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"hislop" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

05:57 min | 3 months ago

"hislop" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"At this point, we just don't know if college football is going to be played this fall, or if it's going to be played in the spring if there will be fans in the stands, or if there won't be some conferences, have already said there will be no fall sports such as the Patriot league and the Ivy. League on the West Coast there is a team in San, Diego that if the season takes place, we'll be looking for its seventh consecutive conference title, and we're joined now by its head coach. The head coach at. The University of San Diego Dale Lindsey del. Thank you for being with us. Anytime del, what are your thoughts now? We're speaking on Wednesday afternoon. Your conferences, the pioneer football league There's been a lot of developments in last few days. You built an extremely successful program the course of the last decade. is they're going to be football this fall? You think for your Toreros. Really, know what time it seems to me each and every day we get a little bit farther away from having a season as you mentioned earlier. to leagues, obviously, and while the other schools deciding that they were not going to have football in the fall and I'm. I know we were mentioned in the article. The Pioneer Football League was. I'm I'm looking for when? Somebody some SEC or the ACC big ten says they're not going to do it. That I think everybody will fall in line. I really don't know if it's a good idea. Bad Idea I've been involved in spring football, having coached and. USFL for three years try. You're the defensive coordinator of the generals. What was it eighty eighty, three eighty four when they were playing the New Jersey generals. I started with the Boston breakers and eighty three. I believe it was and. So, there were three years of that then It was good. Football is a little different than that. You start when it's cold and finish went hot. But it was Was Okay and. There are a number of people who. Would Watch football year round. I'd be one up and so I. Don't think it's probably a bad idea. It's just it's just gonNA. Be If it does happen. The calendar will have to be looked at and days left to be changed as far as. Like okay, what do you do? When you have your fault, here's spring can't get ready to play the season. And how much time off or are you going to give these kids? Between the seasons, and are you really going to give them time off the rest of body? That's a big thing. One year with the generals, we had two players. Willie often bobby leopold or just played in the Super Bowl. Supporting dollars and they came to training camp with about two weeks threat. and. He could really see the end of the year. They really dragging. And he's our from our athletes and great players and. So you would have to find a way to get these. Kids rested, so they could go a fall season. If you're playing the sport, we're speaking with Dale Lindsey. He is the head coach at the University of San Diego. which has been the best team in the pioneer football league for the last seven years. He is also the oldest head coach. In Division One football at seventy seven, and I was reading a story that was in the San Diego Union Tribune Dale in the.

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"hislop" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

05:18 min | 3 months ago

"hislop" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"Speaking with Rahab Ritter the leader of the United Nation about the historic news this week that the Washington redskins would be changing their name after years of campaigning from how breeders changed the mascot campaign and others about the inappropriateness abusing a dictionary defined slur as the name of an NFL team. For more on this subject. We welcome our old friend. Friend and colleague, the Longtime National Sports columnist and Co producer of a film in the making about the name situation. The film's name is managing the Indian. We had the CO director on a few weeks ago. Vive Kempner, but now we're joined by one of the producers as well Kevin Blackstone. Kevin thank you for being with us. Rally Kevin this is this. This is a story and is a guy who was worked in Washington in the area for longtime. Who knows it as well as anyone. What was it like to see this news which was broken? I believe Sunday night I think by the Sports Business Journal, and then there was the announcement itself on Monday morning. You know what really the most amazing thing. That weekend, but the most amazing thing to me has been that in the weeks since George Loyd's murder. The the wrecking ball against racial injustice. As knocked down. Monuments to the confederacy. All the way back to Christopher Columbus and in the middle of this. Swung into the nickname of this team and forced corporations to force Dan Snyder to drop it. so it was a little bit. I won't say anticlimactic. When when we when I saw the news and saw the press, the press release just the other day, but the most amazing thing was that this is this is coming to fruition in just a few short weeks is the nation is is grappling with with with reckoning over over racial injustice, speaking with Kevin Blackstone and Kevin. I think I I described Dan Snyder's position earlier in the show when we were speaking. Rahab Ritter as essentially over my dead body. That's what he said for many years. He's owned the team for twenty two years now. Did you think we'd ever see this day? I didn't think we'd ever see it with with him. At the helm because as you said I mean he was so defiant. I mean when I first heard him. Say those words. Seven years ago that that you described when he said you can, when he said he would never change the teams, and you can put it in all caps. He reminded me of George Wallace standing in the schoolhouse door. And so it to me at that particular moment in history, he kinda etched his his his name in in his legacy and stone and you know what it has come down to is he's not being out terrific about this obviously. Being forced at the point of bayonet just George Preston Marshall was to integrate the team..

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"hislop" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

05:42 min | 3 months ago

"hislop" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"Saying in so many words many times over the years I think Mike will wilpon. Put it this way in his essay the other day he would tell anyone with a microphone or a notebook over his dead body. Why did it finally happened now? Well, you know I learned a long time ago. Not to say never say never. But you know we're in the country and one of the beautiful things about our country makes an exceptional countries that it is. We do have a history of evolution and change. We're not frozen in time. We're always learning from the past and I think unfortunately in this day. You know today there, you know. There was a dark day. that back when George Floyd was murdered, and it created such a racial awareness and movement in this country that I think we we sort of fall fell into the wake of that pressure and. While we had been lobbying for years now. The large sponsors Fedex Nike Pepsi target and Walmart. Amazon they really really understood how significant it is to be using a racial slur that dehumanizes and denigrates and the group. American Indians are the only group in America that have these sports teams named after them. And and very often, these organizations don't have any discussions or communication with with the impact group, meaning the native Americans in this particular case, and you know that's so important and but you know the pressure for that economic pressure, a certainly had to make a difference in and push this domino over. But sometimes that's what it takes. Sometimes it takes protests. Sometimes it takes pressure to make things change. George Preston Marshall Won't refuse to integrate his team and had to. Get pressure from the government. Put pressure on him to integrate finally integrate was the last team. Washington was the last team to integrate and so sometimes pressures. What's needed that pressure? They they applied. They said you couldn't play in our stadium. built with a taxpayer dollars from DC less less. You integrate well. That's what's great about this country that yes. We have some poor history in some. Some cases, but we we end up on the right side of history. In case we've done so, and that's needs to happen. And sometimes pressure and protests are protests. Our way of of provoking and making people feel uncomfortable. Making people feel that pressure, and sometimes that's what's necessary for change to take place in. We're speaking with Rahab. Ritter he is the leader of the United. Nation and For the change the Mascot Campaign What is your work now? What is your mission?.

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How Chelsea will line up vs Arsenal

ESPN FC

06:19 min | 9 months ago

How Chelsea will line up vs Arsenal

"Program affirming league matches over the next seventy two hours. Big Tomorrow Chelsea against also at Stamford Bridge. We focus on Chelsea because it really me has been quite a roller coaster. Franklin pod side over the last few weeks they just can't get any sort of consistency going. Frank Leboeuf let's start with view is a former Chelsea man. How concerned are you with that form of late? I'm not too much concern about the fact that Chelsea he has no consistency Because of what happened last summer the fight it couldn't get any a new player. Franklin pod with a young coach as many young players in the squad. And and of course you're going to find an experience in that in that matter and for me just normal to see after Boxing Day player need to digest the fact that they are to play too many. I need to many games in the short show. Timing so I'm not surprised. A little bit frustrated sometimes especially against Newcastle. They saw the game. And then you say Oh my God. Yeah Yeah they should have done better. Of course he can do better every time better but Nobody could have bet jussie could have been do know fourth Even in January five months ahead of bunches to united and some other clubs. So it's not that bad but consider that you have what joining you you can t willion as very experienced top world players. Otherwise very young gems mount police each Arab labral Doi and some and some other. So it's just normal to suggest strugging little bits at some point but but I think it's stealing from me a positive season and a good season from Franklin pollen the players. Well it depends. I suppose on how it all ends. Isn't it because as much as he's gone gone in good grace considering the start of the season. You're in a position now. Where Really Champions League has to be your goal considering as well? Let's go number on the uniting right and Spurs and also Latin mass which you talked about before you wouldn't talk four. I understand he's done well. But Cohen you need to get over the line. Yeah absolutely it's good to be an optimistic and rightly so but at the same time I think frank of all the manages a thing he'll be the straight one listen asking we're going to need it. A complete rebuild united as we said a way off and I think frank will be frustrated because the losses at the bridge the losses against West Ham Southampton bomber loss loss against Newcastle last week. It's Jones Park. This team could be sitting in second they could be well. Clear and nailed on fought for so frank will probably be for straight because Frank Atlanta's John about it'd be frustrated because you'll be looking what's behind him and it'd be thinking if inconsistent and all of a sudden if spurs or United Wolves can really really good run together we might be then endanger missing out on top four so that will be a real concern. I do happen to find some against at home so a little bit of a contradiction I know but awesome in great form under medical arts. Only one winning five. They look very flaky leaking goals of fun and I think this might be the ideal game for Chelsea. The last thing they would've would've needed was a was a tricky tie against someone that's going to sit in and that's why they've struggled. I need more goals from areas so I think this type again going to come at them actually might suit Chelsea going frank quickly. Yeah just one. To two done of course is frustrating and of course Franklin Paul can be an could have been better but again you know when when you see when we talked we can talk about mentioned saination and we did a lot of time in every shows that we do when you see us and as you said you know. Shrugging you can wonder you know if it's not something positive. Don't forget that Chelsea is still in the Champions League so it means a lot you know with the young and experienced players achieving. What Franken Capote's doing right now is something for me and I think we try to de mean what is doing and what the players doing? And we can't have too much into to team who does well overall doesn't know what is the biggest level. Yeah I think I agree the same time. When you look at the squad's that are going for the top? Four take take months in Liverpool at the equation Chelsea of the best squad. Another young still got in my opinion. The best squad at of all the big teams trying to get in the top four in you mentioned the goalkeeper who's not ungrateful got good defenders. James is a very promising play until you ruediger. That is one of the Best Senator Offs in my opinion the League. Then you go into midfield and we talk about Canton Coverage Georgina. They've got the talent in our no. Franks looking for someone. That's going to score them. Goals Dell's because Williams hasn't got too many to shine. That put a sixteen injured but the looking for more from Hudson adopt more from Pedro who hasn't started to many games so anno- is quite happy with is the front man that he's GonNa bring crust strike or of course but I know that he's looking from goals in a wide area pre in the studio call him Lampert. BFF Traffic Birth Frank. They were talking about we. We've gone too much time. Well I don't Care Chelsea we'll just stay on whether we can move the break then whether we sit here and talk show scar till the coast. Come home until I know the different because the transfer of Baden Lost Eden is odd. But Let let's. It's not cry about all that stuff. We're talking Solska with heads injuries and has job frontline. Pop cannot escape scrutiny. If Chelsea I self destruct and overtaken by this horrible united site or will or maybe even taught them lit run so he can't. We cannot judge and sit here even save source guys not necessarily as a Frank Lampard. Doesn't get them into four from the position. Then I'm afraid and he's going to have to come his way who wins tomorrow. Chelsea Elsie to catch up with more HISLOP's fascinating musings. You can catch all day podcast which is available on the website. Plenty of bonus material there as well

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"hislop" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

This Podcast Will Kill You

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"hislop" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"Right. I decided that I was gonna have to drink the bacteria myself. I thought I would just be having no symptoms for a few years after which I would have an ulcer and then Hallelujah. It'd be proven actually, I was very shy about this experiment. I didn't tell anyone not even my wife or Robin until afterwards. I asked my boss in gastroenterology Ian Hislop to do an industry for me, one day as he put the scope down me. He was saying berry, I'm not gonna ask why I'm doing this. And from around the tubing gritted out, just take the biopsy. So he took some biopsies from me and they were all clear Novak Titu, then I infected myself with bacteria that I'd cultured from a patient who did not actually have Alzheimer's, just indigestion and gastritis. I was able to radically his infection with some antibiotics. So Alrighty, I knew that I could if necessary take a treatment, which worked on this bug. I had some safety features built in I thought I drink the bacteria and. I, I was okay. But instead of being perfectly well, and having a silent infection after about five days, I started having vomiting attacks typically at dawn, I would wake up run to the toilet and vomit. And it was a clear liquid as, if you had drunk pint of water regurgitated, it straight back, not only that there was no acid in it. I remembered from my medical student days that if you have a meal where you drink so much beer that it's coming back up straightaway. It doesn't have any acid in it. I knew there was something unusual about vomiting and not having acid. And this is just one experiment on yourself. And you say, am I imagining this until I had another biopsy? I couldn't know for certain that I had the bacteria finally after ten days, I had the biopsy had another endoscopy and the bacteria were everywhere, in the lining of my stomach. There were absolute millions of the white cells that we call plus cells polymorphic, there was no acid being produced by my stomach. I was very uncomfortable without indus-, copy gagging and throwing up, but I'd proven that the bacteria could infect a healthy person. And cause guests rightous I'd proven Robbins disease. Really good on. I love that one. The words from the man himself air Marshall. So that was from an interview conducted by Dr Norman swan in two thousand eight for the Australian academy of science. Sarah didn't read it in an Australian accent. I'm not everyone will forgive you. They'll be thankful.

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

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

04:08 min | 1 year ago

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

"I don't want to you know, smooth over it. I wanna be there present with it. And I don't find with you don't want to fight with you anymore. You know, and and the depression, we just had a podcast at a lot of people responded to about depression. How were you able to get yourself out of it was it just getting leaving the depression was a byproduct of coming clean and an accepting yourself as you are later on. Yes. But I mean when I was deep in a it took me a while. But finally friends side to notice, and I guess I'd isolated myself for them for months and months, and I was good at I cannot be happy seeming. I was actually going them such Terry. That's that's the sign that doesn't like to settle down. That's you know, that's the charmer. So I, but then one of my best friends who the one that came out to. I it got to a point where I I was wanting to cause myself because I just was like I every day is hot to wake up because I know that it's going to be hot it to hide my sexuality. And I just hate just hated myself. I did. Yeah. And then and then eventually he was like we have to find you some you have to you need medical help. Like you need help. Yeah. I was and so I end up seeing psychiatrist and even then like to come out to the psychiatrist in the beginning of that. Yeah. But he was the best. He he used my passion to help me. So I was basically saying, oh, I wanna be this in my career, and I'll never get that because of this. And he was like, oh, well, if you really wanna be conic if you really want to make changes in the world like you're going to have to be yourself. Here's like you're never going to create something magical futures repressing it all the time. Oh, my guy love this therapists, that wasn't a man or woman, man. I love this, man. He smart. That's smart. Yeah. I think I think I was supposed to meet him of Hislop in like he I walked away from that like with hope, and I just didn't think that existed, but I was doing sessions for months, and then eventually like they went every week there every like one month once a month, and I talked to him every six months on Skype. Wow. Well, I'm so glad that you found the help that you need it. And you could be with us today because you are so lovely, and can you I can't bring. Here's is to think that something so beautiful, and so lovely would not be here sharing this with us. You found exactly what you needed to here. And you're sharing it with the world that is fabulous. That's your gift to the world. Is you following your bliss and being the beautiful soul that you are? And use telling that story is helping so many people who are listening to this right now. Because as simple as it sounds as simple as it sounds. It's it's sometimes it's the hardest thing to come to realize. So that the therapists we're going to say it again. But there percent how can you make magic to? How me say it again. How can you make magic if you're repressing it? Yeah. Right. Let it chain. Let China well Keenan Lonsdale. I love your kid or we're going to go out there. And we're going to see us a show we go see some drag we go see drastically genome s. Julia. They love some drag clean they love. They will marry him. Mm. They. Well, we thank you so much for joining us and sharing your story. We're gonna keep an eye out for you and Prouty we're so proud of that with it's not easy, and the idea of sort of the death and the resurrection is so important in life. So don't be afraid of that sort of the death of the old self and the resurrection the sort of rebirth this game born again, it is, you know, the Jesus people have this is the gate sorry. This is the gay born. That's what and it's so important, and it's important to not be afraid of it. Love your kiddo..

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"hislop" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio

Spark from CBC Radio

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"hislop" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio

"Mortgages, and what they do is they color code the city and. Green and yellow and red and the red areas would be coded as hazardous those are typically the areas where black folks live and those were the areas where no investments would be allowed no loans of guaranteed. This is Chris Gilead. Chris has a PHD in rhetoric and composition and teaches at McComb community college in Michigan in the US redlining became illegal in nineteen sixty eight. But according to Chris looking at the historical US homeowners loan corporation maps shows the legacy of red lining. If you're familiar with the city, and you look at the H L C map from the nineteen thirties. You can see some real parallels between what's going on in the city now, and what that map look like then Chris uses the idea of red lining as a powerful metaphor to talk about the way class divisions and discrimination are fostered by the kinds of decisions we make about tech the often hidden policy. As investment decisions and design choices that create what he calls digital redlining. When there are technology decisions or practices or policies that disproportionately affect people Cording to racer class, and that covers a lot of different ground Hislop. So in the case of Facebook, and I should know that Facebook says they don't do this anymore. Okay. Very particular about that language up until very recently. If someone wanted to place the ad for an apartment or house on Facebook. They could target people according to or exclude people, according to what Facebook called ethnic affinity Facebook doesn't allow people to identify themselves through their. But on the back end Facebook has what they call an ethnic affinity, which is the ethnic group. They threw their code. They think you identify with. So if someone were be selling hair care product. Right. They might want to target people who identify as ethnically black. Right. But if they were selling an apartment or selling a house or renting an apartment, they can or could target people and say, I don't want anyone who has the ethnic affinity of black. So you don't know what you're not seeing. Right. So if you use Facebook, and you're not seeing an ad for a house for sale. You don't know that it's much different than if a Soham put in front of the house on the signs, they know blacks need apply or something like that since much more insidious in that way. And so as you say Facebook says it's not doing this any longer. But if we take that as an example, it's essentially doing algorithm cly, what would be illegal to be doing conventionally, or if we're sort of a human policy is that right precisely and because of the way the law's work in the states, which says that. Platforms are not responsible for the material that they host. So Facebook has not really been legally challenged or held responsible. Anyway, you know, if someone did this in a newspaper, for instance, or again, if they if they put in their shop or in front of their house, if they did this is definitely a violation of federal law. You've also the pass given the example of Amazon and their same day delivery service. Can you tell me about that? So Amazon has algorithms to.

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"hislop" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

06:04 min | 2 years ago

"hislop" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Of the objects in the exhibition wouldn't have even been allowed on display for much of the twentieth century because they were considered to read Tom tell. Me about this rather read looking yes esoteric. Rosser Royal lamp. It's Roman first century AD? It shows a female of having intercourse with a crocodile it's thought to be. A caricature of Cleopatra Egypt's last. Fair can you just introduce yourself I'm Richard Bruce Parkinson and I am the professor of Egyptology at Oxford. University I'm Richard once upon a time this object might not have been allowed to have been. On display net indeed would have been hidden. Away it would have been hidden in what, was, called the secreto the secret museum. Within the museum and that was really setup around eighteen fifty it seems to be a sequence of cupboards. Hey, was allowed, to access the secreta it seems as he was really only gentlemen of a certain social standing of mature years and sound models nowadays of course this sort of material is Out on public display so the museum has changed. Utterly, in the, way it handles the palace Good to hear On that, note the city, the city, exhibition I object Ian Hislop, search for dissent opens at the British Museum on the sixth of, September ends radio four series about the exhibition starts. On the twenty eighth of August on to say Mr. Hislop is with us. In the studio. Hello do morning With an the fire we. Are well ahead of the nine pm watershed a little bit about this exhibition. And the reasoning The you why you decided. That this issue of dissent was so important so important that it needed a whole exhibition to it Yes well the previous director British Museum Neil McGregor Offered. Me a chance student, expedition and it. Would play this is my idea, but it wasn't it was his and he said the British Museum tends to be a huge. Celebration of the, victims of the, voice of, authority it's their, statues it's. Their jewelry their shields all their need? Dissenting voices would, you, like to have a look. And I said yes that's a pretty good offer so I've spent on an off a couple of years going through the British Museum's extraordinary collection with the help of the curator's people who obviously, know their period and? And their geographical area saying what have you got, and, I was very worried that they. Would say well w ticketless there, was no dissent, if you descended you got killed there is nothing but actually there's a fabulous amount of it right? Through what kind of objects did? You, come across what would the real kind of wow I didn't. Know, that. Beyond, the crocodile in, over the huddle yes What I love is just the, the, range of it I'm I think. The first object in is a, Babylonian brick fantastic, it's a brick which was used to build Royal palaces and the king said my name must be? On all them Nebuchadnezzar stamped right? In, the middle and over the top a brickmaker just scrolled his? Name And. He's just thought. I imagine he showed it to his, mates she said could I've, done, I, put this on the top and then he's put in the wall and then. He thought I'm safe thousands of years hold down his. The British Museum's got it and Sabina it's the first well, no. Arm is important as you are here we go so, that's the first the, first exhibit and we've got everything rugs. Teapots pussy how we got Chinese yellow umbrella from the, modern collection silk prints, from China You name it amazingly the, theme seems to be that throughout the ages. Whatever the, odds people will? Take the risk and create something that says no I don't think so. Do you think that is changing we there's a. Lot of talk about descent now. About what. You can, and cannot say. In, certain situations have we have we lost. The art of. Understanding the important role of of satire, and and frankly mickey-taking well, I, hope, not I think the thing about the exhibition is it's a good reminder that You are. Permitted great freedoms in certain times and certain places but generally you're not This is true, now as it was in the past so there are lots of people making very very subtle protests because they have to otherwise the date and there people making these extraordinary. Hiding in plain sight, protests where basically they use an, everyday object all the costume they're wearing to say I am making statement about myself but I'm being fairly. Careful about it so that you can't pin it in this world, of social media would you be able to do the same things the same jokes the same rudeness that would you? Be, loud too now you just be called, out when you be troll to oblivion well I mean the the great thing about I mean. There we've got a few examples in their. Of contemporary items that Materialized descent in a way that social media conches tends to come and it goes. It's like discussion all literally conversation the creative disobedience involved in making, an object or changing an object requires a real effort and you gotta have a real commitment to do it if? You're, gonna make a rug that's beautifully inlaid, and you think that's a nice geometric pattern and then you realize it's tanks During the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan and you think that's fantastic I mean, these are brilliant, objects, which require. A real effort and when you see them you're stunned in a way you want just, by the age of subtlety is not that Mr. has. His lock thank you very much for joining us now is help is eight and rob is here with the sports he's wrong Well I wonder if you've. Ever wondered what an England batting collapsed sounded like you need to.

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"hislop" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"hislop" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"To dominate is what i am exactly right by the way your weekends about to get better by the way shocking hislop is with us from espn fc analysts we'll get to him breakthrough in a minute but mike you know how you always complain when stands and company around the clock against what's trending someone has called in and let's just say their team goal are you guys i'm with you birds supposed to be there you go there you go there you go what am i going to do they're going to play with they wanna play back i'll just ignore they have their buttons yes you do and that's the way we'll do it again shock is with us first of all shock before we get into a deep dive we'll do that in just a second are you pleased with the final we have in the world cup yeah i am i mean i'm sure others whatever night to see some of the other big world powers and that would be but i think you can find them because you deserve it and if you want this because you don't and coaition and and france have been the best teams in india tournament they've they've shown that consistently and so yes i have absolutely no complete all right well either adulation so happy for you golick turning yourself on your gets your mother unbelievable can't let you do that anymore without calling you we'll get the shocking let's get to what's trending and mike i know we've been all waiting for this we have breath but finally former giants head coach ben mcadoo has broken his silence says he was fired with four games left last season in an interview with the new york post he says he likes the direction the giants are going i love this line i think they've made a lot of the moves i wanted to make oh really he does go on and say i think convenience he says i think they're going to win the division i think philly how much success is philly had i think they're going to have a hard time handling success dallas i like the old line but how have how long have we been saying that their defense they got a bunch of young guys playing db sean lee is banged up and their de line they got a bunch of guys that get in trouble all the time and washington is washington right so there we have it from ben mcadoo he thinks washington are the giants can win the division and he said they've made a lot of moves that he wanted to make sure that's easy to say police almost like hey guys i'm over here don't forget about me yeah they'll looking to find the next gig figure it out that's a little rough exactly i do like the moves the giants have made i do as well i like their draft pick and hernandez i like to pick a soldier barkley we'll see the defense two years ago they lived up to what they brought in last year not so much so let's see where they are the a lot of that was because they were on the field too long because the offense couldn't get any and they had a little you know some some butting of heads amongst our own players outfield and the locker room back last year was a little splinter i don't think there was one guy that started that wasn't penalized in some way shape or form by the team whether it was a fine or suspension speaking of petty the hall of fame is in an interesting situation mike tara loans as we all know is the first living inductee to not go to the enshrinement ceremony he's going to do it saturday afternoon before the enshrinement ceremony at the university of tennessee chattanooga where he says he had the best years of his life and in an interview hall of fame executive director joe horrigan told the talk of fame sports network that while owens picture will be out there and his bus will be recognized it'll be mentioned with the name of the class the focus quote is on.

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"hislop" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"hislop" Discussed on WEEI

"Sixty again call from fox sports the french earn a to nothing win over uruguay to reach the semis for the third time since winning the cup in nineteen ninety eight espn fc shock a hislop surprised at this result this i win i thought uruguay who've been outstanding defensively and france at times just seem disorganized but then if you look at if you only show that's ninety minutes or work of long thought the exact opposite amazingly for me gutierrez and gordon seemed like they never met each other before i can't very critical i have to say france were simply outstanding violated friends that we can call favorites enderle uncharacteristic of of this defense that you've not seen all tournament and i certainly did not expect i'm not ultimately what was the difference between the two never mind what we've seen or come to expect in tim to france and being disorganized and on a times having having huge gaps none that was evidenced uruguay on the other hand who set their store load on how phone dacian of a good defensive unit now without as cavani yesterday mr who lot but didn't expect them to defend this badly result did they go crashing undeservedly so the baseball and the games best on display on friday the pitch there's a high fly to left center field day back at goes for the wall almost never the waterfall leading off if ballgame home on hundred eighty seven red sox one nothing lead off last movie that would be his fifth leadoff homerun this season he's having himself a season ninety.

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"hislop" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"hislop" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Hey guys on welcome into our espn fcc deals for a fresh saturday edition of our show alexis is here with alejandro moreno and shekar hislop now if you thought that the royal wedding was all the hype today while you obviously aren't a football fan because it was all about the fa cup final at wembley between chelsea and then chester united i think everyone that wasn't at the royal wedding was pretty much at wembley because that is the cub that was on the line both teams wanting eight four one reason or another hoping to finish with some silverware lots of is on tonia controversies he would kiss and make up with josie marino ten minute now and hazard on the attack we know he can be deadly but debbie the hair saves the day that you expect the head to make one b one situation with even has done to let phil jones phil jones backtracking can't quite make up the difference but the hair comes up with the safe four minutes later now there were a couple of penalty shouts in this one should this have been penalty in my mind yes the minded monitor's arm but the you're you're just clipped his leg kicks it into his own leg and he goes over could quite easily have been given twenty first minute now we have another penalty shouts gentlemen yes or no one hundred percent penalty phil jones gets himself in a bad position that position does not play well the angle of the pass by five guys comes in laid comes across in red well it's not not a red but it is a penalty and in has no problem no problem indeed for the big belgian or the belgian chelsea take a one nil lead in this one.

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"hislop" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"hislop" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"The story basically became known that cohen arranged this payment to stormy so that she wouldn't tell her story about an affair with trump so i guess she decided well now i i would like to come and tell my story to now that this is a big matter of public discussion and i blush i mean this didn't necessarily seem like that big of a deal yeah right like you know maybe she's going to remove she won't like it's it's an interesting story right like the president the united states is elicit affair with a points to our that he paid money to cover up like it's you know we don't have to be like to holier than thou about it but also not like earth shattering stuff right like if you had told me two years ago donald trump wants had a short affair with appoint star and also paid her some money to go away and not talk about it i wouldn't have been like oh my god ride like my my mind is blown right i mean any other president of hislop asli it would be it would be quite bore shocking story but this happens in october which is to say it happens like after we already know that the president was caught on a hot mic talking about grabbing people by the plus lake wreck but there was a thread of a legal question yes about this which blends it a certain extra something so the question is whether the one hundred thirty thousand dollars from cohen should have been declared as a campaign expense because this is about a week and a half before the twenty sixteen election donald trump is a major presidential candidate and we have a system of campaign finance law in the united states where if you are spending money to to to promote a political candidate federal candidates prospects you're supposed to declare it you're supposed to you know if you're spending it as outside money you're you're supposed to set up a super pac or whatever and report it to the f e c or you're you're supposed to actually donate it to the candidate himself.

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"hislop" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"hislop" Discussed on ESPN FC

"And so is there mental aspect to this as well getting some of that swagger back that they clearly lost at anfield no better way than winning i don't think so you don't get through a season the way they have so far play it in the way they have scored on two goals making tunities and the the individual performances that they've had and the team put everything they've done this season almost has been fantastic so you know they know there's going to be setbacks but it's not going to enough to denver confidence no way to very interesting dhabi's and the whole situation around into look to the premier league when we return one more piece of business for you who moved up who moved down and shake hislop's powell ranks it's a normal day you're rushing out the door to get to work on time when suddenly there it is the dreaded service light so what does it this time tire pressure low coolant time for an oil change who when it comes to service lights head to jiffy lube we've got you covered drive in today and make the switch to pennzoil ask for pennzoil synthetics getting you back on the road and jiffy jiffy lube leave worry behind finally don't to show what changes shack if you've got about fifteen seconds apparently to talk about your parent right shoulder need this no arguments with this week's rock told city the big losers for very of this reasons liverpool up by it up.

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"hislop" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"hislop" Discussed on WEEI

"And eagles will play in super bowl fifty two hello jim i have perfect analogy choline you've got big brother and low brought around the back little brother keeps houghton big brother adel all of a sudden big brother smacked fullbrother brother and the mom and dad or she's gonna rely on what's going on since his debut this white uh into it with garang they're done about five pouncer appearances calls on the guy's covering bronx and general offensive posture interferences before you know a guy would you hanging all over brocton whatever in that should have done pass interference on that play where he tipped the guy he's shove hit the guy but there is a picked off seeing was frustrating but now big brother hislop's and now everybody's watch what's going on with big brother and little brother jim i liked days through still the analogy here you also you can go that well how about i can i can went up thinks we called you but the the the patriots the last five games last five games for the patriots beginning with the pittsburgh in that was the the phantom touchdown remember late for pittsburgh by jesse james that was not a touchdown look like a touchdown but it was not a touchdown in the last five including that game in week fifteen the patriots yummy penalties they picked up the last five games you gotta just throw number what do you think a an a reasonable bout of penalties would be in five games an average were four three or four penalties a game something like that in my writing in that ballpark maybe i'm going to high on this the patriots have picked up a total of thirteen penalties the last five games they played thirteen including one penalty in the afc championship game against jacksonville so whether it's big brother bill bella check bringing the belt and just slap and guys arousing knock it off thirteen penalties and last five games and.

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"hislop" Discussed on We Paid To See This

We Paid To See This

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"hislop" Discussed on We Paid To See This

"Yes i saw this gino what i got to say i love to eat our member at the time it got some pretty bad reviews and at the time i liked it because i don't know how old i was but you know i loved the idea of peter pan but i was too young to really never really sort peter pan than i connected to uneducated aim way that's why this is my favorite peter pan movie yet and i just an you know obviously now with robin williams it takes on a different tone because you watch it with this saw in an notion that wow this is this man than ever garoppolo him he was he literally never girl while he did but the i loved it i thought i mean apart from it's funny all of that era of spielberg films this shot through this really dreamy cheesy it looks like steel magnolia's all the sutphin real in the real world quote unquote rear world is just really softfocus weird muted bleached out colors and everything looks like a an ad for antidepressants it's strange gwyneth paltrow is in the film which has figured about majid yet maggie smith plays wet airways wonderful yellow second an ad for severe to moderate rate author artists 'flexi or whatever phil collins shows up at the beginning their badly fills hislop alive i'm a gulf in the police and i'm coming to investigate this crime in it i love i used to love hook i still love hotel watch a dustin hoffman perform and right is it is like a fellow it is like shakespearean it is served fucking good.

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"hislop" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"hislop" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A business opportunity here so the leadership of these places are people that really have no idea how to treat people that are suffering from this disease michael hislop work with men named daniel clegg who read about in may what does he too well this is a this is a good example he uh he is a person who um in in you will tell you this um spent you know half of his adult life prison uh four mostly drug related crimes but some more um violent crimes and um he has become a big operator of rehabilitation facilities here in massachusetts he has about one hundred total uh and the people to open them and get them license despite you know a a long criminal record uh despite having no background or training uh in in treating people in in need of help uh in in having no education in this area and he's also patients brokering the become very wealthy his result of his work yeah i mean he he drives a around in a very expensive um mercedesbenz c um you know he has a boat that to nice both of you likes pictures of self any you know so we sitting in prime seats at sporting events and sort of from flashy about as well uh which rubs a lot of people in the treatment community the wrong way but again you know here's somebody with no training know expertise who have very quickly merit matt a couple of years has become a major operator of treatment centres in massachusetts in somebody who was also engaged in patient brokering facilities in florida has been any response from law enforcement to your articles because as i say this involves a number of sei's not all the states but quite a few illegal activity everywhere in the united states yeah i think that's true i mean we don't know of the there's been no formal response um you know uh attorney general jeff sessions had a press conference last week to announce a number of uh arrests related to um addiction treatment fraud um you know a number of.

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"hislop" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"hislop" Discussed on talkRADIO

"House in the king thorough markets wet haas of the attacks place places still claims that is expected to open seen sarid tostes donald hislop sense that trying to get back to normal as quickly as possible we've got people that there the road repairing damage as it was for sentencing to houses and other parts of the market cleaning painting people getting their style can their physicist back together so we are now living as fast time to get back to giving back the markets along this woman's being questioned on suspicion of mad altree man was hit by a tram in manchester persists the cool tv torius station yesterday evening showers spending less on the high strafe the fast time in need the full yes consumer spending has fallen no point eight percent that online petchey says are up by six point nine percent since last may and hammond has apologized to his family speaking of the fast time off to his top crashing switzerland dispose call the tv presenter of his driving flipside then destined to flames but he skates miraculously with just a france hit me in a video message he's toll fancies preparing for surgery checking he will hopefully have a swiss army me by the end of today which is why i mentioned earlier in the band kill standing by to this for some enough pay to understand his three hundred police here today he will evil done that we overlaid with the jews have jiang's but as a special guest on the show today for understandable reasons i smuggling gene into his mighty hospital he's decided not to table getting by the end of the week the hope the weather wet and windy across northwest scotland miceli dr bryce outside with just the chance at a key scattered showers to thanks high eighteenth thank you very much like.

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"hislop" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"hislop" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"Oh i do definitely the rats every i think i think how does movie should've end it because everyone had their happy moment you know what i'm saying i think everyone had to heavy moments wedding when it cut to the rock seeing the rock could away home and have been talking to somebody nothing you know you see like his bahhare why do name brand right bret also has on a metre hawaiian shirt because you know the rock or does big shirts but which really realize is that bread john singer sunday's to pick it up in the kitchen making scrambled eggs together bright and it like the rock is making those issues like don't worry i gas you but instead of just take an exit from behind route and wraps his hands around the wrong 'cause we all know is it actually john senior civil case john seena all right and all of a sudden john established people ibn held every now and then so he he takes them in and hose i'm a little bit and he starts scrambling to exit get the scrambling eggs this you know throughout those little bit assault on those eggs and he'll so i see that these one egg they're like moment is is great as you know the raptors rail because the still while kazys safe right and he peers energizing this is any goes can you smale admits his cooking and there's no michiko's i can't see he beale air brace and they make passionate love right deal on the floor okay but the thing you know all of us an as the olympic can it's happened because as baywatch that night is how has to go down like you realize the hislop back door still open.

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