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"kacoos" Discussed on ESPN FC
"What the season is is already very goods and the patient. Next season with the new arrivals is just like wow, big squad. Be pressured to come with an awesome big call. The cell. Biggest. Jaws enough united. Let's talk. Syria are because giving ventures dropping points left right and center. There was still the possibility that if Iran, yeah or Yeah No, it didn't happen. Inter tell to by by roll into once again, taking the lead failing to shut to to see it through. I don't know I saw. It, you didn't play well again. and it's not just getting ability to keep the lead. In some ways. This all goes by the wayside because I'm Tanya conybeare afterwards. We got angry KOMMT again. This time he's going on about about the schedule, Stevens points. Going to point about what about having less rests early playing like I mean. He went too far on. They want us to fail and they always against The sniper face. He's never said when he was a you've. Yeah, but that's all right. Yeah I to me. You know what I get politically why you would say I mean we're trying to sum up what he said, but basically he's unhappy because he feels that they have to play every three days, which which everybody does, it's a compressed schedule. You WanNa. Get things on television. But he complains the fact that they always play it and I you know. Games kickoff at nine forty five local time, and then they get back at four o'clock in the morning, and then the next day all they can do a warm and then the day after that they've got to prepare for the. So on and these aren't conditions in which to work. I part of me says. There's a global pandemic having gone back and looked through. Who Plays I later you this? But I also feel dude. If you haven't dropped these stupid points along the way, you might be in a conversation. The title, the title win lose a romance and the night they lost. The against Bologna finds one up with a penalty to come and team managed to lost a game with just half an hour to go to the game, so you're right. He's made a mistake along the way I. I'm not really sure what Room Lulu Kacoos on the bench against Roma off to say as good as Alexis says she was tired. He coming back from injuries. Come on. This is those crunch games where you can go back oppression new surely pull your best striker on June and. Then bring out either Lautaro. Alexis who has been great and probably deserves to start Ben Slows Darrow and bring him on for half an hour. ANTACTICA cough. Up I didn't get. I my issue with this is. Look. There's a long history and elsewhere about saying things for a trading the siege mentality. But you say that you say these things if they're calculated and we know for example, just Marino historic. Not The only one. In, the past passes onto to, but you say when. You can still influence something when there's something. At this point because nothing, it just sounds like you whining. It sounds like you coming up with sour grapes. You really think that they made the calendar to try to favor. You vent when the conversation was all about lots. Covering his on the failure. Right, it's also it's also she's. Marino does as well you deflect the attention on what you did. Your choices, your tactics. You know play Brazil, vh. In position and got behind him I'm I'm not so sure. And then that's where of deflecting all onto the referee, because y'all go out. and. Probably was a foul on before the first room I got on I was actually. Let's talk about for the foul on the caller over cotto. I'm basically bows into barges into him, and then off that they score also because was it. On, the goal line doesn't show his feet out. I looked at it, and you know this situation with Vr flagger through the referee, the referee again and decided not to go and and disallowed the goal. He decided it was obvious mistake. We can go back under a magnifying Lens and look at all these situations. I? Don't have a problem with that. Not being called the foul. No me, neither did. This is not something that happens all season. There was when united play. Liverpool our trumpet and run one. The first good came from a very similar move, and also the at the march it all the way up the patient score and Still Dominates. This isn't going to make thing, but I just think you're going to give to pass on this one. You're angry. You let it all out. The beast came out. County also did make the point that this was a good season for entered Europe elite of course still out there. Are you on board with that I? Think so I, think so I. Think I've seen them enough this season. To be able to say is an improvement compared to last year. The Hebrew positive things and yeah, okay. If you hire contain your, so no, there's a that another side of things going the way he wants all when disappointment and then he will shout any. We angry as we've seen quite a lot since the restart, but that cannot. Hide the feige think the much better team than they were before he arrived at some of the signings of thought, really well, Lukaku. I and that potentially. If you build on this next season, you could be even more competitive I hate bringing up the word culture, because it's all kind of like pie in the sky, and you can use it both ways, but I think this he has changed the culture of the team to to to some degree, maybe the culture of the club. I'd had stolen stony. Of course. Who's now you know a legitimate starter, still growing so young The downsides. He has an integrated Erickson. I think. He's gone to the veterans a little too often bringing in Moses Yang short term situation. There's still a lot of work to do front office, but you're right.
"kacoos" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast
"Of the year shows up I'm not expecting a lot of baskets and I was seeing a lot of bass is going into who Lebron was definitely eating them up, so, but but that's an argument out there. There's some people will say. Go bare right, but again I go Anthony Davis I'm biased, but it makes sense just seeing what he's done. He's one game this year with his defense especially in the clutch. He really so you look at what they gave up. Brandon Ingram is going to be really good right I mean he's and he's got an even better this year. He's going to be great. Is he going to be is ever going to hit Anthony? Davis low. Probably not. That's a super high bar. Right Lonzo Ball I like Lonzo ball I still like him. He's never going to be Anthony Davis level most likely the of them becoming that level inaugurate Josh Heart is a great role player. I would love to have Josh Heart on this team, but in the end I felt like in the moment when the trade went down I was glad to see okay. It's official eight years Laker. At, the time though I remember thinking cash. That's what it is. They gave up a lot and you can see why. It's paid off this year. Their first place in the western conference. It finally feels like Lakers does. It doesn't don't get me wrong. I'm glad they did it. But my hope when the tree broke had been that they would have kept one of three things one of four things. I want to see them either. Keep the number four pig. Keep. Brandon Ingram. Keep Lonzo or keep the pair of Kacoos Mandra Chartres, I wanted to keep one of those four things because I thought the Lakers had some leverage because Boston was out anthony. Davis said he would resign there right. All of these other teams that he wasn't. GonNa go. There was no better offer to than the Lakers, and so my hope was that they will come with a little bit better deal that would leave them with one or two more assets I was actually cool. With Lonzo Ball and cal coups Mustang and everything else going because I knew the avenue that you're giving up. It had to be a lot just because there were teams like he had Boston..
"Welcome to kiss Miss Mystery. Your host kid crumb today the spirit of Kuku. You might have heard of the wall city in Mexico Corner. Baca asked twenty residents of this wall city. Why the walls and you'll get twenty different answers. Mostly it seems. A consensus is that they keep out bandits and drug lords in the community surrounding the walled city. Crime was running rampant. Children were safe ninety. Were killed by drive by shootings other simply vanished off the streets. Local law enforcement was in the pocket of the local drug dealers. Some residents sudden Asir to the church but most simply locked their doors and kept children indoors than does were afraid to venture out and soon it was appeared. The local economy was collapsing. Many of the elders of the community built helpless. Spoke out about the Kukui. A spirit that arrived with the Spanish censors before but unlike the Spanish that killed and pillage the cocoon came to do good. It was a priest that arrived with. Cortez and fifteen nineteen. I mentioned a false God like spirit called Kukui. There was plaguing the various Spanish camps. For three hundred years of Spanish rule over the central regions of MESOAMERICA kacoos present ravaged the caps with fever and dysentery. It was in the early nineteenth century after the Spanish. American wars and the secession of most Spanish territories details of a strange spirit cuckoo that has so affected early Spanish conquistadors that they were often defeated at least temporarily by the indigenous tribes they encountered but does the elders passed away generation after generation. The story of Kukui became a folk tale often told the children to scare them into be good otherwise the Kukui take them away but by nineteen fifty. The community around the walled city was confronted by so much random crime and violence that only older families those that have made their home against the wall had lived there for generations remained at local gatherings. The elders talked about Kukudji that? Maybe it was time to call up the spirit but they were always laughed at their folktales dismiss. When the aging mayor realized at the end of his beloved community was in sight he called a special gathering of the elders and together they prayed and sang songs calling on the spirit of cocoon. Within days of the meeting of the elders crime left the community and also left a lot of bodies now flash forward to the hundreds of refugees being held at the US Mexican border several reporters from ABC NBC. Cbs visited the cage paraded families. It was a famous. Cbs reporter Luke made her way to the heart of the refugees and spoke to a mother who expressed a sense of calm explaining in broken English. That could Kui had been summoned. Not sure what she had heard. What was that aspect of? Her conversation was removed from the interview. It was leaked to the press just ten days after that interview that many of the guards come down with a virus of course it was attributed to illness. Popeye refugees or was it
"kacoos" Discussed on Disconnected
"Grandma really know the lady that loves her up. She is currently on an indefinite hiatus because she's been bullied off of the Internet. Basically a lot of people just a toxic bad comments that our youtube channel interesting too much for her Internet bullying obviously fun thing. But you know she is taking her. You know own way and saying. Do you need a break from this because it is too much You know of course he's been told by people you know. Well Yeah Shrug it off like just. Don't pay attention to people like that. But like she says when you read these really awful things about yourself you know what celebrities do this idols do this whatever even not everyone has a strong backbone of some people. You know what I mean. And even those are the strong backbone. If you constantly were to read every day your voices ugly you look your ugly like you look like Shit. You're your contests bad. Your audio sucks. If you read that hundreds thousands of times a day on your channel and then like you go through days weeks of hearing that your ugly hearing that your voice is ugly and stuff like that not that this your always being an example here it obviously will catch up to you regardless of what people say especially those those who say the toughest usually the weakest plead and that's how that always ends up going You know jewelers hard asses are the most sensitive people on the Internet as we all see on twitter and stuff like that but come on man. She's like fucking like ninety years old or some shit like that. She's just trying to play her skyros. You know what I mean. She she talked about how you know prior to those kind of comments you know. She was always getting annoyed by backseat drivers and Shit like that. And otherwise. We're she's basically like people said they watch me play. I basically playing although I have an audience. I'm not really trying to appease this audience I'm just people said they WANNA watch we stream so I'm doing it or a making these videos because joined the game because I've learned the game. Not so you can tell me how to play sky like say it took me a while but I had to find a tweet because I saw a tweet going around where she actually said that she was doing it for health reasons but it wasn't as exaggerated apparently see. Yeah Yeah So. I don't know though the article here it says. Vg Two four seven yet but it does say here. She I if this is her. Actual town But she apparently tweeted at. Vg Two four seven stating quote. I don't know who you are where you get your ideas from. There was no onslaught of patronizing comments but he. I am scaling back my videos due to health most people only channel are very nice. Do wish you would delete. This would go away but I don't know like the whole validity of there but I have seen that going around right. I don't know my sources are destroyed in kacoos obviously there also journalists much more reputable than BG two four seven. Yes however however yeah well. They could be a possibility that it's not entirely true. We could be linking her reasons with the fact facts are a lot of congress under page. That'd be that'd be pushing away but yeah but yeah it's one of those things though. Where even if that is the case there are still a lot of contractors who are subject to this and it's one of those things where she's not okay she doesn't have eight thousand selves boat. An interesting thing that was pointed out is that she is. She definitely has the dedicated few. Now you'll see this a lot. You'll see PD by for example fucking billion subs but each video at three hundred thousand and wonder where the inflation of substance from where your dislike where your other one sees me your your other nine hundred your nine hundred seventy thousand other subs where the fuck are that. There are only three hundred thousand watching your videos now. I know someone's going to get mad at me. Like a million. Most my whole thing is I see billions of his at barely on any views. As one of those things just like laughable will happen. Obviously it's practice about video recipes videos but anyways the whole point is screened rabbis. But thousand views thousand subs but her videos usually only last or garner about four to five thousand of us. It's gotta it just shows you how hard the content creator life and struggle is. You know what I mean. I use US example. You have Some of our episodes which are in the hundreds of listens but with like zero comments or feedback at all. Kinda shows you how people are listening or watching to get engagement is really hard. It's why you'll have a video with like some of my videos. Have six thousand points of views but then had a thousand likes. It's it's kind of weird out of that. You know I always makes you wonder if the cringe endings. That some youtubers use the more mainstream contact greeters us does help but at the same time out of the bag for fuck license and subs not into that. So really quick Researching through the digging through the comments. Really because I did find somebody linked to the actual in as well So it does sound as though they they source it from a blog of hers so even though she did state there were like comments. It sounds like at least in some of these articles. their Exaggerate or like. It's a bit younger. So she's like so in that quote a tweet that an interesting word yeah She says there was no onslaught of it so even though she has received some. It's not as exaggerated US making out to be so fair enough. Yeah Yeah so. There's that guys this is why this why you should listen to us. So you can find out the latest in was for real and you don't end up like talking destructive or BG two four seven. You heard it here. 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"kacoos" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Latest star endorser. I actually think that Kouzmine could be the breakout laker earlier this year I know I know we're getting from Lebron. I know what we're getting from. Ad But I've talked to at this before those two guys both required a double team you train guard Lebron James with one person. He's GonNa Torch you. Yup and Clippers try to game last year to Guardian Davis with one guy. I think they use MANTRAS Herrell. Anthony Davis Drop forty-six forty-six on him Yup. You can't you gotta send a second defender and win. Those defenders come off. I think Kuzma is going to be the beneficiary and he's going to because coups coups on a lot of nights required a double team last year or he drew the other teams best defender for example. If they were playing Toronto last year quite Leonard would guard Kacoos when you know when he wasn't guarding Lebron and Lebron missed so many games last year Miss Twenty five games that a lot of times that main coups got the the a number one defender. Now you're number one defender has to go to Lebron you're number. Two defender has to go to the other one right and coups is going to get the number three define you know he's got knocked knocked down three point shots more consistently only thirty percents from three last year yeah but Danny Green didn't know any so pick your poison yeah either leave cosmo pen and he'll go right to the basket. We're Dunkin forty five percent from three last year yet. Jackie macmullan was talking on the jump yeah and she was making a point about when you match up the Lakers clippers and I actually think the reverse. Here's what Jackie said. The clippers are a better team well. They are and start with the fact defensively. WHO's GonNa who's who who's GonNa score against the Los Angeles Clippers? I mean it's it's incredible and the Lakers are going to be a work in progress. That's just the truth. Kawai Leonard is so much easier to plug in to.
"kacoos" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"There may be some you know wanting in these stuff. There won't be in the studio today. Mike trudell lions are now now now. It was supposed to be originally. This is supposed to be a three man. We've leave and then ireland declared that you and i were coming in for crosstalk which also known as purgatory thank you and because you and i were sitting in the dugout in the bullpen and then apparently brank him and eski heard that like his name wasn't called right by ireland so he decided to go to popeye's apparently and get some chicken and is currently in traffic update. He is at the drive thru now could we couldn't get post mates for the popeye's. He hit a post once a fresh. She's sandwiches so we may check in with c._k. In a moment to see what's happening. I i saw one article on this but apparently they're. They're this new chicken. Chicken sandwich that is threatening chick fil a.'s chicken sandwiches to thing. I don't know ben. I it's august and in the internet is undefeated right. That's what happens in this country. Now we become consumed with some things something takes off now. It's popeye's chicken sandwich. How many times brian cashman's cabinet skis life has been overlooked or not included and as a result. He's just stormed off and i think that's probably what happened so i wasn't picked on the team papa exactly now what i was going to start with his. I need you to temper my emotions a little bit about calcutta because i've so it's the point of the n._b._a. Calendar were not much is going on. Thankfully we have the you basketball world cup exhibition stuff in leading up to the china actual world cup this time of year and the n._b._a. Where they mcmenamin goes to nicaragua ramona shelburne on the grease tour however kacoos mo has been kind of quietly playing pretty well and playing within a defined find role that actually fits perfectly into what he should be doing for the lakers this year. He's drilling threes. He's cutting back door for labs. He's playing defense. He's getting up on transition. He's he's not forcing shots. He's doing everything within the popovich system. It's like oh wow i can see exactly how this will work around anthony davis around the broad james especially especially considering the absence of demarcus cousins and my own not at all man i've been saying for the longest at the lakers need to elevate veigh kyle kuzma position him as their third star. There wasn't a need to go out and find a third star. When you already had one in house i mean they used to watch dude play when he played at utah. Doc is from there and he has an attitude and a swagger of a superstar.
The Dog That Won a California Mayoral Race by a Landslide
"Com slash your brain on facts, of course, for the discerning listener who likes to get extra content, and of course, bumper stickers. If like me, you're tired and depressed by the current news cycle, and you're in the market for a new kind of candidate. Why not look outside your political party and outside your species while you're at it? Humans aren't the only ones who have become elected officials in Sunol, California. A town of eight hundred twenty eight residence just north of San Jose to residents signed up in nineteen eighty one to run for the position of honorary mayor which would allow them to represent souls interests and the elevated county meetings as the elections drew near the race. Screw bidder. Partly in jest resident Brad Lieber said that his black labrador Bosco could win the election. If Bosko's name was on the ballot people took Liebers words to heart. And since most of them knew and liked Bosco. They wrote his name in running as a Republican. Vasco won the election in a landslide. Reserve. Voting in international news, coverage the China People's daily cited the election as proof of the failure of American democracy. They clearly hadn't met Bosco for the next thirteen years. Mayor Bosco wandered the town during the day stopping in the tavern for some food when ill health caused him to be put down in nineteen ninety four the locals did not forget their unique elected official they erected. A bronze statue of the former mayor in front of the post office in two thousand eight where it still stands today and pub named in his honor opened the following year. Bosco has a lot of company Boston Curtis of Brown. Newell was offered as a candidate for Republican precinct seat in Milton Washington in nineteen thirty eight winning fifty one to zero in nineteen Ninety-seven a cat named Stubbs was elected mayor of till Keaton, Alaska, although his title is mayor was honorary. He was featured as a write in can. Candidate for the twenty fourteen Senate race for Alaska, sadly, stubs did not win in August. Twenty fourteen seven year old Duke, the dog, not the one from the baked bean commercial one in election, and the came the new mayor of cormorant Minnesota for five years a cat named sweet tart is presently serving her first term as mayor of a small town in Michigan. Kako Waco, a rhinoceros at the south hollow. Sue was a candidate for the nineteen fifty eight city council elections with the intention of protesting against political corruption. Electoral officials didn't appreciate correct whose candidacy, but she eventually won one hundred thousand votes more than any other party in that same election today, the term Votto, correct go is commonly used to describe protest votes in Brazil, kacoos candidacy inspired the rhinoceros party of Canada. Nominally led by the rhinocerous, Cornelius the first. Jio a bad temper chimpanzee was put forth by the fictional resilient banana party for mayor of Rio de Janeiro in nineteen eighty eight the campaign slogan vote monkey get monkey because people were tired of voting for a platform. And then seeing the elected official doing something different. There's no official counting of how many votes te'o got because all of the votes were voided. But it's estimated that he came in third with four hundred thousand votes. New Zealand's mcgillicuddy serious party entered a goat in a local election. But their attempt to have a hedgehog stand for parliament was unsuccessful. Katmandu a political cat served as joint leader of Britain's official Monster Raving Loony party from nineteen ninety nine to two thousand two along with his owner, howling laud hope. Hank? The cat a Maine Coon from northern Virginia. Ran against Tim Kaine George Allen for Virginia's Senate seat in two thousand
"kacoos" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And and you know, maybe one of the highest compliment I heard the other day, a gentleman came up to me says, no, I just find it. So odd Mariano Rivera was like the only Yankee I could never dislike, you know. Just coming from a Red Sox fan that just tells you the type of Merced person that bowl was and I think people appreciate it. How he went about his business. He never showed any what up. He's always humble. I mean, always quiet humble the whole thing. And you you don't see everybody be that way. Of course. But I mean, he really seemed like it was something very real. And he was although he was I don't know if he was behind the scenes was he kind of a leader with the other players was he was he definitely alita. What did he stay away from that stuff? No, no. He was a leader. Jeff, definitely leader. And he was a leader in the clubhouse is a leader in the bullpen. And maybe part of my, you know, you think about. Parts of the day that used to make you laugh, you know, when I was a manager. I used to think about, you know, Canoas milky sitting around Alex, you could hear them laughing all the way something watch, Alex, Dan, silly it making everybody laugh, I think about mole going into Robbie kacoos his office and just needling, you know, about all kinds of things about faith, and politics and inherited Bobby gets, you know, start to raise his voice at Bo would just be sitting on the couch. And I mean everyone wanted to be around because there was there was. He was genuine, and he was relaxed all the time, and it was funny. Well, it's gonna make you proud to manage haven't managed guys like that. I mean, I know it's about winning and you did that too. But it's got to be nice. When you watch these guys get into the hall of fame. Well, I feel fortunate that was on the same field as these guys, and I was able to compete against these guys these guys that you tell your grandkids about, you know, fortunately, my son got my kids got to see a little bit. But and you know, they got to know the Rivera's 'cause we live basically in the same area. But how old is he now your son? He is a junior in high school. So he's been. And because every day, I can tell the people this when I would do my show from the stadium, which I did a million times through the years before every big playoff game and before Red Sox games and med games. And everything Joe would be out there with his son. I remember when he was four when he was five when he was six when he was seven I'd watch you guys when I was up in the box doing this show, and you guys and you'd be out there with them for a long time every some from when he was up to your knee. You're out there. Has he and the only other player that I remember this about was Cecil Fielder would big daddy. He was out his kid a lot during the ninety s and I watched this kid walk hitting the ball left handed into the seats when he was like twelve years old. Your son was always a very good looking player is a baseball player. Yes. He yes. And he's gonna play in college. And he's committed to to f I you in and it's fun. I've got to spend a lotta position does he play is a shortstop okay smarter than I want more. He's got more power. But you know, it was weird. Because you know, we started in the outfield grass. Yep. Wanna hit the ball out of the ballpark? Hit over the fence. I I used to watch that every day. Yeah. Yeah. And we kept moving in. Now, he has to go back to the plate. Summation, and I have to have an screen now. Like, there's no way I'm ever to you without an L screen, you'll kill me. But it's it's it's enjoyable to watch and be a part of it. You know, I watch Cecil Fielder when he used to do it. And it was it was his kid. It was pretty fielder. Who look what he became? He became this big. When I watched him he was like twelve years old. He was a big kid at the time. But he was pounding the ball during those those nineties when he was on the team and the only other guy I remember that was your son being out there. I mean every single day you were out there doing that. That must be it must be very proud of that. Yes. I am. But your principles a slugger twelve years old? He was he's amazing. And he was hitting them out in Anaheim. And that's not easy. It wasn't just like he was in Yankee Stadium. He was in Anaheim hit them out when he was thirteen years old. And I think we're all wearing a little bit of off of a boy that age doing well, thanks for coming on. We'll talk to you soon. Thanks very much. I appreciate thanks like, my pleasure. Joe Girardi back after this. I. Farm Robert here. 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"kacoos" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And and you know, maybe one of that the highest compliment I heard the other day a gentleman came up to me says I just find it. So odd Mariano Rivera was like the only Yankee I could never dislike, you know. Just coming from a Red Sox fan that just tells you the type of Merced person that boat was and I think people appreciate it. How he went about his business. He never showed any what he's always humble. I mean, always quiet humble the whole thing. And you don't see everybody be that way. Of course. But I mean, he really seemed like it was something very real. And he was although he was I don't know if he was behind the scenes was he kind of a leader with the other players was he was he definitely alita. What did he stay away from that stuff? No, no. He was a leader us, definitely leader. And he was a leader in the clubhouse who is a leader in the bullpen. And maybe part of my, you know, you think about. Parts of the day that used to make you laugh, you know, when I was a manager. I used to think about, you know, Canoas Elke sitting around Alex, you could hear them laughing all the way something lunchroom, Alex being silly and make everybody laugh, I think about bowl going into Robbie kacoos is office and just needling her, you know, about all kinds of things about faith and politics, and in here, Bobby gets, you know, start to raise his voice at Bo would just be sitting on the couch. And I mean everyone wanted to be around because there was there. He was genuine, and he was relaxed all the time, and he was funny. Well, it's gotta make you proud to manage haven't managed guys like that. I mean, I know it's about winning and you did that too. But it's gotta be nice. When you watch these guys get into the hall of fame. Well, I feel fortunate that was on the same field as these guys, and I was able to compete against these guys. And these guys tell your grandkids about, you know, fortunately, my son got my kids got to see a little bit. But and you know, they got to know the Rivera's 'cause we live basically the same area. But how old is he now your son? He is a junior in high school. So he's been and and you know, because every day I can tell the people this when I would do my show from the stadium, which I did a million times through the years before the big playoff game and before Red Sox games and med games. And everything Joe would be out there with his son. I remember when he was four when he was five when he was six when he was seven I'd watch you guys when I was up in the box doing this show, and you guys, and you'd be out there with them for a long time everyday some from when he was up to your knee you out there. Has he and the only other player that I remember this about was Cecil Fielder with big daddy. He was out the his kid a lot during the ninety s and I watched this kid walk hitting the ball left hand into the seats when he was like twelve years old. Your son was always very good player in baseball player. Yes. Yes. And he's gonna play in college. And he's committed to to f I you and it's fun. I've got to spend a long position does he play shortstop. Okay. He's smarter than I was. He's more. He's got more power. But you know, it was weird. Because you know, we started in the outfield grass wanna hit the ball out of the ballpark. Hit over the fence. I I used to watch that every day. Yeah. Yeah. And we kept moving in. Now, he has to go back to the plate. Summation, and I have to have an screen now. Like, there's no way ever without an screen. You'll kill me. But it's it's it's enjoyable to watch and be a part of it. You know, I watch Cecil Fielder when he used to do it. And it was it was his kid. It was pretty fielder. Who look what he became? He became this big slow. I watched him. He was like twelve years old. He was a big kid at the time. But he was pounding the ball during those those nineties when he was on the team and the only other guy I remember that was your son being out there. I mean every single day you out there doing that. So that must you must be very proud of that. Yes. I am. But you're was slugger at twelve years old. He was he's amazing. Yeah. Yeah. And he was hitting them out in Anaheim. And that's not easy wasn't just like he was in Yankee Stadium. He was in Anaheim hit them out when he was thirteen years old. And I think we're all wearing a little bit of all of that age doing that. Well, thanks for coming on as soon. Thanks very much. I appreciate like. All right. My pleasure. Joe Giradi back after this..
"kacoos" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"Obviously. I mean, that's there's there's not really any argument on the other side of that anymore. But yeah, I think he's been a little bit less dominant. Some of that might just be trying to get comfortable with his teammates and feeling everything out. But I would agree with you. I haven't seen that dominance from him offensively overall. I mean other than the dunk fest on opening night when they're in when they played the blazers those those real serious series where he's just orchestrating everything. And the other team just has no chance you get to the level below that which LeBron kind of that's his idling a lot of the time. But not that real peak is often. Yeah, I think that's that's true. But you know, how you can separate that from the been whispers windows about this that you maybe he didn't he had kind of kinda hectic summer to not come in the usual level of shape that he is in to start a season. How much of that is? Well, you know, they don't. Really have that much spacing how much of that is they're trying to get the ball to guys like Rondo and ball. Let them run things and Ingram has to have his chance to do stuff. And then you know, you gotta throw it to kacoos Bevere once in a while of you know, how much is have been just some guys out hitting shots on this team. But I think the ecosystem for just his personal offense of success is more difficult one than really anytime. Probably since his first season in Miami. Yeah, he's not as fly. He he's not flanked by as much shooting certainly and that that probably makes him less effective player. But I and again, it's a subjective take, but it just seems like he's not completely locked in. And I I don't know what's up with that. There are some things too. Like with this team. Certainly they've got some young talent. They've got some intriguing pieces there flashes from from Ingram. I don't know. Here's a question. What is Ingram ceiling like, what do you think that he could potentially be? I would like your. Respective on that because I think that might determine a lot of what this whole Lakers situation can be Dale let you take this one since you know, I don't want to get to capitated into Mexico by some Lakers fan. So as strange as this sounds, my theory on Brandon Ingram is actually that he's better guarding smaller guys than bigger guys. Just because that way Kevin Durant actually kinda like this where he can use his length and doesn't get bullied as much so defensively. I don't think you wanna stick him on the best of the best. He's more of a complementary defensive player, which is still valuable. I mean teams need those kind of players all over. And then offensively he strikes a balance that is always concerning for me. And it's also something that I disagree on with a lot of players, including my dear friend, Jason Tatum. Where in Ingram's case. I think that he's more dangerous with the ball in his hands than without it. And he's not good enough with the ball hands to do that against the best. So that means he's just actually another example of this though. I don't think he's quite this ways. Aaron Gordon a guy that I think is widely overrated where they do something. Well, but they don't do well enough for it to be a real competitive advantage. And so that makes Ingraham Morphou complementary. The guy. Fortunately, play next Brian James. So the definitive question for me is not necessarily. What percentage you choose from three? I mean, you can get into the Justice Winslow complex and all that kind of stuff, but it's how aggressively as you go into take them. And when teams react to him, the two dribbles and a good decision type stuff. I think it'll be good at that role. But I'm not sure that it'll be that he can that not that he can be more than that. But that I would expect that as the most likely outcome will the other guy to wonder about and I think there's just a huge variance in or just a huge range in what people think he's capable of. And it's further complicated. By the Rondo situation is ball. And I I have no I have no idea, and I have no idea of if he would have been progressing better. If not for the introduction of Rondo to the situation that can have an impact on on young guy..
"kacoos" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"But he signed he got what was it four million to sign with? Yeah. So. Your wildest dreams. Would you give the money back because you decide you wanna play pro football? I don't know who have have another year of eligibility. He does OTT. Yeah. Okay. You're going to go. We got like eight years. He's not planning on going anywhere. What about LeBron though is he already a bit mad at his new teammates? Well. We're going to discuss. On the Lakers were visiting my home in Minnesota last night to play the wolves Baronne had a good all game twenty nine points, ten rebounds, seven assists. Once again, it came down to the wire for the Lakers. Lebron made a layup with just over a minute left to cut the lead to. But then kacoos Mont got a three point attempt blocked. The Lakers lost by four and that drop them to a disappointing two and five this season. Let's take a listen to. Yeah. A frustrated LeBron after the game, we gotta get better. We know that we talk about patients, but you know, we can't have recurrence of same thing. I think you doing the same things over and over and over and the different result. Then that's insanity. So we have to we have to continue to get better. You know, we can't keep having the same affects over and over. Patients this whole year points that patients run out, and what do you look like as a leader when your patients? You probably don't wanna be around. All right. One NBA analyst Chris Bruce are joining. Comments. I know he'd loving eating it up patience. Just ran out. All right. What are you making those comments? Well, first of all, I think it's good for LeBron to be frustrated if he were fine with this. Hey, we'll be right. You know, it's a long season. We. Young. Then a lot of people would be looking at him. Like see he didn't come here to play basketball came here to be in Hollywood. He came here to be a business mogul, he's retired and just playing out the string. So he's showing he still cares. Number one. Yes. Number two. The great ones are never patient. You remember Michael Jordan second year second year? They came back from foot injury playing eighteen games. The ownership and management wanted to sit him. So they didn't make the playoffs and get a better pig. Jordan was like no way when he was in Washington skip, you know, this and I was in that locker room many times players who grew up idolizing, Michael Jordan post on their wall. Great wins. Magic Johnson second or second or third year in the league when Paul west head wanted to do a different office that didn't let him play his game. He said it's him or it's me. Correct. And he got so it was it was so great was or not patient. I think LeBron is self aware noth- to know like I don't think he's pointing the finger at the players, Luke he understands he had he's played well, but not up to his standards. He missed the free throws against San Antonio. He made the turn over last night. I think he's self aware enough to know this is all of us right now. And finally, here's the thing. Lebron doesn't have the Trump card anymore in Cleveland. He always had the Trump card one year deals. I can split if I don't like what's going on. He's like them for four years. Shannon says he could just talk as way right out of Hollywood. If you wanted to you got. Got think you'll do it wouldn't be a good little. That's the thing. And we know the Brian his image and all that is important to him. It wouldn't be a good. Look, look if magic and rob Pelinka wants to let LeBron dictate things roster coach what they can. But they don't have to. They could be like, Pat Riley and say, this is the way we're doing it. And that's that because if LeBron acts up so doesn't play well, whatever that just makes him look bad. Right. And then you know, what I mean? And where he now he can't afford to like talk himself. I wanna leave the Lakers. He's pretty much the image that he's repaired the decision. He's got to repair that it's been such a long time with so far removed from that..
"kacoos" Discussed on KOMO
"Radio. Really great. Talking real money. And let me tell you the way this is okay. Don MacDonald has gone this week. He is not available gave them a day off. But if you don't call and be part of the program next week, I'm going to have to hear from him about how he does a better job and more of you call so please call this week. I believe we're already. No, we're not on the air next week doodoo, husky football because you know, a seven hour pregame shows not enough when you could do nine hours. Why not there's a lot of things to talk about. So ring us up eight five five nine three five eight to five five anything financial related could even ask a legal question because we have Lawrence kacoos of council. Corcoran and yes for the record were related shockingly enough. He's he's my brother. You're older. Right. I always forget because you look a lot older, but I dunno biologically, maybe not so much. But anyway, you're here we're talking about Ponte's game. We're talking about rip offs. You're talking about how people get taken advantage of. And you make a great point, by the way, it's a fascinating part of human nature. No one wants to talk about this until it's happened. Right. Right. And it's not gonna happen to me because that happens to somebody else. Right. I think it's true victims of fraud and victims of crime there. Shame in it. And people don't wanna talk about it. And so a certain number of people don't even go and seek legal advice to see whether they might have some recourse, exactly. And let's talk about things more pedestrian because that is I mean Ponzi schemes and promissory no fraud that is more the exception in this industry. The other part of the whole industry is when you might have been convinced to do something bias security, or mutual whatever it is that you didn't. I think you were buying or the account was I mean, there's more of those sort of things around security, and so part of that is knowing what you own and we're just talking about this a bit having third party custodian that can't really protect you from that. But at least, you know, the money still there, correct, right? A third party custodian is an independent organization that actually holds title to the securities. And that's why for example, when you have an investment adviser, you might get one quarterly statement from your investment advisor. And then every month or every quarter. You also get a statement from the custodian such as Charles Schwab. Or whatever the custodian is and part of what you need to do is look at the statements when they come and make sure that in fact, what the financial professional is telling you is it coincides with what the report is from the custodian, and there's even bid cases, though, even right here where somebody doctor I can't remember what she did. Hard actually created. She the allegation was that. She had created false statements. That looked like they were coming from the third party custodian, and she would send those to the customers that that's just shocking in many ways I had so elaborate, right? But I guess Bernie Madoff was making up statements to write seventy four they're up there typing away. Hey, you made one point two percent. Again this month. That's the nineteen month and row you made that much congratulations. Ironically fraudsters do seem to have a lot of energy. Yeah. I mean, there's a lot of statements a lot of work to come up with all that and. Wow. Wow. So I mean, but part of this goes back to third party custodian who the third party we happen to use Charles Schwab for our client. So we don't have access to their money. Other than to do the things we've agreed to write Bill portfolios trade portfolios. You can authorize us to have Schwab send your money. We can't do that. Is that the kind of thing people should be aware of when it comes to hiring a third party custodian well. People should be aware of what these relationships are. And how they work, and it is a substantial protection for investors. When there is a third party custodian because they send you a report and that actually tells you here's here's what's in your account. Other names would include fidelity vanguard. I mean, the TD Ameritrade. I mean, there's big companies that hold people's money. Correct. If you could kind of trust that if they tell you the money's there, then it's really there. Well, it is really there. And then the only question is whether the investment itself has value, right? Another tire because right because they could cause an adviser or a broker could put you into something that was a horrible investment. Right. And it could lose a substantial amount. But then if it's a publicly traded security, the third party custodian.
"kacoos" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Hi. Join enjoy your show up and listening to all my opera couple months. Thank you. Appreciate that. Because I can't stand the castrated PC. Ninth graders commentary in Canada. But can I just I lived all I think sound your daughter. I lived all over Mexico central America, South America. Thompkin? Speak a language. No. I just wanted to say first of all from a fellow native, Gary and Senator tattoos. Senator tickers, I admire his class. You know, he's a classy guy. I don't know. Senator kacoos is. Senator Ted Cruz. I'm sorry Kerr. Did you know what he said? I did not dead. Yeah. I got Daniel carries much better at at the Canadian dialect. And I am what what else talked me. But yeah, he's he's a native Calgary and admirers class. No. You put away all the political kind of animosity. And he's doing what's right for the country. Not like some of the senators just trying to bring down your president any costs. And it's kinda disgusting. You know, it is. And you got unfortunately got Mitt Romney coming in there. Who's going to be nothing but an enemy, but then you're going to ask you if you're really engaged in our politics in this country. I mean Trudeau is a real piece of work. Why don't you work on getting rid of him? Canada's Canada's basically Oscar, you know, what I mean, it's this is this is communist conducts down up here like Patty kinda used to say, so. Yeah. No. Like, I said, you know, it's everybody here. So castrated was politically politically correct fair. You know, just. Pretty pathetic. But. I've only got about twenty seconds. What do you think? Latinos and Democrats are is the tide turning. We'll be no they're being manipulated. You know, what I mean like that issue with other tensions at the border? The Democrats and progressives used them knows political fodder than just move onto the next thing. They know they're being manipulated. You know what I mean? They're not stupid and hopefully, they'll stay awake. I gotta I gotta run your here. I love his accent a thought that was awesome quick break back onto this. This is show. This is Andy with hill country classics custom homes and Barney we often hear there's just something about the style your homes and.
"kacoos" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"The pause alone is troubling. No. I was not the second best player. I would probably the second best player. I probably roll out. I mean, depends on looking at probably roll out of Rondo depending on what I'm looking. Depending on what I'm looking at. ARCHE put in Ingram orchid put in. It just depends on what the make, but we don't know what Ingram is. We don't know what Kouzmin is yet when we know what twenty three on the hill catches which is a star. But when I see them on the floor, they give okay. All he, he's, he's basically almost a seven footer he's six eleven or something who shot fifty percent of the floor forty percent from three eighty five percent from the free throw line average six assists a game with eleven and nineteen points. He has twenty. He is good. There's no question about that, but them do is coming in there. Right? But yet is what we're saying. That is not not even close, not even close as where Aaron Donald contract is to what he wants. Not here close. I'll say this to you. Somebody really good on the Laker squad just turned twenty three. At same age of calculable. Yeah, right. Kacoos Cooper is nowhere near as good. Did it one year man? You gotta let coups do it a couple of years. He's only he's only showing you what he showed you last year's rookies nowhere near as good. He's only shown you. You think one year that you're. Get better. You think he's. Don't they don't get back? Yes. Okay. Twenty three right now. And I'm not one guys. One guy is here. I'm not looking at the age. I'm looking at the productivity and what they do when they on the floor. Well, there too. Making it seem like cool, just stay where you know we're not knowing nothing, Chris, but your act amac Yokich is gonna stay where he's at regress acting like that. But I also noted the do could take off in elevate your whole 'nother level. Yes, can do that. Yes. When you plan alone side, a guy like LeBron I understand that and some guys can do that. And some of those guys are Yokich and doing it without a guy like LeBron was a guy that's already shown you that. Costa showed you stuff to now. I'm not. I'm not coups train. One could argue is that I helped build the engines. The tracks trainers running on. I l.. L. she and I were on summer league bandwagon. I will say this was a poll if Denver were to call me. I mean, I mean, you really wanna put a nickel. Putting it will if Denver were to call up magic rob right now and says, don't get. Would they do what they would do talking about here. Dealing. Zerorez years left Moscow point is they put up a poll, put up a poll, say, put up opponents say is Coors finished Willie ever..
"kacoos" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"And now I think he's happy. We talked to, we talked to Friedman about it last week, and Friedman said that he had he had gotten an agreement for Manny that he would be willing to play third day stay needed if they needed him. Yeah. Okay. All right. This one's me Mace. The possibility of video gaming as an Olympic sport was one of the topics explored in the east sports forum held Friday in Switzerland. East sports has been one of the fastest growing businesses in the world. So this isn't surprising, but you are Mr. Olympics and you hold the Olympic Games near and dear to your heart. So what do you think about video gaming as an Olympic sport? If a guy is the. Best video gamer. Would you have a problem seeing that guy on a metal, STAN winning a gold medal? Not at all. I mean, I think may I, I think it's going to happen. I am completely in favor of it happening in the same way that the winter games have gone through transformation, and we now see extreme sports as part of the Olympic would I am I right in suggesting here? What would be different? Is this in maybe you do I, I'm not a consumer of e. sports. So Greg, you could jump in here if you know anything, but there's not. There's very limited physical activity. You're sitting in a chair with your controller, right? Hey, I, I did play by play of the ten meter or the one hundred meter air rifle. No, they didn't break a sweat, no, no, he you stand there and you hold this still as you can and you fire an airline. So it's it's not like the biathlon where you get on skis and then fired ski you junk. There you go to me. I, I actually had this question myself. It's it's. What is the difference really between shooting an air rifle and in a very sophisticated way, playing a video game. It's actually you could argue is the same motion? Yeah, or handwriting ordinance offer the hand eye coordination that they have the hand eye coordination that they have to have is shooting. I didn't think about shooting as a comparison. That's actually very good. Yeah. Yeah. Well, it's I bet you it's coming because there's too much money in the east sports industry for it not to happen. Oh, I mean, the Olympics is not stupid. They wanna they wanna dry in the biggest. They wouldn't have the biggest tent. They can do clued as many people, and people are so passionate about east sports that they're gonna find a way to get it in just like they brought beach volleyball into a hundred million, which was the the gaming tournament that a hundred million people watch. The final Gregg wasn't over watch. It was overwatch hundred million people worldwide watched the overwatch world. Champs, Josh Hart told me that the whole Laker team plays fortnight. Oh, yeah. Yeah. No, he's the biggest offender. He's like. Up until four in the morning playing defense? No, no. He meant it as he. He meant it as a good thing, right? Alex bregman came out last week. I don't know if you saw this. He said, we used to go out and change chase girls. Now we just stay in and play fortnight. That's. That they're the GM and the manager you, you're happy with your hands and out consoles. Exactly. Jay. All right. Actually, I've got a game. We're going to go back to the old birthday game. Excellent. So we tried the great. They game. You were terrible? Yeah, try area. Go head to head with me or awful. Greg, you were off. I, yes, I was. He doesn't. He even so sixty seconds on the clock. Oh, good. Okay. J. Played Mork and Mindy played Mork. I'm more committed Robin y, yeah, center for the clippers with CPI three hundred Jordan played Mr. early on three's company goofy Norman fell. No, not. Yeah. Running back for the Dallas Cowboys, right? Ezekiel host of jeopardy. Extra drummer for the eagles Don Henley played Woody on cheers. Played Larry forty donor. Yeah. Current Laker young core played at Utah, kacoos hall of Famer, Utah. Jazz played with on stuff. Yeah, play Joey on friends, Matt LeBlanc. Yup. Hall of fame, Chicago Bears running back nickname.
"kacoos" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The right hander deals dd bluffs book takes strike on the inside corner you'd figure that when a bonus face judge before when you come up as a reliever trying to get that fastball buying probably just throw him hard stuff the whole time it'll be an old one didi and the pitches foul though the count oem too baltimore pitches a rookie jeffrey ramirez in the second game the enke's pitch louis sessa doubleheaders like now they're even more so in september tutu didi and the pitch outside one or two now we have a long time this afternoon we have two games we'll talk about the all stars the yankees are so proud to have four players who are going to the all star game and giancarlos in the runoff so they actually could have five say one more they have is the one to lied hard but fouled other eli steve donoghue is the the head trainer for the american league all star he'll be going to washington i think he's very happy about it it's a it's a big honor it's a big honor i know the clubhouse guy back malcolm lou lou kacoos is probably down there now helping set things up here's the one to two dd ryan the pitch inside everybody wants to be recognized steve donoghue has been one of the best for a very very long time and and they're recognized joe and all the work that i've never seen anybody work as hard as as the athletic trainers monaghan and stevie starts in january is there everyday.
"kacoos" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"He noted one of the major conferences of ibm on the future of computers the future have robotics and things like that and mytalk i mentioned quantum computers and quantum computers you probably realize now compute in parallel universes they just don't compute in our newtonian universe the computer in parallel universes now here i am in las vegas which was the hometown practically of elvis presley and many people tell me well if there are parallel universes and if quantum physicists talk about this all the time with quantum computers then well is elvis presley alive in another parallel universe and the answer is well you can't rule it out yes there's a possibility that the king is still alive in another parallel universe and that you there's a unlimited number of michaud kacoos out there in the multidiverse right that's right we physicist not believe in the multi a google that word the international conferences or are convenient to talk about the multiversity i've been miniconferences conferences where that was a dominant topic and string theory which is what i do for a living that's my day job that's why i get paid by the city of new york string theory is based on the multidiverse the foundation of string theory is based on multiple universes and so you know i'm staying gives us this picture that the universe is bubble and the bubble's expanding and that's called the big bang theory well string theory says that there are other bubbles out there we live in a bubble bath a bubble bath of parallel universes and our universe is just one bubble and one of these bubbles collide well that's the big bang and so people ask me well what happened before the big bang you know the physics breakdown no string theory doesn't break down at all it actually allows you to go before the creation of the universe when our universe probably had an umbilical cord an ability cord connecting apparent universe and so all these ideas which was once considered quote fringe are now dominating the entire agenda of theoretical physics there was a paper written by these australian physicists cosmologists like within the last three or four weeks which said that reality as we know it doesn't exist at least at the quantum level you know what they mean.
"kacoos" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The lake where there was no town just for us and he did have a moment where he thought it's cold out why am i letting her out in the cold but like a lot of people that second thoughts but they just didn't think it was polite to ask and so they just he just let her out of the car and drove off and the tax driver let paul out in the middle of the woods the same spot and it was just there was no sound at all the sound of the wind flying off the lake and just cold air and i followed the followed kacoos path onto the property of of this of this woman named deb who i went to see she said that she was with her kids in front of the house and she saw this figure in black running up the hill a couple hundred feet away into the forest this figure that look like it was a witch and i didn't know it i whether deb was joking or not but she said that she gathered the the kids together into a circle and she prayed to ask for jesus as protection against the influence of a switch but she was very sad because you know tocacco passed through the lives of these people just really briefly she she came and she went and in the same way that i think the night clerk felt that he should have been spending less time looking at her legs and more time trying to help her it was the same thing with this with this woman deb that the christian thing to do would have been to run after run up the hill to find out if she needed help but she didn't do that that's what jesse felt as well in fact he told me why didn't i do more the next morning hunter found a caucus body clearing by the forest she had died of exposure kneeling against a tree with her face buried in the snow the last person paul spoke to was the lead investigator on her case and.
"kacoos" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Resort town just east of fargo at this time of year it was completely devastated out now attractions but tocacco it has to be let out on the far side of the lake where there was no town just for us and he did have a moment where he thought it's cold out why am i letting are out in the cold but like a lot of people that second thoughts but they just didn't think it was polite to ask and so they just he just let her out of the car and drove off and the tax driver paul out in the middle of the woods the same spot and there was there was no sound at all just the sound of the wind flying off the lake and just cold air and i followed followed kacoos path onto the property of of this of this woman named deb who i went to see she said that she was with her kids in front of the house and she saw this figure in black running up the hill a couple hundred feet away into the forest this figure that look like it was a witch and i didn't know it i whether deb was joking or not but she said that she gathered the the kids together into a circle and she prayed to ask for jesus protection against the influence of the switch but she was very sad because you know tocacco passed through the lives of these people just really briefly she she came and she went and in the same way that i think the nyc clark felt that he should have been spending less time looking at her legs and more time trying to help her it was the same thing with this this woman deb that the christian thing to do would have been run after run up the hill to find out if she needed help but she didn't do that that's what jesse felt as well in fact he told me why didn't i do more the next morning hunter found a caucus body clearing by the forest she died of exposure kneeling against a tree with her face buried in the snow the last person paul spoke to was the lead investigator case and.