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Max Has NO FEAR FOR THE DEER + Nick Nurse ‘Coaching Clinic’
"That's not a bad shot wasn't a bad shopping to see not it was a bad shot. But how did they beat Philly? Was that a good shot? Just tell me that was was that a Nick nerve-wracking. This is the best coach you can do we need to Coalinga. Is that the best player you go? Okay. So this is what is what I wanted to hear from you mind me getting that. I mean running off the corner going all the way following the way from the three-point line that that was the way you designed. This is where I'm getting that thing. Okay. So then let's talk about that. Then ignorant didn't have a play lined up in that situation or at least we maybe didn't have the the player. Maybe maybe that's it. In my opinion. He said, you know what they figure things out up to this point. I'm going to let them just keep going cuz I have nothing and that's a problem that's off. Can't be that kind of Coach into play. I believe in this situation that Brad Stevens to me and although Nick nurse is the coach of the year. I like Brad Stevens home is a knows better now like next Nur Nick nurses X's and O's I think he is. I think he gets guys in places. They need to be and it has really worked out well for so so I don't I don't necessarily think that yeah, you want some people that call timeout. Okay, you can call timeout but now you give the other team opportunity to self esteem. So if I promise up until you come down to your file before guy gets into the act of shooting Mean there are a bunch of things. You can talk about that. You can't talk about on the flyer. So that's a good point because you if you're Brad Stevens, I'm telling my guys to foul. They needed three follow. Yeah, but they they going to do that. They did not going to do that because they didn't have that opportunity to think about it. They just play what time on the situation you have more time to think about. Absolutely so that maybe it's why Nick nurse doesn't call a time-out init work off. All you were trying to do is get a decent. Look at it three point shot got a decent Loop. Don't miss don't miss out on this one. It's your chance. You know, Cedric Maxwell says go down absolutely had to betonline.ag today and take advantage of all the great signup bonuses betonline.ag your online sportsbooks experts and it now I don't know man. just feel like when it comes down like you say like when it comes out and accessing those late-game situations, I'm taking Brad Stevens over over Nick nurse all day them, but when Nick nurse but some guy told me later on or off. Yeah, some guy told me the other day on the radio from Toronto said Nick nurses by the arrestee was a give him a clinic in coaching. Okay. Oh, I thought that goes but this is my thing with him. This beef with Nick you you played out that situation, right? It didn't pan out obviously depend on welfare. But you know, you played that card whatever it is what it is right off of 20 minutes later. So it was a microphone in your face and you're gonna complain about oh Jason Tatum got their free throw line too many times all the favors. I mean, excuse me, all the referees gave him that one come on and while you're trying to put up there and you're trying to put something in somebody's you're trying to put some because if it's not working you're down to well, you're trying to put your grabbing it whatever you can grab that actually the course of the year. You're trying that your job. Well, you're grabbing it what you can grab it. See I can really hasn't been that guy you know that said, oh my God, there's no way to stop. I'll come David Jaylen Brown has done a nice job. I'm just I sewing being one off. Woman with G acha you gotta yeah, and they haven't really had to double-team. That's true. So, you know what Jaylen brown hair but his defense has been underrated. How about the time that Jaylen Brown? I mean you're talking about quickness thought he ripped off calorie calories was dribbling and it was like stripping. Well, yeah look like look like brown was in The Matrix the way he went across and grabbed the basketball game. Carolina was sent he was going back the other way know when the ball on the floor you you ain't got it no more. I looked at him. Where did it go with so long? I mean, it's been it's been eye-opening to see some of the some of the situations and even now down that bubble people talk about or you know, what's going on with Milwaukee Milwaukee is trademark what they do. They give up three's what does what does Miami like to do? Oh you take the reason you're walking Milwaukee is given that more FAQ. To anybody else. So Miami's Forte there strip is shoot the three. Yeah. So if you ever team does knocking down threes in a regular area off and you you're struggling right now with, you know, Yiannis and Middleton and you know, they play great against the Celtics but they've had a you know, Jonas has been if they use the series honest is going to be exposed again time to time MVP. I agree with that. Well, the biggest reason why I agree with that is because you you got a 27-point performance out of Chris Middleton office and you couldn't make that a win like that's a big. Well somebody else involved in this. Well, that's what I'm saying. You know his Lopez involved. Where is Lopez build out. 1 game? Okay lower game loading again if off on your scores Seventeen eighteen, you're in trouble. Well, we're we're and that's the thing about picking up your teammates like somebody who's like Kimba. Okay. Kimball didn't was barely scored and Marcus fairly score. Yep. You had somebody else that kind of shoulder the load until those guys got it together and you look at blood. So what's blessed done during the series always been a little banged up. So I don't I don't trust them this man. This is obviously I've never been like like that's always in my thing Milwaukee. Yiannis is going to be honest, but I don't trust your boys like your squad is shaky Milton will give you those 30.93 here and there but need to make sure those are wins you can give those up Jerry has travels big man. I really like Miami and new series. I just like their Focus right now, too. Yeah. I totally agree. I think again to see to me, it's Jimmy Butler Factor. Yeah, because they those dudes right now bam alabado guys, like they're they're taking on that same Persona is Jimmy Butler like, you know jumping off. Yeah. I mean Jimmy brother man. I mean he said about when you asked about guests and family come into the bubble was you said he I'm not bringing anybody man. This is a business trip. Wow. While I said liked that I've always been among. I
Reparations In New Zealand
"We start recording okay. Still it Mavis. Mullins started her career in in sheep bond in New Zealand. Her job was degrade the quality of wool. I loved it and war was such a beautiful natural fiber. It's actually a protein. Mavis is now one of New Zealand's most powerful will magnates. Her company handles a million sheep a year. Yeah Mavis is involved with all kinds of boards and trusts and a big part of her life. Is Hotel Rooms. Taxi CABS FREQUENT FLYER LOUNGES. Although initially she was a bit shy about that. Frequent Flyer status. I don't want to expose myself. Actually you saw. Of course there's nothing hidden. I am an elite gold club member and proud of it and I just want to point out that you can hear and Mavis this fundamental paradox of being New Zealander like myself. It's basically into us that we never spice to Brag but we're also meant to always tell it like it is and I find that really hard myself may mullins on the other. Hand is unusually deft. This she has this disarming honesty that let's just cut to the chase about anything and you you will like her even more. It has made her a great negotiator. Her friends know this about her her business associates and apparently her cousin because one day Mavis was on a trip to New Zealand's capital city. Which you just happened to run into this cousin. Eliza in Wellington we passed in the street and he said to me stop. Anita have coffee with your cousin wasn't just grabs you and pulls you into a coffee shop. Yeah that's how it started. Mavis knew it was about to come and to some degree had been actively avoiding very conversation. May this is Maree an indigenous New Zealander and she knew that her tribe was scheduled to sit down with the government for one of the most important negotiations in. Its history and negotiation for reparations. The more accurate word for tribe in New Zealand is e we May Miss E. We have been working towards this reparations movement for decades and at this surprise coffee meeting may cousin essentially was saying we need you Mavis. We need you to drop some of that jet set business life and come help the tribe come help. The every politics isn't always very pleasant. I'd rather be in business with the lines are pretty well drawn. So it's it's just a whole different ballgame. Did you say I'll think about it? I said I'll talk to you later. Wise Move Below. Welcome to planet money. I'm Kenny Malone and I'm Daria Moods the story of Zealand is unfortunately familiar. The country had an indigenous population was colonized by Europeans. And by the Nineteen Seventies Baldy had lost ownership of ninety seven percent of their land often through deception and sometimes violence but over the last thirty five years the New Zealand. Government has spent billions of dollars to build a system to address those unthinkable. Wrong and to try and actually pay for them today on the show we head to New Zealand to see how it works and to hear what it's like to put a price on history. We ask Mavis mullets. Because of course he agreed to help her cousin negotiate. Rangan said put on. Just hurry up. It's just get on with the support for NPR in the following message. Come from Hiscox. The business insurance experts who Taylor intelligent insurance solutions to fit each businesses very specific needs which may explain their ninety seven percents customer service rating. Get a quote or purchase a policy at Hiscox DOT COM Hiscox. Encourage courage money has a newsletter. We keep you up to date with stories about Federal Reserve decisions the Housing Market Opium Scooters. It's just the right amount of economics. Weekly go to NPR DOT Org Slash Planet money newsletter in New Zealand. There are two main islands. They stretch about a thousand miles in total. And if you kind of zoom in on the bottom part of the North Island you'll land here on a small mountain that Mavis mullins knows as Puka almost like an inland island dedicated to the boot song. The name polka comes from a model where that means flock of hawks all Windy Mountain. This is where Mavis is travis from her e we we see People Mountain People. We were people of the forest. That was a food basket. Prediction Castle Moat Play. Grand was Kim was there chemists. She says it was their pharmacists. Mauri the indigenous people of New Zealand were way ahead of Walgreens. They were using leaves and seeds that now show up and Commercial Pharmaceuticals. Mavis remembers being sick as a little kid. Her Grandma was able to just collect ingredients from the forest poultices and potions things like that where you like now. I don't want to drink that. Grandma was it would you? You didn't really have too much of a choice. You sit down and have this this'll help your tummy for Mavis. Ancestors way back. The forest was everything but then the European settlers came F. I just a handful of settlers who wanted to tear down some of the forest to farm. Sheep Mavis Z. We figured great. We can charge these settlers rent. They'll tear down some trees in some small plots but the we can preserve the rest of the forest but then the New Zealand government got involved after a series of bad deals unfulfilled promises outright deception by the colonial government almost all of the ease land ended up in the hands of white settlers and within just one generation. Mavis his ancestors went from being landlords. Four the white settlers to being there laborers their farm workers and sheep shares because of their own government. Wow just happened so quick. Without regard you would not good partners. We're not sincere. You're not true Be Nice to have you say sorry. Damage Mavis ancestors had gotten everything from this vast swath of forest and almost all of that forest was chopped down when the land was sold to white settlers. In fact there's really only one big chunk remaining now. Who is all? That's really lift of the forest. This is the last real remnant. That's an one pace. Fukuhara is the last real place where Mavis can go to see and feel and hear what our ancestors would have experienced but infuriatingly it was no longer controlled by Mavis E. We Pukhov fell into government ownership and to add insult to injury for all of us as life New Zealand. Maps did not use the name Puka. Mount Price was mount. Brace Mount Bruce and nobody seems to know exactly who bruce was or why Polka got changed to mount. Bruce certainly wasn't because it sounded better Pakeha. It sounds like a booed cool doesn't polka whereas mount. Bruce. Kinda doesn't have that same that I'm beautiful flow to us. Yeah now all of the history from the renaming of Puka to the mass transfer of land. This is not necessarily something that may this new in its entirety. All of this came together during the first stage of New Zealand's reparations process effect finding tribunal mimics witnesses. Promo ploy is audio is from Davis Tribunal. And there were hundreds of hours of testimony at this from regular we members including Mavis. His Dad Kimba shop and from land surveyors and historians land has demoralizing influence on the and also from legal experts for Mavis Z. Y. Which by the way is named Danny are? After months of testimony tribunal officials pulled together a single exhaustive history of how the government betrayed. Mavis his ancestors that history is a thousand pages long and covering all? The real truth was just devastating. Just how ruthless heartless and fast it was versions of the same story happened all over New Zealand. Maury make up about sixteen percent of the country's population now and they're about one hundred Mauri tribal groupings in New Zealand. Each could have their own one thousand page. History of betrayal Mavis is Maury experienced kind of social and economic shock that gets inherited generation after generation. I wish I could say that. It wasn't but it is it. Has It has multiplied. Mahdi more likely to die. Young Mario more likely to heavily. Cg -CATION Maria more than fifty percent of the population of prisons. The homeless these people that I grew up
As Catastrophic Wildfires Burn, Australians Ask How to Rebuild
"Going to head to Australia today. Where an unprecedented wildfire season continues to menace S.? The country more than twenty people have died. Thousands of homes have been destroyed and millions of animals have been killed although the cost of the damage is still oh being tallied. The fires are threatening to upend the way people live well into the future to find out more. I rang up our Australia and New Zealand Bureau. Chief David winning running so David Walk me through where things currently stand. How unprecedented are the fires? So the fires have been through more than six chameleon hectares of land that is by phone away the the largest devastation that we've seen from Bouchon in terms of lives lost thankfully Kelly. This isn't as big as the Black Saturday. Bushfires a two thousand nine hundred seventy three people lost their lives in a single afternoon oversee when you have devastation on the scale you're looking at a very long recovery effort industries such as tourism will take time to macabre because many people would go to Townsville St landscape what they will encounter now landscape that you would typically say it on the front line of a war zone even just trees and buildings gutted. Yeah we've got the slide show up on our website and I've been looking at the images. The sad burned koalas the apocalyptic skies. It seems like it's another world exactly you know an particularly agricultural industries. I mean if you've got an apple blue-chip for example. It takes five years for an apple tree to get to a point where it's productive you know if you have a pine plantation and you rely on on on Kimba for your industry well that takes even longer. There's GonNa be no quick fix for this Sumani will be Australian government has promised two billion Australian dollars switches the equivalent of one point four billion. US dollars to aid the recovery effort. That's an initial sum payable over two years and they've signaled that there's more money available as needed now. These fires started much earlier than they normally do in the typical fire season months earlier in fact. Do we know what happened. Eastern Australia Elliott has experienced a three year drought last year was the hottest on record and you know the the conditions of combined to create the basis full will to break out climate change. I believe in my opinion is played. A part of the individual fires may even have been started through awesome. But it's definitely. The case of this landscape was tinder. Dry going into what we call here. The bourgeois season so is the worst over nerve the peak for season to the end of February. Still at least one and a half months to go You mentioned and climate change earlier. Hasn't Prime Minister Scott Morrison been criticized for his stance on climate change. Mr Morrison's Party represents Abboud range of communities and they include mining areas eastern Australia this one of the major hops coal mining in the world and you his policy has sought to balance the interests of farming communities mining communities in the constituencies that he also that presents yesterday when he announced the big recovery found he was all set. You know do you intend to change your policy on on climate. And he said that's not my focus right now. My focus is on on dealing with a bushfire crisis. He has however stressed his commitments to limiting carbon emissions. That Australia's May as part of the Kiet. Political so I think when the focus of the cavalry effort develops I think when morpheus get extinguished hold onto control troll. The pressure will miss the Morrison to adapt his climate policy with inquiries. I know the cost is still being calculated We have some data that says Australia's has insurance council says the two hundred sixty million dollars worth of claims have already been filed. But what is the sense of how these fires could impact life in in Australia. Going forward. You full straight as Australians themselves. You know these are the sort of existential questions. Do they feel safe going camping. Do they feel you'll save going at it in the Wilderness and for the communities that live out that initial houses in a rural area. Do you feel safe. And how valuable is your property now which you find by full of it and why would you go. Would you go into a city many of weight. Cities like Sydney and Melbourne already a congested with strain services. Assay you allowed to bat and and and these are the sort of existential questions that feel. Australians will have to answer guy food
"kimba" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"And then it gets into the real fight game was like okay Kimba slices really doing it but all you hear is positive and so I remember watching on Youtube and and then the house always sixteen guys and you have no idea who's going to be on it you just when you get into the house you I saw fifteen guys. I'm like well who's the sixteenth dude and Dana like you guys ready for the sixteenth guy and we're all like everyone's a legit. Get fighter there and how many of you had at this point I had to before that Oh good too fat guys so I just call to titties so we're waiting in. He made such it should be deal on a soul Roy. Nelson who's a former world champion and he had like forty fights back fat tough fat guy skilled factor toughest back the toughest fat guy of all time so yet and use a former world champion had over thirty fights. I have to like that's that's not good looking around and I'm like wonder who it is can be some big name like tough like a fate or something like that are some huge expanse guy and they brought in Kimba slice and then what sucks is I think erupts some people the wrong ways right when they bring your in. I just as Kimba sliced the backyard brawler the cameras on me. I go fuck that guy. That's how the world got in in quotes. It puts fuck bag and then we got into the house and we are in opposite teams but I would just there's something about him. I it's hard not gravitated towards Kimba sliced not because he's a bad that's not he's such a good person man. He told the best stories raise a family guy and he was trying to make money and he was so humble H- you'd be in the house you got it. Hopefully it doesn't go to the ground mounted on the fuck. I'm doing down there so we'd be on the ground in the living rod trying to help them with Jujitsu and show them if you get caught down here and he was a great guy that's awesome passed away so yeah recipes Airbus lies. Thanks for all the minutes of Entertainment Hall of Famer Man. I think she being the U._C._l._A.. Fan All right me too. I just straight for what he did in U._F._C. but for fighting history should be yeah just fighting history I think so do you did for the game she the one guy's eyeball out. Oh yeah magnificent cop padded room that one day copied them up right random all a war it was watching Kimba slice walk into somebody's backyard like talking ready broke it was awesome also terrifying yeah joppy's hands and let the other guy to start blasting him in the face grace. Here's the thing about Kimmelman it skills like me and him smart a lot. Ultimately he had skills man he was. He was a really skilled dude yeah because you're a Golden Globes boxing champion but Kim Oh he stand up good man. This is a good conversation. I'm happy stopped by. We're about really dive into Brennan Shop. You're going to be like hey. I wish I knew this about Brennan Shop Habitual..
"kimba" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"For the Lakers. It sure you did. All this finagling unit all this maneuvering. And now you finally got Anthony Davis, which was your number one choice going back to last season. You gave up multiple players in multiple draft picks. Now you have cap space age. Morton, Ascii reported the expectation this deal will be completed on July six. The first day the deals can be completed, what that means is the Lakers will have four million dollars less of cap space as a result is also a chance. The Anthony Davis who was scheduled to receive a four million dollar, plus trade bonus. We'll keep that if he gives it up, he can void it. He has an option than Lakers would have about twenty seven million of Cass base. If Anthony Davis keeps his trade bonus it dropped down about twenty three so now you like all right. So we have twenty three million dollars in cap space. Who can we go? Get what you're trying to get a max player. That's problematic. Unless they're willing to take less money. But if you're a max player, why are you taking less money? Now Kimball Walker reports came out the other day that he would be willing to take less money to stay in Charlotte to give that team. More flexibility to add talent to the roster to give them more chance. To have a better chance I should say to win the east. But in the wake of this, Anthony Davis trade would Kimba Walker take less money to go to the Lakers. And think about that lineup Kimball Walker at the one, Kyle Kuzma at the two LeBron antivirus and you fill in the other spot. It's pretty impressive. What about Kyrie Irving? Kyri clearly won't be in Boston next year. We can all probably agree on that is he willing to take less money to go and rejoined LeBron. How about that? For a trio LeBron kyri in eighth day was or does he want to go somewhere else? Get his maximum money and try to lead another team. That's not in Boston. Well, age origin. Hausky NBA insider, join me here on the Mike with Mike leaves ESPN radio bit earlier. And the question I post a wo- JR. In terms of what's next Lakers. Should they go after a star or should they take that twenty three to twenty seven million dollars a cat space and spread it out? I don't know if it makes sense for them to just target one player there, especially if they're not number one, they don't have the space for a max right now. And then from there, just there need to be able to maybe turn that money, stretch it out a little bit into a couple players instead of trying to load up on one guy that's going to be the question. They'd have to ask themselves and, you know, much of that will be determined on who they can get. This is not a draft. You don't just go out and pick the free agency want. It's who wants to complain for you and from there. You know, you, then you measure out. Does it make sense to put it on one player or spread out, money route, and that is the key? Who wants to comply with you? Now, I said earlier that the reason this whole thing went down was because of LeBron James, and Anthony Davis says desire to play with him in Los Angeles. So now the question becomes this Kimball Walker? For example, had that desire this car, we Irving, for example, have that desire and the desire to be so much that they're willing to take less money to do it. Now, let's say common sentiment would believe. No. Why would they take so much less money just to play with LeBron Anthony Davis, then they could get on the open market, and go play for another team, also maybe potentially another team that could contend for championship as well whether in the east or west. That's a valid question that's professional athlete. You want to maximize your earning potential. Right. So we all want to do regardless of profession. We're in. We want to maximize earning potential. But sometimes you willing to take less money for lifestyle. You may be willing to take less money to live in a certain part of the country or to work for a certain organization or certain corporation. That's what's going to be on the minds of some of these players. So now how does that balance out with what the Lakers have planned? One thing they definitely need. They need a shooter, okay, because so much attention from defensive standpoint goes, LeBron James for obvious, reasons, and also to Anthony Davis. So you're gonna need some guys on that parameter that can knock down open jumpers. Catch and shoot three dudes now Kemba Walker is catching shoot three dude. Okay. So you could get that from a point guard position. So you feel that hole in your Oster, but you also have a guy that could shoot it. What you also need you need a premier wing defender. Now you have one of the best defenders in league in Anthony Davis. Who can guard multiple positions for the most part. But he's also on helps side defense as well. Okay. But who's going to guard? The wing is, is Kyle Kuzina going to be that guy for you. Can he guard the one two and three spots in critical points of a game? When you need to stop, if not you need that, dude. So maybe spend the money on shooter, maybe someone like JJ rhetoric and then you spend the remainder of that cat space on a guy who can just d- up. He didn't have to be a superstar score. He could be like a like a Bruce Bowen was for the Spurs or that was Lucia was for the thunder up multiple positions, but also be able to knock down an open corner, three. Sometimes Iman Shumpert for the Cavs. That's a good example as wealth. Can you get that dude in addition to shoot or now you got a pretty good bounce lineup? Or do you put all into one basket for one more superstar? You might say that the money would be well, spent if you spread it out. But if you can get someone like a Kemba Walker Kyrie Irving willing to take less money. Wouldn't you do that, too? I mean, you got LeBron you got a d you get another all-star perennial all star in this quad, you wouldn't do it. I don't know coming up next. We're gonna talk a little NFL and also some golf, but yeah, plenty more on.
"kimba" Discussed on First Things First
"So so you're saying Kimba wouldn't even I thought you were saying they struck out entirely on free agency. Let's see where we going with you and Kim before the next three years. Well, I don't know Damon CJ might make the conference finals this. Here Yokich and Murray or might make one of those teams going gonna make the conference by what does that going to LeBron's LeBron's legacy? Make it to the conference fine. Okay. Well, no, I understand. It's not about making the conference finals my point. Is you make conference finals you you're right there? But then. Okay. That's not. I don't want argue about if LeBron Kimba could do it that why would LeBron take a hit for them. Butchering the coaching search LeBron and Rich Paul because type asking ball. Nick in the star players. Always do they have so much influence real influence and some of it is things that people make up. So LeBron is LeBron James I get why he takes a hit for the Luke Walton situation Luke getting fired fair or not. But LeBron his agent rich have stayed out of the coaching situation entirely. They targeted people don't want to believe that though. We know that to be true. Okay. Let's say even let's say, even if they don't believe that unless they all the NBA reporters are making up what just happened last seventy two hours the Lakers targeted a coach they had an agreement. It was a coach who's wanna championship and the Lakers screwed it up. But also, don't don't forget the verb is came out of there. They offered him three year contract said you're only here to coach LeBron James. Yes. What if you're another star coming in? Okay. So that's my question. How much does what happened in the last twenty four hours affect free agents coming to believe hurts. Oh, I just believe we should do moves musical chairs. Let's just take the top free agents. Let's just play the music, and let's just see Kevin the rest not going there. All right clay's, not going there. Kawai? This did not help the quad situation. This type of lunacy quite going from an organization in Toronto. If he leaves that has a clear power structure that has an excellent GM that has a really good young check assise going to go to the the well established well run organization that's thirty feet from the Lakers. Who else do we know the free diary kyri? Oh, yeah. That leadership. Oh, that's going to be great. I think Iran. Lebron would be great because the kyri wouldn't have to be the leader because LeBron can be the leader that would sign up for this. The Lakers the Lakers through none of their own. They didn't deserve. They didn't do anything right to get LeBron. He went he went there because his wife and kids wanted to be in LA he thinks he can win anywhere. He goes..
"kimba" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai
"Biggest mega driver for this is trying to increase the relevancy of physical locations when you're buying things. And and that would bring inaugurated reality to where maybe you know, you'd move your phone. I guess that just. Interface of what we've been talking about. But is there is there that reality component of this? Or is it there is kind of all is that what we've been talking about since the beginning. Really? Yes. Been thinking all sometime ago at som-, a our futures, you know, like to do indoor Gatien using our in all slowly knows on visuals like arrows, which threaten shall dealer. It's fa- mallet something extraneous and goading to some feedback. Snow? It smelt that useful still slump for useful. Because. Mid complicated. Although sweetie a our graphic snow ole on the smartphone spring. So it's not for the masses yet. Yeah. Now, what about just general? I know again, going back to these large hardware stores that I like to like to frequent with my son in particular. I I like to shop, you know. So we just like the browser should say just look at all the power tools and look at the, you know, just a cool spikes in all the rest of it big screws and so forth. But what about what about indoor navigation does this play into that? Because sometimes I just don't know if I'm just going there commando style, and I just wanna go in and out as fast as possible. Not during the browsing experience it'd be great to be able to to locate where I wanna go drills. Where is that? And put on a map is that separate from this. Or is it somehow related nice related again? So we don't have a production rates, urging of indigation but land. To complete. So so Toby again, like the single unified experience with procedure marketing, Kimba guidance, and the vacation and location, and your example with the hardware store. I think is the best.
Is Quinoa Unhealthy For Its Producers?
"Today's episode is brought to you by listerine ready tabs small discrete tabs, the transform from a solid to a liquid just to switch and swallow no sink required to get that just brushed clean feeling, and they pack a huge punch up to four hours of fresh breath, and the confidence that goes with it on the go wherever life takes you to a surprise meeting a date you want to freshen up for or just from one event to another try listen ready tabs today. Find them near the mouthwash. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, rain stuff. Lauren Bogle bomb. Here. Keen wa has caused quite a lot of confusion during its short tenure on the worldwide seen race for thousands of years in the Indian mountain region of South America. It's only really blown up worldwide over the past decade, the United Nations food and Agriculture Organization declared twenty thirteen the international year of wa giving the crop a big boost on the world stage. The declaration was intended as a way to highlight crops that were unknown if forgotten at least to the wider world as a way of promoting food security, but along with Kim was rabbit sense to the top of the health food chain came news reports that local populations in Peru and Bolivia could no longer afford to buy it as the prices had doubled or tripled. But before we get into that some basics Qinhua spelled Q U. I N A in case you've seen the word, but never heard it pronounced cooks like rice looks sort of like couscous and packs a serious nutritive punch. It's high in protein contains all these amino acid. And is high in iron and fiber. It's eaten like a grain. But it's really more like a seed or a vegetable, and it's also gluten free in short checks a lot of boxes for folks looking to eat fewer animal products, or if you were carbs, but is it's mainstream popularity hurting the people who grow it. Researchers have called through year's worth of data two thousand four to two thousand thirteen from a national Peruvian survey to find out how these seemingly worldwide Kenwa frenzy affected. The quality of local citizens lives over that period. Their circumstances actually seemed to have improved. We spoke by Email with one of those researchers Marc Bellemare and associate professor of applied economics and director of the center for international food and agricultural policy at the university of Minnesota. He said in most cases, we find that rising Kenwa prices have modestly increased to the welfare of both Kimba producers and can what consumers in Peru at worst. We find a small decline in welfare in some region. Wins. But that decline is almost nil at less than one percent of total welfare welfare here is defined as the value of a household consumption expenditures, Bella explained since consumption tends to be function of income consumption is a good proxy for income. But it's not necessarily all good news. There are a couple of concerns that could still affect the people who originally grew Kenwa Bella. Mir said the first is that once the price of kin wall fell back down to its pre twenty ten level many, small producers told us they were holding onto their grain in the hope that the price would spike back up. But this is highly unlikely to happen considering that with the want price spike in two thousand thirteen many new producers got into the Kenwa production game which lowered the price a probably permanently. Unless there's a new spike in the international demand of kin wa. The other problem is an issue of maintaining bio-diversity very few varieties of kin while are exported to places like the US and UK especially compared with these some hundred varieties grown in Peru. And so if it's most worthwhile for producers to grow for export markets. Those other local varieties might disappear forever. This phenomenon isn't good for the longstanding health of crops, and it's not a new problem take the banana when I say banana, you probably think of a very particular variety of the fruit, but someone greatly enlarged in gently bent a yellow number two pencil. That's a cabin dish banana, and it's the only one many of us encounter outside of the tropics its popularity elbowed out other varieties and farmers came to rely on it as a staple export. Which sounds great a right up until a fungus that affects only that variety swept in and started destroying crops. If you haven't heard scientists are now racing to figure out a way to save it, and that's the danger of monocultures, the Irish potato blight is another example. That's why organizations like bio-diversity international have piloted programs to give native farmers incentives to grow the less in demand varieties of kin wa so Wilkin will ever wear out. Its welcome it. Sure doesn't look that way. Where it used to be limited to health food stores and vegan rest. Wants can what is showing up on mainstream menus now in place of rice or pasta as part of main entrees as breakfast cereal or even added to soups and salads, hopefully with cooperation among exporters, and researchers conditions will only continue to improve for can was growers in for Ken while itself. Today's episode was written by Elliott and produced by Tyler clang for heart media, and how stuff works for more on this and lots of other nutritive, topics. Visit our home planet has stuff works dot com. Hebron stuff listeners for all you fans of true crime investigations. There's a new podcast from glamour, and how stuff works Marcus Hanna. Devante Abigail, Jeremiah and Sierra were all black children adopted by two white women, Sarah and Jennifer heart. 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"kimba" Discussed on The Jump
"Everything Paul said about Kimba and the Hornets is accurate. They're going to win this out these division because Washington because Miami doesn't have a star because Atlanta Orlando just all right? But having said all that they're going to be a six seater best because you think about Milwaukee yet. Philly Boston Toronto, Indiana, all those are the top five. So they're gonna be six seater. It kind of stinks, but that's life. You know, what it's going to happen though. He's going to be a free agent that summer and get back the brakes rash. Trump's coming for him. Get this. You mentioned he's the loneliest star. There's scuttle butt out there the Charlotte. Observer saying that the the Hornets are looking into a Bradley Beal deal. That'll both them up there in the playoff standings say that could be a home court advantage. If they get Brad. The lead in the east again, Toronto Phelan along than Milwaukee. Trying to figure something out. Yeah. They'll indie even with Bradley. I think in that's Gordon Hayward came off the bench for the Celtics yesterday in thirty one minutes of play. He was only one of six from the field and only had four points Hayward. His scoring his viewers points per game since he's rookie season any shooting the lowest percentage of his career. So mean is it time to worry about Gordon Hayward? Yes. From physical standpoint from beginning of the year. I watching him. I said he looks heavy. He looks slow. He doesn't look explosive. I don't know if that's because he's not in condition because he was rehabbing all the time or if he's physically different after engineers still not wanting to percent. But those are the things that I'm concerned about more. So than is quote unquote fit with this team because they'll figure it out, but physically he doesn't look right. Just give them time. You take a whole year off the highest level basketball, which all about this is the NBA who takes a year off, and they can come back and beat who they once were some time. I mean, Michael, Jordan. We're talking about the greatest. It's to take them some time, man. You know, you gotta get his MBA gang legs under about forty games. You guys are talking about the physical. What about the mental? That's what I'm saying. It's gonna take mentally physically. Just, you know, get his MBA legs under him to where he's getting a rhythm and the game slows down for him. Because we know this guy can play right? Yeah. You know, he he can play. But it's it's a lot mentally that he's going through with the injury physical. You know, you gotta get back in this. Go take about forty games. And they also remember they're all trying to figure it out. Any league about this? Yes. To play a role. He's never played before. Right. There's a logjam there. Here's the man that Utah. He comes the Boston. Now. He's one of the guys. So yes, the figure that part out to okay time for the jump recommends. Here's with Jim recommends today ESPN senior writer Zach Lowe has a piece on how the blazers found bounce back after being swept by the pelicans in the playoffs last season. So give it a read during the bringing..
"kimba" Discussed on WTVN
"Thank you. Illinois, the, land of Lincoln and, the? Land of, little dick Durbin that's. Right. Well yeah a little dick Durbin right you, know but, Michael Cohen stuff okay so. How can they he by his attorney client privilege getting, them tapes and stuff, I wonder how they can use any use those. Anyway even though violated confidentiality not, to be too technical by making the tapes and then he in my, view violated attorney client privilege by turning them, over assuming they involve his, client, not just the press to any. Government official and Your question is how can. They use the tapes while we have a federal judge, he's extremely liberal in, Manhattan her name is Kimba Wood and she appointed. A master who is also a, very liberal woman who is overseeing this project of of eviscerating what's left, of attorney client relationships and she's calling the shots Can you hear me So she sitting there, is a special, master making the decisions apparently now the leaking that's separate and apart either Cohen or Lanny Davis and or somebody. Else in that circle I'm. Not saying it's. Lane I don't. Know they're obviously leaking And. That in its of itself. Could be the. Basis for disbarments It's so important he's this midterm election I think is, going to. Be one of the most important that we've ever had you know and I just hope that I hope that people. Vote Republican because if some Democrats getting charged we're we're going to, be in big trouble Steve Bannon and, said something the, other day or maybe it, was today I'm not sure which I have now, been saying for some time and that is in this particular election. In this midterm you'd better vote for Republican not because you, expect them to secure the border, not because, you expect. Them to cut the. Spending because they're not, but in order to protect the president of the United States because. If they take the house. It's over they will I talked about this I've talked about. Repeatedly they will bog him down. And subpoenas and document requests and investigations they will rip staff pieces they will, stop any any. Any appropriations bills from going through they will shut down the. Government we will, have, absolute anarchy and you're right the way they treat this president it's it's unprecedented I've, never ever. Seen or heard anything like What they're doing to this this man and the press is, just outta I mean it's out, of control, every night. Because because it's not. Really a free press, and I've been spending a lot of, time talking about this in. The sense that certainly there. Free to broadcast free to print free to speak that sort. Of thing but it's not a. Free press in the sense that a free press was intended what they're doing, is making it. More and more difficult for the Republic defunct And what they're trying to do is is so a burden this president when you see these people yelling questions they're not really, questions that we don't already know about they're doing it to disrupt him so to. Disrupt this presidency underminded and sabotage it I mean that's the truth isn't it If the elections go okay and. The Republican stay in charge that will, finally be dealt with this Russian stuff because I don't. I don't know about that Mr.. Mueller is he's he's not he he he doesn't. Exist as, a consequence of, any election And that's part of the problem All right. Diana I, appreciate your? Excellent call let's continue shall we Helen Westchester New York. The great, WABC go Mark this. Is a. Great pleasure to speak with you thank. You I just listened to your last caller. I wanted to just say something on that the constant feet of the liberal drums is really starting. To hurt the silent majority in this country I don't think we're going to stand for anything if, the house is taken, over by the Democrats it's not the end maybe just the beginning because we have had enough and there's. All maybe it's the beginning of. The end it's not enough to. Have enough it's not enough to have enough there's only we have people who are now ruling over us and they do not want to give up, their power and if they get more power it's one thing to be furious in the in the privacy of your home at your dinner table in your workplace in your. Own mind and so forth and so on but I. Do not want to I can't overstate this which is We are in my, view and I've been saying. This this is in? People rejoin what do, you mean We're moving towards eight, Tierney we are in somewhat. Of a soft tyranny That's not to say you. Can't see movies you can't buy your iphone this set in, the other but when it. Actually comes to many aspects of your life The circle of liberty. Is getting smaller and smaller and smaller weather, it's choosing healthcare whether it's what your kids are. Free to say. On college campuses and on and on and, on so it's not enough. For people to say we're. Not gonna put up with it any more apparently we are What are we. Going to do Something a little more drastic. I believe is on the, horizon it's happened before in America but you know what one society's collapse and everything you. Have is destroyed or potentially destroyed it's not a very pretty thing and. Sometimes the good guys don't win All, right my friend I appreciate your call I very much do Tim, Shreveport Louisiana. XM satellite go mart if I was able to, pick attorney general you. You were. The man thank you I need a recess appointment because something tells me I'd probably get three. Votes in the Senate But you were my first, pick when President Trump. Was elected. But I I feel like you made the statement about us being insignificant we already feel insignificant And we feel. Like we, can't do anything when you have politicians that lie they lie? Against the accomplishments of this administration they. Lie about the their in their investigations there. I mean, I don't understand how how do we hold them. Accountable somebody's there's got to be some way to, I'll be people countable for all the lines like Dale I want to send you copy Mr. producer Mr. Callscreener don't hang up. Tim of. The liberty, amendments, and I. Want you to, become, active in. This and Louisiana to be in the government classes and every, high school, as textbooks thank you thank you very very kind don't hang. Up Tim appreciate it One, of, the things. I love about, doing, this show Is the the Diverse geography the diverse accents And you know what it, makes me feel really great and I hope. It does with. You too they were talking we're talking to a, lady from New York City, talked, from gentlemen from Shreveport Louisiana talking, to, a lady from Springfield, Illinois all. Conservatives all constitutionalists all patriots, all proud, of their country That should put a, smile, on your face and that should, make, you feel at least, a little, better we'll be right back.
"kimba" Discussed on KTRH
"Chair or x. chair Levin dot com I know, you're, gonna, love, this I really do and, I, wouldn't, be saying if it wasn't true and those of. Us who've now acquired one you know. Exactly what I'm talking about Let's continue Let's go. To, Diana Springfield Illinois on the Mark. Levin app how? Are you Hey Mark how's it going hey really, appreciate everything you do. Here, and stuff. And, you keep going and get him get him get him well. Thank you. Eleanor, the, land of Lincoln and, the, land of, little dick Durbin that's right. Well, yeah a little dick Durbin right. You know but References Michael Cohen stuff okay so how. Can they. Violated, his, attorney client privilege getting, them? Tapes and, stuff I wanna know how that they can. Use any use those anyway even, though he violated confidentiality not to be too technical by making the tapes, and then he in my view violated attorney client, privilege by turning. Them. Over assuming they involve his client not just the, press to any government official And your question is. How can they use the tapes while we have a federal judge. He's extremely liberal in Manhattan, her name is Kimba Wood and she appointed a. Master who is also a very, liberal woman who is overseeing this project of of eviscerating what's left of, attorney client relationships and she's calling the shots Can you hear me Listening so she sitting there as a special master, and making the decisions apparently now the leaking that's separate and apart either Cohen or Lanny Davis and or somebody. Else in that circle I'm. Not saying it's. Lane I don't know They're obviously leaking and that in its. Of itself could be the. Basis for disbarments And you know it's it's so important these this midterm election, I think. Is going to be one of the most important that we've ever had you know and I just hope that I hope that people vote Republican because Democrats getting charged we're, we're going to be in big trouble, you know Steve, Bannon said something the other, day or maybe it was today I'm not sure, which I have now been saying for some time and that is. In this particular election in this midterm you'd better vote for, Republican not because you expect them, to secure, the border. Not because you expect. Them to cut the spending. Because they're not but in order to protect the president of. The United States because if they. Take the house it's over they will I talked about this. I've talked about it repeatedly they. Will bog him down subpoenas and document requests and investigations they will Ripa staff the. Pieces they will. Stop any any any appropriations bills from going, through they will, shut, down the government. We will have absolute, anarchy and, you're right the way that they treat this president it's it's unprecedented I've, never ever. Seen or heard anything like What they're doing this this man and the press, is just out of I mean, it's out, of control. Every night because because. It's not really a free. Press and I've been spending a lot of time talking about. This in the sense that certainly. They're free to broadcast free to print free to speak that. Sort of thing but it's not. A free press in the sense that a free press was intended what they're doing. Is making it. More and more difficult for the Republic defunct And what they're trying to do is is so a burden this president when you see these people yelling questions they're not really, questions that we don't already know about they're doing it to disrupt him so to. Disrupt this presidency undermining and sabotage it I mean that's the truth isn't it If the elections go okay and the Republicans day in charge. That will finally be done with this, Russian stuff because I I don't know about that Mr.. Mueller is he's he's not he. He he doesn't exist as a consequence of any. Election and, that's part of, the problem All right Diana I appreciate your. Excellent call let's continue shall we Helen Westchester New York. The great, WABC go Mark Speak with. You thank. You I just listened to your last. Caller I wanted to just say something on that The feet of the liberal drums is really starting. To hurt. The silent majority in this country I. Don't think we're going to stand for anything If the house is taken over. By the Democrats it's not the. End maybe just the beginning because we have had enough and there's all maybe it's the beginning. Of the end it's not enough to have enough It's not, enough to have enough there's only we have people who are now ruling over us and they do not. Want to give up their power And if they get more power. It's one thing. To be furious in the in. The privacy of your home at dinner table in your workplace in your own mind and so forth and so on But I do not want to I can't overstate. This which is We are, in my view I've? Been saying this this is in. People rejoin what do, you mean We're moving towards, tyranny we are in somewhat. Of a soft tyranny That's. Not to say you can't. See movies you can't buy your iphone this set in the, other but when it. Actually comes to many aspects of your life The the circle of liberty is. Getting smaller and smaller and smaller weather it's, choosing health care whether it's what your kids are. Free to say. On college campuses and on and on and, on so it's not enough. For people to say we're. Not gonna put up with it any more apparently we are What are we. Going to do Something a little more drastic. I believe is on the. Horizon it's happened before in America But you know what Wants society's collapse And everything you have is destroyed. Or potentially destroyed it's not a, very pretty thing and sometimes the good guys don't. Win All, right my friend I appreciate your call I very much do Tim, Shreveport Louisiana. XM satellite go mart if I was able to, pick attorney general you. You were. The man thank you I'd need a recess appointment because something tells me I'd probably get three. Votes in the Senate You were my first, pick when President Trump. Was elected. But I I feel like you made the statement about us being insignificant we already feel insignificant And we feel like. We can't, do anything when you have politicians that lie they lie against? The accomplishments of this administration they. Lie about the their in their investigations there. I mean, I don't understand how how do we hold, them, accountable somebody's there's got to be some way, I'll be people countable for all the lines like Dale I. Wanna send you copy Mr. producer Mr. create don't hang, up Tim, of the liberty amendments and I want you to become active. In this in Louisiana Be in the government, classes, and every high school as textbooks thank you, thank you very very kind don't hang up Tim appreciate it One of, the things. I love about, doing, this show Is the the Diverse geography the diverse accents And you know what it, makes me feel really great and I hope. It does with you too they were talk- we're talking to a, lady from New York City, talked, from gentlemen from Shreveport Louisiana talking, to, a lady from Springfield, Illinois all. Conservatives all constitutionalists all patriots, all proud. Of their country That should put a, smile, on your face and that should, make, you feel at least, a little, better we'll be right back Mm-hmm I just want to be in for your North. Korean I need to be prepared for this severe weather what you want and what you. 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"kimba" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Found guilty, of bribery, extortion and fraud for a second time in just three years the senior skeleton was accused of trading his support for legislation that favored certain businesses in exchange for those. Businesses giving no or low show, jobs to his son. Prosecutors say those jobs were worth a total of a half million, dollars reporter James Madore covered the trial, for Newsday he joins, us now, hey James Nice to be with you dean and Adams galas were first convicted and sentenced for the same charges back in twenty fifteen. With our convictions were reversed after the US supreme court decision how did that. Decision raise the bar for kind of. What counts as public, corruption, here The US supreme court decided that an. Elected official like dean Scelo had. To do more than make a phone call meet with the lobbyist or. Set up. A meeting to be guilty of a quid pro quo bribery scheme. The politician had to do other things they had to vote on a piece of legislation they had to an actor regulation one of the things that happened last. Week. When judge Kimba Wood, charged the jury in this case is she outlined for them types of specific actions dean, scandals had to take in order to be found guilty and it had to be more than making a phone call or meeting with someone first few? Minutes okay so in this. Case do prosecutors have to present new evidence to meet this new definition of quid pro quo and did that mean they had to go out and find. More proof or do they just have the information already last time and just presented differently It appears as if they, had the information already but what was interesting in this retrial versus the trial that took place, in two. Thousand fifteen is one information they included and what information they excluded and the best example. Is in the first trial a. Lot of attention was paid to a meeting dean Scala's arranged foreign environment. Company that. Was employing his son with the State Department of health this time. That meeting was barely mentioned because the US supreme court decision said simply setting up a meeting doesn't qualify as a quid pro quo bribery scheme dean scandals had. To. Vote on legislation so, there was a lot of emphasis in this retrial on voting on legislation over and over, again the prosecution put up examples of vote tally sheets in the Senate to show dean schedules voted for a piece of legislation that the people that Were employing his son needed the Senate. To, pass dean skills didn't did not testify, in the first trial he did take the stand in this one did that help or hurt the case It's hard to say I. Mean it's always good to hear from the defendant he was on the stand for three days she was in. Fabric at every single turn that he. Believes he did not, break the law he also spent quite a bit of time charming the jury talking about his childhood talking about Adam's troubled past he humanized. The, trial in, many ways and as I said it's always good to hear from the defendant, and he probably felt looks wanna take a shot at this wanna talk to the jury. Directly yeah the lawyers affording scales has basically said he. Was just trying to help us on out. But the jury didn't go for it It appears they did not as you as. You rightly reported, all eight counts both men were found guilty the interesting thing in this retrial is did take the jury, one more day to render a verdict and they also went. Through literally hundreds of. Pages of, testimony emails and wiretapped conversations to reach their. Verdict let's look a little broader here this. Is the fourth major trial that's ended in corruption convictions for state officials in two thousand eighteen. And it's only July what's gotta change in Albany to keep that from happening very good point I talked to. A number of good government groups yesterday. And one of the, things they're really pushing for is to see major changes in ethics laws in this state and they're saying now is the time for them. And, others to, begin to call your state Senator your state assembly person depending on who is, the new governor of New York state On January first and really make the push that we need to have changes James Madore, reporter for Newsday thanks so much for joining us thank you This is morning edition from NPR news I'm David..
"kimba" Discussed on First Take
"Can switch everything you're three and d guy you can go stand in a corner as we both agree on and if you are too small or too big you gotta be prolific when i say prolific what does that mean max that means a guy like kimba walker or curry irving since we're putting them in the same here have to score at a clip over and over again what a steph curry do his defense is horrible he's a system defender he gets help but guess what he's scores at such a rate that puts you on your hills so if you're going to bring an kemba walker you're going to bring in a guy who's not remember this word max position let's he's gotta be able to get the ball got to get the job done especially when you're talking about going against the warriors yes i agree i love having three or four guys that you can throw at kevin durant and when you can switch and move guys around it becomes a becomes a problem for the warriors but right now the lakers still have to build for that yes it's incredibly dangerous if anybody's telling you that the golden state warriors aren't worried about this lebron move let me guess game one fifty ball triple double i mean even though they got swept the brunt did his due diligence no one can question that and max i keep going all in on this leonard and i'm with it but we gotta see him healthy it's gonna take more than kuwa it is not just a throwaway because if you beat the warriors you gotta beat that system it's not just how it yet but but ryan that's why twoway wings are more important than ever as much as as been made of it's a point guard driven league or you can play five out with i'm not even chemical why right it's a big that you can play five out with and a point guard look at the warriors system the warriors system is inferior to assist them that you can play with multiple twoway wings that's why even though they won seventy three games they lost to lebron they didn't have a twoway winglike like on koa leonard or something like that they had to and that guy and kevin durant to get over a seventy three win team had to add k d to become this juggernaut with that system what i'm saying is if the offer was on the table and i was running the lakers and they said every single person every asset on your team except for the brian james for kawhi leonard right now let's do it i will start with nothing else but lebron collide and you can go pick out three in guys and some rim defender you can bring in off the bench and you would have a shot at everything year one i certainly year did you reconcile sal actually making some you're actually making cincy see i'm not anti kawada i just don't like you bringing in gosh who aren't officiant kemba walker incidence gushin curry irving had to learn to be officiant and i'm not saying kim mccain do that but if i'm giving up the house i gotta get kimber for something cheap i'm not getting isaiah thomas just to get them i got to know he's there for the hometown we'll call it the lebron the mcgee time but up don't get hung up on kemba used them as an all you love him there come on don't don't ride to do i think he's i think he's underrated but the point is i bring them up as an example of the kind of move the lakers can make that's not cool leonard that doesn't cost as much right now if they believe they will sign him next year of course that's only or if there's nothing they can do to thais the spurs to trade him to them like the spurs are in control right now popovich makes the decision right now on what happens and if popovich just like we're not trading them there or this package just isn't good enough or the lakers have to mortgage too many future draft picks were taking on too much bad salary to create the right team around lebron.
Special counsel brings new charges against Paul Manafort in Russia probe
"And transit on the ones wins news time seven twenty four the russia election meddling probe continues with more charges brought yesterday against president trump's former campaign chair on a longtime associate of his with alleged ties to russian intelligence correspondent aaron katersky reports former trump campaign chairman paul manafort is now charged with obstruction of justice and conspiracy to obstruct justice stemming from his alleged attempt to contact to government witnesses to keep them from testifying truthfully the superseding indictment handed up by a federal grand jury also charges constantine kalinic with the same crimes kalinic served as manafort's liaison overseas and has been called a former russian army trained linguists manafort's attorneys responded late friday saying the witness tampering accusations are based on the thinnest of evidence and have damaged his right to a fair trial president trump's lawyers have lost around in court in the case of his longtime personal lawyer and socalled fixer michael cohen the judge in the case says the president's lawyers must publicly file their objections to when you decisions about attorney client privilege being made by the special master in the case rather than keeping their protests confidential as they'd requested several news organizations had asked federal judge kimba wood to maintain the greatest transparency possible on the proceedings last monday the special master appointed review material seized from cohen's home and office said that very few of them appear to be protected by attorney client privilege wins news time seven twenty five when we go out to eat we never agree on where to go on burgers pizza talk as it is the one thing we.
Michael Avenatti told by judge in Michael Cohen case to stop
"In a new york city courtroom today had to do in part with data seized by the fbi during the investigation into cones business dealings but just the gays reports the lawyer for adult film star stormy daniels was also they're going attorneys do not what michael anywhere near this case they made that clear in this hearing today also judge kimba wood made it clear to coen's attorneys that she wants them to speed up this process of reviewing this evidence seized by the government and she set a deadline for june fifteenth cones lawyer said he didn't know if they could make that deadline the judge also told stormy daniels attorney that he would have to stop going on tv and badmouthing cohen if he wanted to become part of the court case a senior house republican says there is no evidence that the fbi planet a spy on president donald trump's two thousand sixteen campaign congressman trey county sheriff one of the house oversight committee contradicted mr trump's repeated insistence that the agency inserted a spy for political reasons kim kardashian was at the white house today asking the president for clemency for an imprisoned grandmother the reality tv star started advocating on behalf of sixty two year old alice johnson earlier this year johnson was given a mandatory life sentence plus twenty five years in prison in nineteen ninetyseven for her part in a cocaine distribution ring it was her first offense mr trump later tweeted a photo of himself in the oval office with kardashian said he had a great meeting with her to talk about prison reform and sentencing a big victory for big banks the federal reserve has taken the first steps toward sweeping changes for the rules that were put in place after the two thousand eight financial meltdown marcus stanley with americans for financial reform tells knx this would weaken the ban on risky investments this basically will expand the number of circumstances where the banks are soon to be in compliance with the rule so you're you're moving it more from a show me role to we'll take your word for it roll banks have complained that the financial regulations are overly burdensome california's entering the.
Michael Avenatti: Trump's lawyer recorded conversations with clients
"And this is wnyc in new york i'm jamie floyd a small plane has crashed in a wooded area in central long island suffolk county police say the aircraft crashed in millville shortly before two o'clock this afternoon a photo from the scene shows that thick black smoke and raging orange flames authorities say it appears there was at least one person on the plane and that person's condition is unknown we will bring you more details as they become available the attorney for stormy daniels is claiming there are revealing audiotapes about her among the millions of items seized from trump attorney michael cohen last month wnyc's andrea bernstein has more in court michael lebanonese said he'd been called by a member of the press who asked about an audiotape between his clients former attorney and michael cohen avenue agents say what was on the tape but accused cones lawyers of leaking and hinted there might have been some untoward collusion between daniels former lawyer cohen when they negotiated the hundred and thirty thousand dollar how should agreement about president trump but coen's lawyers said no way the audiotapes if any are kept under lock and key meantime judge kimba woods patients with avenue was wearing thin she told him he had to choose between his quote publicity tour and having status in her courtroom and new york's newly confirmed attorney general hells her first public event earlier today when she met with members of the media acting ag barbara underwood says the offices marching full steam ahead under her leadership following the resignation of former attorney general eric schneiderman earlier this month in the immediate aftermath of hearing the news everyone was stunned but we very quickly started looking forward schneiderman stepped down on may eighth hours after news broke that he allegedly abused multiple women underwood says she will serve out the remainder of the current term and she says she does not plan to run for election to the post in the fall this afternoon still sunny tonight a twenty percent chance of showers currently seventy seven degrees in central park at four zero six support for npr comes from wells fargo established eighteen fifty two and reestablish two thousand eighteen with a recommitment to customers working off.
"kimba" Discussed on Left, Right & Center
"Find here be monsters at w dot com slash podcasts welcome back let's talk about mike eleven addy as we've discussed some on the show addy sort of engaging in this dual role he's apr representative and hype man for stormy daniels and he also represents her in litigation that's ongoing los angeles and he's trying to intervene in proceedings related to michael cohen that are ongoing in new york so this week there was a headline in the washington post that said mike eleven addy is using trump tactics to battle trump a strategy that comes with risks in particular the story talks about attis choice to publish confidential banking documents about michael cohen and how that could jeopardize his standing with judge kimba wood who's overseeing the proceedings in new york related to the coen search everybody is licensed to practice in california he's meeting normally routine motion to represent daniels in the new york proceedings but a couple of law professors tell the post that his behavior could lead the judge to deny his request to represent her there does that's implausible to you well it does not exactly the way the law professors put it but i think in general in the new york proceeding that's judge kimba wood supervising the process by which the documents and items seized from michael cohen's new york office and home and hotel room are examined and you know she's appointed a former judge as a special master to sort out the potentially privileged documents that's what the proceedings there that we've talked about before are all about now michael evans on behalf stephanie clifford ak stormy daniels has asked intervene there to represent her alleged interest in the proceedings because there may be some documents related to her and michael avenue has asked to appear in that court what's called pro hawk vichai which just means i'm not admitted in this state but i'm asking you to recognize me as a lawyer anyway appro hawk vj motion is very routinely automatically granted and i don't think that's what judge would would deny but to the extent michael avon is asking for any sort of breaks in his favor for the judge to take them serious.
Alleged Golden State Killer's former boss: He was an average cop
"President trump blamed senate democrats who released a two page compilation of the accusations yesterday i think in one way it's showing how bad how obstructionist these democrats are disgrace what's happening but republicans were also concerned about claims that jackson was abusive to staffers and too often drunk on the job beyond that his lack of leadership experience gave many in the gop pause steven portnoy cbs news the white house in new york the judge handling materials seized from president trump's personal lawyer has appointed a former manhattan federal judge to sort it all out judge kimba wood says barbara jones has the right amount of experience to handle the items taken from attorney michael cohen's office apartment and hotel room earlier this month prosecutors say those rates resulted from an investigation into possible fraud and the judge says the government and cohen's lawyers agreed a socalled special master is the best way to determine which items should be off limits to federal investigators meantime plans are being made to turn the harvey weinstein sexual misconduct scandal into a movie brad pitt's production company and another outfit have now acquired the film rights the movie will center on how the new york times broke the story it was the work of two times reporters who helped to spark the metoo movement and last week earned them a pulitzer prize wbz news time one twentyone in california police in sacramento say they have arrested the golden state killer they say their suspect is seventy two year old joseph diangelo he's a former police officer who lost his job for shoplifting he's accused of a series of brutal rapes and murders in the seventies and eighties and former auburn police chief nick willik what's deangelis boss from nineteen seventy six to nineteen seventy nine and he says he remembers him as just an average cop there was nothing really you know while he was working at the auburn police department that would say that you know he was a mass murderer serial rapist burglar police say dna evidence finally helped to catch him and the widow of car inventor john delorean is filing a lawsuit against universal studios you might know the delorean from that little movie called back to the future doc are you telling me that you built a time machine.
"kimba" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Rain late tonight especially during the overnight hours this is morning edition from npr news i'm noel king and i'm david greene so all of that material that was seized from michael cohen's office he's president trump's personal attorney what happens to it now will that is largely in the hands of federal judge kimba wood who's a veteran of the bench and let's talk about her and this case involving the president with npr justice correspondent ryan lucas is here in the studio hey ryan good morning so what can you tell us about this judge well judge kimba wood she got her law degree from harvard back in nineteen sixty nine worked in private practice in new york city for almost two decades and then she was nominated by president ronald reagan to the bench for the southern district of new york and nineteen eightyseven several years later she was under consideration be president clinton's attorney general she ultimately withdrew and that was kind of at the last minute after the white house found out that she had had an illegal immigrant working as a babysitter wasn't illegal at the time but the white house reportedly told her to to withdraw anyway because of fears of a public backlash but she's been in the spotlight several times over the course of her career had a number of vacation is the most recent one before this this this cohen matter would have been in two thousand ten when she presided over the case against ten russian sleeper agents russian spies that the fbi had arrested in a counterintelligence investigation i think that's why i remember her name being in the news for that story so in the coen case though can we talk about what exactly she is deciding i mean it revolves around how to handle potential attorney client privilege and the material that was seized by the fbi from cohen's office is that right exactly so at monday's hearing she knocked down a request from the president to let him review the materials that were taken in.
"kimba" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of that material that was seized from michael cohen's office he's president trump's personal attorney what happens to it now will that is largely in the hands of federal judge kimba wood who's a veteran of the bench and let's talk about her in this case involving the president with npr justice correspondent ryan lucas is here in the studio hey ryan good morning so what can you tell us about this judge well judge kimba wood she got her law degree from harvard back in nineteen sixty nine worked in private practice in new york city for almost two decades and then she was nominated by president ronald reagan to the bench for the southern district of new york in nineteen eightyseven several years later she was under consideration to be president clinton's attorney general she ultimately withdrew and that was kind of at the last minute after the white house found out that she had had in the legal immigrant working as a babysitter wasn't illegal at the time but the white house reportedly told her to withdraw anyway because of fears of a public backlash but she's been in the spotlight several times over the course of her career handle a number of cases the most recent one before this this this cohen matter would have been in two thousand ten when she presided over the case against ten russian sleeper agents russian spies that the fbi had arrested in a counterintelligence investigation i think that's why i remember her name being in the news for that story so in the coen case though can we talk about what exactly she is deciding i mean it revolves around how to handle potential attorney client privilege and the material that was seized by the fbi from cohen's office is every exactly so at monday's hearing she knocked down a request from the president to let him review the materials that were taking in.
Trump lawyers fight to shield materials in FBI raid of Michael Cohen's offices
"This information to do this yeah i don't think trump needs me to tell of anything or you to tell them anything of course this is a consideration but it's not gonna happen you know trump has been warned about firing muller so that's not gonna happen i think you brought that up early in the phone call but also you got to let this you gotta let this play out and see what muller has and you know do i think that muller has gone beyond the scope i do but at this point even staunch republicans are saying you can't fire rosenstein you can't fire muller gotta let this play out and see what happens but i think that there could be some pardons down the road but it also depends on if they have any nasty goods on trump and what kind of predicament he might find himself in or not thanks for the call i onto a couple of things here first of all the judge has rejected the trump bid to block the access to the cohen material let's let's get on on what this this court issue is about and of course trump's attorneys they tagged along as well with the cohen attorneys now minutes after we close the show yesterday federal judge handed lawyers for the president and his own lawyer michael cohen a bit of a blow but the news wasn't all bad for trump's team this charges kimba wood it's a federal district judge federal district court in manhattan denied requests by cohen and trump to stop completely block prosecutors from reviewing the material seized from cohen's home his office his hotel room his safe deposit box by the fbi that's all the areas that the f b is that they rated now cohen's legal team had sought a temporary restraining order so they could review the files and then have the discretion as to why what ultimately gets handed over to prosecutors you know as far as nonprivileged items because the claim here is that there are privileged items here the government called that request unprecedented now judge would said cohen's attorney didn't understand the law which is a bit of.
Who is Kimba Wood, the judge presiding over the Michael Cohen case?
"World of politics media entertainment all of that even when you walk on water and you've done nothing wrong i know you know companies are forced to pay certain irritants to go away mel who is this judge the judge is kimba would ring a bell she's presiding over this case against president donald trump's personal attorney michael cohen and she was nominated early on by then president bill clinton to serve as the attorney general in nineteen ninetythree now i know the name it's it's it's an interesting name it's different i know you remember it kimba wood and now you know are you remember.
"kimba" Discussed on 710 WOR
"I have no idea i was inside i see him jogging in the park every now and again but no i mean that just would have been the trifecta hey stormy and and and don't forget kimba wood former playboy bunny the judge now you got dumped the judge she's a former playboy bunny you know kimba wood was she wearing a rabbit ears in the courtroom now stopping i knew she was nominated to the supreme court that's about the history of former playboy bunny aaron katersky abc news correspondent who who's in the courtroom yesterday so what is the next step because nothing was definitively settled yesterday in this case trump's legal team and then everybody will will start to to go through it to see what's privileged and what's not and ultimately in all of this at some point soon federal prosecutors are going to dig into this material because remember michael cohen has been under investigation for months for suspicion of of committing crimes that may relate to bank fraud or or campaign finance violations and and the white house has told us privately that what's in michael cohen files is potentially more damaging to the president than anything on robert muller's desk and and so that's why this case is really really important we don't know but i if you know when when you start moving large sums of money around there is certainly at the very least a chance you run afoul of federal banking laws all right aren't kentucky abc news correspondent in the courtroom yesterday go go look for eliot spitzer and have a good day okay sounds like night court crazy with so much going on well he's in the courtroom he didn't know the spitzer was outside talking to reporters about trump i was crazy crazy deal all right now it's hilarious stormy daniels and kimba wood and same courtroom i love sean hannity's name unveiled number three baby a students murder is rocking a new york college and you know those protests are continuing at starbucks two huge stories when we come back plus your next chance to the thousand dollars is at nine zero five here on seven ten w o r right now bernie fighter has michael it is not easy heading across.
Judge still considering how to handle Trump documents in Cohen case
"Washington lawyers for michael cohen president trump's personal attorney were in federal court in manhattan yesterday are you that those files and other material seized in last week's raids on cohen's office in home should be off limits to prosecutors michael cohen was peppered with questions as he arrived at the federal courthouse in lower manhattan in his lawyers as well as attorneys for president trump told judge kimba wood documents and data seized an fbi raids last week are protected by attorney client privilege and should not be read by prosecutors correspondent jeff gays would deny the motion but said you might decide to appoint a so called special master neutral lawyer help decide what if any materials should remain confidential a bizarre case of murder and stolen identify involving minnesota grandmother and a lookalike in florida mark strassmann reports valence video shows fifty six year old grandmother lois reese targeting fifty nine year old pamela hutchinson in a fort myers bar the two women looked alike a fatal coincidence for hutchinson detective say reese murdered her then stole her white acura credit cards and her identity lee county undersheriff carmine marsinah he's an absolute cold blooded murderer greece's also suspected in her husband's shooting death in minnesota in late march rees who police say loves to gamble stopped at different casinos before drive into fort myers earlier this month and meeting hutchinson actor harry anderson is dead he played a manhattan judge in the tv comedy night court is that okay and that's contempt chuckle one day in the county jail what you think being us up anderson was found dead in his home in north carolina yesterday morning no cause of death given foul play not suspected he was sixty five years old todays tax day two thousand eighteen due to the fact that the usual tax deadline fifteenth was a sunday and yesterday was emancipated day in washington dc so.
"kimba" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Hello everybody mark levin here our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one this judge kimba would go to google her she's got quite an odd pass i'm quite serious and by the way this federal judge kimba wood who's overseeing this case involving michael cohen she's going to be performing the nondenominational sirmo owning the wedding for george soros is this recent mr callscreener oh she did back in september twenty twenty thirteen for george soros who was eighty three at the time and his bride to meco bolton who was forty two at the time kimba wood is i well known leftist let's be honest i know hey attacking a federal judge not on are we only tact conservative supreme court justices we only have tacked clarence thomas the neal gorsuch allied to talk about liberal judges kimba wood is a leftist she you might recall she was the second person bill clinton nominated to be attorney general but she had a problem with legal aliens or something or like can't remember off the top of my head shasta was involved in some kind of a what was it a fair maybe i'm trying to do this off the top of my head so don't hold me to it you can check it yourself but of course she's the greatest judge who ever lived now because she's involved in this case and she praised the southern district of new york laura's there aren't any better you know during any better this is the way the local wabc station reported this on tv a federal judge rejected a request from president donald trump and his personal lawyer and by the way i said donald trump would ascend his lawyers memory into this court and say wait a minute we wanna see the the warrant we want to protect our clients records so she rejected a request from the president's lawyers and michael cohen freight temporary restraining order that would have kept federal prosecutors from reading files seized and rates last week judge kimba.
"kimba" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"This is just outrageous isn't it five one five two eight four hundred forty two eight four ten forty i mean i'm looking at this you know i've looked fox i've looked to cnn i've looked cbs no point am i gaining an understanding as to why the judge ordered this is judge kimba wood ordered the honey to name a client cnn puts it like this judge kimba wood order to attend to provide information about his clients as she weighs an emergency action by coincidence ernie's to stop prosecutors from reviewing more than a dozen electronic devices and documents seized during an fbi rate of cohen's office home and hotel room last week right so cullens attorneys ah trying to protect that privilege with that clients during the course of this at the hearing today the judge says you will name your clients and that's how we got the name of sean hannity two will end sean hannity again i've known michael a long long time let me be very clear to the media michael never represented me in any matter i never retained him in the traditional sense is a retain as retaining a lawyer i never received an invoice from michael i never paid legal fees to michael but i have occasionally have brief discussions with him about legal questions about which i wanted his input and perspective and i assume that those confrontation conversations where attorney client confidential now i gotta tell you good buddy of mine is an attorney i have a bunch of eventually and every now and again i'm my ask him a legal question and i am making exactly the same assumption i'm not expecting expensive bill i don't get a bill on ever paid legal fees when i'm asking my buddies fulfull on advice but just hey what do you think about this that seems to be what sean hannity is saying so five on five two eight four hundred forty two eight four.
"kimba" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Knowing i'm greg rice on ten ten wins news time four forty to president trump's personal attorney and fixer has been forced to reveal that another one of his clients is sean hannity michael collins lawyers argued in federal court in manhattan today that they could not identify the parks news host because he asked that his name not be disclosed in connection with the fbi seizure of cohen's files but judge kimba wood made one of the lawyers identify anyway on his radio show hannity says he has an informal relationship with the trump lawyer i never received an invoice from michael i never paid legal fees to michael but i have occasionally had brief discussions with him about legal questions about which i wanted his input and perspective or an star stormy daniels also was in court as cohen's attorneys tried to persuade the judge that many of his seized files and electron devices are protected by attorney client privilege her lawyer michael avenue says the president's man is on a slippery slope michael cohen was making any recordings of anyone without their permission i think that could pose a serious serious problem for michael cohen wins news time four fortythree a change in transgender policy in new york city jails officials say inmates will now be housed alongside the gender they identify with so new york follow san francisco in creating a policy to accommodate transgender inmates city human rights commissioner and milanez says respecting people's gender identity is key to treating them with respect city owned buildings like schools and recreation centers already have to let people use bathrooms of the.
"kimba" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"The history and before we get into happiness for the rest of the night i want to get your reaction to princes fans have just gone ballistic attacking justin timberlake over his super bowl halftime show because he merely showed a video of prince when he was doing some of his stuff well you know a case they think timberlake i've been i can't speak for what's in kimba lakes mind but they would like to think that is intentions are noble in this and he's a tremendously talented performer but but you can see the difference between him in prince in that performance that that the the kind of passion and and pathos that prince brought to that song is something that that timberlake for all his tremendous donald's i think doesn't get and i do uh and i'm a they took my how to one of the uh radio people here who pointed this out uh question the song i would die for you uh as as the song you want to pay tribute to him on now is so close to his death i i i i i don't think timberlake meant any uh disrespect or anything like that the the prince uh a twitter i've fans said basically you know prince never even got along with justin timberlake hardly even newin i'll cady how dare he use him like that i i didn't see it that way you know we and you write about the performance big difference princip was truly a superstar and and people up to her.