23 Burst results for "Jiri"
Interview with Angela Deem
"But today i'm indulging with from ninety. Fiance angela deem angela. Welcome i just love you. I'm a big fan of yours. Well it turns out my wife on arabic fans of yours to and that's very kind of time so so she may actually zoom in here. I had to call her and go. Listen i don't want to keep this job. I've got your friend angela. Coming in and i gotta go to the doctor. I'll zoom and later. We'll see if she shows up my honored say. Merry christmas tour. It's so funny she is She's a big fan of michael's too big fan. She just thinks he's not far away about itself to adjust grow on you. Yes so how are things going. Where where do you stand right now. How much can you talk about. You know really. I can't talk about much because we really don't know where everything's at and it's still difficult being apart from each other. We still have our ups and downs. And you know our problems probably as bad as people that live together problems but when you're a far apart i think that's what breaks relationships because you can't get there and hug and salaries you know what i mean. In general you know we're we're trying to work things out in Who are still at the same level. How about that. that's good. No that's good. That's kind of what. I figure you could say i know you have a tlc. Brass sitting on the line here monitoring us and by the way to the to the tlc people. Why are you not having me do the reunions. While let me do the reunions for these shows i. I'm an avid fan and listener. Viewer of all the united fiance's step. You bring me an at least as a consultant for those reunion shows right angela. Thank you great honestly. I love all routes. But you know what i think. You'd be great because we all need therapy on that stage. Oh i understand trust me i. I've taken notes on you guys but but it has been great entertainment during the lockdown. Right it has been one of the few things my wife had looked forward to at the end of the week on sunday nights and things and you start to pull for people you start to get very attached to you guys and your relationships and all the stuff you're facing and it's kind of in a way it's sort of good for americans to see the different cultures and how much americans Take for granted spoil. Yeah and then what how you stroke are spoiled because you know we have systems. Yeah and. I'm actually impressed with how well you got along in africa. You really just you jump right in. You seem like you're embraced his family. You embrace everything about his culture. Maybe not the food so much. The little day in the man's dominant will dash. But that's but that's the other thing so so you went toward you. Brought them pizza. Which i guess they already had it but you were sort of emphasizing pizza and and you took issue with the. I found that very interesting it was. This was my jiri right. Is that where you guys were. And there were three versions of marriage. Options in nigeria. Right right am i wrong. And that was kind of extraordinary they're all highly codified by the state. Like either you are committed to your partner and love and if you have any misadventures you've broken the law right. Yeah or or or you can go. Do whatever you want or this marriage or you can do the muslim marriage. Or it's the call your cultural marriage the muslim arabs. Or i what we call our regular marriage You know we can't she meet and all that and thank you know here. We don't go over there if you're caught with another woman. If you're doing the marriage that we picked out you can go to prison for five years. That's so crazy to me. It's really very interesting. And yet at the same time they have marriage that's essentially open but all of it seems to favor the male. Yes sir josh. I'm favor you know us being equal. You know some things you know. Of course. he's got to be the man of things but Michael shakes extreme. When i say. We're fifty mickey like if i get mad at hang up on him he'll call me back. Just hang up on me. That's not what. I mean. When i say no i think he knows it you mean. He's he's a pretty enlightened guys very smart. what's his what's his quick fairwood. His his professional background is he sold cars. But when i tell people this thinking like our sales people over here it's totally different. You know it'll take him all day to go so one car he just gets a percentage on it and he might not even sell it. So that's when. I told you know you're spending more gas. It draining your body every day to go. You know our just drive there back not might not sell car this message and even work. You know what. I mean because it's like it's not balancing or making nothing to me. I said i rub you. Stay home and take care of your mom. Your mom why you can and we take care of her together in. Would that make him dependent on you financially as the okay with that given this whole sort of male dominant kind of society he's grownup grown up in. Well you know. I think i really think i'm his first real relationship not girlfriend but real relationship. I am a song minded person you because i'm experiencing owner and that's what i try to tell them. I don't try to like. I know herbs because i honestly don't have done all this stuff you're due at your age and this is why when we first got together. I let him know how i am. No no flaws. No
Interview With Angela Deem
"But today i'm indulging with from ninety. Fiance angela deem angela. Welcome i just love you. I'm a big fan of yours. Well it turns out my wife on arabic fans of yours to and that's very kind of time so so she may actually zoom in here. I had to call her and go. Listen i don't want to keep this job. I've got your friend angela. Coming in and i gotta go to the doctor. I'll zoom and later. We'll see if she shows up my honored say. Merry christmas tour. It's so funny she is She's a big fan of michael's too big fan. She just thinks he's not far away about itself to adjust grow on you. Yes so how are things going. Where where do you stand right now. How much can you talk about. You know really. I can't talk about much because we really don't know where everything's at and it's still difficult being apart from each other. We still have our ups and downs. And you know our problems probably as bad as people that live together problems but when you're a far apart i think that's what breaks relationships because you can't get there and hug and salaries you know what i mean. In general you know we're we're trying to work things out in Who are still at the same level. How about that. that's good. No that's good. That's kind of what. I figure you could say i know you have a tlc. Brass sitting on the line here monitoring us and by the way to the to the tlc people. Why are you not having me do the reunions. While let me do the reunions for these shows i. I'm an avid fan and listener. Viewer of all the united fiance's step. You bring me an at least as a consultant for those reunion shows right angela. Thank you great honestly. I love all routes. But you know what i think. You'd be great because we all need therapy on that stage. Oh i understand trust me i. I've taken notes on you guys but but it has been great entertainment during the lockdown. Right it has been one of the few things my wife had looked forward to at the end of the week on sunday nights and things and you start to pull for people you start to get very attached to you guys and your relationships and all the stuff you're facing and it's kind of in a way it's sort of good for americans to see the different cultures and how much americans Take for granted spoil. Yeah and then what how you stroke are spoiled because you know we have systems. Yeah and. I'm actually impressed with how well you got along in africa. You really just you jump right in. You seem like you're embraced his family. You embrace everything about his culture. Maybe not the food so much. The little day in the man's dominant will dash. But that's but that's the other thing so so you went toward you. Brought them pizza. Which i guess they already had it but you were sort of emphasizing pizza and and you took issue with the. I found that very interesting it was. This was my jiri right. Is that where you guys were. And there were three versions of marriage. Options in nigeria. Right right am i wrong. And that was kind of extraordinary they're all highly codified by the state. Like either you are committed to your partner and love and if you have any misadventures you've broken the law right. Yeah or or or you can go. Do whatever you want or this marriage or you can do the muslim marriage. Or it's the call your cultural marriage the muslim arabs. Or i what we call our regular marriage You know we can't she meet and all that and thank you know here. We don't go over there if you're caught with another woman. If you're doing the marriage that we picked out you can go to prison for five years. That's so crazy to me. It's really very interesting. And yet at the same time they have marriage that's essentially open but all of it seems to favor the male. Yes sir josh. I'm favor you know us being equal. You know some things you know. Of course. he's got to be the man of things but Michael shakes extreme. When i say. We're fifty mickey like if i get mad at hang up on him he'll call me back. Just hang up on me. That's not what. I mean. When i say no i think he knows it you mean. He's he's a pretty enlightened guys very smart. what's his what's his quick fairwood. His his professional background is he sold cars. But when i tell people this thinking like our sales people over here it's totally different. You know it'll take him all day to go so one car he just gets a percentage on it and he might not even sell it. So that's when. I told you know you're spending more gas. It draining your body every day to go. You know our just drive there back not might not sell car this message and even work. You know what. I mean because it's like it's not balancing or making nothing to me. I said i rub you. Stay home and take care of your mom. Your mom why you can
Jiri Menzel, Oscar-Winning 'Closely Watched Trains' Director, Dies at 82
"A Czech director who's 1966 movie, closely watched trains won the Academy Award for the best foreign language film. Has died at the age of 82 sells wife announcing the death late yesterday, saying he died the previous day. No details given into the cause of his death three years ago and sell underwent a brain operation was kept in an artificially induced coma for several weeks afterward. We'll
"jiri" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"And then she doesn't like get another guy at the end but great yeah which is great I feel like that's almost maybe like ninety s narratives kind of punishing her maybe arguably for like you yes you had a shot and you messed it up at this this nice lady she had a husband and yes he died because the beetle was there but also then he gets she gets she gets to fall in love with this other Guy gets one horrible abuser is kind of like and he's like to the point where you're like I don't even know that the writers were consciously making that the value judgment but it does sort of when you're in over analysis like the aren't great and of course like you and I don't see like also you know like people in who desire nuclear family it's not like they don't sometimes end up in abusive relationships and you know reinforcing the idea that every Weekly Your family is impervious to abuse and conflict as Jiri Hollywood narrative that you're so yes maybe we are over analyzing it a we gotta take a quick break by let's come in shall we saw what's up it's Caitlyn and even though the patriarchy is still all around us I feel great.
"jiri" Discussed on Get Up!
"What is the latest on Jiri and the raptors well Masais under contract for at least two more years in Toronto, Washington, had, you know, heavily weighed making a run at Gerry in, you know, in the end they didn't call for permission to talk to him about a running Washington. They had been very publicly rejected by Tim Connolly the president in Denver. Washington didn't want to have that happen, a second time, and I think ultimately in the end two factors, one in the end I don't think they thought they could get messiah. I think they were. Perhaps even leery about what it would cost financially to get him. They never alternately made the call and Tommy Sheppard who's their interim GM. They've been happy with how he has handled making changes with process, all the things that maybe weren't there in Washington under the previous regime, and they've allowed him here to keep going through the draft and now into free agency and, and they'll reevaluate in DC how they want to go forward. And so back in Toronto. Is there any way to gauge how this impacts Kawais upcoming decision? Well, it's certainly a positive and I think what messiah Jerry is done, which is really remarkable is build a relationship with letter. That's not easy to do in less than a year. It took the Spurs years to do that. Now co I was a much younger player when he came in the league. He's more mature. I think it's probably easier to build a relationship with them. But given that this is the player who is not happy about being traded there. Who really at the very beginning of his arrival in Toronto, just saw this is a one year way station on his way to somewhere else. And what Masai did what the raptors organization did was make a compelling case to him that they were a viable alternative long-term. They're certainly under consideration. Right now, they managed his health and a great way. They put a team around him that allowed him to, to win to win the championship to be a finals MVP. They closed a gap that there was a tremendous Gulf from where they started to where they are now on the cusp of July free agency. Outstanding as always terrific work. Thank you so much, my friend. We'll see you again soon. Let me bring back into the business Jiri, you're talking about from jurors no question. Wo does the best in the business. Jiri may have generally managed his way into the hall of fame was the stuff he did this year. And but the big question is where does all of this leave? Kawhi Leonard, I've been spending time thinking about this green the most. Thing for quite is to secure the bag. Long-term a lot of people say, oh, it can do one one and coming off the NBA finals watching. Kevin. Durant go down being there. Watching Klay Thompson go down. And I know people can come up with the alternative narrative wealth. He's still going to be one of the best players in the league if he does get hurry can still secure the max. I that sounds fine until it you in that situation that sounds fine until you have an injury that maybe you potentially couldn't come back from. So I think coli yes, if you wanna stay in Toronto, think about the long-term doing can make fifty million dollars more than you could there anywhere else. Or even if you do think what the clippers sign up for your deal signed that five year deal, secure the bag long-term. It is really a remarkable thing when you think about it. There were so. Many circumstances, that are unprecedented in sports based upon the way, the NBA structure, works guys are making decisions that are really not based on winning championships, and they're not based on money..
Raptors President Masai Ujiri Accused of Pushing, Hitting Deputy at NBA Finals
"Thirty say they're pushing for battery charges against messiah Jiri after the raptors executive allegedly pushed and hit a sheriff's deputy as he tried to get on the court after Toronto's, game six win against the Golden State Warriors. Police say Jerry was denied access to the court because he did not have the proper credentials. Alameda, County sheriff's spokesman sergeant Ray Kelly said Jerry tried to push his way past deputy and after the deputy pushed him back. He's struck the deputy in the face Jiri. Eventually did make it onto the court after bystanders intervened. The team said they are also looking into the
Raptors president under investigation for allegedly shoving deputy
"Investigators are reviewing video footage to see if charges should be filed against the Toronto. Raptors president? Correspondent John Stolnis reports the official is facing possible charges after struggling to get on the court at oracle arena last night. There's new champion. Attuned Toronto Canada. NBA chance. Thirty say they're pushing for battery charges against messiah Jiri after the raptors executive allegedly pushed and hit a sheriff's deputy as he tried to get on the court after Toronto's, game six win against the Golden State Warriors. Police say Jerry was denied access to the court because he did not have the proper credentials. Alameda, County sheriff's spokesman sergeant Ray Kelly said Jerry tried to push his way past deputy. And after the deputy pushed him back he struck the deputy in the face Jiri. Eventually did make it onto the court after bystanders intervened. The team said they are also looking into the
"jiri" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Need to play grinded out and do we need to do as a team. And as a result, Toronto, put itself one win away from championship. ESPN's Mark Schwartz. The Toronto Raptors had done the unthinkable Wyan company just thank wish the mighty warriors twice at oracle in despite of Phil. Hello. Stunningly, stoic. You know, that doesn't mean anything goes someone has. We do nothing. His focus on us. You wanted to possess. Lowry has been in Toronto long enough to remember when the front ties words, emotions for all candidates to see, like, when president messiah Jiri screwed up the masses with a rousing rendition. How would the pre two y rafters have handled to monster road wins over the two time defending champs? Maybe a smaller now we're just been like this all year. You don't do anything as league unless you when it's with knowing that we have an accomplished. Anything comes with appropriate. Fear of knowing with teams capable of and the raptors do find themselves. Dreaming about how it might feel to hoist that trophy. We may wanna listen to a cautionary tale for man. Trying to bring them down. Also the other side three while losing I don't know if the routers feeling this, but you very coffin it all you gotta do win one. I think they know there's work to be done. That's hopefully understand that we're gonna see tomorrow night. Toronto one win away from its first championship earlier on ESPN radio. Josh Evelyn from hoop magazine. Obviously, it's not the most mind blowing.
A wave of graduate programs drops the GRE application requirement
"Now we have Katie Lincoln a staff writer at science. She's been trying to quantify the perception, that graduate programs have begun the great Greg's, sit or the GRE exodus. Hi, katie. Hi. Okay. Just a background question here. Did you take the GRE? I did take the Jerry way back in two thousand and five. I took the GRE end went through the process of studying for this standardized test to get into grad school me, too. Took the general or was it? The biology one. I just took the general test me, too. If you know, people in the sciences, these days, oh, you've probably heard at least anecdotally that grad schools aren't really asking for the GRE as much anymore. But that's kind of been a, you know, something, a school will announce or people start talking about about. How did you go about finding out that this was more than, you know, a case here or there, how that was more than anecdote? Yes, there's been this chatter on Twitter in particular, that the so-called Brexit movement has been gaining steam in number of programs have been announcing that they've dropped the GRE, but I was really curious to quantify how many programs have actually dropped it. And how that differs between scientific disciplines. And so what I did is I sampled peachy programs at fifty of the top ranked research, universities in the US, and looked at whether they required, the General Jerry tests in eight different disciplines, so molecular biology, neuroscience ecology. Chemistry computer science psychology physics, and geology. And when you say top ranked where those rankings come from bay came from the times, higher education ranking system. Okay. When you looked at all these schools at all these different disciplines, did you were you able to say? Yeah. Something's happening here. The GRE is starting to go away in a big way. Yes. So is interesting going into this. I knew that there had been a shift in recent years, but I didn't realize how dramatic it had been and what I found is that if I had collected these data just a few years ago, the vast majority of peachy programs would have required that year general test, but the changes been really dramatic in the life sciences, in particular. So in two thousand eighteen forty four percent of molecular biology. Peachy program stopped requiring joss force end just the year before one hundred percent of programs. At least. In my sample require the jury that is a big change. And, and you saw some decrease across the board. Yes. So Euroscience in college about a third of programs, did not require General Jerry scores in two thousand eighteen and a lot of them are actually going to move to not require the jury to nine. So these numbers are on the rise for sure. In two thousand nineteen. Yeah. Were there any of these categories that we're not doing this? When I looked at chemistry computer science psychology physics, geology more than ninety percent of programs required the Jiri, but in a number of those disciplines, there does seem to be a movement as well. So so chemistry, they're supposed to drop the GRE geology, actually hundred percent of programs in two thousand eighteen that I survey require the jury, but there are a couple of programs already this year, that have announced that they're gonna drop the Jerry. And so there seems. To movement in those areas as well. It just seems to be a little bit slower or not as dramatic as what I found in the life sciences, while, I'm not gonna make a Brexit, joke because I don't really understand what is happening there. But what, what do we know about why these institutions are stopping requiring Jerry? Do you talk to people, and ask them what, what was the main driver of this? Yes, they're number of different reasons. One, one reason, is that a number of studies have come out in the last few years questioning whether GRE scores are predictive of success in grad school. So admissions officers look at the jury scores and a lot of people think that they are indicative of someone's in the intelligence their ability to succeed. But when you actually look at the data in a number of programs studies found that they aren't predictive of things like the number of for southern publications Umbro, fellowships, students, receive their time in grad school, whether they graduate, some of them have. Found that the jury scores are predictive of for semester grades but for for research base PHD programs. I think a lot of people view that as not a particularly important thing to predict. Yup. Another reason is that especially in the current climate of wanting to increase diversity in science. There's concern that the use of the GRE actually disadvantages underrepresented groups. So women and underrepresented racial ethnic minorities tend to score lower on the jury end. It's kind of expensive tests for a lot of people that puts people from lower socio economic backgrounds at a disadvantage. So the test costs to engine five dollars, it costs extra money. If you want to retake it to up your scores in. That's a fairly common thing on for grad school applicants to take the test multiple times to get a better score. It also costs money to travel to take the test, and it costs extra money to suppress. Jiri score so you can take off multiple times. And then suppress the scores that you don't want schools to see for an undergraduate student, who's may be working one or two side jobs to pay for their education. It can be a financial burden to pay for this test, but it also can be a time burden so they have to spend a lot of time studying in some cases, people who have the means to do. So actually pay upwards of thousand dollars or more for GRE prep. Course and so it really advantages people who have the time in the money to study in pay for this test. The sounds like there's a few categories of reasons that the universities are thinking about dropping the GRE as requirement, but let's talk about the testing company that runs this test. What do they say to the fact that the studies are saying, you know, this isn't correlating with things that departments, particularly care about in might be a barrier? What, what is there? Argument for continuing use of this test from their perspective. The juries are another piece of data and they're a rare, part of that -plication is actually standardized across applicants. They also say that, you know, the other parts of application, reference letters, educational background. They're also subject to bias. And so, you know, it's hard to drop the Jiri think that there is, no bias remaining in the admissions procedures in so, so they argue that it's another piece of information, it shouldn't be used to make emissions decisions alone. But it should be part part of the package. They also take issue with some of the recent studies. So one of the drawbacks of these recent study says that they're looking at admitted students than for the most part of students have fairly Hijiri scores to begin once in the students who have lower Jiri, scores probably really stand out in other parts of their application. So maybe they just. Had a bad day that day they happen to get a low Jerry scored. They didn't quite steady enough. And so what they say is that we really don't have the best experimental design in the studies, and that they're not really designed to find a correlation between Jerry scores in these measures of success in grad school in so ideally, what you would have is basically study that randomly admit students across the range of Jerry scores. And then look at success in grad school, it's hard. It's hard to imagine a study like that ever happening. So the testing company feels that they provide enough of a service that institutions should continue to use this, but it does look like the trend in the science and the sciences that they're saying there's not enough science there for this to be a test that we use. And it also seems to create a barrier. So if this test is dropped more broadly, do you think it'll change not only who's accepted, but also who applies to graduate school? Yeah. That's. Great question. So they're actually some people looking at this right now and looking to take advantage of the so-called Grech set movement. Some researchers at the university of Minnesota sent out a survey last month to biomedical peach programs that have dropped the Jiri also ones that have maintained the requirements and what they're interested in trying to figure out whether dropping the Jerry requirement will diversify applicant pool. And there's some argument that, that might be the case some students might do poorly on the Jerry. Maybe they can't afford to retake tests, and their teary scores in so they just decided not to apply to grad school. Others might not be able to Ford the tests to begin with. What about the idea of making the GRE optional, so not making a requirement but adding it as an extra data point to your application. They're proponents of that. And so one reason that might be a good thing is because there can be some difficulty for applicant. Aunts that come from less well-known schools, or maybe had some sort of disadvantage in their past that hinder application, who could benefit from having Hijiri scores, so can help them get noticed in application process. And so, so people say, well, you should give them the option of submitting their cheery score through other people who I spoke to who think that's not a very good idea. Because basically, when you give applicants option of submitting, Jerry scores, they actually look at that and think that, that is a requirement in one person. I spoke to said that in his experience, working with underrepresented minorities, they in particular see that as a requirement because they bet that's the only way they can really compete with other applicants, as if they have a strong. Jiri scored another drawback is that faculty members may look at applicants who don't cement, Jerry scores in a bad light. They might be biased against them. Because the applicants who do summit, Jerry scores. More likely than not have Hijiri scores. Right. And so it could lead to a question in the faculty members mind, even if it's not conscious even if it's at an unconscious level that could be thinking what about the student who didn't Smith? Jerry scores is it because their scores were very strong.
"jiri" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"But in the end, it does come down to results, and if you're Daryl Maury, and you've assembled as roster and you've hired this coach and you have yet to get to the NBA finals. That's the problem. That's a problem. And this is going to Mark. What is it the fourth time in the last five years that they will have lost a Golden State at some point in time. You got to change course. Now, I don't think he should be five. Just like messiah you Jerry should be five side Masai has done an outstanding job with Toronto. It's just that you roll. The dice. And if you end up losing D'amoto Rosa 'cause you traded him. And you can't keep quiet. Let it particularly if it's after get bounced out in the second round again to a team that was not led by LeBron James that's worse than to Wayne, Casey. And those boys losing to LeBron James. So to me, that's what it really really comes down to either. These are two of the highly respected executives in a game. And nobody's advocating that they'd be summarily dismissed. I'm simply saying that both of them are going to have pretty bad off seasons. In light of that reality is just an escape. Gotcha. Stephen. I believe you mentioned yesterday that you said jarrow Maury had built this team specifically to take on the way that crash what he said. Yes. The messiah Jiri Bill the Toronto Raptors to take on the Brown. Not did not what he did was. He made a decision even that even whitland Ron leave in for the leaving the Eastern Conference to go out west. He made a decision that changed needed to be made. So he replaced. A Wayne Casey is the head coach would Nick nurse that didn't seem to be a bad decision. Despite the fact that the wink as he didn't deserve to be fired. The bottom line is Nick, nurses, proven to be a pretty damn good coach. But then obviously Kawara lend it was a sincere upgrade from damore Rosen and the belief was LeBron James going and Kawhi Leonard in the Eastern Conference that there shouldn't be anything impeding Toronto's path to the finals. And sure enough the Greek freak and Milwaukee showed up Boston. Obviously expectations were favored towards them Philadelphia. Seventy Sixers giving it to Toronto right now over the last two games. So Toronto with a lose. This wouldn't be a good deal. I gotta go. I appreciate the call. Thank you so much. All right. And let's also again, let me reiterate it's not you can't not massage taking the chance. I'm just making the point that if you lose the Marta Rosen who never wanted to leave Toronto, and you acquire Hawaiian Linnet, but it's only four year and he ends up leaving. It's one thing for him to leave. Why you've captured the championship and you just go into the sunset. It's another thing. In tile, if you to get bounced out in the second round again with Kawai there with the modern Rosen going then kuwa- ups and leaves you for nothing this off season. That would not be a very good position for massage envy to be period, Nate Alava. Stephen what's up today and more than just going into fact, it Shaquille O'Neal, onc- better and -bility availability. And this goes down to Embiid to me only proves that he'd better than Greg Oden them. That's it over the net and has to deliver on that. When you agree. No. 'cause I think you taking it to the other extreme Joel Embiid average twenty eight fourteen for crying out loud. What are you talking about the skills? A definitely surreal. He's definitely big time. When healthy he's the best in the game in the big man's position. We can't deny that the differences is that his health is questionable. But he did plan the playoffs last year. He's planning to the plus now, it's not like he's sitting on a bench of street close watching it. And he has averaged better than twenty one lashes players that he's averaging better than twenty one and these players, so I think you're going to the other extreme Greg Monroe out the you're going too far. But when you say that Greg rose when he was on the court, even though yes, he was interest..
"jiri" Discussed on The Sports Reporters
"Conveniently omitting the contribution of their american allies of course but it made its point right right yeah i guess we weren't involved in any of those efforts i think group d the one with croatian jiri iceland in argentina is the most interesting to me and and all that stuff is up to play outside of of those four croatia's the only one that's actually clinched a spot but argentina and ice lind with their tiebreakers and everybody of course is rooting for iceland because they as we say around here their entire country is half the population of detroit and somehow they managed to have a team in america doesn't and argentina with messy just to get them to i mean if he goes out in the in the group stage it's so depressing and he's clearly and such a great player on messy mitch who who do we have in this country who operable too messy oh well i mean it depends on the air that you're talking about for many years it was it might like jim kelly or a will chamberlain i got one plan or in your backyard until they want to nine eight ride a wad was messy but nobody liked a ride that's like me the bills mitch you know what you messy polo messy might be the buffalo bills that's what we might go bills rolled into one but there's always guys who just don't you know don't get there and yet you're pulling for them and their gramley reno never on super bowl i mean but i'm barry sanders guys who dan marino people who who who were mired and just don't want to championship a message of mired like around the world not not just in his you watch i've watched i've watched almost every game and he's clearly playing with the with the washington generals instead of the harlem globetrotters team just doesn't doesn't have a lot of cheese in the same era in the same world in the same universe where the guy who's a better player who's taller and better looking in that's rinaldo well is he the better players each just i game is different game though he's a he's he's the guy who stands down at the end of the court and waits for the long pass and then dunks it well i think he's a rotten mr ryan would you explain to mr album that he rinaldo a bit more than the guy waiting for somebody to throw him the ball you know what i'm saying the rest of the team is setting him up to make the winning goal that's not what message to get a hattrick it's hard to get a hattrick that's true although kane have one yesterday yes i love him too much to penalty kicks involve well it's it's a great event it's only going to get better you're right we're only in the early innings of this and it feels like everything's happened already all right before we move on to other sports today's episode of the sports reporters is brought to.
"jiri" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Protect your child's future at every stage of life go to safercargovtherightseat that safercar dot gov slash therightseat a message from the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council do you wanna talk about what volume on my life i'm talking about bollworm i'm talking about content i thought he by his relationship i love you by god but that won't happen view on them the result she told them with bradley jiri wbz news radio 1030 wbz newsradio 1030 good evening to you folks good morning i should say it's kinda mid now getting there is getting into the weekend you're gonna see some storm activity wind and rain maybe even mixing with snow and in some inland areas he might get all snow so there's that be on the lookout for that till then wednesday and thursday fifty two in forty two partly cloudy very nice so at open lines you can talk about anything you want in the meantime i haven't told you a travels during a longtime where al ask you where where you would like to what would you like me to tell you about i'll tell you i should give you a list i can't remember which was have told you which ones i haven't so let me just run through some of the possibilities what would you like to hear about i'd love travel things on tv there's this i told you this sean china i've watched fourtimes now so i know what it's like to hear good travel stores.
"jiri" Discussed on First Take
"A better relationship with a look broad alienated have these things that are going to be talked about that are going to be written that's what it sees in such a nightmare for cleveland because they could end up losing a ball said they don't just lose the golden state in the finals they could lose the border before you get to the part of the matter of fact i'm here to tell you the only thing that will be worth till abroad james of losing his sixth nba finals is to lose before then took hurry because nobody will ever let them live it down and those are the kinds of things that could tarnish your reputation and your resume because you are associated with joe own demise because of something so simplistic and so fundamental that is cultivating a relationship with the ultimate side kick a guy that bit the finals averaging twenty seven or better unity to do that that's a problem the cadillac eight games on national tv by more than eighteen points and they've got one tonight fellas but we got more to get into here the raptors make it a huge statement in the race for the east last night blowing out the celtics won eleven to ninety one toronto is now just one game back of boston for the top spot in the east max or the raptors now the team to beat in the eastern conference though the celtics or or at this moment the celtics are now the rafters i like a lot maasai jiri is a brilliant gm who actually gets down there in works with players and brings out the best in them but recall jiri was the gm in denver and you think about like homecourt advantage slow like these fall where the dimensions of the field you might say oh we need a lot of lefty power hitters were we need pitchers because we've a big outfield four football golden stadium where we're a cold weather stadium how do you really take advantage of homecourt basketball that way jiri did it in denver there are a mile high right.
"jiri" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"Hello and welcome back to this special christmas programme i'm jiri stewart it was christmas eve 1820 to and in the more house it was anything but a joyful christmas eve a sixyearold girl her name was charity lay in her bed deathly sick with tuberculosis as she lay they're deathly sick charity had but one request to hear a new story from her father for christmas her father was a great one for stories and she always love to hear a new one so on that christmas eve 1820 to her father clement more sought to compose for his daughter a new christmas story in the form of a poem but just what should he write about he wanted the story to be one that would bring joy to his little girl and then he remembered that during a recent trip to his town he had heard a local woodcutter telling some children a story about a man in denmark named saint nicholas so this inspired clemett more to write a story he called a visit from saint nicholas he worked frantically through the night to finish the story and when he finished he rushed to tell the story to his sick daughter and his great pleasure to love the story it started lack this towards the night before christmas and all through the house not a creature was stirring not even a mouse sound familiar of course it does it perhaps the most popular christmas poem in the world which has been listened to and enjoy by hundreds of millions of children for almost two hundred years include but there's something different it's the poems title we don't know this point by the title a visit from saint nicholas a poem title is towards the night before christmas but there is a.
"jiri" Discussed on Addicted2Success
"Esguerra at how polish shah jiri dual left for us to act zulu graphic design and all that 'unity and planned you guys who which will end what would you need to help um how much effort in phnom yes things like that so that's why who for us it also really hair ties where writing thayn silliest caller s the delicious yeah earnings not heavily out this learning how to write describe recipes than for us it helped out haniger yes but yeah they are really help fallen it was just a lot of learning it was a great experience more scientists do get do it again we have so much more knowledge as laid the biggest thing is you just have to start you an idea floor only eighty nine just east icu at right it and do it amazing amazing congratulations guys for taking the action on your dreams and striving to to a new drains into reality it's it's inspiring to see that in though he should be proud of results ice styles as the second bata is that a slap seventy said they came to us little life focused on his doing the dirty during the day putting out of good concentrated help enable ugly sidetracked by some each iron laws are a cool you'd probably should this new voice wanted to journalists will be do it now as we know they need we should think about his identity are aimed at go do what you wanna do if you try and cheer i help people in business mobley a doing what are you doing hell eightball and who while she will come only it will come as you got certain to hold onto during the book.
"jiri" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Documentary so i like it pair like you pay mark lorry sour not to line dolan said it was awesome okay john stamos' wants their babies john stamos' wants to have baby he should have babies he so beautiful he should pass that dna denouncing lizzy telling people he's newly engaged he says i want babies it would be a tragedy if i didn't have children and he told entertainment tonight a he's a newly engaged man she's much younger i don't even know what she is like she's thirty one that's always but my plan and i finally found the right woman the perfect woman his gushing bodies by bride to be kaitlan mccue and i'm i'm done with disney for a while he's going to get married there they alexander because he popped the question there maybe we'll have some clouds will do disney's but she's obsessed with it so i don't know so so his adult doing a george clooney on what's in johnston means it might this he was married to rebecca were most roaming reid right who's married to jiri o'connell run and they have twins together they never had kids mary to johnston all that lasted maybe five years um i don't i at the and he's he kind of has gone through women and a regular basis gift i think colored choice that he passes that dna down seven years the remaining seven years okay must quite some time i i like that okay i'm excited about that slavery really having how he's 54 54 turning anew that's what i'm saying polk was john stamos' somewhat of firmed bachelor type of guy yes and so now he's kind of doing enjoy jordi never seen that i didn't wanna get married again i dinner he never said it i think you know there was some stories about him in michigan was from the underage peall um i think he's had he's had some things happened to him he's not a little time i think it was consensual but i think there were some things going on with john stamos' in then also the others sued that show i'm just got engaged as well bahzad say get the trade he got engaged so they both there.
"jiri" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Know talking about it tvs rather blake i love i love tv shows it's like my life but like i also felt like i i think at a similar thought to use like like what more can i be doing in my space in my with the skills that i have and i felt like i don't know for me just like having any sort of human connection like you can do that through the the the tv you can do that through entertainment you can do that through just having conversations and this is just another wave of doing that and it's something that i've really enjoyed and found really fulfilling and again it's it's very hard to grab my head around like how it helps other people but especially with this podcast like i feel like it helps me just being part of the conversations so like when i get masses his from people that are like men i your podcast it's like it really inspired me to do this hurts it's like it's really helped me through this and like yeah totally know what you mean cause them this thing for me and like i just i'm just i feel like iin a listener that his dislike like getting the the process to happen in front of me no at school i think you're doing a killer job here and i think like all of that that that really resonates with me that desire to just like communicate beyond like ito the power of veto i'm jiri epa is a powerful a thing for you and the ability to communicate beyond you know a blindside or a big move for me or you know a beheading if it's game of thrones it's it's it's important you gotta stay human you gotta you gotta stay immersed in these types of conversations and i think.
"jiri" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Let me tell me with a chaldean woman to everyone the the one kelewang jelly when the the jesus christ perhaps refill flaka lennon albro once though there's no doubt jiri of the turnpike tell me when the rocket on my normal white too proud of my second up there any which is a blistering tricks that agreed them if they're not just the what the home she battle blocking the pool look at the door near moscow wants an open goal attleboro mainstream on the ground all it up said the coated in watereddown offered the pre we go from the soil would in rapids begin may lingle let me tell me when the crowd tell women w when it tell me when way so when a the i'm up at eight on the black suit painted us with the in your way for an update of the day let me in a backless was a swing put stout it's not the presi he could at least on sleep that is good give flynn as the french drink weightless by could be done let me get announcing alone kelli kelli women till the when the yeah only one jelly was traveling jimmy when the the the happy new knows me the reason battle emme you oh man doing great pundits i am on a platter yeah trai i'm a proud well.
"jiri" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"A forty minute press coverage they talked about offfield issues for about thirty five of those forty minutes but jiri and the cowboys for the last few at least month have been pretty consistent the day from what they seen from the nfl which that's very ambiguous but that's what they're saying in maintaining they see no indication that there's any is there any issues or evidence to support in issue of domestic violence that being said we're back to suddenly for second 'cause you were there right yeah you're there yet did i miss something or did i hear that he was essentially saying when asked about problem guys on his roster he he gave something like this broad brush response along the lines of what was ours is like not murder or rape i could probably live with it something along those lines did he utters something like that or divi completely ms here that i uh not from my recollection of it and i didn't ask you because i had heard some other people talk about that too and it didn't seem like that would jibed yet and i were like what has has been his response when people approached him about the number of incidents that they have had far more of the cowboys than anybody else recent year oh they don't care i mean the council is the chair is especially that is it right they don't care will at the cowboys had lost more so they since 2014 they've had more players suspended they've had players they've lost more games four players due to suspensions there's no more suspensions handed down to the cowboys 2014 than any other team in the nfl and that number is going to go up because you know they have this he kelly it suspension looming they nolan carol a corner that they got signed over from the eagle's was arrested this offseason for you why he could potentially face a suspension there you have other potential issues damien wilson as a promising linebacker was arrested with the just aggravated sell the.
"jiri" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"They did yeah avril grow passionate about i don't i don't you know yeah what it's like to talk with jiri last week in a satellite but jay like you have a pretty good you know approached it doesn't racing him you know a lot of people going to immediately over drive the carson you know especially in a vehicle like that meant desert i mean you can destroyed how to miles he wanted to you know what it's you know it's a block in that fine line in the summer like weddle like a huge areas that he's like i was very impressed with his approach to things like he he was very calculated and how he was going to approach driving his statement in the race and things like that but i thought that was pretty cool you know what it means for him yes also he's got like you said a lot a car knowledge you know and and rays kerr knowledge yeah is there respectful of it and i was cool to see i know it's it's interesting all hanging around curse now do like him of interesting to you know used it in the sixty they need pretty he's actually like the kind of attention brought said it's kind interesting watch this week go through some rough section not it you got to be so patiently stop truck you know ten cartels latin but i think try to thank our speed we've heard of and you can see it getting fifty after allow it of you know it's tough finishes stuffed earthquake like you said you could break the thing in you know when he out certain things so yeah a lot of respect for him after after the majority of yeah i know i was in a razor in you know it's like i'm used to just going over the top everything you know throw the hammer down it just gon stassi tantos my first time you don't while in a in a stock last vehicle on him in that razor in it's not stock by any means but i get was like that's like this is what i haven't been doing for the past two.
"jiri" Discussed on KKAT
"You you also we're helping i mean you're reading all the talk human fewer you're giving pointers and tips to the to the defense team you know a lot of people don't how about when they go when they're just going in relying upon and hoping that their defense team is is prepared right when in yeah you're right in the can be a benefit or kerr saying i'm sure to talk to my lawyers they would it would tell me how many times that they now listen but just not important just right you're you're talking welcome back your comment pitcher which is good because would do connor is that are so like this trial was called picks on but don't like i was worried did you re not being involved in politics and experience might not understand the principles you displayed out the people in the book will go go contribute necessarily because they were gonna picks favor like you they're like you're philosophy he beat david hope someday he'll come to their kids he the person he shouldn't and they can look good or in it all this i thought like political speech there's has who going buddy you're supreme court on trial and i was hope jiri hudler center like that i want to say that if you're in your made a comment and look i don't know people will respect this they're not league is pretty happy evident we don't like we were very careful in a row and i want to see the jury publicly i'm grateful that you're so it tentative the tickets so seriously to do deliberate it's or but you know what a okay i think it would richard paul for our here so to make sure to go over every document every piece another so they can be sure oh i could've work and that's all i was really pretty where was that they would be careful of their oh understand to be up and it's a party at their who off and we andor what the scot in their judgment listed correct thirty and they did and i'm just so appreciative they do better hope that everyone of them can take great i am doing their job and that's what we have to do is america's this was there to help this i'm just how his understanding what did jiri is permitted to hear because it sounded.
"jiri" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Bridge jiri they in l worst jiri was a governor message uses he decided to create congressional district to ensure that the democrats yes he was a democrat to ensure the democrats without number the federal us for massachusetts his john adams was from massachusetts he wanted to shut down the federal it's so he drew congressional districts one of which look like a sell a manager so the newspapers of the day the federal list leaning newspapers point the term jiri man during after el bridge cherry and us alum andor jiri meandering he was a democrat the democrats are the ones who invented jiri mentoring and no suddenly they think it's this undiscovered told at the republicans came up with in the last ten years to shut up democrats these people have no since of history none not at all no list good chipper don't durable who has a social trampa give up analysis i mean i'm going to talk about of run by are hoping at five forty three of its guy number does not over of that a little bit i don't believe that but i got here on the minute live gordon just about everyone twenty end of look like a crush fired you're just back on the whole party la you're right part of your gold build of one of those byron departed right makes the guard real of don't want twenty grabbed eighty five or whatever by departed getting fire audited redick not a bad deep rather but that's the reviews the all the bulk of the greatest it up break light but you would you buy worked out of the out of the crash just weird and i will never to hated to get johnny that you have a lot of it the minute buddy called group that would've i've lived in doubt four hundred around i've twenty all the opportunity that loop installed out of howard due to biting doubt for four hundred seventy eight thank you very much becomes.
"jiri" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1
"So we would do wanna best play stay away from refining to sugars white sugar white flour white products and start she veggies of that nature no matter what those are things that we just masher want to stay away from and avoid as much as possible made all things of moderation obviously but as far as the area products and milk products there are a lot of people that are lactose tolerance to catch have jiri products and that's that's not a big do it all we can actually should gonna which put together a very specific plan excluding i'm very products for sure and it won't bother over when throw anything out the out of what i for sure okay that's what it and kid that that is very good in our league as i can't have any white week our wide right or anything like that and and i thank you for your time and you polled had a very unique role they can margie can't thank you match for kolya at center your work but that's interesting about what she said about certain dates with couldn't stop him yes network so we'll you know thank you know people are silly actor these are very very litman taller enter sensitive to that some are always each to pay attention to it.