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Pentagon spokesman John Kirby moving to White House

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

Pentagon spokesman John Kirby moving to White House

"The Pentagon's press secretary is heading to The White House We'll take questions John Kirby has long been a Pentagon fixture a retired two star admiral who was top spokesman for the navy a joint chiefs chairman and the Defense Department itself along with the State Department This is a repositioning of forces a person familiar with the matter says Kirby is leaving The Pentagon to handle National Security Council communications as The White House deals with several foreign policy challenges Kirby was said to have been in the running to replace press secretary Jen Psaki and will now work closely with successor Kareem Jean Pierre including occasional White House briefing room appearances Sagar Meghani Washington

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Peter Doocy Tangles With Karine Jean-Pierre Over Disinformation Board

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 2 d ago

Peter Doocy Tangles With Karine Jean-Pierre Over Disinformation Board

"Peter doocy. A national treasure tangling with Kareem, everybody's a racist, but me, Jean Pierre, in The White House press briefing. Last week you guys said that you needed this disinformation governance board at DHS to make sure that freedom of speech is protected across the country and that these platforms are not used for forms of disinformation. So what changed? Look, the Department of Homeland Security, they began their statement repeating that the board had been intentionally mischaracterized, which is a little bit of what you were asking me. And they were explicit about what it does and doesn't, it does not do. It was never about censorship, policing, speech, or removing content from anywhere. It's function was to keep Homeland Security officials aware of how bad actors, including human smugglers, transnational criminal organization and foreign adversaries could use disinformation to advance their goals as secretary Marco said, he has asked former DHS secretary Michael chernoff and former DAG Jamie to lead a thorough review. This is the pause that I was talking about and assessment as members of the bipartisan Homeland Security Council advisory council. The board will not convene during that period, but the department's work across several administrations to address this information that threatens the security for our country is critical and will continue. So that work is going to continue. So if it's pausing because you think the Borg was mischaracterized, then the disinformation board is being shut down because of disinformation. Is that what's happening here? Look, I mean, the board was put forth for a purpose, right? To make sure that we really did a really did address what was happening across the country when it came to disinformation. It's just, it's going to pause. There's been a mischaracterizations from outside outside forces. And so now where we're going to do is we're going to pause it, and we're going to do an

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Karine Jean-Pierre's 'Hits' When Talking About Donald Trump

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 2 d ago

Karine Jean-Pierre's 'Hits' When Talking About Donald Trump

"I saw Montage last night on Tucker Carlson's show. Of Kareem Jean Pierre. She's made a number of cable news appearances all, of course, on MSNBC and CNN and left leaning networks. Listen to the hits, condensed in one 62nd Montage of the brand new White House press secretary. Donald Trump is running a racist campaign. The grand wizard of the birther movement, which birtherism is inherently racist. By the way, he's a racist and a bigot, which we are already new. Walks like a racist, talks like a racist, acts like a racist. It is a racist. And we saw all these awful voter suppression laws, which is really racism, just across the country. And we have a racist president in The White House. Who really pushes his racism like a peacock, because I'll say this, we knew Donald Trump was a racist. I wanted to ask you just change the topic for just a quick second about Donald Trump's racist tweets. The systemic racism and how that has affected our country. Donald Trump is the most outwardly racist president that we have seen in generations. This country needs to start talking about uprooting institutional racism. Fox News was racist before coronavirus. They are racist during the coronavirus, Fox News will be racist after the coronavirus. That's my favorite clip. Fox News was racist before the coronavirus during the coronavirus and post coronavirus. Now, according to her network that she used to work for, coronavirus had been going anywhere, it surging, and we all should be terrified. More on that in just a moment.

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The Rage Coming From Leftist Karine Jean-Pierre

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 5 d ago

The Rage Coming From Leftist Karine Jean-Pierre

"Here's the new White House incoming press secretary Karine Jean Pierre Karine Jean Pierre is the press secretary again like Nancy Pelosi's Speaker of the House for the United States Here's Kareem John Pierre who is the press secretary for the EOP executive office of the presidency Here she is again calling everyone under the sun she can erase Keep in mind she works for you the entire country And tell me again how the rage emanates only from the right Check this out Racism sexism misogyny all of that homophobia xenophobia We connected to Donald Trump but it existed before Donald Trump Fox News was racist before coronavirus They are racist during the coronavirus Fox News will be racist after the coronavirus Racism was here before Donald Trump and his sadly it will be here after Donald Trump It walks like a racist talks like a racist acts like a racist It is a racist And we have a racist president in The White House Who really pushes his racism like a peacock Donald Trump is the first president to have purposefully had made has made racism the center of his of his campaign of his administration clearly I think Donald Trump wants to get rid of legal immigration and it's because of people who come from Brown and black countries he might do away with DACA which is another moral line that he would be crossing which is something that would be enforcing advancing some white supremacy agenda Donald Trump was a white supremacist in 2011 when he decided to be the grand wizard of the birth of movement Birtherism which is inherently racist They want to put up these awful voter registration voter suppression laws which is racism to make it difficult for people of color to vote In voter suppression is racism That's exactly what it is So where's all the anger coming from You sure this is all emanating from some rage volcano on the right because it certainly sounds like the angry people are on the left

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Psaki gives final White House briefing

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Psaki gives final White House briefing

"Jen Jen Jen Jen Psaki Psaki Psaki Psaki has has has has been been been been an an an an emotional emotional emotional emotional farewell farewell farewell farewell to to to to the the the the White White White White House House House House briefing briefing briefing briefing room room room room on on on on her her her her last last last last day day day day as as as as president president president president Biden's Biden's Biden's Biden's press press press press secretary secretary secretary secretary I I I I promised promised promised promised myself myself myself myself I I I I was was was was gonna gonna gonna gonna get get get get emotional emotional emotional emotional okay okay okay okay after after after more more more than than than two two two hundred hundred hundred briefings briefings briefings over over over fifteen fifteen fifteen months months months sake sake sake conducted conducted conducted her her her last last last one one one thanking thanking thanking the the the president president president and and and First First First Lady Lady Lady for for for instilling instilling instilling a a a key key key goal goal goal the the the importance importance importance of of of returning returning returning integrity integrity integrity respect respect respect and and and civility civility civility to to to the the the White White White House House House sake sake sake saluted saluted saluted both both both reporters reporters reporters and and and her her her press press press team team team including including including top top top deputy deputy deputy Kareem Kareem Kareem John John John P. P. P. air air air who who who takes takes takes over over over next next next week week week Sakis Sakis Sakis advice advice advice talk talk talk to to to the the the president president president as as as much much much as as as possible possible possible and and and be be be a a a policy policy policy like like like her her her in in in the the the age age age of of of social social social media media media always always always provide provide provide the the the context context context and and and all all all the the the details details details because because because you you you never never never want want want to to to be be be on on on beam beam beam with with with one one one line line line Sager Sager Sager make make make ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington

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Biden spokesperson tests positive for COVID-19 after trip

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Biden spokesperson tests positive for COVID-19 after trip

"Cove in nineteen has made another push into president Biden's protective bubble a day before his Europe trip last week press secretary Jen Psaki tested positive for banned center top deputy in her place a day after getting back Kareem John Pierce said she's also positive in a statement yesterday John Pierre said she has a mild symptoms and last saw the president's Saturday and what she called a socially distance meeting CDC guidelines do not consider the president a close contact since he's fully vaccinated the White House says he tested negative before returning to the U. S. Sager made Ghani Washington

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Russia says some forces pulling back amid Ukraine crisis

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Russia says some forces pulling back amid Ukraine crisis

"Russia is adding two glimmers of hope that Ukraine invasion may not be imminent Moscow says some military units taking part in exercises are heading to their bases but he's not saying how many work where they work that comes a day after its top diplomat indicated Russia is ready to keep talking about the crisis which did not impress Washington we have taken notice comments what we have not taken notice is any indication of the escalation from Ned price at the state department to the Pentagon's John Kirby U. S. officials warned Vladimir Putin was sending troops closer to the Ukraine border not for the way he could move a little to no warning and at the White House Kareem John Pierre urged Putin to stand down the door is open for diplomacy Sager make ani Washington

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Bridgewater injured in Bengals' 15-10 victory over Broncos

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

Bridgewater injured in Bengals' 15-10 victory over Broncos

"Cincinnati Cincinnati had had just just enough enough offense offense to to hold hold off off the the Broncos Broncos fifteen fifteen to to ten ten the the Bengals Bengals are are eight eight and and six six Denver Denver seven seven and and seven seven the the bulk bulk of of census census points points came came on on three three field field goals goals from from rookie rookie Evan Evan McPherson McPherson two two of of them them from from beyond beyond fifty fifty yards yards Denver Denver was was in in the the red red zone zone early early in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter position position to to take take the the lead lead when when defensive defensive end end Khalid Khalid Kareem Kareem recovered recovered a a fumble fumble from from quarterback quarterback drew drew lock lock lock lock and and entered entered the the game game one one starter starter teddy teddy Bridgewater Bridgewater suffered suffered a a head head injury injury Bridgewater Bridgewater had had the the function function of of all all extremities extremities but but was was taken taken to to the the hospital hospital for for further further examination examination Bruce Bruce Morton Morton Denver Denver

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Why Overreach Could Doom Democrats in 2022

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:30 min | 7 months ago

Why Overreach Could Doom Democrats in 2022

"Election. Good morning. Selena, how are you? Good morning, sunshine. How are you? I'm not so sunshiny. The browns got blown out in Cleveland yesterday and everybody's banged up. I think Kareem hunt torn Achilles, both of our tackles are out Nick Chubb has heard. I'm just grumpy. I got stuck in steelers traffic, but that's all I got. This is close as I got to watching them. Okay, well, I loved your column. I want to play this clip again. It's from the Terry McCall, in the key last governor's debate talking to Glenn young. I don't think Paris should be telling schools what they should teach. What is the significance when I've read your calm, but explain it to people who haven't yet gone to Selena zito dot com and read it. Well, I think the whole key to this entire race is one word. And that's overreach. And I think that that is the sort of chaos and power grabbing that the voters exactly voted against with Biden. And yet they are seeing with all of the Democrats. And I think that that listening to Virginia voters, that is the problem. What color has? And it's the problem that Democrats are facing across the country in these off year elections, Virginia and New Jersey are the larger races, but even in small municipal races. I think that Democrats are going to have a big problem in a couple of ways.

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Herbert's 398 yards, Ekeler 3 TDs lead Chargers over Browns

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Herbert's 398 yards, Ekeler 3 TDs lead Chargers over Browns

"Justin Herbert accounted for five touchdowns in the Chargers forty seven forty two win over the Browns Herbert passed for four scores and ran for another it didn't go the way we thought it was going to today we didn't X. imagine to put up forty seven points like that but sometimes it's that type how you have to win games in the NFL the game saw four lead changes in the fourth quarter when the teams combined for forty one points Austin Ekeler made the go ahead score on a three yard run with ninety one seconds remaining his third touchdown of the game Cleveland's Baker Mayfield had a pair of touchdown throws and Kareem hunt rushed for two more mark Myers Inglewood California

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In Stefanski's return, Browns defense dominates Vikings 14-7

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

In Stefanski's return, Browns defense dominates Vikings 14-7

"The Browns defense led a fourteen seven win over the Vikings leaving Cleveland with the three and one record Minnesota didn't score after Kirk cousins hit Justin Jefferson for a touchdown pass to cap a commanding opening drive cousins threw his first interception of the season is Grady Williams picked him off Nick Chubb had twenty one carries for one hundred yards and Kareem hunt ran fourteen times for sixty nine yards and a touchdown chase McLaughlin made two key field goals to help offset a rocky game for Baker Mayfield who was fifteen of thirty three for one hundred fifty five yards I'm Dave Ferrie

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Garrett, Browns rough up rookie Fields, slam Bears 26-6

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

Garrett, Browns rough up rookie Fields, slam Bears 26-6

"The Browns defense made sure Justin fields first NFL start was a disaster in defeating the bears twenty six six the brown sacked fields nine times with Myles Garrett setting a team record with four and a half fields had just one net passing yards and the bears managed only forty seven yards and six first downs Cleveland receiver Odell Beckham junior had five receptions for seventy seven yards in his first game since October twenty fifth Kareem hunt finished with one hundred fifty five total yards including a twenty nine yard TD run in the fourth quarter Baker Mayfield tossed a scoring pass for the Browns who outgained the bears for eighteen to forty seven I'm Dave Ferrie

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13 Fallen Military Members Arrive Back to U.S. Soil

World News This Week

01:51 min | 9 months ago

13 Fallen Military Members Arrive Back to U.S. Soil

"Back home this week the remains of those thirteen. Us servicemembers killed in the suicide explosion. Outside kabul airport were crowds of afghans. Were desperate to leave the country here again. Abc's martha raddatz president biden and the first lady dressed in black for his first dignified transfer as president. These young courageous americans placing themselves in grave. Danger at the abbey gate of kabul's airport to protect american citizens and afghans trying to evacuate marineland corporal. David espinosa just twenty years old marine sergeant nicole g. twenty three years old days before her death. She was featured cradling. An afghan baby at the kabul airport writing on instagram. I love my job. Marine staff sergeant. Darren taylor hoover from salt lake city. His father calling him. One heck of a leader. Army staff sergeant ryan nas marine corporal hunter lopez marine lance corporal riley mccollum of jackson wyoming was just weeks away from becoming a father marine lance corporal dylan merola marine lance corporal kareem nicoli from nor co california. His father saying he did not hesitate to be called to duty marine corporal. Deacon william tyler page marine sergeant. Joe juhani rosario picado marine corporal umberto sanchez marine lance corporal. Jared schmitz navy. Cormon maxed in soviak. His father told a reporter that in the last face time with their son when his mother told him to be safe he said. Don't worry mom my guys got me. They won't let anything happen to me. She realized that they all just went together

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Nancy Pelosi Blocks Members of Congress From Honoring Fallen Military Service Members

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:37 min | 9 months ago

Nancy Pelosi Blocks Members of Congress From Honoring Fallen Military Service Members

"Who are the democrats. It's not just biden yesterday. The speaker of the house the most powerful democrat outside of the white house obstructed the reading of the names of our servicemen and women killed in kabul yes. Nancy pelosi refused to allow a double amputee. Brian mass combat veteran to go through with the reading of the thirteen. Who died because of biden's decisions. Well we will pay them tribute here on america first. These are those who gave the ultimate sacrifice and did so unnecessarily marine corps lance corporal. David l. espinosa twenty years. Old texas marine corps sergeant nicole g. twenty twenty-three sacramento california marine corps staff. Sergeant darren hoover thirty one salt lake city Staff sergeant ryan see now. It's twenty three tennessee. Marine corps corporal hunter lopez twenty two years old california marine corps lance corporal riley j. mccollum twenty years old jackson wyoming marine corps lance corporal. Dylan merola twenty years. Old california marine corps lance corporal kareem nikolai twenty years. Old california marine corps sergeant. Joe hannie rosarito pichad twenty five years old lawrence massachusetts marine corps corporal humberto sanchez. Twenty two indiana marine corps loves corporal. Jared m schmitz twenty montana navy hospital coleman max soviak twenty two years old berlin heights ohio then lastly marine corps coporo dagan w page twenty-three omaha nebraska. They gave the last full measure so authors could live but they needn't have died

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‘Another Terror Attack in Kabul Is Likely,’ White House Says

NBC Nightly News

02:04 min | 9 months ago

‘Another Terror Attack in Kabul Is Likely,’ White House Says

"Sworn enemies with a bitter twenty year legacy written in blood tonight. The united states and the taliban facing a mutual threat anxiety hi in kabul amid what. Us intelligence believes is a specific and credible threat. Isis terrorists will strike again on the heels of yesterday's bombing attack outside the international airport that killed at least thirteen. Us troops and left well over one hundred afghans dead tonight. The american pullout from afghanistan at a critical stage the long war coming to a tortured heartbreaking at uncertain and richard angle leads our coverage. Tonight these are the united states security partners in kabul the taliban protecting american forces at the airport their way keeping afghans from reaching the airport gate extending the security while hundreds of americans have been evacuated in the last twenty four hours. If you're an afghan trying to get to the airport now. The path is blocked. The us military says it's coordinating security with the taliban closely. It's more needed now than ever after. Yesterday's suicide bombing killed at least thirteen american servicemembers most of the marines while they were doing pat downs of evacuees among them navy. Cormon maxon soviak from ohio. Who sister describes her baby brother as beautiful intelligent beats to the sound of his own drum twenty year old marine david lee espinosa born in texas the mayor of his hometown today calling him. A fallen hero marine riley mccollum a former high school wrestler from wyoming expecting a baby in just a few weeks lance-corporal kareem nicoli and corporal. Hunter lopez both from southern california and lance corporal. Jarret schmitz a marine from missouri. More than one hundred fifty. Afghans were killed at kabul's main hospital today. The butcher's bill of some of the dead nearly two hundred injure was posted outside. Coffins arrived in a steady stream.

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"kareem" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

08:22 min | 9 months ago

"kareem" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"And today. I am delighted to have a guest with us tom. So show and i'm dropping my notes here. That's what you heard me heard a weird noise just was His name is kareem. Daniel rice and to us. I believe from trinidad and tobago set correct. Yeah we'll welcome for soft welcome to the show appreciate you being here or happy new year earlier. Yeah i let me share a little bit about About this young man He is a father to his advocate for mental health. And he served as trinidad tobago's global peace ambassador for the global peace challenge twenty twenty which is actually how we met us was a program that was sponsored by an ngo called the peace abbey and he's also a musician music entrepreneur. I should say He's been involved in the music industry for the last seven years of his formerly known as split mind. He's a performer songwriter. Poet recording artists. Such just a few things and not only that he's also a writer and producer of survival scholars stories over statistics campaign song and also contributed to the goal. Peace challenges music event that they held But he's also got interesting familiar not interesting but Hasn't light what shall we say. Life has always been easy for you. You've also had some health struggles and maybe we'll talk a little bit about that as well today but you have certainly turn things around. And i thought maybe we'd start off with the fact that Since we did connect through the global peace challenge. Why did you decide to be a peace ambassador. What what what attracted you to that program about lost amish enough done Are your What i need to be challenged when the program I think In new write-down online forum. And i use my voice idea right time and everything doesn't mysteriously does the plan from day i would have about the program from missing. Liz allege in gombe young jewish speaking of in As jean conference a will well. You can call your friends on largely defines ben humid of chedda presented and she gave testimony age A mode challenges as a little damage. I thought i felt embarrassed. That's up on my story. As well on i had From sharon let me buddy agenda bilking younis bovines. The damn introduce me through the that gone from there. That's what he story begun with me be complement on coming onboard on-the-go but these guys day muslim me like my father was my yeah. It was It was a really good program in a sensibly. What's really just to be able to bring people together from different cultures from different countries. And and to be able to you know bring more peace into the world and do whatever we can to promote that and certainly As we've seen over the last year or so it's been really important Needed more often than not. And and i love that that. You're a musician too. Because i think that is one way that people can you know help Create change. I guess you know cultivated positive change in the world is have has something has music always been a part of your life. Yes when i was. I i was at ten. I'm music class. Not too far from where i live and I ran away from it. Yeah i run away from the music. Class I was living national Finish weekly fine with funds. Excited man is buying fleas on stange and stuff on the stand. There were was like a whole Voice thin and i was playing with my stick on it fell entity who who will of the good stuff and i got scared because i had to take the instrument of depends than the body standing or i guess my band stick all that scared me. We've from music boy name of been football on only until when i am when life's begun to get row is one. I grabbed in boston more. So right than soames. Yeah well we'll tell us a little bit about what happened because you. I guess evidently wound up in a hospital and toss a little bit about at journey and And then how you managed to turn things around. Well i landed us from. I was in rehab. I was area and halfway through my rehabbing. sean processed bram i. I am a psychological group that breakdown. Hello there was Before going theory outlining their recommended that You we operate them. I was Say around crimes rehab asterisk on my so under recommended that i be Water at the site psychiatric costs without the don's by-catches barringer and new and dallas quite unexperienced quite so did were you exposed to music there or was it after you after you got out or kacem. Wonder i'm curious to know if music sort of helps you in to be able to cover before winter you have. I was going through on marijuana into psychosis before winning. Three have Am i thought. There's me by keyarris one is one of my my It will mothers. i would be influenced by jazz. Talk that yeah diversity on on Salvos was So may fall with rehab. I would've been like faced island.

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How to Accelerate Cybersecurity Growth

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

01:55 min | 10 months ago

How to Accelerate Cybersecurity Growth

"So congratulations on the news. Chris and thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me today jane. It's a pleasure to be here. Great yeah you know when we speak to cybersecurity phones. We always talk about the threat. Landscape tractors twos tactics innovations. And we talk about also like the human factor been the biggest risk but we sell didn't talk about financing on the side things and is a black box for many so. We're very glad that you can take us behind the scenes. I share with some of the key decisions from a financial perspective so nine hundred million dollars valuation. That's pretty impressive and speaks a lot about the strength of the products and services. So could you tell us about the company and how you come to be part of the team and also your role. Sure well so. I've been with extra for four years now. And as the chief revenue officer and i joined extra hop from a company. A lot of your listeners. Probably familiar with fireeye. And the reason. I joined extra hop. Was that when i started speaking to our of kareem our ceo. He was explaining to me his vision for the future of extra hop. And i got very excited. Because he was talking about this gap that exists still to this day in many organizations in this gap that exists in what we call the east west corridor and extra hop was very uniquely positioned to help address this gap so many companies Security posture and it got me excited. Because when i was at fireeye as you know fireeye became well known for its sand. Boxing technology but was typically deployed at the ingress and egress or the north south traffic patterns to monitor traffic in detect threats as they were coming into the enterprise.

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"kareem" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

04:03 min | 10 months ago

"kareem" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"Hey, what does today, please have my friend, my teammates. Somebody's a very, very special to be in that. I actually got a chance to do some special thing with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and cap for the rest of the segment. I'm going to call you cap because that's how I know you. How you doing, sir? I'm going through how you feeling it. I am doing wonderful. Wonderful, wonderful. Hopefully everybody in your family being safe with this covid-19. That's going on everybody safe. Everybody is saying Thursday as well. Thank goodness, you know, my two oldest boys are on the front line you know once an administrator and the other one is a doctor and the out there fighting this thing, I'm really proud of em and you know, of course I'm concerned. Okay. But they are safe. Yes they'll say no, that's it and so far healthy and doing a great job. Good good, good. Same thing here at cap off. Want you to have fun with me today and I know you're going to do that. But the first thing I'd like to say, is pay homage to you..

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The Best (MM #3758)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 11 months ago

The Best (MM #3758)

"The Maison with Kevin nation in life were often fixated on the best the worst and it's all subjective I've talked before about the best pizza down the best fish sandwich. Even the best seat in the house. A lot of best's I've talked about, but in reality, it's just my opinion. When those cases the opinion of the people who wrote the article, I found on the internet, a recent story from I believe it's C-SPAN wage rates the presidents and of course, everybody's talking about it because where does President Trump fall Abraham? Lincoln is always first in Washington is always 2nd and FDR is always third. I think Pierce is always on the bottom, doesn't matter. It's all subjective. I can tell you the best presidents in my lifetime, at least based on my life, based on how things affected me at the time, being best the tops, it's all subjective, it all doesn't matter. At the end of the day, who's the best basketball player of all time, is a Michael Jordan is. LeBron James what about Wilt, Chamberlain? What about Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has Babe Ruth better than Henry, Aaron and baseball. It's all subjective and it all doesn't matter and just something to talk about we quest to be the best. It's only subjective dead.

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The Best (MM #3758)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 11 months ago

The Best (MM #3758)

"The Maison with Kevin nation in life were often fixated on the best the worst and it's all subjective I've talked before about the best pizza down the best fish sandwich. Even the best seat in the house. A lot of best's I've talked about, but in reality, it's just my opinion. When those cases the opinion of the people who wrote the article, I found on the internet, a recent story from I believe it's C-SPAN wage rates the presidents and of course, everybody's talking about it because where does President Trump fall Abraham? Lincoln is always first in Washington is always 2nd and FDR is always third. I think Pierce is always on the bottom, doesn't matter. It's all subjective. I can tell you the best presidents in my lifetime, at least based on my life, based on how things affected me at the time, being best the tops, it's all subjective, it all doesn't matter. At the end of the day, who's the best basketball player of all time, is a Michael Jordan is. LeBron James what about Wilt, Chamberlain? What about Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has Babe Ruth better than Henry, Aaron and baseball. It's all subjective and it all doesn't matter and just something to talk about we quest to be the best. It's only subjective dead.

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"kareem" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:42 min | 11 months ago

"kareem" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"But it was real. It's interesting that you mentioned that generation gap. I don't think i had thought of it in those terms. But you're someone who remembers as a child the news about emmett till you're someone who was in college. You know who was a a high school student during the in a middle school student during the civil rights movement who was in college you know when the world turned over somebody who's just five or ten years younger than you has a very different experience of the world that that was amazing to me. You know 'cause. I go through eighties and i'm playing with guys. Braised in the south and they'd gone integrated schools They hadn't seen the colored restroom or drinking fountain. I had you lad. I do use them. You know. my mom My momma from north carolina. She took me down there a couple of times When i was the child so something that was not unfamiliar to me and You know my perspective on things. Little be different. We've got so much more to get into with kareem abdul-jabbar still to come. He played for most of his career while suffering from migraine headaches. which is and i cannot. I cannot overstate this unimaginably difficult. We'll talk about how he got through it. After the break it's bullseye. For maximum fund dot org and npr. This message comes from npr sponsor fidelity wealth management vp dylan sanders shares. Why it's important to understand..

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"kareem" Discussed on LFCC Stories

LFCC Stories

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"kareem" Discussed on LFCC Stories

"Yeah i'm happy to have accelerated program. The program it wasn't art was in his cell but bow usually with accelerated programs issues. So much information like each chapter have like sixty slides. And it'll be at sesto chapters one through eight so it was a lot. You had the study and attention. What was your favorite class in the program. Either at medical terminology had a section with that or the clinical stuff. We learnt like drawing blood and we did a little bit of cpr. Fido's your temp low pressure in. Doing cova tests was apart is probably the most fun part. Sometimes you take these jobs because you have this particular skill set or you've gone through this program and sometimes the jobs aren't exactly in line with what you learned in some of the classes. Have you had those moments where you've had to do something in dot. I know exactly how to do this because we covered it in class. Yeah especially like send. Ekg's helping a patient would ekg is is easy because instructor at like a slogan that we use for all the places for ekg and always remember what color those. Where did you find. it was. It was weird or different for you having relationships with professors at a college versus being a high school student. In having a juicer. Yeah yeah it was. It was so much different. janet maze. She helped me so much shoes early. Nice very patient. She makes everything super detailed. If you ask your question she won't just say yes or no. She'll say yes because xyz she's very she makes very good expirations. She actually referred me to lifetime family medicine. She sent me an email. And hey you're like the only person who lives in the prince william county area out of we went back and forth and i needed help with my resume so she helped me with that. So yes she. She did a lot for me and it's pretty impressive. Because a lot of people i would think during the pandemic chose to just put their head in the sand and try and ride it out and it's it's pretty impressive that you decided. No this is. This is going to be when i make a change and this is when i move forward and take control of my life. That's that's got to be a big step in a scary step in and of itself. Yeah it was. I think once the pandemic aetna twenty three song young when went back to school being eighteen thousand nine hundred intake school that serious and then fast forward to last year did know what i wanted to do with my life. And just listen the custodial job for those couple months that was really tough and i kinda knew ahead. Start taking life a lot more and not be so lackadaisical did you reach out to family members. And say hey. I'm thinking about doing this. Do you think it's a good idea. Did the majority of them say oh absolutely. You should have done that as soon as you graduated high school. Yes specially my mom my mom's our end so she's like yeah. Go go right on fs. Yeah.

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"kareem" Discussed on LFCC Stories

LFCC Stories

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"kareem" Discussed on LFCC Stories

"For conversations with current and former students to hear their funny and inspiring stories as we learn about their journey to higher education the role that nfc has played where they are now and where they plan to go also talked to current and former professors about their experiences and best memories of l. fcc over the past fifty years get every single episode as they're released on our website at the river. Nine five three dot com under the podcast tab or you can subscribe for free and apple. Podcasts google podcasts. On spotify amazon music wherever you listen to podcasts just search for l. Fcc stories we are having a conversation today. With kareem jenkins he is a twenty twenty one graduate of lord fairfax community college. Kareem thank you so much for taking some time to sit and have a conversation with me today. I do appreciate it. Thanks for inviting me. So i understand that you completed the medical assistant program. Tell me what the program is. All about is very similar to nursing. Now we don't do as much stuff as like our ends but it was gonna celebrate a program that those about three months most other medical assistant programs are like about a year or they also have like a metal close degree. Which is like two years. So i was really excited to just have that accelerated ground. Who was monday. Wednesday friday nine to twelve thirty for about three months. Now you graduated the program in two thousand and twenty one where your classes in person were they virtual how were the classes themselves karna. Both since it was like the wintertime february march april may since the wintertime. If this snowed or anything like that or if it was like sleep or anything it will be soon if not most of the classes. They were in person other than the weather in crazy. Pandemic thing we have going on. So what made you choose. This particular program to join. Have you always been interested in some sort of healthcare related field. Always wanted to get my foot in. The door was healthcare. I just didn't know what specifically so i decided to. Just try this out and right now. I really enjoy it. Were you working the whole time that you were going through the program. Yeah i work two jobs. They were both part time. It wasn't easy board for prince. William county schools lisa janitor two days a week and then our at domino's pizza delivery driver and i work saturday. So this is a whole new career path for you..

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"kareem" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"kareem" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"My Persona before she took me into the family, but I am technically a davenport and we also log Add will Sheridan a rapper from Brooklyn who has been killing it for probably I want to say it's been a decade that he's been putting out music maybe wage definitely closer to a decade than not a decade, but he's been putting out music for a while. And so we all got together with Mitch ferrino who produced brown cow stunning Prestige ask lat a bunch of tracks for a bunch of people and this was a really this when I heard this instrumental because I was you know, I was looking I was listening to the instrumentals with honey when she was picking them out and we both really fell in love with this because it had such a great Soulful R&B found to it and it was shocking that it came from Mitch because it's so different from his you know, anything else that I had ever heard from him before well with music playing, so let's let's hear this. This is cocoa butter featuring Jace Vegas Kareem, Mick Jagger need Ravel and.

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"kareem" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"kareem" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"Hey Kareem welcome to Latino rebels radio. . What's up? ? Thanks much Adamy. . How's it going? ? I'm good. . I had your creative partner earlier this year. . Christina who I've known my God I've we we have a mutual friend. . So, , I've known Christina for like ever, , and then it was weird because as I was prepping for this interview, , I listened to what we did about the Walter mccollough documentary and like a true astrologer. . Lake Sheep. . Like the predictions. . So you can have to give to confirm all this. . Now I mean it's kind of UNCANNY. . The things she was saying about the documentary in. . And then boom. . Well listen I feel bad for you because Christina is both the smarter and Prettier One and I am just allowed one so. . Yeah IT'S A. . Back. . Under. . The intro like she does the military we set this up everything's under control, , and then you come in late you're like, , hey. . Like. . Thing. . And another thing. . Yes. . So, , listen. . I. . I, , know I. . I know I know the origin story so I don't WanNa get into it, , and if people really want to hear the origin story about how this documentary came to be. . We will link to the original. . So this is an extension of that conversation. . But so I wanted to have you on because of that but also to talk about representation in general <hes> were it's going next <hes> your thoughts. . Let's start talking about I about this. . You know I think it was a sensation. . When it came out I mean. . Yeah. . I mean talk talk about it talk about. . It feel. . Wait. . A minute. . So we launched on Netflix July night. . Oh my God. It . feels like he'd launched like. . Okay. . So it's Depending on, , you ask I'm sorry I depending when you ask either it was six days ago or six years ago Leno. . Yeah. . So tell me how has been has been. . Changing or creatively. . Awesome. . It's been a little bit of both it's surreal how it's been. . You know. . We made the dock in. . In you know the whole journey was just really crazy but just really the the end of his you know we finished the dock. . Sundance November I walter died November second. . So that was just a moment of that was a weird coincidence. . But then we had to go back to Puerto Rico Puerto. . Rico for the funeral we were there for a week we to Sundance. . Saving. . And then we I I mean I say this with both humility and pride, and , then we got into every vessel that we wanted to get into. . Between what the funding With release and the world shut down with Kobe and And so Some of those most of us all those actually. . To others got cancelled. . So it's minute really weird <hes>. . I felt that in the age to yeah it's been really weird. . Re <hes> experiencing this all from my living room like from my kitchen table. . Yeah. . It's so crazy but A. . Every day with a new thing you've you've heard of <unk> either new famous person who's seen it or we've gotten a new message from another part of the world <hes> somebody who's discovered Walter it's been a little spin really surreal but I mean now how fun I mean we made the movie 'cause like Latinos we will say as Latinos we had the leverage in the honor to have walters part of our lives for decades, , and we made the movie because we wanted to share him with the world at large <hes> to see that actually happening. . It's wild. . It's crazy. . So you know it's funny. . You say because when I did talk to Christina was around Sundance. . and. . You. . Know you go out there. . I mean you guys I remember. . I saw the pictures of you guys were like, , Hey, , we are premiering. . Hey, , we're. . We're in the CAPE'S HEY, , here we are. . And and the net flicks announcement happened around like right at the time we dropped the podcast with Christina. . So it was like my God this is perfect that was. . So. . You're so right about just being physically present what your creative you know. . You're there. . It's like it's done. . I'm with people. . This is this is this is going to be a great year and it still is a great year right but but you're seemed to be celebrating it in a very moral. . Distant way, , but is it satisfying I? ? Mean I must be. . I mean, , it is incredibly satisfying incredibly exciting

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"kareem" Discussed on Toure Show

Toure Show

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"kareem" Discussed on Toure Show

"The game, , the structure, , the style of the game that you played back to the basket center right trying to get high percentage shots closer to the basket that game has been completely forgotten, , and there's very few. . There's nobody who plays the center position the way you did with the back to the basket and it's like try to get the highest value shots the furthest away. . But three pointers as much as you can does this style interest you disinterested you look down on it. . You say you don't know how to play the game properly. . Well, , you know there, , there are different theories about how to play the game but I think getting high percentage shots really makes a lot of sense, , but it also has to dovetail with your defensive strategy also. . So <hes> a great team like the Bill Russell. . F- Celtics. . Bill was able to to stymie any shots around the hoop and. . His team. . Would run and get high percentage shots down down court, , and that was a winning strategy <hes> era. . I mean, , nobody's playing center. . The way you did that is totally gone now. . I think. . So but that doesn't mean that <hes> someone cat had that type of skill and still come in effect the game. . In a meaningful way, , we talked earlier today. . One of the things you said, , the eighty five finals against the Celtics was one of your most important moments as a player. . One of your crowning moments as a player you were the. . MVP that year you guys won the Lakers one but you had to go through the Memorial Day massacre where you guys got crushed by like forty points a game over in the middle of third order and a down moment and I lived in Boston at that moment, , it looked like are going to go on to destroy them. . How did you come back to win and why do you think of that as one of your crowning moments as a player that series? ? Well I think that? ? What happened to me personally in that series was. . Once, , we made it into the finals I kind of relaxed. . and. . So I went into that first game <hes> thinking that. . The worst is over and you know the the worst was yet to happen. . So. . It kind of woke me up and made me realize that <hes> I had to kick my game up a couple of levels in order to. . Finish off what we started out to do because we lost. . In eighty four to the Celtics and Gabe a game away. . And that ended up being the the crucial game. . How could you go into? ? A series against the Celtics who had Larry Bird who series plate you know clearly one of the great players of that time how you Gonna Like Oh, , we got this. . No. . I didn't think that we got this but for me personally, I , figured I've done my job where we're in the finals. . Things. . Think things will be alright and they work. . One. . Of the one of the chapters, , one of the parts of the book that I really thought was really interesting. . You talk about athletes and what they must do with how they have role models at the happy aware that they are role models and you say we can't pretend athletes are influencing our children's thinking and behavior. . So we must demand higher standards from them like it or not college and Professional Sports. . Machines are turning them into role models, , and if they aren't willing to accept that responsibility as part of the contract, , then they should seek another profession. . Strong position. . A little bit about why you feel that way when you went through that life right superstar High School Athlete College, , Athlete, , and you know the way that superstar athletes from a teen age are coddled. . They are given you know love for their athletics points for their character. . Society is not training them to be role models, , but then they become big college players big prosed and we expect them to be role models. Are . they even ready for that? ? I don't know you know for me. . Being a black American and in the era that I grew up in all black. . realized. . That <hes>. . They would be judged by the actions of. . Any problem. . Black Person. . And so. . That burden. . Was something that that you assumed. . Soon, , as you've got to do anything in a in a prominent fashion, , you assume that burden because you knew that. . All black people would be. . Judged on whatever it was that you did and he's screwed up A. . Set, , the race. . I mean that's absolutely right and you talk about that I came to realize that the lew alcindor that for the younger folk that was his name forty, , fifty years ago the lew alcindor everyone was cheering. . Was it really the person they wanted to be they wanted me to be the clean cut example of racial equality the poster boy for anybody from any background regardless of race religion or economic standing could become an American success story to them. . I was living proof that racism was a mythological beast like Jack. . Elope when when the audience is feeling like that right I assume the media is part of it. . How do you? ? How do you rebel against that? ? Well. . You just have to show them that they're wrong and. . That that is not the case, , there's a whole lot that has to be done. . I into earlier. . Right after Dr King was assassinated, , I was involved in a demonstration on UCLA's campus and people. . Would just standing there. . and. . It was a silent. . stood. . There for an hour in silence and some of US had signs and a number of times people came up to me and said, , you're getting the opportunity to play in the NBA. . What do you demonstrating for and they did not understand how these two things did not relate to each other at all the fact that <hes> I, , I was getting opportunity to play in the NBA did not mean that <hes> what happened to Dr King was a tragedy and a crime and the. . Thing to get across to people and the you know I, , it's taken awhile you

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"kareem" Discussed on The Candid Creative

The Candid Creative

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"kareem" Discussed on The Candid Creative

"So when you hear them talk about Mrs Team was successful. It Suan speculation. and. Then again. They would have been in for months or even years so you could also factor. Are. Spotted on the. Larger cones on the large following inner. So forth so No. One. Really as The entire book. Just, knowledge will say insecure to learn. If you're not learning some me pinterest themselves. Have teaches you The use of that. Force. Dozens of case studies on software that you could actually use. Lifting spots in going successfully. Right. Physical, use pinterest on a trial and error and just. Bits pieces that you can find your and they're slowly both of obviously obviously with my experience in, you could do it much fossil but. New Singers. and. Keep giant he he consistent. I me just finished an experiment this morning. Actually we're. We tested. Me In my. On my serve. Yeah, we tested. The difference in missiles if your opinion one hundred pounds per day. Versus just forty two times. and. Essentially Gotten seen results by penning hundred. Into town. We got the same zone impressions and engagement on our. But? It was a total different ball park when it came to the amount of pinpricks now. So. In. Doesn't matter who consistent you are in terms of the number of Inza make. Arena Montana's news. Oh many days are you being consistent? Showing. Up. If you. If you've in once a week continued to been once a week if you've been in once a day. In. Once a day is one of those things that like stick to a schedule Metropol posting everything that the toge-. Momentum. Size. Of similar to like blogs or anything like that, if you're going to be making a blog every. Week. You should probably stay Schedule people respect without her. Yeah. Nine funny thing is I'm not big on you know scheduling and so forth. So. I like to use pinches. In which You are not shed unique thins. I use that a lot and teen wind. was also agreed option we can. Skating a lot of things and then. Just wash things failed so. It's it's great to have those automation systems in place. Just keep. He believe love consistency going right under going to streamline your. Process without having to. Constantly Menu Make Sense. Other than. For people that want to follow you. Are Looking for someone to help them in. A conversation while We're GONNA find you aren't they getting contact with you? Will you can follow me on instagram marketing with Korean. And exhuming chested in Pinterest mentorship. Could you know join me on ancient paycheck community at agenda? Own Sash marketings Kareem. and is already ton of interest not that you can. Have Access to will is coaching cars and coaching sessions in a month that you do so. In a new Jones, the descend me unbeaten. Yeah, I'm looking forward to hearing from the. Raising of to have you here and so much for joining me and being part of. This business but yes. So, much for listening today's episode and I want to thank for being part of this episode as well. If you're enjoying this podcast, remember Missouri Review. Maybe, you went to learn more about me. Only my profile in the show notes. Until next time and next week I'll be back with Al Episode Toe Stay tuned. Stay. Creative. Talent..

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"kareem" Discussed on The Men's Room

The Men's Room

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"kareem" Discussed on The Men's Room

"Success stories in the Middle East answer questions on the my stay APP about tech startups and influencers and share your opinions with other people. GO TO HAKAWATI DOT FM. My say or use the league in the episode description. Hey, this is a heck. Oh, eddy production! Hello welcome to the men's room. You'RE GONNA love the show today. My next guest is a media entrepreneur. Kareem Rama is well known on social media for his hilarious, slightly twisted and insightful content, which he describes as smart videos for the smartphone generation. He's also comedian, actor, writer and producer. Hoover..

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"kareem" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"kareem" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"You know Kareem was the most dominant force that that I had ever encountered in I was encountering him at our the lady so I can't imagine what he was like when he was in his early twenties in and then in the east you know Larry Bird you know I was Kareem member you know and and bird with the guy I know I know people you know right now don't don't like to talk about that but in the eighties you know Larry Bird with the deal and and and I remember Kareem Abdul Jabbar himself talking about how great and how Larry Bird was in the eighties going those championships that they were playing and I was there to watch every single one of then I will put magic third because he and Kareem at the tandem were word we're almost unbeatable in in band I I had Jordan ranked fourth in terms of my competition and I just gave you the numbers thirty six and seventeen against the Chicago Bulls during my period of time and also you know I believe in in eighty six I think bird was the MVP of the league eighty seven magic was the MVP of the league eighty eight Jordan within the PS three eighty nine and ninety Magic Johnson was the MVP of the league so those four players we were competing against Pamela I was competing against them at their absolute best when they would M. B. PS elite so that was my competition and that's how I rank as a Thomas on the show the Jim Rome show bill writer filling in as a last one four I've never put this together to you just said we're talk about Kareem and I don't know Kareem Abdul Jabbar nearly as well as I know you but I did have the opportunity when he was inducted into a hall of fame ceremony in Kansas city to spend until six or seven hours trailing the guy and as a young reporter the time I was told by a lot of media guys the guy's a jerk good luck have fun sarcastically and I found to be cerebral an interesting introspective I really liked him he sent me a very nice hand written note afterwards which doesn't happen very often you and he are both guys that I've interacted with the highlight and that have reputations for for you know negativity have you guys the driver just had a conversation about the sort of flip side of fame and and when it can can turn on a little bit yeah we've we've we've discussed it and you know I don't you know there's you know there's there there are things that that happen in sport that you really have to put context around in you know and invest for me being in and admire a cooling in Dan in almost you know I would like to consider myself a student his knowledge in in reading all of his books and and what he stood for you know you you really have to understand support in terms of the people who were covering support particularly during his time in in the in the ratio lives language that was used against him in bill Russell so when when they play the game the Oscar Robertson's when they play the game and you can go back and read some of the things that were said to them during the game and then some of the people who were covering them and writing about them after the game you know I've I've found that a lot of those stories have been skewed kids to paint him in a way that you know with unflattering because of some of the stances that he Muhammad Ali Jim Brown high school Roberts and you know it I think that they have to can do or and we're going to do in that period of time so you know I think it's important that the game with with all of the stories we put them in the proper context opportune time frame in what was really going on in our country to tell the full story as in Thomas every time I I I get the chance to talk with the it is an absolute pleasure so I mean this when when the world kind of goes back to some kind of normality and I can get to New York City the sangria is on me I probably I will reduce your line champagne that there's great the talent for it but I won't complain I will do it all payment really appreciate your best you and your family I'm glad your daughter is okay having having gotten coded and is always very very appreciative of you making some time right thank you and you guys have a great holiday thank you to Isaiah Thomas on the show I like the guy a lot it and one of the things we don't do well in this country and certainly sports talk radio sometimes is is the new wants you know I am famous I get it but get people to demi some type you can't let people define you even if they can do that other people will be interesting to be a cream Abul Jabbar and Isaiah Thomas right be a complicated human being and just have the general view be hate and you just have to learn to live with that I fame man I'm glad it ain't a part of my world thank you very much as a Thomas fascinating conversation and yes he went Kareem one bird two I think Jackie J. two birds three magic for a deadly bird higher than magic by the way as crazy as that sounds I last the exact same question lebron James once mines to he played against and he put lebron this is eight nine years ago in the conversation he put bird had a magic I didn't that's super interesting log but I'll give you my top fifteen all time about twenty or thirty minutes I do want a little football little dak Prescott we'll do that here and Jim Rome show bill runner filling in in just a moment on CBS sports radio you're listening to the Jim Rome show hi.

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"kareem" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"kareem" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"We have my friend, my teammates. Somebody's that very very special to be that. I actually got a chance to. Do So special thing with Kareem Abdul Jabbar and cap for the rest of this segment. I'm going to call you cap because that's how I know you how you doing sir. I am doing wonderful. Wonderful, wonderful heavily. Everybody in your family being safe with this. Cove at nineteen. There's going on Everybody says everybody's everybody's well. Thank goodness. My to motorsports on the front line, a one sir administrator administrators wanted us to doctor, and now out there fighting this thing on a really profitable and. Of course of concern, okay, but they are saying yes. In the so help! A great job, good, good good. Thank thing here. Cap on what you have fun with me today you. Know. You're going to do that, but the first thing. I'd like to say paid homage to you because again. One of the things growing up here in Pasadena California. I had an opportunity to get drafted by Los Angeles. Lakers and I'm going to say something that I've never told anybody before Al Tell. You, I remember, and you remember with Loyola Marymount had that old Jimbo but there before they refurbished the new one that they have now. I walked into the gym and Nineteen Seventy Nine, and I saw you down. The other end shoots skyhooks and kept almost pissed my pants man, because I was walking into legendary status in seeing you at Ucla and the things that don't the Lakers. I was very honored to be there so i. tell you that I haven't told anybody else, but. You know. Put. My depends on, but you really scared the shit out. There, so we're looking wave. You are. In your rookie year, your guy you and. Heart and your commitment to the team, and then the. One hundred percent every year she played. And I WANNA. Thank you, I remember. I was out there, trying to airlock. WHO's a skinny guy flying over my shoulder? You know it's. Twenty one. School! Goes back. Thank you. Let's start this off by what was your thoughts? When they brought in coach mckinney from Portland, they started assembling a team Obviously they brought him Magic Johnson's gentlemen to your your less daughter, what we saw at nine hundred eighty season. When we were getting ready to go into this season. What were your thoughts about that? Well I. I was looking forward to. You're shaking things up. Because magic such unique talents you know with his. To be a a six nine. Is Great rebounder in greatest appointing forward kind of Dr Guard. A. Amazing now. We got the attention, Cope will. Doing the same type of thing, but your magic really was sworn size. That could feel to handle that. Were you excited about him? Because I know before the season before he can get norm Nixon, some of the people pitching in screen behind you. DAMARA Wilkes You guys had a formidable trio. And now you add all these new pieces myself but magic was a major piece. Did you really think he was GonNa? Turn out to be the type of player he became. While I overheard deliberate the ANC to a tournament. Outstanding Player and Heard that so I knew he could. He was GONNA contribute. I didn't know what it was going to contribute. I expected A. As you as Though he didn't let us know. Special Person kept one of the things I'm GONNA. Take you down memory lane a little bit. What was it like plan for a legendary coach John Wooden at Ucla. I think. It was something that I took regretted. Go because I had so much success while I was in high school. So. I just took for granted that ignited gold right for a great college program, but it was. It was very unique. Unique guy in that sense. Industry the gain. He understood influence. Young men in a positive way I. really appreciated. mccollum experience. Graduate I. Had enough credits to get my degree in a whole lot about the game. To, just A. A really positive. Set of options in front of me to choose from. With us on podcast, showtime with COO is Ari my man. Arias here he's GonNa. Ask a couple of questions, but. For you cat would be. So coach wouldn't touch you in that kind of wealth far as an athlete. Did he touching your personal life just to add to a little bit? Yeah. I got to. Talk to coach about stuff that had nothing to do aggressive all. He was English teacher. English Major. For a number of years UCLA. So in stuff to talk about nothing to do with the game is a was refreshing. It took the pressure off and enable need to have a really good. Really Good College experience. You know I enjoyed my glasses I want to get. The. Cream? I, WanNa extend with what your to make. Coupe was saying on the magic thing because. I've been able to cover championship. NBA teams before, and the the we talk about skill and ability, but the the ability to defer one's ego for the betterment of at team, and and we're talking about the coach best player just online. I think that to me is maybe the the the critical point of magic joining the team. Was You know you guys had the willingness to defer ego for the betterment of what needed to be done? WAS THERE I? Don't know of concern, but did you right away? This guy was the real deal because of that. It's really easy to figure it out. Because magic saw his job is to get. He saw his purpose was to allow us to score in facilitate that. Rusty shine because we show he so you also went back and forth on magic at six nine out of our time. Guarding Quick Guards, playing point. So we had to help on that issue, but it never ended up being a problem. And you know we just made. The adjustments need to comments on just. Just to jump on that art for second is that magic is cap said wasn't a very good, individually individual defensive player, but he was probably one of the greatest double teams that we've had in basketball. Being of his is like when we had the double certain people in the post, not the cabinet, but just to get the ball out of that individual players hands. Magic was always there on point most of the time scale, but he made. everybody's a little bit easier because. To help everyone. Six nine. There was nobody is GonNa like Crystal Mountain weighing? Get he he was equal to that. You could have played out forward if he wanted. The Big Butt out there two point. It just gave us all more options. With with the last dance, going on now I'm curious like what would it look like for the eighty seven eighty eight Lakers or even the eighty eight eighty nine Lakers to have camera crews following them around all year like like Jordan his last Eric last dance I. Think you'd see a guys that. Likely, phillies company. When we go out road, trying to do something together. We went through Latin movies. Magic officer Qantas.

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"kareem" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:39 min | 3 years ago

"kareem" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"About twenty minutes from now if you love basketball, and you love the NBA, we gotta have an honest top, honest, talk because. AM? Our sports got a problem. And I love the league and love the NBA. We'll get into it in about twenty minutes. Right now, we're discussing tyreek hill and how the rational side of my rain knows. He's too good. And when the legal system runs its course and the eventual long suspension from the NFL is over he'll get another chance because he's still five years away from turning thirty. That's the rational side of my brain. But the emotional side of my brain wants to say, there's gotta be a line. Where teams would rather lose without him than win with them. And a multiple time offender of being an abuser of a pregnant woman and a toddler has to be that line. But morally it just feels like it has to be that line. So when I operate in that head space. I'm cautiously optimistic that thirty two teams will independently decide that he'll never play again. Even though if I had to bet on it. I'd say he does I can't say that it's a slam dunk because I just wanna believe that commonsense. Morality will exist somewhere in pro football. But people, of course, are tweeting the Anthony Perkins on Twitter, which I always appreciate during the show. Could you imagine tie Ricky will playing on your team? And you advocating it. He's individuals. Evidently, not even really waiting for the suspension and legal system to play out. Dan, Dan, Samuelson tweets in hill is so damn good. He's worth a gamble to bring to a team the Browns with John Dorsey would be a great place to sign him. Sean over tweets in. Get t hill to Seattle and let him ball out with Wilson would be unstoppable. That's the one with his first last name and picture in his Twitter account advocating from to go to Seattle to ball out. Brench tweets in hills, a horrible person and should be in prison. But as long as he's allowed to play. I would like my colts the sign him. There you go. So I guess it. Probably won't take for the legal system to run its course and the NFL suspension to come down some fans already cool with it. It's an amazing world. As long as my team wins ten games. I'm happy. It's crazy out there. It really is. And again, I'm not even I'm not even fronting like, I'm not some huge moralist on as I literally was advocating months ago for the bears sign Kareem hunt to reunite with Matt Nagy because the bears needed some running back help. But I think that tyreek hill closer to OJ Simpson than he is Kareem hunt. Kareem hunt is a jackass Kareem hunt gets drunk and fights people and evidently doesn't care if it's a man or woman cream hunts a bad, dude. But I believe that there's a player like Kareem hunt than every NFL locker room who gets drunk and fights people that's different than domestic violence. And then tyreek hill with the strangulation and that being ten times likelier to lead to homicide and doing it to a toddler Tyree. Kills in a whole different stratosphere of scumbag of Kareem hunt. And I just I want to believe that that's the line. And evidently, most of you were telling me, I've got a full Bank of phone calls telling me that that's not the one cool. So so the line is basically you've got to be in prison. Or else teams can't help themselves. That's what we're saying. If you're good enough, and you are walking the earth. You will be signed. Okay. Great. Makes you feel good eight five five two one two four two two seven is the number Anthony's in Michigan. He's on CBS sports radio. What up Anthony? Hey, danny. How are you? I'm all right, man. Hey, I had a chance to really think about this situation. But one thing that I told you call a screener, I'm more concerned for his so-called fiance, the to unborn children and the little boy if if football is taken away from him permanently because he used the word terrified not fearful here affi-. That's a very very strong word. I used to be a corrections officer, and I was in charge of a guy. John Norman Collins was one of the most the Tories serial killers in the state of Michigan. And we used to talk baseball. You would have never known that this man was capable of what he had done. And so we time we kill. I'm not surprised that he was able to fake his way through the counseling and such. But when he is really allowed to be himself, if that's him on that that voice conversation. He told you who he was and I want credit. Oh, she just passed away. She had a saying that when a person shows you who they are believed him, and I wish I could think of her name. And so here's here's a suggestion. I have as a solution. How about if he's allowed back in the league the majority of his salary those who are trustee and goes to the mom of his children. So that because they're going to be the big losers in all of it. Yeah. Yeah. Anthony, I I of my Angelou is the is the is the quote. I in a utopic worlds. Yes. Tyreek hill gets to play football. We get to watch tyreek hill play football. And the money goes into a trust that only his kids can touch once. They turn eighteen years old, but we don't live in fantasy land. I mean in my fantasy tyreek hill like fans wouldn't want him to play again. And I got people tweeting me with their first last name and picture in their avatar being like nab bring him to Seattle to ball out with Russell Wilson. So we're a long way from fantasy land, you know? So you're right that that would be the best case scenario because if tyreek hill doesn't play football and doesn't earn that also will hurt his family. But is that the responsibility of an NFL team to bring him into their community? And then just so that his kids can have a nice life in terms of finances. I I don't think it is what it is. Like, this there are there are teams out there that would take him. Once this whole process is done because he's so young. Now, the issue becomes if you if you take it away, and he says to himself I have nothing to lose. Anyway, he's already told the lady that she should be terrified allegedly. So what what is to say that he's already put his fingers around her throat, and we call that lethal lethal force. So he has no conscience as far as. Going to the ultimate Yemen. Listen, I I appreciate the call. He is the worst of the worst that has been established. Right. It is it is the scum among us. I don't know what he's capable of net. And I said, I appreciate the call me to move on. And take another one before I change it up and talk some hoops. But that's why I said he's closer to OJ Simpson. Then Kareem hunt. He seems to be capable of anything. That tape is horrifying.

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"kareem" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"kareem" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Shop because if we ever do y'all pop the strong. This week. Is Jalen Anthony rose would del. I'm David Jacoby. Oh, cool. Shea sin stage on and we putting it on wax. It's the news. Jimmy jacoby. What do we do? We the people. They. Adam Schefter broke some news this morning about the National Football League, specifically Kareem hunt. He tweeted, and it felt suspending Brown's Kareem hunt for eight games for violating its personal conduct policy league source tells ESPN we all know what happened with Kareem hunt. There was an incident involving a woman in a hotel hallway in which he pushed and kicked the woman while she was on the ground. Eight games seems like way too little of a punishment for Kareem hunt. What do you think Mr. rose the NFL continues to get big time decisions? Incorrect it really does as it relates to three different things. What's happening with the opioid crisis was happening with concussions and how they continue the deal with domestic violence, and or assaults in particular men versus woman, and in this case, did we need more evidence than the fact that his video it's on video. Okay. He initially did not tell the team the truth was should also add to the Kashmir that's a good point. He got a chance to participate last year before the world find out what he did. So let's get this right while we're praising John Dorsey, and rightfully so and amazing GM. He's a perfect example of why we judge people on how good they are, of course, versus the risk and the things that they do that a questionable..

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"kareem" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"kareem" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Giving too much you giving the place and blame too much everybody. Amari Cooper was inconsistent with the rate of skip. He made two pro bowls. The pro. I didn't. View the play got one. First of all what happens get teams that go to the Super Bowl. Now. What happened? They don't get to go to the Pro Bowl. And now, you get the seventy eight alternate, man. It used to be on it or go to the Pro Bowl. Now. Stop. I think if Jon Gruden won a Super Bowl with Brad Johnson. He could win on Derek Carr. Okay. We're waiting import hall of famers warrants after the hall of fame. Dave. They're out to be drafted. Listen if in the top fifteen in Simi right had over one hundred sacks Rosh was really he was really good that he was a button to deal with. But that doesn't take away from what he was able to do on the peel. He could have been the Super Bowl in the day rendezvous barber. I mean, it's not like Jon Jon Gruden inherited a loaded team. I mean Derrick Brooks, my friend, Eric. Well, he continues to make the case that was the greatest defense ever, not Ray Lewis bed brook better. Stop late. I know he wanted to you know, he watches watch rugs. They stop playing spilling you stop playing. At least debatable belong in the same conversation. Only skill that team gave up ten points a game. Okay. Ten they get one over fifteen games. They gave up on hundred and sixty eight points. And you add up all the rushing yards in sixteen games. The team didn't reach a thousands. I promise you. My phone is filling up with the long tax right now with stat after stat after staff, and what year was that two thousand two thousand to two. Okay. Yeah. We re have way week 'cause I was on that team. So I'm a part of it. We have way more shutouts we shut both knocking people out of the gate. How many quarterbacks they gotta game. You're not gonna bug both ways that year. I don't know. I don't remember ninety is back in the polo the prehistoric timeline. As when LeBron's says, I would he says me now, I said us, we not or did you go up all the way over here you own the deep. I didn't remember you making a tackle. Will you played when players back in the day on only Dion very hard to do prefer. When you say us. You don't do we the ravens we had a greater devious of a symbol. What the stats say? Although the eighty five bears have something else to say they gave him more points at those stats don't lie. Okay. Well, actually, the eighty six bears were better than eight. The teams of the past and a few teams of the future. How about the Browns? They now have a lot of big personalities on their team. But we'll everyone get along. All right. We have some breaking news. The NFL is suspending cream hunt for eight games for violating its personal conduct policy. How was released by the chiefs in November after video surfaced of him assaulting a woman, and he was signed by the Browns last month. Now Cleveland is high expectations. The blockbuster trade that landed them del Beckham junior. Odell comes with some baggage from New York, but GM John Dorsey said his talent was just too good to pass up. So shihan. Let's start with Kareem hunt. What is your reaction to the suspension of birth? Basically. He's going to be suspended for basically about a year skill. He missed the final five games last year. He missed two games of the pre the postseason in the missed the first eight games of the regular season. So that's about the team game this season sixteen game low. So this about a year suspension. I think that's fair. It gives them an opportunity to stay in the counseling to show that show that he's remorseful. And it gives the NFL like, okay, we took. This series as soon as we found out, and I know what you should have found out beforehand. They never got into this bar. Well, Kareem hunt should have never done what he'd done, and then we wouldn't be the situation. But I think it's fair. I think the NFL is like, okay..

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"kareem" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"kareem" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"By time line where Kareem said he went to the box and said to them. Hey, look, I'm not going to resign here. But I'm not gonna tell anybody you guys go out and try and make a deal, you can not I want to go to the Lakers a said quietly, they went to Laker said, hey, we're gonna move Kareem. If you're interested boom got the best deal made in hold the bucks hostage. Yeah. That's just not the way business is done anymore. The point last week. He said look Jimmy Butler was deciding when he wanted to play in when he didn't wanna play when he wanted to be dealt and they didn't find Jimmy Butler. Why are you finding the pelicans? If they decide that they don't wanna play Anthony Davis did point to the. But the one thing I was wondering is should the pelicans have some sort of recourse when a player who has signed the contract. You know, again, I'm fine with Anthony Davis telling them he wants out, but he did sign a contract to play for a certain amount of money, a large amounts of money. Should the pelicans have some sort of recourse when a player has put you in that position? Yeah, we're going to take some of that money back. Yeah. I don't think that's ever going to happen. But I mean, these are all good conversations. And I think that these conversations are taking place because it's become so public, and I that's what Adam silver was talking about. He wished a lot of this stuff was going to be behind closed doors. And I mean when did they come back up for collective bargaining agreement. Twenty.

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"kareem" Discussed on PTI

PTI

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"kareem" Discussed on PTI

"We don't want this guy in our circumstance. So I I don't know what that discussion was like, Tony I suspect we'll find out and one of the reasons that you would want him because he's young and he had twenty five touchdowns in twenty seven games. And because the GM of Cleveland now John Dorsey was the GM at Kansas City and drafted and then so I've been thinking about this. I think that Baker Mayfield bought a lot of goodwill to Cleveland this year. I think that they went from being a laughing stock team almost overnight to being a pretty good team. They make Freddie kitchens their coach because of his relationship with Mayfield. And you get the sense that Cleveland is in better shape. I don't know how far this pushes them back because this is a tough sell. Well for any city. I've always thought that Ray rice, especially the way he acted after all of it that he deserved a second night hits. But he did not maybe talking about a laws Moses something, I know. But maybe this maybe this is that moment to give this particular guys second second zero tolerance from here on I understand. We don't know how long to suspend. No don't know. Don't know this. You know, don't have more questions right now that we have answers to even though he has been do believing can chances I believe in second chances. But if your shows. Time they're going to be a level of contrition going into that second chance that convinces not just the community you're in but the community as large that you've earned were worthy of it. They've released things that sound down that before we had the Kareem hunt news. We thought the biggest story the day was Kyle Murray had chosen football over baseball Murray wrote on Twitter quote moving forward. I am firmly in fully committing my life and time to becoming NFL quarterback football has been my love. And my passion my entire life, unquote. So Maury will give back one point two nine million of the one point five million dollar bonus. Oakland gave him to play the outfield. We'll on Murray figures to be a first round draft pick is he making the right decision. The right decision. Whether it's right or not has nothing to do with what round he goes where he's drafted. Well, what city he goes this kid is I hope and to me it's evidence of him taking his time and understanding that I better do what I want to do to do what I love. To do. Because both these things professional sports are not college. This is work. Yeah. This is stressful. This is professional in. It's a livelihood. And the thing I want to do now is what I love most. I hope that Tony is the only decision here because it's matters. I mean, I think I agree with you that if this is what is in his heart than this is what he should do. Although we both know that the odds of getting hurt a career ending injury. In one sport is far far me on this. What we don't know in baseball. You have to start in the minors. Yeah. Don't know if he'll ever get outs. Right. Don't know how good obe- football. You'll start the minors you go right up to the big club. And if you're a first round pick, and I suspect he will be a first round pick the money involved is far greater than the almost five million dollars. Sure. It was the bonus show Oakland, Utah contends. Yuck. And maybe forty million dollars now somewhere in that neighborhood. Pretty good neighborhood. Yeah. Did I hear this morning that milk hyper hasn't going thirteenth?.

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