18 Burst results for "James Perry"
"james perry" Discussed on Hit Man
"Misuse because he says the book was used exactly Ackley is Paladin intended it to be used based on the fact that it was written as a how to manual Howard likens it to a cookie recipe if you publish a recipe on cookies. He's you expect people to make cookies. It's not convincing at all. That's one of the things that always irritated me by me covers. It assumes there were those twenty two specific esoteric details. He followed to the extent followed any in in the proof on that is week. There were common knowledge in the criminal world and general knowledge to the general public through popular literature. Tom Kelly to the state. It doesn't believe James Perry learned much from the book. Much less followed it. Any plan of who wants to recover money has to prove causation. We'd anticipated an an argument that the book gave Perry the confidence he needed to pull this off. That's something certainly not credible in view of his long criminal history in which he he actually shot and wounded a police officer clearly the murder would have occurred regardless of what was on Perry's nightstand and we know this because we dug into the fax six and James Perry got caught so that's the other part of the argument. It must not have been a very good book. Also this book was sold you know Nat that through channels calculated to reach hitmen only but through national bookstore chains I mean I don't I know what a Hitman only channel would even look like but the point is not everybody who bought this book or read the book turned out to be or turned into a hitman sevilla been lending libraries and it actually sold thirteen thousand copies before this happened in the late nineties. It's unthinkable that thirteen thousand hitman bought this this book and Thomas Unthinkable that ten percent of that did it was sold to general undifferentiated audience and with that kind of marketing. It's hard to see how how either the publisher's or the readers could consider this a serious technical manual for independent contractors now. This is really really important. Before this lawsuit progressed all the parties agreed to a set of facts that would eventually come out in trial trial Paladin press stipulated that James Perry followed numerous instructions from Hitman in planning executing in attempting to cover up these murders us that they knew and intended that this instructional manual would be used by criminals to commit criminal acts they made this admission and and what's been called quote almost taunting defiance because they were confident they had first amendment protections and of course the first time they sat before a judge Palden was right but with aiding and abetting theory in hand Howard and John Filed an appeal we went up to the federal circuit and we drew through a judge Ludwig who pretty conservative Guy Actually very conservative guy I think he's been considered for the Supreme Court by every Republican Republican president Judge Michael Bloomberg was appointed to the US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in Nineteen ninety-one by former president George Bush before that he was an assistant an attorney general at the US Department of Justice so we get to the argument and were up first and looted comes in and he's got a note book Doc. Maybe three inches thick with I'd save two hundred colored tabs. I no idea what any of this meant the other than we were pretty sure he was prepared so the argument begins and my sense was on our getting creamed. This is how appellate arguments go if the judges are engaged they love to basically make you feel like you're complete idiot and and then the other side God up and Ludwig just let them have it. It was so clear that he was not ruling for them. It was thirty minutes of him tearing their case to shreds his opinion was that the First Amendment Edmund did not protect this speech and that our theory of aiding and abetting was valid so we we got our victory. Judge Ludwig reversed the lower court's decision saying they'd Misunderstood Brandenburg Brandenberg. He wrote a sixty five page opinion that I distill down to one sentence and that one sentences. This shit isn't protected again Paul mcmasters well I was I have to tell you a little bit. Surprise as others have noted also also just seem personally offended by the existence of the Hitman manual and for my perspective at led him took a wrong decision. This opinion is really something. Judge Ludwig lists passages from the book saying these selections are quote but a small fraction of the total number of instructions that appear in the one hundred thirty page manual and the court has even felt it necessary to commit portions of these few illustrative passages in order to minimize the danger to the public from their repetition here it. I thought a lot what about that when making this podcast you've heard US quote the book quite a bit but what we've shared. That's a fraction of the passages. This judge even included anyway he goes on to say after carefully and repeatedly reading Hitman in its entirety. We are of the view that the book so overtly promotes murder order in concrete non abstract terms that we regard as disturbingly disingenuous both Paladins cavalier suggestion that the book is essentially a Comic Book Doc who's fantastical promotion of murder no one could take seriously he's basically saying Howard and John's aiding and abetting theory applies in this specific case Ludik also outlines why and how this case special he says Paladins astonishing stipulations coupled with the extraordinary ordinary comprehensiveness detail in clarity of hit man's instructions for criminal activity in murder in particular the boldness of it's palpable exhortation to murder are the alarming power and effectiveness of its peculiar form of instruction the notable absence from its text of the kind of ideas for the protection of which the First Amendment exists and the books evident lack of any arguably legitimate purpose beyond the promotion teaching of murder render this case Ason unique in the law.
"james perry" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"Become a neutral will and what that stands as an aggregation these little tiny seeds of metal they start to grow the trick however is to get them to grow in the right way into all stop growing at the same time so you can imagine it's like a whole little tiny chunks of battle and the all star slowly growing together and then you stop it when it reaches the right size or you've used up all the met lines solution solution. Even though it's using goals there's only a tiny amount of golden this bottle here and already very strong color so the interactions with light very strong so you don't need much gold to do this. Jeremy Boomberg. They're taking me through the joys of stained glass now. We don't usually think of glass as being particularly tough in fact our opinion is usually that it's the opposite fragile but can we make our glass tougher and can we ever make it bulletproof and if so how would James Perry from the University of Cambridge looks at this kind of science and he's here to help us out James. Welcome to the program first of all why why is glass week in the first place I take a piece of glass and a lot something at it like a stone or something because Masher window why so turns out that the theoretical maximum awesome strength of class. If you decide exactly where you were putting all of those atoms of Silica oxygen is about a thousand times stronger than actual an actual lump of have class brittle materials glasses a prime example of this their defamation and failure up largely driven by floors and projections particularly cracks so as you call a material down it shrinks so few when you according you'll class at drinks down and the surface of it looks a little bit like a dried a pond with cracks all over the place so cracks are particularly problematic contention or if you bend him tools if you take a place of glass and you start bended ended the outer edges intention and the energies in compression the outer edge as you pull it a lot of this force in order the stress gets concentrated traded at the very tip of those little cracks so all of that force is concentrated on just one atomic bond which eventually will pop open the much lower stress than it would take to expand onto like a zipper is almost going to propagate yet down into the material so once it gets started it is going to accelerate precisely and you you said something interesting because she said when it cools down you end up with outside coup is going to call a bit faster than the inside and that's. GonNa have the effect of making those pondering calls as you say because you'll you'll get the outside being relatively stretched etched on the inside squeezed a bit. Is there any way of intervening to to change that then so that we don't end up with the glass being vulnerable in that way yes very much so so if we go back to the sixteenth century there's a fun little thing that came across the Royal Society called Prince Rupert's drops so if you take a blob of hot molten glass and drop it in a pool of water it freezes and it turns into essentially a tadpole and that tadpole you can walk with a hammer on the head or you can even shoot shoot. Let Bill it at it and it won't do anything but if you just tweezers detail your fingers it will immediately shattered into a million tiny pieces why so skip forward a couple of years to the turn of the century and we realized that by cooling very rapidly we'd toughened glass now how we use high pressure air instead of water you cool the surface very rapidly in that cools and then the inner bit cools much more slowly but as it calls it also so reduces in volume and so it ends up pulling outside edges in leaving it in the middle intention and the outside and compression and that stops stops a lot of those little cracks of the surface opening up which means if you are then loading this toughened glass then it's got to overcome the compression that's already under and then the tension required before it will fail so why does nipping off the end break it this toughened glass that is used for things like shelves or anything else you might find in the house you don't want it to fall apart a smallest knock the problem is it will fail and will fail really quite catastrophically because as soon as you break break through the layer and manage to tweak the tensile bit in the middle it pins apart so the drop the tail is so thin that outside compressive suppliers incredibly fit and so you firing these cracks right the way through from the tie-up top so the same kind of thing happens with toughened glass in that when it smashes ashes it pulverizes into thousands of tiny little cubes usually which in some applications is really useful because you don't end up with big pointy shots what you end up with a pile of little like a windscreen does you. You don't want to impale the drive. The you won't little bits of glass brushoff precisely but that's not so useful if for example you want to be able to still keep that barrier intact after that initial impact in other words bulletproof glass because you you want the the glass so that it will not fail in that catastrophic way across your whole windscreen and somehow somehow also be there as defense against the next projector because otherwise you could kill someone by firing bullets to demolish the windscreen and it might fend off the first bullet but if the whole thing smashes to pieces you for the next one and it goes straight through so how do we how do we stop that how it'll be toughened up last above a certain amount of force was that amount of stress you all going to cause some damage. You can't get away from that. Fact so the trick then is is to build your material such that I a single impact that amount of damage isn't going to completely catastrophically destroy material so you can do that by building up in why is the first layer is gloss which is very very strong and so that will help dent the projectile and soften it up so he goes from a very pointy tip too much flato additive. The energy of a bullet is not actually very much but it's very focused on a small area so if you can distribute it out then it's easier to slow down and that's where the second layer comes in so so behind it you put a polycarbonate usually a plastic which is very soft for very tough so it can deform an awful lot and absorb an awful lot of the energy in the process of doing so so what's an interesting thing actually finish on is the fact that you can have one way glass so if you have of class followed by layer of polycarbonate the glass flattens the bullet the polycarbonate catches whatever's left so what's. Nice illustration of this is the fact that if you're firing in one direction you had the gloss I buy flattens the bullet and doc moves into a polycarbonate layer which then absorbs energy. If however you're firing back in the other direction you I punched straight through the polycarbonate layer fire hit the gloss layer which then fails intention and spoils lots of small fragments of glass said James Bond could if he wanted to shoot some enemies from inside the car and his bulletproof glass windscreen will allow him to do that but as long as he doesn't shoot. I is going to fend off any of the enemies bullets. Yes so long as you put your glass the window driveway right around that wouldn't work could it. Does it really work. Can you really fend off a bullet with glass or is it. They're really to stop your windscreen demolishing with a stone or something but not bullet yes so possibly a better description would be bullet resistant plastic with a bit of glass so for start these do things pretty thick you can have them up to a couple of inches thick and so obviously an awful lot of energy can be absorbed. It's worth pointing out the to use the James want analogy I think it was tomorrow. Never dies has a call where the bad guys are trying to break into it using hammers and bullets and absolutely nothing happens the surface of the windows in the car that is not the case you will cause some damage relatively easily but it'll take a lot lot more effort to damage damage all the way through those multiple layers in order to get inside James. Thank you ever so much for coming in and sharing your wisdom telling us all about it. That's James Perry from the University of Cambridge and thanks to our other guests this week you heard Jeremy Bamberg Patty Royal Ron Wood and the.
Crystal Clear About Glass
"Now. We don't usually think of glass as being particularly tough in fact our opinion is usually that it's the opposite fragile but can we make our glass tougher and can we ever make it bulletproof and if so how would James Perry from the University of Cambridge looks at this kind of science and he's here to help us out James. Welcome to the program first of all why why is glass week in the first place I take a piece of glass and a lot something at it like a stone or something because Masher window why so turns out that the theoretical maximum awesome strength of class. If you decide exactly where you were putting all of those atoms of Silica oxygen is about a thousand times stronger than actual an actual lump of have class brittle materials glasses a prime example of this their defamation and failure up largely driven by floors and projections particularly cracks so as you call a material down it shrinks so few when you according you'll class at drinks down and the surface of it looks a little bit like a dried a pond with cracks all over the place so cracks are particularly problematic contention or if you bend him tools if you take a place of glass and you start bended ended the outer edges intention and the energies in compression the outer edge as you pull it a lot of this force in order the stress gets concentrated traded at the very tip of those little cracks so all of that force is concentrated on just one atomic bond which eventually will pop open the much lower stress than it would take to expand onto like a zipper is almost going to propagate yet down into the material so once it gets started it is going to accelerate precisely and you you said something interesting because she said when it cools down you end up with outside coup is going to call a bit faster than the inside and that's. GonNa have the effect of making those pondering calls as you say because you'll you'll get the outside being relatively stretched etched on the inside squeezed a bit. Is there any way of intervening to to change that then so that we don't end up with the glass being vulnerable in that way yes very much so so if we go back to the sixteenth century there's a fun little thing that came across the Royal Society called Prince Rupert's drops so if you take a blob of hot molten glass and drop it in a pool of water it freezes and it turns into essentially a tadpole and that tadpole you can walk with a hammer on the head or you can even shoot shoot. Let Bill it at it and it won't do anything but if you just tweezers detail your fingers it will immediately shattered into a million tiny pieces why so skip forward a couple of years to the turn of the century and we realized that by cooling very rapidly we'd toughened glass now how we use high pressure air instead of water you cool the surface very rapidly in that cools and then the inner bit cools much more slowly but as it calls it also so reduces in volume and so it ends up pulling outside edges in leaving it in the middle intention and the outside and compression and that stops stops a lot of those little cracks of the surface opening up which means if you are then loading this toughened glass then it's got to overcome the compression that's already under and then the tension required before it will fail so why does nipping off the end break it this toughened glass that is used for things like shelves or anything else you might find in the house you don't want it to fall apart a smallest knock the problem is it will fail and will fail really quite catastrophically because as soon as you break break through the layer and manage to tweak the tensile bit in the middle it pins apart so the drop the tail is so thin that outside compressive suppliers incredibly fit and so you firing these cracks right the way through from the tie-up top so the same kind of thing happens with toughened glass in that when it smashes ashes it pulverizes into thousands of tiny little cubes usually which in some applications is really useful because you don't end up with big pointy shots what you end up with a pile of little like a windscreen does you. You don't want to impale the drive. The you won't little bits of glass brushoff precisely but that's not so useful if for example you want to be able to still keep that barrier intact after that initial impact in other words bulletproof glass because you you want the the glass so that it will not fail in that catastrophic way across your whole windscreen and somehow somehow also be there as defense against the next projector because otherwise you could kill someone by firing bullets to demolish the windscreen and it might fend off the first bullet but if the whole thing smashes to pieces you for the next one and it goes straight
"james perry" Discussed on KCBS All News
"It's eight oh five of the bay area's news station KCBS expects sunshine and a lot of it throughout the afternoon today good morning I'm Melissa call Ross and the morning I'm Dan Mitchinson here is what's happening a suspect is in custody after an hours long standoff with police that forced evacuations and a shelter in place order in Vallejo yesterday KCBS is Peter finch has a story it all began about quarter past two Saturday afternoon when a woman called nine one one to say she had been kidnapped and raped when police showed up at a home on willow street the suspect forty one year old I Nell Cole a vocal and took off he ran into a home on Holly street and refused to come out neighborhood resident James Perry was among those who had to evacuate one Vallejo swat team moved in he tells KPIX five really knows out here that I came we came outside we can relieve. and then they would let us out then they finally moved in that it sounded like it back in it ended around eight thirty last night when the swat team entered the home and the suspect peacefully surrendered Peter finch Casey BFI fighters have contained a blaze in Lake County that charred more than fifty acres and had at one point forced the evacuation of several neighborhoods the fire broke out yesterday afternoon in the area of coal creek road and highway twenty nine year Kelsey bill bristling with cal fire tells KCBS that more than a hundred firefighters manage to keep the flames away from nearly one hundred homes here support the ground troops and all the agencies involved did a really good job containing this fire corralling it to a degree and making good containment efforts despite the wind which made some runs in some grass the fire now is a hundred percent contained two fires are burning your Orville of bringing back memories of the camp fire for some people in Butte county who relocated from paradise Swedes fire has burned four hundred acres it is twenty percent contained while the Forbes town fire has burned fifty seven acres and is eighty five percent contained this morning both burning in a rural area just south with west skews me southeast of Orville evacuation orders are in place in two buildings have been destroyed including one home governor governor Newsome.
"james perry" Discussed on Hit Man
"Still calls proximity to the job site site before committing the murders farrell says pay cash which james perry did and to check in using fictitious name but this days inn had a rule if paying with cash he had to show your i._d. I guess the flaw is that he used his correct identification if he hadn't done that do you. You think you would've found him. I don't know if he used a phony name and had phony i d i don't know that we would have <hes> one of the attorneys i spoke with early on in the story said he didn't want hitman in his house. He compared it to a loaded pistol or a vial of poison and i know what he means hitman sitting next to me right.
"james perry" Discussed on Hit Man
"Still calls he'd been in prison for armed robbery but he'd served served his time and now worked for himself as a radio minister spiritual adviser travel across this country. I'm probably needed four or five thousand people that are high the council administer. We're into basically now trying to help people <hes> problems that they possibly have found the surveillance surveillance photo of him. He's wearing a trenchcoat in a prayer cap. He's got aviator sunglasses hanging around his neck. His very stylish perry called himself a case. He's buster. He helped with things like choosing lottery numbers in counseling people on their marriages. They'll people that bill clinton things have in their live from the witchcraft. They have pain when that body we free form and we are to give them a positive. Attitude is my belief. Is that whatever you think help to help because they have cancer. It can be absolved. I'm going to take you through all the twists and turns of this investigation but just know that eventually investigators executed executed a search warrant on perry's house and he had a kind of a storefront. I want to call it a church but i guess that's what we'll call it. We'll call it a church handle. Lou calling card and there was a soldier of fortune magazine and then there was a catalog paladin press sure enough. We learned that james perry had in fact ordered these two books how to be a hitman by rex farrell and this book on how to make disposable silencers silencers. We ordered of course these books as well. Do you remember the first time you saw that book. Yeah i do. I i looked at it and i couldn't believe it. I don't wanna say i was appalled. Uh for a minute. I thought it was a joke was kind of just a gag gift but i got to thinking that. Maybe you know some people take it. Seriously and perry was interested in it. Investigators found striking similarities between the tips found in hitman in the murders of millie trevor and janice the first i item on farrell's basic equipment checklist an air seven rifle which investigators believe was used in these murders shoot at close range quote aim for the head preferrably the eye sockets if you are a sharp shooter established a base at a motel in close proximity to the job site site before committing the murders farrell says pay cash which james perry did and to check in using fictitious name but this days inn had a rule if paying with cash he had to show your i._d. I guess the flaw is that he used his correct identification if he hadn't done that do you. You think you would've found him. I don't know if he used a phony name and had phony i d i don't know that we would have <hes> one of the attorneys i spoke with early on in the story said he didn't want hitman in his house. He compared it to a loaded pistol or a vial of poison and i know what he means hitman sitting next to me right.
"james perry" Discussed on WEEI
"If you wanna get in talking Lakers, talking NBA is on your mind here in the opening hour of the show, we will pivot to college hoops coming up forty past the hour, Pat Kennedy espionage in radio hoops, analysts former head coach at Florida state and the Paul will join us, we'll talk some college hoops, busy weekend. In college hoops, says we are another week closer to selection. Sunday on March seventeen so that two weeks ago from selection Sunday, actually, two weeks exactly from where we are. Right now is selection Sunday. So I'm ready. You're ready. We are already for the March madness. And we'll check in with Pat Kennedy coming up at forty past the hour. So we're talking about the Brian and what a disgrace the Lakers lost a Phoenix was last night. And I got a tweet from James Perry who tweeted in at Jake, asthma, if you wanna get involved in the show that way, he tweets LeBron screwed up by not taking Darryl MAURICE deal for him. Mauri is the jail. The rockets he wanted to be with his family and moved them to LA, which is understandable. His actions, however indicate that he really wanted the warriors to be the favorites to win a championship. Once again, here's the thing. I think LeBron realized that by going to the Lakers he didn't have a chance to win this year. And I don't think any of us would really criticize the Brian if the Lakers got into the playoffs as. A six or seven seed like what they were projected to do going into the year. And they lost a Golden State either in round one round two whatever know we knew LeBron was not going back to the finals this year when he signed with the LA Lakers. We knew that they weren't good enough. It's how the season has gone about is why it's bad look. And you know, I saw Laker fan. I follow on Twitter, one of my friends from college say, you know, who by the way, Lakers fans being from I'm from New York. So, you know, talk about a guy being a Lakers fan from New York up front runner. I'm I digress though. But this guy on Twitter was basically saying, well, you know, the Lakers aren't any good. So let's stop talking about a team. That's not very good. They're gonna miss the playoffs. Like, they're not. They have a bunch of scrubs on the team. That's not true. Be. It's how this season has transpired. Why joke why it's a national embarrassment? You have LeBron constantly belittling his teammates throwing them under the bus. You have LeBron never buying into Luke Walton from the start and you hear the rumblings at Tyler might be the next coach of the Lakers. Oh, man. It's amazing. You have a little broad at their every single bad loss. It seems like he's Instagram and one of his accomplishments all just passed. So. And so on the top, ten assists. Lists. You lost to the sun you lost to the grizzlies. What are you doing? And then the worst part which derailed. The season was trying to force the Anthony Davis trade saying I'm going to trade the entire roster for Anthony Davis, all you on the roster are worth nothing to be on the brought this is my other favorite thing. Lebron has done this year. He's asked about, you know, during all the trade rumors, you know, what his vice would is to the young players, you know, for the trades to avoid all the trade. Rumors and not let it affect them. And he goes, well, you know, they really gotta stay off social media. You know, I learned that a long time ago. Lebron is always on social media. The is always doing something on his Instagram or Twitter commenting on something promoting his HBO show is ESPN show his two chains album. I mean, this is a basketball player. I think sometimes the Brian forgets that he's famous for being a basketball player. I I understand this more than an athlete mantra. He he abides by. And he does some great things for charity. And he I think LeBron considering his stature overall you couldn't ask for a better superstar for the NBA for the last almost twenty years. Yeah. And to your point of what you just mentioned, he's never been a subject of a frigging trade discussion. Well, that's that's a great point too. But the point is like LeBron sometimes it feels like this year. Not even some. Sometimes it has felt like this does not realize that he's famous for being a basketball player. I that LeBron is a great player. An all time great player, and he is a celebrity one of the most famous people on the planet because of his basketball prowess, not because of his to change album or because of his HBO show. And it just feels like he has forgotten that this year, then he wants to take no responsibility. And this is blown up in his face. And it's embarrassing. It really is. The fact that the Lakers record a year ago was twenty eight and thirty four and a year later, they add LeBron James and now there are thirty and thirty three they're just two wins better than what they were a year ago. That's an absolute disgrace. And one thing I want to get into here with the Lakers. I'm watching ESPN because I'm watching the rockets Celtics game today, and they tease a graphic at halftime. And they're having this legitimate discussion of half to half halftime with the rockets and the Celtics game. There's ESPN was debating if they should shut if the Lakers should shut LeBron down for the season. Are we serious here? So LeBron doesn't have to play. But his teammates had to go out. There be belittle by the guy oh year, and then they need to lose. Because lebrons. The all time NBA leader, plop minutes and fifteenth and regular season minutes. Are we serious? We're going to debate it LeBron should not play anymore. He's your play now because you're not going to be playing in the postseason. He'll get his time off. He's not going to be playing into the month of June. This season's going to be over the first week in April whenever the NBA regular season ends mid April the playoffs last four years. It feels like it's ridiculous. But people pay to watch the brawn James Lakers fans bought season tickets for the Bron James and ESPN wants to shut LeBron James down just he should play because he's a basketball player. Shut them down to go. Make some more HBO barbershop TV shows with Anthony Davis and Antonio Brown. Great. I mean, the Lakers are such a mess. If I was a Lakers fan. I would be absolutely livid. I love to hear for some Lakers fans because you know, there's a lot out there as we all know, call into the show, eight hundred seventy seven seven to nine zero seven if you want to get involved now, you know, my producer Jose who does a phenomenal job here on the network working on a Sunday which normally his day off. Here's here's a work weekends. But here is on a Sunday evening stepping up for us here at ESPN ESPN radio. We thank you. What would you guys do without me? Jose brought this point to me. And it was funny because I had a very similar tweet while watching Kyrie Irving, and the Celtics get blown out from most of the game, the Houston Rockets, and by the way, this rockets game the rockets steamrolled them for the first three quarters Kyrie's on the bench and the Celtics going to run a mega close coincidence. No, look at the numbers Celtics play better than Kyrie Irving is not out there, which is wild. So hosego's. Why don't we talk about like how much the broad and kyri like regret leaving the Cavs? And like what situations worst? The Lakers failures are kyri in the Celtics jiving and not figuring it out. And today we'll start with the first part of the question. Lebron situations far worse because at least get a chance to play in the playoffs abroad is not to get that chance which is a joke. And there's also the sons, but I had this tweet during the game. So the Lakers and the bronze stink and the Celtics and carry don't match imagine that LeBron kyri ever teamed up. They'd went a lot. I'd imagine. Did pretty well on Twitter. Don't spend your time. Speculating are things that will never happen or have never happened. I know right. I mean, imagine the Bronx higher ever teamed up. Why why haven't they done that? When a lot of games. I mean, but that's the point. Right. I mean, how much do you think looking back on it? And you know, speaking of with ESPN, there's a very good thirty for thirty on shack and penny penny. Hardaway and Shaquille O'Neal, how they didn't make it work in Orlando, and that's both of their big regrets that they couldn't make it work together in Orlando. They would've won a lot of titles together shack and penny penny and shack great thirty for thirty. I have a funny feeling if LeBron LA continues to be this bad and they never win. Again. The Brown navy gets another star. But no one is good. As what kyri was them in Cleveland? There's going to be a part of that documentary, and it's gonna be LeBron Kyrie where went wrong because those guys had something special. I understand that they weren't as good as the warriors when they added Kevin Durant. You guys wanna title together? They came back down three one together as gifted as the brand was during that finals run coming back down three one was Kyrie hurt the biggest shot of the series and game seven, and you just wonder now when you see kyri so unhappy in Boston. And all the rumors that is you'll leave in the back that he doesn't seem the vibe well with his teammates and even said that he called LeBron during the season to apologize for how he was when he was a young player when the Brown was trying to lead. Both those guys had no idea how to lead this year. I just wonder if we're going to get to a point a couple of years now where we talk about what could have been with the Cavs the back that with kyri and the Braun. They went to the NBA finals each year they were together and Kyrie gets traded. And now, we're never gonna know what could have been with those two guys. And the fact that the Ron and Kyle Lowry couldn't make it work. They couldn't find out a way to coexist long-term where the Brown when he starts feeding into, you know, no longer having to be the best.
"james perry" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Talk radio no nonsense since breakfast with julia hardly brew on seoul radio we'll get yes or king yes indeed we will get you took he we gotta you tweeting as well today opposed two thousand adults has been looking at what what you miss from the paul's what are you nostalgic for particularly in the age of the high tech gadgets and they'll throw that does everything for you cds good yellow pages you don't need to call one nine two you don't need to look up an encyclopedia of go google what are you nostalgic for well the things we miss most apparently number one making mix types sowed dates us putting photos albums are also going to the chemist with you with your film not know why she wants on it and then finding what it is a rare handwritten letters and having pen friends member that going to travel agent to research a holiday and remembering will having to remember phone numbers by heart some of i've been asking you to tweeted at sought radio james perry said well he misses this common courtesy good manners respects elders in children playing outside without worry or concern i think i miss that the most volvo fact says thatcherism and good tv basically i the 80s nigel says pressing the buttons on the teddy it was great exercise this is true w just say we just stay flower decipher day with and j d h five his tee rubber teddy tech's ice and love playing a game called bamboozle earth at plenty more of those coming and keep them coming uh still in the studio with me at all morning andrei woke economists will you observer and matthew doyle form a special advisor to tony bland i cannot wait to their faces where we talk about this next story because his blows might might now does it all talk about your parents behavior at school gates of whether you know sometimes this okay gore or swearing open battle do what i do at the school gate what she's shout to all the moms who because it go 4x4 think that the rules about walked on the at his exact line don't apply to them you know who you are yes exactly those people they worry about mike is you just worry about your own kid apparently that akg here let it go anywhere things a worse in county durham it would appear.
"james perry" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"This brother there is on another level he's not playing this is not some do that flowing with the rest of the team and all you know what let me shoot this open jump shot here no he's pulling up for 3s abroad space liberal god's at a whole at a layup kevin durant come back and slammed the tomahawk dunk lou liberal hits a j kevin durant comes a speights hits a three the broad days drafted a ho kevin durant comes death he drafted a whole he is coming four look prone james perry it he's not playing he's not playing and somewhere along the way clearly is gonna have to figure out a way to do something about it because i got news for you the cleveland cavaliers squad i watch it does not have any answer for this golden state warriors team if the cleveland cavaliers don't make a move before the nba trading deadline they are going home in five games if they make it back to the nba finals moment jalen rose came off first take today and said the cleveland cavaliers are gonna get swept in the finals you know what the fallout from that's going to be right the broad james lievin isaiah thomas not getting his money cleveland fallen off the map in this border professional basketball i mean there's some serious collateral damage if somehow some way they don't get their act together it at eight seven to nine three seven seven six is the number to call into the stephen a smith show that's eight eight eight.
"james perry" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"The wpro providence a cumulus station appeared eu said seven o'clock good morning rear brought to you this seven o'clock news by eastside clinical lab the president this morning he is vowing to level the playing field that asian trip continues as we check in the president is in beijing actuality i do blame past administrations for allowing this out of control trade deficit to take place and to grow president trump pretending to state dinner in his honour in a beijing president to the first lady arriving at the great hall of the people the held to be golden haul the trump tweeted standing ovation when they arrived at four and that events of the purity's time is seven old latest out of the troubles down there in east greenwich right east greenwich who knew well council reacting to plans this in response to recharge throwing out the hiring they're controversial town manager wpro's paul zangari has the update judge susan were girl rules the council's hiring of manager gael corrigan's invalid saying the closed meetings in which he was hired violate the stayed open meetings act the ruling voids all of cohen's actions in office a firefighter who had been fired by corrigan james perry and the firefighters union brought the case named president suzy anke says any violations of open meetings regulations were not intentional she adds the council plans to meet next tuesday to quote addressed the court's decision and ragged all town actions that taken place twenty sagged paul zangari wpro news time east greenwich up to protect.
"james perry" Discussed on Super Station 101
"The same thing i think so and and you know in the picture that are put up on facebook we're not picture taken originally was actually taken it a little establishment in auburn tracing are down there for a up for our ballgame and she said to me when i would i the picture will take there's actually take about my daughter who happen to work at this establishment of the term she was in school she was a comet to me why we look so much better retains i mean white people go out of their way to dr that's right and again in the winter months i am i am so fair i you know i i don't have white skin i have almost translucent edge james perry yeah i mean you could see the veins in my body and so abbott baker walking skeletons so i don't know that sense starving that they elected the pitiful it is now thought this whole program is disturbing idle doesn't need halloween no i don't even want to bring toyo this conversation as well because i'm just curious is that if if we're going to go out of our way to modify or enhance our appearance by change in certain color aspects of our hair or skin or the desire of caucasian people to be darker is that inherently race what do you think toyo i don't think is races but i know for african american women they feel like lighter skin tone are more privileged so it's something deeper sometimes but i do like with joe say now i will use that also about the tanning bathe everything is questionable like wade is out of these come from well and isn't it kind of the same thing i mean it is navia is being racially insensitive can't you make the same argument that the tanning bad that though the marketing posts for that it is is racially insensitive to white people but it just you don't ever hear about it goes back to what joe said though in in that they didn't do this without doing some form of marketing testing dr arnn no and obviously if these in this case african american or black women are desirous of this end result then does that make them racist i mean dc it'd be too i just wanna get to here the whole racism thing i know it exists i.
"james perry" Discussed on KOMO
"Of the upper 50s for highs in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell loud and a little bit of shower activity in some spots of fifty nine degrees in seattle right now komo news time 806 seattle mayor all candidates jenny durkin and carry moon faced off in their latest debate last night and come jeff pohjola has more on what happened the debate was held at st james cathedral in the issue of homelessness quickly became topic number one mood argued that the city should stop sweeps of illegal homeless encampments but durkin argued that those encampments are dangerous and need to be cleaned out the seattle pi reports that durkin also pushed for a rent voucher program and building a thousand new units of micro housing moon on the other hand backed a proposal to provide space for the homeless living in their rvs the two candidates will debate again on october the 10th and will air that live right here on komal radio jeff pohjola komo news seattle police are preparing to deploy their new body cameras in the west precinct this weekend of the show them often neighbors yesterday officer niksic housekey says this is gonna be a delicate balance balancing the privacy transparencies aids is stuff the virtually all seattle police officers will have body cameras redmond police are sorting through evidence they seized after a twoyear operation targeting a pawnshop suspected of dealing stolen property officer sees computers from the a1 cash now pawnshop in kirkland james perry with redmond police says focusing on property crime and making sure pawnshops are operating legally may perpetuate the problem by encouraging people to commit these property crimes perry says pawnshops provide a venue to distribute the property wanted stolen he says people in the neighborhood were actually cheering when they served a warrant of frightening situation yesterday morning it's span away lake high school police say a student for some reason planned to rob another student said he was waiting at a bathroom stall until there was only one other person in the restroom he came out holding a knife and they say he demanded the victims wow all it or the victim weekly ran out and down a crowded hallway the suspect came out other students quickly got the knife out of his hand no one was hurt deputies say they were told the suspect suffers from some mental health issues prosecutors have charged a.
"james perry" Discussed on KOMO
"And they say even if he was prescribed it and still no evidence that he actually took it and was under its influence during the commission of those crimes carleen johnson komo news seattle police officers in the west precinct will start wearing their new body cameras this weekend cohost hemi muhtaseb says the department showed the baath last night and got mixed reaction neighbors are getting a close up look and feel that the body cameras seattle officer it'll be wearing on the streets with a camera you can record interaction between an officer and the public and provide that level of transparency but some neighbors still had questions about privacy and there are some cases when you just don't want a video of you or your loved one out there for the public to see especially if it's one of the worst days of your life officer stabile have to be vigilant when releasing information federal law these private kirkland pawnshop was raided by police after a twoyear investigation into stolen property james perry with redmond police as people in the neighborhood cheered when they serve the warrant on the a1 cash now pawnshop he says shops like that perpetuate the problem by encouraging people to commit property cry allowing people to have a venue to distribute the proper he wants it stolen police seized computers in their search of the shop no arrests so far a student at span away lake high school is in custody after being accused of planning to stab a classmate during a robbery investigators say it happened yesterday morning when the student tried to rob another student in a bathroom the victim brand other kids got the knife away from the student no one was hurt in some of the kids say the students who staged all of this has mental issues with flu season just about here health leaders say it's important.
"james perry" Discussed on KOMO
"Spread of the fire and experts think it burning itself out state patrol is looking for a car that was involved in a threecar crash yesterday state patrol says two drivers were raising resulting in a threecar crash that left at least one person with lifethreatening injuries detectives are looking for information from anybody who witnessed what happen ribbon police are sorting through evidence after a twoyear operation targeting a pawnshop suspected of dealing stolen proper pretty officers to use computers from the a1 cash now pawn shop in kirkland at this point nobody's been arrested they're still investigating james perry with red been police says they're focusing on property crime and making sure pawnshops are operating cleanly is key part of that they perpetuate the problem by encouraging people to commit these property crimes and perry says they provide a venue to distribute the property once it stolen he says people in the neighborhood were cheering when they serve warrant practice field will look a whole lot brighter for some high school athletes next year in seattle the district is installing fueled lights at five different schools gomes christian drew has more on the plan so planes our desire to mitigate the impact of the districts changes in school start times that were pushed back more than an hour or really excited about it i think it expands the opportunities for our students burned in of seattle public schools says it's all about getting more use on the fields for students and the community we have an increased number of people moving into the district so we have an increased demand for field use the lights would be installed around the perimeter of the field comply with guidelines set by the city's parks department from dusk until eleven o'clock the lights are also designed to have less glare at night for me it should be fine i know that for other people it would be a more difficult living situation sandy kurt slips across the street from the field others have concerns about bright lights noise and traffic all things the district considered when putting together the plans i think it would be a good idea because like me early in the dark even when the lights are up football games will still be played at memorial stadium near downtown these fields we'll get a whole lot more use the exciting especially as the years though oxide there have two more.
"james perry" Discussed on WTMA
"That could also cause a problem we see that with some of the um dsl products where they do the same thing where they bonn channels and uh some of the channels just won't bond properly and all of a sudden you you know you're supposed to have ten magp out or twenty maggao you only have two or three and you reboot the equipment you run it again and now you have ten magainin an hour later right back down to two or three and the channels are dropping out and so then you end up with a very very poor performance on outbound uh so and that and that interestingly um kengo just one way though in that particular type of scenario i i will look at your outbound speed and and used to comcast beat as late as opposed to some of the other speed tadayuki test carol current emmys be tested a great i mean i love that site but comcast's as our own so that's why you're not travelling over somebody else's network which could potentially affect how things are going okay great you know what james perry that up nowhere as a repair appreciate it i'm gonna go hang out i'm i'm going to do become speed is on agents you finally the upstream video approach pete yeah and if israel low then i would get them back on the phone and say you know you can check back and listen and motorola surfboard same same motor my use the same one that we sell and i recommend i love that modem as far as i'm concerned is probably the best on the market says of really high quality modem they used comcast you see users modems and then they gone away from that to the wrote kind of a lower in one so okay thank you sir thank you bye bye i'm telling you can you can mess with a lot of things we people don't mess with their internet connection are they entered as dale i'm tanya messes up the whole day and i understand us everybody's this all over the internet out there today to so many so many things you can do on the internet and.
"james perry" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Saturday on our sister station am seven nine the home for brown football also going to say about the fill us as coaches show coming up in the mirror moments but phyllis joins me here on the grass show coach oria andy how you doing i am lovely and i mean have you been like he been like scratching the arms like scratching the it's just waiting to play a damn football game yeah you know it uh uh wait is at the ivy league it's not easy pro football started and everybody else in college football is started high school football is played two or three gave haven pop warner's played but not the ivy league were were still waiting to get our season started put were anxious and we're ready well and you're gonna go against a uh a guy the you know very well on the other side line will be one of your former core of the heck's james perry you get ready to take on bryant dino bryant's already played two games coach what have you seen of the bulldogs on film well the problem we don't get the exchange film because we don't play a game and we have no all we we have to go into this kind of lying the that yeah we can kind of understand you know who's the getting the touches like the the matti soul and you know we can kind of see what's happening as far as turnovers and things like that but there is no film exchange in that first game because what an advantage out would be if they're given up their two games work given of.
"james perry" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"End of the day it's really all about me of course it is so when you go to rule gives you never know you may you're watching a game that i might be calling this year in fact about this my first game is that you mass on august 26th where they're playing host to haul why i talk about a crash course in learning not only about a football team but about a lot a very tall new in hawaii and polynesian tight names with a lot of like a posture fees in them in i'm on i'm having real trouble good way to start the a season off though good to keep it on your toes very much so hawaii's have a linebacker that is definitely on the radar of the of the nfl in look we're we're going to bring you couch hoban coverage uh obviously here on the ground show on wpro every wednesday fill less this will join us amazed every wednesday where thought the phil as and we're taught the sky grimly during the football season which will be fantastic and a lot of fun and i'm sugar james perry on from bryant and jim fleming or get form on down at uri and hit the hippie three local college programs every friday we're also going to give you some ross going to give you your schedule to where you know exactly what's going on in the world of pro and college football here on the grass show so yeah the cultural ball schedule is set and whether it's college appro great deals at rubies at tailgate special is awesome and again make sure you sign up six 300 wpro dot com to sign up to be a great show facing i vip where you're going to.
"james perry" Discussed on KOMO
"The city of seattle seeking up to three million dollars in damages more from komos jeff pohjola on heckert who sued murray himself then dropped the suit once murray decided not to seek reelection now wants to see itself to pay the claimed says murray utilized in abused his position of power and pope falsely and defamatory accused mr heckert of participating in an anti gate rightwing conspiracy than quote heckert is asking for one to three million dollars in damages from the city we've reached out to lincoln beauregard hackers attorney and have not heard back the city has declined to comment jeff pohjola komo news seattle times would investigative report about a secret internet group that got busted for a prostitution ring lindt thompson wrote the story group of men are a lot of them were tech workers on the east side who got involved in freeing prostitutes but then going beyond that to write reviews of the prostitutes to format secret group who would promote an advertise korean prostitutes the prostitution took place in high end condos and bellevue some of the men involved were charged with felony use the full stories online and the seattle times state lawmakers believe they're on the way to getting supreme court approval for their planned to change education funding college charlie harger has the update a joint committee held a hearing to discuss the next steps in fulfilling the mccleary decision democratic seat senator david frost saying the report from the committee will be sent to the supreme court along with a report in support of the planned sent from the attorney general's office the plaintiffs in the case represented by mr ahern at others and amicus since other groups that want to weigh in walls will have an opportunity within the next thirty days i believed to file their briefs there could be some squint briefing after that and then the court will either ask for an oral argument or issue in order some time i'm guessing in the in the fall early fall courses up to the court to decide whether the legislature has gone far enough with its mccleary fix charlie harger komo news a sketch of what redman police described as a very busy the burglar he's described as asian in his mid to late twenties five nine or five ten with short black spikyhaired large eyes and prominent eyebrows james perry at the redmond police department says the suspect has targeted up to seventy apartments.