19 Burst results for "Harda"

Would the Philadelphia 76ers Regret Trading Ben Simmons for James Harden?

Mason & Ireland

03:46 min | 6 months ago

Would the Philadelphia 76ers Regret Trading Ben Simmons for James Harden?

"So a wo- jr is reporting. Adrian roggin ascii that. The sixers are now willing to include. Ben simmons intrigued todd for james harden but they are nowhere close to a deal. Lt would you. Trade ben simmons for james harden if power which team six. So if i'm the sixers. Do i want a pair. James harden with joel embiid. You see pictures of james harden yesterday. He looks like he may have put on the greg bergman little extra little extra dance harda and was one of the big criticisms with joel embiid that embeds outta shape the beat is oftentimes out of shape as well. Yes i haven't heard that hurt a lot but oh no him. Being out of shape is a thing. So okay if you're asking me. If i want to trade away my fit superstar bring in an odor. Maybe not always fit superstar to pair with my youngest not so thin superstar. I'm gonna say no. I don't wanna do that. Trae now for ben simmons. You have to buy. His hair's not taken benson yeah. I don't think that's going to sell the the one thing. And we've we've read this tim. Tim macmahon i think wrote this article about james harden that he really alienated his teammates. Because it's described in that article that when you have. The james harden experienced that means he's running the entire show he decides if he's late for film session film session weights if he wants to go to atlanta or if he wants to fly somewhere early to party you go where james goes when you sign up for the james harden experienced. He runs your organization. I read that. I read this piece today. After i heard you guys talking about it and the line that caught me was it was an organized. Aau team that that. If if they were they were playing in la. James one of the team to stick around an extra night because he wanted to do as parting reminded me of watching the michael jordan documentary earlier this year. When phil jackson talks about letting dennis rodman go do what he needs to do. But could you imagine if rodman were the leader you know. Could you imagine if rodman showed up out of shape. See people forget robin party but he never showed about shape. He party but the next day he bought out everything. Great billable z. That's the rub though hardened balls out i mean you can sail even if all this stuff that masons brought up his true and there's no reason to think that tim macmahon made it up so i think it's all true one of the quotes in that piece that scott was talking about. Is we knew if we had more than one day off in a row. The james harden was on a plane. Go into party. But we also knew he would come back and drop fifty point triple double on people the problem with this whole this whole issue. The whole heart issue is there's only fifteen guys in the world they can lead your team to a title and you need to have at least one and maybe two of them and hardens one of those guys so he's not. What are you talking about his first team all nba four times your conflict eighty accolades from the media and stats with being. Do lead your team to a championship. Those aren't bra. Elsa elsie you're right. He's great with the counting stats guy won the won the mvp two years ago. He walked up to the podium. And said you're listening to k spn los angeles but can't you make a distinction between a guy who can can put up stats and a guy who can score versus a guy who can lead a team to a championship. Yup there is a

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"harda" Discussed on Because You Watched

Because You Watched

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"harda" Discussed on Because You Watched

"A RECAP THESE IDEAS. Georgia's idea which is off games. Which is a movie about a bunch of underdogs kids who had never included in sports day. Decide to just walk out of the school they will and they walk and they walk and they keep working to constant walking that they love the walking they will all around the world and it loads of different people. We've got characters like Marina. He comes from a long line of. We've got the guy who will be in the priesthood. And we false gods. It was your idea and the out jury kid. Could BILLY HE SOBRE. He's the cleverest of the bar. He so clever that these levels he got zero because he answered too well. He ends up going to Oxford through clearing to rugby. Which is a nightmare. He meets Brag played by Omni Hammer. Who Bullock's him immediately. But then he remembers his twin brother. John this is all in the best ten minutes and he's very good at rugby. Gets into the final but then the twin brothers injured he has to do himself but does he turns out. Same person does win. The rugby then goes to a psychiatric. Yeah Great and Andries idea a bunch of squares which is Zane the main character. We're twelve to fourteen year old. Who's unbelievably good boxing? But for undisclosed reasons is banned from boxing but not chess boxing so to get his data. A prisoner needs one hundred fifty k. To pay for a lawyer and after several triumphs including against Piazza. He decided to spend the money. Not is that at present but setting up a fund or school teaching underprivileged kids chess. Which do we think? Best the category. I think I think off Games is definitely the most feel good. I was feeling the best after that description. I I like that relate to it by really funded quite dark. How Georgia's missing out. What happens on this like we don't always signing off some saying logistically. That could be quite hard kids in the words but kid boxing though you can fill anywhere. What about Adams idea the try heart purely for me because of the dark psychotic twist at the end? I just? I'm worried that doesn't fit into the category. I love it all I do. I do think that the message at the end of childhood is the it's not it's not shameful to seek help if you realize you need it your twins. They're actually. I do think that that could be a feel good. I wasn't going to tell you this in Troy Harda. It turns out there was a twin and he's being taken twins the twins. This will be so funny. An inheritance situation. Thirty third one. That was knightrider very very hot trilogy. Okay so let's have a boat Georgia which are these record. I'm going to have to vote for chess. Boxing chess boxing myself definitely myself. I dislike kids chess boxing. We've got what have we got here? We've got off game so one off Games chess boxing. It's off to me as well. Games takes Georgia. You're raising idea. Is One day once again. Well done guys did a job this episode of because she watched featured Georgia McGuire Adam Hess Andrew Tamari and me rory banks it was produced by Joe Grace and Matei tricky..

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"harda" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

09:15 min | 1 year ago

"harda" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"Jazz brilliant brilliant almost as brilliant as like. I'm going to go sit over there and it's not a reflection. Oh you gotta say I do know that you're a big a jeopardy fan. You Watch that every day every single day and do you get all all the answers not all of them yet and by the way like now because of too many prescription drugs or something like that no judgment no no judgment but I sometimes have to like pause the TV and go like. Oh you know who is Marcel. Proust's hikes me a second for the synapses to close your yeah. I know you've played him out. That's what I'd be afraid of playing the game that the sparks went and fly to be. Well you good when you played the game on television. Yes did you win. I won once. You wouldn't want wait. Wait a second and then Michael mckean one. Yeah I know the stories. I love him secondary but but how do you do that. I was talking to the baby. There's a baby right right there in front of the front row. Sorry Yeah Jeopardy. Oh but the thing about jeopardy is that there's something think about like there's something about the broad spectrum of people who play it. You know that a door I just love seeing all these crazy people who you know stuff you. Yeah No. It's it's great and by the way Alex shaved his beard. Yes yeah I don't like the beard I mean I'd like it but it's just to fashion Chinook and do you remember when you one. Do you remember what the last the answer to the clue was. Do you remember. Had I think it was. What is the patient patient proclamation right and yeah yes that's funny? You say that why because when I was in Hollywood square not the same thing thing very different different kind of show you know. They write all the answers that they give you because you have much funnier Shit than l. l.. But this one they had for me in this case was very funny. Because they said rupaul in fifteen forty two the MAGNA CARTA HARDA was signed. Who signed it and the joke they wrote for me was Joan Collins? It'd be a little older. This is a young crowd. Yeah it's a young crowd they don't get that but trust me the kid upfront there. It's very very Chonburi. These crazy funny crazy funny but when I was on it to you on the Hollywood once and I remember like that I didn't love the jokes folks so much they wrote for me. I was like Oh you know I'm GonNa go with this other Joe and I and I wrote those about something about Dorothy. I don't know what it was and I said the joke. Silence silence because the jokes that they wrote for me was just so broad it was like it ended in. You go girl I was like really is that all people are are allowed to say but then of course they picked on me a second time and I said they're joke and Glorious and you know you you just can't get away from typecasting okay. We're you guys are working on your questions. But I'm so you've done so much in your life. What have you done that you'd love to do? Well wait a minute. Because who who has more nerve in this world than Rupaul. Looking at anyone in saying you've done so much much in your life like who is on more than Rupaul. Wig in heels. Okay what would I like to do. You know I I probably I probably want to do more on stage and on film more on television. That's what I WANNA do. You'd be beautiful director. I mean you're talking about being being reorganised got that I got that. Yes but as a director yourself as someone who could put together a through line of because the collection is like making a movie. I directed a few things I directed operas because I really like operas directed this show at the Guggenheim. which comes is back every year? It's a version of Peter and the wolf and it's really funny and great and the band is great it's an orchestra and it's such a good show I narrated and I created it and directed at so come see that it's coming up in the first two weekends of December. Okay no the book is called. I am. It's probably on preorder at Amazon right now. It's it's a memoir now. We're going to there in. How much time do we have? How much time have we gone? which is a somebody's going to be in the okay? Great Twenty five minutes. It's all right so I know that everybody has a lot of questions for you and usually a lot fifteen minutes but I think we're going to need some more time so raise your your hand if you have a question and then you're gonNA come down here. Your name is Adam you. What's your phone number at him? The WHO's got a question of that that man in the backpack they come on up here. Come up front here come on. And then they're round round of applause. That's nice and what you're GONNA do. Mr Is. You're going to stand in here in the light so we can give them find your light. Find your loud. And you're going to stand Dan here and then you're gonNA turn around and and you're GONNA ask the question of us but you're gonNA face that way you've got it all right so but face them. It's a lot to do. What's your what's your name and where are you from my new? Mr GotTa both Ricardo from UNDO US hunt for the Americans here. It's Hunduras aren't there to Honduras yours over. Ricardo isn't there zero British Honduras. Used to be notes. Believe were you go girl. Deputy in the form of ten thousand dollars. I'll have so Ricardo. You're going to ask if I want to give you my back. You know well. Yeah but ti Ricardo's theory that see. We have a camera and I want to the camera to see you know what I mean. But don't block walk my camera on it a little bit more over there a little retired. Oh yes there you go okay. So Ricardo slowly slowly. What is your question? Well congrats on the book and route congrats on the EMMY DOT COM. So it's very humbling to be before you. It's very exciting. Because you have very accomplished careers. Therefore my question is with such accomplishment of sacrifice so what sacrifices this have you had to overcome obstacles regrets etc.. Oh that's a very good record or big. Yeah that's an amazing thing. That is a really good question. Oh yeah you can go back and will will refer to later. We have your information. Oh yes that question is very good. It's very good question you you know. I will say the one thing that I miss. When I was a kid I used to walk and walk and walk streets because you know I don't sleep sleep that much and I used to just walk at night like walk and walk and walk during the day? It was really fantastic. Kind of therapy. Right Streetwalker I was a bit of a street Walker and I got all of my good ideas and inspiration from looking at crazy people and knowing crazy people on the street right and eventually now now like I have to say like. They don't want this to sound like anything but a lot of times when you walk on the street people stop you and they want your autograph. They want your picture or something and it's not as easy to walk on the the street and I don't that much anymore you know and so that was one sacrifice I literally because otherwise I can't think of like I can't think of one I can't think of one sacrifice namedrop here on Oprah asked me that I didn't. I didn't have an answer at the time when I thought about later. I thought you know what it is is. I have sacrificed just a lot of close friendships. Because I've always been ambitious and a lot of the time it takes to sit with people and just have relation but just friends. I don't do that so much because I work a lot. So that's the big sacrifice I have made and also like friendships. Change and people don't like that so much especially if you have any form of success or or failure people don't necessarily want to hang around so yes we're on the on the podcast you. Oh.

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"harda" Discussed on The Viall Files

The Viall Files

11:33 min | 1 year ago

"harda" Discussed on The Viall Files

"The wind. It sounds exciting. It's fun to think about but I think you're trying to have this kind of Rom com relationship and and and it's not very practical. Meanwhile you're probably kind of wrecking this thing that you have of them by applying so much pressure to something that should just be like a fun. Love affair that you'll I think back and think that was really fun. Yeah no I do not do I. What is he moving moving? I think next month I mean staying. I Love Stop saying I love you. you know it just be like you know what you should say. Listen I'm not saying I didn't mean when I sad but obviously we got caught up in the moment and I know this much what I wanna do with. You is in joy you for the time that we have and let's just have fun and whatever that means. Maybe it's going to the movies. Maybe it's means getting physical no but like let's just enjoy the time we have together and we'll worry about the future when the future comes but I want to stress out about this thing and build it up and something that it's not and then you're gonNA spend three months like you know being stressed out about something that we all know how it's going to end. It's going to end with him. Moving home you know the ending you know if there's a part to then who knows we don't sometimes they make movies we don't know they're gonNA make a sequel until a couple years later. You know so right now just know. This movie is going to end. And so and you're gonNA be alone for a little bit and you gotta be okay with that when he does move. Be fucking fucking single second. I'm trying to yourself. I know I can tell. And and you know you're a pretty girl and and you know it's probably not hard free to find guys who are attracted to you especially the early attraction. And you have this built in expectation of always being good enough to always have someone but like because everyone's human after a while people get sick of everyone's bullshit and they break-up I mean in thank God you broke up with your first and second boyfriend I mean I you know. I'm sorry if it her like you want to be married at you know like right right now. I don't know maybe you do and I don't want anyone about married at twenty two but also have you been married. You would never gotten to rest that. Chisel jaw line right. Thank you very much for show is a great start driving a mini van. This fry was driven by Mika. That would've been fun. Now you know. And that's edited lesson to learn. Is that like sometimes being single opens doors for fun experience that you look back and have fun and when you when the time comes just for you to be in a relationship hopefully of had these experience so you can really appreciate the relationship. You're in and being in the moment but you're trying to kind of do two things at once and Chill out a little bit and don't always Don't always be a slave to the moment you know. Have some try to have some perspective about being practical and just enjoying the time that you have a because I mean I don't WanNa tease but let's think about how cliche this kind of story is and it's fun you might. How awesome for you to have this experience right like this is fun? You're gonNA tell the story years from now and that's great and that's part of life but like falling in love with the French guy and you know we're in love and so he's just not gonNa move and you know come on friends friends joke. They're like how many people can say they French kiss to French guy and like yes. They're more than you think but millions though they don't keep you warm at night you know can hang on clicks backs. Ah Yes you'll get you'll have plenty of hotties like he won't be the only Hawkeye. You definitely not and you may not want to end up the hottest guy you've ever dated to Rochelle's point you know Looks do fade. Some some less and others. I mean not mine. I'm just Being being right now you're you're GONNA be fine. Don't don't waste the last month and a half or whatever it is you have with this guy Trying to marry him have some fun. Whatever that may be because because right now you're you're missing out on just an enjoyable time and so maybe potentially good memories he and then when he does leave just be alone for like six months? At least it's not sad sad you will. It's not sad and you'll be thankful you did and you'll have more more fun experiences. All right some people you know when you have this urge to say I love you to someone. Just keep it to yourself herself and get to know them. I mean listen. You're it's an excitement infatuation you don't know this person you know you don't know Frenchie You love being around in for the first how you know just love will evolve for you so let let it evolve all right all right. Thank you enjoy. Enjoy it while you have it. I will things Harda. Yeah those are you know. It's hard not to sound condescending or like a know it all or whatever I currently reading Gary's this book in preparation for him being on the show. It's very good. And he's just tells these stories about life and a lot of them are anecdotal funny but a lot of it is just like perspective of like how it opens with. You know just like he wanted to do the Peace Corps and I was like twenty two and he didn't do it because it was like what was a two year commitment all I know I can't lie years two years I can't I can't do. That's that's that's my entire tire life and I remember that feeling do and then he talks about how like how two years went by that any thought to myself. I've literally done nothing I could have just been in the Peace Corps L.. I only bring it up because it's like You just you don't realize until later on and so it's great if you're in a relationship Shapur you're not a kid be equally great because you can experience other things. I dated this guy. Who has the hottest guy in my college then? When I moved out here we started dating and I was like freaking out the whole time? Only this is the hottest guy is the hardest guy ever like get it. I was like and he treated me so oh so bad but I was like. But he's the hottest guy he's been looking back. I'm like I can't do you really like you kind of admitted to yourself. And everyone like he thought I was like looking at him. I don't care. He couldn't have been worst of me in that hot looking back. I mean now that I've lived in La. You're like every other person like the hottest guy you've ever seen. What I'm saying is like you clearly? Like thought he was hot when you first met him and then he got hotter in your head by kind of being not not having them and then you got him. It was just like he stayed hot. He didn't disappoint no. I'm thinking I'm sure he was attractive. But like you talk about them as if in the moment you were like well now you know. Yeah Yeah that's what I'm saying. Yes sure he was hot but not not so much that he could be kind kind of invaluable from being like a terrible partner But that's just kind of comes with time. You're often were younger. We have have this fear of things not happening again. Missing out or or whatever and then me and like you know and we only have come that like if you just are open to to let it all happen. You be aware of being the CLICHE. I am Christina and I'm thirty the kristen WHO's thirty for you to call in a wonderful. I'm nick this is Rachelle. How can we help? Hi What's your question. Your what's your question so So yeah thanks for having me on So I figured I'd give you guys a little bit of context I Really quickly and then jumping like my question if that works wonderful So basically My question is around My current relationship and my relationship is one of my best friend so currently I've been with my boyfriend since last April so about a year and a half We have a really great relationship. It's semi longest since 'cause he lives about an hour away from me so we kind of do the back and forth thing every weekend My family loves them. My friends love him. We've had like a really great relationship so far So have this one friend who has been super close with over the last five years. I've known her forever and she's made since the beginning like little comments like little digs here and there but always thought like maybe I'm just being too oversensitive like maybe it's just it's in my head But then this past summer I threw a thirtieth birthday for him All this rams and his family and my friends and family came in. It was an awesome time. Simon was super excited about it and then the next day I found out I was talking to my sister and she said hey what was going on with so and so and I said I. I don't know what are you talking about. And so she said you know she came up to me at the Party and you know she was saying all these things and you know asking. Are you making the right choice. Slipped him like are comparing him to like other situations. I've been in and just like all this inappropriate stuff but probably shouldn't have been cited. His birthday So my sister was very taken aback. didn't really confront it at the time but then confronted her a couple of days later. overtax just saying you know I I was Kinda shocked We all love him. Not sure where this came from like just want you know like this would be really hurtful to Khorasan if she knew so she came back and said you know really appreciate you reaching out Didn't really own that. It was inappropriate and just said you know. I'm just being protective friend. So it didn't really. He like apologize or anything. Like that. so my question is kind of been span. I've had this weird kind of tension Chen with her. We don't really talk is regularly And I'm wondering. Is it a lost cause at this point or do you have any advice within forward sure In this French she's married Yes yes she is. Yeah Got Married last year. Just last sure sure What do you think of her husband? I like him a lot. We've been really I was super close to them. Prior to them getting married and then like throughout their relationship we spent a ton of.

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"harda" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"harda" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"But ultimately, it's does he get through that unscathed? How does he feel tomorrow, and it's really Steve Kerr at this point is playing the long game knowing that he's going to get Klay Thompson back and I would expect that they will start him because you don't wanna sit in that hamstring guitar and then try to bring him in game. But play the long game. See where you are after game four give Katie. A little more time to possibly recover. And then if you're looking at a close out game in game five and Toronto, and you really need to pull out all the stops, then you give them a go. It's possible it's possible that he gets through the three on three and he feels great and he gets green lit, but I can tell you that people around. K D have been telling him, this is not a smart move on your part. We know you wanna play we know what's at stake. But the reality is, there's too much of a risk for the kind of injury that you have that this is going to create more complications down the line reported that quick clay. We'll start. The unknown is K D skip. I believe the earliest we see him game five if we see him at all they because he's been close for the lungs. He's been close for weeks. We have yet to see Katie. We have yet to see Kate even uniform evening, shooting shots, most of the time, I see he has on a hoodie and flip flops. You think he's gonna scrimmaging flip flop? My CEO Elon be doing so not. So with that being said, I believe if clay can go the question. Okay. We know he's going to go. Yeah. How long and how thick in going step is going to be stuff. He he's the one thing you knew he's going to be a tr- aggressive with Katie, not there to get some of those shots, stamping clay will be all troll, tra-, aggressive, Sowa, Draymond, so rapid, you'd better be on your best behavior. As a matter of fact, I want, you bed our out, it by going to just backed out of four case diet mountain dew, lay Covic late. And I am allowing you to back out, you remember what have those your character lack there of you, you remember what happened in game six and okay, see, yeah, when they had to have it, and then Klay Thompson with boggled with level. Yeah. No, I trust. Okay. So back to our man. Kevin Durant Harda read. Kevin durant. No. Well, no. So I have a question for our friend Rick Bucur. How much do you believe talking to Kevin's people that in his heart hearts? He would love to be the guy who came back and save the day, and might save the day to the extent that, that he would creep into the discussion and maybe steal another in the of the finals award. I don't know that he can look at it that way, because it's too late in the game for him to win the MVP. No, not down three one. He comeback by six seven. What are you talking about forty forty points, all the got to do with average thirty three seventy eight down three one. Here's the thing, though. The warriors are not at their best when the game goes that way for him to get the kind of numbers that would get him MVP through the last three games would undermine what the warriors are. The other problem is we're, we're talking about think about the shots that they're going to get the scoring that they're going to get their big issue right now is defense. Right. And I don't know. Klay Thompson coming back. Yes. As a catch and shoot guy he can control that more. Ofensive -ly does doesn't have to try to get to the rim. He can still score and be affective defensively as you're going to be able to stay in front of Leonard is going to be able to do what he does. And the same thing for Kevin Durant that to me is the great issue, and I can't I never thought I'd be talking about kevon looney as much as I am. But you right, those two coming back doesn't solve the absence of what they have in the interior, ultimately, I could see them coming back and it not making a difference..

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"harda" Discussed on Open Floor

Open Floor

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"harda" Discussed on Open Floor

"And the role players were hitting shots. James harden was outstanding as a passer his shooting was kind of all over the place at times. But he did a great job of managing the game. Even without getting to the free throw line, which is sort of his like attornal crutch, but he was great. And I was just really impressed. And it was one of those things where you see in some of these rockets games. How impossible they can be for any team that isn't at like the warriors level like championship caliber normal basketball team with normal players and a traditional center and shit. Like that just has no answer for what the rockets are bringing to the table. And it is really impressive man that was. Music to my year that is so beautiful. I was about ready to just sit back. Look let you keep going Heidel. James harden round one victory. This is this is as good as it gets. I'm glad that you're joying. It. Can we move? I want to say on them though. Utah trying to take the Milwaukee Bucks strategy defensively where they like sat on hardens left hip tried to take away his three pointer. It was amazing to watch that play out because it were did not work. So obviously and so badly almost couldn't believe my eyes. I mean, Utah we know has been incredible defensive team. Not just go bare their team for years. We saw the walkie a pretty good amount of success using that strategy on James Hardie because Bledsoe just kind of treats in like they're in like a subway car together. And he's just like all up into space making him very uncomfortable crowd him and just sort of shadowing him. And it's just like, dude. Like, you don't have to stand right next to me. Just gimme like a foot of of breathing room. Here right Utah. Yeah. Even though they've got some pretty good defensive players. Just had no one who could really execute that strategy and Harda made them look like a middle school team and Quin Snyder is a good coach. But watching that plateau was like, oh my God. So that was my. Next question for you was that again, one loss that like signified like a series loss. Like, it's going to be quick. Or do you think that has any chance to actually make this a series because to me it was so reminiscent of Houston dominating them for most of last year's playoffs that I worry like our the jazz going to be able to get up off the map, right? Or is it just sort of like here we go. Again, we have no answer for him hard and didn't even really shoot that. Well, like, you said he didn't even really score as well as he can they can beat us in all these different ways. And we don't have every counter in the book to keep up with them. We're going home like I worry if it's going to have that kind of a mental effect on that jazz team. I think that's a valid concern in part because of the way things worked out last season in part because headed into this season. They did not want to play the rockets are headed to this playoff season. And this that game one is why I'm glad you highlighted the defensive strategy because my take away more than anything else was holy crap. Eric Bledsoe is the best perimeter defender in the NBA because he was able to play that strategy and still harass hearted in a dozen different ways and normal defender, whether poor Ricky Rubio like is it going to be able to do that? So Ricky a good defensive player..

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"harda" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"harda" Discussed on KGO 810

"Pick. Anyway. The point is is that this president doesn't bother me or frighten me anywhere near as the people who follow him because we know Trump has mental problems. And we know that Trump is I mean, just listening. He's got he's got a real problem. He's got problems that I say that. Okay. Good. But the people that follow him. I there's too many of them. I mean, sixty million people voted for him. I don't think they're all still there with him. But nonetheless. That's something to worry about. And I'm not alone. Bernie sanders. Had had these very same comm comments. He has some political beliefs. He is a total phony and a political operatives. I don't know if people notice he now condemns legislation that introduced called Medicare for all earlier in his life. He supported Medicare for all this guy, actually support a tax on wealth. He was pro choice, but he moves with the wind and right now he is an extreme right winger because he thinks that's how you get votes. And what he is doing which really disturbs me very much above and beyond tax breaks to billionaires above and beyond trying to throw thirty two million people off of health insurance all of which is doing. He is dealing with. No president in modern history has done and really trying to divide the American people up based on the color of our skin or the country. We came from or a religion or sexual orientation that is outrageous. But he does what all politicians? Do. He won't finish it. Let's finish. It. Donald Trump is not doing all these things. Donald Trump supporters. Are they're the ones that are voting and pushing for Cindy, Hyde Smith. The woman who talks about public lynchings like it's going to Baskin Robbins, the woman who appeared I was listening. I was in the airport Diller, they listen to this guy complaining about this. And you know, Harda district to shut up he's going off. She all she did was working fettered outfit. And I and I saw I set in the next time. I go you do realize what that means to black people and people of color in the south Mississippi. Have you ever been to Mississippi? Have you ever been black in Mississippi in the end his wife? They're both going to be like, we weren't talking to you. But they said it out loud. So I had to say something. The the real danger to our nation. It's not Donald Trump the real danger or the people who refuse to correct the mistake that they made and to vote for people who. Embrace our founding fathers ideals, and those ideals aren't like, you know, you have people listen, they call up here. And they say they'll say things like, you know, that really should have got the tear gas. Well, let's forget I second. They were in another country, and they were unarmed and there were women and children. Just forget that for just one second. How do you? How do you live with that the idea that you support an ideology that is racist sexist overall, just xenophobic afraid Zena phobic for those are voted for Trump? Let me tell you what it means. It means anything that's not just like you. I mean, you can go right now on online go to YouTube and look for videos of white people. Saying mean things to black people. I forget the exact term that I saw online. But and there's literally hundreds of them in the tens of thousands of videos, where people are going up to white white people aren't the black people or mostly Latinos and saying you don't belong here. And they're like, I'm a US citizen. You don't like white people. And if you don't go. Yeah, I I like white people. That's what I like. And they say that loud. Now, they never would have. So I'm not afraid of Trump. I'm afraid of you, not you. But you know, the u the bigger you sounds. No politician will say this no policy. Look what happened Hillary. Did. She called him a deplorable somebody cost of the health. Yeah. She was honest. You are deplorable. If you believe in those things, you're bad. I know you laughed a little, but it's true. If you believe that it's okay to gas, women and children. If you believe that it's okay. For a president to tell his crowd to beat up somebody. If you believe it's okay for the president to get elected after he says, he can grab a women's private parts. Whatever he wants to. They like it. One. It's avenue shoot. Somebody. The people that support him or the problem. It's not Trump. That's a problem. Trump's the tumor as Arnold used to say, it is that's you know. And here's the thing is is politicians won't say this. They won't come out and say America stupid that our country is is intellectually deficient to most of the most of the industrialized countries in the world. They have better health care better education. They pay their teachers better, they don't let families starve. You go you go just to our north to Canada. A day's drive from here, and it's a different world where people are treated like human beings and not as like digits on the other side of the decimal. It doesn't count to them. Yeah. That's that's that's a dangerous place. We have come right now. This election in Mississippi. The ROY Moore thing give me a little bit of hope, but you know, who made the difference. Here was black women. It wasn't white people. Why people didn't come out and say we don't want. It was a black woman said, you know, we got a vote we gotta get to we've got to stop this. Anywhere. Let.

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"harda" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"harda" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It was a turnaround Tuesday as the stock market rebounded. The Dow Jones industrials rose five hundred forty eight points or two point two percent. Twenty five thousand seven hundred ninety eight the NASDAQ closed two hundred fifteen points or two point nine percent higher. The S and P five hundred added fifty nine points or two point two percent IBM's third quarter profit topped forecasts but revenue fell short big blue reported after the closing bell shares of dollar tree rose nearly seven percent after the New York Post reported Carl Icahn is taken a stake in the discount chain Wal-Mart projects it same store. Sales excluding fuel will increase two and a half to three percent in the next fiscal year. That would follow expected growth of about three percent for this year, which would be the giant retailers best showing since two thousand eight the Labor Department reported the number of job openings hit another record high in August. Crude oil futures closed at seventy one dollars. Ninety two cents a barrel. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio from ABC news, Tech Trends, creating an eco system for the connected home. That's the main goal right now. It used to be that tech companies were fighting for dominance or phone dominance. But that goal has shifted as more of us bring the internet of things into our homes. Davinder Harda war is senior editor for the tech blog and gadget. Now, it's about everything and how everything's interconnected as well. So it's going to be really interesting to see how these companies kind of go at it with that Google,.

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"harda" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"harda" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Huddah in September of twenty ten after is Lund's. Parliament had recommended criminal charges against him Carroll, asked him how he felt about that. I think they had a politically motivated, and I think some of my old political opponents are settling political scores like criminalising political process. And I think that's a very sad development. That's for sure about that. I said. In the future? The politics, of course, the banking crisis was a hideous monster. I think no one is more than myself, but the reasons for the crisis were not political. They were Lapsley mistakes made in the banking system itself. Partly they sell to outside developments, but it was to set of complicated, complicated set of issues than September October two thousand eight would have that if crisis, but you know, longer in politics. So what's to be gained by people in parliament, voting in to see you take him before this this court? Well, that's a very good question. I ask myself same question. It's a criminal charts of has been brought against me. Several different counts of negligence, but I have not been questioned. That's nothing criminal investigation. My points of view have not been brought forward looking at what's been called the largest collapsed banking collapse in economic history. It happened on your watch. How should you be held account for that? Well, I have accepted my political responsibility by moving politics. It was on your watch that those banks accumulated external debt. That was many times what the gross domestic product of your country was. I mean, it's that didn't happen overnight to acquire fifty billion euros in debt completely enlighten, clothes, pin rules. Clearly, this was unwise something should have been done about it. We all realize that by, no, I don't think we could have avoided the financial crisis. It's been brewing for a long time and the problem, of course. But in the early months of two thousand eight. To to Nate. None of us saw this coming and I remember no world political leaders. So either that was Iceland's former prime minister go Harda from an interview in twenty ten Hotta was one of dozens of ice in Iceland prosecuted for their involvement in the country's two thousand eight banking crisis. This month marks ten years since the crash..

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"harda" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"harda" Discussed on KTRH

"And allowed this guy to continue on the problem with that is that he's been around children. Okay. And these parents who are learning their children around this man didn't know, and it's very responsible LaRosa. Lopez was arrested last month on indecency with a child charges. The date back to the late ninety s hurricane Michael is targeting. The Florida panhandle and expected to make landfall tomorrow. ABC's rob Marciano is in Panama City beach, where people are trying to get out while the gas lines have been long gas is running out some people. A hard time getting gas just to evacuate. We talked to a couple of people that don't have the means to to evacuate their they're hunkering down in some areas here show situation that's being taken very seriously storm surge there could be as high as ten feet. Google was unveiled the third generation of its pixel phones latest century in the smartphone wars offers a bigger high def screen and new camera. Devendra Harda war is senior editor with the tech blog in gadget says the pixel three in pixel three XL phones, make Google more of a or with them. Google is putting more of an emphasis on the camera and camera software than on the hardware itself. The real power of the pixel phone, especially last year is Google software. And especially when it came to the camera, and that seems like Google's big focus. Now's KTAR news time two. Oh, four officials in the People's Republic of California of announced seizure of weapons from those who legally shouldn't have them Twenty-one, shotguns, twenty. Four rifles and fifty six handguns taken from Californians who are not legally supposed to have them because of a conviction a domestic violence restraining order or because of a serious, mental illness, California, attorney general heavier Sarah announcing an operation defined those who own guns, but legally should not have though California is the first and only state that has a program like this to retrieve weapons from people who have lost the right to possess them and the program works also seized over twenty seven thousand rounds of ammunition. Alex stone, ABC news, Los Angeles. You can add India to the list of countries beefing up the military, India recently completed the purchase of a Russian missile defense system. And now they plan on giving more muscle to the Indian airforce citing growing regional threats Indian military officials say they will start deploying three dozen new French-made fighters and plan to purchase an additional one hundred forty fighter jets, the main reason for the perceived security threat. China and Pakistan New kids on the block coming to Houston bringing Debbie Gibson and salt and pepper with him the eighties. Boy band announced the mix tape tour today, which includes a may fifteenth performance at Toyota center, also on the concert lineup naughty by nature and Tiffany tickets, go on sale Friday at Houston Toyota, center dot com. Rachel estrada. Newsradio seven forty KTAR. H the Dow is up five the NASDAQ up seventeen S and P five hundred up to now the Sean Hannity show. I'm Scott, Greta of sudden, forty KTAR h. This report is sponsored by American standard air dot com. Comfort.

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Google gives Pixel phones bigger screens and prices below iPhones

Sean Hannity

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Google gives Pixel phones bigger screens and prices below iPhones

"Ten feet. Google was unveiled the third generation of its pixel phones latest century in the smartphone wars offers a bigger high def screen and new camera. Devendra Harda war is senior editor with the tech blog in gadget says the pixel three in pixel three XL phones, make Google more of a or with them. Google is putting more of an emphasis on the camera and camera software than on the hardware itself. The real power of the pixel phone, especially last year is Google software. And especially when it came to

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"harda" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"harda" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"The server based on what's being communicated to you a specific to any IT eight and even though there's. For whatever reason there was a delay in grading that update at equifax and as a result after had the the penetration into their server. So there were a number of reasons a number of changing stories probably the bigger story after the hat. Here's the reality. There's a reality identity and a reality of. Information security and governance for businesses, and the reality is you cannot stop or prevent on being breached, you can mitigate your exposure by doing certain things, including best practices like updating your, sir. And there was a delay. Arne Terry to to you. And I talking today is I wanted to focus to be on the one year anniversary of the announcement the equifax data breach event. But isn't it ironic that Uber just two days ago three days ago, eighty one hundred forty eight million dollar fine. Their data breach event and Facebook on their recent data breach. Estimate for their regulatory fines and penalties is going to be one point six billion dollars. And how embarrassing for Facebook while for all? But particularly for Facebook, Leary embarrassing, and here's the thing. Here's what's happening. When you look at the reality of identity theft and data breach. Cyber criminals are counting on complacency. Counting on both consumers and businesses especially small to medium businesses to be complacent and one of the contributors to that complacency is what we call breach fatigue where insurers and businesses are so sick and tired of the news headlines about ID theft and data breach. The beginning. I ignore the headlines in second ignore the problem and dot complacency. Is contributing to all the data breach headlines continue, and they're not going away anytime soon, and if I recall right target was like equifax as well, they experienced a data breach event and what happened to their CEO their CFO's. What happened pretty much nothing that I remember. Well, the interesting thing with Harda and equifax the same exact thing happened to vote CEO's. CIO's chief information officers both were forced to resign. And they weren't forced to resign at argue or equifax because they were hacked or because they experienced a data breach event they were forced to resign because of their failed management in response to their data breach. That and that's probably the single largest challenge that businesses and organizations have today if you are talking and believe me. After they learned they were hacked. They were talking about it the next day. What are we going to do about it? And if any business organization has talking today about what are we going to do based on something that happened yesterday? It's already too late. So it's the failed management response that typically companies in trouble Uber at a major management response. Facebook is a little more proactive being open and transparent, but they still have issues. So does experience and trans union have issues it it's amazing that as we mentioned these major companies, and all of these major companies that are supposed to be protecting the consumer in particular experience junior their major credit bureaus, and they can't seem to get this together. Or is it just getting tired of the constant security? At are. They're not hiring enough IT people. What is the problem where are they lax? So the biggest challenge is. Is and I'm gonna group experience to answer your question. Yes. Experience transient also have issues, but I'm gonna group the.

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"harda" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"harda" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"To talk seventy seven abc stars at night bride they've been hard brera sky guide and ben la harda thanks dirty i here madison square garden and really cosby is down getting ready to host trooper thon tomorrow in florida and everyone setting the texas melania trump the president's wife she's visiting a detention facility for children near the texas border and the part time mayor the dope from park slope or comrade de blasio he also went down in texas will catch up with that in a moment to rita yesterday he was caught asleep at the job the mayor discovered that some of these children who had been separated from their parents at the border will being housed in shelter children sheltered facilities here in new york city we now know and we we're all understanding this is sort of coming wave after wave that in the last two months his family separation policy has affected thousands of children two hundred and thirty nine of them are right here right now and this is just one of the centers in new york city with staggering curtis the fact that our mayor didn't know that there's a facility there in east harlem i mean it shocking two hundred thirty nine and he keeps bringing up all over the place is one kid he uses as an example they'll you know politicians always to pick one but he uses this nine year old eddie who came from honduras by bus tells his dramatic story and i think like you said he has just embarrassed also that he was caught flatfooted didn't even know they were here and now here he is part of the mayor is going to texas today and he's all over the news he's all over msnbc talking about it and blasting president trump's policies his homeless services department knew that the children were being transported here did you wake up late each day you're in a drug induced psychosis from smoking bones of hindu kush gracey mansion oh no doubt okay but then and even though i have said yeah the president signed the executive order he's going to put the children back with their parents.

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"harda" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"harda" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Part of that book through that out there was so wow we saw the rope excuse okay implication that like oj lost his mind cause ron goldman was gay like that was like what was wide that's what i got out of it that's interesting well look that's not as good as the them blading meredith vieira who may for matt lauer is divorce not the fact that he could be a sex krim yeah it was this woman's fault it's a woman in this reality yes it is as we know this is the darker corner of donald trump's imagination so national examiner again the one tabloid that's just for octogenarians and up i mean i don't understand any of these people hundred sixty showers where are they now i don't know who jane north is or lisa loring or lauren chapin any of those names ring a bell oh hey well again that's why the day though know where where did they go okay and then also the top part is free inside twentysecond stroke tests that will save your life oh wow which i'm sure is just sort of you raise your arms above your head and smile and then you have to say like a sentence right right mariscos harda gays on the cover you know that because what is she in jag or law and order law and sorry on now probably some special appearances in jag yeah hell yeah there's crossover episodes and then last the globe humiliated milania shocking reasons she'll never divorce trump world exclusive the only thing that is here because so this is am i this is trump's homey who runs this and all stories specifically approved by if not directly inspired by trump's like pull string talking points so it's weird that they're like talking about how she can never leave him but trump does have a history of like basically.

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"harda" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

Stansberry Investor Hour

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"harda" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

"Okay most borderie was boring regular day all these credible securities trading pennies we're recommending hype company and seattle where it rains pipes docked proceeds to whisper for forty five minutes like he's treating a sick patient dying he's got his bedside manner out so he's he was why just wanted us to understand that stocks are is cheap is likely to ever be in your lifetimes here's a thirty interest rate chart let's compare nineteen seventysix interest rates with where we are now in nineteen eightysix as country indicator oh talking to fast also down let me go back a few slides and i've tell the back of the room and i see these people will take like flies just we'll so buck you've known puerto long enough now to know that we call these kinds of stories porterville so the fact of the matter is that on the plane ride over sitting up front with border and i said look i've got forty minutes to this presentation i've got one hundred and twenty three slides would you mind looking through them and let me know what you think so he said sure so he spent about thirty minutes look through my slides and said this looks great dock this looks fantastic and then when the conference got going and doc wasn't bidding understand i was being sarcastic at no you're not being sarcastic some of the conference got going it got so disorganized that my time from forty minutes was cut down to i think i literally had eighteen minutes and so i was flying through the slides cutting sections out and it it's hard for puerto keep up sometimes with some of the things that i share that because they're fairly complex and deep and so anyway he's still trying to make fun of me even those hard to believe the stock harda believes that was ten years ago how the.

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"harda" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"harda" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"A winter mix headed our way for tonight mostly cloudy skies it'll be colder with lows down into the lower 20s as we head into your thursday mostly cloudy skies with thursday night a chance for winter remits will be possible before that will see a high of thirty seven on friday will kick it off with some showers rain showers in the morning then cloudy skies with a high of forty two more rain possible late on saturday otherwise mostly cloudy forty six will kick off your sunday with a few flurries in the morning than partly cloudy and windy with a high near forty a meteorologisy we see a wilson with a storm team forecasts than wtmj revellers rising lake michigan water temperatures 34 and madison 25 degrees green bay 27 in waukesha 25 in milwaukee it's twenty seven degrees happy holiday everybody at his wednesday john mercure melissa barkley with you with son out a little bit today now i didn't get a chance to see it though but i didn't know what was out there you've been lock dare use yeah it's actually a nice for it to be quiet it's been just a crazy couple of now were i need to be over by your desk more because you have that big window john has a huge window and spoiled billy graham we've been reporting passed away ninety nine years old and he had quite a history in wisconsin coming here twenty two times twice the milwaukee in the '70s and both of them were huge county stadium he had one hundred fifty thousand people over five days that's more than the brewers drew over five days ring some of those years in the 1970s and then august 11th 1979 milwaukee reach out he was at milwaukee arena now that uw mock you panther arena it was called the milwaukee arena this is reverend billy graham here in 1979 if you sense along for god the desire to change and be a new person that's god speaking to your home and as you respond he will give you the ability and the power to change because he has to do the changing delay makes the right decision harda and indecision in itself is a choice you decide tonight that you're going to wait till some.

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"harda" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"harda" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Digging dream on you just going to take their whole delay after warriors i will take james harden but excellent choice day harda and goes to team momoh that team is now durant steph and harden love it i will fill i will then take uh my tv killer joy l in be doyle mb have fun so far they can beat is gonna be he's going to be the most of his mind he's my pick for most valuable player so far if my team held hands they could touchable selangor down the court dragging behind gonna here get all the rail and i'm dead him the eyes for mvp the most most entertaining size hugo okay well right eggs big i've taking anthony davis eyes all yes what do i get to do group i'll give it okay no i'm not choose demarcus cousins you've got he's a starter he's let starter that mean i have to put both of them at center will you don't know it didn't possess we play live in an era of position lewis basketball that doesn't matter anymore organic obuchi just get ago a bogey just a booby no not what so far both my sentence shoot threes i'm good at cuba you kinda get three centres all the sun three you'd have not with that oh no god is a very been teams are now waiting for the rhine next began is arianna janas embodied and bougie coke addicts learn eggs bank i'll be thinking career being verse beautiful choice.

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"harda" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"harda" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Force multiplier there of people who are rallying to your caused serum coming from him he says i wish this group would start a radio show or podcast the demonstrates an illustrates this challenging but important dialogue i think you've have an amazing following and be able to effect change we need you and we need to more callers let me go to them casey joins us casey your own i didn't here yes i'm calling i'm born in raised conservative family or handful dealer and my best friend film lived there and has become a cui author and um back when obama was elected canvas for obama and was a huge supporter but i'm her anger third in developing linde i'd be out within movement started getting traction and uh if you get started closing her new he'd and went on colonel is now on a rabid kind of trump supporter and i get it into the really challenging thing who um try navigate our relationship and friendship why don't you the having occurred can you just keep it on the level of where we have this personal history and we like each other love each other and that's what's most important now we cry but at the start here thank you for that call casey glad to hear from you and let's hear from another listener else orito edwin you're on the year oh hi yeah i'm ed one problem by the empathy and our group it here in uh in berkeley that we actually have the titanic fear and i call the fed he can't we take it to the front tag leftright conflict event so we were there at the berkeley riot gear just very milo event our doctors have been doing mediate between the left and the right and we use an mp based on empathy harda empathy sirkhot were you empathic listening are actively thing to have different hyde park to each other and reflect back their understanding of what the other person said before they can feet and we also did a mediation with joey give son who is uh the organizer an air go the air go uh a rally on august twenty six i can't so how online empathy circle with him and megan roar who are the counter oregon protest organizers than they talked with each other and had a uh a civil conversation for about thirty five minutes.

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"harda" Discussed on The Hilarious World of Depression

The Hilarious World of Depression

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"harda" Discussed on The Hilarious World of Depression

"My name is david the hobble from like a chirp pennsylvania i sixty seven years old i have struggled with depression most the by adult life some time this past year i began falling into a dark hole despite therapy at medication i kept falling and i began thinking that i was irreparably broken somehow some where i managed to grab onto something stop falling into the whole i started to look up at night realize i have not hopeless sleep broken and began the long climb out that is my mantra now whenever i feel myself sliding in i say i am not hopelessly broken i am not hopelessly broken finally one more we got via email from a listener named jennifer she says lately i've been picking myself up out of a bad bowed with the story about freddie mercury my favorite singer of all time toward the end of his life he and his band queen were about to record one day when guitarist brian may asked out of concern if freddie felt up to the task freddie knockback a shot of vodka said looking do it darling than went into the studio and says harda sanal a hearing friday in may saying you can plucking do it darling in a bit pickup lately fred he's been get him yet abed most days and a half to thinking for it even if he's been gone 27 years or so at this point face jennifer.

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