17 Burst results for "Gordon Ben"
"gordon ben" Discussed on NuChannel Sports Podcast
"Wage lasers can but they're not playing the Blazers are playing the Chris Paul. Let Thunder Chris Paul can't go one-on-one like that anymore. And even in his career, he wasn't really good at that. This this is the kind of game that I was talking about that James our need to have in the rockets need to have and the fact that they were able to win this game the way that they did without having Russel Rustburg. They were was huge and the fact that need somebody else step up to play their role. I guess based off of the the the style of play that they that the Rockets play Eric Gordon played the role of Russell. So he I guess he broke you broke down. The defense and good point check that out kick that out back. So he played that role he played it. Well in the fact that they were able to you know, contribute like that was great. So here's some numbers right here 52 3.0. That's crazy Ben Macklemore. I mean you need contributors like this. It's a backhoe player 57% from from the three. I think it was I think it was three out of seven or 407 wage and James almost 46% from the three. Yeah, so I had a great night from the three. So this is kind of game that they need, you know, but you know if they can consistently not going to shots like that which they've shown they can do. Yeah, you know that that'll be huge but I was really surprised at how the Thunder that they're a big team especially inside. They're they're pretty big team in the fact. I think I they'll figure it out. Yeah, that's the same way. I feel yeah. I don't know what they're going to do, but I don't know what they're going to do either. I mean, but we say it was terrible player. So for me once I don't think you're going to feel a fool is good. That's exactly how I feel wage. I think the Rockets they have enough. Can we talk about the Lakers not having any players that can really hit those shots of raucous have players. Yeah, we talked about Gordon Ben Macklemore as far as three point shots. He has been money. Yeah so far so best 3-point shooter hard and tight in this group..
"gordon ben" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Just tell you smart guys. Play news talk A 30 W c c o I'm serious. Just say that You might think it's strange that first House on the boom There. Sit Hartmann on the air, something like that. And say What? You what you do that for know that, But but But you, Khun Dude, there's that simple. No days joining us the CenterPoint Energy Home Service plus hotline. Russia Rich males are great story because he He's back in Minneapolis now, But let's start with he started in Minneapolis went to Washburn High School. Things weren't going particularly well. They took him out of school during December River Falls. Which isn't that far away, But it probably seemed like ah, a couple continents away at that time. Go from the Cedar River falls. Well, not only did he make it, the high school would college there now we need to go to college there. Buddy developed his basketball game. Not only did he develop it He became a professional basketball player played the N BA played overseas and now is back home, helping with the Y M. C on the north side of Minneapolis and rich. I loved telling this story because all those kids out there speaks to hope and change and never given up. And if you could put it into one paragraph, what was the turning point in your life that changed you for maybe going down the wrong path to the right path. All night with some man. You know there was a hole. There was a serious of turning points, I think, but I think the one that really stuck out the most Um, I was just having a couple of piers and mentors around me. We're just really disappointed and letting them down knowing they had, you know, skin in the game in my development and wanted to see me do well and You know, finally just Made the decision T give a little extra and do a little more and ah Yeah, well, thanks to some really important people around me, my aunts, my uncles, you know, coaches, teachers that I that I met when I was a mover falls just great people that rallied around. You know somebody that they saw something in you. I definitely didn't go at it alone. I brought this up before. But Gregg Popovich you played for in San Antonio, and you've got some good stories about playing for him and you know, influential. He was. He's been very influential during the whole civil unrest. All that's gone into it in defending players and one of the one of the things that he said One day he had a quote was You wouldn't believe the stories that I've heard of how these many of these people have grown up the end of coaching. And you're so powerful impactful when he said that you knew you knew what he was talking about that he he had sat with them, and he had heard the stories of rich Melcher and others. And he had. You know it's tough guys. Yes, he had great empathy. For where they grew up in how they grew up. Ah, in so many times like yourself, rich, itjust took that one person Ah, to the point yet one or maybe more, so you know, does take a village to punch in the right direction. Is that your goal now for for the kids that you work with? Yeah, I think Yeah. Speaking of pop, man, Great guy. I mean, the stuff I used today, and we've talked about this. Before Max. But the stuff I used today I learned playing basketball, um, learned from coaches, you know, howto work with a team howto show up early and stay late and work on your craft. Take direction. You know when the lead when to fall back Not a problem solver. That's all stuff I learned shooting hoops. No, that's all stuff I learned from my teammates and, um, just going through adversity every day during. Yeah, you know, it's tough. It's tough over game. Yeah. I won't interrupt you but one of the great stories Papa Bishop asked. You tell us before, But here's the ultimate. He cut you if you have great respect for him, because the way he didn't explain Well, you know, he cut me the night of my best, probably the best game I had in the prole in terms of minutes. I think I were playing the Chicago Bulls back when they had, you know Ben Gordon Ben Wallace. Yeah. Um, a bunch of young, a bunch of young gunslinger's man and I only played about 11 minutes, but I finished had finished with something like nine points and five blocks and 11 minutes. And you know, I'm garden Ben Gordon Garden. Ben Wallace, whose hands down one of the arguably one of the strongest men never touch an MBA basketball. And I got called into the office that night and I go with Coach and I'm sick and I'm about to get praised or really recognition goes. I gotta let you go. I'm sending you to France and I go. You're kidding me What you're talking about? I just had the best game of my season. Hey, I know you can't guard Ben Wallace's And you know the Ben Gardens and the Kobe Bryant from the N B. A. And I look at a dentist's face, said coach who can. What do you think this is? Man? You told me to just make it difficult, but Long story short that evening. He told me, you know, he said, Rich. You're an MBA player. You're gonna be fine. I'm gonna send you where Tony Parker's from. You know, over top of Europe, playing Euroleague and fear soon you need anything. Let me know. And it was. It was a lot of occasions where most of my dialogue And most of my praise if you will from from coach Pop came after times of success that I had, where he would totally flip it on me and remind me it's not enough. You know you played well, but it's not enough. You made a game winning shot practice. You know the day before we leave for training camp, But that wasn't your shot, kid. All that with Tim Duncan's What do you think you are taking that shot and I'm going well, It's just like lesson after lesson after Western film. For that. I'm grateful, man, because it taught me a lot of things that I can pass on. And that is still used today. Now tell me about today in the north side of Minneapolis for York. Why I'm see there either Down Broadway. How are the kids doing right now? There? We have about 60 young people here that are thriving. There. They're eating. You know, we do. School aged child care for kindergarten through eighth grade. So every day between seven and 5 30 our doors are opened for families to drop their kids off..
"gordon ben" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Got Alfred. Do you remember who I got? I got Steve Carell Will Ferrell, Jim Carey. That's pleasing to the people as you could possibly get one right up money, whether Listen, man, I'm telling you, man, tell you coming in third, but continue. I'm telling you, George Carlin is the master hand that what is a mask for me? So a man who's coming in second. I'm coming. I'm coming in first. You're coming in fourth. Just getting like I said Third could Well, who's coming in second being? What do you get me coming? You get me coming in first. No, No, You got him coming in first. No. Yes. Whoever had Juries unveiled wins the ball. Gordon Ben Welcome home on time, even though it's can't hold on. You know what? To the office. The best sitcom of all time, man. The office is the best show. Apparently he thinks Joe Joe's coming, he says. Judge is coming in first Smart man. Ben said that Foxworthy's going to hurt you, Alfred. Bach for these going to hurt me, and I don't think so, man. I think Jim has not been tweeting apparent. Jim Gaffigan could hurt you. Just Oh, my God, I don't kid. No, I think he's very funny. But I don't know if he is as popular as as is well known to gather people in one of the funniest comedians I've ever heard in my life. You want it? You got it. You got to travel if you're gonna drive, and you just want to listen to good, smart. Comedians without having to go all the way with the foul language man. He does a great job by the way on Sunday morning on CBS, who does Jim Gaffigan. He does. He does like a little commentary. He's been living in his apartment in New York with his kids and his wife, and he's been talking about Corona virus. Everyone didn't know, though. It's actually very funny. Okay, probably looking for that now. It's actually woman. Look for that tonight as I sleep outside, Oh, the 719 says. Where's George Lopez? George Lopez is gonna be He's been in there. Ellen should have been in. But Ellen doesn't do as much stand up anymore. We weren't going to stand up, though, but I know but I'm doing it. I'm just saying, if I'm go somewhere, and I'm going to be entertained for 35 minutes so far, Alfred has no votes. Let someone wrote someone wrote Sam Kinison and Lenny Bruce. The problem is nobody in here. Lenny Bruce. Lenny Bruce could be tough for a lot of folks to know who Lenny Verses. And Sam Kennison. It was for a nominal dispenses knew Bob Newhart. Bob Newhart was tremendously funny. I mean, tremendously. Actually, You know, a lot of dry humor about Carol Burnett. And we're gonna put Carol Burnett on this list. Yes, I really think that billings when it should have been on the list with somebody, and by the way, can I just be honest? If Bill Cosby would not be in the trouble that he's in, somebody would've picked Bill Cosby just because you can't pick building can't pick him now can pick our Kelly is a favorite singer. Sorry, I dont think just my son told me that you can't play that no more and I was like you're right. What do you mean? You were you? Were you playing a little bumping around in the car? I was this part of a myth Music mix and it was like you got to turn that off. Good song, but got turning so far by the way on the voting out front was indeed in last with 10%. KUB is 3rd 20% Jo Jo. 30% and I'm winning with 40% away like the office. It's early. No, I pits really early that his fan favorites you could go. It's It's early. A corral is so funny, Mary Very railroad generally, but he did a movie that was a bomb. He did, which one I did a movie. That was just not a couple that I think are. What are you doing? You're ruining your career. Well, you know what? You're probably thinking of the one that he did, where he was more or less a serious actor. Yeah, And I was like, No, don't Don't go out Jim Carrey on thee and locks. Are you referring to Foxcatcher or the one words Wall Street? Is Fox catcher Was the wrestling one right? Him and Jenna Tatum and then the one that was a strange. Another serious one is the one words like on Wall Street. I came in What's called Foxcatcher Win a bunch of awards. Did it. I think he got nominated. Grow. Got nominated for that movie. If it's not the office type stuff, I don't know, man. I just I just I just typecast him. I might get hurt a little bit. With Steve Carell because of the newest Siri's What's the Siri's Space force? It's really my goodness. It's so base. Really, really. It's really, really, really, really bad. Like what is that? It's really space force again. I will do when he's like plays like he's in Colorado, and it's my good is terrible. The writing is really that box catcher movie got nominated for three Golden Globes, including best picture, and Steve Carell was nominated for best supporting a note. He was nominated for best actor. I've been seeing that. I guess it got somethingto. Watch it. 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"gordon ben" Discussed on First Take
"Call. My Man Charlie Hoffman. I got I got I got to get going on. He paid tribute to outcast. That was agreed cultural culturally task house basketball wise to do you agree that. Westbrook and hard at the rockets having do agree it. Here's what I mean by that. I don't have them winning the championship. But I don't believe that you look at this roster in terms of they've made a decision Jay we going small we smallman and it really comes out. And it's not supposed to Daryl Morey about. This is what it comes down to this. James Harden a Russell Westbrook. If they play like the superstars they are going to beat them. In the way. Take anybody they can take anybody. It's just west of the whether or not they gonNA play likes installed postseason. You can't twenty percent fifteen point. You can't sit up ahead and let Damian Lillard give it to you if you the west because somebody likes to just use the hypothetical because of what happened laughs get against Dame Tom you James Harden as much as I don't think he choke like Max's said or whatever but I do believe obviously clearly. He's played better regular season that he's had deep into the playoffs. If James Harden shows up and he's Briggs is eight game and Russell Westbrook breaks his game and they're playing small ball who the hell they'll stop this offense as a as a betting man betting on that. I'm not kidding you're saying if I've seen it which is why I said you say. Do they have enough. Yes because if those dues bring that game. I think they could take anybody. I just don't know if they'll be able to bring that game against the clippers or the Lakers. That's me but I'm just looking at them office. I'm like my God who the Hell's GonNa stop them. They made a commitment to small ball. And I'M NOT GONNA lie to you. It's scaring the hell out of being a good way. Because I have no problem being h town June. It does not ask. I like h h down has been Betty Betty. Good to me because a lot of your opinions Stephen. A are based on the weather and other absolutely the weather absolutely without question whether the point that. I'm trying to make to you that whether it does matter in hot enough it does it. Does matter does go ahead. I agree with them. They have enough in the sense. That when you look at each piece they they have the guys who who do the job you want them to do. The team is constructed enough to win a championship. The question is are. The talents of some of those pieces pitched high enough to complement harden and Westbrook to win a title again. I think yes but they're not pitched so high that you would make them the favorites so it's possible that they can win. They have all the pieces and their talents are good enough that you can't rule them out but they're not want they're not the odds on favorite or the second most likely even to win. The thing that must be said is the commitment to small which I mentioned right away gives them the punchers chance increases the punchers chance that they have to win the whole thing. That commitment really is the reason that you can't rule them out when you look at the team that lost to Golden State in game seven at home. It took one of the worst shooting nights in the history of basketball for them to lose by single digits to a fully loaded. Katie Steph Curry Klay Thompson. Draymond Green Warriors team that wound up winning the championship. That's how much that's how good some of those rockets players were. But also the system the warriors way more talented than rockets on paper. That should not be a seven game. Series decided by single digits and yet it was and the only reason in my view. I know you feel differently. Steven you think this gold state words with a ratcheted up their game they needed to. Maybe they would've but in my view the rockets lost because bad shooting including by their leader. James Harden that's why I thought it was a choke jogging that guy to step up. He didn't he was missing shots but everyone was missing shots. When you look at this team they have the lengthy kind of switch defender that they need in Covington who can also shoot a three. They have the attacker in Westbrook and they can play five out because he can surround him with shooters. They can push the pace. They can do all the things they need to. Pj Tucker who can hit the corner three and could play defense and all the things they have all the pieces. You need to do it. But the talents aren't pitched high enough to make them favorites. Love watching this team. Play as a guard. It's like a glorified a basketball game and it's different because that's unique. Pov that we don't see in the game of basketball especially in the NBA. I don't think it's enough though and I'll say because strategy I got a chance to talk to a couple of scouts in one coach. And he said Hey Jay. This is when things are going to change when you get into the playoffs. We're going to designate. One person to meet Russell Westbrook off made Emmett shots early full length. So he doesn't get a running start so we limit him transition we will then in the half court back off of him and then play a man in the middle if you have bigs if your L. A. Or of your team like the clippers and you have mantras. Herro you play a Guy Centerfield this clogs paint. Stop Them from driving and half court so then it comes out. Do jump shooting now. I think James Harden could get hot. There is a question about him if you look at the history of him getting hot in the playoffs where he'd be. That's a legitimate question. But I start looking at other guys. Covington Era Gordon Ben mclemore Daniel House. Pj Tucker will they be able to make enough shots if you limit guys like Russell Westbrook and transition you make Russell and you make James Horan the guy even if he drops thirty a game. I don't think they have enough pieces to plays different styles of basketball than the way they play one style and if the thing that we've seen in the NBA you have to be able to change your style which you play. Well they can do them Jay. Our China don't have personnel. Challenge you on that there. Are there have been champions? That played a style and said this is what we're going to do which going do about the small. Boston relaunched small. I'm just simply saying that. They have been champions in the past. Whether it's the Bulls whether it's the Pistons whether it's the lake is whether it's the San Antonio Spurs this is who we are but those styles Biz Cowan. No no I'm not. I'm not challenging. I'm only challenging the notion that you must. You must be diverse. Okay in order to win. I'm saying that there are those that were not diverse. They like this. How we're going to beat you. Would you go do about it and what I love about Houston if this was Daniel House or it? This was every Gordon and somebody even do. I respect those guys. It would be different. The two cornerstones for this franchise right now. James Harden and Russell Westbrook would want saying we have enough where it what they're doing is letting you know we're coming. This is what we don't do. We don't force y'all you know what y'all when compared to do a damn thing about it. That's what they're saying. And that's what I like because the bottom line is that question more. We know what everybody else is going to. For the most part they're gonNA make him this shots. Okay they have good nice. They go have bad nights depending on what we think about the Houston Rockets. Is Dan Tony? System and James Harden Russell Westbrook feeding off the Russell. Westminster plan out of his mind. But I agree with you because that's the same thing I heard. We will have somebody following him wherever he goes. Make ALL MISS WE GO MIRROR. And where are we gonNA shadow where he goes James Heart? You know what he could bring you. GonNa let him dribble the ball and he'll dribble the ball and to ten twelve journals before he does something they're saying you we don't give a damn. How are you going to do it? We the ones that's going to do it. Go find out. I like that like but is that enough just because they say I'm not sorry guys that can say come on the show but is it always enough. All I'm saying to you is this. There are people who have said it and have backed.
"gordon ben" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"And let's see one side of the coin. Derek Jones. Junior won the slam dunk contest. In your opinion other side of the coin it was Aaron. Gordon Ben Lyons called in the air. I'm going with the people's Champ A. G. Aaron Gordon Gordon got robbed. -At's right angels camp I won this coin. Toss but with that comes no advantage. So I'm going to defer okay I've got a question designed specifically for Ben. Lyons the Knicks Cowboy. Tried the superstar player route with Isaiah. Thomas they tried the superstar coach route with Phil Jackson. Sure they tried the company man. Steve Mills none of those have turned around the fortunes of James. Dolan's floundering Knicks Standard. It has led fans chanting. Sell the team at Dolan at Dolan during games. Now the knicks will be following the path of the warriors and the Lakers golden state hired super. Agent Bob Myers the Lakers hired Super Agent. Rob Pelinka the Knicks and the process of hiring. See as Leon rose to run basketball operations. The official hiring will take some time because rose has to divest himself of clients will following the warriors and Lakers path. Turn the Knicks Organization around. And how do you feel about agents taking over basketball operation? There's nowhere to go but up toward begins What could possibly be worse. It comes down to relationship. Steve Young you know in sports and in media it's relationships that move the needle and if Leon rose who is so well regarded around the league and he's bringing worldwide West Steve. Stoute thinking bring these relationships to the guard in it might get things back on track. Stout was over skis on. I take the other day but I saw matt the Oscars and I said what's the first order of business. And he said we got to repair the relationship with Charles Oakley conduct that okay. They understand the ramifications that might have SAM young player if they're gonNA treat their legends like that are they. GonNa do for me. That's what every athlete is thinking. What are they gonNa do from me and if you can have someone in place who's trusted and has those relationships then hopefully you're on the right track. I think it is smart. I think it is a relationship business. I think he immediately imbues the organization with credibility as long as. He's allowed to do what he wants to do. That's the thing also empowered the end of the day. There's a guy with a Kazoo who you know is waiting behind. The closed door is going to say. You know what? Actually let's trade a first round pick Andre upon Yanni right. Let's not trade for Kyle. Ever a good hire if they let them do what he wants to do. But anyone who's successful in business has empowered people to do their absolute camp micromanage. You have delegate and he's never been able to do that now so check me off fired odds of failure high hundred percent the next movie. I'm really excited to see. Steve doesn't come out until April. And it's the latest Bond installment of Daniel Craig. This time it's called no time to die keep lead. The first time he played James Bond was back in two thousand six. Wow can you name the five bond films four previous ones? And if you were the executive in charge of the bond franchise would you say goodbye to Daniel Craig? After no time to die I think the only one I can remember is sky fall. Great movie and great title. That's that's a great title. I don't think I can remember the rest. He did five right. Yeah Casino Royale. Two thousand all right followed by this kind of a mouthful in a tough on the marquee quantum of solace. I remember quantum massage. Then Sky Fall which was served at Oscar down here spectra the spectrum forgettable Dolly Dolly. So he's he's not a perfect record as bond but he's done four movies and for this we as V movie and Fourteen Years. They blend together in my head You know bond movies are kind of like pizza. Even when they're not that good they're still pretty good I think he's been a great bond but I think it is probably time to move on. So what do you do? If you're the executive in charge who do you recast? You go completely outside the box you woman. My two favorite choices would be Idris. Elba think it'd be fantastic. He's Tall Guy. He's got the physicality Nash Super Cool. It's got to be a brick and the other one. Is Tom hit Allston? I was GONNA say. Tom Said Loki from the key. Yes but also. He kind of auditioned for when he did that. Mini series the night manager. Did you see that? Yeah that's right. It was kind of for that. So those are my two picked like those picks and I think it is time for Daniel Craig's you say goodbye because I was looking at some of the runs at the other bonds fourteen years. Yeah long run only five movies in that time it's not like he's cranking out every to us. He is definitely he. I saw an interview with him where he said he's done. It's a great run but there's no way is doing another one so they've they've got to come up with a new to the opening theme song. Well Billy I wish during the opening theme song for this which I think is i. I didn't know that and that's exactly who I thought. Yeah we should do it no field at the moment. It's really it's really smart. Feels like right now? They do a good job with with theme songs. Yeah and there's opening credit. Yeah all right Google as Pala Josh for accidentally sending users private videos to strangers when people use Google takeout to download their own content. They were accidentally given videos uploaded by people. They don't know. Google is now telling users that their videos have been downloaded by strangers. So question does this make you concerned about the Internet. Everything in the cloud. It seems like people can get our stuff easier than ever. They're hackers and now big companies are just screwing up and send our stuff to complete strangers. Complete Mess. I think. This'll be what defines the next twenty years of of Culture cybersecurity safety but also just kind of I don't know getting manipulated or incriminated. I think it's more terrifying that you think that they're always listening. As opposed to the things. I'm consciously documenting will then get sent out gone filming a video of something. That's a choice that I'm making right through that and I know that with that comes some ramification but right now cell phones sitting on the desk and if it's recording right now I believe on his record absolute. I don't know that it's recording. I mean I think that's that's there's sometimes I look at I think is the blue light on. That's very conspiracy theory. I don't I mean my right now. I feel like there definitely is one of the big. You know big brother in the sky enemy of the state type thing. I think they're always recording. Your your calls for sure okay. Every phone calls recorded. Yeah definitely I think I think. A lot of folks are intercepted. I do believe that. Oh I didn't think about that but I don't think I don't think the phone is listening to me right now. I think it's like tag Geo tagging value but also if have your phones off and you're all in the car and you're talking about planning a trip to Mexico then. All of a sudden your facebook feed their abstract. I don't think that's real. No I agree with you on that. You agree with me on that right. That's one hundred percent. You guys you guys are way too conspiracy so I just try to all at once a day show into my phone. Give me a million dollars. Give me a million dollars and see what happens. I don't believe I don't believe the phone is listening to US really by the way if you if you had let's say intimate videos That you loaded into this Google APP and those went up to strangers. You think they have any recourse. Does Google have any responsibility? Do you have recourse? If if something really sensitive was sent to somebody else? Yeah I think so. I think you can tell you I think somewhere. In the terms and conditions it says he may screw terms and attitude of their their. He's check the box and you hit next trying. Have no idea what we're agreeing to sign the terms and conditions. The you know. Is there a piece of tape on your computer right now? Ireland does that. I have one. I don't think the camera. What are the camera on? Why would it turned off? Who WOULD TURN IT ON? Who's turning it off. No who would turn it on them. Tell me what entity would turn on my candidate. They're listening OV- Yes. Bauer everybody's listening see that's I won't go as far as you and Ireland new producer. I definitely chat. This is a wild story. You see the Michigan woman named Ronca freeze. Who is on a flight from Michigan with her. Service Horse. I heard about this. This woman flew first class from Michigan to California. Now the service dog but a Shetland Pony a service horse in First Class. She was quoted on saying that it was very important to her that her pony had space on the flight. And the question I ask. You is should serve his horses be allowed on planes and where you draw the line with service animals because they do provide a comforting service to people who need them however some tells me there's some people on those fights were taking their dogs and don't really need the service. I think this has gotten out of control now. This has gotten completely out of control. I mean honestly I I was on a flight and I think even with dogs I think out of control. And you're a dog guy. I love dogs but I went on a A. I was on a flight and the lady next to me. Just had her dog there. She seemed perfectly fine. She did not seem like she was an emotional wreck. Her dog was not holding her emotions. Together she just wanted to travel with their dog. Wait a minute wait a minute. I just want to jump in and say that you don't know that she has the dog on there or whatever animal for that particular type how this your by forever with obvious guys on playing you know. I'm just saying there are people who now have. They had these dogs for like diabetic alert. Dogs and that can check to make sure that your blood sugar is where it's supposed to be. There's all kinds of different reasons will use Jersey Network of vast on dog. I'm telling you when I wanted Hor- The horse I heard of goat's I've heard of snakes. I've heard of people bringing all kinds of stuff on planes service alligator. It's gotten ridiculous. I totally agree with you on that. And people definitely taken advantage of it but on the flip side. You have to understand that. There's all kinds of new technology with you. Know Service and therapy in many different ways that tell you what the next when I wanNA bring my pets on a vacation. I'm going to buy two friggin vests and I'm GonNa put them there and they're going to sit in my seat in my lap with me and I'm going to tell the flight attendant I I would fall apart emotionally if these dogs were not with me. We gotta fill out the right paperwork. Hey by the way I think the vests are a dead giveaway that you're probably paying too much cost. Just make like dog. Flights took fight where you know. Hey all dogs are lower. I have to ask you of never been a fan of dogs. You know I. I love my dogs. They are my. I don't know I don't know if I will hold myself together without my dogs You've always been anti hog last night and went to a dinner party and halfway through. I couldn't breathe because they were dogs and they wanted dog person not an not a pet person not the domestication of animals. All four animals out in the wild living free the non about having one in your house living with the last time you and I talked. You said that that might change. Change Change you are going to get a dots can happen. It's any day now. I think that's I think I'm just going to show up and there's going to be a little dog in the house. I think that's the way it's going to happen really really. Yeah how are you going to feel about it? We're we'll find out when we get there. Steve Yeah I think that's. That's it's something that's going to happen. I would say the next three months. Wow I would. I'd be shocked if it didn't straight off while and I think it's GonNa it'll change your life you think so. Yeah we'll be bringing on a good step between like the next step is baby. If you can take care of if you could take care of a plant you can take care of a dog if you can take care of a dog and take care of a kid. I'm all for skipping some of those steps and going right to baby. But it's it sounds like it's GonNa it's GonNa it's GonNa Happen. Yeah it's good for you. Good for you not going to be on a plane now. I'm not taking a dog on a plane. 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"gordon ben" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen
"It's interesting that the play doesn't really put Tennessee Williams in a very good light. Tom Really leaves his family in really dire straits like maybe even more streets than they would have been if he hadn't even been in the family. I just reread the glass menagerie. I realized that that I've kind of identified with all the different characters at different times. That's one of the things that makes it resonant. Even though our world is so different than the nineteen eighteen forty four world when it was first written you can keep mining for experiences over and over these characters are still kind of the archetypes that we live with breath and so many of us also have of course dysfunctional families. And we know what it's like to want to escape our situation and we know what it's like to really yearn for something more. Jeffrey Vinik is culture editor at WNYC MM-HMM SO class menagerie class buildings when it comes to buildings. It wasn't that long ago. That glass had this Mary particular get her role. It formed windows this rectangle set into the wall to let some light it but a big part of what makes the modern world. Modern are perfectly rectangular buildings. That are all about glass. Glass Skins and that's due in large measure to a small art and design school that existed very briefly in a small German city in the early twentieth century. The House the House was founded in Weimar in one thousand nine thousand nine hundred years ago which is why I'm talking about it today. My idea was always we have to do something together to destroy these separations. Between Painting Sculpture Architecture and design and son is all run. That's Walter Gropius. who was the founder of the House? It stars included the artists. Kandinsky Mahalia Nagishi Albers and the architects Walter Gropius and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Both of whom ran the school as well. Even though the by house only lasted for fourteen years ears. The architecture and design faculty became so influential that the school's name became the name of a movement and is still practically synonymous with with modernism so centennial fix on the Bow House legacy especially in America. I called my friend Francis Brunette to go on a field trip to look at some. Of New York's Bow Housing and buildings and Yama or however you say that in German I guess. Francis is an architect and president of Pratt Institute institute the architecture and Design Art College in New York where I happen to serve on the board even the question of what is about how. What does that mean the the original bow house architects? It meant more than just aesthetics after the Hello World War One. They wanted to make the world a better place. When we look at the origins of Bow House it had social project this was an industrial revolution? It was a moment in time where you're building new professional class. That was going join to using new materials new techniques new processes new tools and develop a whole new world with that where more people could have access to more people could have better lives. That was the intent. The lasting big bow house idea in architecture was that modern buildings shouldn't look like decorated cakes. Hey CTS but like the sleek engineered machines they are showing off their modern construction techniques and modern materials like steel and in plate glass in grids of columns and beams and Kennedy Levers with flat roofs. So what was the house about. It was deep experiments with new materials. New Technologies new ways of thinking about Labor because they were trying to figure out the place between craft and manufacturing. They're walking into the industrial revolution. Solution they're coming out of the first revolution. What can we do now to to generate? Thanks for everybody but also what is technology reveal about the making of something. What can we do after the Nazi? Shut down the BIOS in nineteen thirty. Three the architects Gropius and Mies as he was called emigrated to America. GEICO and me's setup the important. US Bow House outpost at the Illinois Institute of Technology. He even designed the campus. Where until just a couple of years ago Francis was provost I not only taught at it and lived on a museum campus? I actually lived in East Tower on Lake Shore. You're driving along the lake in Chicago. Yeah so founder. Oh He's father was a stonemason so he grew up learning about craft very very deep awareness. Of how you make things attention to detail of course about those buildings not everybody. In America instantly love muses uses two pieces meese. Isn't your purely technical approach to architecture. Denial of aesthetics of beauty. I don't think so the dog. I think the logical approach is just the used. It means we have in our time. And the state take the question of portions of somebody said but before long. He and his influential followers hours. Help bring the House DNA. Every new post-war American big city including here in New York seventy-five our cabinet not just another New York office building but in the words of architecture leaders a singular landmark with a loop and aristocratic qualities. Not Likely to be often repeated in any city anywhere a new standard of architecture quality here we are at the Seagram building. One of the Great Buildings Certainly Park Avenue of New York of of America is still to me beautiful building. But it's probably not as extraordinary as it was when it was put up sixty years ago. Well of course one of its extraordinary features is that it's still extraordinary ordinary right that it's timeless. It's this dark black steel and glass. It's actually Coated in bronze rent. This one has a kind of Patna now. That wasn't the norm in the search for a special dignity and design age-old bronze was chosen other New York. Skyscrapers bear faces the luminaries steel glass. But this building she then. Bronze is unique. The Seagram building is thirty. Eight stories just tall enough enough to be imposing amber tinted glass dark bronze and out front this perfectly scaled stone plaza with two decorative pools. The building is as refined and serious as a bespoke business. This is also building in some ways you know expresses structure okay so you you see the basically what other people would call columns. But they're not calling the vertical elements that are handling all the way to the top as senior strips. All all the way up unrelenting right. They're not broken. You see them go so those are actually added onto the structure. They're not doing anything other than an aesthetic. Construction men speak of them as marlins these columns have to architectural tasks to perform they separate the Florida ceiling windows and also they multiply the vertical lines rising majestically from the glass walled ground floor to the top of the building. Here is accent. Unrestricted restricted cure upward movement. So when people say we'll meet didn't use any decoration. It's ridiculous you have to look at all of these details you know. Look at where any kind kind of great is placed. Everything is absolutely deliberate. There's nothing arbitrary about where things land and where the joints look like. It has a certain kind of proportion portion of rhythm and symmetry right. That's in some ways a kind of control discipline and what's interesting here is that it. has this incredible fluidity from inside to outside. It's pretty remarkable. You can see that fluidity between inside and outside Francis is talking about and when you look at the pink granite that paves the building's lobby which is the same pink granite on the surface of the plaza just outside the lobby's he's glass walls and the surface is continuous. Goes right inside. There isn't a threshold and it's the same material goes eight material goes right through. So he's basically saying as though anybody could come into the building. Everybody is welcome there. Isn't this monumental staircase and you have to sort of ask. Do I belong here. It's did you feel like you can come on here. But there are some discussions about this because he says everybody can come here but there's no place to sit then. We headed inside the bill. Here we are in the lobby of the building which is grand but not bombastic or gigantic. And it's kind of smartest smartest modest. What two stories? Maybe one hundred feet by fifty feet glass Bronson beautiful travertine marble right. Yes and it's fascinating to me to see what's here because I'm sure. These desks is not an easy aesthetic. There have too much detail there. Not Not as elegant as the building itself the the level of precision and control that he wanted now in fact. There's a lot of work in writing about a modern architects wanting to control what you were wearing. The furniture in the lobby of many of their residential Angel Towers Mondro for example would have designed the chairs. Freud right was doing that before guys slippers. Everything was taken care of that is actually the critique often of the work does it allow for people to truly inhabit the space you mean as opposed to being to austere or you have to would be controlled and so I think that the real question is what are the parameters by which we can occupy these spaces and feel okay about being in them right. So let's Sir walk across this gorgeous continuous floor slash plaza over the lever conveniently fifty yards away was another masterpiece of the Bowel House aesthetic building. I just love Labor House. Three Ninety Park Avenue was built in nineteen fifty two as headquarters for the Lever Lever Brothers. Soap company from Libra House. In New York. City comes the greatest skin-care discovery of our time dove creams. Your skin while you wash Josh. It was designed by Gordon. Ben Shaft and Natalie deploys who were American disciples of me's.
"gordon ben" Discussed on Hunting Warhead
"Ben Gordon Getting Washington late in the afternoon on Friday September thirtieth. It's too late for museums. But they're just in time to meet up with Patrick Faulty. What are you look like white short hair taller than Ben kind of thin? You Know How some people in their face they look the era Ghent. Naturally I think he had that about him. I didn't make you feel. I mean. He seemed more suspicious. This than Ben Right off the Bat I guess and he seemed perhaps a little less friendly and that we got into the car uh and we jove south in Virginia. Gordon has some elderly relatives a couple of hours away offered offered him and his friends a place to sleep but it was like very far in the woods. Very beautiful they had a lot of land is Trees surrounding the property after full day on the road. Gordon Ben Patrick had met outside homeland. Security agents have tracked faulty scarred of the House they realize is focus cars there too and so they put in a request for a search warrant. The moment though just watching watching being in waiting I I remember. We got in the car pretty early over an hour between the spice in Virginia and Washington. DC The next morning Saturday. October First Two Thousand Sixteen Gordon's twenty second birthday and Gordon's eager to get a start. He's got a lot of plans museums historic sites those tickets to the opera. Patrick wasn't overly talkative. He'd be he's just kind of well he was driving and then Ben turn me and he told me that him and Patrick had to go off and do something and they wouldn't be available until the following day in the afternoon and he gave me a bunch of money. I'll be a good birthday. Hence water cash and how much cash three hundred bucks. I had a lot of friends in university. I don't think any of them gave me three hundred bucks ever. What were you thinking? I was amped three hundred bucks. I can do anything I wanted university student why not. I think he felt bad. I I would hope he felt bad about ditching me on my birthday and I'll go to the opera so I thought he was just being generous or whatever so the faulkner faulty head off and Gordon. Gordon has pretty good time. I went to the Capitol building. I went to all these museums. I just lazed around in my hotel room. It was an awesome day. I went to the opera figure which was astounding beautiful full opera at the Kennedy Center. which is an amazing building is probably one of my best birthdays? The day itself all this time homeland security is watching all can faulty tracking device. Show's fault these car. Moving south again around midday stops hotel. In the town of Manassas Virginia Homeland Security Agents Watch faulkner and faulty L. D.. Leave the hotel card game dinner later. That evening electronic surveillance places Valdis car outside private residence in Manassas tax morning Sunday October Second Homeland Security agents watches faulkner and faulty check out of their hotel and make their way north again. Where reconnect with Gordon? I I met Ben and Patrick outside of the national air and Space Museum and then we all started During the museum's eventually really you know we were done with museum stuff. I'd gone all these tacky souvenirs and we SORTA just walked down. The reflecting pool and tourists would stop us. We we'd take their pictures for them. We walked up the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and I would tell them facts about American history that they had no interest in whatsoever when you were watching watching them. Interact Patrick and Benge any thoughts about the nature of their friendship. Anything lists certainly seemed in tune especially looking back on it now. I guess it's almost as though they were both our sound around melodramatic but if they were both putting on a performance winning well living with Ben Throughout our relationship anything very very specific about what he was doing he would evade that question in a kind of had like a style of evasion. And Patrick did the exact same thing when I go to ask like WH- about these sort of specific things that they were doing online. Gordon has them this. Three of them are having dinner in downtown DC. I think it'd be like I would try to. I try. Try to guess what it was that they were doing. So I'd say like hey guys hacking capital one they say yep absolutely what I'm doing let's say like. Hey you guys Are you wiki leaks. Yes I'm wikileaks. There's yeah but they would say in such like SORTA sarcastically like I'm we leaks and I guess the way it was has done. It was diffusing of the conversation. They did a good job but I do remember at one point in the natural aerospace museum like like I just met up with him and I was wondering like what if I were to call the cops on these guys right now. Some pretty sure. They've done something. Is Their last night together next morning. Gordon Banner supposed to head north of Canada. Patrick's going back to Tennessee three of them. Drive back to Gordon's Relatives House. Deepen the Virginia Jinyan Woods along the way and Gordon start playing a game Everyone's played it. Would you rather have you know Legs for arms or arms for legs this kind of thing and we go through all these stupid scenarios that made no sense and at one point. Ben Says to me Gordon if you could would you switch your life for Mine Right now would you my life. I live your life right now and I thought what about it and I said no no and then I asked him back in. Ben mcadoo If you could snap a finger right now would you switch. Switch Your Life for mine. You know he's offer a second he said you know no I. I don't think I would. I got some problems in my life. Sure but I I think savings going to be okay. I think this is all all going to work out.
"gordon ben" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Here's here's the other thing I watched that game. Do you know what hit me. I get why the Patriots Sign Antonio Brown because you know who they went to in multiple spots yesterday Philip nor set who's clearly clearly the best wide receiver yesterday. Julian Edelman has broken ribs or something's wrong with them right he played in the game because he's one of the toughest obese and league history and and his Brady would tell ya jewels ain't missing time and he won't he's. He's a Patriot through and through. That's why bill likes them and why he's not. GonNa Wally pipped him because he's a war daddy but he was. It's sixty percent Max yesterday. Their first round pick is on injured reserve. It's hard to run against the bill so it's going to be a very pass heavy game gronkowski's. Oskoui's long-on they just did Josh Gordon's Ben Banged Up. They needed Antonio Brown. They didn't just do it like the rich got richer because that's kind on what I thought and then you watch him. Play Damn now that omens banged up and Gronk not there there are supposed in the game. You can't just throw two running-backs every single play they needed aby and just like they're going to need to kill Harry to get right and they're going to need them to come back now. I'm not saying I am not your stupid. If you're you're in the business a write in this team off or they have flaw. Sometimes you know what Brady would tell you or bribery. Jack would tell you we've had many teams over this last decade that were much more our offense carries the majority of the year remember some of those. Patricia teams and we're going to get into Patricia. Here in a second defense was awful. Didn't they lose a super bowl. We're Tom Brady eighty through for over five hundred yards because their defense couldn't get a stop had no chance to stop against Nick foles. Can you imagine if that defense I would with the defense right now with that team in the loss game. That's just the way the NFL is ebbs and flows injuries happen even scaring them. There's nothing nothing wrong with that in a Windsor win. That's an impressive win. You go on the road. It's bill check. This defense is legit in the big reason it's not like they have some superstar star pass rushers. It's their coverage unit is unstoppable and Josh Allen Man. You can't just throw it up the this. You are not playing lane. Uc Davis here buddy you are not playing UNLV. This is not even the Cincinnati bengals. This is the New England patriots. You're better off taking exacts than throwing it up throwing picks. You will lose every single time I repeat every single time. If you throw three picks against the Patriots on the road at home on a neutral site you will lose one million percent of the time. He didn't play winning football yesterday. It's just that simple the bills defense topnotch. I'm not coaching staff. Sean McDermott topnotch Patriot team pretty top notch even though a little flawed right now at the passing game. Josh Allen was kind of the outlier that game like Bro. What are are you doing. I'm Erin Maki Creator and host of unexcused season. One was a deep dive into the Salem witch trials in this season of on obscured. We'll trace the path from the spiritualist who followed the Voice of Andrew Jackson. Davis over the course of the nineteenth century spiritualism became a kaleidoscope of novel beliefs courageous people and world shaking events. Here's historian Molly mcgary air were always many spiritual `isms both in the nineteenth century and beyond so some people came to the table seeking financers wanting deeply to commune with lost loved ones others were curious investigators looking to see for themselves with technology could materialize but what I found in what I've been most oh struck by is that many spirituous took seriously the possibility of channelling voices of the dead as a means of both connecting with the past and imagining both worldly and and other worldly futures the second season of UN obscured premiers October second listen to one obscured on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts and then Matt Patricia I probably have won the league and they thought that I was being a little harsh but my takeaway okay is just because you're a smart guy..
"gordon ben" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"This is from the whites texture at the four to five question for Derren if Saul miss correcting aghast on something so crazy what would you be in solves you're telling him to challenge the guest that is a good question I think if somebody said something like this like trump gonna kill many millions more than now and I just ignored it yeah I miss that so for my cat chairman now dole the nature of this show is different than the nature of that show it's true I do think at the very least you would have corrected me within twenty four hours and let me know as my producer and to add one more layer I listen to our show I think it's important for the people who are creating content earlier today I picked up the show by saying that we are just warriors in this content Coliseum but I think you should watch the tape and look back at what you did in that content Coliseum because it turns out there's a lot of audience watching this content Coliseum and they get super excited when we say stupid stuff I think the law what would likely happen is I wouldn't interrupt you in real time but we would come back from break in the next segment and banter about that previous guest at how crazy he was right and that's how we would solve it out for sure I I definitely think it's a good conversation I really like the question it adds to the rational opposition that we bring I don't want to just be somebody who comes in and just last Brian Stelter I want to have a conversation and I think that was the perfect question to get Darren and I to really think about what it is like when the media is happening so fast we were doing the interview so I I really appreciate it one for tax line a new name by the way I love this from the four to five fearless taco is it like taco from fantasy football I hope so I drive did Andrew luck Peyton manning for that's the elven Gordon Ben Shapiro gets up early for his show he is no excuses you're right with things were not news we're not coming out here saying that word journalists were we're commentators it's actually very true my a friend of mine asked me if I was gonna do that story on the Harvard student who didn't get who got deported yesterday I don't know if you saw that there and I didn't okay there's a Harvard student from Palestine who got deported and I was reading about it obviously it's not positive off the top but our take aways we are not a new show and so I decided we are going to talk about it we're gonna wait twenty four hours because there are so many groups doing breaking breaking news and that's honestly what we they would go against specialization which is something that we believe in as I'm I'm a hijacking in at heart I've definitely read my David Ricardo economic papers and I and I believe that we need different people who have different specialties and to be very blunt our specialty is not breaking news there and what's going to be our next specialty in the front page world news world news this is very interesting in Indonesia they are going to be building an entire new capital city which I would love to visit Indonesia has been independent for seventy four years and they've been using their largest city Jakarta as the center for government business finance trade in services they're going to invest thirty four billion dollars to build an entirely new capital city near the undeveloped cities of balaka Papen which was fun to say and Samarinda and it's going to be on an island if I believe which.
"gordon ben" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"But one interesting thing yesterday that is LeBron James, Gordon, Ben Simmons, and he did not guard Ben Simmons, he just stood under the basket and let Simmons go wherever he wanted left open from ten feet out. And Ben Simmons took a three point shot yet del yesterday, very rare occurrence, he's only take three of them this year in fourteen in his two year career. That's all these taken, you know, he refuses. Shoot jump shots in the Lakers were daring until yesterday, and it didn't work. The Sixers beat the Lakers by twenty three points very easily watch out for the Sixers. I really think they're great. Now, you're talking about a LeBron James lead Lakers team. In fact, Phileas swept the two game season series by a combined thirty nine point. So they had no problem getting past LeBron and the Lakers. Let me ask you. Let me ask both of you your opinion on this. After the game you had Lakers general manager. Magic Johnson say that pelicans did not negotiate in faith, the terms of a possible trade, but how much of that has to do with. With their star player wanting out and LeBron James saying, yeah, it'd make a good fit here. Well, there's no question that, you know, they thought they could I think. Somehow, and they're not gonna to get the things you have no intention whatsoever. Trading. Anthony Davis to the Lakers where he wants to go out and do his career in New Orleans doesn't wanna play there anymore. I think Magic Johnson and LeBron James and the agent who represents both Anthony Davis, Dan, LeBron Rich, Paul. Clapping their hands. And smacking their lips and thinking you've got this done. Well, it's not going to get done. He's not gonna play for the Lakers are not going to send him there two years ago on his contract. And I know where it's going to be it won't be in New Orleans and Welby with the Lakers. They were pretty sure that it Matt remember this is a sensitive topic for New Orleans 'cause they lost Chris all the same way about six years ago member he left New Orleans to go to LA clippers and they've been very upset about that ever since. So what once was Anthony Davis has to get outta town. You know, they've had it. I mean, they did their part that pelicans management. They signed Anthony Davis to a big extension two years ago. He's still under contract through two more years, and they they control him. It's one thing if he's about to become a free agent, which he is not. So he's not going to go to the Lakers. Magic look like a fool on this one and watch them trade. Anthony Davis to Boston Celtics a place. He does not want to go. I have a problem with LeBron James. Not so much tampering. But putting it out there that he'd be a great fit. You know, you you may say always just a player, but he's the face of the league LeBron James, and he's he's probably the most powerful person in the NBA. Besides the Commissioner, it's it's it's tampering in my opinion. Well, I think that also there's no question you our. Our focus outwardly about getting him. That'd be still in a contract to another team. Lebron wish this to happen thought. He could make it happen because he's LeBron James. And quite to the contrary they're not gonna get Anthony Davis and they're going to have to build somewhere else. But they didn't handle as well at all the Lakers people in the league, the laughing stock right now the way they thought they had it made it and have it at all. Yeah. Well, let's talk about Paul George that. I mean, this guy is on a tear recently. You know, I mean. Yeah. He's I mean, he's just on a tear recently. Probably the best player in the league right now. Yeah. I would say so LeBron as the best player in the league right now. Coming off that injury having missed so many games and LeBron yesterday missed it alleyoop. He didn't jump on it the first time I've said that in sixteen years, but to Paul George he's forced of the league in scoring. He's second in the league and spills..
"gordon ben" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"They went to look at those places and clean up those places now if now we don't think that this new couple of names went to went to any of those sites like the restaurant for instance exactly like the restaurant and so on and so if it is something that the attackers potentially discarded again if you follow that hypothesis then you would have had to basically do a fingertip search of the whole of salisbury and beyond to know where they might have discarded something and it has taken four months for it to turn up again if that's the case so i think there will be questions about public health about the advice about the clear up but i think it is complicated to say it should have automatically been found i mean we still don't know exactly what it was what it was these people handle how they came into contact with it clearly that is the key focus fully investigators now because that will answer that question but obviously with them critically ill they can't be questioned directly we don't think at this point to give those answers right so the big question for the minister who is listening to you and we'll ask in a second what is it well i think it is the question of of of how safe should the public feel in salisbury what can be done now and what are the public health implications i think there are clearly questions for the investigation questions about russia and russian responsibility and we go back to that if it's this is kind of further collateral casualties from that attack but i think the real concerns still remain about public health in the clear up in the area right thanks for that gordon ben wallace morning to you good morning let's deal with that russian responsibility i obviously if it's an obvious shocking we now know that it was novi talked fact isn't it they have confirmed that just just a yes to that will do because the only outside that last night presumably government authorized it yes it is being confirmed that these two victims are suffering the consequences of exposure to novacek nerve agent right and therefore it must be russian because they're the people who do it based on the evidence we had at the time the skills attack the knowledge that they had developed nova chuck they had explored assassination programs in the past that they had motive form and stated policy and the targets were linked to we we would still assert to a very high assurance that russia was behind the set with the russian state was behind this original attack and gordon careers points i think it very well made that at the moment we see no evidence to link these two latest victims to either the skip holes or indeed the previous sites that have been decontaminated or you know all that we were concerned a rise but just to be quite clear about this you do not believe you'll not working on the assumption that it might have been a fresh attack by the russians or indeed anybody else were putting the sort of health warning on the police obviously leading those type of lee investigation and will follow whatever leads they find yes the working assumption would be that these are victims of of either the consequence of the previous attack or something else but not they were that directly targeted that could change the police are working they uncover evidence as they go and that is the biggest challenge with all of this which is you know we we don't know everything that happened before during and after the attempted murder at tack on the skittles the hundreds of police and intelligence officers that are working on this case that is they're trying to find and until we know everything until we have dented people there are people involved in and until we we can get to a place where we know much more than our levels of assurances will really remain at low risk because public health england but not zero risk because i suppose most of us are trying to imagine the circumstances in which the original attack might have happened i mean the idea that these guys or whoever were plotting the attack may be told by russia by by by their masters in russia maybe not whatever they plotted the attack they they came to seoul we with this stuff presumably in some sort of bottle some sort of container would they have sat on a park bench.
"gordon ben" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast
"He is for it is for ms british you gotta be a fortnight that's that's no yeah lakers paying him for no reason in particular several years boy ben gordon ben gordon is british is any other british players that are active besides a little thing though john trying to think who else british we can just make them to be a foreign player they'd be like dennis schroder then i'm going boys he's active he's not somewhere i don't think he is i thought there's only two guys that we can go that are retired to that we can go retired yeah yeah and it can't be young guy it can't be like embiid or anybody it's era you know chris tops has got to be someone who's been around a little longer worst active i mean in greece but he is playing stay wars all right boris your your cast ernie mac and i'm more year slyke star oh man dead guy len bias jesus ten to fourteen year star i think this is an obvious one has always been wronged just looking for that one last thing before he goes charles oakley i said okay i think that's perfect bernie meg okay current nba player they said it's not retired ten of no no there are two there are two retired that we got rain ken had retired in the movie like he was no longer but he's he's he's working though just relieving he's working new yang here.
"gordon ben" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The first one he got loosened a fourth because they finally he finally had some open court space right but that clip i showed you justice window everybody that was gordon ben simmons picked them up ninety four feet they hit him immediately when he got the basketball and they just wanted to make him work there were times he was turned three or four times by the time he got to half court now over the course of a game he's an elite athlete is a thoroughbred but it does wear on you and it also makes your offense less efficient when you're getting into it with twelve seconds on the shot clock which is what miami was doing with that full court pressure i am even the series at a game apiece with the wind sportscenter allnight espn radio as for the other game that was played monday night it's the warriors taking a to nothing lead on the spurs thompson on the left wing shovels it two dollars he's gonna try to go three for three three point lead and yes he does andrei dala to start number two gregg popovich calls for time looking for answers andrea granola hitting early the warriors did trail a behalf but they outscored the spurs by twenty one in the second half and come away with victory they've won the first two at home warriors outscoring san antonio sixty nine forty eight in the second half he finished with fourteen points in the win he chatted with the guys who called the game here on espn radio marquess to share and john barry what opened things up for you in the third quarter after the forty seven point first half similar runs throughout stretch four five years you know we try to a pace and keep it going forty eight minutes and we had it in the fourth have you know we just turn the ball over too many times and may turn that into you know scores other than that we held him but then he just kept the same pay and we took care of the ball during the third quarter in that third quarter hundred when you see a kevin durant play thompson in the third quarter how do they make it look so easy i know it's not that easy but how are they able to get those scores they are are they work their regular craft the locked in.
"gordon ben" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"One he got loosened a fourth because they finally he finally had some open space right but that clip i showed you justice winds oh everybody that was gordon ben simmons picked them up ninety four feet they hit him immediately when he got the basketball and they just wanted to make him work there were times he was turned three or four times by the time he got the half court now over the course of a game he's an elite athlete is a thoroughbred but it does wear on you and it also makes your offense less efficient when you're getting into it with twelve seconds on the shot clock which is what miami was doing with that full court pressure even the series at a game apiece with the wind sportscenter allnight espn radio as for the other game that was played monday night it's the warriors taking a to nothing lead on the spurs thompson on the left wing shovels it two dollars he's gonna try to go three for three from three point yes he does andrei to start game number two gregg popovich coals for time looking for answers audrey dollar hitting early the warriors did trail a behalf the outscored the spurs by twenty one in the second half and come away with the victory they've won the first two at home warriors outscoring san antonio sixty nine forty eight in the second avic finished with fourteen points in the win he chatted with the guys who called the game here on espn radio marquess to share and john barry what opened things up for you in the third quarter after the forty seven point first half similar runs throughout australia were you know we brought him hit a pace and keep it going forty eight minutes i have you know we just turn the ball they turned that into scores other than that we hold them google the things but then he just kept the same page and we took care of the ball benefit reporter in that third quarter is always been big i agree when you see it kevin durant played thompson in the third quarter.
"gordon ben" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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"gordon ben" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"gordon ben" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"And local with a review what did you think terry what jackie let me start off by saying that the majority of the reviews i've read have not been kind so with that said i wanna give you a bit of background on the movie justice league brings five superheroes together to fight a formidable foe by the name of steppenwolf who was on a deathdefying mission to destroy the world with an enemy as evil and vindictive stype in worth batman realizes that he can't go in loan if he's to find the way to save earth from complete destruction so he analysts wonder woman's help in convincing three of her fellow meta humans cyborg the flash an article man to and fight in defence of humanity i'm building an alliance and defend ourselves you should get up at least for me to last but after joining forces the team realizes that their battle is just beginning here's a free of bucks guts at obnoxious he told people in berger i can be it's really cruel your guy seemed ready to battle and stuff that fulton since he i've never done battle i just pushed some people and ran away that was the flash and now and batman realizes that the team is up against this formidable fall he longs for another superhero one who unfortunately can no longer be caught upon in live fell in love job despite all that power world these superman now while i like this movie much better than i liked batman versus superman that doesn't say a whole lot because i didn't like batman versus superman one bit now there were some bright spots injustice leak but just not enough to make this movie a must see if a die hard fan of the dc universe regardless of the reviews you're probably be in a theatre this weekend to check it out but if you're not a die hard fan you may just want to wait justice league stars native detroit or j simmons as commissioner gordon ben affleck returns as batman henry cavill is superman gallardo is wonderwoman jason memorial stars as aqua man as rome miller as the flash and.