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"james quello" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Overhead this year since the previous administration spent millions on frivolous stopping created more bureaucracy AS somehow I'm being labeled as mismanaging funds I really like to know how and where because it's easy to toss out things like that but if you don't have the facts to back it up I said that I suggest you leave that radical law Steve Gregory can fine tune the stylist at making waves a salon in Huntington beach says he's grateful to be back at work but the restrictions are excessive all these rules and regulations and shut us down for so long I mean our license is state mandated in we go to school for a year and a half to learn how to stop infectious disease and sickness of styles James quello says the hardest part trying to make money when the rules only allow fifty percent capacity T. says barbers and stylists were already following many of the new sanitation rules other new rules include wearing masks conducting temperature checks and not allowing walk ins a map of all the current cases in southern California you can check out our website at KFI am six forty dot com keyword covert Mississippi health officials say one sick person at a funeral S. spread cook at nineteen to at least thirteen people another eight cases are suspected among those who attended the funeral last week they used super spreader went to the funeral despite having symptoms of the virus another two point one million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits last week's jobless totals down from previous weeks but it's still much larger than the normal pre coated about forty one million people have lost their jobs during the pandemic German police say an apes severed hand and foot founded a Bavarian forest don't appear to be as sinister as previously thought the fine last week freaks and Germans out the cops got a tip about nefarious government experiments but investigators say the body parts have been preserved in chemical so it's likely the ape died a long time ago when was used for specimens and a homeless man in San Diego says it was all worth it getting arrested for breaking into a bank security alarm company called the cops yesterday morning to report into the bank's break room using.
"james quello" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"We'll get some NFL thoughts. Also wanna say why I still think the conversation around. Lebron James is something where. Everybody in my opinion is kind of missing the wide angle lens bigger picture. But let's talk about that coming up a little bit later on. We will talk to Jay and Georgia who comes up first today with baba shoes and sitting in for Stephen on ESPN radio J going on about how are you? Pretty good at math. You want to get a little bit about what's going on with all the Tom Izzo situation. Sure, how everybody in the media is going out of their way to try to paint. Guess this picture of the quote unquote, new generation is soft or as we're weaker anything. Personally. I don't have a problem with what Tom Izzo. Did. I understand so coaching grew up coaching coop. He didn't do anything wrong. You didn't get physical with the case. My problem is everyone wants to blame the younger generation for not accepting things that generation before us. Nothing wrong with saying look, I understand you're my coach. But you're not going to disrespect me. You're not going to walk up on me with your fist clenched yelling in my face. That is that is better for crossing the line. Nothing wrong with saying, hey, we can coach me would DO NOT APPROACH me. Like do not talk to me. Like, no one knows what is going on in this case background. No one knows what experience with this kid going through. You DO NOT APPROACH another human being weight. Well, the one thing I would say though, is I would be very surprised to find out the Tom Izzo doesn't know the background of the kid the relationship with the kid whatever may have gone on his background. So like everybody that's played for Tommaso. At least all the Michigan state alums over the years that I've come across have all sworn by. And I to me I I would draw the line at physical contact like a coach should not put his hands on a player that deserves every bit of discipline that you get. But maybe I'm still kind of the old bald spot. Get off my lawn guy. Like, I don't have a problem with a coach very angrily and very loudly coaching a kid. Because because the trickle down effect of not coaching that kid is that kid if he doesn't get the message could cost the whole team their season. Like you. You are the guy who was responsible for making that kid accountable as the coach to the rest of the team and the team that wants to keep on a two see playing the NC double A tournament getting to a final four having a chance to experience that that to me, that's your responsibility. So I guess if we've gotten to the point in sports where you can't yell at a player. Then I I don't know if these kids can actually be coached yelling is one thing yelling is one thing. And again staying directly where you're coming from. You have to send the message the lack of effort will not be tolerated. You can do that without trying to intimidate someone because that cute reacted in a way that Tommy has always been used to in. Everybody would have to paint the kid as bad guy. You know, having watched having watched Tom Izzo through the years and right on ESPN news were airing not only the argument yesterday, but other arguments or other times he has been right in the face of one of his players lafley angrily through the years this. This is not his first rodeo. Like, I don't think this is he's trying to intimidate a player intimidate is not the word I would use. I think there's a difference between you know, trying to intimidate a guy just trying to coach him angrily. Trying to get his message across and make the kid understand unacceptable. You don't get back on defense you cost the whole team. You don't just cost you you. Don't just cost me. All these other guys that have been at the training table in the weight room in practice, sweat it out and open gym since August to get ready for this season. And now we right now are on the precipice of possibly doing something as a group, very, very special and your lack of effort could cost all of them their chance to do that you. I don't think you just have the right? You have the responsibility is coach to get that message across to a kid. So I will give Tom Izzo the benefit of the doubt. But he knows the kid knows the kid can handle Richard Manhattan joins us next on ESPN radio every type Bob, Bob. Can you hear me? Oh, bobby. Why don't we do this one year the NCAA committee? Let's try this one year. What we do is. They duty sheetings they do everything on TV. But they don't I let the public know the numbers that are seatings. In other words, nobody knows who's one who sixteen Spicer who's twelve. Why just one year? Why I think it would it increase to something? Tournament. I think it would bring more intrigued people will be cashing shooting. Why I think it would add more intrigue? I'm gonna has one more time. Why why would you wanna add people's you want people to start saying, why did this happen widened? Where were they really place? Are they the best team are they were they place to place too high. You don't think that would add something? No. I mean, if anything you would take away from it would take away from the NC double A the perception, which is not always reality. But at least a perception that a big upset is happening because the twelve beating a five or a thirteen beating a four we always seem to have those the fact that, you know, Virginia became the first one to lose to a sixteen. Oftentimes, that's the biggest story in the NC double A tournament. So hiding the seatings I'm a pass on that one. Let's go to Donovan who joins us next here on ESPN radio shoes and sitting in for Stephen ahead. Going on man. How are you? I don't think I'm doing good. I'm doing good. I don't think the Knicks are going to get the first round pick me the first pick. They probably won't whole saying because of a whole lot of things. This is going to be eighty five percent chance of not getting the first pick. That's correct. Is to be a thirty for thirty one. I'm telling you Williams. Will end up in Cleveland. So the cure amount of tawdry was we all know what happened with the shooting in the later on they beat Carolina in the ACC curry. I got a Carolina in the national championship USC winning. But I also got going to Cleveland as being the second heir-apparent of LeBron James quello Cleveland wins the lottery, that's where he'll go. But again, the odds are somebody's gonna get him. But the odds are dramatically against picking the team. You know, right now is gonna get him. Because the best chance anybody has is fifteen percent. No. And I understand that. I'm just saying it's gonna be crazy. Because what are the odds are out his shoe? I will come in win this national. I mean, if you see what are the odds that Carolina game? My happy are the. Going on my end, all those other things I can't tell you definitively. What the odds are that those other things would happened. But the one thing I can tell you is the odds are you're not gonna pick the team's gonna go to the best odds, you can have or one and a half and ten. An eighty five percent chance. The guy is not going to end up where you think he's gonna end up because eighty five percent. The best odds you can have or fifteen percent. The teams that are just straight out tanking going to get one of the top three spots. The best odds they've got us..
"james quello" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Happened. In Europe to play kit Look at those genetic markers travel down through On a case in point In terms. Of how James quello populations So the question largely circles around The genetic history. Around the great plague in Europe Yeah so this is an interesting story because when scientists noticed that there were that there was this one genetic variant that was very common in Europeans and less so and other groups of people that seemed to have something to it looked as if. It might have provided, resistance, to the bubonic plague and. So people said well the black death was terrible and so therefore natural selection was the favourite that variant But now that sort. Of falling apart and people think well maybe it was another disease in Europe that was. A common and, then made, that variant more common we don't we don't actually. Know it's common in people of, European ancestry and we're still puzzling over that and if there were things that made a made people of European ancestry resistant to. Bonnet. Play more than other people we don't know those there are lots of examples if you go from culture to culture of genetic variations that are common because of diseases so like malaria for example is like incredibly is a huge threat to people and in places where there are there's really intense. Malaria there actually several, different, mutations that arose and spread. Because they protected people from malaria in various different ways Into that epigenetics phenomenon atoll in Interpretation of those studies.
"james quello" Discussed on The Friend Zone
"Hell sent this tweet we'll because i was talking about lincoln partner band mag what mag it metal rate but a spill r j said rush so maybe it is magneto rosh and they're just trying to be clever i don't know but rosh the maggot arrange the maggot because that's their name outside of their at they said just f y lincoln park is considered alternative rock rap which i'm sure has another label just to buddhism it'll hit because i said something about them being referred to as like metal rapper something right but that was listed on there with pedia somewhere i don't make up the john roos shit up before whatever he talking about alternative what he say he said he claims lincoln park is not known as metal they're considered alternative rock slash rap it could be anything like people they say whatever they wanted to say genres out can always be blended but i guess that they are really boosting their medal to be a certain type of pure pure metal which i can understand but you know lincoln part wouldn't pure anything so they have an umbrella terms used a few different ones so i use them and i said what i said and that's it here and that's where the streets for me let's move on long to this week's episode use that i said what i said so it connected me to mark have you seen his twitter name this week no what is it right now gardini leaks guard daily be mealy that is genius and gardini when you use it better say something thanking mark with the end and capitalized because you know gardini like to do that rick rosa thing any way so he don't take that side which time with which one man james call will says james quello alone youtube who always says moving on james call so are you ready to jump into this week's episode so we have two very very special guest joining us this week shout out to get in grown dr house praise the lord hey kids thank you for joining did you bring food did you make something cook something i brought you some some sour hennessy oh via brought you some hennessy arbor chew some in l well balanced meal that's what i was about to say nourishment so we were trying to figure out what the topic for this week's show is going to be when you guys out there meeting keila swap note it is nuts because our ideas were in total alignment which was the sign i means the collective consciousness is what needs to be discussed but there has been a lot of i mean i guess it's not a new thing at this point there are a lot of heavy videos that are in rotation on the internet on a regular basis now but one that stood out this past week was the one having to junior the fifteen year old in the bronx who was dabbed to death on a streak or outside of data and the what we wanted to extract from that conversation for those of you who haven't seen the video i'm definitely not gonna like suggest that you go wash it 'cause it's really hard to watch but i'm sure most of you have seen the hashtag justice junior hashtag what people are trying to figure out who the six is really like six or seven assailants which is the scary part he was completely overpowered by group of men but the conversation we wanted to extract from that was at people were angry at the people that are walking past while it was happening they was like two nurses that pass by the video in their scrubs they was the men in the bodega that worked there we i think in the video there about four people in the.