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"kevin locke" Discussed on Feedback with EarBuds

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07:55 min | 5 months ago

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"This week's theme is for your reconsideration. The curator is Donde from luminary. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Yolanda. Monday's episode comes from metaphysical milkshake and is called. Can you honor indigenous faiths without being a jerk. It's thirty four minutes long in this episode. rainn Wilson Resin Ostlund have one question. How do we honor and embrace embrace indigenous faiths without becoming like Kevin Costner? How can we become more than dilettantes? With dream catchers Kevin Locke is an artist Hoop dancer musician musician. Educator and cultural ambassador for his Lakota an Amish on Beirut's he joined the pod to share what we can do to better understand our indigenous faith traditions and how out to see our spiritual heritage in all the land around us. Join the conversation using Hashtag. Metaphysical an email your thoughts to metaphysical milkshake at soul pancake. GEICO DOT COM. Tuesday's episode comes from on second thought with Trevor Noah and is called prison break. It's forty four minutes long in this episode. Trevor and David David discussed their ideas for improving. Prison then talk about alternatives to incarceration Danielle Sarid founder of common justice. Wednesday's episode comes from from under the skin with Russell brand and his called science capitalism. And God with Neil degrasse Tyson. It's one hundred twenty one minutes long. Here's the description. This week's guest on under the skin is the infamous astrophysicist Neil degrasse Tyson. He's pretty amazing. He was promoting his book letters from an astrophysicist but he was much more than and being a focused and dedicated educator I enjoyed talking to him. Thursday's episode comes from here to slay with Roxane gay and Tracy McMillan Cottam him and his called all. Your faves are problematic. It's fifty three minutes long this week on the show Tracy and Roxanne take on the Popeye's chicken sandwich and all of its glory as well as the problematic takes that have come along with it. Friday's episode comes from the seaward with Lena Dunham and Alison Bennett and is called Lady Rosemary. Aber door it's fifty three minutes long in this episode Rosemary. Obrador seemed to most like a shy awkward wallflower but underneath drab exterior lurked an appetite for Jules parties parties and larceny born into an unassuming middle-class English home rosemary secretly stole thousands of pounds to fund her glamorous identity as titled Aristocracy. That's Lady Lady Aberdeen to you. Lena analyst Cover Rosemary's wild parties outrageous schemes her ultimate downfall and discuss what it's like to feel unseen and unappreciated those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Yolanda for this week's theme for your reconsideration as we mentioned up top luminary is a subscription based podcast service. They have a dedicated podcast listening APP and are creating content that is exclusively available on that platform. Because of this when they launched about a year ago they got some negative press while we were excited for luminary to curate. A list for us. We wanted to make sure that this paywall would not affect our listeners. That's why luminary is offering a code that what makes it so that you can download the APP for free for one month trial. Here's the Info head to hear luminary dot com and use the code ear buds at checkout. That's Code Earbud at checkout okay. Hi Jumping back in here to tell you the right way to download luminary free for one month instead of doing what I just said in the nice sounding well edited version. Now listen to my not so great audio voice and go to luminary dot link slash ear buds. And that way you'll get a free trial for one month again. That's luminary dot link slash ear buds for one month free trial of luminary. And if you're wondering why I didn't just cut out the part of this episode. That's wrong it's because as you can tell. I'm not an audio engineer and I was a little worried to get funky with the editing so I figure adding stuff in his good but taking stuff out is a little nerve wracking okay enjoy. Enjoy the rest of the show. You can download the luminary APP on the APP store or Google play. This means that you'll have access to all of the podcast recommendations that we mentioned for this week and and more they've got hours and hours of exclusive content. Check it out and let us know what you think next. 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"For Your Reconsideration" Week

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02:40 min | 5 months ago

"For Your Reconsideration" Week

"This week's theme is for your reconsideration. The curator is Donde from luminary. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Yolanda. Monday's episode comes from metaphysical milkshake and is called. Can you honor indigenous faiths without being a jerk. It's thirty four minutes long in this episode. rainn Wilson Resin Ostlund have one question. How do we honor and embrace embrace indigenous faiths without becoming like Kevin Costner? How can we become more than dilettantes? With dream catchers Kevin Locke is an artist Hoop dancer musician musician. Educator and cultural ambassador for his Lakota an Amish on Beirut's he joined the pod to share what we can do to better understand our indigenous faith traditions and how out to see our spiritual heritage in all the land around us. Join the conversation using Hashtag. Metaphysical an email your thoughts to metaphysical milkshake at soul pancake. GEICO DOT COM. Tuesday's episode comes from on second thought with Trevor Noah and is called prison break. It's forty four minutes long in this episode. Trevor and David David discussed their ideas for improving. Prison then talk about alternatives to incarceration Danielle Sarid founder of common justice. Wednesday's episode comes from from under the skin with Russell brand and his called science capitalism. And God with Neil degrasse Tyson. It's one hundred twenty one minutes long. Here's the description. This week's guest on under the skin is the infamous astrophysicist Neil degrasse Tyson. He's pretty amazing. He was promoting his book letters from an astrophysicist but he was much more than and being a focused and dedicated educator I enjoyed talking to him. Thursday's episode comes from here to slay with Roxane gay and Tracy McMillan Cottam him and his called all. Your faves are problematic. It's fifty three minutes long this week on the show Tracy and Roxanne take on the Popeye's chicken sandwich and all of its glory as well as the problematic takes that have come along with it. Friday's episode comes from the seaward with Lena Dunham and Alison Bennett and is called Lady Rosemary. Aber door it's fifty three minutes long in this episode Rosemary. Obrador seemed to most like a shy awkward wallflower but underneath drab exterior lurked an appetite for Jules parties parties and larceny born into an unassuming middle-class English home rosemary secretly stole thousands of pounds to fund her glamorous identity as titled Aristocracy. That's Lady Lady Aberdeen to you. Lena analyst Cover Rosemary's wild parties outrageous schemes her ultimate downfall and discuss what it's like to feel unseen and unappreciated those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Yolanda for this week's theme for your reconsideration

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"kevin locke" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

08:26 min | 10 months ago

"kevin locke" Discussed on KFC Radio

"Heaven Heaven. You're just ridiculously stupid. You're welcome welcome. Welcome in welcome uh-huh what's up everybody it is c see CK. It's a Tuesday Kevin is busy right now. We're not publicly case on though to take on that is I don't know how uh he's dealing with Kevin's at lunch Kevin so to me and fights invited Marty to come in here. He's not here. I don't know where he is. I don't know where jared it's just one of those days. It's one of those days fights that you know we're just GonNa have to sit and you're gonNA have to be forced to talk to me or you paid for it so I'm good yeah you're you are getting paid at this Kerman that is how is it was good. It was about an hour long ended at noon. Gas was the moderator and every time I was on people that they're like Oh God. He's really GonNa make it tough now. Now I was getting pulled today. I wasn't getting GAZ. I was getting Paul. Protect the company Paul. I was good so you're really admitting your your your Ama was a farce. No I'm saying that he wasn't going to Gaz me like he wasn't GonNa purposely. Let questions through where I would be like. He wasn't trying to stir the pot. I guess like what we'll be a question that that he wouldn't let through so I can ask you like if I would sleep with anybody at partial juicy and we're not even we're not doing this. Although I did get the question of would you date anybody at Barcelona our sold that one was fun. The only one that he threw that was very gazza-like was who knows more about football. You are lists and I looked at it. I I guess I mean come on like what are you doing answer i. I said that I don't know that answer. Turn on your microphone. I said I don't know that answer because we've never had a head to head. I said I would say I probably know more about college. I know she's probably more about NFL but that if I was in diplomatic I know I said well. What if you let me finish? I also said nobody would ever sit down and be like hey who knows more about football. PF tea or big cattles gets just because it's two girls feminism rather the sexist. No you wouldn't ask a guy this question why you asking a girl I actually I mean yeah. I said if I had to if I I mean I'm in my own brain. I know what I know. I would say it was me so I did actually answer it okay. It's just very gaz like of him to do that more about football than Liz Smith that's that's that's not get that nickname trend in like asked has to be there like what's your like the dumbest thing you've done it ourselves. I got shit. I've done a lot of dumb things I was probably when I ran on radio and screamed at lives for no reason so that one wasn't good. That's a lot of questions about the two of you like. How close friends are I say us? Did you guys list you definitely were. I said that like despite way street I was the fuck you fight closer with people. You're you're a work acquaintance. I see Oh yeah that's true so I actually I was selling Mardi. People are probably like their bubbles being bursts because I said despite popular belief like I've really not spent a lot of time outside of work with Marty other than when we went to Orlando like we've never got out together. We work yeah. That's what I'm saying so it will. It went very well a lot of interest. I just want to ferry prototypical. It's actually Kinda Fun. I think there's a fear regarding them but I did. I guess yes Kevin than me and Yell Kevin Locke Questions I don't. I don't really don't have anything you can trust me about. That doesn't about me and you were pretty much open been about every little thing about her. Life and Kevin is to just Kevin had a lot more personal scandal or yeah yeah. I'd actually be interested. I I mean obviously there moderated their moderated twice because like you've got Gaz moderated the questions and then they're sent to the control room and then they actually put them up on the screen for you to read. It actually be interesting if they if the when we did these. Ama's if we just got all the questions like right off the top. It'd probably be a whole lot harder to do but at the same time I think it would have been the same for me. I know L. I don't throw a questions like Milton days. I feel like yeah 'cause that's the tour side of the boy stuff they all right. I'm not very interesting. I was my tagline. I I'm very interesting yeah but again not to do the feminism thing but people don't really care like who you would sleep with in the office list. I'll give you list. I don't think you can. I don't know if anybody is pretty problematic. Five Tuesday smash alien here if you want peace I hope that quote hits the Internet's Internet's so bad piece you said find me on a lonely Tuesday house smash lady in here what this piece of you WanNa be yeah yeah well. My throat hurts really bad so that's not great to be honest with you but whenever Marnie House gamblers sentenced to say after that earlier too and I was like you should probably stop saying no you need you want people. What are you fucking dumb? Are you kidding me. What are you thinking when you say that? Did I might have strep. No no that's it. You say I have a sore throat. My throat hurts so fucking here. This is exactly whatever no it's not. I got a sore throats. Describe this kind of thing. My throat hurts no. It's my head hurts. My throat hurts different things way up in the rat on your head..

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"kevin locke" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

08:56 min | 1 year ago

"kevin locke" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"Toll free number yet. Your share of sports talk. If you wanna know about I'm going to give you this story only to emphasize how. Dom fortune figures into all this. A guy named Bob Wessler became president of CBS in the seventies. And sooner or later, you know, all presidents get fired. And so he got fired. And he landed a great job. Ted Turner was just beginning with all of his networks in Atlanta. And he needed a pro and the hired Bob Wessler and Bob Wessler. Decided to bring in people and he brought in Kevin Locke Rita coach the basketball team. He brought in Joe Tori to manage the baseball team, and my best friend my best best best. He's passed away. Mike Faraday landed the job is general manager of WSB AM and FM sleeping giant that thousand watts clear channel. And so when enterprise went down fatty wanted me to come down and do a sports talk show. But I wasn't gonna go play by play. And so what sort of got involved, and he made Ted Turner, take me due to do basketball. You know, second man to skip carry, and that's why I went to Atlanta. And then I'm doing most of the hawk games, and and then next year skip just quit. The hawks just stay with the Braves he had a young kid. And and so I'm now doing the hawks and the Braves I leave my talk show it as be and I carry that up to the Yankees. Can you imagine very interesting? So let me give me a sense, though, of before we get to I guess we'll serve around third base here. It gets the Yankee story. But how so of the sports that you're doing and you're you're doing everything, right? It seems like you're doing doing talk and you're doing lead ins or doing play by play. I suspect you're doing a little even analogy. Depending on if you're running the show solo. I mean, you're kind of you're you're basically a Jack of when it comes to broadcasting games excetera. Is there any sport or team that you liked doing more than than others were like when did you? When did you know that baseball would be your sort of ultimate, you know, future capstone or or did you not care what game and what team? And what league you were sort of doing your thing? I don't know. I don't know. I wanted to do baseball. I had done a few games, but only a few. And when I got the Atlanta job the next year. Everyone said you're going to be doing the Braves, and I didn't count on until it happened. But it happened at eighty three. And. I'd always wanted to do baseball. I mean, that's quote, unquote, the big radio sport. And. So when I finally got it I was in seventh heaven, but if you say to me wish did you like better, I like them all don't have that problem. I really don't have that problem. You know in basketball, then it's different now in basketball, then you doing radio you were right next to the bench. I was part of the team Mike for cello. So great to me said he tell people John's like one of the staff because you're you're traveling together. You're you're you're sitting they get you could hear everything going on. You heard all the stuff going on this stuff? And now they take radio, and they put it up in the in the balcony, and they're not even part of the game. But then you very much part of it. So you know, you can't do everything. So I was doing when I got you Lanta, then I was doing baseball and basketball and. I've had I should knock on wood here. I've unusually good health. I haven't missed a game at thirty eight years. And in Atlanta, they were five years. I was doing about two hundred and twenty games a year between baseball basketball. Now, I've missed the game of the angst and the thirty years. So I've been very fortunate. But isn't like I like one of the other when you're doing a game you doing the game, you know, this year, they gave me a little tossed little rose my way, and and they I I did a a nets game on TV. And it was like I had done it. I hadn't stopped because that's part of me is inside of me. And. It was. At some point. I haven't done an island. I haven't done island game. But anyway, I'm just saying it was very easy for me. And and it was a lot of fun. And once the game begins boy, I do it. I may not like the packing on backing I may not like the Enke's. We don't getaway day games. So we get into cities at four in the morning. And and you're whipped in it screws up your system, but as far as the game is concerned. Once the game starts once. I start talking. I love it. And I have a partner. Susan Waldman who loves as much as I do just pours everything into it. And you know, we have a very nice wavering. Nice family with a Jack Maldonado, our producer engineer and Rick rouse. Who does all the backup for us? And so, you know, I'm very fortunate sport that you haven't done that you wish you might have wanted to to try or that you also think you could have done well, and especially given the seventies and the eighties, right? Which certainly the seventies was almost a well spring of challenger leagues. And and hell we don't seem to be any shortage of folks who want to create new sports or new leagues. But is there anything that you that eluded you that you might want it to have done or? Or tried or Bonello? I don't think so, you know, I I played basketball my life, and and then I ripped up on me. And I I really couldn't play anymore. Just didn't come back. And so then I went fulltime at a tennis. So I guess I could have broadcast tennis in some way. But that's not a really exciting play by play. I think I've chosen the right sports. I have no interest in boxing, no interest in golf, no interest in horse racing. So I couldn't have done those sports 'cause I didn't know them no interest in soccer. So believe I told Mike, okay? My buddy, Michael k on his center program that I've had as companions through my life. And I mean from the time I was you know, when you start remembering things seven eight, you know. I've had sports and music as companions and I'm involved with sports and music every single day of my life. So I'm you know, really extremely fortunate. You know, I have this ability. I focus on the things I like, and I totally ignore the things I don't like this. So so, you know, I've been able to combine my avocation and vocation and it's worked out. All right. So let's ask maybe one sort of foundational the sort of ending question here. Maybe you can maybe wax the style GIC or prophetic on it. Wh you know, you've obviously spent a a lifetime in in sports broadcasting and and in some of the most major and high profile purchase purchase out there. What is so how would you describe the profession today through that lens of forty plus years or so? Better worse things that you maybe wish hadn't changed, and maybe things that have changed for the better. I know it's kind of an open ended question. But you know, you've got a nice longitudinal viewpoint from some of the I quote, unquote, good old days to maybe even today's good old days. I really curious. I've mentioned that I mentioned it. And I hope I can. Put it into some kind of thought that people will latch onto in the seventies. And eighties. She I don't know. This has got to be very tough in the seventies. Sixties seventies.

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"kevin locke" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"kevin locke" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"The best of your ability love that love that mentally interns identity. Never internalized swallowed at your football player play football, man. Like, I see too many cats who in terms of trying to be committed to something they are fully involved and not thinking about anything else outside of that. In terms of Jaka democ pursuits in terms of your other interests, like it's. Means to an end so too many guys think that they are the ball. But when the ball stops Boston who are you? And as a sad drought for a lot of guys who don't realize that before they moment for college athletes is always saying us football. Don't let football us you. And so go get your degree in trying to get a good job. If you're professional athlete. I would say once you get about sixty to seventy percent into your career past the halfway point start trying to plan on something that you like said so that as soon as you're done, you can try to transition right into because we've been living our whole lives on itenerary here at this time be here at that time. And so when you you don't have anything to do you wake up whenever you want to transition is media as as you can immediately. But in kind of your point about the college athletes is hard for you been putting all this work in time and effort into this one game literally for me when I played the game. You know, my grade school school part was easy. Like, I wanna get my grades that wasn't nother. So my focus was football. So my career ended with a knee injury. And once I got hurt it was all right move on out and figure all life and for a young young men. That's very rare next up everybody at every school in America. And you notice think they're planning NFL when they're making it's an MBA. And so you have to be realistic and say, let me get this degree because the chances of me making it are slim in we don't think like that. Because we all think we're making one last thing that I tell young people in Dr. Now, you see me talk to the ball state football team. I say it all the time. If somehow you can avoid taking on lifelong responsibilities at twenty one twenty two twenty three you will be success opportunity will come knocking at your door. And what I mean by that is trying not to have a baby voice where avoid all of that got a great chance to be. I welcome back with locking Wiley. We're joined now by Seahawks Pro Bowl wide receiver. Tyler Lockett, the son of Kevin Locke who is in Atlanta for the Super Bowl. Tyler welcome to the show. And I was told you were watching our question of the day of from the previous segment about transitioning from an athlete into the rest of your career. And you have some thoughts. Yeah. Definitely. I thanks for allowing me to be on the show. Secondly. Yeah. At the hearing what you guys were talking about on question at a day. I let a kind of be able to say like a little bit of advice that I think would be able to work as world. Go ahead. Go here. Yeah. Why thing I like everything that you guys said, and I just wanna kinda say it a little different. I think the biggest thing is focus on plan A and live it out. But whenever you're still playing especially when you're in college prepare for plan b which is like what you guys said. But I wanna say like when you're a freshman in college put eighty percents of your plan AM put twenty percent to plan B..

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"kevin locke" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

12:46 min | 1 year ago

"kevin locke" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Four w I p. We have Allen than we have an open board. Folks. Anything you want the rest of the show, you tell me what you wanna talk about. Whatever point of view you have. We'll we'll bring it up if the NFL cares about spousal abuse. Or the NFL cares about his bottom line viewers. And this was to protect the brand protect the image. Roger Goodell suspending Ray rice for two games, and one of the public revolted, basically in and what preserved he said, you know, I say. Did I say too, I meant six. But the big thing here, the smoking gun is we've said many times before we said tonight more than once. Is what? I'll leave it up to you guys. Because this is so obvious. If you listen to the show, and you've listened for any party tonight. We've talked about it over and over again. But in this particular case this because I think in life, you have to look at each individual case for what it is not say, well, this is the Ray rice case is right. This what happened in the Kareem hunt case, what did he do? How was he provoked? He what did he do? What did he kick? How long did last how blah, blah, blah. You have to give him the benefit of the doubt and not necessarily in you answer. But but to take a look at the situation. Everybody deserves the benefit of having taken somebody take an honest look investigation. What what is the smoking gun in the Kareem hunt situation in the whole Kareem hunt. Thing which has been since February. Why did it come out? Now. Just for fun. I wanna see how long it takes until somebody gives me the smoking gun at what makes the Kareem hunt situation. Damning to Kareem hunt period. What made this situation damning to cream have takes more than one minute. I'm gonna lose faith in the human race. Seriously. It's because it's so obvious so blatantly obvious as to what makes. A he said she said story a scandal. Like this. It's one thing and one thing only. Alan Trenton on sports radio ninety four WIP. Hi, Al Paul, no, one of the things. I love about your show every once in a while you'll pro- out something fun like greatest you've ever seen or biggest upset you've ever witnessed. So I think tonight I haven't heard that yet we have a new nominee for worst coaching decision in history of football or any other decision. Please tell me what George is thinking. Worth and eleven from the fifty when they could just pin Alabama back. Playoff game from there. I say I'm gonna both agree disagree with you out. Because it's interesting. It's great that you made the comment. But I've said this a lot the last week about something totally different have nothing to do with this. But in my opinion, we we remember most what we saw last. Would you agree with that, basically? Yes. That was a horrible coaching. This is my Kirby smart, basically, twenty eight twenty eight and Georgia was ahead of Alabama twenty eight twenty eight Alabama tied the game without going to exactly how or when whatever. And now they had the ball with a minute left on the fifty yard line fourth and eleven they brought in their backup quarterback the freshman field to be the up back on the punt which obviously in Alabama noticed in practice for. And when they snapped the ball to field they snuffed upon his fourth and eleven anyway, what that was a horrendous decision hundred percent agree. But when you say it was the worst decision in the history of sports. I'm not going to go with that. There've been so many decisions that were. Are so horrible. But since you saw that one last that becomes the worst you've ever seen. You know, that's not one of the worst hundred you've ever seen. But it was horrible. And your Roger sent more just to bring it to talk about. I think it was terrible. No question about it. Nothing lever. I don't Pete Carroll in that decision. I think that one that might that might be the word. Something has to be. What part of a message does that send to your your? I have no at the medicine. No. The message says the defense I have all the confidence you can stop them because you know, darn well that barring a miracle, you're not gonna make that. And you give him the ball. Jalen hurts to the fifty yard line with a minute left. I think it sends a good message the defense. But that's not a message that I want to send I obviously I'm tongue in cheek. But it was a horrible decision. They lost the game. They deserved to lose a game last year to came in at time for Jalen hurts and lead them to victory. This year to got hurt gentle her the victory. The moral of the story is it's hard to beat Nick Sabin in a big game. But you may cover the spread was Georgia. Dan, we won money off it. So that's cool. I just made going on the Markelle salted and Tommy if you think I'm right here because I think I'm right. The doctors wanna find out with Markelle wrong with Markelle souls. I think they need to look about not out his shoulders, but about six inches above everybody realized that that there's an obvious mental component to this list. I'm not a fan, and I continue to make that obvious time after time when I talk about it. But I will say this out if Mark how faults who's a nice kid has real metal problem, depression, or whatever I'm not a psychiatrist and not Dr Phil I can't tell you what why don't even talking about. But if he has a real problem they need to address that and get improper help and we need to look at this situation seriously. And then treat him as an injured human being who needs to get better. But if he's just has I don't want to be benched for a half. I'll make up an injury to make it look like sums wrong because I'm the number one picking up playing like it. That's another story if he has a problem try to help him if not then then then then all hell breaks loose as far as I'm concerned inmates. Don't run the asylum when I own a team and agents don't run the asylum, and he's going to take the worst of it from here on out period. In a situation like this. If that's the case does it benefit the player to keep it under wraps or. I mean, I guess it depends on the individuals to bring it out in the open in that way. Like flat out question. I always out to me you look at. I look at every situation in life individually. I don't ever say does it benefit the player because every situation in which there's a player on the team is a different situation. How does the team react? How does it play? React has public taking to what's happened in this situation every situation is its own little entity. And in this case. Folks had that scapula thing last year. It just seems like the dog ate my homework with this one just keep playing you got benched for teasing McConnell for a half. I think if you can see in the future if you Mark false things aren't gonna wind up. Good. If you keep playing, maybe something turns round, maybe you tell the coach, hey, I'm hurting a little bit trying to keep my minutes down. I don't know how that would work. But I think. The latter. The not making it public would worked better and the agent and the whole situation or making the situation worse. Back to my original point. Which is now we can get into the worst number one. It's three of the NBA this might be in that category there with the Greg Oden. Well, I wouldn't say the Greg Oden was the worst by any means. I think there's one that's clearly worse. I think there's two that are clearly worse. But again, they weren't yesterday. So you don't remember them? I'll give you three that are clearly worse. I mean, Greg Oden was bad. Markelle full may wind up being the worst. But you ever heard of a little more Larue Martin, Michael all or Kwami Brown. Kwami brownie? He was right out of high school to one and who made that pick. Now that was you've heard of them put it that way. I would wasn't that. Wasn't that a Washington fix? That's correct. And who is pulling the strings from Washington at that time. The well known executive. He was better known as a player that might be the most obvious statement for making my life about anything better known as a player was pulling the strings for the wizards and made a draft pick this showed why he was a great player inadequate executive. On the wizards criminal seven lock. More one on the Kevin Locke. The guy's name was Michael Jordan. Ever heard of. Forty five. That's right. That's right. I appreciate the call. There's been a lot of bad number. One picks fulls is young. He's twenty years old. Who knows what the salad with the sack is going to be the rest of his career. Will they ever play will ever be healthy will ever know his healthy with the mental stuff ever? Subside will ever play with a team where it fits were his view and his reality is a team view on the teams, really. I have no idea. Well, everybody to the Sixers. I have no idea. But I do know that what makes the Kareem hunt situation. Nobody timed in about this, which is beyond stunning to me. The one thing that makes this situation and all situations scandalous in this this world is video. If you don't have video million situations happen every day. Every day were. So so got no fighter to bar. So and so got the fight with a cop over a now there's video and every police car in the world, but you know. Whatever the situation is a fight in a bar fight in the middle of nowhere, a situation with Email or whatever with who knows what happened both ways he said, she said he said, he said, the public takes a point of view because league is concerned with protecting the brand they're going to look at how to protect the brand. Is it a crime were they arrested, but when video gets introduced in the equation that changes everything video changed the entire world. With a Ray rice thing people wondering what this was in the video came out people see women getting knocked out and all of a sudden the rat. The public fury comes down and Ray rice. The video of this. There was no video of the Reuben foster thing you notice that two of the things to the same thing happened this week sort of spousal abuse. That's far away from being the same thing. As I said, every situation is different. Nobody had video Reuben foster or numerous other arrests. So he's a guy that you look good football player and apparently did something bad. But the other guy Kareem hunt, you're seeing do this. You're seeing and put his hands on a woman. You're seeing him kick a woman you see the whole melee unfold in a hotel. Whatever you consider it as video changes, everything and the way video is in the world today. Focuses cameras all over the place downtown almost every major downtown in the world is cameras on every street corner. There's cameras in every hotel for security to know, what happened in the room in this litigious society. Everybody has cameras everywhere in their own house. This isn't going to be he said, she said anymore almost whatever happens in this world. We're gonna have a picture of it or film of it or video of it. And that turns the public against people. Period. If you want the eagles to claim Kareem hunt. Listen, someday Kareem hunt going to get a second chance. If he goes on the straight now everybody knows tremendous player. But again, everybody knows a playing in the NFL is not a right. I heard a guy say this week. It's my rights a players right to play in the NFL. No. It's not. The Bill of rights if you wanna get purely constitutional about it, which is how you have to be poodles gonna call it a right right is something you guaranteed by citizenship by being born you have the right to vote. You have the right to blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. You know, what the rights aren't of the Bill of rights? You don't have the right to play professional football. You have the privilege supply professional football. If somebody else teams, you worthy aid you choose to do. So and there's a meeting of the minds, and you healthy, blah, blah, blah, blah. You don't have that. Right. You never will. All right. Take one more break come back. If you have something to talk about we'll talk about it. If not I'll go over a few things that I've been saving on this Saturday night wide open lines. If you wanna make a contribution whatever that is to talk about cream on Tuchman anything you want eagles they're going to win Monday night or six point favorites..

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"kevin locke" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"kevin locke" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Sunday current temperatures doctor right now in downtown Baltimore. We have forty four degrees and in Churchill thirty eight degrees coming up all in the news at six this morning. Tens of thousands show up on first day of early voting. Looking on the bright side of things the Virga time to be a fan of the Cleveland Cavaliers, especially if you wanna go see the game per cheap since LeBron James left for the bright lights of Los Angeles. Guess how much tickets have been selling for twenty five? That's a great guest. There have been selling for as little as two bucks. Two dollars bucks. You could go see a Cleveland Cavaliers game suggesting they're not all selling that. Well, but apparently, according to Bleacher report, the Cavs home games are better attended than the Lakers games. Lebron finally want game. I think with with the Lakers yesterday. Average audience at nineteen thousand in Cleveland compared to eighteen thousand in Los Angeles about five hundred and bring your own beer. Now. Exactly. Some are calling him the Cleveland cadavers and after the nice LeBron exit, but they are putting more fannies in the seats. So again, and by the way, I think the Lakers started off. Oh and three before they finally won a game. But I can't tell you the last time I was in an NBA game. Well, I could tell you it was back probably ten twelve years ago. I took my sons to see a wizards playoff game against the Cleveland. Cavaliers. With LeBron James. But that's the last time. I have set foot at an NBA game. I think the last time I saw an NBA game in person was back when we had the Baltimore bullets, and I used to go just about to every home game back when the Chicago zappers I came to Baltimore Walt Bellamy and guys like that replaying at the time and then later on we had earlier parole. Mario Gus Johnson. Kevin Locke every. Jack marin. I thought that's going back a long long time, by the way. Did you see that the the ratings for the World Series, the first two games one of the worst in history? They're now saying that baseball is in decline officially and you got two big markets. You got Boston and allies you can't complain about the market size. But it's just right now that baseball's having a tough time exciting people the tune in and watch the game. I it's it's crazy. I mean years ago. It was a combination of day games and evening games and the evening games, usually on the weekends and the day games during the week. And a lot of people would take off the even got their kids out of school to see the World Series of the playoff games. Or what have you the day? All of these games are starting at eight oh nine PM, or in some cases, if they're on the west coast to see it could be even later I haven't seen one full game yet from as far as the playoffs or the World Series is concerned. And and a lot of it has to do with the timing and it takes three to four hours to watch a game. And, you know, people got to get up for work and so on and so forth. So they gotta do something fast because they are in pretty serious decline. Have you watched the whole World Series game yet Chuck? Yeah. I say we get up so early. We can't the, you know, the weeknight games are really tough to get. But first pitch is eight eight ten or something like tonight is game three in Los Angeles. It's a Friday night. So we'll see if the ratings improve on Friday night versus the other weeknights there. Privacy. So I forty eight by the way John's Hopkins there was a petition started by this professor socio, professor of English. His name is drew Daniel. He is the program for study of women gender and sexuality. He started. This petition for the Hopkins University to cut ties and cut several contracts with ice, and there are two thousand signatures on this petition but Hopkins president Ronald Daniels and the provost both responded to the petition saying that those who signed it would be wrong to insist that these contracts be terminated. And this. Apparently the line which is the petition urging Hopkins to cut ties relies given the extent and extremity of ISIS cruel practices. Yeah. You know, like enforcing federal immigration laws that in and of itself is is cruel but Hopkins student who asked to remain anonymous told the campus reform the j you JJ was right in not severing ties with ice and quote. They did the right thing by maintaining relations with ice. Ironically, those students who are here illegally may benefit from this. Because these contracts provide funding to Hopkins. What's he talking about? Well, apparently the school has a couple of scholarships. That the feds fund or programs of the feds fund, which may benefit illegals and illegals again that is something to do with the fellows program, and as a some kind of Hopkins ice management cohort program that they have. So they could see the pressure being brought to bear on Hopkins now to cut ties allies, whatever the case may be I've got a shock number one. But Hopkins has any kind of relationship with the federal government and ice that kind of was a little bit of a news shocker to me. And Secondly that they would especially being as left wing as they are. They would continue with that. But of course, you know, federal money has a lot of attraction five fifty four the hour of six o'clock..

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"kevin locke" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"kevin locke" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"I'm still feeling sick or if I'm just feeling like disgusted from that nasty ass pink bubblegum flavored shit. Well, that's better to feel than to feel sick. Your symptoms sounded like what I used to get all the time, which was like anxiety stomach. So it's like, you don't have to go to the bathroom, but like it feels like the insides of your stomach wall are like inflamed. Jess, like I don't feel like I have to go to the bathroom at all. And luckily for you, I have a bag that I used to wear a years ago on me, so I had to Lito crushed up business at the bottom. I was so happy like it was gonna snort it by those. Like that's how excited I was. I think you're going to start to feel a lot better soon. That's the goal because we have such a busy day. I mean, Kevin out shooter here, which is the came straight from the plane, which is just like so nice and such Shetty kitchen so that we can make this work with my creates tour schedule. I'm really excited. I bet she's even more beautiful in person both of them. We have so many good questions for them from you guys have so many personal questions and it's going to be so great. I'm so excited. To talk to them. This is a long time coming. I move my jury duty for this could have been at the courthouse today. When you put your civil servitude on hold America can wait Kevin, the nastier. It can't boat vote, lock wed, twenty eighteen. Yeah, block went. That says, doesn't sound like. Commute her name Kevin, Locke much better. Yeah, anyways, it's ten of three on October. Third. Oh, they were started. Early thinks goes for being accommodated into every I'm too. We're third. Ooh, spooky I always get frequency the time. It's like seven, ten o'clock three, ten, three tesla. Three is a Tober ten three. I for seven ten the time because that's my birthday. Can your birthday do that? Those six. Yeah. Yes, it's coming up. It's sneaking up on you guys. Thirty three days away. Thirty four Hewlett spoken about a yet if you like your like becoming more far out. I don't know where I'm at. Like I don't know what my birthday by this. I don't even know what I wanna do. I don't even really know what I want other than obviously like Gucci bag and diamond earrings. I really don't know what I want guy see too, but it is. It's like when you're also getting married at some point, it's like you feel stupid. Having like so many celebrations. Do you know what I mean? Like I had my birthday in July a bachelor party in June bridal shower and wedding, September. It was like four months where I'm like, all right. This is stupid. Like I don't even want to be celebrated anymore. Right. I'm ready feeling that way about my bachelorette party, which is. In two weeks, like new, it's going to be so fun, but I just I'm not in like bride mode at all. But once you get there and put on the shirt that says bride, like you'll have to embrace ordered a little booty veil from last night except then the creator of what color do you want the writing. I was just. Choose? Yeah, they all look who's they'll look fine to me. Now I have jobs now I'm Steve Jobs, but that'll be a nice reprieve yet said to go to the HAMAs also the birthday vibe is hard to call when like you don't drink anymore. So, but when you're a grandma, what is the vibe, granny, vibes. What a grandma's do on the big time to have would be lovely be so buddy. Am I go to the country club and go golf, lovely Mahjong. Glad you can teach dinner five o'clock, Betty, it is a dream a dream anyways, Lascaux of the week together to be got count. We have some pretty good stories for you guys. Oh, I just wanted to give a personal life update because I know that I spoke yesterday about a pine to business school and people might have thought I was kidding, and I didn't know if I was kidding or not. But then coincidentally, Sam face times me and my friend who goes to Kellogg who got into Wharton, Kellogg was just more her personality, and she was just coincidence..

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"kevin locke" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"kevin locke" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Pretty brent brown setting up they're gone okay this is what i think happened he said well we give the gift from villanova we can get the care for villanova he's a good fit and somebody this what i think you this we right i think somebody was here well look if we trade him and get this other kid which i don't even know where that kid it's it with everything and we get these two draft picks we and and you know what that is a fact let me tell you something that's a fact because i just looked on nba tv right they said the sixers or in the top three teams daqing get labron or you could sign lebron is a free agent it doesn't even matter what the pig is the sixers had the most asset draft picks they have to trade for that would be one way to get lebron here but weaver good stuff let's go to vince in south philly with avenue events hey steve warning steve is a longtime fan i'm going back to the nine and seventy three disaster from early seven locker is coach oh my god steve nicol and that far back roy rubin than kevin locke god they hired a coach from l i u of all places you know possibly go wrong anyway see you know what the thing is and you put it perfectly i i mean look i don't i mean obviously you know the story line you know kinda went roller open for the local kid and stuff but to me i just like the idea of the fact that they're finally i just thought here it's a chance to finally get somebody who could play now.

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