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"jones court" Discussed on The Dworkin Report
"Inker right now. I'm scott working and you're listening to the door report. My special guest today is karen. How she's a journalist with the mit technology review whose groundbreaking work looking into facebook just got validated in a massive way this week. How is a senior artificial intelligence editor for the review and holds a mechanical engineering degree from mit which he took to outlets like mother jones courts where she honed. Her craft has a data journalist before earning her current senior role and recently becoming a knight. Science journalism fellow and to decipher what facebook is doing. With our data it would be difficult without karen house well sourced and explained account because you really need an advanced engineering degree to understand what the world's largest social media messaging company is doing her groundbreaking reporting spans from the murky world of facebook's reliance on artificial intelligence to create programs that make autonomous decisions about what people see and human networks that convert disinformation for higher into cold. Hard cash if there's one thing that stunned me the most about this interview it's at buzzfeed caught and expose the eastern european troll farms who polluted the two thousand sixteen election with pro-trump this information yet karen reports that not only do facebook allow people in those same countries to influence americans with inauthentic content. But they allowed them to get paid for it. And you won't believe who cut the cheques. Please take a listen to this fascinating interview. I'm here with award. Winning journalist engineer karen how who serves as the senior editor at mit technology review reporting on artificial intelligence. Hey karen how are you today. Thanks for joining us. Good how are you scott. I'm doing well and it's hard to ask that question you know with the pandemic and everything going on right now but like it's definitely better than it was a year ago or two years ago and my perspective of you know with the vaccine and everything out now. Last month you had reported that troll farms reached one hundred and forty million americans on facebook a little over a year before the twenty twenty election key may be explained the folks who were being targeted in how you think this impacted the election and also maybe how you unearth the story. The way that i came about this story was. I had been working on another story about facebook. It was an investigation into the responsible. Ait in which is becoming increasingly relevant this week with francis hogan's testimony but at the time after i published that story You know whenever you write about a topic people who are interested in that topic or know about the topic. We'll start messaging you. And so i started getting messages from former facebook employees. Who were just they. They were just talking about how much my article resonated with them as i started talking with them. There were.
"jones court" Discussed on The Dworkin Report
"Month. Subscribe on inker right now. I'm scott working and you're listening to the dworkin report. My special guest today is karen. How she's a journalist with the mit technology review whose groundbreaking work looking into facebook just got validated in a massive way this week. How is a senior artificial intelligence editor for the review and holds a mechanical engineering degree from mit which he took to outlets like mother jones courts where she honed. Her craft has a data journalist before earning her current senior role and recently becoming a knight. Science journalism fellow and to decipher what facebook is doing. With our data it would be difficult without caring house well sourced and explained account because you really need an advanced engineering degree to understand what the world's largest social media messaging company is doing her groundbreaking reporting spans from the murky world of facebook's reliance on artificial intelligence to create programs that make autonomous decisions about what people see and human networks that convert disinformation for higher into cold. Hard cash if there's one thing that stunned me the most about this interview it's at buzzfeed caught and expose the eastern european troll farms who polluted the twenty sixteen election with pro-trump this information yet karen reports that not only do facebook allow people in those same countries to influence americans with inauthentic content. But they allowed them to get paid for it. And you won't believe who cut the cheques. Please take a listen to this fascinating interview. I'm here with award. Winning journalist and engineer karen how who serves as a senior editor at mit technology review reporting on artificial intelligence. Hey karen how are you today. Thanks for joining us. Good how are you scott. I'm doing well in. It's hard to ask that question you know with the pandemic and everything going on right now but like it's definitely better than it was a year ago or two years ago and my perspective of you know with the vaccine and everything out now. Last month you had reported that troll farms reached one hundred and forty million americans on facebook a little over a year before the twenty twenty election key may be explained the folks who were being targeted in how you think this impacted the election and also maybe how you unearth the story. The way that i came about the story was. I had been working on another story about facebook. It was an investigation into the responsible. Ait in which is becoming increasingly relevant. This week with francis hogan's testimony but at the time after i published that story You know whenever you write about a topic people who are interested in that topic or know about the.
"jones court" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
"Hey everybody it's me. Stewart from the flop house podcasts. And i'm joined with my co host. Their friends of mine they are cool dudes. I promise they are really cool. That's elliott kaelin. Dan mccoy how are you guys doing tonight. Are you buttering us up. So we want make fun of how you said you were going to do. A great intro and then you laughed the middle of your first word. I know what you're talking about you guys. You guys are definitely cool dudes and you're here to record a podcast with me. So we're wellington and our podcast called the flop house and is a mini episode now normally on our show Normally on our show. If you're a new listener. Because i gotta tell you i'm sure we have an influx of a huge influx of new listeners. Because this minia sandwich right between the episode where we reviewed space jam a new legacy and boss baby to family business. So i am sure we. This episode is going to get a lot of traction and there's going to be allowed new listeners. So we gotta make sure that this is super easy for new people to just jump right onboard this for us at the beginning and vouching for us with the new listeners. That were cool yeah As good appreciate didn't want to think you weren't cool dudes so hey guys. How're you doing already So this episode. As i said we. I'm sure we have love new listeners. And for everybody out there. We were pretty big back catalogue. I mean we've been doing this show for like fourteen years. I think fourteen years this month. Which is wild i've What did you get me. I got you some combs for your hair. I'm losing my hair. no. I'm trying to count the gift of the bald. I the gift of the ball. Di- old is guy since while you're the professional television writer and he's the bartenders slash podcast her dumb ass okay so as a way. I thought a great way so normally we review movies on our show but on these minis we kind of do whatever we want and today boy howdy. We are doing exactly whatever i want. I'm in the driver's and what i thought we would do. Is we would give people little bit of an introduction to who each of us are right instead of having to listen to fourteen years. Where the podcast. So you can learn. What kind of freakazoids are on this podcast. And some of them. And you're not and i'm not even in some of them. Dan is the only factor. He's a true. Everyone's tired of because you've been slightly more episodes and so what i thought i do. Is i prepared a list of to ask you guys. And i'll answer to so we'll we'll share some information. We don't have to get too personal. You know you don't have to admit any crimes now let let's let it all hang out there. Minor let spirit of questions naked to hold on a second. We just get all right and let's look no okay. I noticed lead. But he's keeping his hat on. I wasn't expecting that legally. Yeah okay the ruling in tom jones court. So i'm going to ask these questions..
"jones court" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show
"You about another. Espn podcast when i tell you about every week recently. It's the right time with bomani. Jones courts you know. Bomani is out there delivering the takes delivering the insightful analysis and he has great guests three times a week including our friends. Someone who is hyped. Up as i think like the most Exciting talent at espn. I believe this week in dominique foxworth. I don't want to hype up. Dominique any more than he's currently being hyped. But dominique and bomani aren't excellent combination on friday. So make sure you're downloading and following the right time of money jones wherever you get your podcasts and also the ultimate fighter is back the reality show that brings top. mma prospects together under one roof to compete for a ufc. Contract is s bien. Plus further alexander volkov ski and brian ortega coachman bantamweights and middleweights who put their lives on hold for the chance to pursue their ufc dreams streaming episodes every tuesday only on espn plus sign up now at espn plus dot com slash. Ufc back to the podcast. Just a moment but first commercial support for this podcast is provided by better health in may it's mental health awareness month and throughout june. We're proud to join the cause of de stigmatizing therapy if you're struggling with relationships having difficulty sleeping or meeting your goals or if you're feeling anxious and stress better help counselors can listen and help better helpless your needs a match you with your own licensed professional and you can start communicating and under forty eight hours. It's on a crisis line. It's not self help. It's professional counseling securely online. It's available for clients worldwide. You can log into your account anywhere and send a message to your counselor. You can schedule weekly phone video or even live chat sessions better. Help us committed to facilitating great therapeutic matches so they make it free and easy to change cancers if needed more affordable than traditional off. Line counseling and financial aid is available and our listeners. Get ten percent off their first month of online therapy at better. Help dot com slash barner. Let's better help. H. e. l. p. dot com slash. Barnwell now back to the show that further ado yours..
"jones court" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Line of duty in the last decade. This is a ninety. Six percent increase from twenty nineteen to twenty twenty and about half of those deaths are related to firearms related incidents. The resolution begins the brave men and women of the law enforcement community continually summoned the courage to fulfill their solemn oath to ensure the safety of our communities and provide peace of mind for our nation's citizens the withdrawal of support for law enforcement and the threat of defunding police has consequences. Obviously but buck makes that point in the resolution such shootings increasing by ninety seven percent murders by forty four percent from twenty nine thousand nine hundred twenty twenty in new york city homicides rising by thirty point four percent in los angeles as the police. Department's budget was slashed by one. Hundred and fifty million dollars and violent crime rising by twenty one percent in minneapolis while city council members their push to dismantle the police department buck writes in the resolution the vilification of the nation's law enforcement officers in the embracing of hateful rhetoric against these brave men and women places them further in harm's way. How does that affect their overall morale. And you're seeing this mass exodus from law enforcement across the country. I mean a is there any reason why if you were in law enforcement and you had other opportunities. Let's say you were just starting in your career wooden you Given the temperature around the country when it comes to attitudes toward law enforcement. Wouldn't you certainly consider your options. Now we've had the chance to talk with a really police chief mark jones courts county. Sheriff steve reams numerous times and fortunately they're not seeing the degree of anger and violence directed at them. That many members of law enforcement are across the country and no. I'm not ignoring the fact that there has an any business. There are some bad apples and those bad apples need to be weeded out. But this hue and cry this. Call to get rid of law enforcement across the country shoot. Colin kaepernick just wrote a book talking about We need to get rid of law enforcement. We need to get rid of jails in order to ensure the promise of opportunity and prosperity in this nation. Well i would submit to you..
"jones court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"With you on the take away. I'm Callie Crossley in for Tan Xena. We've been talking about some of the achievements of black animators and voice actors this year and the work that still needs to be done to make the field more inclusive. I've been speaking with animators Bruce W. Smith and Ian Jones, Corti and voice actor Angelique parent. And actors of color are also overlooked. When it comes to voicing characters like aliens or mystical creatures that don't have race in animated shows. Do producers need to be more imaginative when it comes to casting those roles? Yeah, absolutely. On the shore, like co executive produced Steven Universe. The main cast are almost all aliens and we went to We ended up casting majority women of color, and it was just because these were the voices that we hadn't heard before, And I really would love people to be a little more open to, uh Finding those voices because you know for me, it's less about the idea of matching character, skin color to the actor, but actual like economic justice, I want women of color and actors of color to get paid and get respect and have prominence within the industry. A man. So so Bruce when you worked on 2000 nine's the Princess and the Frog, which had Disney's first black prison princess, But more than 10 years later, Pixar has its first black lead, character and soul. Are you disappointed that has taken so long to see more black animated lead characters? Absolutely. I mean, you know that That's a whole generation almost passing by before anyone thinks of Hey, you know, let's take this film that we've got right now and sort of re cast the lead, you know, and let you know an African American enjoy. And participate. I mean, that's just been the whole things that have been in this business is like it's like we love. This business is after American artists, but we want to participate like we want to be involved in all of the flights of fancy. You know, um, I I've worked on so many projects that did not involve me from an animation standpoint, but I had to put myself in the character, you know? So so actually, it's helped me as an animator. So you know, you know, separate myself. And my skill set from the crowd because of the things that I do as an African American to put in the character, But that still doesn't necessarily reflect the character this actually on the screen as being a person of color, and that's sort of been an issue with me for a long time. Mm hmm. Angelique When voice actors of color are cast, it's often relatively big name actors who get the part. Are you hoping to see Hollywood move away from reliance on big names in order to give other voice actors like yourself a chance? I would love that. The jobs that I have auditioned for that were specifically black female characters or male often went to like Regina King Sonal, a thin needle along But the thing that I can bring, I cannot bring what Regina King does. But what I can do is act. It also played a grandma and I could also play a role. Oh, I can't do you know I can do different things. I'm not. I don't do what they do, but they don't do what I do. So when you, CASS and I lengthen Who was a fabulous ale is black actress. You just get that and you don't get the levels that you're going to get with someone who does this? The way I do and who relishes it. So what do you think Animation studios need to do in order to make the animation industry more welcoming to animators of color and voice actors of color and I'll start with you in for me and you know, this just goes for everything. It's really just about. Being aware of what's going on. For instance, when I created my show, Okay, Kayo, let's be Heroes for Cartoon Network. Was only the second black creator for the network. And the first black creator was Andre 3000. So, uh, you know, he got to come in the door completely different way than I did. Think that studios need to be aware that you know talent, people of color. You know they're rare in this industry, but it doesn't mean we don't have the talent. They need to just be aware and Cast their net a little wider, and I really hope that that's gonna happen more as we get more people being able to come to prominence, you know, using the Internet, and it's hopefully easier to find those people. So, Bruce, What about you? What do you think? Ooh. Oh, man. Yeah, I kind of agree with him. I mean, I think it's really about opportunity. I think you know for us to have the opportunity. Will help paint and put the industry on course and on par for What we in the foreseeable future, because listen, one thing you can't deny and life is that us? We is a black people. We drive culture way. Just do so that always when you see our our stories being told, And when you drop us in movies, it makes those movies that much more interesting. You know, because of the language that we bring the swag that we bring those things that unnecessary. Those things that they look for. So you know, moving forward producers always. You should think about that. I weigh in like this. This is an easy work to be more inclusive. It's going to take a couple of extra steps for this to happen, and it could be something simple as grabbing six of the best little drawers. And you know, whatever neighborhood bringing them in and mentoring them for a year. Um, it could be something that small, just mentoring aspiring. Uh, you know, animators, voice actors or could be a larger program where we go. Hey, let's invest in the future off this industry. But We know that there's the talent out there. But the talent has to be given the opportunity and people need to be open to opening that door toe allow other faces, other ideas and other types of creativity in And this year you worked on a serious of anti racism shorts for Cartoon network is animation, a good medium for addressing the seriously issues of the kind we've been talking about. Absolutely. And, you know, I'll say it a million times. Animation is uniquely positioned to be, uh, medium that expresses and teaches empathetic skills and gets characters across. You know, at the end of the day animation is, you know, it's like a century old magic trick. We're basically forcing your brain toe. Look at these images. Hear these sounds hear the sound effects and believe that that's a real person and a real character. The reason why animation is so powerful is because that power comes from you, the viewer, you put the all those things together in your brain and you create the characters as well as us giving you the material to do so. Animation is incredibly powerful in that way, and I hope more people pay attention and thank you so much. We're gonna have to leave it there, and it was the light talking to all of you. Bruce W. Smith is the creator of the upcoming The Proud Family Louder and prouder and Jones Court. He is the creator of Okay, Kayo, Let's be heroes and Angelique Parent is the voice actor and co host and producer of Cafe Mocha Radio on WBLS. Thank you all for speaking with me. Thank you. All.
"jones court" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"You don't sleep pants are Like sweat pants. I well, the elastic. It's just like I don't wear pants. Unless I leave the house paints are horrible. And since March, 13th I've only worn them once to of actual professional meeting that I had to go to. I'm not that kind of meeting. I still drink. Um No sleep and sweat pants. That way. You don't feel yourself growing into that person. I'm gonna eat Well, yeah, man, right? I'm gonna eat. I love me some mashed potatoes. Cem, Cem, Cem Cem green beans, whether their castle rolled or not stuffing in the bird stuff out the bird, throw me four different kinds of jello. Zoe's put some pretzels in there. I don't know people do some wacky stuff with that their Jell O, so I'll eat it. I don't care if it even anything in a casserole dish. I will sample we added a new a new era side dish This year. We got some sausage made from our bodies. The Riese brothers Shadow them in San Antonio. We had its sausage to the menu this year, So I'm gonna make a bunch of sausage sandwiches with the little rolls. Put hot sauce on. There may be some Mac and cheese. Nice like dipping Some mashed potatoes. Oh, yes, I do. You dip those into your bucket of case? Oh, yeah. Big time. Come on now. Yeah, it's the pope, a Catholic. Never met him. You have to tell me. Okay, So that was the main feature This year we had some Coronas postponements and cancelations. Unfortunately, the news broke today as well. That Nick Saban tested positive for real for real this cocoa. He's got the Verona's, um I lost him. But where were the What were those gay Oklahoma, West Virginia moved to December 12 since he temple game canceled And there was always the Mac won the Mallory to state. His hair force. Air Force also canceled. Those will not be remade up. Unfortunately. Texas, Iowa State still on 11 A.m. kick is the final home game, Kyle, I'm laying just joined us. You can follow along with him at column lying. He's saying 24 21 longhorns. Ben, what Say you, I say 38 to 28, Texas. I think they'll be a little more points than Kyle of presumes. I'm gonna have you said it is a big 12 game. After all, I've got a few minutes left to think about that. I'm excited for the round ball. Tonight. I am to basketball back. I'm Chuck his last stand. Do you have any intel on you? Tr G ve known only that last year season opener against Oklahoma. They played him real tight, and it came down to the wire. What? But This is the Texas Longhorns. This is Greg Brown. This is Matt Coleman. Andrew Jones Jerrick of Sims as a team that I mean, they're they're champions. Let's hear who Shaka Smart's excited about. There's six guys on our team that have really separated themselves in practice, and I would say if I could, I would make all of them starters. You know, we're still kind of figured out what makes the most sense for us in terms of starting lineup, But Andrew Jones courting Remy Matt Coleman, that group of three guards And then Terkel, Simms Cojones and Greg Brown. Those guys have played the best in practice that they made the biggest impact on winning and practice. We've certainly had some other guys that have done some really good things. I put those air. Six guys that have had a very good six weeks. Ben Clements of Shaka Smart could figure out how to get six starters on the court. I think he would be the UT coach. In perpetuity. Yes, I mean, that's one more than the normal team. Yes, you know, there's a formula in college basketball's this You need to have three veterans. Three older guys, hopefully, junior to senior. Then you need one young stud. And you got it. You have the formulas there. Oh, boy. Do they have it? The senior guard Matt Coleman. You got your Other junior guard Courtney Remy, right there. Yes, redshirt junior Andrew Jones, who says himself that now he's 100% back back..
"jones court" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Dance through my head. Sports talk ladies and germs at Clement's out today, Jason Dick out today are they together having a duel Super spreader event with each other. Probably maybe. Now. Potentially, they're not joined with me, though I would say the better looking and more talented offspring. Mr. Ben Clements. Sleeker younger. Yes. Order last facial hair, but still a mustache? Yes, Rocket. A sweet stache with your brother Beato in the mole in the studio today and producer Brandon in there all by your lonesome. Why does it look like it smells bad in there? Excuse me. Why does it look through this? The glass that it smells so bad in your studio? I don't know. I couldn't tell you. I wear my mask. I got hand sanitizer in here. What about the clean looks a little funny. Your mouth's pretty fresh, actually does it? Yeah. If you don't say so yourself, I don't I am saying what What? What? Ax Fragrant. Are you rocking in there? A Dvorin stay hand sanitizers. Seven botanical extracts The hit the ladies love his stuff. Girl based tries drives the ladies wild. They know you're saying what about me? What? I can't single forever on the line. You have some tonight coming up. We'll be talking about the cancelations and postponements. There's been quite a few and the effects that it will have on the college and professional football world this weekend and for the rest of the season, man. I got a hit on this retirement. That happened to Ah, I would call him Local dude. Hell, yeah, from the entertainment world as well. But then I am. I'm stoked. I'm ready for tip off tonight. Oh, boy them running horns. University of Texas running horns Kickoff kickoff tip off tonight, verse, UT Rio Grande Valley, seven o'clock Longhorn network. Can you dig it? I have not been this excited for Texas basketball since the arrival of Kevin Durant back in 2007 this team. Look, I am I'm after the bomb Buzz and I have. I've done a good amount of guaranteeing on this team with Greg Brown arrival from Vandegrift High School Right here in Austin, Texas, G B. This team Is the best team in the big 12 conference such full what you say top 25 teams, and I know that's a bold prediction that but they are a lawyer's number two in the country I could give a rat's behind Kansas is number six in the country care West Virginia players, Texas duffel bags full of money up there. This team is the most veteran the best shooters, and they have Gregory Brown, a lottery pick in next year's MBA him all you can't Longhorns fans. Exactly. I mean, honestly, that does that hurt so bad man, and we've been stung by that. Shouldn't we be used to that, though, as office tonight, seeing our Texas Longhorn best will team we get these great players time Longhorns and then they're gone in nine months. Yeah, but you know what? I could care less because it's the here in the now we live in the present. Here we are. It's basically you know, the off season ends tonight. Seven o'clock tip. We're still the reigning Yes, defending? Yes, and I teach champions. It's good to say it's good to hear. It's good to know Tournament last year champions Don't mention the 90 the champions. Um God. Raining and I teach champions and here. Yes, Like you said, you're returning Andrew Jones, who claims to be I mean there, he says he's even had an injury last year. He's 100% 100%. Healthy, healthy, healthy. What a great story drew man. Congratulations. Yeah. Just for everything. Such an inspirational story, But you got Andrew Jones, Matt Coleman, Courtney Remy, all returning. Yeah, not to mention Jericho. Simms, The 16 sinner who has bunnies really big jump, Probably in touch the top of the dome. But he looks like he's like grown again with his Afro. I think he mine is a big ass Afro word. I know that things that beautiful thing and it zone right, But I mean, just as a man, it looks like he's beefed up as well. Well, Baker, the former A Westlake shepherd Well here in Austin, Texas, That's right. I was excited when I saw from Ham Jr last year. This. Then you add Greg Brown bread. Brown, who was a top 10 recruit come out of high school again. A vendor grip high school shoutout Vandergriff. This team has the most potential we've seen in a long, long time. Well, then let me tell you, Shaka Smart spoke on the program being excited. This year's well Hope program is is very excited. I think one of the biggest things that's come out of this is an appreciation for some of the things that maybe we all took from me before. You know, like the ability to play a schedule. Basketball game way as a as a program are continuing to work to build to become more and more connected around a common cause. And when the game start, you know that obviously intensifies, but it's It's very important for us to not take for granted the fact that certain things can pull people in different directions, so just staying staying connected around. What we're here to do as a group is something that we've been talking about quite a bit, and I hope that group stays connected and victorious this year bank loans That was the words of Shaka Smart. Who do we know if he still has the Afro growing? What? What? Knives on shotgun seen a photo of him since Mark. He looks like a guy that was at studio 54 couldn't find the exit. But his hair looks like yours. What's it does? It still does? Dude, he's doing kind of like the Del contact Little face on. The others don't know facial hair. It's all up top. I love that shot. I haven't seen the dude. He's not cut his hair until the Texas Longhorns or 90 champions. Once again. No Here's me national champions. No win a game in the freaking actual tournament in Clement's one game. I wanna believe Shaka. I want to believe in you, bud. And I'm drinking that cooling when it comes to this team, Ben because of the people that we we just talked about. You see, Greg Brown has already like a Naysmith. Yes Finalist or watch list. My talisman talking him up for weeks. Well, Shaka Smart knows what he has as well. There's six guys on our team that have really separated themselves in practice, and I would say if Could I would make all of them starters. You know, we're still kind of figured out what makes the most sense for us in terms of starting lineup, But Andrew Jones courting Remy Matt Coleman, that group of three guards and then Jericho, Simms, Cod Jones and Greg Brown. Those guys have played the best in practice that they made the biggest impact on winning and practice. We've certainly had some other guys that have done some really good things up with those or six guys that have had a very good six weeks. And that's senior guard Matt Coleman. He mentioned who I believe is left handed left handed. Okay, He gets a pass. Gotta watch the spending The shot Cantrell, but that's he's a good left hander. He is I mean, member the game winner against tell you a couple years ago. Yes. The senior guard Matt Coleman, who chose the University of Texas over Duke went toe Carmelo Anthony's former school. He's all modern. Oh, kill, so excited to see what he can do. Leading this team. You know, as the general out there in his senior season, man, is there some time I want that is gonna be on that court with him. Seven o'clock tip tonight. Are you worried about them? Not the Longhorns. Beauty are G V They played ou pretty well, last year decision opener, But I think this team is too talented in the Texas Longhorns. This is Shaka. Smart Year. Yeah, this is because it is quite literally a make or break year. Yeah, Corona saved that man's job. And here is Shaka smart talking about that UT Real Grande Valley team terms of beauty Rio Grande Valley. Lou Hills done a really good job with the program. It just got some unique things about their team that makes them really dangerous. Number one. They're the only team the country with no freshmen..
"jones court" Discussed on Peter's Reiseblog und Tourismus Podcast
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"jones court" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Massive. Game of thrones Keith last question for you the. We're now talking about Tyson Jones that Oscar Java is is. Is An issue for boxing that we're exploiting the past and I. Don't say we the media but like boxing, the biggest amount of interest is in it exploiting it's passed I'm not saying that wouldn't be interested in. Retired athletes in other sports like Michael Jordan was like I'm coming back, that'd be huge interest in that but you know boxing is trying to get on speak with. Younger fighters and most of the interest is in older fighters is that a significant issue to you? I I don't know because you know Mike Tyson is such an anomaly in the sense that he was a phenomenon in the eighties and and really the interest in Mike Tyson has never really wavered despite him losing to vendor only failed twice especially in the infamous way that he lost the rematch getting knocked out by Lennox Lewis getting knocked out by Danny Williams losing to Kevin McBride when he quit on his stool. Fifteen years later people are still fascinated with whatever Mike Tyson is doing whether he swimming with sharks or. Growing Pot in his backyard or whatever whatever it is he's doing people are fascinated with Mike Tyson. So I think I'm not surprised by that. So so it doesn't I wouldn't say I'm alarmed in any way that people are more interested in what Mike Tyson's doing than what Jamaal Charles was doing or Devante Davis do not knocking them. It's just. Mike Tyson is whole, -tural icon despite all of the crazy and in some cases, criminal things that he has done in his life people are just never going to stop being interested in Mike. Tyson. So I don't know necessarily forty Jones courts very popular fighter or legendary fighter would worry Jones. We're not fighting Tyson that events and who knows whether it's still gonNA come off. But I don't think it would have been as much interest in that in event if Mike Tyson wasn't involved in it. So I think if it was if it was Tyson Holyfield of course, sort of been a lot of interests of math but. Shannon. Briggs comes back. Okay people might write about Some people might want to see I. Don't know why necessarily but But. It wouldn't be as big of a deal as Mike. Tyson. So it doesn't it. I don't think. I'm as concerned about it as as. Maybe people might think should be if you cover this sport. I'll about you guys but I get regular emails from people telling me Shannon Briggs is coming back into WanNa talk to Shannon Briggs. Good with that at the moment, let's let's last question for you. You're in. California. This is where that Tyson Jones fight was originally scheduled to take place next month. allegedly. GonNa take place on November twenty eighth. Do you believe that Tyson Jones is going to happen? I, I think that they will I think that for whatever was going on with some of the financial reasons they had to get their house in order. I believe that they're doing that right now, and if the intent is for despite is still go down had been old and look I mean..
"jones court" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"What you can when you Grozny's stills Nash and young kicking off at this hour with their Carreon and we will do that nobody quits nobody stops nobody retreats not here not now not in New York City and for the most part the rest of the country too you did here and let me just a reminder once again at ten thirty later this morning Tuesday morning on the midday show with the most of the Maggie it'll be the New Jersey governor also up front close and personal he has been with the New Jersey like with that new with global with the New York so the bottom line is he has been there with you know looking all of his straight in the eye with what he wants to do with what he needs and very much showing the signs of leadership that anyone I listen if you're a New Jersey resident you have to be as proud as governor Murphy as could be and help beyond I think this is great what you get with WFAN sure if you want to talk about with the with the free agency with the draft whatever it is baseball football basketball hockey yeah of course arena and even talking about that for a minute or two no it's not important right now absolutely not your life my life every part of his life is a little bit more important there now it whether or not the jets are going to move down or whether the giants moved out I mean you know what I'm talking but I will because that's what we do and that's who we are we're all sports fans but how could we talk about the toy department went in real life people are dying by great great numbers that keep going up from this invisible double from this invisible enemy and one good thing and I hope it does happen whether it's Ronson and Johnson but the outside of the news side of that I happened to see was that they're working on a vaccine and of course that they are they're basically hoping that that they could have chance this vaccine by September now that's months away but the sooner the better yeah I do hope it September of twenty twenty and not twenty twenty one and older games I can't see please tell me that the NBA can't have a seventy game season can't have a post season where the teams are going best of three tell me we can play football tell me we can have an NFL season tell me that and tell me we could finish out as Adam silver wants to do as I was saying with the NBA and tell me we can have major league baseball even if it does stretch into November but we can't have any games with or without fans in New York or not in New York whether it's in a Y. E. I've I read were with the whole Y. E. with the Bahamas that maybe there are they have cases there yeah I mean even in Utah Montana in with states where there are more salmon that there are human beings where there is more open space than than the you know call close proximity of people like in a major city the bottom line is where heavy you can't have games unless you test the players not having never mind about us being at home to watch the Yankees you know we had the the Bahamas I would do it if it's the metropolitans making it in as a wild card and they have to play their games in Hawaii okay I'll be watching and I would be loyal the hoping to talk about the Mets after oppose season gave god willing I would love to be talking about a Yankee game after a post season game that god willing bottom of the bottom line is no matter where the players play they're gonna have to be ten stayed here via invite Yankee or metropolitan yes Sir got tested and their positive what is the rest of the team going to do cooperatives and sitting next to him in the dugout you would have to get were every the rest of the team would even if they're tested positive they're not going to be even if they tested negative rather they're not going to want to be with somebody who has tested positive while you have to get him off the roster and of everybody else's testing pa Dega do and I had to get with the word you test positive that's a negative and yet we want to be positive and very up lifting and look for you know the curve to be flattening and we want to look at the the the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel at the mall with the curve keeps rising have we want somebody did not do that curve you know out of the ballpark and then we could talk about exit velocity like you've never heard about exit velocity ever before but again I mean the players have to be tested and they have to be clean they have to be negative for them to be set next to each other and playing each other on the field whether it's NBA NHL the Major League Baseball god willing we get some kind of conclusion some kind of closure and some kind of games are we all so desperately vessels so desperately need for our own mental health but at the moment I can't tap dance I can't I don't wanna make anyone smile and let's say you know it's my normal self you know making another mistake and then of course listen it's like watching or listening to somebody's slip on a banana peel and I would have slipped out a lot of Indiana's peels but the bottom line is you know from what I'm talking it's a serious time and it affects all of his cell one eight seven seven three three seven six six six six is the number to call and my next court verdict is a burden in Manhattan they are very very okay is this who is this by the way learning all I did get it right okay I've got so many names on this piece of paper yeah I would yeah I thank you Vernon well I thank you for the call what's going on what will happen next question for you we want to take that next question hostal Steve I want thank you so much for doing your autobiography on the radio you took your top and learned a lot about your lifestyle Sharon thank you for that I'm glad you did not follow your own mobiles destruction your structure to become so real estate I had a lot to offer loans to get where you wanted to be here he started off as a little boy thank you for that well I thank you for giving me a chance at being patient with me and of being forgiven with me because it already has made over here Chris ward was states that I have so I thought I have to thank you to learn how you how you getting along are you are you okay you would your family or your your phone from your final working from home so I'm doing good so how someone next question for you okay and we will go to nineteen sixty nine the year anything okay all right corporal last out for the match to win the World Series well that was clear I've Jones that is correct now here's the kicker I was wrong meeting with a full season ticket holder matched so I had a chance to meet with some of sixteen mixing Cleon Jones is there and here's a tough question Jones court that baseball the camera switch to the infield he saw all the things run over for you sure create Criado never went to the dugout how did he get out of the ballpark well you mean with the baseball that he caught it quote today for all right fans ran on the field sure he realized there was so many people in the field he didn't get a chance to get to that very well so how do you think he does let's all pause well did he well did you get around the the pitcher's mound no yeah no I don't know what I've heard and I don't know that one yeah you you you were telling us about this and we had a meeting at Citi field when he caught the ball you realize so many fans on the field he was the one that could provide a heightened active safety to get out of the ballpark we harmed over the fence yeah I was a guest yeah I said it is out of going north he wants out you guys are you guys the to tell you what phone call you know just door your mobile home down the street for you to keep that stuff about your family well that's another nice day Yuchun Vernon thanks again yeah really thanks a lot Eric is calling from Phillipsburg New Jersey and Eric here on the fan what's happening well first of all Steve thank you so much for taking my call I mean you've been there so many nights for may would the first thing I wanted to talk about the album Costello I would love to hear that I'll get to that in a second okay you know you know every single day you know our our sport I'm he's Mexican so I had tickets for opening day okay so obviously that didn't happen this is the time of the year where you know spring comes out and in on our players run on the field and you know it's it's it's it's such a crazy time and anytime that there's a hard situation going on with me the fan is always there it's a sense of normalcy the fact that you guys knew that everybody else in the fan you're you're continuing on I noticed a partner at home it's so important for us because you're there I can tell you I can listen via get out so he never won thank you very much well see here okay and I'm going to say when I always say it see if you're not there Eric were lost where were hollow were wounded as a whole yeah there's there's a big open wide open space that it's more the right now is six feet was social distancing so it's important that we talk to our our you know two people that we consider having not certainly do and I would again I can't speak for anyone else although it sounds like I am but we're no different we're all sports fans this is what we have in common they were all born for that matter we're all human beings and it was not a safe time maybe this is what see this is therapy for me I don't know if that means of week but I there is there a fee for me to be talking to you thank you so much I the end of my second point was with the lad who dared to callers ago John John in the eighties I remember my grandparents making me listen to the album could spell albums in the early eighties and I'm sorry it still holds up I'm sure it's such a it's such a great it's such a great scared and it be great if you guys could play if not everybody knows how to find that we I am the M. two seconds on YouTube but it still holds up and well yeah I'll tell you what an Eric thank you thank you very very much for being part of a hero yeah you bet and we'll go we'll go I just wanna say if in the last hour some of the calls are not they are in a listen we've been through that show will be more than happy Michael would play out of the Vatican stylo who's out first as a as a as Eric was saying I mean it's a easy to get through you know I used to but now I mean there are ways that that that bed is timeless and it does play it's still entertaining and it was one take at nineteen forty one on live network radio no television then of course they were on network radio joined the Avoca Stella who's on first it's a classic of course and the timing impeccable and it's a timeless timeless bed that still works and no matter how many years later you hear it bar bar is calling from Brooklyn New York bar if you're on the fan thank you for taking the time as well what's going on do you have a girl not bad how's it going with you I'm doing amazing good I'm glad I'm glad how are you yeah go ahead go ahead before I get to my point it and I just want to thank you for all you do he really helped me get through the night well listen I you know I'm gonna say the same thing to you cause and JJ would say days overnight under the covers out at beginning at so and if you said that to him I'm sure he would say the exact same thing back because he can't do a program without you being there so it's like all of this I mean it's a simple please said common sense you know you give us you make for the program because some of his all of those who take calls the the calls otherwise we're not here yes the amounts to being a fan I'm a little disappointed that opening day is post all what do you think of the coronavirus goes on for a few more months you you think there'll start hand so they're being this season how much is the limit of the games what do you think well here's the thing I mean here's how you have to look at a far thanks a.
"jones court" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Joseph Oldendorf okay India felt to be a good idea to go for a nice little twenty my how Jones court Olympic national for as you do right and we're out there on his side to side to spend his Friday night when about five PM and there during the course of his run his tibia became detached from his ankle numbers he broke his leg yeah but a whole run along and all what do you do he's out of cell phone service and you know you can't text or call or anything so he started crawling on his hands and knees you know hopefully get a cellphone signal well you know that time of night starts to get dark in a drop down like twenty six degrees okay and he's figure locker if I don't keep moving here I'm going to die of hypothermia so he can you can continue to just crawl along the way along the path until either a ran into somebody who can get to a place where he could you know make a you know good make a call or whatever quote I wasn't counting on my phone ever working I just figured this is my only chance I'm gonna crawl all the way my uncle was in such bad shape that I had to be lying face down in order for it not to flop out of alignment try to crawl on all fours and my knees you know owns rocky snow is dirty after a while my knees were just wrong Rocca's leg about twelve miles into the twenty mile twenty mile run so he crawled on his hands and knees and pull about ten straight hours until we finally was rescued so did did he finally get a cell signal or indeed make it wasn't hard to somebody doesn't say I think he finally just ran into like you it was able to get a signal then finally some people kind of met up with him and they medics from the scene there their weight and then he's ready to go in there like to crawl over further will get numb skin but absolutely not some true life you know manly constante and he's a loser mine I just lay there and die in the freezing cold crawled on his hands and knees of this ankle dislocated out of his so in the darkness four so he crawled through the night yeah it did not say what they what time he I started five well essentially that would be if he would crawl through the night say it was about twelve thirty or more work before you actually got a cell phone service and then but it's been more than ten hours that he actually have been crawling pretty cool absolutely not stored by you what's yours and that way you could consider that had a a terrible injury right right what is the worst injury was the worst kind of see I never I have never really had anything too bad happened to me I've run some nails into my rusty nails and crap like that when you're a kid and well I told you about when I was five and I stuck my arm into the washing machine repair yeah he did tell me that was that was pretty brutal for a five year old yeah but I will tell you I'll tell you what happened to my son the the old one Jack he was up to me and we'll live there's woods behind our house and he was out there with some of his buddies and they're out there plan and he was probably shoot I want to say eleven or twelve and so they're out there they're symbol they found some old structure Anonymus or frame of the house in order yeah it you know the remains of a house so they're kind of climbing around on it one night and he he fell into one of the things by you know broke well he falls onto a broken board and it impales him right under like his whatever like a better way but but cheek at the top of his thigh yeah and and there was probably I mean I didn't see it at the time but there had to be like about a two inch in diameter hole in his leg home here and so one of his buddies and Lou comes running up to the other leg and so he comes limping out of the woods and there's blood everywhere and so W. like I'm we're leaving so she is she jumps on the car in the garage and read it I throw him in there and she's I was like what are you going to do is use I don't know I'm going to law school well there's a fire station not too far from us and thank god for those guys the paramedics they you know the kind of dressed as best they could and they took him to the hospital and the later on deb went down to the fire station to thank the guys cupcakes or some such and they said the yeah we were really afraid he was going to bleed out really yeah so they it was even more serious than than we thought yeah wow but yeah we really thought for a minute there he's going to bleed out so I'm like she telling me that's how bout you what you've had like bones protruding from her yeah well I I think I've told you this story where I blocked that punt improving practice and broke my phone so I was with the cowboys and I was you know however trying to show out make the teams with this kind of simulated scrimmage things I will be my man jump now go out lay out boom it damage blocked a punt in ask that hurt in I looked down I was like oh man in and out of my glove of sickness white thing we got a trainer like all man what is that because that's your bone good so yeah I just we had to go to you know we may have to call this doctor unknowing sure this guy was an actual surgeon AB whatever he operated on difficult pains in it and that was it but that was a that was pretty gnarly so well worst things ever happen to you seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred.
"jones court" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"It's Ian Derek J. and Stephen in the studio here tonight now Derek. You've been telling us about a Seattle police captain. Who has been arrested? He's he's in his fifties. He's been on the squad there for thirty one years and got caught for soliciting a prostitute yet. And now I want to know what's going to happen for twenty four four minutes and railways for forty dollars that he gave to an undercover agent undercover agent. Who is pretending to be a prostitute? And that's got me. You know looking up like Alex Jones courts make and what are they direct things than like. There's all these stories but I imagine an escort makes more than a street girl. You know your street girls are the kind of prostitutes. They're looking underscore. Some heroin or coker that makes sense so they're GONNA do whatever they're gonNA do for half the rate of what you would pay an escort. Okay Dander because that's where all the jokes come from the flight girls who will do a lot for very little money out on the street s going to be a little more classy. They're they're like a professional go live inside the way. This girl is talking in this article. She says I am investing a lot of money myself this year. which girls this this? This is a an escort now searching. Oh this is unrelated to the GOTCHA. Yeah including breast implants and some facial surgery that will feel more Justified demanding higher prices. I'm planning on spending twenty thousand Canadian while which is around sixteen thousand American in cosmetic medic surgery this year. But I'm hoping to see my annual income increased by at least fifteen thousand per year thereafter I don't like the amount of work involved with being independent and I think the stress of maintaining detaining a residence To work out of wouldn't be worth it so she works with an agency. There's all these trade offs like this is a real profession. These are talking about it. Sex work like work. Yeah I mean can you imagine how hard I work is. It's got to be very frustrating in a lot of ways. Yeah sex itself even if it's not your work as work right and then you've got customers who expect certain things and hopefully this prostitution needs to be legal and and you know you were hoping that maybe this this would lead to that conversation. That was my point yet was when I read this I was like well. This is great because hopefully nothing happens to this guy whereas normally I want to see justice. Oh the shoe's on the other foot now and I'd kind of like but I really want nothing to happen and for this to be like. Oh you know remember five years ago and the captain was arrested like you know. Let's get rid of this prostitution thing. It just doesn't seem like we need this law. It would if it goes that that's takes. That's what it's going to be. People are like well we always look the other way on this stuff. So let's just get rid of it and they're not gonNA come to a moral conclusion where they're like. Oh well we've been wrong it's wrong and it's always Enron you know that's not gonNA happen. Well I just you know. I wish that it would happen for a different reason. I wished that I think what realistically is going to occur. Here is the typical situation where he will apologize. So this is what it looks like what we would all I think hope happens where where it becomes legal and safe and like a real job is happening and this is the midway point where captain is arrested for it and no one really cares. Yeah we'll see it'll be it'll be interesting to see how he handles this is he gonNA clam up. IS HE GONNA make a public statement about how sorry he is and and you know is he married. So is he going to have to apologize to his wife As well you know is going to be this whole mea culpa thing please let me keep my job. I'll take take a demotion or whatever or is he going to say you know what. I'm not sorry. I was trying to help this girl out trying to help myself. And you're a dreamer. There's nobody say the all I'm sorry I have is. I'm an upright guy but but no I think everyone's GonNa no. That's not the reality that he's just shooting the apology for show and this is a fine behavior that they're like you know we know will ris. He's a good guy give it. Isn't this a state is. Is this a state law or is it a Seattle city. It's gotTa be a state law right like this is prohibited at the state level. So the odds that this is going to motivate state representatives to change their mind about this issue may not have. Yeah no but if it floats down from culture so it starts with the culture accepting this politicians titians are usually like fifty years after culture and so this is going to do what they want any way like based on what the general culture is they might not do exactly what the politicians want. Well the police can certainly use discretion. I mean they could have just not arrested him in the first place so the police are always free in most. Oh circumstances with with few exceptions there are certain as I understand it felonies that they they shallower estuaries. They have to but in most cases. They don't have to be I. I hope they raise a fund for this guy so that he can get a real escort service look cap like no. We don't need you going on on the streets streets like where we're patrolling around. You knew about this sting operation bro. Like okay we got a number for you. You just call this heads. Ed's it's sad that he was just on the streets like that. I mean there's gotta be professionals in Seattle. Of course there are thousands of the like I mean. I've never even looked into buying one of these things that I know there's websites you're supposed to go to write APPs websites. I mean the feds took down back page. So there's not that one anymore. I saw some weird story. There was a guy who who was soliciting sex using Arby's gift gift cards or whatever really I see I see guys soliciting donations. Just give me money on Grindr under and they're just like here's my pay pal. Send Me. That's not prostitution. That's just begging. No but I think they you. Did they perform services or just like they have photos though and they're like cute or sexy and they're just like give me. I don't know I like I find that insulting personally. Like oh wow I can get maybe get a picture or something from you for sending you money or I see it on the dating services. Where when young women do the same thing where they'll post their then mo like then mommy five dollars and see what happens like I'm not GonNa do that? I presume there's more be beyond the paywall. I presume it's a scam. Personally is what I presume. It is either a scam or it's just saw that they deserve something because they're pretty. Derrick Derrick subscribes to the the most amazing Oh yeah guy but I get more than what I pay for this. You know the only fans sites like okay so really. Hot People like sex performers on the web. They will have Their subscriptions paid sites Sky Super Hot and he puts out a video. You know once every couple of days or saying sexy ten bucks a month you find him. I found him through I don't know if I can say on the say the no but it's it's a website where you can watch people basically dance. I C okay and whether without clothes with or without clothes and he was great he was my own website. And it's just my own thing and you know if you subscribe you'll get discount 'cause you were on the site so school well. One of those sides yeah comfy. Hey you live and learn. I guess you know fifty thirty one years in the police department. He hadn't learned his lesson about whether or not to shop for prostitutes. Hope he hadn't been waiting like decades he was like. Oh you know his wife. Everyone does this. I've never seen anyone get in trouble for this like I'm just GonNa do well. If he wasn't in the Doghouse with his wife before now he probably is presuming. He's married. It didn't mention that I think that's relevant to the the artist so it probably would have said something well it I Dunno it's breaking news and maybe there's you know maybe there will be more somehow. This is breaking news. Eight fifty eighty five four hundred fifty free like freedom. You can join us here bring up whatever you want. Maybe you've got experience working as a prostitute or working as Your or perhaps visiting prostitutes institutes as somebody who's hired them before. And you know you can tell us what would be the best way for this police captain to have acquired one. This is free talk. Most of you know that heart disease is the number one silent killer.
"jones court" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"You know here's the thing the giants for a press release today in a press release about the change from a quarterback who has been. a legendary quarterback is going to collect the fifteen years is one of five men to be a two time Super Bowl MVP winning quarterback five minister the sport he's in the top ten in every category just about the quarterbacks can be in in the history of the league he started to one thirty two of the two one for thirty three giant games played the last one thirty three games play so it's one thirty two of them he has been the NFL man of the year he has represented the the franchise in a way that you could only hope somebody could represent the franchise in the last fifteen going on sixteen years okay he holds every giant passing record everyone there is none that he doesn't hold and there's not a quote in the story from the general manager or an owner. that is an absolute disgrace. you are going to sit and iconic member of your team who gave you fifteen years of class fifteen years of performance fifteen years everything had. and there's not a quote from the owner there's not a quote from the general manager. about this transition. benching this player after fifteen years and two hundred and thirty two games. when the giants forget how to be a classy organization that's a disgrace. an out and out disgraced and the fact that we haven't seen John matter today was seen gentleman I mean is a joke an absolute joke. that's a slap in the face of the most loyal to some of the most loyal fans in all of professional sports a set is a thousand times the best fans that I've ever encountered by giant fans and ranger fans because they're they're win lose they never give up on their team they're the most loyal fans in the world and loyal much following Yankee fans met fans Nick fans get fans a lot of sense of fair weather fans of their if they went in and out there if they lose giant fans of they wanna lose ranger fans are they wanna lose and they're always there for their their great fan bases and their fan base deserves better than that today that's just a joke the giants of not only for god had a win they forgot how to be giants. bill in the New Jersey what's a bill. Hey Mike how are you that was really well said by the way I completely agree with you I I called agree with something else instead adds one small think that was a little bit different I totally agree this team is not gonna be better with Daniel Jones I know that but the same reason that mac if you wanted to do this is because there are certain RP there are certain. order back will be able to do it you like could not in the playbook when you. do they run these mobile offences now okay they're all copy cats they all want to move the quarterback they all want to run the same stuff they'll all run in the same stuff okay they will. no way Hey takes away a defender if you have to guard the court. that doesn't mean you have some of the most successful quarterbacks in the league do none of it. okay brandy by the radio or because none of it right K. this does not affect roller mascara good does none of it there is many quarterbacks who do none of it but the new age quarterbacks do it I agree with you and nice coaches want to copy it and they want to run it now which I told you I tweeted this three weeks ago and I said to you I will go to the bench because of mobility before you go is because of performance that will get the case and that is that right that that is what they want they want to go to bed they they want a mobile quarterback and that's what I could do on a mac to do wanted a mobile quarterback that's what. that's what he does with that the first that is and what he wanted was a mobile court but what you're but the but what the giant fantasy getting and he's got a member first year quarterbacks don't read defenses first year quarterbacks the world the they're gonna mess up the mess up all the time. and he he's gonna make mistakes with delight definitely a Tom Brady those types of quarterbacks definitely still can succeed but I think the giants had been in it for so long that they're ready to try something new and different as you said it was stale it was just the right time and as you said. before the giants on gonna win with this the sense no matter what does it matter what the offense those what is the fences so bad they're not going to win anyway but listen it was time I'm not saying it wasn't time I I was against bring into quarterbacks back is so I I understand I'm not disagreeing with that part of it but what I'm telling you is the idea that the offense gets better because you put the kid and is not going to happen you're gonna see he's gonna make mistakes that better collects never make but that's part of being a kid quarterback Creggan calls necklace of credit. I want to see it the same way so I look at the last two years draft classes and I see other than se Kwan Barkley I see nothing that's helping the team I see the last two years of free agency and again I see these old guys the boredom from Saint Louis nothing that's helping the team win I mean if Daniel Jones doesn't prove to be the next Eli manning again we're just gonna blow up the whole organization again from general manager the coach on down it's just I don't know what to say you know everything is on in Daniel Jones court right now. listen the bottom line is this is all about develop this is no longer about record it's about developing a quarterback and that's what they had to make it about because they can't make it about record because they have a terrible team that's really what happened here today and I will find out of the corner. that's will find. but I put a gentleman's gentleman I listen I can't tell you about his draft picks this year yet because the play two games I got to watch them play this season before I tell you that the guys that we have that on the first round this year can play or not I can't tell you that yet. but what I expected a giant sand I'm looking for it's only been hearing. he's only been here. right well you can't you can't judge them off one two games they play two games. well listen we get rid of snap together the burning we get rid of well you know we got rid of all of the family. that this and they weren't winning and that's the bottom line I wouldn't and I would not have given the safety and thanks for the call I would be given a safety seventy million dollars not a chance in the world. when a given in seventy million dollars in a minute ever. Tim instead I'll what's up him. Hey Mike big fan thanks for taking the call thank you. and great interview which server yesterday I thought you were just the right amount of tough on him if you let me I haven't you all right comment and if you let me I'd like to say something about cattlemen. all with you all right it seems that organizationally they changed everything and that affected you why he won two super bowls in a great running game because he's a great player action quarterback around the time magazine came they started getting receivers and secondary instead of I think the wind and the woman and I think he was never the same without that running. well I mean that's that's not they they did they didn't have a great running game what when they won but they they it one year they did one year they did but the point is if he had some good receivers listen Plaxico Burress a good receiver I mean really good was able. all my denim thing I can't stand this guy Mike I don't open cocky attitude or should stick Boston accent I just I can't stand them and he's put himself in a position where Daniel Jones is not great I'm not saying good if you love great you got to get rid of him you don't draft a player with the sixth overall pick and what you have great players and roll ready six overall pick you should be pro ready my. a the bottom line is when you draft according thanks for the call six he's going to play in this world he's got to play Sandell what's on channel. Hey my car you go have you two quick things one question. if the giants new. that they weren't going to or have you I go to the host either wouldn't it be best served the giants to just talk to you live before this whole thing started this you can say listen if it doesn't work out we're gonna pull you with this you know what this amount of games so he's not blind side because I think this will become like a blind sided thing on the line I think that's all of this and I I didn't think they should have brought him back on the any circumstances when you're going to draft a quarterback once you're going to draft a quarterback at the six pack to me there was no reason to bring a lie back the quarterback had apply that was all there is to it that's the world we live in now so to me he said they'll that was it and what you're saying is very sad so it was you have to give you like a chance but listen the light was going to come back he wanted to come back to the giants as long as he was going to get a chance to compete now whether he thinks he got and thanks recall with everything she got a fair deal a lot with F. as Campbell we haven't heard from him yet but as far as getting the speaking I I don't get it I mean gentleman's gentleman Jeanette forget speaking to me I understand as well talk to me after I rip them but he isn't anybody supposedly has given a press schedule spoke to the media since training camp is my understanding. Gary and Harrison was of Gary. like it just goes to show you how lucky we were to have George young and Ernie Accorsi my one point second at least now we have some I have some look forward to I don't want to watch it's argues but now I want to watch this game and see how that that's and that's why they did it with that that is exactly why they did it because what they sold you was hope. and that's why they did it they did it because they turned it in then thanks for the quick turn into a developmental year and they sold you hope on that the next shiny toy is there that your future is there the fan is always ready for the next great player always ready for his next big rocky always ready for that next shiny toy and that's what they're selling his hope Johnson Belmore what's up Josh..
"jones court" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Quest he's running for president he is pulling now in New Hampshire zero percent zero not one person is supporting him according to the poll now pull obviously they're piano supporting but the poll doesn't register that it's such a miniscule amount of people that exactly something you want to mention the next fundraiser no II don't want to bring it up it's not something for the brochure it's not something you want to text out to your supporters are put on social media zero percent now he's probably but here's the thing here's the here's the bright side the catch twenty two of that or not even that just the flip side you and I are pulling at the exact same number in New Hampshire a new have that would be correct actually in the F. W. as well all over the nation so that's good for us I suppose so in may before the first debate he was pulling at seven percent just under seven percent which was bad he was one of the top three at one point yeah under seven percent you know if that's it's slow but it's okay you you're okay six eighteen months out you're fine six months out that seven months out before the actual election in New Hampshire now pulling at zero percent I've never seen a guy go from the penthouse to the out house so quickly estreno is trump would say I think he would call him this if he ever if anybody ever asked about beta which nobody will cause banners and nobody now but I think it's a bad it was a low energy guy yeah and that's why fails and I think that's a that would be a good assessment he's just low energy I think he is bay I think use really kicked in the nets when he lost to cruise I think he really thought he was going to win that Laney had he felt like after that he was so close he thought you know maybe there is something to this yeah and of course he had those people those idiots in his ears yeah all telling them you should run for president run and you should hire me and give me a paycheck for the next year and a half yeah that's right nobody had an agenda there once yeah and for some idiotic reason illicit just like Swalwell bought it yeah with the it's the same reason why ten other candidates who have no shot but we saw doctor about this the reason he ran his because he could run against corn in this year he would have lost by ten points very much troubling and if you lost again he's he's a loser he's designated he's labeled he's branded that's it you're you're not somebody we're gonna deal with anymore you lost twice you're not gonna win but if you run for president you have all this national good will for some reason he was a saying with the national press I still have no idea why yeah but they tend to grab they tend to gravitate around empty suits a lot they've done that quite a bit last if anybody anybody but a Republican they'll gravitate around them and I guess he thought that this is my shot I better take it now and I I don't necessarily think that was bad advice for him no I think he was looking at the same future as P. beauty judge judge the mayor of a decent sized town in Indiana but there's there's no bigger position in that state he can get now it's a conservative state yeah he can't be senator he could maybe be a representative but yeah he could do that would be a congressman congressman but that's it that's that's a that's Heisey go yes there is never any governor now I say I think Beto salt kind of the same way yeah I gotta go bigger go home if I lose whatever I still got my wife and her dad's billions I got a deal with him but every Christmas party though yeah he's got a sense of family get together what are you doing to take care of my daughter and how much money do I have to give you now fat geeky managing how much he's pumped into this campaign I think I don't think you go I don't think you can write a mafia zero percent I think I was the last time I looked he still has money but what is he going to say it doesn't matter people will be just a matter a product that whole stupid I'm I'm a I'm a son I'm a great great grandson of slave owners and we've already moved on yeah nobody mention it because nobody follows Beto more than you and I don't know he is our favorite he is our fate handed it yes nobody else was talking about yeah he's just a bow tie floating around in space there's just no there there but I I still find it interesting because I think any flub could end up in his position if you're running against an unpopular candidate crews is unpopular with the people like media types they're gonna make him look bad see figure that's your advantage you had every chance you spent a fortune you had money coming in from all over the nation you at national press and yes still lost so one of two things had to happen either run for president hope that national good will continues or you say time to get out of politics for me Baylor was successful because he looks good in the shower as the saying we often like to have throat to Jerry Jones court about Troy yes I think he looks good in the shower he really fit what I think most millennials kind of wanted to specially more left leaning liberals want this kind of thing see it yeah hip guy yeah with no substance yeah exactly they found no well they wanted him to have some he doesn't turns out he does that and now he's just going by the wayside yeah yeah I think I think folks are finally said when you compare when you compare and contrast you finally see there's no there there and that's what you know something that's that that's the shallow nature of people nowadays yeah it's all about image is not about substance and that's what's concerning to me because you got a lot of non substantive people holding office right now all right coming up more about the trial but poop storm from the tweets and such will get to that on the way of some audio from a little debate today right now let's check on traffic bill Jackson.
"jones court" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"That. The rest of this is fluff for you know, their support. But there's more. There's been a push to try to resent the DHS waiver authority for the border wall act, and it was introduced by Representative Catling rights, it didn't it didn't game in a ground. But the article comes from home homeland that house that gove. The Democrats for homeland security house dot gov. They were sending the waiver thirty for border wall act would strike twenty two five law that granted the secretary of homeland security unilateral authority to waive all local state federal laws as such as important environmental laws such as the endangered species. Act the Clean Air Act. The native American graves protection repatriation act in safe drinking water to expedite the construction. Offenses concrete slabs or other infrastructure at the border. The thirty has been used. A number of times and on January twenty second twenty eighteenth. Nielsen waved approximately twenty laws including the Endangered Species Act. Which I have read are ready the American religious freedom act. And these things are, you know, really crucial to, you know, native cultures and what we've been fighting for for all this this time in what the stroke of a pen. They say we don't have to buy those. Okay. So. The rest of this will be on the show. My comments, very simple. On the show repeatedly. We talk about the hypocrisy of immigration, and you're gonna go how does that relate to this while we're talking about border wall? But I'll say it again like a broken record. I find it very very hilarious. And I say that are cast, of course, that descendants of European invaders, quite frankly who. Came here by force are now writing the rules as far who's who else can come here. And now as you can see and there's other point after point after bullet point here in in this in this article regarding department of homeland security. Giving the power giving them the power to say where reinforcing. Ourselves. On or at the expense of in one particular case, the buried dead of our people. Because as as many of you may or may not know, we don't Mark our graves. Necessarily. We do. It's only by the way, we know how to identify them. And so if something is quote amusing air quotes discovered as a result of construction, the navy American graves repatriation act in this particular case, it's very specific when we're talking about federal actions. So when nag prize is acronym is what native American graves protection repatriation act stands for Nagpur is triggered when there is a federal action on the project that has federal funds involved. Okay. Where gravesites our accidents hit as a result of construction all workers opposed to stop. Affected. Tribes are them contacted. For claiming ownership once a determination is made that they are. In fact, indigenous people. So that we can rebury our debt. But in this particular case, we're not even giving that option saying we don't care about clean water. We don't care about clean air. We don't care about native people that might be buried in the area. We want a wall. Think about that. That's basically what they're saying. So that's basically what they're saying at this was all done on the cover of darkness. Yes. And so. When you hear? I'll say straight up, and I know I'm why policies ahead of time. When you hear the Cheeto asshole say in, you know, we're gonna get Jones court, and then it's gonna go to district court. And then it's going to go to the supreme court. We're will win we hope. Guys, remember him saying that that's because he already knew that this had happened. So
Retired detective's hunch leads police to suspected serial killer in Arizona
"Hundred two seven three eight two five five zona police were able to track down the phoenix area shooting suspect with the help of the current husband of the suspects ex wife connie jones says her husband retired police detective made the connection between the crime scenes in her divorce from dwight jones for one hundred hours tweet lamont jones rain too terror on scottsdale arizona police say he killed six before he killed himself but the investigation reveals he's alleged murders were far from random we felt very strongly about mr jones had a divorce situation back in two thousand nine and ten and during all of that time he was related to all of the victims in some way according to investigators jones targeted mental health and legal professionals were involved in that brutal divorced from his ex wife dr connie jones court records show the judge nearly a decade ago ordered psychiatric evaluations for the party's conducted by dr steven pit he was the first man jones alleged that killed investigators say jones is youtube page he posted a series of videos before the murders maligning his ex wife and dr pit they were discovered as police pore over every detail of his life we're taking our time and making sure that we don't miss anything and that we give these victims and their families the justice that they deserve also gunned down valeria sharp and laura anderson to paralegals who worked at the law firm representing jones's exploits in that divorce his fourth victim was hypnotherapist marshall levin investigators say he just happened to share an office with another psychiatrist who worked on the divorce you do wonder is this is this a disgruntled client of mine that was looking for me i mean i doubt it but it could be before jones was finally quarter by tactical teams and killed himself in that hotel actually fired at his computer apparently trying to destroy evidence this lease to key questions here is final two victims were miles away from here they were an elderly couple how were they related to this crime and probably more importantly were there other people on that kill list out this point police suspect that he.