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YouTube cracks down on QAnon and other conspiracy videos

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00:31 sec | 10 months ago

YouTube cracks down on QAnon and other conspiracy videos

"The lead of the Twitter and Facebook, saying it's taking more steps to Lim Kyu and on another baseless conspiracy theories that can lead to real world violence. The Google or Google owned platform said Thursday will now for Hibbert material targeting a personal group with conspiracy theories that have been used to justify violence. One example would be videos that threaten or harass somebody by suggesting there complicity in a conspiracy, such as Q. And on which paints the president has a secret warrior against the supposed child trafficking ring run by celebrities and Democrats well on

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"hibbert" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

04:26 min | 10 months ago

"hibbert" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"His generosity He helps people who need help. He goes around Kingston passing out. For. People need medications in giving them when I would be with him and go to the gas station always electra money for the gas station attendant. He also had that spirit generosity. He adopted kids in family. There were always people over in people around his extended family lives on the same compound. So he did feel that if he didn't continue, you know a lot of this stuff wouldn't be able to happen a lot of it would fall apart and so he did also have that sense of responsibility and you know I mean just temperamentally use a worrier he's a worker he's a guy who. Felt a great sense of duty to his craft and also to his people. So yeah, it's You know an an just in the last week being in touch with a lot of those people. You really see how much he stitched together and There's a lot of people who are really lost because of that and I think you know it's something that's GonNa. Be really painful for a long time. I mean that's song you mentioned a ten shillings was about the very fact that the early deals. That he was signed a two and a lot of his contemporaries were signed to basically total rip offs and they were never compensated the way they should have been, and this is a guy who should be by all rights should have been superwealthy I mean this is this is a giant of music and for many reasons that you've mentioned and others like that. That wasn't the case. You know no, it absolutely wasn't and you know I mean he didn't always do himself favors in that regard. But at the same time he was certainly exploited and taken advantage of over and over again and like I said earlier, you know he didn't always know how to trust or who to trust and those things you didn't help but you know when you go to the Kingston Airport to, it's his playing on loop. In the arrival terminals. I. Mean He is an ambassador of this music, but he's not getting paid for that. I did WANNA jump back to just this his relationship with Bob Marley and the idea that as I said, the beginning by the mid sixties, the maytals who was his vocal group that was the top group in Jamaica and Bob Marley and the whalers were just coming up right behind them and it. Was a real family vibe between all these artists in Kingston and he names he names every single. reggae artist of the Lee Perry Bunny wailer tosh Jimmy Cliff they were. They were all friendly. It was competitive and friendly a golden time I mean. That's that's kind of on spying for me to think of all those guys hanging out together. Yeah I. Didn't I didn't really put that into perspective until Ziggy Marley told me that he remembers times from. When he was a kid and toots, and all these other reggae singers would be over at the Marley House which was kind of famous compound on hope road and that there was that five in that communality between them you know I mean I asked to it's about about this and and it was really interesting what he said that you know something about. He didn't see Marley that often. But when they did the things they talked about they were they were really well aware that the music that they were making was much much bigger than where it came from, and that must have been such an incredible thing to realize in real time being both of them kids from rural environments who didn't have a lot of education and yet the music and the message really that of what they were doing was having a kind of global impact i. mean that's a wild story. What did the Chris Blackwell to say about touch what what stands out most in your memory about what what Chris had to say? Well I own. I spoke to Chris over email and You Know Chris has the utmost respect for toots. And I get I. Don't know but it seems like they've had an on and off relationship professionally over the years not shocking but you know what I mean Chris what it came down to two Chris is that voice just that voice you know Chris told me this story of Funky Kingston, which is.

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"hibbert" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

07:20 min | 10 months ago

"hibbert" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"He might see it slightly differently than other people. He Sees Roster Faren Ism as well as the religions that he grew up with you know is very similar parts of the same humanity and spirit. So you know I don't think he's Overtly religious but he identifies with. Roster spirituality and what was his intake of gone to like? What were we talking about here It's yeah it's. It's epic. Epic and and there is also a lot of rum. Jack Daniels involved. You, describe you know going to a bar with him on Tuesday morning or something into make an just it just sounds like WanNa be peak profiling experiences. One could have yeah. Sort of had this thought in my head you know we we rolled into this bar in the country is like eleven am on a Monday morning. and. I'm working. But reporting onto its I mean truly is like a full contact sport. You know it is it's just all on your in and he's in and it's physical and it's emotional and it's filled with uncertainty and most of the time I had no idea what was happening next where we were going when we were meeting will he might show up for hours early, you might show up five hours later there was one night when I was actually with my son who got really close to. Two toots as well and said he was GONNA come pick us up and take us to dinner at a place called joes where we ended up during the photo shoot at a later time and we were waiting in the lobby will be the lobby at six when we were in the lobby and I was with my son is nine and seven at eight nine, and finally at nine o'clock my son was really hungry and I thought well I guess we'll just get a- cabin just. Does and we'll meet to. So we get a cab and JOE does it turns out his directly across the street from the hotel it was like ten yards away. We could have crossed the street walk into jobs, but I had no idea that knowing that we get to Joe's we ordered dinner and then put shows up you know around ten fifteen as if. It was sort of like that all the time There was another time where it was his birthday and he was gonNA have a party for his birthday which he has every year it is at his house. It's a big event. It's very families and friends, and it's a really fun festival event and he really wanted to make sure that we got there at six o'clock. For the start of the Party and he was calling me around three, you're going to be on time you're going to be there. Yeah. We're GONNA, be there you know around four thirty call he said we'll how you getting her I said, we're just going to get a cap he said, no no, no I'm gonNA come for you. I'll be there at five and I'll come get you. So you don't have to. It's your party. We'll get there is finding said no no I'll be there will be in the lobby at five. So we went to the lobby five ordered some drinks. Ordered another round of drinks. He sort of arrived around six thirty in the in the lobby of the hotel and then ordered more drinks winded up getting to his house to his own party around eight. You know. So you just sort of never know what's going to happen. Now, part of what you experience was he was working on this comeback album got to be tough which I think he hadn't released the album in like ten years. And Zak starkey who people know is Ringo Starr son and also the for the WHO ended up as the producer. How did I don't even know how did Zach even get involved? What was that all about is Zach loves REGGAE MUSIC grew up listening to toots real connoisseur of reggae music and launched label in Jamaica Trojan Jamaica records, and was really doing an amazing job of bringing together some of the original reggae legends who are still around and vital, and he worked a long time to get to. It's comfortable with the idea toots was recording just. All the time you took. Took set an accident in twenty twelve hit with a bottle on stage of big vodka bottle hit him in the head and it was a serious injury. And he wasn't able to tour or do too much over some legal stuff around that is what legal stuff but it was also, there was a lot of health stuff. The concussion affected him deeply emotionally and physically he was dizzy he was depressed. So he was grounded really for three years and during that three years, he has a studio at his house which he calls the reggae center, which is really you know as as sort of grand as that sounds it's it's just a tiny apartment in the back of his of his home and he is in the reggae center was in the center. Every day for nine or ten hours a day recording obsessively is engineer was there with him. He would cut tracks right new songs cut new tracks right to cut different versions of them. Bring in guest artists. He played almost every instrument by himself. So he had hundreds of songs. So when when finally he and Zach got together, you know. Zach went through some of that material and pick the songs that they then recorded for dot to be tough and there's great stuff on that album is out and Unfortunately I guess it's the I guess is the final album except that it sounds like there's a ton of other stuff in the in the archives there hundreds of tracks I mean one of the songs I write about the story is called two shillings, ten shillings. I, can't remember the exact title in it's one of the one of the greatest most sort of defiant took songs in the tradition of all great songs that I've heard. So Turn Showings yet ten showings and chilling. So there's there's there's. A. Lot of stuff in there that hopefully will get treated properly and come up obsolete. Just we were talking about what would be the final album of his lifetime and part of the tragedy here is that he was really invested in this comeback. He had a lot of people he was supporting felt a ton of responsibility. So there was there was a lot going on here. So it's kind of you know it only compounds the I guess the tragedy of losing him at this particular time I think you know in knowing him all he cared about was the work. That's what he was all about. He was working every day all the time on music recording music thinking about is. He had so much that he wanted to say he fell. Certainly a responsibility kind of. In the world in this moment you know he felt he really did sort of feel as if. A voice, of reason, a voice of wisdom of Voice of healing was needed and he felt I think that a Lotta, those voices were were no longer here and he was and so he felt that that drive to do that at the same time, he takes care of a lot of people you know to see as an extended family i..

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"hibbert" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

06:07 min | 10 months ago

"hibbert" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"The great one. It's a very simple statement that is like. The all the great songs really ultimately just about Karma and revenge. You can few all the things that you talked about that happened him emotionally after Gel you can really hear all of that in that song, the the paranoia and everything else the slight souring of of an overall temperament you can an ethic it's part of what makes that Song Great. There's a cost phobia and so much going on in that side. Brian I mean that's kind of one of the things that was really challenging to write about Tut's was he is both of those things i. mean he is one of the greatest most fun spirits energized enjoys life more than anyone I've ever met but also has has there's lot of darkness. And sort of navigating those two sides I think is is what he sort of brilliantly does in his music maybe more challenge. In Life. So yeah, I think you feel that that the trail that he felt and I think it's not just his personal betrayal, but it's the idea of this. This hangover that came you know after Jamaica. Sort of rolled into the sixties with all its hope promise and then things didn't get that much better and in fact, started to get really really worse. So your story starts out with your first encounter with him but. Maybe take us through what that was like. Because again, as you said, this wasn't the kind of story where you were. You know some representatives set it up and you met in a hotel in L. A. and had lunch and left this. There were some complications here. It was really funny actually because I've been trying to track him down for a long time and sort of just hadn't really been able to get through and didn't ever get answers and and then I found out through a friend that knew him that he was going to be in New York. So I arranged this sort of elaborate set up where we're hi I invited to to go to my friend had has a hat shop on fifty seventh street, and so I arranged for at the end of the day for took to come to the hat shop, and then I rented like a Chevy suburban had downstairs and then I made. Reservation at the King Cole Bar, and then thought are going to get the hat. You know look at the hats the REGA- getting the car intuit's noted. So we're we're up in the hat shop maybe an hour and a half late and he's got about five people with him and he kinda rolls in and the first thing he says, you know who's Jason Finding what am I doing here. And I. Look at some hats. I didn't know how was going to go but he he loved the hat shop. Ended up with a great Bolero and then you know we went downstairs after an I, don't know what he was expecting, but we got in the suburban and we went to the King Hobart. We ended up having a great night at during that night, he invited me to come visit him in Kingston. So it kind of went from there and you know I go to Jamaica a lot anyway just on my own and I come through Kingston a lot on the way to where I'm going. So it became kind of convenient when I would be going to Jamaica would stop in Kingston I'd have dinner with with Tut's navy, go with him to studio for a day or a few. Hours and then beyond my way. So it Kinda rolled out slowly that way you know what was awesome was to get to spend so much time with him to get to know him to meet his family to religious talk what was really hard was getting actual interviews because he really didn't not look forward to that part of it and it was really really hard on except for in certain flashes of time when when we be really productive in terms of conducting interviews so it it did take a while you went to his sister's house who who I believe you said was so religious in keeping with the fate he was brought up in that. She hadn't really heard his music. It was quite incredible. You know it took some persuading to get him to agree to go to his hometown with me and his sister whose only other living is only living sibling laughed ISOLINA she goes bye birdie lives in the same house where toots was born and where the parents in the original family homestead is and the parents buried in the back and family relatives still live down down the road and it's a dirt road small cabin, and so we went up there and it was you know it was a bit intimidating and wanted to bring her some nonni juice, which is an herbal remedy for. Joints and arthritis and things like that and when we got to the house, he didn't want to get out of car. He. He fell that there was going to be too much attention placed on on him and he usually goes early in the morning or late night with a lot of people around. But when there are a lot of people around he sort of wanted to stay out of sight. So he was kind of ducking down in the backseat with a sunglasses on and I just you know walked up with the nonni juice. Made Birdie and Birdie was like a sweet as could be sort of held my hand. We sat on our porch. But yes, she she is a church woman and. And she's not heard to his music or seen him perform live, which was quite incredible. That's wild. What is this relationship with Rastafarianism? You talk to him a little bit about that. Yeah. toots his Roster through through to is a what they call what he calls a comb lock roster meaning. He didn't grow dreads unlike Bob Marley with long dreads doesn't have long dreads, but he is He's a RASTA..

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"hibbert" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

02:27 min | 10 months ago

"hibbert" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

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"hibbert" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

03:09 min | 10 months ago

"hibbert" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"I'm Brian. Hi. This is rolling stone music now. I have with me Jason Find the editor of rolling stone. We're really happy to have him with us, but it's not a happy occasion we're going to be talking about the life and music of toots Hibbert who died at the age we think of seventy seven on September eleventh if someone that Jason got to know really well and didn't amazing feature that. was months and months in the making that was published just before his death and so we really WANNA to dig into why it's important and what made him special and the best of his music and first of all Jason. This is someone new really got to know so I'll I'll say condolences, it's it's tough and shocking thing you just were with this guy. Yeah I was. Up until the very end even though I knew how bad it was I really believed you would pull through I had this sort of enduring image in my mind of last time. I saw him perform which was in Brooklyn and he would never even lift the microphone above his waist. He his voice was so powerful even at that age and with that much Donde. If he could fill a theater with basically no microphone and I just kept thinking that a man with lungs like that would would be able to pull through this. So yeah, it's shocking and sad and and also just just such a great loss you one of the things that when I wrote the story that I felt that I needed to say was that how few of these true originals really are left people with a direct connection to wear the music comes from and toots was one of those guys you know he was there at the beginning and he was still there now and so. It's yeah. It's it's it's a huge loss and also a personal loss you know thinking that I'll never never get a phone call from him or or see him when I stop in through Kingston. So yes, it's very sad just to take a step back in contextualising a little bit. This was a guy who until Bob Marley. Showed up was the biggest star in reggae even before they had the word reggae because he seems to have invented the word reggae. That's important. He is to this whole thing. Yeah. He was he like a lot of the singers who became the big reggae singers like Bob. And Peter Tosh, and many of the others sort of came to Kingston in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, one, sixty, two right at the point that Jamaica. Got Independence from Britain. There was a lot of energy. There was a lot of spirit in the city at that time and they came through what was then rock steady music and Sky Music and then into reggae. toots was the one toots was the star took was the guy who you know I've never been able to document this but he says thirty one number one hits in those early days of the sound systems in Jamaica and you know what happened was in nineteen, sixty six he won the big festival there, which was the Jamaican Song Festival.

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Reggae pioneer Toots Hibbert dead at age 77

On the Media

00:37 sec | 11 months ago

Reggae pioneer Toots Hibbert dead at age 77

"Toots Hilbert has died. Sibert was a frontman for the reggae band Toots and the maid Halls. Who's 54 46. That was my number was one of the first reggae songs to receive widespread attention outside Jamaica. The song is said to describe Hibbert's time. In prison on a marijuana charge to timbered with 77. His family announced his death last night but did not give because the BBC says he was taken to a hospital in Kingston recently was symptoms resembling covert 19. This is NPR news.

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"hibbert" Discussed on Forever35

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01:36 min | 1 year ago

"hibbert" Discussed on Forever35

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Harry Shearer appears critical of 'Simpsons' decision to stop White actors voicing non-White characters

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00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Harry Shearer appears critical of 'Simpsons' decision to stop White actors voicing non-White characters

"Of the stars of The Simpsons doesn't seem to have a problem with white actors voicing characters of careers. Harry Shearer's voice Dozens of characters on The Simpsons, including Dr Hibbert, who's black and sure doesn't seem to see that as an issue the job of the actors to play someone who they're not. Show, along with several others made a decision recently to stop using white actors to play people of color. Something sure discussed with the UK is Radio Times. People from all backgrounds should be represented in the writing and producing ends of the business, So they decide what story to tell. But when it comes to the performers again, he says, the job is playing the part of someone you're not just like he's not evil nuclear plant owner like another character, he voices Mr Burns,

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Harry Shearer appears critical of 'Simpsons' decision to stop White actors voicing non-White characters

Curtis Sliwa

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Harry Shearer appears critical of 'Simpsons' decision to stop White actors voicing non-White characters

"And the actor who voices The Simpsons, Mr Burns and Ned Flanders and Dr Hibbert is really upset about having white actors now not play people of color characters. Harry Shearer is his name. He's one of the guys in spinal tap one of my favorite movies of all time. He has criticized that decision to take white actors away from those characters, he said, Our actors should be able to play outside their own

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"hibbert" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"hibbert" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Today is Roy Hibbert hello Roy I don't know what it means to be an interest so I would have you stand but we're all miked up but I I'll just say that the seat that you're sitting on is all the way to the Florida I'm five ten year seven to thank you so much for joining us today thank you so you spent almost a decade in the NBA you are a two time NBA all stars so was basketball always your passion I grew up in a household of immigrant parents that you know and they're from the Caribbean and they're always about education so I did not want me playing basketball or any sport they wanted me to do the piano they wanted me to do something if I were to do a sport to be terrorists my mom wants me to play in front of the queen of England when I was younger but but I grew at a very fast pace at the young age so a star player in third grade and I was about a foot taller than everybody else and I said you know let me try out from basketball and and ever since then I've been doing that and you were thirteen and you were six nine thirteen instead of six ten around that age but the biggest growth spurt was trained in sixth grade I winning six to eleven six six so so yeah that's fantastic so as you look back what are some of the favorite moments of your career both on and off the court on the tell you truth I would say in the learning process to me you know what because a lot of people see you on the court S. U. scoring blocking shots dunking but they don't understand what the hard work that goes that goes into a behind the scenes a lonely hours in the in the gym working getting up shots you know they'll see the nutritionist happens or you know watch what you eat you know getting the right going to bed at ten o'clock in the you know that that type of stuff was vital to me in this the the the baby steps small steps that lead to you know what's out there on the on the big stage do you think that the same mindset as a pro athlete to is the same skill set that is required of an entrepreneur you know so that that that's to me is important because you know us I was so dedicated to basketball I didn't really look to do things outside I said you know what I have a short period of time to make as much money as they chanted you know the last minute rest my life so now you know as I'm in the alternative space I'll try to take the same aspects of of of basketball that I do now I'm trying to be a sponge you know the opportunity for me at this coming fall next capital on the due date they have one and they invest in tech and everything like that well there's a chance for me to be like a six week trial correct to be concerned you know so I want to be a sponge and soak up as much information as possible because you know people see you as a professional have money but you may not this is a totally different space in basketball so I want to learn that's reason I'm thirty two years old so universal there was an old to learn and also on the serve back in this this watch and take notes you know it's great because there are so many athletes that I've seen who've kind of transitioned out of sports and sport sports to find them and it's always great to see athletes to step out of their comfort zone you know and say look I've got this opportunity now and actually do something with it so congratulations thank you I can stand out being so tall but I use that as an opportunity to shake hands because babies get business cards in touch I think staying in touch is part of the biggest thing yeah so I read somewhere that you are an avid consumer of video games television the the downloads on iTunes would make even the the the biggest you know rivals addicts jealous so you seem like you are an early adapter from a digital standpoint nine so I would say this when it comes to the the iTunes store when I was playing you know I spent eighty percent of my week in on a plane or a bus or in a hotel so I would you know do some reading but then at the same time I would you know I was to watch TV and stuff on the plane and I talk to my agent about you know Hey I love you know TV and movies I wanna learn what goes on behind the scenes so I talk to my agent he called up the Asia W. me so I actually got in terms for like a week you'll sit in on some calls actually heard you know when the the rock talks with a one certain ages name but got the bay watch movies I got to hear how excited he was about that when he could tweet about that so just sit back and learn about that type of stuff but then when it comes to like the video games and stuff sports is huge I invested in sports company that we dabble in some E. sports as well so just taking what I enjoyed in trying to connect and find things that are work well for me in my portfolio we know so many people don't easily adapt to kind of technology this new digital framework you know businesses are going through dramatic digital changes transformations and you know like like the agreement cloud for example the DocuSign sits on you know what advice can you give to business owners who may be reluctant to kind of take that step and move into that digital transitional space you know as I'm learning this whole process one of the big things that I've learned is that going to a cloud saves you money in space you don't need an infrastructure you don't need to have a big warehouse where you have the bottom floor you know you have all your the safe quick meant the same to to to dumb it down but you know the what you're talking about is that ability and so you know what I'm let these people handle it and I'm gonna do what I do best of the best the best thing for for companies if that makes sense yeah yeah you know I I've been going to basketball games for a long time and you know living here in Los Angeles you go to staples center here and there are a lot of changes digitally yeah that I've seen staples go through everything from admission to you know a lot of the third screens in an interactivity with people did you notice when you were playing basketball were there any digital elements that connected you in to tell you the truth I didn't it's pure coincidence last week the MBA called me to do like a meet and greet at the Houston rockets Lakers game and it was a company that does the infrastructure in the cloud for twenty nine of the thirty NBA arenas and they're the ones that do the when there's a replacing the Marlies send the information to the C. caucus for the the referees review and actually got to sit down and talk about their cloud based you know infrastructure but the housing docu signs and everything like that but it it but it does show the fact that you know what I didn't know that you know those replays in the video that goes up on screen is connected to a cloud based system so in a way that you know when I'm upset arrested missing a call it's probably because you know they sort of because of the cloud based system that's cool so I'm Steve Lehman and this is the executive interview series brought to you by DocuSign our special guest today two time NBA star Roy Hibbert we'll be right back after this I don't care if you work hard and neither does the market everybody works hard the successful people are the people.

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"hibbert" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

09:03 min | 1 year ago

"hibbert" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"Just the consummate professional national. He is good human bank is I'll like when I was a kid. the duck no the NBA. All Star game was in DC and my high school coach. Got Me these tickets. A couple of our guys team tickets to the panel Because they're an all-star game all star weekend they have you do a bunch of different things as though he had the panel and like I said I was in six nine six ten in eighth night in high school freshman year in a walk past. Walk into like the the audience sits and he's sitting there with his hand on his head like almost about the fall asleep I shake his hand with hate him and the other so why get to play against them. I told the story and we actually He became like a like a a mentor. So I go up to San Antonio and workout with him you take me out to eat and So from I'm Tom Time. You know we text back and forth and stuff like that so I really look up to him to him to me. It was always some Dunkin quiet out like one about his been. This kicked kicked ass on the court and he wouldn't hear Peop- and then those always shocked because who wouldn't want a breakdown rims and stuff like that so those are two people I I look look up to another kid and I got a chance to compete against when you start a competing. NBA was anybody. You're totally star struck on court mode and matter I would say a Lebron because even just just is not because I looked up to him. But because you're like probably like a year or two apart from high school you know when he left over four hours Priok a sophomore junior high school so but just as physical town is things he can do on the court. I'm like jealously. He's six eight to fifty to sixty spreading like a point guard. And you just you just amazed at you know some domino's like athletes like you know like thinking about it would resin. Have you seen any body. Who would just be like? He shouldn't be able to do the things that he does for his size or or or just a speedy hazardous. Technique is anti wrestlers like that came across while might not I came in WWF. Yeah I just come up with tricep injury and it. But most got him Salvio Vega whose Puerto Rico and me. It's got to be real good buddies. When I first came in because I'd been on the sidelines that elbow that tricep he'll end up? I blew up every night and I was the healy was maybe face so by the time you know you got all this stuff and started beating him up unlocked catch my breath but he was a gadget. He was obvious probably six John but he's probably about fifty or sixty just. It didn't look like an athlete. But the spirit of the aerial stuff did he could do when he did it. I used to call him human bumblebee. Because you didn't like you'd be able to fly. But somehow he could to go on a basketball thing SA- vegans like me always wonder because I grew up man with Magic Johnson and Larry Bird Eh. Those cats Dr J.. I got a chance to see that. And then all of a sudden you know Michael Jordan all those guys come after that and now colby and now the brand your era so if I had to ask you is gone NBA. WHO's the greatest player that ever played the game basketball? And it'd be Michael Definitely Michael Then Kareem abdul-jabbar and then I have to go with the guy who drafted me Larry Bird. Did you know those are my top top three right there. That's awesome dot three. I I would agree with you on that agreement down the street he does. Yes my guy. Yeah yeah he's come to a worked out with him a couple times you know. So Yeah Yeah. He's a When I was working with Judy back together he was thinking it was a foot or whatever would have anyway? Here's are getting treatment chance to and we're like we're good buddies. Say Hi to him. It's interesting to see you know our conversation just talking about the backside of the career you feel like guys toddlers you. I mean without a galley jumping update. Here's the thing if you don't get you know whether whether you're say this this we're sitting at a square table. It's probably four feet by four and so if this was this was a wrestling ring man you just get in there and you start falling down. I'll list of as mental laws of physics. Gravity all applies and it's like interesting compound daily so if this is the basketball court and you guys has a jumping up and landing up and land or getting elbow. Dude that's beating and so it catches up to you and so at the backside of career you know it's like I'll talk. SOMMES younger guys. Guys in their late thirties and Saying all right man. It's coming about ten years down the road but his coming. Do you talk two guys. That are the ten years the thirty nine to forty nine to fifty nine. The Kareem's Ya and and ask them how they're feeling from all the battles they tell me that we have a good Trainers 'cause they. They told me been times. They told me they take their own eagles before games or in have trainers. There's and one of the things that Kareem told me that he said that It would have prolonged. His career a year or two was was was was flights the charter flight because he said he I think he's playing in like eighty eight. I think we said the Detroit had won back to back and they were the first team. NBA To get the charter flights and they basically had a game. At seven o'clock they stayed the night. Nazi flew out at six. AM on a regular flight in the sand the other so and then sometimes you couldn't get the extra legroom and you have to go cross country spray tough and he told me that that probably would have save a year off of his career. You know. So maybe that's what a lot of the top guys in www right now that they got the tour buses and I'm like man. I wish I'd thought of that but I'm I'm such a problem with it. It's a write off but unless I probably would have done it these days when you guys are flighty offline private or commercial that you guys least or whatever well I think. NBC We had the deal with Delta in they have certain nup so we may have a plane that will share with four or five different teams so soon as it lands. DROPPED US off in Atlanta Atlanta will take off and go to Miami pickup team and go somewhere else so but But for the most part it's retrofit four bigger people in recently that most of the time I'll find like a area in lay down on the ground on the floor on the planes from time to time just to catch my Napa something like that dude when you seven. Two who in the world is built to accommodate a human being. The average height is five nine or five and I would imagine might even shorter. I'm talking about four guy you seven to do the conveniences. You've Woodham your entire life but I mean it's got to be a pain and ask sometimes right like certain things like if I fly and try to save money I fly. Southwest Nail is if you get There's there's in. South West is great sometimes because the exit Rodeo they all have a seat in front sometimes so so you have to get a one a two way three able to get that you know. Sometimes there'll be some carryovers from another same same flatly dropped. They stop and people you know. Move to that scene. They wouldn't get up on planes. I took a picture in the plane and and a bathroom and cramped you. Can't you can't even move. You know stuff like that so this little things like that but for the most part you know housing Khazei. Today's girls five four. It was you know that most awkward thing my wife now is five ten so So yeah people get weird looks from time to time even dumb things like you know. My wife has to French bulldogs. They're like little dogs. And we you know I would take it outside. Dogs small dogs here all the time you know. Little annoying. Bassam stilts. Yeah so ah yes I I. Obviously what the two German shepherds people don't even come to me and talked to me when I have them out but it's dumb things like that. Do you always kitchenette for the game. I mean obviously you're you're still a youngster twenty nine chronologically and you're Biz else. I understand that but I can't sleep during the daytime so I the NBA that so what is every day you take about half now no only on game days this crazy because when I talked like these older players like Labor Kareem they said we technology nowadays is so crazy. So when we're in indy. They had a sleep specialist coming in talk to us and they said two o'clock is is the best time of the day to take a nap. Either ten to fifteen minutes or ninety minutes no more no less in an you'll be energized and it was all studies and stuff stuff like that so So two o'clock.

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"hibbert" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

09:46 min | 1 year ago

"hibbert" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"Roy Hibbert Center for the Los Angeles Lakers Roy Welcome. I called three sixteen. Gimmick Street does not actually address. But that's what I refer to it as welcome to the crib. Thank you for having me big fan you drafted by Toronto Raptors by Toronto Raptors. It traded down to Indiana Pacers here for quite some time. Now all of a sudden you come out of the West Coast. Yeah how you digging to congestion too much traffic too much. Be He asked compared to where you are. There's a lot of BS. But I try to make sure I stay away from it. You know. I'm always said if I were. I was twenty one when I got drafted if I got drafted to. La Lay at twenty one. I I probably would have lost my mind a lot of stuff to get into. But when you're twenty one in your in Indiana You go you work out in the morning and then you just go. Home is nothing that much to do. So stay focus. Man You've been on the road forever. What was the swing when you come out of college because you were highly tout in two thousand seventeen a lottery pick back and you decided you declared for the draft which you didn't get an agent you decide to come back in twenty twenty good call thing was very got my degree in government decided sell But my parents were happy. I'm happy but as of right now I want to enjoy the college lifestyle one more year so in in in the long run you know married my college sweetheart you know so round here I think things through another one man who said you got a degree. 'cause I when I dropped out I think at seventeen hours to graduate in the and I would have been enough. I kid for my family to graduate are the only one graduate and I dropped out and I was riding on scholarships and man broke my parents tired. So it's a good thing for that. Now let's go back you man you've been doing and meteoroid decided before we start rolling camera two rolling sound here we're gonNA kick it around and have a conversation. So this ain't no interview per se because Roy about basketball we'll touch upon basketball but we'll cover a lot of stuff in this conversation talk about you though because I know you've got some acting in credit got aspirations get note the big screen after you retire. Hopefully down the road. Will I did some cameo the myself but but the tell you you truth the summer before I got traded to La. Oh I talked to my age I said Hey you know what I'm about to turn thirty guys start thinking about the future so and I. I Love Television. I watch a lot of reality. TV I know This is probably not what you would watch by watch I want you know the wife Myself Watch housewives and we watch you know every all instead that'd be watch total divas you know will but I've said I want to find out how things are made How shows are made so for week? I actually I would say Internet. WMA Talent Agency. And I you know seven. Am put on a suit and actually sat in on some calls. Brad slater I got to sit with him and actually heard the rock Talk about some some some things that he was working on so and In detail truth out a toxin production companies as well. I went out to a couple of them just to talk on their brain so I said you know what you know. Maybe I can meet a lot of different people. Maybe get a executive producer credit. Bring some people people to these production companies and you start. You know making my way because I don't have the time right now to say I want to start my own production company. Run it but maybe I can just start learning so eight. Nine years. When dumpling I can go ahead and you know have a little better foothold in in the in the TV space manatee a long time ago? I told us a Strobe of oil give you the long story short on airplane. I'm GonNa Back Tugged Rock and we've been on a long swing on the road and as they man where you headed Miami way way we live now man. I'm going out to La. I said what you doing out in. La Is I'm working things will man was already Latino seeds. I mean now. He's reaping the benefits now. I mean he's crushing it. So rog was known. You know what you're doing right now you know getting in there and and that's half the thing is just getting yourself introduced now. Are you cool with stepping off the court when you do being behind the camera or and doing the producing cut type stuff or you hung up on him. And I still want him if I can entertain entertain or if I can do something. I'm good band in front of the camera. You Know I. I'm more of a low key behind the scenes type of guy. You know I think that Just learning goals adults production companies. Just saying hey you know what you gotta get. You have an idea you get you. Get some people together to get some rioters together. And and as opposed to being on the screen you you get two hundred episodes or you get a reality. TV Show and you have a couple of spin offs and then you know you can reap the benefits and you know in syndication and stuff like that so I I'm more looking towards doors that you know I'm not to be honest with you. I'm real myself. I'm not one of those those people like Dwight Howard who have liked this aura or like Lebron people wanna see those guys but I. I'm more like behind the scenes and I'm realistic about who I am and what I can do so I would rather have a ton of ideas I write them down and hopefully hopefully I can do with that in the future. I'm glad that you read those ideas down because man like I've got half the stuff. I thought I was thinking of questions last night before. Our conversation will not like a good question as Roy but my dad was like five. He'll get out of bed in so I have got to questions but always tell some of these up and comers you know. They've got a chance to be a superstar in the wrestling. Does anybody has a chance to be a superstar. You got a breakthrough but not tell him and I said if only tell you one thing it'd be to write a diary of all the places you've been I mean if it's only three sentences for the entire day new write a damn diary Ari and if ends up being a page at does but one is days. I mean if you strike gold men. There's a couple of million dollar book land there or if you don't strike go but I mean you get over to some degree. There's there's a source of income and you got to jot down so I agree And I don't know if that career path is the right thing for for me but I wanna try it like while I'm here might as well you know. Try to wet my beak. Maybe like in trying to see if television where I WANNA go or or or in other aspects rex but in La has a plethora of things that you can get into. And hopefully I can. I can do something with it. You said you low key Guy So he walked down the sidewalk. I walk on my head out of the gate Roy coming in my new hard to miss you seven to get the biggest cheer inside my house and his and he's crushing it we were. We're on now to seventy two eight hundred eighty. I WANNA get into your training here in a minute but you said you Loki when you come into the League when you grow up from Queens New York did you come. I'm from Melanchon low income. You're we were So I was born in Queens raising Maryland. Yeah but You know as I grow up when you're a kid you don't understand that you're poor. You know you just your thoughts you have you know so and then when I got to college my parents told me almost lost the house a couple of times and stuff like that so so I was fortunate to be able to take care of my folks with the position that I'm in and Um but yeah it was it was. I made the best of the situation that I was in when I was a kid. But you definitely really appreciate it then when you look back man when I got into some good money on when I got hot too you know that's when I started messing S. around with a with a few cars I never went car crazy. Like some people are inclined to do. And that's their business but man that cars are a Gimmick Gimmick. Take a lot of money. Real quick and blink of an eye. So did you go to the car phase. Because you're twenty nine. Do I was a little bit older than you and I started doing all this. Go ahead. Pretty good run like he ran right now. Are you a car guy. But you think I'm a goody two shoes but I Well the rookie. I had just got my license and I always wanted to have a range rover and by actually couldn't fit in the front now sue big fort but I got a got a o-7 escalate and I've had that my whole career and at least a car. I'm not really into cars too much. I can't really fit into a lot of 'em right but I didn't get my seat pushed back a couple of a couple of inches back and couples down but you you know a couple of people have vices. But I still can't figure out mine you know I always said you know. Cars Jewelry are things that I'm really really into too much now. What about the The lifestyle you coming in and be a family almost lost house going to ask you can come from. I come from a straight up the middle class family. We've never had too much money against sometimes. We scraped it pretty thin. I've never get back in the day Roy. Your parents used to have checkbooks. My Dad would balance his checkbook every month in that thing. Assist right up if that checkbook was five cents off you know my mom's name is beverly beverly and then they'd have a conversation that thing on track yeah so when you come into the NBA. All of a sudden you get paid yes and so now you've got a lot of money did did the NBA the NFL has things but all the guys in there because because they're rookies symposium smart them up. Hey Man don't do this or maybe here's what you could do it in your money. Did they do that for Y'all got you. We have a rookie transition program. Graham and they they. It's a week long in in guys hated. Boom you look back if it's very important and beyond with the I'm not good with with money. Math was never my thing so once I I have a financial adviser and one of the things I was always told was. Have Somebody Watch washing your money. So every now and then I'll have I did this to make sure everything's supposed to be because I'm not. I'm not good at that and you know so I don't mind paying somebody else outside of my circle. We'll make sure everything's supposed to be but you keeping your eyes dude right. Yes yes yes. Horror Stories guys work their ass off now..

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"hibbert" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"hibbert" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"With yet another classic episode of the Steve Austin Show it is episode number three zero six with Roy. Hibbert Roy Hibbert is a retired. NBA Star. Her who is currently a working with The seventy sixers in Philadelphia for some talent liaison stuff he had a pretty lengthy. NBA Career in the century He started out playing for the Indiana Pacers. moved onto the Los Angeles Lakers and also for the New Orleans Orleans Hornets and the Denver Nuggets and a few months after his interview. He left The Lakers two Hornets get to talk about that here on this podcast asked with Steve and Roy Talking about the NBA schedule. How physically taxing could be as well as Mba trash-talk it here Royce perspective from the court as well as some discussion about Emma Mason Paintball wrestlemainia thirty. which will happen to your before this or actually no tears before? Yeah even Some nap science which I found to be very interesting. You'll learn from Roy what he learned the best time to take nap during the day. He'll be guys. Dig Roy Hibbert on this classic episode of the Steve Austin Show all right today this date in Stevenson history mystery today being November fourteenth. We start off in Nineteen ninety-two and Saint Petersburg Florida. Steve Austin defeated Ricky steamboat. Then we move onto in Nineteen ninety-three in Orlando Florida. We have two events happening sort of at the same time there was an airing of the ww main event program which saw. Aw Steve Austin vs Charlie Norris I don't know who won that match. But I will say Steve Dead and then at the WB worldwide why tapings in Orlando Florida we had the WW international world champion. Yeah remember that Rick Rude versus WWF. Champion stunning Steve. Austin with Colonel Robert Parker in his corner wrestling Dustin Rhodes and Brian Perelman to a no contest. Things broke down the match after colonel. Robert Parker interfered Prompting Brian Film into drag him into the ring and eventually chasing him backstage. So that kind of just ended everything and then one thousand nine hundred four and Sarasota Florida We have doses. WS champion Hacksaw. Jim Duggan vs stunning. Steve Austin again. I don't know who won that match. Hacksaw one via good. I don't know the result for certain but Given has these matches were I even Hacksaw time Either D.C. You've finish or hacksaw going over nine thousand nine hundred seventeen finally get to the. WF here today in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania we see dude. Love Defeat Savia Vega Vega in a no holds barred match after. Steve Austin interfered. Steve Austin hit everyone with a stunner and eventually put do live on top for the the cover encountered the pinball himself because why not be one thousand ninety nine Detroit Michigan for WF survivor series. Nineteen ninety nine. This is a big one. We start off at Sunday night. Heat with world champion triple h calling out the Rock and Steve Austin because of course there is a triple threat match to happen in the main event of severe adversaries nineteen nine and the rock eventually chased off ex pocket road dogg from ringside. While our Dude Steve Austin clear blades from the ring. Then we start off the pay per view and we. We have triple h interrupting a backstage interview with Steve Austin with Austin chasing triple agent to the parking lot where he was hit by car. This is dependent view. Where Steve? You've or the stuntman guy. Hit by car. And Steve Austin was out for pretty much the entire year To get his next surgery Returning in two thousand as we'll talk about the second here. I don't remember watching this. Pay Per view. Live but This is something isn't a detail that I found interesting in the main event went Bits of man who was scheduled to guest referee was unable to be in the match because he was at the hospital. With Steve Austin came out and hit triple H in the face of the world title belt. which led to the big show replacing Steve Austin Pinning triple h with a choke slam. I didn't recall the finish of that match. But yeah that's how it happened. And then finally we wrap up in two thousand in Indianapolis Indiana for WF smackdown taping. We have struggled Steve Austin defeating. WF international champion. Eddie Guerrero with with a stone cold stunner in a non title match right. They believe they wrestled again in two thousand two released. That was the plan around that time. But yeah that's that's a rare match coach. I did not know happened on smackdown us. Don't cold and Eddie Guerrero as the day that I taped this it is the anniversary of Eddie. Guerrero's rose passing so yeah. Rip To one of the greatest. Eddie Guerrero. Well that's in this day and Steve Austin history against information from the history of WBZ DOT com. And thank you for supporting the Steve Loss. PODCAST here on podcast. One please. Rate Review and subscribe. And Tell your friends myself and Steve. It would greatly appreciate that all right. Let's take a quick break we'll come back with NBA star Roy Hibbert on a classic episode of the Ski.

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"hibbert" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"hibbert" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Teo was my workout partner last year. It was. It was pretty relevant working with them. Are you going to his hall of fame thing? No, no, I'm not. I'm not. But you know, he's he, he likes, you know, he, he, he was a big personality in that in that in that Jim love, Chirpin guys, love lecture, pin guys that were slacking in the gym, which I love. Because you know he, he'd be all over ROY Hibbert on a on a day-to-day basis. It was. That was that was a highlight of the day the way he would get on ROY Hibbert. But to be honest, there were so many guys in there all different kinds of athletes. I mean, Randi could sure use in there all the time. Tekla Dell's in there all the time. I remember last summer Demi Levato was was working out like crazy in there and like she was going nuts with all m may stuff and doing like jitsu judo and kickboxing and all this type of stuff. And but which is kinda really sad, which. She took a turn for the worse as everyone knows his last couple of days and where because she was doing so well, and she was so focused in her training and and all that type of stuff. And it's unfortunate to see where she's gone, but you know, there was all different types of personalities in there. I think Nick and Joe Jonas for in their work, you know. And surprisingly, they actually go really hard. It's really funny like you wouldn't think to guys like that would would train hard, but you know, they, they would train heart and semester Salone. We come in sometime and you come in there and he just rip curl for like thirty minutes, and then you do shoulder raises for thirty minutes. Oh, you didn't doing drugs and I'm just like, holy smokes guys, this guy still going, it's what do you do the way with raises. Spun me Lou. No. So it was a lot of fun. But with having a newborn in the middle of may this year, it was just too much too much of my day taking up. So I went with Chad moral here in in in Torrance, which is a lot closer to my house, and he's Ethan Moore's brother by the way, and I've been training with him all summer which has been great and yeah, but I just for me out of anything getting into this year too small focus on being mentally, mentally, healthy and mentally happy, and, and and and like you said, you know, I'm proud person and you know I'm going to, I've been doing everything. I can't to make sure that I balanced back and be the best player I can be for the warriors this upcoming season. I got one more alludes to Potter quick one. I know you didn't lose too many career any who's the aid. The toughest guy of fought in be who's the reigning heavyweight NHL champ..

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"hibbert" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"hibbert" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"He just bench for no reason for this is i'm blanking on his name though short one of the players in the league he dunked it all y'all ming me never have sorry i love you remembers his name but i've been drinking he benched him and then he came back that game when we went on for like thirty five points or something like that when you guys you know the more and more as your star rises and people like you should produce this do that and the first documented your project you do the two thousand thirteen knicks documentary who we do there's a whole roy hibbert section all twenty minutes they're gonna be very short of time pieces of the of the knicks there's just like very specific remember the third week of two thousand and two the pre watch how you know we're washed knick fans because i was watching the whole thing with kevin love and he came on the court and possibly could have gotten suspended he was already doing yeah yeah i know i know what you the what can one of those series you've got bone over knicks miami next by me what you nights blur ninety four patchy ewing was on the court l listen ninety four it was like ninety six nj brown and and those those when they were the eighth seed and and the whole broil happen and everybody got addicted and pj brown algae without there was one whereas favorable to you got to you guys.

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"hibbert" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"hibbert" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"He just bench for no reason for this is i'm blanking on his name though short one of the players in the league he dunked it all y'all ming me never have sorry i love you remembers his name but i've been drinking he benched him and then he came back that game when we went on for like thirty five points or something like that when you guys you know the more and more as your star rises and people like you should produce this do that and the first documented your project you do the two thousand thirteen knicks documentary who we do there's a whole roy hibbert section all twenty minutes they're gonna be very short of time pieces of the of the knicks there's just like very specific remember the third week of two thousand and two the pre watch how you know we're washed knick fans because i was watching the whole thing with kevin love and he came on the court and possibly could have gotten suspended he was already doing yeah yeah i know i know what you the what can one of those series you've got bone over knicks miami next by me what you nights blur ninety four patchy ewing was on the court l listen ninety four it was like ninety six nj brown and and those those when they were the eighth seed and and the whole broil happen and everybody got addicted and pj brown algae without there was one whereas favorable to you got to you guys.

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Kerala health officials warn of Nipah virus outbreak

BBC World Service

02:14 min | 3 years ago

Kerala health officials warn of Nipah virus outbreak

"People who have felt that this is kind of their place their sanctuary to unload a lot of their intimate feelings gentlemen who wanted to go through a sex change confided that in me prior to even mention it to his family and so is individuals can trust us that it's not going to go any further than the chair and if you have trouble getting to sleep at night how about making a todo list just before you go to bed the bbc's health and science correspondent james gallaher is back again today welcome what you have for us today a really interesting study that could be real breakthrough treatments have brain cancer and also what the french are doing about smoking it could have lessons for the rest of the world great we're beginning today with the outbreak of nipah virus in the indian state of kerala they've been one hundred sixteen suspected cases with fifteen confirmed and at least thirteen of these people have died i identified in malaysia in one thousand nine hundred nine an outbreak which killed over one hundred and resulted in the culling of more than a million pigs who along with bats and other animals can spread the disease to humans there are some parallels between this virus and bola nipper is one of the eight named by the world health organization as a priority disease that could cause a global epidemic so how concerned should people be about this outbreak in character i asked martin hibbert professor of emerging infectious diseases at the london school of hygiene and tropical medicine how the disease affects people the symptoms start off very mild so you can have through type symptoms but in fact through disease can rapidly move onto a brain infection so careful lighters which can be very severe and often have very severe outcomes how often is it fatal so in the early days we were talking about thirty or forty percents that's early days that's in the early ninety s and that was when he was in malaysia singapore but more recently in india in bangladesh it's been up to eighty or ninety one hundred percent fatal so it's very serious what about this current outbreak in caroline how serious is not all the outbreaks come turn out to be extremely serious we're not quite sure how serious his all very few people in carolina.

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"hibbert" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"hibbert" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Yeah roy hibbert don't do this that's why you do that you roy here without even playing this man plan by the beating skip all i know is been simmons better turn back into ben simmons to night how i need him how about this he did something magic he had more triple dole imagine kate really so in his career he gonna be somewhere over hundred he miami he going to be trying to get on bronco you know the hey do i think lebron's got in the back of his mind i know i can't beat him so i better join them to hold on hold on that's not how we think we demand told you when they ask him about the seeds he's three sixty must've seed watermelon seed if i come to your beautiful game one you uncomfortable like one too what did he say i don't care for eight or one or two or six if i come to building game what not five not six not seven as bad day for me joy guess what y'all do not go back to not one eastern conference final not two not three appro running back with suspended for pd yesterday and we'll discuss that with eric thank running back mark ingram became the latest nfl players suspended for pd use he'll miss the first four games of the season after a career high twelve touchdowns last year and grew mobile to participate in offseason practices nfl network reported he will not participate in any bones offseason workouts until it gets a new contract his agent just released a statement saying quote at the end of the two thousand seventeen season mark ingram tested positive for a substance that was not a performance enhancing substance nor in a legal substance but substance in fact permissible with the proper use exemption with the nfl he is vigorously challenged test results through the arbitrator process we will explore what further options are needed we are joined by eva's one nfl analyst eric dickerson all good morning.

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"hibbert" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"hibbert" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"Within argyle or age group whose myself mike beasley kevin durant ty lawson jeff green tale uh dante cunningham uh roger mason shit a key bogense on who victoria depot damn uh who else from runaway a homeboy mcgruder that play for miamiarea athletic kid um roy hibbert right he from ran away tom an unknown forgetting people right now like other other do i mean we had a nice little uh to come to a nice habit we had gone on on and that's not even counting like our our our counterparts as 45 minutes away from baltimore you know what i'm saying we just talk about the people that grew up like in in like the southern part of maryland in dc you know me so when you guys were coming up who like how good was beasley how good was k d when they were young like did you know they'd like they were like special when kd his perimeter skill started catching up to his ike these always super skinny but when his perimeter skills to as i he was he been a problem for a long time and would have like ends and mike mike was more so he already had like uh because he's a post player firth me a real big feet i use i thirteen wherein fifteen i wanted them type dues in artemis oh he was like a kid i was on a block and his game matured into him you know becoming a a permanent plays as well but he still if you watch him he's still got the postwar game debt probably just something as natural natural form because he grew up plan on the block is the big man gonna go away is it going to be extinct aalto like you play would zach randolph he's like don't look one of the last of a dying breed could literally do all the poche it back to the basket.

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"hibbert" Discussed on O'Reilly Data Show

O'Reilly Data Show

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"hibbert" Discussed on O'Reilly Data Show

"I don't know that the news the burning hibbert is going up from go well they're not going to get clown arena plaza charity try now and just try to put it production they don't you that they won understand are why it what you know we also reduced i think a difference on a contact then will do so and all over it doesn't like they don't it didn't work they were up they have one goal and they how's a budget and they need to figure out what to do with that but that budget you know and as it relates to their job after company and in their companies don't usually operation trying to make money or trying to increase margins for shareholders so everything sure hoard righties company so you house the team's a developers who are just opponent doesn't is like a and so that's a very different i know developers and what you a how you know and say yeah stanford research or what have you i mean also have some assisting machine learning tools in production and their production on fire right and that you know and frankly i don't care where regression i never and you know and and i actually most these tools actually what's really crazy is actually i snow was rules engines yeah so machine running is actually machine running his barely penetrated despite always told adjusting most i don't have a production because they don't it went it up so i think there's so you know i think that ends also this right i think it's still early strap reason option and start throwing early for even machine learning yeah so i think what we're going to so i think what we're you know mean to see is enough of i know often accuracy for some problems specially anything related to be in here that's worst find it considering and that's that's kind of the up to some at all so when you go into an enterprise how much education be have to provided there was a machine learning in general and it learning of our quicker all i mean obviously so there's there's a very short.

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"hibbert" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:33 min | 5 years ago

"hibbert" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Hibbert and knows me about it i'm not going in bringing you the tips and training spend time that's nearly him rumors trainers on how to eight three travel and will venable when you're at the lady will be in his senior year showing the latest and rate as attack that pick though the comfort and that it for a man woman best friend you can learn at them maybe that now we're not some silly and tweak with the bat maybe we around let's talk passing attack count on if any of that like radio people don't come so we're back then with robin bennett he's given us in the navy no idea is on special tier one off classes and ways to generate revenue not necessarily doing your regular programs but additional ways generate revenue whether that's seasonal being now it's the holiday time or any time throughout the year and so we got some great ideas robin how do we need market these highly fill up well that's a whole that's all you know day along enter now that south there's two things i would say that are important one is whoever is the one promoting the course and usually that's the you know there's usually one individually and china thrown our talking to the clients or whatever that person really needs an education in how to sell things and how to market bangs because it's not just as simple as going into six at class you really have to understand how to sell the value to the client not just the class a south and this is i think within the head industry i feel like this is really a weakness where we don't understand how to how to promote stuff in a way that sells the benefit and not just and the value to the clients so in other words i'm not his teaching about how to sit on teaching you how to have a really good slime companion at home that isn't driving increasing there is a huge difference in how those communicate took that para so we need to find those nuances of how to how to do that so that would be one thing the second thing is i feel like the only time we reach out to people is when we wanna salmond something and this his again another area where i feel i can kind industry we can do a better job of communicating in between when we're trying actually sell something to provide that's free content that free information that really helpful infographics our helpful or whatever it is not bombarding them but at least essential a nurturing that relationship because this is all about relation schatz.

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