball he had never been to a game in his life however all ever this kid in thanking us you know at different times muster broke down crying three times while I mean we we did it for that well Jeff did it and George but it was not a kid's life may have yeah I have been the greatest little yeah may have been the greatest Davis had never been to a game it's the first and it never did insuring the gay but during timeouts that kid was on his phone just what your Brad in there this and that yeah I was here's a feel good if you have really really all we need more of these yes or more of those or these and those from everybody not just Jeff or Julie McCoy calling collector Sean Hannity's morning minute and you we can hear one coming up every.
"freddie" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"In two years after you play here in the in the D. League or whatever and I wonder what it was like for you a guy who had not spent half your life planning this out right to like get the big break and you never you never put data record on that deal yeah it was heartbreaking I definitely say one of the most like darkest points in my life. Do you know track heart and say it was easy to shake off but that was heartbreaking man Mike to get dropping record label. I was I manage. The first I am really about you know I kicked out of school by know. Nothings really like working out for me. In life and I'm like man is the first thing I'm doing that. I'm I'm exceptional it. I'm aligned brome great at wrapping like you know my people. That corrupts good is is is a rat it. Just let me know like no matter how polished I was a askew was happening. I had to learn the business. The music business is about to take me on a ten year journey to get to where I wanted to be. Be in the game. I had to really you know said look myself in the mirror and see if I wanted to go on that journey if I go if I was to get into delorean right now go back to that at that time it'd be like April. It's GonNa take you ten years to get here but look it's August five. You know what I'm saying like. You've gotta go through grind you. Are you willing to sacrifice it. You know what I'm saying. I feel like I wish I could do that for every artist. I man pitcher yourself ten years later a six years later seven years later and and then go back in time. I'm in you'll be. I feel like when we're we're about the same age. I'm lately have been thinking like Oh. I guess I did those things that I set out to do when I entered the real world but the pain that I remember most vividly was is not about how hard I had to work because I loved doing what I was doing was easy work hard when you love what you're doing. I mean it's still hard but the but the thing that I remember being the most painful was feeling like if success was attended and I was at a one. I wished that I could see when I had made it to two three four five six seven eight nine and ten like I wish that I knew when I was working hard. I could see directly the fruit of my labor and like that I I moved up around today right whereas I for most of that time. I really felt. I wasn't sure whether I was throwing my work into a whole right all right. I wonder if that was part of the challenge for you. Is that like so much of that is. You don't know that it's GonNa Work Right Man. I mean you know yeah definitely many start feeling like you're doing his music for nothing when you when you're not getting notoriety or the praised the two you know deserve and you were. I mean like look. I'm a a public radio host. I knew that if I became successful when I was sixty it's love at twenty year career had made it would be it would be better for me to be sixty in twenty eight or however. I was you're you're a rapper and you know it's only recently that rappers over twenty five has been a thing you know what. I mean pretty much. This is crazy you know the game indefinitely and younger and younger but I think that rappers are only not happy nowadays like if they if they don't having money you know what I mean or or. They're not generating money generating funds but as long as you're doing that. I think the popularity thing is a little bit. You know low on alone a scale now because you know I feel like when when I got dropped from offers record you I didn't know that you can make the money in the music music industry without having a record deal. You know I mean so I looked at the guys in south. Look at the guys in the bay. You know their business models into things knows encounter creating my own you know and with the implementation of streaming it definitely changed the game so I got to a point where you know I was making a lot of money and didn't really care care about moving to the next level of notoriety of fame with the music. You know me you can get content so you know when I start working on his last project. I I was like all right. Let me not be content and let me try to like step things up a notch because like I say it on a on a news. GonNa wrap around lyrical level is not many you the people that can compete with what I do so the remainder a products that I'm putting out I think they just desire to best looks best best best window opportunity tune. What do you think you learned about wrapping in that time. I mean you got your big break. When you have been wrapping for a year or something I I I learned about definitely taking your time because I used to write every rap and like three minutes five minutes like I was like runoff race. I think that's what made me so good at it like being in a room with other apposite just trying to compete that competitive spirit. I'm real competitive guys so that really Maimi better at it. Just being around different producers. You know I was you know been fortunate enough to be around guys like just blaze in indeed quick and you know all kind of different guys that I learned different things from different tricks learn how to record how to do this voice how to do that with my voice. Learning breathe learning when the you know Paul's not saying where like being more melodic just being able my own development it is it's it's crazy because I can just go back and listen to where I was with the way ours record in five years ago when I was making even the way I was recording when and I was making Pinatas like night and day compared to the way that record when I make better will finish up my interview with Freddie Gibbs after a quick break we'll talk about why he starts every live show with a prayer backstage it's Bullseye for maximum fund dot Org and NPR this message comes from NPR sponsor squarespace squarespace allows small businesses to design and build their own websites using customizable meisel layouts and features including ECOMMERCE functionality in mobile editing squarespace offers built in search engine optimization to help you develop an online mine present go to squarespace dot com slash NPR for a free trial and when you're ready to launch us the offer code NPR to save ten percent off your first purchase of a website website or domain you know Jonathan Venus as a fabulous cast member of networks is queer eye but as a kid. I was basically just like a go. D- theft theft stamp collecting rock collecting obsessive gymnastics Jonathan Venice on his transformation and his new book next time on it's been a minute from NPR. You're welcome back fireside chat on Knx with me. In Studio to take your calls the dope on the West Coast over Wong Wong and Morgan roads had color. Hey I'm looking for music podcasts and thoughtful but like also helped me discover artists than outfit. I've never heard of it. Sounds like to listen to hate rocks every week myself and I'm Morgan road the my co-host here Oliver. One talked to influential guests about canonical album that has changed their lives. Yes like moby open. Mike Eagle talk about albums by Prince Joni Mitchell and so much more. What's that show called again. He racks deep dives into hot records every Thursday on maximum fun. Welcome back a bulls eye. I'm Jesse Thorn. My guest is the rapper Freddie Gibbs. I do want to give you a warning. A couple of years ago. Gibbs was acquitted of sexual assault in Europe. We we are going to talk about that in this next block of the show although there are no descriptions of sexual assault. Let's get back to my conversation with Freddie Gibbs. You have a really distinctively flexible style as a rapper. like there's a long tradition of breath. Gangsta rappers with powerful voices and declamatory styles. You know people are making pronouncements and whether that voices deep and rich or whether it's easy in it just cut through everything right and I can see your connection you know I I hear scarface. When you're rapping you know maybe the most beautiful wrap voice that's ever existed and one the greatest rappers ever but I also here especially on these Mad Lib Records Madeline beats going all over everywhere? You know it's it's it's not the most straight ahead beats in the world to wrap over and you maintain that feeling of effortlessness even when you're wrapping double time when you fast rapping and that is like to maintain your personality and your presence while moving moving through styles in that way and keeping your voice metaphorically speaking what it is when you're bending and flexing to these wild madly beats is a really impressive thing to me. Is that a lot of rappers who can be that flexible and remain themselves right yeah like a lot of represented wherever oldest period. I mean like I feel like if you came mo Jo self to those beats and just getting his world and just accepted then you know. I don't think you will come out success. I read a great interview where you said that. When you first started working ad-lib you listen to one of his collaborations with M. F. Doom and you set yourself all right. I'm better than that but I did. It was like I was like I could rap like this. I mean rabbit and it's like I was like this there by tripping over Mavin House advil and I was like okay this cool. I was like that that was the thing I was like man. This is classic right here. Man Is this dude is stuck in London can come back and everybody wanted another album from them and all all it is and you know it was Kinda like I feel like Lambeau like challenging me. I like when people challenged me. I like when people tell me not necessarily saying he said I couldn't do it but it's like when people put a roadblock in front of me so I could be like I let me knocked away Lambeau Ige. I never say we gotta top this but they always put my face like this the classic so you know. I mean and I'm like I don't get about. I'm sorry I'm like I don't care about that. You know what I mean like villain. I'm like.
"freddie" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"I welcome to Bullseye grateful to have you I just say when you made your first record with Matlab and I was like well. They're both good but that's not the team that I would have. If I was plan plan fantasy wrap basketball I would not have put any money on Madelynn Freddie Gibbs Megan record together me neither were you do you even did you. Were you familiar with his music before before the two of you got together somewhat but not as familiar as I am now but a little bit you know what I mean but I just look at it as a miracle man for some reason but you know to you know make classics. I nothing you know everything. We've done so far classic so it was worth it. How did you how did you. How did the two of you meet the first time you met in real life. All that boy egon put us together pretty much. That's your respective managers yeah. They you know they've been working together and been cool you know for years and it was a mutual thing it was easy. We made it to do over like drink this angry is that sound good. I think right now after having go get sangria drunk. It's extremely hot in Los Bachelor today yeah. What have you talked about when you first sat down together. Do you remember the matter yeah. That's a good question really nothing man. It's about like a music that we like. You know I mean I found out that his musical Palette is a huge most people's what kind of things suppress to heather he was into like the eight hundred eight type of music a lot of the newer music like little babies and the baby and you know the migos. Is You know stuff like that like you know you really into that type of stuff. Yeah I mean I think there is a there was a certain kind of underground hip hop fan who defined their hip hop phantom by what they weren't into and I can't imagine being that kind of guy. That's the beauty of it. I never liked that. I never like because I always been so such a versatile fan or up. You know what I mean. I like all kinds of rap. I mean I feel so much and I like offset. You know what I mean so I mean that weird. Why do you have to be one being or in the one being or confine the one thing I would like hip. Hop was trying to fight against that's what I asked like Pimp C and guys like that. We're trying to fight against. They didn't want it all all the radio and all of that stuff to be all east coast at that time you know. I felt like they fought getting more diverse and it's like now we kind of like. Did I go to one eighty. You grew up in Gary Indiana. Were there emcees in Gary that you knew about when you were a kid in a teenager yeah yeah definitely definitely those guys wrapping definitely before I was happening. Mainly the rap guys you know came out of gear was like gather in the streets because the Torah that time yet academy industries so most of you know rap coming out of Gary area. That sounds like street gangsta rap. You know that's why this week around as environment so was do you mean that you had to be in the streets to wrap up because that was what was expected of those records or simply because there wasn't anybody giving anybody a record deal correct there. Wasn't anybody anyway record deal so I was was like you know the guys that could afford to town on the guys that you know could be in studio. Where like you know canisters? You know what I mean. I it wasn't isn't too many rudy. Puja is like in those studios at that time. It was fun though studios finding a bill in funding equipment you know what I mean so it was like to be you know. Amana respect to be in those environments period. I feel like when the Midwestern people that I know grew up with you. Know certainly everybody go up with in the ninety s anyway away with the hip hop from New York and Los Angeles to a certain extent right but it feels like in other places besides those places it is really treasured that there is hip hop that is not from those places from all over the country like you know in Kansas City. They lovey forty correct. I'm from the Bay area and I love you forty seven. I'm from the also because he's great but because I'm from the bay right but like those guys always got about loving in Kansas City Missouri because that was you know that was from a place outside of New York or La like it was not just New York or La Okay and the same with southern hip hop. I feel like in the Mid West. There was a kinship not because everybody was physically close but just because there was an understanding like we are all not from New York or La Right yeah and and you know what man like you know the West really is. I think the biggest rap consumer region you know what I mean like. I can really see gauge a an artist popularity or reach so to speak beak like when I see if they can like do shows in like Chicago Ohio and Detroit I mean because I feel like those like their consumer the reasons more so than they are reasons that produce homegrown rap or hometown hero is hard to come out eh Gary Chicago in the whole rust belt because it's like when you pop out you know they try to kill you know what I mean so first of all so so and it's difficult a lot of times. They're more into outside music more so than championing their own music Zeke. You know how you know I mean I had like you know. Move to the West Coast to start getting you know musical notoriety if I didn't and you know I'll probably be league in somebody's prison. There were a feud big national acts from Chicago definitely common and twist list do or die but not I'm struggling to think of more besides that pre pre Konya. You know more than two more than ten under fifteen years ago. There was bone thugs who are from Cleveland Right. There were a few here and there but when you started rapping did did you think of being a guy from Gerry wrapping was like a way that you could actually make a lifelong career yeah definitely when I started doing it. I knew that I can do. I can be a career artists in and then I know that I can you know generate a a decent amount of money off of it and you know I just came in with the sense since I listened to so many different kinds of music coming up different kinds of genres. I mean rap AH music period coming up. I feel like my style. You know is is very versatile. I feel like I could wrap on different kinds of beats. You can put me on no no way mafia beaten and I can go in our later and go make a song I don't like to be confined to a region. Nor why do I like to be confined to a certain sound. I mean at the same time I don't WanNa be all over the place. I want you to know when I put my signature on something you know oh but I want to try to beat the most. The most versatile artists interrupt game period. You know I kind of look at it like position. Basketball like how Kevin Durant grant is made basketball positions. You know what I mean. He can shoot put the ball on the floor and you know go to repulse defend in any seven feet tall and it's is like nobody that stay in front of them. Try to treat rap like that like like from Gary but like what does that really mean. You know what I mean. I'm from a small town in the rust belt and I mean so we'll limited opportunity and the greatest artists ever to grace music periods from there as well. You you know he may music like is like regionalists. You know what I mean. It's just like a world things is is you know the with with that kind of you. Know Spirit. I I feel like I just carried that into. My music is will like. I don't even look at it like I'm from nowhere.
"freddie" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"And quote facebook declined to comment and google said it was cooperating with the inquiries quarries do now our main story this morning. The trump administration administration said it would support returning the mortgage lenders fannie mae and freddie mac to private hands. It's a major reversal from what leaders of both parties have been promising that was to abolish polish both the companies. Here's a stat for you fannie and freddie guarantee roughly half of the u._s. Mortgage market charlie turner has been finding out more about the shift aft from andrew ackerman andrew. What is the government's rationale for the process to eventually return fannie mae and freddie mac to private ownership is really two fold. The the first is that when the government put fannie freddie into conservative ship eleven years ago it was supposed to be temporary and they really are serious about finally ending that a lot of people have tried. Everyone's failed to end the conservative. They wanna give it another go. The second reason i guesses more ideological where the administration believes pretty strongly that the government should not play a central role in housing which touches on a huge portion of the economy about fifteen percent of the economy so from what i understand the proposal recommends that federal regulators developed plans to privatize both both mortgage finance giants a plan to develop a plan yeah that seems to be the direction we're headed in is they're not taking positions on specific issues issues like what to do with the government stakes <hes> in these companies but they are sort of saying hey f._h._a. Which regulates fannie and freddie you you guys should develop <hes> capitalization structure. They need capital to be able to stand on their own eventually. They're also saying hey why don't you look at what types of activities maybe we should consider curtailing fannie and freddie i a lot of loans conservative basically questioned why they buy some of along that they'd buy including.
"freddie" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"Freddie seven. Reason. Down. Found. Struggle everybody. Hey, settle now. The plan to clear the care. Five. Killer. Powerless. Hey. Revel? Recent. Find some leaving. I'm gonna get it through. Can Nate us? What I'm telling my daughter. Just. Actor. Friends. Trust. Karen? Can't you? Gary. Spinning. Gary. Gary..
"freddie" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"Polly. I think this is just because it was very difficult from a stop to hall. I didn't stay still Clayton. Yeah. When you have that kind of like stretches, pre existing knoll crosses foundries of doing something. You just to criticize it kind of taking president. So there's a lot of all like very funny reviews going nowhere. This is. I think perhaps the best exalt them doing interesting things with music. So then what nineteen seventy five and the Oprah and Freddie pitches being rhapsody as a concept as the fever. Queen is generally quite collaborative with the music. They've all contributed to kids. Want to just running? But this one kind of scenery. Because he said the actually picturing credit his way out Monday and being like. Always like this something that when you doing something that kind of left veal, you kind of have to have a full before you present. You can be like, no, I sweat as next sense loc-. Yeah. Harm while member someone in that general where whatever phrase house playing piano when he's. I'm thinking going. That's why the Oprah pod comes in and gossip..
"freddie" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Saw the tape pantograph original record that was like freddie as you did right now so where did this idea i'll come together you know what i was just say together and i was like man i didn't want to just do something at a you know nobody else's doing another one just promoting waiting all mehta funny things like you know i'm from east here indian i'll have to prove nobody har you know make my all work look like something that's you know finish out of the trap house and like this be light hearted i thought the teddy came to grass over and i was like man teddy ready just just no comparing about the rape thing it'd be so you know me and but we put it together we just don't redo the photo shoot is made up now much shooting on that because the video like the top video you know with featuring songs like you know so the data down i was ever you to do may is crazy i saw all of that stuff in my house that's crazy but really so i just got up and woke up one morning i was like man this dude is making props oh you know i i did all of that whole you know win the closet got some cameraman now what was the process like the recording on this so on adam or go for both you know really man it was just basically you know i think that this project is probably one of my most like fun project you know because you know i mean i mean right now you know making music and all the others you know and i was like making music to you know to you know when i was struggling doing never good being a struggling artist when i was struggling to make it making music you know it was difficult but you know right now i'm at a certain point in my career is like oh you know autumn use it can just be fun everything is by heart i think that the whole process this was just being loose man i think i'm you know in a i'm in zone where you know my rhymes more loose thing i just you know just really just i don't if they got rolling down his project you know i wrote a rep now i thought that it was going to be another pinata they came out before this one though yeah that's what everybody was things with the curve ball so you know i feel like this kind of bought me some time because everybody waiting on that the second thing they have been right now so you know but i think this was a good of the way to ease them into that so i have put this out was summertime i just want my shop on this project and you hit me with the ball you told me to look at opinion and then next thing i knew it was rb record yeah that's every argue saying on the on the next thing during the bed in his you'll be saying that we implement everything man we just having fun say man you know why you making music you stop doing now you said you had written down rhymes longtime why that change you know like like i said when i go into now i feel like if i don't write the reps totally focused on the microphone everything comes outside and better 'cause i can't read nothing while i'm like wrapping like i don't like to read the phone i don't wanna read a piece of paper rather just you know just go in there with the rep in my head or you know what i mean benefit or or just punch line for line of you know have i gotta do it because i feel like that's more you know productive for me i get more music done and like i said i feel like it's more relaxed more loose you know what i mean i do more things you know could play with a little bit more you know what i mean so now are you a perfectionist all about it because i feel like the one part from brighton that will come is that ability to make it a little better little better little better now definitely i'm definitely a profession not just you know perfect it during that way you know what i mean so i mean they you know human beings walking do that right like the kings lamar maybe you know what i mean like me you know there'd be people that are really you know put it together like that.
"freddie" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Check out his new mistake freddie i don't even know if in stores now is the way to say it anymore freddie gives like just go find the record wherever you find it you've gotta go fat now the best buy stuff seven cds last week i don't i spend so much time about life going into best buy just to look at cd's and not even buy them and as they tried to get you in the store i don't know why you going in now i mean i guess you get a washing machine that's amazon i would ask you this before we get to talking about the music fast i saw pacman jones had to get a busy to do in the atlanta airport and i just had to get your immediate thoughts on seeing that personal they'll definitely i that you know pacman probably swollen through the strip club and you know and took one of those airport do girls or something like that but you know when he's seen them at work man he is birth for every person i mean to go after know professional athlete especially football player you know pick a fight with them in in the airport at work so richelle job and everything that that person do like you are going to get five to do got beat up the do got arrested and he's probably gonna wind up getting five right yeah definitely definitely going to get like so this is one thing though about you like actual real life amos people people's just seem to try to walk up on y'all you know what i mean especially rappers man i mean you know you know i mean i think just people just don't have etiquette when it comes you know and leasing was every and stuff like that i think they cross the line you know they feel you know they know you personally no sometimes i get tricky i as in case tag mantle was the worst you had with somebody tried to come up on you tally time and space oh man well so many years probably like just having a fan like if i like have fans went up in trend like kissing don't like that i don't like you know extent like though bodily fluids on me and stuff like that you know you know be like that you know one time to try to kiss me i want to ease up promo thing you know i wanted to slap them like wilson slept i do wanna go there so it's you know you know a lot of times they've on edge personal space take smile and just go on with the only i mean i do my so pacman also beat him up an airport thing about that was this the first time evidence that police had taken pacman jones side on anything like that whole statement thought they were talking about somebody else right exactly yeah i've seen that wow pacman i'm surprised he get arrested no they're all joe's it was clear that he had been attacked and everything else and i was like what is the last time pac man it was like no bring the police over here i'd love to talk to them explain exactly how by elated that's crazy you know i mean you know either way it goes i still think is a bad publicity for nfl though you know now it's not a win another bad is the nfl i mean you know there's been a lot of bad i mean some terrible for the for the nfl that really don't look too good you know i'm glad to and go to jail if you know you shouldn't get suspended for that you know clearly i guess he was defending himself but you know ban stuff on nfl right now that's bad football player nothing other that we come a long way with papa john was making the nfl works pacman jones worth yeah papa john's property john nasty anyway if the worst piece in america i don't even know how you got the nfl sponsor so you know he's cancel dave do so the new record i told you about this when i saw and you had like rb stuff on the internet it never dawned on me that you were actually putting a record out with this and then i.
"freddie" Discussed on The Daily
"So you have to understand the context in which i i spoke to develop parker the last time the country had paid attention to baltimore with right after the killing of freddie gray and he was a twenty five year old man who was arrested in early april of two thousand fifteen and police in baltimore chased him down and put him in handcuffs we recorded dragged him to a police fan short the out i'm like that he was screaming in pain coordination i've been recording his body appeared to be limb at the time someone took a cellphone video of him wonder why can't use his legs police put him in the van and shackled his hands and feet and drove him to jail without a seatbelt on in what prosecutors leader described as a rough ride so they blew through a stop sign made turns really suddenly and a week later freddie gray died of severe injuries including severed spinal cord and that of course came after a string of high profile police killings joe.
"freddie" Discussed on ESPN Pittsburgh
"Sense boy thirty of concern point nine when dupleix brady's thumb was struck i at called practice the sports this week that he five ninety joined the in freddie toronto and fitzsimmons the raptors show here on espn would survive radio with it jeff would dickerson if i three in eighty no six four eighty three in here's la reese lakers get after a big being 399 around that team eighty six when jordan this became march known did leading what the way has been as the temperature the lake whose feet around indiana the patriots knepper well silver what sacramental a 48 when affleck hours idiot it's washington been around would be the betrayed patriots by ted i would say ed when this late happened fourth on water wednesday odd espn uh i had utah a player trailing tell me the that knicks uh they were 115 at practice 112 and atomic there was fastball an audible number nine yell you could state tunnels you know indiana at this coalition 557 because uh far from a public brady at the you australian know open when he banged women's top is right seed simona and halaf an he unseeded apparently american let laura out a loud davis yell went and and up the way three it was explained sets to me was 28 a games lot of players the plan will heads set sorta snapped three hours you had know four look what happened a tom you know and so at that moment freddie the concern level was extremely high uh but what's happened since that point you know he goes through the test and he gets you know favorable returns on the test realizes that okay look this is gonna be something and i i still don't even know the specifics of what it is but what i do know is that he feels it's something that can be managed you know when he can work through it and i was told by someone close to it that the hand should be okay and that it well it might affect him in the afc championship game it would only be from a slightly um you know a slight perspective in terms of affecting him and to spend it forward guys today uh i'm told he had a very encouraging day out on the practice field so the confidence level after today is probably even higher you know that it was going into practice.
"freddie" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Freddie highmore so two two of insane all of us this shift gail devers japan the new no no burning gaming do say jio japan yeah thus shares jio yeah north so is oh share fire 104 three maya.
"freddie" Discussed on ESPN Pittsburgh
"Freddie komen committee approves of yet via radio through exits out of aidid was espn added dana holger sin if the guy that is going to wear his emotions on his sleeve at the west virginia head coach and we saw that last with a football team that people did not have a lot of expectations for the wider having double digit wins it's great to talk with them about that and also this upcoming season's he joins me in studio what was that life for you because there was pressure on you when it came to your job status and yet you and your team went out there and had their kinda season yeah has really proud of the guys i mean there is there is a lot riding on that season in heroin and we we you know we we set a goal you know obviously just try to win as many as we could you know and and we got so far we won ten games towards the end of the year that was a big milestone for us know ever game was was was hard every game was tough but our guys figured out ways the win at the end and and that was really proud of how that thing worked out what was the had neonlight moment for you will you said yeah we'll go do something special here even if nobody is talking about a right now we just we took him one at a time honestly i mean we didn't we didn't get it done against the oklahoma teams in our weight which which was disappointing but every every other game we just fought till the end you know they they they didn't pay any attention to the fact that might might i was i bet they knew i was fighting for my for my job at that point but that's fine up that i myself and and the team the team played oregon you know right now i think i it paid off and right now we got a lot of momentum going into other going into next season's you got the extension at the betting on yourself and your team was able to justify that what did it mean to you you denali better and yourself but then have everything delivered that way at.