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Lakers Fall To 76ers As Buyout Market Heats Up
"Fall to the 76ers and the game that ended up being closer than we thought it would be at least at the start of the fourth quarter. Anyway, they do battle back looks like they might make a game of it. But then of course our old friend Danny Green decided this was the night that he was going to make all of the threes. Where was that last season? Danny Green, he just went berserk could not miss tonight and the Lakers do wind up dropping yet another game the slide without LeBron James and Anthony Davis continues, but we're going to break one down. We're also talked about the the buyout Market coming up some players. The Lakers could be targeting tonight. Join me is Ron government from lakersnation.com Ron. How are you doing, man? I'm doing all right, really hoping to do one of these post game shows with a win where we can talk about how great things were without LeBron and AD that'll have to wait for another night. I think God. Yeah. Yeah, unfortunately that is going to be another night. And you know, well this game was going on. I was thinking this is a winnable game. Like I had pegged this one as a loss on the Lakers wreck when I saw the 76 but then when I saw the line up since the Seventy Sixers had out there I thought there's no reason why the Lakers shouldn't be competing with this team and ultimately it came down to one really really really bad quarter. I've killed the lady. That was the third when the Seventy Sixers were just raining threes. The Lakers were just raining turnovers and that pretty much ended the game. Otherwise they were right there, but we've talked about a bunch this team would know LeBron James Davis. There is zero margin for error. You can't have a quarter like they did in the third and expect to win the game and that's that's certainly what happened here tonight. Yeah, when you don't have LeBron and maybe it's not even a quarter. You can't have a bad 4-minute stretch and survive it. that was I mean one of the worst quarters of the Season off of the worst quarters in a couple Seasons, if we're being honest that was really really bad no stats to confirm this but we both thought that they had more turnovers than shots made. So that's not great.
Road warriors: James, Davis lead Lakers past Hawks 107-99
"Anthony Davis and lebron James carried the Lakers to a one oh seven ninety nine victory in Atlanta Davis finished with twenty five points in James provided twelve of his twenty one in the final period the Lakers surged ahead with a sixteen run bridging the third and fourth quarters the hawks got within ninety eight ninety seven on Trae young's three pointer but James responded with a Trey blocker and Clint capella a lay up and four straight free throws that sealed the outcome montrezl Harrell came off the bench to score nineteen is the Lakers finished a five into road trip young had twenty five points for Atlanta I'm Dave Ferrie
"james davis" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
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"james davis" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts
"A prepaid collect call from. An innate. New York State Department of Corrections and community supervision. Is Subject to recording and monitoring to accept charges press one to refuse charges press. Thank you for using secure as you may start the conversation now. James Glad you're back Elizabeth and I spoke a bit about your post conviction litigation where you're at now legally speaking about in the justice system actually takes this law but I thought maybe you know two years I'll be back home they fix this whole thing and I'll be home. Two years turned into. Seventeen in I'm still fighting in China, convince them that they actually liked the wrong person. And then to compound this tragedy again, little brother that you felt so responsible for was murdered in two, thousand, twelve I mean. I can't possibly begin to imagine your pain but your grandmother's still here. Offer my grandmother's like. My oldest friend in the world, my grandmother had been there for as long as I. Knew I. Know She know my pain because she lost her mother and she her daughter same way I did well, not the daughter but. I'm over the same way she lost time of in my brother was there with me through everything. So it was like I lost out on. What little I was able to spend his life with him in. Seventeen years of my grandmother's like she just turned eighty. June nineteenth. Like she was sixty three. Just missed holidays, birthdays and time to spend with her. We would have been adult where I could actually. Just I, think that was my first Christmas ever actually. Really by my grandmother, my own gifts. And she was so happy for that. Then if every year since. Am I didn't even do. Pretty Heavy night I had a V strong from us. That's one of the reasons that I live for. My Grandmother by the grace ago she just turned eighty June nineteen. My mother was murdered two weeks Oh. Yeah. We some change at the mother's Day which was hard for my grandmother. Bravo. Father's Day right before her birthday. So it was like. I've I've had a real or journey journeys just is rough. So this is why thank my closest friend right there outside of my father passed away the same. Guy, he got. The same low budget close or whatever you WanNa Call Them I. got he got. Season in the neighborhood in the house. Over Manhattan having our parents, my mother being crackhead, he got the same thing. We we endure it everything together. So like This the only person that really really know my struggle so to lose him. While hair. The. Hawk blow. Yea. I can't imagine your story. Your life has exhausted taken so much out of me and I've only listened to it. I can't imagine having lived it. We need to do everything we can to bring you home James. I, WanNa thank you and we have as our regular listeners know at the end of each episode we have our featured segment which I call closing arguments and this is where I first of all. Thank you and then I just kick back in my chair and turn my microphone off and leave my headphones on and Turn it over to you for whatever else you think needs to be said so now. This overdue for closing arguments irate. Well, first of all, thank you so much for for taking the time to listen to speak to James and to get to know what a what a good person he is what a smart humble kind person he is, and for giving us this chance to to tell the story to as many people as possible there was from from the day he was arrested. Motion. Clear. And convincing evidence of his innocence, not just clear and convincing compelling evidence of his innocence. And he told everyone what they need to do to learn that he was innocent from the beginning. He told Detective Hutchinson go speak to he listed about six names and you know from those six names there would have been twenty five thirty other people because this was a huge party and a lot of people knew him. But whether it was tunnel vision, a lack of respect or indifference. Detective Hutchinson did nothing to investigate the prosecutor did nothing to investigate and the person who under the law has the obligation to investigate did not do so he kept telling James Well it's their burden is not our burden, but this is a twenty one year old facing murder charges facing life from prison, which he's now serving a life prison sentence seems to me you have both illegal and immoral obligation to do everything you can to prove his innocence to prove he's not guilty. That's the standard at trial when you have so much evidence almost obscene to turn your back. To it, and yet that's what happened at this trial and yet fifteen years afterward these people came forward and you know they may know each other from the community but somewhere in their thirty somewhere in their forties somewhere in their fifties, they were all hanging out together conspiring to tell a story to help James they told different pieces and what they didn't remember they said, they didn't remember but each and every one of them painted a very vivid picture of a young man who loved his brother very much who went to the party because he wanted to celebrate with. His brother who got stumbled down throwing up drunk left the party kind of out of it met his girlfriend spent the night at her aunt's house and wasn't even there when the shooting happened and yet incredibly once again, the judge chose not to listen to James intact in his decision he said, well, you can't listen to anything he's because he's the defendant here he's he's convicted, and of course, he has an overwhelming interest in the outcome, which is not the law. So he just disregarded everything. James. Said despite the fact that most of it was corroborated substantiated by the Other witnesses you know he he also said you had to have direct evidence. There was no direct evidence that James went to his girlfriend's house that well, there was a huge amount of circumstantial evidence. They walked him to the car. So they didn't see the cab leave circumstantial evidence is extremely compelling and used all the time in court. So he discounted circumstantial evidence and he also wouldn't let us bring in Daniels affidavit even though again, the federal law says when you're talking about actual innocence, you're allowed to bring in everything even if it wouldn't come in ordinarily at a trial. Daniel. Is Dead. He was murdered, but we have his affidavit and guess what it says I put him in a cab and it went to convince house. So we did have that piece, but we weren't to put it in. So once again, just just was denied for James and I think we've already been through just the shaky questionable evidence. That was the prosecution. This is the last chance. There's nothing after the Second Department Appellate Division and I just I just hope people hear this and they're rightfully outraged and they demand justice for James because he really is innocent and he deserves to go home. Though as well said. Beautiful closing argument actually I've heard a lot of them. And now James over you for closing arguments you are incredible person your spirit. Comes through even over the phone. Even in the most stressful situation, you JUSTA inspiring guy what can I say and so We're going to keep fighting for you out here and I thank you.
"james davis" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts
"This whole thing in God knows what he'd be doing with his life now contributing to society by building family and everything else. So So meanwhile, the story goes on. Mr. Much coattail was murdered by a drug dealer five months after James Second Trial After. He was trying to rob the drug dealer for for the second time in a month So yeah, he was tortured and killed, and I mean, this is some Quentin Tarantino stuff now but this is the guy that the authorities painting to be a wonderful citizen who was really coming forward and now he's a simple Barbara and blah blah blah. So that's all out the window, but there was also brady violations in this case right? So can you talk if you speak to that? So we learn this as the hearing was going on the actual innocence hearing that we litigated last summer and were appealing now it was actual innocence and ineffective assistance of counsel. That's when we finally got eight witnesses in to talk and support James's story of innocence. So during our hearing I reached out to the assistant US Attorney because people were prosecuted federally for. Killing Macha cody and through it, I met the FBI agent who told me that at the time of the trial Jose Magic cody was under their investigation. It was a joint NYPD FBI investigation into drug dealing major drug dealing in Brownsville and Lo, and behold in the spring, which was when the second trial was happening a confidential informant was Bein huge quantities of heroin and. Cocaine from Machu Cody. Now, we don't know if the assistant district attorney knew that, but it's hard to believe that the detective who used to be a narcotics detective in. Brownsville. Did Not know that this man was a one of the major most violent drug dealers in Brooklyn and be under investigation by the FBI. So that was never disclosed that would have been an inconvenient. Fact to bring percents trying to present him as the perfect witness right. So he was still brave here. So there's the brady violation because this wouldn't be complete without that right so they have an obligation to turn over this information that they knew about, and that's what we believe happened here and yes, it does seem like that happens all the time and what was in. It for matchy cody You know I don't want to go down to deep rabbit hole of conspiracy theories. But that he was on parole the night of this murder, he had violated parole by being out past curfew and the fight that Jay was referring to a lot of the police reports say a Spanish guy wearing a fur coat grabbed bottle within a fight on. The floor that was magic cody. So that was also a violation of parole. So I don't know whether they threatened him with having him locked up whether there was something corrupt going on you know it was the seventy fifth precinct, which is notorious had some problems with corruption over the years I don't know what happened. Even the FBI agent although he said you know. He was on a bad guy list. That's what he how he referred to match cody, which is computer database that you're supposed to check for any witness. In fact, the day they interviewed the witnesses at the club they did hide a checks on those witnesses, but there's no Haida check in the paperwork for match cody. So there's just something fishy about Macha Cody and why They're so protective of him, and all we do know is that when the prosecutor got up in summation and said, he's such a credible witness and you know he's credible because he was so honest about his past and now he's a barber well, he might have been honest about his past, but he wasn't really honest about his present. So you know in addition to the problems. Evidence in a situation like that, you also have this unsavory character pretending to be someone that he's not. while. exhausted. This one's I. Can. Tell me about I'm still writing the brief with the appeal. So none of that disclose to Defense James the second trial right and we know about the whole that coattail thing of course it's almost like a an exclamation point on the whole thing that he ends up I mean I'm sorry the guy got murdered but. So such a short time after this as if really, just drive this home. You know he ends up in like a scene from reservoir dogs being tortured to death by a guy who he was trying to rob for a second time a drug dealer I mean. Nice witness, right, and the first time he the entered at gunpoint and tied them up and robbed them. So it wasn't his first Rodeo. No the sounds like they turned the tables on him and then he yes, he met his demise and took this this false testimony presented to the grave.
"james davis" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts
"Police would interview people at the scene and get a description of the shooter a light skinned black man with braves. But James didn't have any brains at the time. He had short hair with waves. Police would call stabbing victim to mel lacks home speak to his sister James spurned axe tina black who would flippantly named James as the shooter even though she wasn't at the partying police found Jamal at the hospital who told them the identity of the real shooter Tae Hall. So was it pay? J. Two Weeks later, Jose Magic Ota who was at the club then I would enter the precinct that second Tina blacks identification. About six weeks after that James. Would find himself the target of an interrogation, a sham lineup and a murder charge only after his case was picked up by the Legal Aid Society, would it be revealed that Jose Magic coating was in fact, one of the most dangerous trucks dealers in Brooklyn and the subject of a joint FBI NYPD investigation magic ot was murdered five.
James, Davis each score 25, Lakers beat Nuggets 105-96
"The Lakers scored the game's final eight points to pull on a one oh five ninety six victory over Denver in a battle of the western conference's top two teams lebron James scored twenty five points as did Anthony Davis who was under the weather and spent the hours before the game taking it easy please or or service really yeah sweet and she couple not a separate or or stuff like that but you have you have terms are on what he wore down by twelve in the second half Denver pulled within ninety seven ninety six with two twenty three to go before Los Angeles hold the nuggets scoreless the rest of the way Bruce Morton Denver
Disney is using AI to correct gender bias in its movies
"Disney is making strives in Ah Inclusion and they they've actually utilize they're utilizing a new tool that I guess checks their film and TV scripts her gender bias so what is going on there yeah so James Davis who is the Oscar winning actress who founded the Gena Davis Institute on Gender in Media Back in two thousand four she been sort of the forefront of representation in culture she and her team have developed this new digital tool that uses artificial intelligence to check tips for gender bias and the Walt Disney Company has agreed to be like basically the test case for this thing to use to team up with them and use this tool on all of its upcoming home and TV projects so it's basically a tool that uses machine learning to read here too rapidly analyze the text of a script to determine its number of male and female L. characters and whether they're representative of the real population at large so it's important to note that Gena Davis doesn't view this as a tactic to shame any the writers or filmmakers for a writing one-sided screenplays or anything but she's trying to shine a light on the unconscious bias that is in Hollywood and hopefully provide opportunities to sort of correct those instances before these projects go into production this for me it sounds like a real really cool idea and the idea that Disney acknowledging that this is an area where they can improve is a big step in and of itself in that they're taking action is a cool thing here I just think we should I I'm curious what you guys think about this but for me it seems like this is you know as somebody I assume all three of us think that represent representation is a very important area where Hollywood can improve but at the same time something like this should not necessarily be like the end all be all decision-maker for how movies are made because you know you have like the Shawshank for Shawshank redemption for example like if you made half of that cast women yes it would be an example of parody on screen but it wouldn't make any sense at all because that story is set almost entirely an immense prison facility so I think it has to be on a case by case basis but in terms of like a a step in the right direction and certainly helpful guideline for sort of opening people's eyes and and giving people opportunities to make substantive change I think this is a really cool thing I just feel like why have a tool for this and not just have someone like if you're Disney and you can afford to have this like one a have a position like one person that is they're not only to a check every film and TV script for gender bias but also for insensitivity towards cultures and you like everything like it feels like that could be a position they create so much content because the computers are out to take all of our jobs feeder you know that's I just feel like it would be much easier to have a person who can have the mindset sets these things and a one one says over an algorithm but I don't know what do I
"james davis" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
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"james davis" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano
"My vote. Where Where'd you go to high school, Rochester, New York? Where's the episodes foams to I'm hood, bourbon? So I was I'm from the hood, and I'm from the suburbs. If you guys can't tell I have a little bit of a, why white American dialect with black skin. So. In right now. Right. Are dialects with black skin. Yeah. So on the opposite. Yeah. So I went to element you school, and all that in the suburbs. And then I went to the city school district. So John Marshall, high school, and now you live in New York, now, now I'm in New York for few months, I wouldn't say, live, why you want to go back to Rochester. LA LA. Yeah. Right. I want to go to LA because I feel like Rochester, it gets called a f- and it's just like LA. The thing is with Los Angeles everyone talks about like the weather and that's like the hacky thing to talk about. But it really does just make you feel a lot better about who you are human being. I, I I that's what I say. I love waking up in. Only the only thing I have the only argument I have is that a lot of times, you'll see people be really funny where they're from, and then go out to LA and be funny initially, but then because it's the weather is so beautiful, and you really have nothing to really feel, real good comedy comes from like you go through shit. Like it's freezing out. It's fucking pissing rain. You're just mad. You're on the crowded ask somebody just writing jokes where everything's paradise show by yourself a lot. So watch a comedian special. I'm like guys been in a while. You know what I thought about that? But I just come back to Rochester just get beat up a little bit..
"james davis" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano
"I do my album here to land grew up here. Love the city very much, but I didn't use to use to the city because I moved here when I was thirteen and my parents put me into a private school. Shocker. It was it was one of those private schools. It was just super preppie waspy on three one two three manifest destiny. Our mascot was Andrew Jackson. It was one of the schools were all the kids had last names is I. So roll call just sounded like a list of Instagram filters and Siles of Worby Parker sunglasses. These are some real names of kids, I went to school with there was Townsend towers, McLean, McQueen, Reeves Whitaker. Matthews matthews. I'm Matthew he triple word scored my name, I can't compete with that. My favorite of all of them was my first day there. This guy walks up. He's just tall athletic all American smiley goes. Hi, welcome the love it. My name's Hawkins. Felker. I was like, no, no it's not. That's a law firm. Pretty sir. LLC Hawkins Felker. Are you one person of the two guys who heckle them up? Title. Writs others are intimidating to. My high school was just generations of quarterbacks. Marrying southern belles to the point that our yearbook was basically a brochure for you jenex everyone's lugging, and I don't have good lineage garbage, my mom's side is inbred, Polish Jews, my dad's side is white trash, Cajun's also end bread. So my bloodline is just Masa ball soup made with swamp water. Came out looking like the state bird of Cape Cod. It's weird. That's how I feel like I don't get to complain about highschool. You'll want to get the most honest thing I could say was, yeah. At worse. I felt like a Kohl's model. Ralph Lauren catalog. I'm from the south, but I don't have a southern accent. I have kind of just no accent that because you can't trust someone who doesn't have an accent. I feel like I just saw Mitt Romney or something. Some of my best friends are corporations. Heart heart was so charming in they're funny like him so much. The one downside, though of having a southern accent is it does make everything sound a little more racist. Because you hear someone hears saying about Muslims chewed. Next go, where good. This is the reason I don't have a southern accent is because I talk like my dad, and my dad is Cajun very Cajun. Both parents were actually zatarain's commercial and. He grew up with this thick Cajun accent. But he got rid of it. So he could be taken seriously when he got a PHD in chemistry. But I really wish he had because that's just such a funny everage of technician at allowed. All right. Guys who converted the mass spectrometer into a deep fryer. My dad walks had, like, oh. That's electron. Right. Did I tell you say? Catfish and these schools Gumbo on the control panel lights go out. I don't like being southern is associated with ignorance because I live in California at Californians. Love to judge southerners, even though I find them. No more intelligent. And they'll just say. Religion is stupid. Why would you base your life on a set of antiquated beliefs with no scientific basis? Sorry for being so opinionated because I'm a libra. Shane tour Matthew now on with the great Joel James whose heart of the city episode comes out twenty eighth on comedy central cute. How you doing, bud? I'm doing great. How you doing? You look good. You look like a sexy trendy priest. Thank you. That's what I'm going for black, black everything with nice cross now. Are you religious? Oh, my mom got me this for Christmas. So. She's relig-. My I'm only asking a very religious mother. And that looks like a chain, like a religious mom would buy that. But it just looks good. Found your kid's got good fashion. Nicole, I would agree. Yeah. Best dressed in high school, even though they made fun of me on the city episode because I dropped my highschool facts, but I was prom king stress. Got my vote. Where Where'd you go to high school, Rochester, New York? Where's the episodes foams to I'm hood, bourbon? So I was I'm from the hood, and I'm from the suburbs..
"james davis" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano
"His right hand like looking at the tax hand eating a double cheeseburger from sonic singing like top of his lungs Madonna, and just like it was crazy. I can't do any one of those things like two at a time. I can the fact that he could do all of them very impressive. So hard of the city, Kevin arts, spelled H, A, RT, his show. And we've got an interview coming up later in this episode with what's, what's his name? Nicole Joel James, Joel, James. So stay tuned quickly. I know that I know that from the reviews people hate when I talk, but real quick, which is a nice thing, which is a great thing. Went and boxed this weekend at the oldest Jim in Kentucky. What I was in Cincinnati doing shows with the great sound volcano shadowed salvo Connell shadow. And we went to the box gym the oldest box Jim in Kentucky. And the guy told me that he has pictures with Ali Mike Tyson like everybody Floyd. Mayweather like this guy's legit. He's, he's had the boxing, gym are since one thousand nine hundred sixty eight he started boxing, when he was three he seventy seventy years, foxing three his dad got him into it when he was three so seventy years of boxing experience. It was called shamrocks and. Channel tarmacs and they told us the story. And at first, I was like, there's not it's not true because like whatever, but then he busted out pictures and proved that he said it was like a cold day in the nineteen eighties. And he was training this boxer for the Olympics. And I forgot what the guys name was, but he wound up getting to the Olympics, winning the gold medal, but the heavy bag broke and the kid, just punch right through it, which, you know, it's old shit whatever. And so they had they didn't know what to do, because it's kid needed to train, so they went into the woods with a bow and arrow shot, a DR and Bosch, the no kill the DR. Okay. 'cause he'd like loves animals. This guy he knows how to shoot like fucking avatar lucky shot at, like right through the neck perfect. I can't even do that, like he went out and hunted, the deer what the bow and arrow while his fighter just trained running up and down hills because he didn't want. So he did this all in, like twenty minutes shoot city are in the neck with a bone, our kills a deer skins, it really quickly and. And it was freezing. It was already very cold had the fighter start hitting the skin deer as the punching bag so like blood everywhere, because Does it it doesn't like like free. went ten rounds ten five minute rounds on this, which is to do three three minute rounds his fucking impossible? Yeah. Ten minute around, because he's training for an Olympic fight, and then ten fives and boxing's to be a lot longer back then. So hit this thing. And then they cooked it in ADA, and that was his protein. Tender tenderizer. Crazy thing I've ever seen. And then the guy busted up pictures. And the whole.
"james davis" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano
"You're listening to comedy central. Grew up in Florida. I'm diehard dolphins fan you over the dolphins is like getting tested for TD. I think I could win but I know I don't deserve to. And I don't care that people boo. You need people to hate your team or cheering for your teams. No fun. It's the whole point if I make a sexist joke, and a group of women are offended by it. These same more on guys all the world's so you can't tell jokes anymore. But if I make fun of their team, I will bucking kill you. It is so fun to make fun of people sports teams. I'm actually one of the few people that's diehard heat fan. That's glad LeBron went back to Cleveland. If you've never been to Cleveland congratulations. Cleveland's one of the few places ISIS could fly over and they'd make oh my goodness. What happened down there? No one should have to live like that. Is there anything we can do to help them get back on their feet? That's how bad Cleveland, you can take a newborn baby onstage in Cleveland Ohio, Dowsett and gasoline light it on fire and punted into the crowd, and they will be less offended that if you go, see why the Braun left this shit hole. Which is all I said to start my show and it ruined it. Like they literally were like more. Not gonna laugh anymore. I'm not going to give you your money back. Oh, no. I burnt this market. Let's just put it in perspective for you. They crucified this kid for leaving you forget. He was a kid because he looked forty when he was eight. But he left when he was a twenty five year old billionaire and he's not even from Cleveland. He's from Akron. That's a shittier city ninety miles away and wait for he's from the shitty part of this shittier city. And he just wanted to play basketball someplace else and they killed them. I grew up on a private golf course in Florida if I had a billion dollars when I was twenty five years old. I would shit on this stage, mid set just shit stare at you people continue my act like, hey, pick that up, what picking that up and say, what did you say throw a million dollars at your head, and you bay goddamn? And I'm picking this up on. I would be out of my mind. Or when people get on Justin Bieber for drinking and speeding and his car a twenty one year old billionaire. You wanna know how I would act if I had that kind of money at that age would rollerblade around Los Angeles jerking off on hot chicks. None of you would have an issue with the that's Daniel. He's only twenty one he hasn't figured things out, yet, he's worth a billion dollars. That's pressure that I can't relate to my opening line in New Orleans, beautiful cedar like this. Nice ovation. I walk on stage. The first thing out of my mouth before thank you thought the saints. I'm not gonna panted your city, just because mother nature gave you a much-needed bass? Trust me. When I tell you, no one in here has ever experienced a wave of hatred. Like I have as if the levees had broke again. They lost their mind. They couldn't even comprehend it. Quicken would he say I will murder him where he stands? But then they had the inner dialogue those I joke. We paid a lot go on. And the only reason I say things like that anyways, because back stage I have friends, I won't say an apparently five dollar still means something to me. I'm like, what you don't think are ruined the show watch this? That was Daniel Tosh from his album, people pleaser. And he named the track title. Puce puce. Which is also didn't know how to pronounce it. So I'm glad you said it. I the so he'd Daniel Tosh what he does is he just names. Yeah. The funny thing. This is STAN precursors Steph, no Sandoval Christmas. No. You're krista. Steffano and you are comedy central close in the room..
"james davis" Discussed on KCRW
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"james davis" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano
"I wrote a letter to my dad, I was gonna write I really enjoy being here. But accident he wrote rarely instead of really. I wanted to use it that they want to cross it out. I real- I rarely drive steamboats. There's a lot of shit. You don't know about me. We're trying to act like I'm a steamboat operator. I know this better took a highest turn right away. Hello. And then I like to write a PS. This is what part of the alphabet will look like if Q and our eliminated. I got into an argument with the girlfriend inside of a tent, that's bad place. For an argument is I try to walk out and slammed the flat. How are you supposed to express your anger and this situation zippered really quick? But you. I think big for is blurry. That's the problem. Not the photographers fall big play is blurry. And that's extra scary to me. The live out of focus monster. Roaming, the countryside run buzz. You get out of here. Go. This has been a comedy central podcast..
"james davis" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano
"And I'm curious I'm close to tears cleaning out my dorm room when the phone rings. It's my grandma. Does Anthony heard you're dropping out of school today? How come? I said, you know, God damn well how come grandma? Because you wouldn't give me any money. Anthony, let me ask you this. Did you read your bible, and I just hung up the phone? I'm so pissed off. Took everything out of that room. Last thing I took off the shelf. The last thing I took out of that room was that bible my grandma giving me. Took it off the shelf held in my hands. I'm for the first time, I actually opened it up and right there on the very first page my grandmother's handwriting. It said fuck you. Those Anthony jazz will Nick read your bible from his album comedy central album thoughts and prayers right came out in two thousand sixteen good year two thousand sixteen what were you doing? What are your in kindergarten? So I just finished my fifth birthday. I love was and San Francisco playing the clips that we played were recorded. We got James Davis was recorded Oakland, California. Probably this is the theme. This is not the theme. It's just something. I just noticed woke. We'll guy. Wait, let's go through Maria Bamford recorded in Portland, and then Emily Heller special recording Seattle. So yeah. So Pacific northwest. What else is in San Francisco cluster fed? I'm twenty to the twenty third. I would die for a class, you calmest, Nicole. Yeah. I'll be there. Fuck. Yeah. Dude. I wouldn't miss it for the world. Let's go. Let's go to that. When we get out to the press lets I like to go to that place. You ever been to the stinking rose? No, okay. It's a restaurant in little Italy. Okay. Lee restaurant in little Italy. First of all, we don't talk about on this podcast a lot sonic their sponsor. So no in announcing monster this podcast. Oh, yeah. In and out. It's good. Yes. Good good. Good words. They good thoughts. Good words in and out. We'll go to in San Francisco going to go to the stinking rose. Okay. Because it's garlic everything they have garlic ice cream. Garlic everything. It's like, yeah. My mom. The first time I ever went to San Francisco. I actually went what my mom two thousand six which went on vacation. And we went to Alcatraz. She was like, let's go to this place. So it's like a place. I would never go to what my friends are on comedy. But it's like some mom shit to do bomb shit. You know, I wrote the trial ease, and it was like the. The best trip. And and she took me to the stinking rose, and I fucking loved it. And now, I always go back there. So my treats thinking rose cluster fast, I'm gonna buy I'm gonna buy you lunch because you're millennial and you don't have any fucking money. What I think it'd be like only millennials have lunch. I was like you caught me. I I got. got. Okay. Do you wanna guess the theme of the theme of? So the first clip her was Emily Heller talking about her grandma. Then we got James Davis about social media Maria Bamford over forty dating. And then we finished it all with Anthony Johnson next read your bible here by I think that theme right here is over forty dating social media, grandma. Anthony Chessel talked about grandma grandma's. Our older older women all I guess, it's the thing I figured it was our third episode where over the hill or pros where we're tired. Here's a stupid question that I stall. But I'm going to ask you in any way live on the podcast who if you have to get a hand job you had to get a hand job. It's a it's a must what you have to. Would you rather get paid, grandma or grandpa? You have to answer the question not going to answer that minds my grandpa. I would also choose your grandpa. Homerun alleyoop the Cowboys. Do you joke about getting older a favorite joke about getting older?.
"james davis" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano
"You're listening to comedy central. I just feel like being a grandma is the only way I'm ever going to be considered cool. Like, I'm not cool now as people for fun. I love rules. I love bedtime. I don't really go to parties. When I do like, I smoke a little bit of pot. I go home at nine. But here's the thing. If you're a grandma, and you do that that's pretty cool. Right. That's a cool grandma. You see what I'm saying? That's a low bar. I can clear that bar. That rule doesn't apply to moms though. Right. Like, it's a double standard. Like, if you're at a party, and a mom starts rapping. Everybody's like shut up. Mom. But if a grandma stars, wrapping you're like oh shit. Tabatha pop. Yeah. Emily Heller grandma from her special ice thickener 's she released an international woman's day. What a good woman thing to do to release that special on that day, and she did my show stupid questions, and what's great feminine. Call feminist move yet miss. Listen, miss, Nicole boys is here everyone, MS MS MS boys, do when I forget what someone's first name I called just MS. Just do that work for you. I forgot chalet was Sharp's. First name said, just call her MS sharp, and she enjoyed it. And I enjoyed it. And I think that's just my new thing. I'm gonna do. Now, if I forget just gonna first women's name, the call you Mr. or miss, MS across an agenda. Yes. And I'm always going to assume is and then if you say well, actually, married, I'll say, oh, I'm sorry. Mrs Sharpe, your husband or partners a lucky person. That's what I'll say..
"james davis" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"And put it on your calendar to forget amidst all the the endgame the day's gone the game of thrones stuff next thing. You know, you just forgot it was in your hometown. Also to our patriarch producers. Tom Bach blackjack, James Davis Muhammed Muhamed today were brought to you by Robin Hood and third love. But I will tell you about that later four. Now, let's begin with. What is and forever will be the Roper report? Full some noon news. We have six stories today. Kevin. Oh baker. I started to like chorus up on that's my favorite part. I keep tone, right? Baker says that part the tagline. All right. The first story I wanna start with was not actually picked up in a lot of place. You know, maybe because it's coming from Nick a and is about the versions of switch pro and many that have been discussed I broke on Wall Street Journal and now Nikkei's adding a little more to it. I think because it's just their individual source or maybe just people missed the news this morning, but I noted it. So this story actually comes way of Chris Kohler over atco taco came in a bit late last night. Remember again, these are unverified. Rumors, but they add credence to what we already saw that news which versions are on the way, the first up Nintendo plans to release a smaller cheaper and more portable. Switch model this fall. So following that initial report Andria nikei confirms that Nintendo plans to put out a smaller switch that is geared more. Portable play the intriguing detail. The report though, because we've already heard that was while the main use case of the device is for playing portable outside the home. Nikkei says it will still be able to connect your television. I don't think that's a detail. We knew so it's pause there any surprises on that. Like, do you expect a new version of the switched even believe it's accurate at this point, you want it started with a mini version, of course, intendo has put out another ski at this point of the life cycle. We're seeing the other two consoles winding down or ramping into the next generation the way that Nintendo keeps their hardware. Sales relevant is by making a piece of hardware..
"james davis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The. All right. So if. A nerd like me. Follow research done by Ned Davis. The Ned Davis research that should be a band. It's the net data's as they spin Davis group. James davis. Yeah. Of course song they made famous was give me some love. Gimme some love that was. Was a little slimmer Stevie who is not so little anymore Ron index. Here's here's what they say the standard and Poor's five hundred rose in each of the first three months like it's just done this year. Something that it only happened twenty two times in history. That according to Ned Davis. The net Davis ban. The broad index is followed up those annual starts with an average gain of seven point two three percent. Now, I've been doing some sort of calculations behind the scenes because that's what nerd heads. Do not that I try to predict the market not that I try to anticipate the market not that I try to convince you that this rally can go on not try to convince you that there's a recession ahead just because I'm a nerd head. All right because I like doing it. And I look back at what has happened since October two thousand and seven that was the market peak. Right. October two thousand and seven we all know what happened shortly thereafter. Last last hour. We were talking about value stocks versus road, stocks versus the blend. I just found this interesting. If you were a value investor large value, which many times is the best performing asset class from October two thousand and seven values stocks only up eighty seven point two percent till now till now. Blend of value and growth one hundred and thirty one percent growth. Stocks large company. Great stocks up one hundred eighty six and a half percent. That's if you combine to combine the that's just growth combined value in growth. Oh, you have blended them one hundred and thirty one percent. Okay. Fifty fifty that's in the large category. Since March of two thousand and nine March of two thousand nine that's what at the absolute bottom of the market decline. Fifty seven percent peak Trump, that's the froth value. Stocks up three hundred sixty six point eight. That's an incredible run. The blend more incredibly four hundred seventeen point three percent again. These are large companies. And growth stocks up four hundred and eighty four point three percent. Bested only by mid cap. Think about this mid cap stocks of four hundred and ninety nine point three percent. I bring the somebody who's last hour at an Email and Email said, you know, asked what would how would I invest the stock market portion of one's money or what would I recommend? And I very quickly responded. I don't make those kind of recommendations anymore. But the way I would invest is I would have some enlarge and summoned small and summoned mid and some in real estate and some international and some emerging markets. Okay. You can pick the percentages fill in the blanks, but an equal allocation of small mid and large if you were to take four eighty four four ninety four ninety nine and four sixty and blend them all together, you come up probably with around almost four hundred eighty five. Percent. That's what the market has done. And I think about our good pal who will remain nameless. Because you probably know him, but are good pow who said in August of two thousand and eleven I'm done. I'm out the stock market's going to crater SNP just got downgraded. I'm out and p downgraded government bonds, which was a really stupid thing to do. But even if they wanted to do it the fact that anybody thought it meant anything even dumber so moral of the story. We always have to have a moral the story Ned Davis research shows that in the twenty two times that this has happened in the past that is to say the market went up in January February and March on average the market kept going up another seven point two three percent. That's from the bottom. Obviously, you're going to have some good numbers from the bottom. Sure. It doesn't mean that we were trying to time the market and go down you should have been in March ninth of two thousand nine that's when you should have done this most likely, you're experiencing the lower numbers from October of two thousand seven or some factor of that. Well, yeah. Well, you don't you don't know Joan that is the point. And this is why it's so important that you have a strategy and stick with it. Otherwise, Tony Robbins will call you out. Tony robbins. You know, Tony Tony of was that motivational thing that's the same. But he also has had a stint in finance and 4._0._1._K's V kinda goes to where the food is. Of course. Yes. Quote, Sam kennison moves to where the food is. And very.
James Davis, University Of Mississippi Medical Center And Jackson discussed on Chad Benson
"Jackson police chief James Davis says what was initially thought to be an active shooter at the university of Mississippi medical center turned out to be a drive by in front of the hospital and recovered several showcases of from white decided vehicle. Davis says two
Police: Boy, 3, accidentally shot 9-year-old cousin in Chicago
"In the morning it's time for wgn news this is chicago's very own seven twenty wgn chicago and wgnradiocom if you're us if you have a smart speaker just say play wgn radio on tuna that's different smells smartalec different it's as if you have a smart speaker lau i'm i'm a smart very smart i'm a very smart slip fielder let's see if this works play wgn on in hello there they soothe roger malik what like hitler fica i wanna one in the morning it's time for the news with roger badische and several cheer right now at o'hare is thirty one under mostly cloudy skies after being shot and killed allegedly by their son in his college dorm room last week funeral services were held yesterday for james davis and his wife diver of plainfield going home to being which is also a celebrating it is not a sad occasion is a home go on the couple was killed last week on the campus of central michigan university police say are nineteen year old son james eric davis jr shot his parents with his father's gun in his campus dorm room cmu police say they took davis junior to the hospital the day before the shooting because he was behaving erratically officers believe he may have been on drugs in broad view courtney goose men wgn news shrouded lucelia three year old boy accidentally shot his cousin in the arm yesterday of a home in the thirty three hundred block was fulton in east garfield tammy james is a neighbor fa like i say he the guy goes i should be leaked locked up secure relatives drove a nineyearold girl rush university medical center she was transferred destroyed hospital where she reported in good condition steve bannon former white house chief strategist made a speech to the nationalist anti immigrant national front political party in the northern french city of lille more from abc's chuck secrets on steve bannon defended his controversial views to a friendly audience let them call you racist lesson it listed was epi let them call you xenophobes who men as it is a positive let him call you nativist unless feliz epi nettie this where it as a badge of honour losses to emmanuel macron in the french presidential race aside history is on.
"james davis" Discussed on WJR 760
"The week for james davis senior and diva davis will take place in their hometown of pride bill illinois said today police say the victims were shot and killed last week by their son james davis jr at campbell holland seem use campus amount pleasant james davis jr was charged with their murder along with each heart of a possession of a weapon to commit a murder the gun used in the shooting was registered to james steve is senior davis jr was taken into police custody march third following a fifteen hour manhut he is currently being held in the clearing central michigan hospital for medical treatment elizabeth crenshaw wjr news the battle creek cereal maker kellogg will begin a first round of layoffs at the end of the month wjr's gene fogel has detail the company announced last year that are planned to cut two hundred twenty three jiaozhou looks ready downtown's sharia plant the first fourteen workers will be let go march 31st the cuts are to continue through the end of the year officials have not said whether the number laos scheduled will remain of two hundred twenty three kellogg's officials say the laos are the result of their need to simplify and streamline operations union officials say they are trying to work with the company to reverse that decision gene fogel wjr news a man from inkster is expected to be arraigned today for allegedly shooting her 16yearold son police say the shooting happened thursday morning after the two that into a verbal disagreement the woman made her son leave the apartment but he kept banging on the door that's when she allegedly pulled out a gun and opened fire monroe first a district judge jared kalkin's is charged with transporting of a woman for prostitution and four counts of hiring a woman for prostitution his bond was set at twenty five thousand dollars a probable cause hearing will be held next week for a man from garden city accused of sexual assault of a woman in a vegetative state police say gregory alan brown assaulted the victim last month at a nursing home in wayne the fifty nine year old was taken into custody friday charged and given a five thousand dollar personal bond brown hearing is set for next week wjr.
Travel Snarled, Power Outages As Storm Bears Down On US Northeast
"Be put on hold correspondent steve kastenbaum says even the northeast just like michigan going to get hit with another winter system much of the northeast is under a winter storm warning here in new york city we could get between four and eight inches of snow forecasters say upstate new york could be buried under a foot or more on wednesday interior massachusetts could see eighteen inches or more a new round of power outages disrupted travel and coastal flooding is expected the nineteen year old accused of murdering his parents was charged today james davis jr was charged with two counts of.
"james davis" Discussed on AP News
"Jerk expected to continue uh through tomorrow the storm is also produced a put or more of snow and upstate new york and as far west as ohio police are looking for nineteen year old central michigan university student james eric davis jr accused of killing his parents in the school dorm this morning shooting occurred on the last day of classes before the start a spring break davis father james davis senior was a parttime police officer in chicago suburb the radio's staff at the us embassy in nevada will stay that way here's the ap's mike rossi at the state department ordered the withdrawal of nonessential embassy personnel in havana last october the withdrawal of sixty percent of us diplomats from cuba i came in response to a series of mysterious health attacks that left us personnel in havana with unexplained illnesses at least twenty four americans were harmed with symptoms including memory problems impaired concience tracing irritability balance problems and dizziness by law sunday was the deadline for either sending them back or making the reductions permanent mike rossi washington this is ap radio news the reverend billy graham honored at his funeral today billy graham for don't children are all speakers or preacher well preach the word and graham watts made a pledge to her father's that was shared the gospel and our run my race and live my life so that five minutes before i see jesus i have no regrets she said from heavens perspective her father's death is as significant as his life and his life was very significant oldest son franklin graham said the billy graham people saw was what they saw at home daddy awoke to a we'll see you on this earth again but i will see you again i'll see you maybe soon the not yet i'm ed donahue attorney the brass had company awarded the first border construction project under president trump is owned by a new york firm accused in a government audit of shady billing practices as wef construction is being paid eleven million dollars i tim mcguire ap radio news ap radio news i'd give maguire five people are known dead killed by falling trees brought down by high winds.