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"howard j. ross" Discussed on The Woody Show

The Woody Show

06:06 min | 6 d ago

"howard j. ross" Discussed on The Woody Show

"Hadn't heard yet but it is. What shelby right now on the radar latest in entertainment sports as far as rabies concern here. So there's a billie eilish documentary coming to apple tv. Plus at the end of february and the director are jay cutler. He was given an interview about it. So if you know anything about billy you know. Her favourite show is cameron. The office for favorite shows the office. And if you've never seen it go to youtube and search out rainn wilson quizzes billie eilish on office trivia. She's really good so she definitely knows the show and so cutler was talking about when he was invited to go meet with her and her team about this documentary and she straight up told him she wanted to be like the office and she didn't he didn't quite get it. I like but then he spent more time with her and watch some episodes of the office in it all came together for him that she wanted to make some connection with the camera. Like think about all those little slide looks that the office members would just look straight into the camera specifically john krasinski jim. So that's the kind of thing she was going for. Cutler says it doesn't take over this documentary. But they're like two or three key moments where she connects with the camera. And that way it's called billie eilish the world's a little blurry and it comes up february twenty sixth on apple. Tv plus blink. She was paid five million dollars way. Not bad god. This is bad the tonight show. They just posted their lowest ratings. Ever happened on monday nights. Why would that happen because it's awesome They didn't even get a million viewers on monday night. Nine hundred forty seven thousand viewers. That is an all time. Low in the show's entire history I guess nbc's not to concern though. They just re upped with fallon in november. And it's been going this way. So yea money well-spent. Nbc washed shows anymore. Well monday nights. Late show with stephen colbert. Had over two million viewers and jimmy kimmel live had one point six seven million viewers so nine hundred and forty seven thousand. Looks real bad here about anything. New with fallon i mean i see them posting all kinds of new stuff on youtube. But it's all like singing games in. It's all just him by himself in the studio orange. I dunno not martha stewart posted a video the other day of getting a co vaccine with the caption. She said she was grateful to the medical staff who are quoted waiting through the red tape and confusion of the distribution of these. Very important vaccines will. Of course there were a lot of comments on her. social saying. Must be nice to buy your way into a vaccine. Will she commented. She got no special treatment and said to allay your concerns. That i jump the line know that i am in the approved age group for this backs this batch of vaccines and i waited in line with the others is not wrong. Martha stewart is seventy nine years. She's she's absolutely approved. Must be nice to get vaccinated now for some reason. Men is just brought up this dude former. Nfl wide receiver. Chad johnson aka ocho cinco aka never won a championship in his pro career. We're talking about. We're talking about him because we're talking about celebrations in the end zone. Okay and he was known for the. I couldn't remember why he came up. Yeah he was an iron man though. He never really had any serious injuries in his pro career for a wide receiver. That's pretty good. And he was on his video. Call with former players. Fred taylor and brandon marshall and he said the reason he wasn't injured very much is because of how much mcdonald's while he was playing he said it quote built a callous in my body and he also said if you ain't all the healthy ish and someone banged your body. Your body couldn't take it because i wasn't calloused up from mcdonald's scientists. He's also kind of a known obsessive where it comes to mcdonald's like he's talked about it a lot in the past and then he went on to say people at home eat whatever the f you wanna eat. The body has to build up a callous. You eat all this healthy stuff in. you sterilize. Everything would he's been saying when ish happens to you your immune system can't fight it off just live man. All this science is what's killing everybody. Woody remember when i brought him up rayvey claimed and not know who he was at all. When i saw this article. Then i was like. Oh yeah that guy. But i mean completely forgotten. All bounded completely out of her mind. That's when you never win anything in your entire pro career. Why would i commit you memory. henry winkler. He was on a podcast recently. And boy did he really makes them reveals he said. Hollywood friendships are actually pretty shallow. No way no. I thought they were deep and true blue. He's said industry friendships are based on need. A need of each other and he gave an example of two executives who were best friends for years until circumstances changed and they no longer needed anything from each other thus the friendship and i mean so revealing but He did say he has made some very real friendships in the business. Tom hanks right people. Hey it's tom hanks. With people like ron howard marion ross. From happy days. Adam sandler the waterboy is what they worked on together and from arrested development. He is legit friends with jason bateman. His phone number and everything you can probably call.

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"howard j. ross" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

03:06 min | Last month

"howard j. ross" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Extend place because it's because of the speed and what he could do. So what I expect I don't think any of us know what to expect. But people expect too much that all sudden things they're going to turn around. Egos haven't scored more than 17 points and I don't know how many games They've got to do better than that. But looking at the game, it's just I think they've got to hope that New Orleans kind of looks past this game and looks through this game. To their game next week against Kansas City. A Z Europa's It's a look over for the upon. I get it, but, yeah, right S o Doug Peterson earlier this week. Was talking about the challenges that hurts faces, and I want to play a cut because This. This one interested me? Go ahead. In order to get him success, right? You've gotta you've gotta attempt and tried Tost abl ish a little bit of the run game that that helps. And then he could be. He could be a part of that, I think and Just just go out and Maybe try to find some some easy completions, right? The quick game or a screen here and they're something that can just kind of get him get him into the flow of the game. Right. Like I'm gonna go you first. Then Howard and Ross You got to establish the run game early. Where's that been for the last 12 weeks? Yeah. I mean, it looks like they tried to do it against Cleveland until Mao Sanders fumbled and and then it sort of abandoned it. Very close the door right there. Yeah, abandoned in after that, And then we We've seen the last couple of games where I think Miles had nine total Russia's against Seattle. Last week. I think he may have had nine or 11 He guy of Mouse Sanders caliber only averaging 11 carries per game. Um Is almost criminal. Quite frankly, I mean, you got to do a better job. He's one of your best weapons on offense. He should be a bigger part of the offense. And that doesn't mean just To run the ball to win. But it's more of a balance is more of a get. The quarterback in rhythm is more of allowing your office of line to sort of play, leaning forward as opposed of retreating and always being on the end of having to protect in the passing game. You got a good running back? You got a couple good running backs, but certainly in mouth, Sanders. You should want him to be a bigger part of the offense. And I think with Jalen hurts today, they're gonna have the opportunity to do it even more because having as a dual threat in my mind as a Russian attack, Jalen hurts. I'd be surprised if he doesn't have it least. 12 rushes today at least, well, probably somewhere around 12 15. Jalen hurts, But Howard, and he's also referring Howard Smile Sanders there who has really been kind of forgotten guy in the offense this year. Hurt at times this year, so that's been part of that. That's been part of the problem They tried. I was at last week or the week before is like just said they ran early. But if you're the if you're the opposition Wouldn't you want to just stack the box with the way Carson's playing and.

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"howard j. ross" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

02:06 min | 3 months ago

"howard j. ross" Discussed on A New Direction

"The show Howard is called a new Direction cuz we tried to help people find a new Direction in their life or their career in the business. And if you need to give people a new Direction based on your work here in everyday bias, what would be that new direction from Howard J Ross? It would be reach out to somebody who's different from you and asked him if you could have a conversation just to understand each other without changing points of view. Maybe it's somebody different racially. Maybe it's summer, you know, maybe it's a A co-worker who's of another gender. Maybe it's somebody with different political orientation, you know reach out and say hey look, you know, I know we have differences. What I'd love to do is just try to understand those differences and and just listen to each other and what you'll begin to find is you realize that underneath these things that we separate ourselves from is a common Humanity. We're all trying to you know, feel better about ourselves every day. We're trying to you know, achieve happiness and avoid paying we want our kids to grow up safe. You know, it's just you know, I I think I share an area. I read the transcripts of the Camp David Accords when Jimmy Carter brought together Menachem begin and Anwar Sadat and and they struggled as they tried to deal with these issues that the Israelis and Egyptians said that was for all these years. And then he asked something about both of them. He said well, what's the world you would like for your grandchildren? And that was the key that was for broke it open because when they both started sharing what they wanted for their grandchildren, they legalize the data common vision for the future and that's what we all have. And so if we get underneath all that other BS and really get down to our Humanity, we have an opportunity to find each other. His name's Howard J Ross and he has been a great has he not folks. This is a show as I say. What a pleasure Jay what a pleasure really also enjoyed it. Well, thank you folks to see this is this is what show is about right? Right. That's why we call the New Direction off you already tell you every week Be Inspired because when you're inspired that means you'll Inspire other people and in turn when they're inspired, they'll Inspire others and then you know what that makes this world a really great place when back next week with another great show off guest another great book and as I say to you every week and you know what that is right Chow.

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"howard j. ross" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

05:03 min | 3 months ago

"howard j. ross" Discussed on A New Direction

"Yeah. We all know the Maslow's pyramid the hierarchy of needs right and you know the history of motivation which by the way, we have constantly in psychological research have said, you know, that's really not true. That really doesn't work that way. And Howard it demonstrates a flaw because well, I'm going to let you tell them, you know his big sure because right because our the primary need a name is that you know, it's it's our it's our physical. It's our physical needs are the primary needs and you it's right but Harry Harlow and I will let you take it away. Okay, great. Yeah. Well actually, you know Abraham Maslow created is model 1943. And for those who don't know is basically model needs is considered to be a foundational model in bondage psychology. And it was really it's really important work because it does have us look at human-to-human a tax people but Amazon created a hierarchical structure for these needs and and as you're saying Jay, it starts at the lowest level with our physiological needs food sleep that sort of thing and above that safety wage above that belonging and above that self-esteem and finally what he calls self-actualization which is when we fully realize ourselves as human beings and and for the most part that that has gone unchallenged wage. 270 years at any major way, but we now realize and and some of it is by sending functional magnetic magnetic resonating imagery. You can see which parts of the brain trigger in certain ways. We now realize that something was wrong that that that that belonging is actually a key human need and it makes sense. If you think about it, you know, what's the most vulnerable type of human being's existence infancy? Right? And if you don't belong to a gym is an infant you die and so for the first get and because human beings are more dependent on others to survive in our first couple of years than any other animal on the planet the key message that we get in the early stages of our life is Faith exists because you exist whether your Mom Dad Grandma Grandpa or whatever and so we've been we've been raw and and when we look at things like, you know a suicide bombing whether it was, you know, the Japanese in World War Two or Palestinians today or or other, I mean obviously completely refutes Maslow's notion because in there you see the need to belong to the needs of my larger group or more important in my physical needs now, he's As a footnote to the shape since I wrote the book and and and talking about this I've spoken a lot as as we talked about already and I was at a major university speaking about this and this guy comes up to me afterwards and he says he was actually a direct disciple of Maslow's. He was a student of Madison mezzo died very young but he died in his fifties or heart attack and he told me that at the time that he was working with mezzo, which was toward the end of his life. I was Furious to everybody put it in this. In this pyramid structure cuz that wasn't his original structure that he never apparently saw it as as as as hardened in a hierarchical structure as it was later drawn up now. I don't know whether that's true or whether the guy loved Maslow and he was trying to protect him or not, but I just don't know but if we look at these needs we can see and and and other people like I said for example would be the great Dutch sociology organization sociologist has said that Maslow's hierarchy also applies more in individualistic cultures. Zinc elected absolutely. So if you go to places like like Asia where the cultures are, mostly collectivist the group needs are by far more important than individual needs. So so it's it's so important that we don't that we behave. Like I said, I've said numerous times that we question some of these models that have been so foundational to us because this need to belong to fit in is undoubtedly primary for most of us. In fact, we know that being excluded from a group home in the door. So posterior insular the brain which is the same part of the brain associated with physical paint, you know, I just as a just as an an anecdotal practical level of them, I say this regularly I said this to the college students when I taught psychology, you know, if if if that pyramid and whether it was true or not that it was a pyramid if that was true age understand that you would not have a desire to text message while you drive if your safety was so important. Exactly, but because you want to belong want to be part of the conversation, you will text and drive at the Peril of your safety physical safety. Look I can give you a more basic need how many people who are listening to us have been in a meeting at work. You had to go to the bathroom and you sat there squirming rather than be the first one to stand up and leave the meeting go to the bathroom right now. There's no more basic physically than that right and yet we could all relate to that story. You didn't want to get out. You didn't want to be the one who stood upright. Yes, and and and it's a prayer mat example what you're talking about the need it in the group and not be seen as an outsider by the group members, even that basic physical need of elimination. So so so we know that this is true as human beings. That's awesome. His name is Howard J. Ross the book entitled everyday bias and you are listening to him here on a new Direction. Hey everybody. I

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Getting Past Our Bias and Unconscious Judgements  Howard Ross - burst 11

A New Direction

05:04 min | 3 months ago

Getting Past Our Bias and Unconscious Judgements Howard Ross - burst 11

"Yeah. We all know the Maslow's pyramid the hierarchy of needs right and you know the history of motivation which by the way, we have constantly in psychological research have said, you know, that's really not true. That really doesn't work that way. And Howard it demonstrates a flaw because well, I'm going to let you tell them, you know his big sure because right because our the primary need a name is that you know, it's it's our it's our physical. It's our physical needs are the primary needs and you it's right but Harry Harlow and I will let you take it away. Okay, great. Yeah. Well actually, you know Abraham Maslow created is model 1943. And for those who don't know is basically model needs is considered to be a foundational model in bondage psychology. And it was really it's really important work because it does have us look at human-to-human a tax people but Amazon created a hierarchical structure for these needs and and as you're saying Jay, it starts at the lowest level with our physiological needs food sleep that sort of thing and above that safety wage above that belonging and above that self-esteem and finally what he calls self-actualization which is when we fully realize ourselves as human beings and and for the most part that that has gone unchallenged wage. 270 years at any major way, but we now realize and and some of it is by sending functional magnetic magnetic resonating imagery. You can see which parts of the brain trigger in certain ways. We now realize that something was wrong that that that that belonging is actually a key human need and it makes sense. If you think about it, you know, what's the most vulnerable type of human being's existence infancy? Right? And if you don't belong to a gym is an infant you die and so for the first get and because human beings are more dependent on others to survive in our first couple of years than any other animal on the planet the key message that we get in the early stages of our life is Faith exists because you exist whether your Mom Dad Grandma Grandpa or whatever and so we've been we've been raw and and when we look at things like, you know a suicide bombing whether it was, you know, the Japanese in World War Two or Palestinians today or or other, I mean obviously completely refutes Maslow's notion because in there you see the need to belong to the needs of my larger group or more important in my physical needs now, he's As a footnote to the shape since I wrote the book and and and talking about this I've spoken a lot as as we talked about already and I was at a major university speaking about this and this guy comes up to me afterwards and he says he was actually a direct disciple of Maslow's. He was a student of Madison mezzo died very young but he died in his fifties or heart attack and he told me that at the time that he was working with mezzo, which was toward the end of his life. I was Furious to everybody put it in this. In this pyramid structure cuz that wasn't his original structure that he never apparently saw it as as as as hardened in a hierarchical structure as it was later drawn up now. I don't know whether that's true or whether the guy loved Maslow and he was trying to protect him or not, but I just don't know but if we look at these needs we can see and and and other people like I said for example would be the great Dutch sociology organization sociologist has said that Maslow's hierarchy also applies more in individualistic cultures. Zinc elected absolutely. So if you go to places like like Asia where the cultures are, mostly collectivist the group needs are by far more important than individual needs. So so it's it's so important that we don't that we behave. Like I said, I've said numerous times that we question some of these models that have been so foundational to us because this need to belong to fit in is undoubtedly primary for most of us. In fact, we know that being excluded from a group home in the door. So posterior insular the brain which is the same part of the brain associated with physical paint, you know, I just as a just as an an anecdotal practical level of them, I say this regularly I said this to the college students when I taught psychology, you know, if if if that pyramid and whether it was true or not that it was a pyramid if that was true age understand that you would not have a desire to text message while you drive if your safety was so important. Exactly, but because you want to belong want to be part of the conversation, you will text and drive at the Peril of your safety physical safety. Look I can give you a more basic need how many people who are listening to us have been in a meeting at work. You had to go to the bathroom and you sat there squirming rather than be the first one to stand up and leave the meeting go to the bathroom right now. There's no more basic physically than that right and yet we could all relate to that story. You didn't want to get out. You didn't want to be the one who stood upright. Yes, and and and it's a prayer mat example what you're talking about the need it in the group and not be seen as an outsider by the group members, even that basic physical need of elimination. So so so we know that this is true as human beings. That's awesome. His name is Howard J. Ross the book entitled everyday bias and you are listening to him here on a new Direction. Hey everybody. I

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"howard j. ross" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

04:24 min | 3 months ago

"howard j. ross" Discussed on A New Direction

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"howard j. ross" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

09:16 min | 8 months ago

"howard j. ross" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"From Danny sure number four if you were to Philly guy there's only one way that you eat cheese steak please wait that's it no no mushrooms we're told that we listen Friday as we determine if W. I. P.'s John Marx is actually a Philly guy on sportsradio ninety four W. I. P. man I mean it's coming up on Friday but we have where is wet yeah we have people that already you're arguing whether an item of a Philly guy whiz with or without what should you get what do you with with with and I don't say which I say with with that hurts my Philly guys that does hurt hers yours is that works out for me because I can see where you can get away with it and I and we just went with with with yes and I like my cheese steaks not shop there like the little pieces of steak okay like at the time who does but I believe they chop it but that's does it like see my mind was a high spot your lawns I always shop she said don't get me wrong but if I'm if I'm choosing I so what's your order then with with but only if it's real it's all only if it's real Cheez whiz along to Howard Eskin she's with the south Philly scare it's not I'm not she's this is delicious and if you go to some places they actually have liquid American cheese too and you get them on your fries again Steve has the liquid American cheese so they're just not put in place by the disease they actually melt the cheese yeah I gotta have slices mass off so good now you need real whiz you can't have the fake Wiz because a lot of times he the difference in price I know this from working in restaurants a sandwich shops difference in price between the bobo Cheez whiz in the real cheese it's like double the price so a lot of places will go with this is eighteen dollars I was like yeah yeah like you cares but the basis is it's what it's real and people forget you worked in a cheese steak shop right I made cheese steaks for for the a good portion of my life does it get more Philly than that I mean you know I gotta have a good hoagie roll huh you ready for another question below yeah give me one yeah you better United States capitol Philly or DC well I mean Phillies at least a real city DC is the district's Amanda's Philly where is the Philly fanatic from megalopolis islands hi fifty two good job who is the original owner of the vehicles the original owner of the eagles is Bert bell thank you logs he died yeah the host of the show what a guy was not a Philly guy John will me to take that brother I'll take that right your face man I'm a Philly guy John well we can all I got somebody must the weak part of my call in here I I would maybe need bold Jackie Johnson a Philly guy in the common that's why I came right to you because I ace the test what are what what do you get when you go on a liquor store what do I get yeah a white wall no actually I go to the states Florida John I don't go to the liquor store I go to the state all right now you have to go to Wegmans you got to go to a grocery store to buy your distributor good god almighty that a lot of pop that broke so you're going to want a little bit with the with the way five I will say that you got me you got to give your you going I like you yeah I I enjoyed a young when you're young light I'm a Miller lite guy though that's what I I would like to give a big shout out to all the black men out there are always the greatest sport because you haven't got it no problem still still can't keep still a job because you're you're wrapped both about him for a walk I believe that it would work Mandel but what I had I had a pretty bad just being able to perform any around it's the same thing is being able to you know protocol prudential or any kind of you know or we don't feel that I mean that's what they're called your position first is all right right I know but I'm here to stick up for the lime in because they're the underappreciated players on the team yeah Ellen you're good quarterback and and I think cornerback I believe it's a hard decision on yeah I would I would agree with that from an operative and know exactly yeah no it's not you're not really that good of an athlete at nose tackle defensive end is different you just plug in your big fat behind in their block space yeah you know space all right so I took on Chris long's podcast yes he brought on former eagle Michael Bennett all right don't you think the eagles when you think of Michael Bennett right not at all I'm not at all well he weighed in on the Nick Foles Carson Wentz debate listen no doubt for a white player I look at the the Carson Wentz situation somebody always knew had it and I'm like we know Carson's it like if you play with cars and he's a good guy but you don't know if he has the the intestinal fortitude to be the first one to step over the weekend we can be said Nick Foles is better yes what C. as a side bar it seems like a kind of matters the team you're on to because it didn't go as well in Jacksonville yeah well just so you're the worst I thank you for your job I have a serious conversation you want to divide Filion there you go there is a spoken yeah who knows of Michael Bennett who knows no I believe he thinks he's better I don't think Michael Bennett thinks anything about Philadelphia when here long enough and from what I agree with that but a pain in the **** the whole time he was here I think you heard right go to I'm not right let's go to Tony northeast Philly Tony what's up brother how are you gentleman how are you hi no no offense John but I gotta be honest you guys really need to talk to spike about changing the programming on Friday because the thing is all you can slide I never called there's more of a Philly guy the call handles your delusion illusion on it's it's on a Philly Philly guy that we're talking about it's the guilt of Broad Street that we're talking about okay well yeah you're right all right maybe I misunderstood exactly the billing guy but even still I mean it wasn't horrible roads are gonna be great and the LCS MVP yep yep okay right and and he played here for what ten years roughly sure I think you're right I love Nick Foles I you know we brought to the Super Bowl but you know let's be honest the only reason that statues of the stadium because of beer advertising yeah I don't consider it I I consider it a kind of a fake statue I don't disagree with that but you know what I do I don't consider fake the Lombardi trophy to Nick Foles one what's the name of the MVP trophy in this in the Superbowl I Mardi Gras I thought will Barton drive you yeah I don't know yeah I don't even know reserved only my point the trick question but not even your second call I I'm I mean I take the calls is more responsible for I'm going the World Series and the old ones we're going to the Super Bowl I really don't like that I mean I mean admittedly I'm a member of the of the baby but now we now we know now now we know good stuff there now we know well Cole Hamels was there from start to finish he was maybe he's gonna play a little bit here and a and R. 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U. definitely in our discussion but no one's no one has mentioned him what is in the twenty I would have him in top five Cole Hamels in in the top twenty total Hey we have to be in there what he would not you want to work no you had a resident is yeah Ryan Howard Jim Ross say so that's the problem and it is the bias against thirty pictures we don't think of them like that you have left the ID number two I do yeah well let's do that no doubt about how fame for so young in a world Hey Hey Hey Hey relax all guys actually I did Halliday in mind over coal wow really that to me twenty ten yeah I just didn't see the signs that's tough I don't care if they win the World Series he did it well it was really great now because I am a cost in two thousand nine we by the way we miss T. he was scheduled to join us at five thirty five relate your best this will do well you're sitting right there market research line next asked in the book end luxury sex life NC and the rest of the phone calls as well we'll get everybody on the other side marks and Reese on ninety four WP it looks like we still have a little time before live sports.

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"howard j. ross" Discussed on Book of Basketball 2.0

Book of Basketball 2.0

05:49 min | 10 months ago

"howard j. ross" Discussed on Book of Basketball 2.0

"O-9 February trade deadline traded with Andres No Sioni Michael Reference Cedric Simmons to Sacramento for Brad Miller and John. Salman's a year later traded with Josh Howard Quinton. Ross James Singleton for corrupt Butler Brennan Hayward and Steve. But four days later traded again change the clippers in trade where the cavaliers traded Journa- sow Gaza. Send A two thousand ten first rounder to the wizards the clippers traded Sebastian Toepfer. The cavs and Al Florida the wizards the Wizards Traded Antoine Jamison and the Cleveland. Cavaliers pick out of that some I feel like I'm having. Acid flashback. Hearing all those names I. It's quite possible that we could do a whole podcast about all the terrible trades Cleveland made during the Lebron era if you take the two areas of Lebron it's it's it's there's twenty trades we could go through and all of them are not that great but with a lot of name guys who were some expensive so anyway at this point. I'm taking him with the ninth. Pick Chris you're on the clock at ten man. Okay I number ten. I really WANNA take flip. Murray here but I'm GonNa go Louise Scola. Smart averaged a seventeen and eight from two thousand ten till two thousand twelve. Also a rare terrible spurs trade. Yeah they had him in. Oh seven and basically gave them away. I second rounder. Coming off a title team that that I don't know maybe kept Gola. He was also in the All that that first Chris. Paul Trade member the vetoed one. Yeah was it pal. Ghazal Scola was going somewhere. Would Chris was going to Lakers Lakers? Yeah I think SCUOLA was going to New Orleans with power Sol I don't even remember ladder moving parts but anyway that happened house. What were your thoughts? Lewis Colas hair versus is Carlos BOOZER's hair. Well I mean Luis. Scola had the perfect euro hair for his era. I mean He. He really embodied the the euro player even though he's not European though he's from Argentina. Jeff I know that's what I'm saying. Also got Michael Michael. Douglas Vibe of entered the League at forty didn't never looked like he was a young guy at all. I was thought he should have been in a movie. Like in me and Chris the underrated two thousand six classic Miami Vice. I feel like he easily could have worked for. What was that guy's name for? Gangly oh yeah. That's right he could have been at the table and that scene. All Right Luis Scola. Who's next house you're up? I'm taking Matt Barnes and there are a bunch of names jumping off the page at me. Otherwise I'm looking at John. Salmon them looking Rasool Butler Like Matt Barnes. It took them a while to find his footing and guy who landed with Don Nelson and Don Nelson changed his career because Don saw in him the possibility of kind of a combo forward and he was perfectly suited for it. And you know his his toughness. His his. His enforcer kind of mentality. He's not a huge guy but he played bigger than his eyes. And you know it was like a League average. Three point shooter. But there's any time you can get a genuine tough-guy especially at this stage of the draft good value getting a a real tough guy. He played for nine teams. It that the the map of Omar. At the beginning he played in Ninety Five Ninety five playoff games. He he didn't they the League didn't know who was going to be and he didn't know who he was going to be five teams in his first four years. Can you name where he where got his ring? Ooh I doubt it wasn't the warriors right. It was the two thousand seventeen warriors. That's GonNa Guess the warriors also sure that was wrong. He was on the we believe warriors in. Oh seven eleven and six forty two percent. Three point shooting the playoffs he was he caught. Orlando a year late. He caught the Lakers a year late right after their three finals trips was on the clips basically for the peak and probably that was his best chance in for dinner. Fifteen for ring goes to Memphis Sixteen. It's over and then ends up on the warriors sticks out. Guess what now is an awesome? Podcast congrats on that real coin. Flip of a Foxhole guy like if you were in a foxhole with Matt Barnes. There's a fifty percent chance he saves your life and fifty percent chance he kills you. I I wasn't a huge fan when he was on the clips Is that felt like from a force of personality. It felt like he belonged out there and all the big moments but he was also like he had that Marcus banks. I swear a minute and a half left down to you. Need a basket here and it's like no no no no no Matt Barnes. No don't don't take the twenty five foot or no mortgage banks are Marcus smart. Marcus smart did I say painting.

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"howard j. ross" Discussed on Book of Basketball 2.0

Book of Basketball 2.0

12:38 min | 10 months ago

"howard j. ross" Discussed on Book of Basketball 2.0

"I gotta be honest. I think he was a net positive like comedy. He he wants a game say he could make a case for him. Yeah I think house made the right pick at number two but you could have made a case for him. I'm looking at effort number two. I'm looking at the two thousand eight. He goes against the Lakers in the playoffs. And he goes fifteen and fourteen ten and five twenty seven twenty fourteen twelve eighteen twelve twelve and fourteen in a six game loss against a pretty big frontline but that the big one was oh seven they make the western finals. They beat the true believe warriors. They break out me and houses heart in that series five games against the warriors he goes twenty four and fourteen. Remember that allow. Keita's Usual Royd the warriors. They are trying to go small on him and he really killed them and then next round against him duck in that wasn't working but I don't know that he had pretty good all right. Chris. You're on the clock at four. I'm going to go away. You know. Obviously like his longevity almost goes against him in an exercise like this because for a lot of people that are most recent memories or him kind of coming off like a probably like a torn labrum or something and playing twenty five games for their their team at some point but he was a bad motherfucker for awhile man and also a really had a real intimidating x-factor like clearly was not was not really like thrown off his square by any of the guys he went up against an especially for those Denver teams towards the end of the first decade of the two thousands. I thought he was really. He was pretty sick. He starting center and a team. That almost made the finals in. Oh nine. Yeah to against the Lakers and the kind of blew it. I blew George Karl blame a little Chauncey billups for that but he you know he's in the middle he also made one hundred thirty three billion dollars. I looked at up around for a long time. Wrote a kind of a tribute column about him during his time in Washington did a little bit on the underrated basketball IQ. Of A. and I. I really enjoyed it. He was very good for Washington. He delivered a level of professionalism. He helped teams. You know they didn't go anywhere in the playoffs but he help those young kids sort of see what it's like for a guy who plays hard when he can be on the court my only knock on name in the fourth quarter. He loved to miss one of two free throws to fit. You can never make two free throws when we needed them in the fourth quarter. Yeah he is basically Career Sixty six percent three point shooter. But that's the tail off as it went along he I remember being surprised. That house liked him that much when he was on. The Wizards says felt like house was discerning audience. Much like myself. You almost had to win me over. You have to win house over at that when they went there. This'll be funny. How suggest complain about today and it was kind of the you you join a cousin very competent. The trick right. And and and the trade was Mcgee Javale McGee the failed experiment of Devel- McGee. The wizards drafted him. He couldn't get out of his own clown way for the first portion of his career. Of course he was surrounded by Nick. Young and Andrei Blotch so he didn't really have much of a chance jail to get out of his own way. But you know what may versus jail early juvenile. You know you can understand why I appreciated him. Nay there's a four-year stretch from nine to two thousand twelve or she's fifty nine percent. There's a reason like near the end of his career. Darryl Morris snapped them up and was like I just got to give this guy a test drive. 'cause he was kind of like the perfect advanced metrics e seemingly Mediocre Center. Who didn't hurt you? Yeah that against that pick house. You're up at five. I'm going with my man. Tuff Chews Caramba fell to me. I think honestly the best offensive perimeter player in this draft. The tough juice nickname was was. Well deserved always up to the challenge. in terms of like not going to get pushed around he had four seasons with at least fifteen points two and a half assists one and a half steals nobody else in this draft class match that stat line. So you know he's bringing it on on both ends great teammate. He was never a first banana. He couldn't be a first banana. But you know you put him with Gilbert Arenas and Antoine Jamison for a for about a half a season that was a super highlight for me as a Washington Fan. I have nothing but respect and love for Koran so I forgot what I was going to say. No and I remember A little bit of a three and D guy right nowadays but but like I would say A rich Man's version of that but the clippers tried to basically turn them into the three D. guy when they got him. When you talked about being a beloved teammate. I remember when Chris. Paul was going to the clippers. The Koran Butler thing was like one of the carrots. 'cause like yeah for whatever reason around the League. Everyone loved Chrome Butler he was. He was involved in a couple of interesting trades so I mentioned the one him Brian. Grant's contract Lamar Odom in a first for shack. That happens a year later traded with Chucky Atkins to Washington for kwami brand and laurent profit. If he stays on that Laker team and it's him owed him and Kobe. That's actually like a pretty nice here. I think if he'd been the third best Guy Kobe that middle of the decade where Kobe's basically wasted. He's only in you know. He wins a total of three playoff games in three years. I think that would help from that. And then house. Tell me how you feel about this trade. All these years later February two thousand ten Koran Butler Brennan Hayward and this Shawn Stevenson to Dallas for drew. Gooden Josh Howard Quinton Ross and James Singleton would you do that one over again? This is look you recall what happened in January of two thousand ten New Year's Day. Two Thousand Ten. It was finger guns. It was the gun in the in the locker room moment and they tore that whole team down. They did a series of trades and got rid of everybody and then the thing that I always felt really bad for Butler about was that I loved him on that team and he winds a blow his knee out before their their title. Run right right point. And he was. He was really like an essential part of that team. I I that was a that was just a great great burgeoning moment of NBA Twitter. That eleven team of people starting to really. Kinda like basically beyond line all night watching basketball and talking about the the mavs verse that he's team but that Butler on that team was always really fun. It was always a shame that he he didn't really get to fully embrace that that title run. Yeah it's it's Kinda crazy that they won the title anyway because basically had to replace him with the Shawn Stevenson little. Jj Berea and he was supposed to be like the fourth or fifth best guy in the team. He had some bad luck with the clips in twelve and thirteen. And then one last bad luck. Peace WITH OKAY. See in two thousand fourteen. Which was the year that you could argue? Okay see could have won. That was durant's MVP ear And he just never ended up getting. The ring played from a three to two thousand sixteen though so had had a long career. Eight hundred eighty one games Two I had two other grumbler notes. Nine thousand nine hundred seven for five straight years in the wizards love them now. Who All star teams remember. That must've been me. Neither can't can't figure that happen. All right I'm on the clock number. Six Take Sean Prints. Yeah makes sense. Good pick he made four second team all defenses. I don't understand why he didn't make more. I thought he was The single best perimeter defender of of the middle of that decade and yeah Made the made kind of play in that Indiana Detroit series. The block on Reggie Miller was really great. He was so good for Detroit that it didn't even matter that they fucked up the Carmelo. Darko pick a year later because he was able to give them really good minutes. That thinking was we don't need Carmelo. Anthony we have tatum prints that was dumb thinking they should think. Carmelo or really should take them. Bosch would have probably been been if we knew. Then what we know now. He Played One hundred forty playoff games. What a monster guys done by that. I'm stunned by it. He had a run with you. Know he was on those Detroit teams year after year. Those Detroit teams are playing like twenty five playoff games. Eighteen twenty four. And he just he put on a Lotta Miles then ended up. Had Nice little last run on Memphis the other thing. I forgot about it. Who's a four year Guy Kentucky? So he comes into the League. He's already like twenty two twenty three so I think that's why he was able to adjust but I liked that. He liked his long lefty game. I feel like he was this. Generation's Derek Mckee where the the the production never added up to how talented it seemed like he was and it always seemed like his healing quarter to quarter was a little higher than a typical guy. Who is just like the fifth best starter and a team and there'd be these moments where he could like you know. Take over a game for a couple of possessions. Defensively I really. I really enjoyed a Any other taste shop prints thoughts for remove on. No I just I just just remembering from that the Pistons title team and just being like watching watching him play against the Lakers and just being like holy crap like this guy can guard anybody. He did a job on Koby people but he was the lion share of it and And coby stats at sears. A horrific whatever the year in the early two thousand that the All Star game was in. La I came out and join you and we went to it and Tae Schon was there just walking around. I couldn't believe how Slight he was and it really reinforced. How smart he was like seeing him physically. Just a super skinny guy not even like they didn't even seem like that tall but it emphasized his basketball IQ through the roof because of you know From what everything that we saw in the contributions that he made that was the all star weekend we went to a party and a Thursday night with a couple of my friends from the From Boston including our friend Kelly and We decided to go to Mel's diner. Like twelve thirty nine Hollywood. Has It ever been in house? Ordered Three entrees and people were just confused. I was the only one who wasn't confused because I had so many meals with house. It was just houses. Like I'll have the roast beef Jew Jew. I'll have a ham and cheese omelette and I'll have the shepherd's pie or whatever can I put in two orders for the apple pie and everybody was kind of looking around to see where people are coming in and say no? That's just for house. Do you remember that though you when you went to town bell's diner it was great. I mean I love Diner Food and especially you can.

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"howard j. ross" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

11:16 min | 1 year ago

"howard j. ross" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"I like really bad before in those pictures what did I say that well here in which you're implying it know your your little attitude is employees is suppose something I'm not implying anything okay it doesn't change the bet you have a goalie he hasn't changed the man doesn't the man doesn't age and you look a hundred percent better than you used to what's wrong with that wow all even polo knows that's not the right that's this route always drinking water would have been the first coming through will spit it out a little bored the police should be involved in this but know what I'm saying is I was looking at the pictures not sure what the thought process with was with the hair but you look great one one nine days what wrong with I think that I see something wrong with it I just wondered with wow all yeah you are being real I'm feeling very I've been trying to delve into your thought process as you were getting that great hairdo what is wrong with you it was pretty great I thought there's nothing wrong with my here in the nineties right I think it was what did it pull that anybody is there something wrong with her hair I mean I know there is sars did anybody say there's something wrong with the picture and sound like the reason peach many hearings is there still be applied I'm not implying you're the common right exactly right I agree with you it's not about feelings about fact nobody so the longer hair nobody said you look bad back their hair looks a hundred percent better are you looking for writers have better known yeah I do to your hair looks and was a better I use a hundred percent better than you do and you look how you look great back then that means you're like a super model now the end I'm just wondering what the thought process was with the hair and I'm legitimately asking so when you got up that day knowing you take pictures what was the thought process would thinking happened in your cranium I do not remember and my hair like that manages to make this here is because I want I don't do is the nineties what what's what we did as well there's brand vault there's nothing wrong with that either it's really good I think Iraq to act when that I said or something wrong with rocking it because you're asking of the faucet third this is some third person here say crap that you're bringing up and I did not say any those were specifically I know but I know what you're thinking Mr Schiff I do it's eight eight nine four one tags at eight nine four one seven two four seven I just posted those pictures on my live stream and I wonder what you think I'm kidding I didn't do that did not go there I let me say this I've got a lot of hair and I don't need more but I could never pulled up there tomorrow Trant with with the fox ones I get what I was also Texas right I think you guys are acting like a nine year was huge I mean it was it was it was a tree at what it was like it was like there's not if you look close is a family of birds living in your hair so now wow we think so me better questions might be to heather thanks excuse me what what was the question you're asking my to be house so lucky how do you feel lucky Mario that's what I would like to well when you hit the lottery that's what I would say what he was going to ask him do your really I my god I haven't gotten one yet what are you talking about is another bid for two minutes I generally of the office I don't know why my god my side ways Margot Scott's talking about Pam is are you the judge gray now while she was in a few years ago yeah right Luda because she looks great now and looks great then but I'm actually saying the opposite very has improved with age like all the white you drinks wow this I'll compliment stating about this the compliment nada Hey Ashley if I like this to the archives which I will soon this will be like well he's really come going this lady now that's not what people are thinking and why is there a type of red white and I don't know why she had your picture there should be a companion picture with this bit when I go to the archives now now I think we should all be different other pictures hello no you know that me and my has what but the the job back somebody else yeah hello yeah gonna be your Mario from one one one what was at eighteen forty one to nineteen ninety three exactly right long time ago thirty six hi good I was not thirty six at the end of the day what I'm saying is worse than a little time and tell people how much I appreciate how time is being your friend it's all you're welcome just say thank you you're welcome I'm not going to hurt now I've said nothing negative here I'll tell you and none of that has been a compliment I feel all it's been a compliment and things let's break it down owner of the thought process with the hair your husband look doesn't change the bet looks just the same uhhuh and I have some questions for him how is any of that negative I know you and I know the questions and it's all I personally don't know me I've been nothing but complementary not sure now you're working here do you have today back then I didn't even happier with it you know I like your hair like this will start are you starting the year you started this whole thing right you have given to help with memory holding you up on high again those you're welcome twice a thing called yeah now eight eight nine four one tags Joe packed dot com you agree that Kerry has better with no no yeah those are good to go Gabby those are not the calls were to take Kerry will kill me if I do that thank you okay so yeah no it is eight eight nine four one pack Joe packed dot com it would what is what what is going to talk a scuttle on for a long time it's got this better be good been holding a long time what's up Hey Joe how you doing living the dream what's going on first of all I'm gonna make it real quick because I've been listening to you yeah and I know your time is money and nobody needs the hero this phone calls take me five hundred dollars so for us so much money this time is worth going on getting guys just spent four minutes on our air exactly when it comes to twenty thousand dollars okay real quick of the government Fuhrman tyrant nine ten yeah I feel sorry for his wife second of all right second of all eat more state go over all state and third she should be really happy that you just spent five minutes order errors got exactly what it is I know it was god's doing please listen to the show and he's given us the play by play reaction that he had only one old Kerry that what's going on no not really and had to go well you always have your back and I think you look great now I know you I know you do I know you do so which is better now I'm just sayin ow okay I'll say this you guys look awfully happy those pictures of like a what a couple of cheese balls we yeah we are in the day you met him or don't know later when I was there that he was the guy it was maybe a few weeks after started dating I would say what I want to see is the awkward first picture ever there was no longer a fixer oh yes there was that's what we're at the happy go lucky pictures from weeks later do you still have the offered first picture or not I I think that really was the first picture we took together wow yeah yeah you just say it was it was all good go Kerry I'm gonna talk to monitor the listings remember nine eight eight nine four one tags Joe pegs dot com all right so if you've got a story out of bill this is Baylor University Ryan it turns out everybody has a problem everybody who does some a certain thing has a huge problem this is I guess there is with the far left of the progressives will will convince us that everybody has the same issue that from the blaze Baylor university's equity office recently offered a bias training session titled if you're breathing you're biased they probably don't even know you have biases an announcement for the event which took place last Wednesday stated the problem is the biases are unconscious as a result you may be aware of some of the reasons underlying your actions and reactions of the session which was cast as an introductory workshop to building an inclusive community as a recurring once a month event that's put on throughout the semester as a part of the university's diversity and inclusion program and is open all students faculty and staff the member thirteen session feature discussion on Howard J. Ross's book everyday bias which the author states biases far from simply being malicious of pre judgments of others and situations a session attendees attempted to define bias identifying personal and potential biases and consider the effects of biases in the workplace and immediate community Baylor University a leading Christian institution with a strong Baptist identity has developed an expansive equity office which umbrellas several initiatives such as a climate survey bias response team and a presidential diversity council along with its diversity training offerings in a statement regarding its commitment to diversity and inclusion Baylor University said we seek to a body Christ's teachings of love and inclusivity across boundaries of racial ethnic gender socioeconomic religious and other expressions of human difference so the way you do that is accusing everybody being biased and bigoted that's how you do that that that's how you promote Christ's vision of the world yeah your breathing you're biased if you're breathing your buyers now let's break down how we build a community of of inclusivity yes you know Jesus never ever called anybody out for breaking you know from from what he saw as a value system in it in this world right he probably to go after people who are gambling at the church we have no problem with people who are stealing stuff in and whatever he probably didn't look at anybody's differences all you said everybody's included or may be the Bible and the the first amended that the first amendment the first testament which is called the Torah by the Jews or I don't know the Koran probably don't do any judging stuff at all and there's probably just everyone for all all for one war they're now trying to to be social justice warriors calling people out that they don't see are getting in line with whatever the social justice story of the day is and they're trying to hide behind the cloak of Christianity could be that.

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"howard j. ross" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"howard j. ross" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Forty one one what was at eighteen forty one to nineteen ninety three exactly right long time ago thirty six good I was not thirty six at the end of the day what I'm saying is or just a little time and tell people how much I appreciate how time is being your friend it's all you're welcome just say thank you your I'm not going to know I have said nothing negative here I'll tell you and none of that has been a compliment I feel all it's been a couple things let's break it down owner of the thought process with the hair your husband look doesn't change a bit looks just the same uhhuh and I have some questions for him how is any of that negative I know you and I know the questions and it's all I personally don't know me I've been nothing but complementary not turn working here do you have today back then other than even happier with it you know I like your hair like this will start okay are you starting you started this whole thing right you have given up with memory holding you up on high again those you're welcome I say that I can't yeah now eight eight nine four one tags Joe packed dot com you agree that Kerry has better with no no yeah those are going to have Gabby those are not the calls were to take Kerry will kill me if I do that how thank you okay so yeah no it is eight eight nine four one pack Joe packed dot com it would what is what what is going to talk discuss along for a long time it's got this better be good been holding a long time what's up Hey Joe how you doing living the dream what's going on first of all I'm gonna make it real quick because I've been listening to you yeah and I know your time is money and nobody needs zero it's taken me five hundred dollars so for us so much money this time is worth going on getting guys just spent four minutes on our air exactly when it comes to twenty thousand dollars okay real quick the gunmen Fuhrman part nine ten I feel sorry for his wife second of all second of all steak go all state and third she should be really happy that you just spent five minutes order errors or is otherwise continuity losing the show he's given the play by play reaction you have only one old is that what's going on no not really Scott had to go well you always have your back and I think you look great now I know you I know you do and I need to sell which is better now I'm just sayin ow okay I'll say this you guys would also be happy those pictures of like a what a couple of cheese ball we are in the day you met him or his own no later when I was there that he was the guy it was maybe a few weeks after started dating I would say what I want to see is the awkward first picture ever there was no longer a fixer oh yes there was that's what we're at the happy go lucky pictures from weeks later do you still have the offered first picture or not I I think that really was the first picture we took together well yeah yeah you can just say it was it was all good go Kerry I'm gonna talk to my eight eight nine four one tags Joe bags dot com all right so if you've got a story out of bill this is Baylor University Ryan it turns out everybody has a problem everybody who does something a certain thing has a huge problem yeah this is I'm with the far left of the progressives will will convince us that everybody has the same issue that I'm from the blaze Baylor university's equity office recently offered a bias training session titled if you're breathing you're biased they probably don't even know you have biases an announcement for the event which took place last Wednesday stated the problem is the biases are unconscious as a result you may be aware of some of the reasons underlying your actions and reactions of the session which was cast as an introductory workshop to building an inclusive community as a recurring once a month event that's put on throughout the semester as a part of the university's diversity and inclusion program and is open all students faculty and staff and a number thirteen session feature discussion on Howard J. Ross's book everyday bias which the author states biases far from simply being malicious a pre judgments of others and situations a session attendees attempted to define bias identifying personal and potential biases and consider the effects of biases in the workplace and immediate community Baylor University a leading Christian institution with a strong Baptist identity has developed an expansive equity office which umbrellas several initiatives such as a climate survey bias response team and a presidential diversity council along with that server city training offerings in a statement regarding its commitment to diversity and inclusion Baylor University said we seek to a body Christ's teachings of love and inclusivity across boundaries of racial ethnic gender socioeconomic religious and other expressions of human difference so the way you do that is accusing everybody being biased and bigoted that's how you do that that that's how you promote Christ's vision of the world yeah your breathing you're biased if you're breathing your buyers knowledge break down how we build a community of of inclusivity yes you know Jesus never ever called anybody out for breaking you know from from what he saw as a value system is it in this world right he probably to go after people who are gambling at the church we had no problem with people who were stealing stuff in and whatever he probably didn't look at anybody's differences all just everybody's included or maybe the Bible and the first image the first amendment the first tested it which is called the Torah by the Jews or I don't know the Koran to probably don't do any judging stuff at all and there's probably just everyone for all all for one or they're now trying to to be social justice warriors calling people out that they don't see are getting in line with whatever the social justice story of the day is and they're trying to hide behind the cloak of Christianity could be that maybe I was gonna say probably is that Hey what that Kerry lucky in that picture would've told me weather was or not so maybe well here's your chance right as a news anchor yeah that's right it's eight eight nine.

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"howard j. ross" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"howard j. ross" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Given up with memory holding you up on high again those you're welcome twice a thing called yeah no eight eight nine four one tags Joe packed dot com you agree that Kerry has better with no no yeah those are good to go Gabby those are not the call for a take Kerry will kill me if I do that how thank you okay so yeah no it is eight eight nine four one pack Joe packed dot com it would what is what what is going to talk this goes along for a long time it's got this better be good been holding a long time what's up Hey Joe you don't live in the dream what's going on first of all I'm gonna make it real quick because I've been listening to you yeah and I know your time is money and nobody knew zero take me five hundred dollars so for us so much money this time is worth going on getting guys just spent four minutes on our air twenty thousand dollars okay real quick of the government from one point nine ten I feel sorry for his wife second of all second of all steak go over and third really happy that you just spent five minutes order errors or is otherwise continuity losing the show and he's given us the play by play reaction old are Kerry's that what's going on no not really Scott had to go well you always have your back and I think you look great now I know you I know you do and now you do so which is better now I'm just sayin ow okay I'll say this you guys would also be happy those pictures of like a what a couple of cheese balls we don't we are in the day you met him or his underlings later when I was there that he was the guy it was maybe a few weeks after started dating I would say what I want to see is the awkward first picture ever there was no longer a fixture all yes there was that's what we're at the happy go lucky pictures from weeks later do you still have the offered first picture or not I I think that really was the first picture we took together well yeah yeah yeah I'm just say and was it was all good go Kerry I'm gonna talk to monitor the listener number nine eight eight nine four one tags Joe pads are gone all right so if you've got a story out of bail this is Baylor University Ryan it turns out everybody has a problem everybody who does some a certain thing has a huge problem this is I guess with the far left of the progressives will will convince us that everybody has the same issue that from the blaze Baylor university's equity office recently offered a bias training session titled if you're breathing you're biased you probably don't even know you have biases an announcement for the event which took place last Wednesday stated the problem is the biases are unconscious as a result you may be aware of some of the reasons underlying your actions and reactions of the session which was cast as an introductory workshop to building an inclusive community as a recurring once a month event that's put on throughout the semester as a part of the university's diversity and inclusion program and is open to all students faculty and staff and a number thirteen session feature discussion on Howard J. Ross's book everyday bias which the author states biases far from simply being malicious a pre judgments of others and situations a session attendees attempted to define bias identifying personal and potential biases and consider the effects of biases in the workplace and immediate community Baylor University a leading Christian institution with a strong Baptist identity has developed an expanse of equity office which umbrella several initiatives such as a climate survey bias response team and a presidential diversity council along with its diversity training offerings in a statement regarding its commitment to diversity and inclusion Baylor University said we seek to a body Christ's teachings of love and inclusivity across boundaries of racial ethnic gender socioeconomic religious and other expressions of human difference so the way you do that is accusing everybody being biased and bigoted that's how you do that that that's how you promote Christ's vision of the world yeah your breathing you're biased if you're breathing your buyers now let's break down how we build a community of of inclusivity yes you know Jesus never ever called anybody out for breaking you know from from what he saw as a value system is it in this world right he probably to go after people who are gambling at the church we had no problem with people who were stealing stuff in and whatever he probably didn't look at anybody's differences all you said everybody's included or maybe the Bible and the the first amended that the first amendment the first testament which is called the Torah by the Jews or I don't know the Koran probably don't do any judging stuff at all and there's probably just everyone for all all for one or they're now trying to to be social justice warriors calling people out that they don't see or getting in line with whatever the social justice story of the day is and they're trying to hide behind the cloak of Christianity could be that maybe I was gonna say probably is that Hey what that Kerry lucky in that picture would've told me weather was or not use a maybe all that here yeah right here's a news anchor yeah that's right it's eight eight nine four one package and eight nine four one seven two four seven a Christian college they're teaching that if you breathe your biased and they're going to fix you in the name of Jesus Christ our lord and savior now don't get me wrong rice teachings absolutely are all about love and I love everybody Hey and I respect everybody to you show me that you should be respected that's not really what this is about this is about not only do you have to love everybody you have to accept everything about them or else your body has in fear for eight eight nine four one tags it eight nine four one seven two four seven Joe bags dot coms diretor.

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"howard j. ross" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today

Fantasy Football Today

14:09 min | 1 year ago

"howard j. ross" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today

"The smartest way to hire starts and sits already from Kevin. I am the kiddle owner I snagged OJ Howard in Pr League. Should I play Oj. Howard or Ross dwelling I would go with Weli? I liked dweller this week man. He has been playing in a lot of snaps with kindle out the both last two weeks he got seven targets last week. They did throw a lot more last week. But it's a great match up for him in the Need Pass catchers Howard I've said before I really like his talent? Four of his catches came on the two. The two minute drill drive Excuse me three of his four. Two minute drill drive right before halftime in the first half and he was otherwise kind of just not really involved throughout the rest of the game so it was nice to see him do some things and catch a touchdown but I wanNA see more. I feel more comfortable streaming dwelling all right next email. I I don't know this greeting. I mean I've got most of it from Western Oakland. Hey Jamie this jared blank baker and cuyler. So these are quarterbacks who went number one overall yes. The last five number one overall pick so who was in between there James Jared Baker and cuyler parking we think of it wasn't Cam Newton. Now he's earlier. It was the year trubisky went to was myles. Scare the number one overall pick. Well that doesn't fit. That is. Oh it's just the last five number one case not just contract quarterbacks. I don't no no. Oh Yeah Yeah it is myles Garrett and he said you WANNA guess who that blank is. It should be easy after last night's brawl. I mean football game okay myles Garrett Way to go oh west way to promote myles Garrett you are on fire. They're very proud of you okay. PBR star running back in to flex so pick the running back. Mark Ingram Joe mixon James White. P P R yeah man it makes you almost WANNA go white but I think he will ingram for a little little bit man. I don't know this is a tough one for me. Mick Ingram's in a tough match-up I liked mixon's at increase in usage. I think you can consider him in. A matchup with the raiders. White white might be the safest As PR guy in a tough rushing matchup for New England. I do think what's going to be involved. I have good. He's well I'm going to start at least two of them. I'M GONNA I would take Ingram lynnfield great about it but I would go with Ingram because he just has that chance to score. I really don't like Ingram this week. Yeah tough but I would go out has been a more efficient runner than most backs in the league. Because of the presence of Lamar Jackson maybe he can find more holes against against Houston Grundy than most other banks have. And then you can still start Two of them. Because you need to flex out of mixing James White Jamison crowder and Dede Westbrook. I Love James Powder this week I you you do. Yeah Yeah Yeah I do too. I was GONNA say play him. I don't think I would play Dede Westbrook quite yet WanNa see how healthy he is. But I think I'd go crowder an intuitive axe but man. I don't even know what to backs I do like. I don't know why so. We decided we're redoing Ingram. I think Ingram crowder and white and I'm not happy about sitting mix. Oh sorry I thought you were going to pick another one. Thank you S. for making us sweat from Max in New York City dear. Todd Dak Alvin and SAQUON. These are the last four rookies of the year often ago. Who Do you think's going to be V? Who Do you think's going to be next? The Josh Jacobs well Cuyler cuyler but Jacobs has been doing well enough that I think he might get it. Yeah maclaurin got a case Daniel. Oh Jones happier. Start to that. A three mixing Gallup Golladay. I'M GONNA make a Gallup Allah with Stafford Out Golladay scored last week. But that long touchdown was pretty much all is production with driscoll under center his situations. Not Quite as good with with with Stafford out. It's it's a lot worse. OJ Howard Gerald Everett. Who Ever? It's a little banged up. Go Go Howard boom effort. Yeah like ever. I don't like the rams this week I just don't like the rams really all the offensive line is is so banged banged up and they've really been struggling lately and they're playing the bears. It's not a great situation. All right here we go. This is from Raoul in a town. North of Disneyland and Santa Something Disneyland Senile. Santa Something Santa Barbara Glorieta. Okay Santa Claus because I've got too many players to pick from. I need to wide receivers two running backs and a flex it is not so here. Are The wide receivers mix like there are only two. He's they're spread out Mike Evans Portland Sudden Emmanuel Sanders. ENTIRA Williams I will eliminate emanate sanders. Evans Sutton Tyrell Evans. And Sutton for me. I actually think you can play tyrel over sudden. Let's go EVANSTON TYRA era two running backs. Mark Ingram Alvin Kamara Devon single TERI Jordan Howard Kenyan Drake Alvin Kamara Yup I'll play single terry against Miami over Ingram. That's a guy that I would play over and over. You know we were talking about some concerns about Ingram and a flak lebaron single in a flex. Drake is interesting as PR. You gotta go with three running backs. Let's go ingram now. Ingram Chimera Single Terry Evans. tyrell yeah. Well that's that's what I'm GonNa lock in from Eric Hunter Henry or Allen Robinson. PBR Robinson. No sorry Hunter Henry. I wasn't even actually really like I love out so quick to answer. No you can go. You can go entrepreneur. You're like yeah I don't like what you think it with Derrick Henry because we can't really say even though he's on his by I don't even know who I thought it was. I can't even tell you what apparently like you like Robinson. That's very funny. Funny you but Hunter Henry would you sir. I don't WanNA bully you. Would you really hunter Henry would. I wasn't thinking I mean maybe I read hunter. Rain wasn't realizing just how good he's been lately because he's been way better than a typical tight end. Volume has been really consistent Maybe I was just thinking tight end but glossed over quick all right. We've got a few more from Nick. New running back standard scoring Brian Hill. Damian Williams Royce Freeman dairy guys not Freeman and for the issues with FLACCO that I've been talking about. I Love Freeman Talents. But he's not a guy I I'm just not targeting those back anymore because they're splitting work and no longer have as much work It's not guys so it's Hiller Williams. I'm GONNA go Williams From Jordan deer turkeys stuffing potatoes potatoes and gravy. I think you can get this on. Yeah I'm going to rank him though I he's nothing what hold on. You need to tell me. Is it. Mashed potatoes sweet potatoes. They already got gravy. So we'll say sweet potatoes for that the gravies like a part of the Arabia's separate the how what I okay number one is ranked both potatoes. Okay okay so this would be sweet. Potatoes stuffing Turkey mashed potatoes gravy. That'd be my last. which is a surprise is? I don't really like Turkey very much but I'm also not a huge mashed potato guy gravy. I don't need you over gravy. I don't need it you know if you have a good good slice of meat. You shouldn't need gravy. You shouldn't condiment. I mean that's true of like a steak. That's not true of Turkey if it's good if it's good juicy slice of Turkey you should not be gravy. I like Turkey but these are all like really delicious eating and I'm GONNA put Turkey last on this list. I usually usually a meat guy but turkeys. It's kind of like the dry part of the meal. You DO WANNA get some gravy on their mashed potatoes would be lies for me. I don't know Turkey stinks. Man Like Ham. I am all about the Thanksgiving him. I Miss I miss. I miss her home for Thanksgiving. They don't do they'll do him up here with the in laws all right. Sixteen Team Keeper League. I find myself staring at the waiver. Wire menu of Driscoll Finley Haskins and Allan. I'm guessing this or three Allen's. Yeah it's gotTa be Brandon Allen. I could be column well. Well if it is. It's clearly kyle. And you should go with. But if it's Brandon Allen. was you go drinking threes quarterbacks with that last name driscoll go findlay Haskins or Brandon Allen. Who would you go with? I'll go driscoll. He's got a lot of mobility. I think it phillies in play too. But I'll go driscoll. Ah I just think there's a little bit more rushing upside there. You Know He. You'll do some. This is from Mike he says. Dear Mike Peter Micky and Davy those like Brady Bunch or the monkeys the rockets doc. Those are the monkeys monkeys. Knew it. Damn it they be Jones. Ten Team League. Sit One one of these guys Hopkins Evans Jacobs Keenan Allen or Melvin Gordon. uh-huh actually call for me. It's an easy call for you. Yeah I don't know that I'm going to get it right but I see these guys and I see Kina now and I'm just like no. You're you don't make the cut against Kansas City. Well who UNICEF. WHO YOU'RE GONNA sit Hopkins Evans Without Lattimore Jacob? PBR Against Kansas City is is pretty enticing. He's probably GONNA get a lot of all right. Tough guy who you gotta start to look at all the matchups. You're not sitting Hopkins even though the Ravens is not a great matchup. You're not sitting Evans. Even now Marshon Lattimore is not a great matchup now. He's not playing. Oh so you're not sitting on sitting. Yeah not I don't think you're shouldn't Josh Jacobs so I would. I guess I would have to one of the chargers at I would probably wind up sitting thing. Melvin Gordon really the chiefs run defense all right okay. Yeah it's not. You might be right with Keenan. Elena's I'll tell you look I don't want to keep changing your mind. That's fine. That's fine. My Gut feeling says that Hopkins might disappoint us. But there's zero chance I'm sitting here right so let's run through the rest of your real quick from Dave half to wide receivers and Affleck's please James White robber woods. deebo Samuel Calvin Really devante Parker. I'm not playing Parker. I like pretty much everyone else on that list. But I think I'm GONNA sit woods current depot when I do like Calvin this week with with hooper out in Atlanta the trade Sydney. I do think it was going to have a good second half. I hope so from Chris Chris I have connor in Samuels is on waivers. I don't know why he had it's connor. Who do I drop if anyone to try and get Jalen? Samuels Jamal Williams Kareem. I'm hundred Todd Gurley. No Oh I'm sorry. I know why he told us. He has connor. I read that as Carson. I don't know why I saw it. And it said conor in my mind I read Carson. I Apologize I guess you could drop them all Williams that'll be that would be the one that I would drop hunt up girly just it like you know. Samuels is not even like he played viewer snaps in. Trey Edmunds in in place of James Corden last week. He's even locked in like lead back if Connor Mrs tiny made had a good point on. HQ It could be Benny Snell then. Farewell could be yeah. He might play next week so samuels. We'll have those role it'll be a PR thing but you don't necessarily here's a here's a great stat. He ran fewer routes last night or two nights ago. We're releasing the Sun Saturday. Then Trey edmunds. TRAYVON's actually ran more routes than samuels interesting. But it's weird usage with sales right now I'm not GonNa be like chasing him Madden Massachusetts choose. Its start three PR. John Brown Philip Lindsay Damien. Williams Curtis Samuel. Who are you sitting John Brownfield Damien Williams Curtis Samuel? I'm sitting Curtis Samuel. How about you? I'm sitting Philip Lindsay. Well you know it's interesting. I get where you're coming from there down. Two defensive tackles though which gave me a little bit of pause. But everybody's broncos are going to get. I mean unless the Vikings have one of those like kirk cousins overlooked team games. They're going to be way behind. Probably Right They have a fifteen point implied team. Total it when you do the Vegas odd addition trying to figure that out there ten point road underdogs. That's it's never a good situation for a running back. He split carries. I like Samuel's upside against the Falcons pass game..

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"howard j. ross" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"howard j. ross" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"The twenty twenty presidential field is getting crowded. They're the big names Kamala. Harris Elizabeth Warren Huston gillibrand, then they're the wildcards like the spiritual guru Marianne Williamson. She announced he was running his democrat earlier this week. But part of what's making people so upset about Howard Schultz is that by running as an independent he can skip the whole weeding out process of the primary, and he's got the money to hang around. If all someone knows about Howard Scholtz is that he runs Starbucks. And that's where I get my coffee. Is there more to him that we need to understand? Or do we not know yet? Yeah. I mean, I think you do need a bigger story than that. He look at the the third party candidacies that have you know, that have gotten some traction. I think the the best one the most encouraging modern example for somebody like Howard Schultz who might be thinking about running third party would be Ross Perot in nineteen ninety two. The guy heckling Howard Schultz that in New York City bookstore and all the people ratio him on Twitter there haunted by the ghosts of that nineteen Ninety-two election like Howard Schultz Ross Perot ran is a billionaire and a Washington outsider. He actually got nearly twenty percent of the vote wasn't enough to win. But some say it was enough to change the outcome. So as Steve to put me in the back seat of his time machine. And see if we could get a better idea of how one third party candidate influenced and election, and what that might say about how Howard Schultz could change the outcome in twenty twenty stay with us..

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"howard j. ross" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"howard j. ross" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Bradley. The two. Fox Sports north on the call avalanche. Good gravy. Thank goodness. It's all star break five to two. They get beat at home by arguably their biggest rival. And the all star break cannot come soon enough for the. Colorado avalanche. They have lost three or four six of eight and twelve of fourteen this season is dying a slow and very painful death. And unless Joe Sakic, they need a lot of things they are a flawed team to be sure. But if Joe Sakic does not go out and get legit number one goaltender then they will just keep sinking and sinking and sinking. And we'll be left with the feeling of. Oh, this just like when Patrick Watson over they were good for one year. And then they went in the toilet. This season isn't beyond saving, and it's certainly worth saving and Joe Sacco can do that by going out and getting a goaltender even if it's a rented goaltender. Howard Bob Ross ski. I think that the ads should pursue those guys. I think not the Ottawa pick certainly, but some of their young pieces Tyson Joe's just assigned him. I know is stock is in high. But certainly a team like Columbus or Detroit would be interested in taking on a young asset that maybe is in need of a change of scenery. I don't know what it will take. But the only way the apps are going to save their season is by going out and getting a legit netminder because this stuff of Varlamov plays good for one game. And then he's garbage for two. And then here comes grew. Our help us grew our save us grew Bauer. And he does the same thing. He plays good for one game in these garbage for two more. And we bring up Frank coups. And he gives up six goals in a game. It's not gonna work and with the top line playing that the way it is. It would be such a shame. Name if the avalanche didn't get into the postseason because they don't have a legit goalie, but they don't and they need to go get one or else. This season's just going to continue going down the tubes. Q. Eight six zero zero four six your thoughts on the three stories that are driving the show are welcome. We heard from rich scans Torello how et Donatello. He spoke today as well. What will his role? Exactly be with the Denver Broncos. You'll find out next here on Xtra sports thirteen hundred. Here's an Xtra sports.

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"howard j. ross" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"howard j. ross" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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