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"hagler" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

09:04 min | 2 months ago

"hagler" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"What is your thought process after that fight love and told me after that fight that he had fail of boxing so I knew the whole history of Hagler since the hearns fight and I knew that there would be no way that I could persuade Marvin otherwise right away because ray was up for another fight because he would be getting more than eleven million which was incredible money. God knows what that fight with. Would've done because it was a the still the era of closed circuit boxing. But something was now coming rearing its head which was a review so as the cable universe was expanding. Most of them were equipped to do pay per view. So now we were looking at riches beyond anybody's imagination so it made all the economic sense but I knew enough in Marvin made is minded up. You don't argue now around a year later. I'll never forget. Caesar's palace was doing event was like a tribute to boxing In a at Caesar's palace and had at lead it and landed hearns Duran Hagler. Everybody was they all dressed in Tuxedos and at one point while you know in the sitting around before the the dinner I was standing next to ray and Bought go over and talk to Marvin and tell them not to be dope. Do the rematch will make a lot of money. And so of course I did. I went over and I said Marvin. I've been talking to Ray. And Ray said you gotta do the rematch. There's a fortune to be made and Marvin looked at me at the coal way that you could look at somebody. And he says Bob Tell ready to get a life. And that was the end. I knew from that point on there would be no rematch no rematch but no fights either for Hagler after that. I mean you've seen so many fighters bob retire. Unretire change their mind years after the fact what was it about Hagler that that kept him away and did it surprise you that he stayed away. No Marvin was hackel. And when he made up his mind he was stubborn. Aski- and other than a great depression that would wipe out the fortune. That I mean Marvin one showed me. I mean I'll never forget it. A A but pious book that you had from a savings bank was a savings and loan bank. We had put a purse that he had made one of his early not early. fights Tough Philadelphia fights and his purse or his end of the purse was like twelve thousand dollars a lot of money and he showed me that pass. We had had taken out any. Obviously he went in every yet so that he could see. The interest building in that account. Marvin was Agata when Marvin retired. He had a tremendously large. Nestle really really lodged AMAC yet the list the taxes nineteen million dollars from the Leonard Fight Ten million from the Hearns fight you know six million from. I mean he had money and he he he lived like he was still making a couple of thousand dollars to fight. He had to pay got divorced from his wife at that point but they eat. He only had that. I don't think he had a an agreement that prenuptial agreement but he had cost him three million dollars much. Kill Them but everything in his bank account everything he not only never touched but he never touched the interest on the money never so that he lived off particularly in England they loved him in the UK and he would go and make speeches and they say. Now you know I love Margaret Meant a lot to me and so I would always invite a Mavin To a major fight you know particularly later on When we were doing Fights with the four men. Oscar de la Hoya and and he say oh. Thank you bobby said but I need to. I listed is for myself and my why which was not unreasonable. And One ten thousand twenty thousand thirty thousand Fight as Machen. I'm happy to buy. I'm not happy but I'll buy the first place but I ain't GonNa pay you to come to the fight. You're not going so many ticket when he wouldn't go anyplace unless he was raised for periodically being based in Boston. I see him at a Celtic game from time to time always dressed in a very nice suit and and looking like you said. He's got every nickel still still back account or right and and and and you am Marvin. What is close to sixty now? Must be leased it probably over and he looks now is in such shaped like getting the ring tomorrow. I mean the one thing see people always made a mistake once he retired particularly when he went to Italy started. Making these spaghetti. Westerns was like a big I. I mean I'll tell you another story but anyway Marvin was a The kind of guy that went to the gym every day and you know really worked out work. Marvin did everything were taught. And so people do it as going to make a comeback because such great shape and I knew different that he would let me tell you a funny story we. I was doing at Middleweight Championship. I believe it was James Toney against Mike McCallum. I believe that it was the fight. I'm not sure and though I want I wanted Marvin Great middleweight champion. To be part so I made a deal with Marvin That he would come in and we do it. We're doing a press conference in Boston. And then we're GONNA do a press conference in New York and Marvin would Assists peer at the press conferences. Thought it would be good for the promotion so now we get. The Boston and Marvin comes into the press conference in Boston. Any has like a overcome over his jacket like the Italians with and he starts talking to me like with thick Italian accent. I said Marvin married spent time as okay. I said Marvin tomorrow getting on a plane at you know. Take the shuttle from Boston to New York about ten o'clock and we do the press conference in. I do not go to the press conference in New York. Be Talking like an Italian guy because my Bambi knows that he had spent diamond at looked at him. I said Marvin I hide you. Dealt with the promotion not veto in the firm. I think but he never went the New York incredible. Hey everyone I'm John. Wartime senior writer at sports illustrated in our new podcast record. We're opening up more than sixty.

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"hagler" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley

Pit Lane Parley

12:24 min | 3 months ago

"hagler" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley

"Welcome to another episode of pit-lane Parlay My name is host. Mike Joke Him Jess joins me and joining us this afternoon. Is driver of the seventy seven. Honda? La Honda World car. Taylor Hitler Taylor how are you getting hit? Thanks for joining us and I will turn it over to just to get going here. He Taylor thanks for joining us. I just want you to tell us a little bit about how you got into motorsports. Okay so I've kind of always watched motorsports with my dad from when I was younger. Six on Started WITH NASCAR. I feel like every Texan or southern person does start with NASCAR just kinda like works from there so I've always watched it with my dad And he grew up in like Georgia and Alabama so he would always go to road Atlanta. Now it's just like his truck that he always went to win. Sec The runoff flare before there was ten aby heard all the story is so it's Kinda of like one of the first trucks that he took me to and he's going to cheat. Lamont for awhile always same rb spot so I started going with him. When I was in middle school I think I started going to petite limo with him and has really got into at the time was American Mama series So it was Kinda got die. And then they always had the skip. Barber racing. School boost setup and my older sister was old enough to drive the time sixteen just got her license and I feel like with every sixteen year old but just got their license. They all kind of drive a little crazy so my dad was like. I'M GONNA get your sister a racing school. She's GonNa be race car driver. She drives like crazy. Person IS GONNA be great and I was just like okay like she doesn't care about racing but okay you do you dad. He got it for when you for Christmas and she never used it and I think when I hit like night teen and we're about three years apart so when I hit nineteen I got out of showing horses and was like a think that skip barber thing is still any good news. I guess like we can use it and I was like okay cool so like I did the three day with them just to use it because it was their like might as well didn't know anything was gonNA come and he was like. Hey look you actually kind of good at this. We should try the two day so he did the two day and then he was like okay. We're GONNA go club racing. We might be able to do something with the so just kind of like. They're Nice as awesome. So you made your debut in twenty eighteen down in Texas. It looks like you had your first podium at circuit of the Americas and then Watkins Glen last year and a pole position. Watkins Glen So last year. I guess was your rookie year and I think you were two thousand eighteen Your rookie year. So what was it like kind of getting the that competitive side going in and having so much immediate success I think the competitive site has always been there because I did shore so I've kind of always been like a competitive athlete. That's always just come natural to me But kind of just going from like zero to hundred row coaches even in club racing and like did a year of club racing and then did my rookie season pro like it. Kind of all just escalated really quickly and I still. Kinda can't wrap my head around it. It's still a little overwhelming. So I just Kinda try and keep like I try to make sure that I keep ties to everyone like even in a club racing and I still know a few of the coaches. That did the skip barber with me. And so I just kind of try and keep ties with everyone in like Kinda keep myself grounded. So I don't get a big head I get it it up so This is kind of how I deal with that. Also cool glad that you are trying to keep a level head. At least it's it's probably difficult given your success so far. Obviously things right now are a little crazy in the whole world just racing roll the whole world so it's kind of maybe not a fair question but what are you most looking forward to this year with erasing career This year I really just want to get out there and get my feet wet. I think From club racing to SRO was a big jump. And then I think s road. Imsa is a huge jump So I kind of want to get my feet wet. This first year. An inflow Just kinda like see how much progress within this series I feel like I've progressed. A decent amount in every series I run. I learned something new from every series so I kinda this year really WanNa like learn a little bit more of like the basics and a little bit more of the aggression in the passing and I WANNA learn a like more of like learning drivers while you're on the tracks how to get used to trucks quicker. I mean I went to a lot of different tracks with US aerobic. I'M GONNA go to even more with 'em zones I haven't been to so I wanNA kind of get used to learning those tracks really quick. I kinda just want to learn the little basics that I haven't really learned yet and get that going before I really try to push myself two podiums and championships in all this. And it's Kinda WanNa get my my steps going. I like it sounds good. So on that note you did have one race this year back in in Daytona in in January. What was your first race like? I know I don't think it went completely plan. I think you guys had some sort of problem I didn't get there in time for the race on Friday but I did see. Plenty of of Your co-driver Ryan. Evers lease messages about it. So what was it like? From your point of view and it wasn't too bad actually. I was a little worried. Just because the rules going from zero to Or different regarding starts there backwards Soldiers like trying to remember those rules at the start in like not passing unless everyone in your line passes. The start went really well for me because I was just able to follow everyone through turn one and passed a few people on that and then I think actually just race wise. It went pretty well. I was starting to like learn some of the drivers that I always behind. Didn't make sure to stay out of all the larger cars ways and like just kind of be a little bit more aware so. I was learning all and I mean I was still like learning the radio because all radio communication is different with the engineers and all the mechanics and then Ryan being my coach at the at the same time as well so I still like learning But I think we're all it went pretty well even with the tire issues that we did have it up too bad so awesome. Can you tell us a little bit about some hobbies? You have outside racing There's not very many actually a typically just like on a normal like month off. I kinda just like work Which I used to ride horses and show horses before and then I got into cars and then I've kind of just like mix the two so right now. I work for a Horse Rehabilitation Conditioning Center. So I've kind of makes the tube worse Zor kind of my hobby Sometimes I'll play a little bit of xbox read. Go home at the pool. Hang out with my friends. I don't really have any hobbies per se that I guess I would consider that I do. Those are all happy so interesting so I'm going to switch it back to racing here. We were just talking about your your co-driver Ryan. We all see the Hilarity that he provides on social media. And we I've talked to him previously and he's very fun to talk to. What's he like? Actually when it comes to driving and being a mentor and on the racing side of things that people don't necessarily get to see on social media. I mean he still has that same personality. He doesn't he thinks keeps thanks to a serious level but not so serious words almost like unenjoyable. He's still able to make light of situation he's very he's very motivating. Hannah just like is always there to remind me like. Hey these have been driving for a while. You're up at their times. Keep going keep where you are. Just maintain your pace. You're doing great and whatever so he's he's pretty motivating on that. Obviously he has a lot of information in a lot of experience. So I'm able to pick his brain on that while we're in the trailer and going over like Any of the practices or doing a track map or anything like that. So maybe it'll pick his brain on that and he's pretty serious that And he does all that pretty quick and then he's able to get back to the like making a relationship like being friends so all it like. He's he's very serious but he's also able to keep things light hearted and not like a job that's unenjoyable it's still like a hobby sport. Something that you have fun doing but learn at the same time. Are you going to be able to take place in any of his? Ira sing crazy events that he's putting on while were were all stuck at home right now. I think we're GONNA try. We've talked about it. I do have a racing simulator. That runs I racing. But I live in San Antonio in my simulators. My Parents House like thirty minutes away so it's not exactly attainable understandable. We've we've talked about it. I'm working on getting the same moved to a House that I just purchased towards the end of April. GonNa try and squeeze my way in there like April may cool. What check. Are you most looking forward to this year? I'm going to have to go with Watkins because I did pretty well there last year. So I'm really looking forward to going back to Watkins. Glen Camp Waiting at all on that one in Zoar Road Atlanta Have so many laps at Rhode? Island's insane those two for sure. Nice both great tracks and I'm going to ask a question similar question here favorite track that you'd like to go to that you haven't raced on yet. I think I would have to go with Laguna Seca. It just looks really fun. I've been to wants for like a rent reunion with my dad a few years ago so I got to see the track but I've never been on. It looks like fun. I like the choice. It is beautiful out there Let's see what kind of things are you doing right now to keep yourself busy While we're in this weird period that we're in quarantine period that we have. My work is still running so I'm still able to go to work on a daily basis And that pretty much takes up my entire day. Seven thirty to four thirty and then other than that. I mean my sister facetime me every now and then and I just like cook every do laundry Clean Watch. Movies watched every movie. There is on Netflix. And you're an Amazon. I can't watch another movie again. Nine tire life. Think probably the same things everyone's doing.

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"hagler" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley

Pit Lane Parley

12:24 min | 3 months ago

"hagler" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley

"Welcome to another episode of pit-lane Parlay My name is host. Mike Joke Him Jess joins me and joining us this afternoon. Is driver of the seventy seven. Honda? La Honda World car. Taylor Hitler Taylor how are you getting hit? Thanks for joining us and I will turn it over to just to get going here. He Taylor thanks for joining us. I just want you to tell us a little bit about how you got into motorsports. Okay so I've kind of always watched motorsports with my dad from when I was younger. Six on Started WITH NASCAR. I feel like every Texan or southern person does start with NASCAR just kinda like works from there so I've always watched it with my dad And he grew up in like Georgia and Alabama so he would always go to road Atlanta. Now it's just like his truck that he always went to win. Sec The runoff flare before there was ten aby heard all the story is so it's Kinda of like one of the first trucks that he took me to and he's going to cheat. Lamont for awhile always same rb spot so I started going with him. When I was in middle school I think I started going to petite limo with him and has really got into at the time was American Mama series So it was Kinda got die. And then they always had the skip. Barber racing. School boost setup and my older sister was old enough to drive the time sixteen just got her license and I feel like with every sixteen year old but just got their license. They all kind of drive a little crazy so my dad was like. I'M GONNA get your sister a racing school. She's GonNa be race car driver. She drives like crazy. Person IS GONNA be great and I was just like okay like she doesn't care about racing but okay you do you dad. He got it for when you for Christmas and she never used it and I think when I hit like night teen and we're about three years apart so when I hit nineteen I got out of showing horses and was like a think that skip barber thing is still any good news. I guess like we can use it and I was like okay cool so like I did the three day with them just to use it because it was their like might as well didn't know anything was gonNA come and he was like. Hey look you actually kind of good at this. We should try the two day so he did the two day and then he was like okay. We're GONNA go club racing. We might be able to do something with the so just kind of like. They're Nice as awesome. So you made your debut in twenty eighteen down in Texas. It looks like you had your first podium at circuit of the Americas and then Watkins Glen last year and a pole position. Watkins Glen So last year. I guess was your rookie year and I think you were two thousand eighteen Your rookie year. So what was it like kind of getting the that competitive side going in and having so much immediate success I think the competitive site has always been there because I did shore so I've kind of always been like a competitive athlete. That's always just come natural to me But kind of just going from like zero to hundred row coaches even in club racing and like did a year of club racing and then did my rookie season pro like it. Kind of all just escalated really quickly and I still. Kinda can't wrap my head around it. It's still a little overwhelming. So I just Kinda try and keep like I try to make sure that I keep ties to everyone like even in a club racing and I still know a few of the coaches. That did the skip barber with me. And so I just kind of try and keep ties with everyone in like Kinda keep myself grounded. So I don't get a big head I get it it up so This is kind of how I deal with that. Also cool glad that you are trying to keep a level head. At least it's it's probably difficult given your success so far. Obviously things right now are a little crazy in the whole world just racing roll the whole world so it's kind of maybe not a fair question but what are you most looking forward to this year with erasing career This year I really just want to get out there and get my feet wet. I think From club racing to SRO was a big jump. And then I think s road. Imsa is a huge jump So I kind of want to get my feet wet. This first year. An inflow Just kinda like see how much progress within this series I feel like I've progressed. A decent amount in every series I run. I learned something new from every series so I kinda this year really WanNa like learn a little bit more of like the basics and a little bit more of the aggression in the passing and I WANNA learn a like more of like learning drivers while you're on the tracks how to get used to trucks quicker. I mean I went to a lot of different tracks with US aerobic. I'M GONNA go to even more with 'em zones I haven't been to so I wanNA kind of get used to learning those tracks really quick. I kinda just want to learn the little basics that I haven't really learned yet and get that going before I really try to push myself two podiums and championships in all this. And it's Kinda WanNa get my my steps going. I like it sounds good. So on that note you did have one race this year back in in Daytona in in January. What was your first race like? I know I don't think it went completely plan. I think you guys had some sort of problem I didn't get there in time for the race on Friday but I did see. Plenty of of Your co-driver Ryan. Evers lease messages about it. So what was it like? From your point of view and it wasn't too bad actually. I was a little worried. Just because the rules going from zero to Or different regarding starts there backwards Soldiers like trying to remember those rules at the start in like not passing unless everyone in your line passes. The start went really well for me because I was just able to follow everyone through turn one and passed a few people on that and then I think actually just race wise. It went pretty well. I was starting to like learn some of the drivers that I always behind. Didn't make sure to stay out of all the larger cars ways and like just kind of be a little bit more aware so. I was learning all and I mean I was still like learning the radio because all radio communication is different with the engineers and all the mechanics and then Ryan being my coach at the at the same time as well so I still like learning But I think we're all it went pretty well even with the tire issues that we did have it up too bad so awesome. Can you tell us a little bit about some hobbies? You have outside racing There's not very many actually a typically just like on a normal like month off. I kinda just like work Which I used to ride horses and show horses before and then I got into cars and then I've kind of just like mix the two so right now. I work for a Horse Rehabilitation Conditioning Center. So I've kind of makes the tube were kind of my hobby Sometimes I'll play a little bit of xbox read. Go home at the pool. Hang out with my friends. I don't really have any hobbies per se that I guess I would consider that I do. Those are all happy so interesting so I'm going to switch it back to racing here. We were just talking about your your co-driver Ryan. We all see the Hilarity that he provides on social media. And we I've talked to him previously and he's very fun to talk to. What's he like? Actually when it comes to driving and being a mentor and on the racing side of things that people don't necessarily get to see on social media. I mean he still has that same personality. He doesn't he thinks keeps thanks to a serious level but not so serious words almost like unenjoyable. He's still able to make light of situation he's very he's very motivating. Hannah just like is always there to remind me like. Hey these have been driving for a while. You're up at their times. Keep going keep where you are. Just maintain your pace. You're doing great and whatever so he's he's pretty motivating on that. Obviously he has a lot of information in a lot of experience. So I'm able to pick his brain on that while we're in the trailer and going over like Any of the practices or doing a track map or anything like that. So maybe it'll pick his brain on that and he's pretty serious that And he does all that pretty quick and then he's able to get back to the like making a relationship like being friends so all it like. He's he's very serious but he's also able to keep things light hearted and not like a job that's unenjoyable it's still like a hobby sport. Something that you have fun doing but learn at the same time. Are you going to be able to take place in any of his? Ira sing crazy events that he's putting on while were were all stuck at home right now. I think we're GONNA try. We've talked about it. I do have a racing simulator. That runs I racing. But I live in San Antonio in my simulators. My Parents House like thirty minutes away so it's not exactly attainable understandable. We've we've talked about it. I'm working on getting the same moved to a House that I just purchased towards the end of April. GonNa try and squeeze my way in there like April may cool. What check. Are you most looking forward to this year? I'm going to have to go with Watkins because I did pretty well there last year. So I'm really looking forward to going back to Watkins. Glen Camp Waiting at all on that one in Zoar Road Atlanta Have so many laps at Rhode? Island's insane those two for sure. Nice both great tracks and I'm going to ask a question similar question here favorite track that you'd like to go to that you haven't raced on yet. I think I would have to go with Laguna Seca. It just looks really fun. I've been to wants for like a rent reunion with my dad a few years ago so I got to see the track but I've never been on. It looks like fun. I like the choice. It is beautiful out there Let's see what kind of things are you doing right now to keep yourself busy While we're in this weird period that we're in quarantine period that we have. My work is still running so I'm still able to go to work on a daily basis And that pretty much takes up my entire day. Seven thirty to four thirty and then other than that. I mean my sister facetime me every now and then and I just like cook every do laundry Clean Watch. Movies watched every movie. There is on Netflix. And you're an Amazon. I can't watch another movie again. Nine tire life. Think probably the same things everyone's doing.

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Brexit: EU agrees to Brexit delay, but no date yet

Here & Now

03:45 min | 9 months ago

Brexit: EU agrees to Brexit delay, but no date yet

"European Union ambassadors agreed today to grant the United Kingdom of brexit extension beyond next Thursday but they haven't said how long that extension will be British prime Minister Boris Johnson said yesterday he'll give parliament more time to debate his brexit deal but only if lawmakers approve an early general election let's bring in BBC correspondent Rob Watson in London Hi Rob Hi things as clear as ever on brexit never do seem to clear up can we say for sure though that the UK is not going to crash out of the EU without a deal next Thursday. I think that does seem amazingly unlikely despite Boris Johnson's rather unwise a promise that he would rather die in a ditch agreed to an extension of the brexit process oops so what happens next in parliament then goodness gracious well the most important thing is to find out whether or not MP's are prepared to vote for general election as Mister Johnson proposed on on the twelfth of December on I have absolutely no idea yeah whether they will or not I mean I think it's amazing unlikely that opposition parties when agreed to do things exactly as Boris Johnson once but I mean Mandalay keep putting off an election forever probably not so if they say no next week to a general election then what happens well I suspect they'll be sort of a hagler of a want to do next but it's important it's important to remember this why do the Conservatives Mister Johnson wants a general election and once can be surprised because the opinion polls suggests they would win why does the main opposition party of a bit more reluctant because they have seen the same polls Jeremy I it's difficult to see exactly what the a Ford is almost I'm I suspect that the the the leader of the opposition party Jeremy Corbyn is that sort of Chap I think he's rather looking forward to some kind of campaign but those this policy a single hang on a minute this is look at the polls we'd be absolutely crazy let's either a try and get an a second referendum first ahead of a general election all sort of just play a long game just to land the land lion hope that something turns up is a general election if one happens soon really like a second referendum though a lot of people have made that case that that kind of is referendum you either say I'm with you Boris Johnson I wanNA get out or against you Boris Johnson I don't want Britain to leave the European Union I think the answer is yes and no and I think that certainly way the way the Conservative Party would like it because this is going to be you know we all the parties brexit Don I should say by the way in parenthesis that it's a rather effective immensely disingenuous message and we'll be discussing our relationship with the European Union for decades to come whether whether there's a deal or not but that's what Mr Johnson wants and one of the opposite under two of the opposition parties Scottish nationalist and the Liberal Democrats are out and outlets reverse brexit parties but it's different with the other with the other party the main opposition Labor Party and and here's the thing you know whether you want it to be about brexit or not exclusively general election that's just not the way elections work I mean look at it involves forty five million eligible voters anything can happen no doubt other issues other events may intrude on that that's the way of course which you might argue yes you could ever general election but it could settle nothing in a couple of ways and that in that one party may not get an absolute majority and you go back to this what we've just been discussing I'll have the sort of sense well actually did it really subtle Brexit BBC political correspondent Rob Watson we will be seeing you next week in London Rob Get the beer too temperature for us I know that's how you like it in the UK. It's already that Jeremy

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"hagler" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

11:50 min | 9 months ago

"hagler" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"And tonight wasn't the next so won't be plus by soul and good way I hope not Salei Hausa level somebody will put up a those saga by God it basically feels just in hundred degree weather handed out this sometimes also they did sloppy so it is let's check the check year old guys yeah.

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Trees Are Key To Fighting Urban Heat, But Cities Keep Losing Them

Environment: NPR

05:36 min | 10 months ago

Trees Are Key To Fighting Urban Heat, But Cities Keep Losing Them

"Yesterday that low income areas of major u._s. Cities are often hotter order than wealthy neighborhoods. It's the finding of an investigation from n._p._r. And the howard center for investigative journalism at the university of maryland today we look at one of the best ways to beat the urban heat trees american cities are losing nearly twenty nine million trees every year. Many are struggling to reverse that trend that includes louisville kentucky which compared to its surroundings has been getting hotter faster than any other u._s. City n._p._r.'s mega anderson reports. Any hagler is walking down her block in park divall a lower income neighbourhood on louisville's west side. It's lined with single family homes and well kept tidy yards. First of all is my neighborhood and i love love it even without the things that i would want to have here things like trees. She points to a small scraggly one in the grassy patch running down her street. That's the the median right there. They've got a tree in there but it's one tree. There's another small tree behind it and there are parts of this neighborhood with more trees but overall data shows the canopy here is about half the city average. Hitler says she thinks trees were just not a priority park. Vol used to be the site of a massive asif public housing complex that was demolished and construction started here in the late ninety s c after twenty years. If we had thought differently about the design zayn we might have put more trees here across louisville wealthier neighborhoods have as much as twice the tree coverage as low income areas many of which are communities of have color jad daily is president and c._e._o. Of the nonprofit american forests he says that pattern is often the case nationwide. If we show you a map the tree canopy in virtually any sitting america were also showing you a map of income and in many cases were showing you a map of race ethnicity in ways that transcendent calm trees aren't just pleasant their key to fighting heat view live in an area and cities that seeing more extreme heat days but you don't have tree covered a cool down your neighborhood. The can literally be a a life or death issue according to an analysis by n._p._r. In the howard center low income areas of cities across the country tend to be hotter than their a wealthier counterparts. Those areas are hotter in part because they often have fewer trees and that heat can take a toll on health. Here's daily the folks who are least likely to have air conditioning to whether heatwaves the folks who are most likely to have preexisting health conditions that put them at greater risk from those heat waves aren't getting the benefits of trees between two thousand nine and two thousand fourteen forty four states lost tree cover in urban areas according to the u._s. forest service and when it comes to trees many low income areas are already starting at a deficit cad stanfield executive director of louisville grows a nonprofit that plants trees says it doesn't have to be that way. He took me to saint james court in old louisville. It's a boulevard famous for its stately victorian homes and an annual art art fair but we were there to see the huge lush canopy towering over us. If you were to look at an aerial view of this wouldn't look too dissimilar from forest the trees reese shade us almost completely stanfield says it's a reminder of what's possible if trees are part of the plan from the beginning for anybody that plants trees in a city. This is the the goal this is the dream. This is what you hope to create in the cities but even if trees are in the plan maintaining them takes money a lot of money me this year tree maintenance on this street which is about a quarter mile long will cost around twenty thousand dollars according to the neighborhood association the city has planted planted and donated roughly five thousand trees annually since two thousand thirteen but it loses about fifty four thousand every year according to its own assessment too invasive species a._b._c.'s natural disasters and urban development and louisville is facing a thirty five million dollar budget deficit. They've cut funding to emergency police and fire fire services. Mayor greg fischer says he'd like to plant more trees. We've got it wrestle with this great. American challenge people want everything but they don't want to pay for anything. When it comes to planting tens of thousands more he says city government's not going to be able to do all that by itself. He's counting on nonprofits and other institutions to fill in the gaps at the university of louisville's environment institute researchers are trying to make the case that trees are a must have in city budgets jets. They're starting to study called the greenheart project and will plant full grown trees as tall as thirty feet in three square mile area in louisville. The five five year study will measure how the health of hundreds of participants changes and compare them to a nearby control group in short. They're testing trees the same way you test the new drug. The idea was to run. This project is a clinical trial but instead of giving pills we plant trees irony. Bhatnagar is director of the institute food and he says beyond cooling city down studies have linked trees too much more better air quality better stormwater management lower energy costs lower levels levels of stress even a longer life but naga says you can't always isolate trees as the reason those things happen. Everything's remaining the same the trees in it what he says cities have divorced themselves from nature and now he wants to show what happens when you put nature back in meg anderson n._p._r. News.

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"hagler" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

WARRIOR WEEK

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"hagler" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

"Same angle. They're orthodox to south boss there. Spooning with their punch. Yeah, it's a fucking amazing picture. Hagler. In there like this going like this, and Hearns. It's thrown. His punch close is what's the difference between Jew? They both are strong. They both are faster both. World champions are both amazing boxers. They're both. I'm going to kill you. I'm gonna kill you before the fight in that moment. One guy got scared in that one moment, a stimulus introduced to quickly that hijacked Hearns executive function where he went can stay here. Stay on the outside. Come over top to all of that little moment that you don't have time to think about. He just went up. Right. And, and so, you know, you, you go into the office and you open the Email and you go fuck. Yeah. How quickly do you get your board of directors? Do you call a confidante? You, do you go, whoa side. You wore do you fucking pick up your laptop and throw it, and you find out your react, somebody? So that's the difference between stimulus and response is gap time gap timing. That's your holy shit moment. How quickly recognize that in and so part that gap time is. Actually, the transition between chaos the panic or while the gap time it depends which we, you know, the story which wolf do feed. Yeah. Right. So, so the gap time is either the so like your trauma gone structre he flinches, but then hits you, right. Yeah. True. So where somebody else, flinches and turns her back and you hit him in the back. Coca right yet. So, so this, this is what we're talking stimulus gap gap time is where you have to figure shit out or else, you're fucked because so the, the, the term in, in experimental science stuff, they say stimulus response, he ever you never hear a stimulus react. Yeah. The because the guys who, who created the language said, we want a response is something you chose a reaction is. So if I hit you on the link at the doctor. Yes. Yeah. That's a reflex. It's not a response. You're not saying you're. Knee up to this. Right, exactly. So what we don't want is, we don't want to be reactive and relationships, right? If you're reacted with your wife, your kids, you're probably fucking up the relationship. Right. If you reacted with your employees, you probably got a high turnover. Absolutely. Right. So we want to be responsive and it stuff. I'll tell you what, folks, you know, you you'll learn this, you'll learn this. We can exceleron it by educating through workshops or stuff like that. But like this is this is the, the, the cliche is, as you get older you go. That's what my dad meant when he said that, yes. If you had a good debt. Yes, there's a lot of cliches like that. But what it is, is having that, that wisdom so ago. Okay. How do I motivate inspire? Yes, myself. My wife my kids, my, my staff. And so everything's a stimulus. Everything's a stimulus. Right. I couldn't find a place I hate being late. I have enough self awareness to go. My mother was always late in that put a stain on my brain. And so now I get when I'm look I'm getting late. My sympathetic nervous system starts to same thing. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Agitate sweat. And then and then I'm like this, and then I'm on the phone..

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"hagler" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"hagler" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"That, that, that strong. You've been around the game longtime we've seen the transition. We've had faces a boxer be it. Muhammad Ali and George Foreman and Mike Tyson yourself in Marvin Hagler, who's the new face of boxing post Floyd. Mayweather. The one had the impact the impact is canal. Okay. It's obvious this guy. My wife knows the fighter. Good. Yeah. She's. Oh, yeah. Those fighting. What? No. He made an impact. He's been brought up the right way and the right fight. He sells out, huge then use Rina's. I mean, really definitely new pay per view cash king without question. How do we how do we get the water and the Anthony Joshua that seems to be the heavyweight is always whereas been even though, even though in the eighties when it you in Adler, and Tommy Hearns Durant is always been the heavyweights, and these are the two best? How do they get these guys together is so much money to be made? More money. Lose its luster if one of these guys lose before they fight. Oh, without question you destroy what could been so natural? I mean. That fight is highly anticipated. Right. I want to see the I don't wanna see. I wanna see the fight right. It has to happen. For their legacy, right? For their. Track record. That's, that's a natural fight, but you're not talking about household names yet. You're not talking about Ali and Frazier. Because one Anthony Josh with Brit and the. When when you talk about George Foreman Ali American Joe Frazier. Yeah. Ken norton. Larry home, though, where the big guys here in America. So we want to American heavyweight champ. But unfortunately they got like fifteen different bills bran out against that. That's what the loops the whole championship right? Right. You know possession because it's so such so many, it's like don't be w Abby UB me. I believe that it's like the champ, and you almost champ, and then there's another belts. Eight. Working to be champ. It is I'm not I'm being facetious. But it's real it is. So there's still one fighter out there who has a huge following around the world, including in this country, and that has Manny Pacquiao. He is nearing the end if not about to run into the end. But he's got Keith Thurman live on FOX, pay per view on July twentieth. What shot do you give Manny at this stage in age? What is he forty? What about forty one forty two? They call me old at thirty. Did when I came back. Race passes. I'm thirty years old. And now they find it at forty. I don't even remember forty to be honest, I lost Camacho, but. It depends on what's left. What, what he has left not physically? It's, it's here is mentally. We become civilized. Good point. I became civilized when I came back at forty. 'cause you don't have that same mice. You don't have that same conviction. You don't. In other words when I'm Burswood blood is not very it's not as not there. But here's the crazy thing about it. You get busy. You get. We're getting creeped tremendous shape. But you just don't have the same drbble on you go in there with conviction and bang. The got to the bible. 'cause you know, he's hit you back. This is interesting. I don't know what pack out has left. I don't know. But I know fully well he doesn't have that thing. We he should have docking today. That's true. Remember, he's a politician ambassador down a lot of things going on. Yeah, a lot of things. You can't. I don't know any politician that could be. I know it just doesn't mesh whatever the price badeah can you be anything other than a prize fighter key? You have to kill you were to you answer your question. No, you can't. You can't wear two hats and boxing. That's a whole different concept. No. You can't. I call it tunnel vision tunnel vision, all Rocky's Lassie the out of time you gotta head men to win everyday everyday everyday you live at every single day. You can't you can't deviate and you can't. Don't work on work on this project. No, no, no. I the very interesting. I'm listening to you talking. You say to.

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"hagler" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"hagler" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Easy ACA finally safety four roof. There you go up in wait. They don't let her. Okay. Watching your bike greatest boxer ever was Ali Ali because because not only, you know, he'd be great champions. But you know, what he did during today added in there too. So you know, he'd be George farming. Joe frazier. All these great are these great athletes, but you know, what it was outside the ring and what he's still for and things like that. You know makes him, you know, our time. Great. So I have to say Ali division. One forty seven. There were a lot of great fighters than that division from her. And Leonard yourself Mayweather who the best welterweight about time. Time. I would say I agree. Thank you about an employed. Yeah. I mean where Linda was in golden era, man, they they fought back. The I, you know, he was fighting time, we Hearns and Durant and know Hagler nowadays, you know, hall of famers. And you know, those fighting in their prom too. So, you know, dodging back there floors. Great father, you know. And you know, he broke a lot of Rick is a lot of great things. Phenomenal. Like if Florida's sugary fought each other. You know, I'll probably say Florida shoe, right? No in this is, you know, a lot of people say raise is Floyd with offense AC, you talk about money. We talk about pretty boy. Offense, pretty pretty well with fighting pretty war with stopping is pretty well was allowed more offensively than than money may with the money is like the older one where he was his hands was hurting. And you know, he's more after revenue than you know, I like that he was after he got revenue right there. No one. Idols become your rivals. Maybe we'll be seeing that in the future. Thank you so much for being here for your time. Congratulations. Good to have you. All right. We'll be right back. See how the on bell is no longer a Steeler, but that hasn't stopped him from bashing his former organization yesterday, he not only took a shot at Ben Rothlisberger. But also how the Steelers treat their players. Take a listen. Great organization. Got a great owner. Hey codes. They they they kind of changed our view. Right now. What I mean like? NFL athlete, but as a human being they want you to be of your Steeler Yuli probably playing football twenty four seven opposed to be. Play video games and like making music playing basketball doing that. Because we were going out. Like, it's like, it's not realistic religious. So if I do say, something I'm doing social media, or whatever that's different than football is like not accented Channon. Does he have a point to certain extent skip I get it. Skip guys wanna do other things they have to want to do something other than play football. And like you say football is not twenty four seven. But this is not unique to the Steve that can ensure you the jets doled out all the money..

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"hagler" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"hagler" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"But there were clinches Richard Steele didn't really allow to work in the clench. But still yeah, Richard Steele was was refereeing. Hagler handle that the th that similar kind of narratives the fights. There's a lot of clinch work in the break of the action. It was it was kind of different because Richard Steele, wasn't allowing them to clinch. Ironically, in boxing, we're in were then animated, of course, they're allowing them to clinch more. And these guys were getting a little respites in there. But yeah, man, the other guy ends up turning it around. And that was just a forum. Right. The last year of c Santos in. That was Toronto Canada, thirty one. Yeah. The main cow those guys hit each other. I remember I remember those guys hitting each other. We were just like Dow's Crosby open it you. Yeah. It sounded like just fleshing was in bones or crack in Valent Hagler is probably one of the last guys that have never met in person. That would make me have the reaction that I had with Roberto Duran. Well at think, I've met pretty much almost all of my heroes. I think okay. He's one of my favorite guys to play my favorite, super, Nintendo. Game legends of the ring. You could be more of an active Grazziano, Jake lamotta. Yeah. I would I would be Hagler a lot or I would be lamotta Hagler Mata where like my main two guys. I think. All right. Well, those are two guests and the first ones early in the first hour. In fact, it's coming up soon. So probably be breaking pretty little earlier than usual. And then between the two guests, you know, five twenty PM Pacific eight twenty eastern that's Louis and Pastore six forty PM Pacific and nine forty pm eastern. We have a huge pocket to talk about the latest news, which there's not much of. The latest fight bookings. And all the controversies in our sport that are they never get old or whatever whatever's on your mind. Eight seven seven fighting eighty three or eight seven seven three four four forty eight ninety three that's the same thing. Eight seven seven fighting eighty three's easier one to remember..

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"hagler" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"hagler" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"My god. Doc in strip clubs disgusting. I know now I call them wants to toots. It's it's it's like I got out of early. I got my boxing coach took me to a strip over the first time in like eighty seven the night of the Hagler Hearns fight. Heck, no, Hagler, Leonard fight cheese. Eighty six eighty six eighty six eighty seven something like, yeah. My boxing coach took man. I was I I looked like a child in Toronto. Yeah. Just outside of Toronto. How old v sixteen no idea? No, no. I walked in walked in sat down, and we're gonna watch the Hagler Leonard fight, and he paid the ten bucks cover to get us in because it was on close circuit TV back then. And and I was just I'd never seen naked women before my life. I just sat there fucking like completely amazed. There's spreading wide open. This is incredible. And then the they never got the fight. So people start throwing bottles and writing in the place, but I didn't even notice because they'll just staring at on stage bottles flying over my head. I don't hear nothing. My coach snake Saudi. He leaves to go to another bar to go watch the fight. I turn around this barely anybody left in the club. I walk out. And they give me ten dollars on the way they're going to be the money back. So I got ten dollars. And I walked back in the club from the front looked at some more Posey got another ten dollars on the way. And then I remember just jogged home. And I remember being so happy, and I remember when I jerked off that night. I coulda fucking stuccoed my ceiling. It was in curly. Those plays wind. You walk home fast. Jog like it was not about a three four mile jog. But I didn't feel not dick audit that a C and his get. I remember one time I had this. In fact, my mother was still alive. So I had to be around fifteen fourteen and I had one of those bag jacks that you don't the sperm. Don't come out. But you got so something happened like chick showed you at Ted blue balls. It's like there's something because my boss well up on ever had the who the ask I walked by mother. But like six in the morning was he was over and say, what do you what might look of mine? That's rolling. What is wrong with you, Jesuit Spanish US, Cranston? I'll never forget you asleep with that. And he just say it in Spanish waster me because it was dark in the room. I MO eight give look ahead to as she got up. And she looked at it. All weird. Early a medical. Said Dr to me whenever almond I had one away. Yeah. You just busted another all you gotta say his doctor and the elm and goes away magically. It's. I don't like going to like my daughter even at this age. I don't wanna go on without her will not go. He's a great guy. I love him to death. When I bring an ipod because they're going to draw blood. I gotta braille pot. I get mobile blood draws my house today. House. Yeah. The house and do it. What do you lay on your bed nine just sit at the dining table, give my arm. They take it what they do with the blood. They take it they ship it back to where they gotta ship to and all you like a physical at the house. Do the do these like every three months mobile blood? They come and take blood Johnny do that just to make sure I'm all right? You do the checks? You don't do it. For the other reason not nice do for the idea for the fucking changing the oil. While the oil make new blood. That's a party start go sitting door bed, you get fucking pint take about and you go sit in novato bedrooms, get some Chinese got a couple of needles in you, you get some new blood cells..

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Counter-protesters far outnumber white nationalists at D.C. rally

Financial Issues

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Counter-protesters far outnumber white nationalists at D.C. rally

"Events to Mark the anniversary of the deadly violence that. A white supremacist rally in Charlottesville Virginia last year. Were largely peaceful with police making just. A handful of rests in Washington thousands of people gathered counter-protestors far outnumbered the thirty or so white nationalist who showed up for the unite the right rally. In DC organized by Jason Kessler a. Lot of white people feel agreed a few blocks away at freedom plaza at, least a thousand, counter protesters. Gathered including Reverend gray Lynn Hagler this country is a country seventy and not up these events marked the one year anniversary of, the rally that brought Neo Nazis white supremacists KKK members and others to Charlottesville where a counter protester was run over and two. Troopers killed in. A helicopter

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Counter-protesters outnumber white nationalists at Washington rally

24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Counter-protesters outnumber white nationalists at Washington rally

"About a thousand social Justice. Activists gathered in Washington today. We're barely two dozen white nationalist showed up. For another unite, the right rally marking the one year anniversary of the March that. Turns deadly last year in Charlottesville Virginia. Grey Lynn Hagler is a counter protester from DC who said he couldn't be anywhere. Else today The train smarter and him Common, to Washington, DC I say hell no. Not in my town correspondent Bob Costantini was also there and has this report Jason. Kessler the organizer, of unite the right said he did not want to rally in Washington to celebrate the death of a counter demonstrator exactly, a year ago in Charlottesville but to let weight Americans have a say and.

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"hagler" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"hagler" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"I couldn't hear what he what he say joe thank you sir i appreciate that caja name because of the it's funny you mentioned false here because the last time is six you basically screwed it up it took larry touts twelve kids is next yeah i think that's that's gonna find its way into bats up today oh yeah number six and then picks lobby fix picks what leon white leon would multiple great players after him now my store he he's he's gonna be a hall of fame boxing he's not he left and went to never came back and i say the word the last time you took you took the white cain and i rebuked the devil on you on that one i'm gonna go with laura hagler he he he lost a leonard and flat out disappeared no he went to led martin marvelous marvin hagler i like it that's an interesting answer he's never turned back he was so despondent at losing a lot of people thought he won that fight against leonard oh yeah interesting that's an interesting answer from the world of sports and boxing certainly dominated the nineteen eighties he was really the best of those guys for a long stretch marvelous marvin hagler loses to leonard and a very controversial decision and just says that's it i'm done and just this really did disappear.

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"hagler" Discussed on The Morning Roast

The Morning Roast

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"hagler" Discussed on The Morning Roast

"Because he compared pedigree rory back one of the best ballots in the history of the universe he compared to these two dudes waving their fingers in hugging after it hugging hey make who you guys got you guys got real quick nassau got hagler i got the hotdog salesman i got the master's nap that's definitely what's going oh tinto thing i learned this week you know what i watched a meander softball game on television ooh north carolina verse fam you the rattlers rattlers got cool younis a learn that this week i just learned that has the baseball tournament first of all softball oh softball you said what is it i'm on it's one of the masters pleased we got softball in the morning road softball the hang up next radio dominic foxworth community clinton years next you're holding up the line ma'am what did you say you're next in line for the water slide ma'am feet forward and enjoy the ride okay deary this does look fun did be the wicked witch of the west on a waterslide surprising what's not surprising how much you could save by switching to geico geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more.

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"hagler" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"hagler" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"Ego's nobler would i don't know his name i said really seekers yano his name by have seen him on boxing matches oh okay so i was like i got through the list of like what i would like i would fitting do you know who it was more with marvin hagler bernard optins banaba okay up a tall a mole is more is crazy i think his nickname is one of his big names is the machine yeah yeah he but he's and then i said in aches main the yeah he's interesting fucking guy do you draw inspiration from a guy like i'm ju come join jumping into the conversation right now typical gold you overdrawn inspiration from a guy like him all the time because he the no the guy who was incarcerated you know is like i re i actually know so many of you who are locked up if you let what will was to maitland locked up oh yeah i'm like yeah i know the people who when i was incarcerated i would rebound like oh this is no i talks about the is in that was my my outnumbering used to be like a dirty secret now we're way i at the way i think societies changed people are like another makes them better i think that from my side of it is some people who actually didn't do anything they put that on may tagged to like give them a sense of st created a saga yo man that doesn't even made that's not even basel light someday they had stated they they denounce light like citing apostle you you would like in a jail you was the imprisoning go anywhere they you you had like a lotta misdemeanors a need you lay empty will say all you you you.

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"hagler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"hagler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On the threes here's rob hagler good morning my friend a good morning to you tina downtown in pretty good shape the volume light at this hour we have no delays on the lower deck sake him or the leverett connector taubert in airport tunnels zero k we did have some reduce speeds some police activity reported on come avid we were seeing a delay in both directions send the area between kenmore square and towards the b u bridge so expect a delay there on commonwealth i have not seen any delays on the expressway in both directions route 3 is so k along the south shore 24 and 95 or find to and from rhode island and the lower end of one 28 looks good from the pike down through who debt him out of west town bass turnpike is fine from boston now to sturbridge no delays son 495 and north of the city three naughty 395 clear up towards new hampshire next report 543 wbz's traffic on the 3s he arrived wbz news time 534 and now the fourday wbz accuweather forecast we check a now with accu weather i'm meteorologist brian thompson the milder weather that is moving in for the weekend but it is going to be accompanied by a lot of clouds and rain as well now good chunk of today is going to try dr blossom rain move in later this afternoon with a lot of clouds a high around fifty today cloudy indepth tonight and tomorrow with rain much of the time that can be heavy click the heaviest rain that we south of the mass pike it can be some locally dense fog low tonight near forty high tomorrow forty three increasing lots of sunshine of four monday with a high of forty five and then a chillier day on tuesday as sunshine gives way to clouds high tuesday around thirty six i'm accuweather meteorologist brian thompson wbz newsradio.

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"hagler" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"hagler" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Trip today i see i won't question for you would boxing who do you think of when the hagler sugar ray fight all your why you know that was a great quite i on longtime igor to i at birth one i you know one i think at what might have one i definitely think hagler one i mean he left the country after that and became an actor in italy because he knew that he yet look at you sick round just going to sell you guys know each been living in italy all these years yeah actually he's been avenue so long became an actor that he actually forgot how to speak english i swear to god alp a quick deal i swear gone up he forgot how to speak to you i swear to guide for abbas speak english dino young they don't speak english for the first forty years of your life and then all of a sudden forget i was speaking dino he came back was doing all we they will stop it he did not forget how to speak they don't they ask him a question honk to an italian guys swim in italian qomaty said oh shucks just stop it he was obviously kidding around no kidding them afraid uh you know how to ride a bike pick up or you can forget your native language who is a river that i will just somebody mother muscle told you that in a bar or at a subway stop will you waiting for the next train last week and you actually bought it i've seen in on tv and i will tibet bono about just shot i'd stopped saint super but we're not want to say that sms ford overnight caused the roof what is essential with new york's sports talk radio show and it's right here right now on am 970 the answer.

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"hagler" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"hagler" Discussed on The Paris Review

"I got my stepmother on the line hey i said remember those boxing magazines my dad had like crates in them why you want to shoot them in your arm please i said you're not being fair i'm not being fair mistakes were made i've changed i'm doing research for a project believe it or not i choose not it's about marvellous marvin hagler who is that you should know you're married to a sports writer i married to a carrot a what as you keeney you're drunk of vegetable netflix that's your father your mother was lucky put him on i said you're father yes put him on i heard some fumbling hard breathing dad i said is that you can you hear me the hard breathing slowed to a gurgle dad i said marvelous marvin hagler any thoughts didn't you cover a few of his fights bangor after a fight said my father it was the road no i said hagler name your price chief my father coughed and then the cough sounded far away and i heard my father say shales call my stepmother took the phone out of the research going well i said if you find any magazines don't worry i won't maybe i could meditate journey deep within myself perhaps some facts about marvellous marvin hagler way entombed there belong with memories of my mother before she got sick and my father before he left and got married again and then started to forget everything like the rare fury of marvelous marvin hagler.

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"hagler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"hagler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On the threes and rob hagler rob and raj don't jump ride busy leaving the city and 93 north on the delays can make it up in the medford then it slows down before roosevelt circle heavy much of the way up towards the cloverleaf and then we have more delays ninetythree from around 125 up to a crash causing delays both ways near 133 naughty free southbound is slow from new hampshire down to work at 110 in methyl one and then again 495 down to 133 route one northbound slow route sixty two lynn street thumbprint of 120 north heavy at of burlington up to wallet street in linfield south his heavy route 38 to a crash reported near the burlington mall 128's southbound is busy 138 to 24 again route 28 to the expressway northbound he's still heavy expressway to 24 grade plain out to route 9 route 3 busy in braintree expressway southbound is slow to south bay granted abdu the split northbound is slow furnish broke up to a crash cleared near southampton street downtown the lower deck showcase still heavy in the leverett connector inbound from the sand and gravel plant on destroy dr ted williams tunnel west is still busy leaving logan the pike west is actually the pike both ways is still jammed between newton corner and the west in stretch next report seventh thirteen wbz's traffic on the 3's and cbs tuesday what are we now ncis is more than a team care to share the smarts iin fact gad navon nothing fearless someone is unpredictable i am that are never and most of all goodies triumphed over yvonne their family and their families crazy for they still failing to these most watched drama never get tired of hearing vat ncis cbs tuesday or stream it live or on demand martyr.

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"hagler" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"hagler" Discussed on WEEI

"Womb monroe who has one of the few window over marvin hagler back in the day but anyway he's fighting willie monroe junior there are at the weighin and stevie saunders little sevenyearold son watch by an innocently will they monroe junior puts his head on top of the his hand on top of the kids head and he kinda you know tussles his hair around like you do with a little kid and he says hey what's up the kid turned around and kicked him right in the gem hole at the way right in front of everybody and then after that was then he punched him in the same area are they would that's not good i think this is going to be a fighter someday maybe it mma guy seven years old that's what he's doing he's got a well made a seven so i guess you're going to have to give it a give him a little bit of a hall past they're wild up it was like how a soccer kick right pay shouldn't have year and they are right i mean you're not expecting out of your letter member giants angels world series when the dusty baker was running a daycare center in the dugout member his his threeyearold son ran onto the oil and almost got killed he went up to pick up a bat right on top of the almost got barreled over by a player can all member that yeah that was scary fell or they they put i've i think they put a stop to that dave smith and they should remember you look at the giants a dugout during that seasonal at nine or ten kids about seven years old one and around the entire sees as his dangerous yeah look what they're doing baseball putting up the netting because it's dangerous around the ballpark the ball is flying around at incredible speed they'd had there in japan for years and it's not it's not a squishy ball it's not a.

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