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"kobe hall" Discussed on WTMJ 620
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"kobe hall" Discussed on WTMJ 620
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"kobe hall" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Of Kobe Bryant's last game in the NBA and bitter sweet a lot of memories as people look back on that sixty point performance you here a couple of the highlights with John Ireland on the Lakers radio network and it was mom today it was mom a day on Monday April thirteenth them I can still remember watching that game and watching a good portion of that game an elderly Kobe Bryant who is dominating and of course his teammates were feeding him and of course the whole idea was to send Kobe out on this incredibly high note which the Lakers debt against the Utah Jazz they got that victory and Bryant rode off into the sunset to cap his twenty year NBA career of course late January we lost Kobe Bryant and his daughter and seven others in a helicopter crash in Calabasas California and even as we watch those highlights and remember the exclamation point to Kobe's hall of fame career he he will be honored in the hall of fame this summer there is that painful memory that his wife was recalling on Instagram on Monday and I wanted to it to read these words to you I don't think it's callous or unfeeling of sports fans in the American public should be so focused now on what's happening in the United States with a corona virus pandemic in the way that it has interrupted not just sports because that's only a piece of it but the economy so many industries family life keeping families and friends apart least in person and some of our elderly relatives who are red skin or in danger having to stay extremely isolated so challenging spring and almost all of our efforts as a nation have gone into surviving this spring coming out on the other side but there have been points over the last three weeks where Kobe's name Kobe's face Kobe's family has has come to my mind and I think while rewinds six weeks ago and there was the public memorial service for Kobe member was on two twenty four and we heard all of the tributes we saw all the tears we watched Vanessa Bryant struggle to talk about Kobe in the relationship and the retirement and yet it's not as though he's been forgotten or that the family's been forgotten but time moves on and sometimes it's cruel and in in what feels like a cruel twist the majority of the world is had to focus on the corona virus pandemic and no doubt at times Vanessa her girls have felt like they've been completely forgotten it replaced although it's got to be hard to heal publicly as well and she was always much more private than Kobe but she did post this on Instagram on Monday my husband worked his **** off for twenty years gave it his all all he wanted was to spend time with our girls and need to make up for lost time he wanted to be there for every single milestone in special moments in our girls lives he only got to enjoy three years and nine months of retirement we had two more daughters he wanted Oscar he opened granted the studio's EVA became a five time bestselling author and coach John is basketball team in that time she worked hard and gave her all seven days a week just like her Daddy I wish I could go back to that morning every day I wish they had a normal local game on January twenty sixth life truly is unfair this is just senseless so yeah regardless of whether or not Kobe is still top of mind it's natural it's normal I'm not criticizing anyone we we talked about Kobe for weeks and weeks we honored Kobe's legacy and we really were shocked and stunned as a nation of sports fans after that helicopter crash in the Sunday but even as the the world moves on and has to focus its efforts somewhere else you still got this family that is struggling and this widow who's struggling so as it was hard to read her comments reminding me that I still need to continue to pray for his family yeah that was six weeks ago a memorial service well three he passed away in late January right in the memorial service was February twenty fourth and yet it feels like a lifetime ago gosh what a start to twenty twenty we've had whether you're looking at it through a sports lands are looking at it just through the lens of most Americans you can follow me on Twitter a little radio always good to hear from you also on our Facebook page after hours with Amy.
"kobe hall" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"You should watch it even that should watch it and you should listen to it tonight because yeah I think you're going to be touched. You know it's amazing Like there's we We're we're right now in this place where we want to What we work and it's hard to work through it but like everybody everybody associated with this like it's an honor to be a part of it right now like everybody? WHO's GonNa eh be there tonight? It's an honor to have a ticket to get inside to just be there. Oh you know what you mentioned the ticket thing. I want to point this out to stubhub I mentioned that the tickets stuff up to over eleven hundred dollars each Here's a message. You get that if you go on. Step up to buy the tickets in honor uh of the legacy of the Great Kobe. Bryant and his Goddard G. G. stubhub is donating one hundred percent of the fees of tickets. Sold for this game to the Kobe. And Vanessa Vanessa Bryant Family Foundation So that's nice of them to do We'll be back Mesa. You'RE GONNA you're going to a head over cool. Hang with you guys. If you want your show hang out we'd rather have you stay. Yeah okay stay. One more than Rachel Nichols is going to call in in a couple of minutes to Mason and Ireland seven ten. ESPN thanks for being with us. All Week seven ten. ESPN Mason Jason Ireland. Momo's hanging out It has been Tonight I think has a chance to Chance to return to some level of of routine I think it will be better once game. Start to get played again in Ramona. What's interesting and you know nobody's been talking about the actual games themselves? But we're on a plane soon as this ends to go to Sacramento and play up there tomorrow night clippers last night did a very nice. Yeah thing for Kobe and then Sacramento. Just blitzed him. You Ain't them by twenty. Yep now quite Leonard didn't play set might have been it but Paul George did. Yeah Paul George he was. It was Paul's I this came back in nine games. So we'll give him that The the clippers did a really nice tribute. I thought it was how they always cover up all the Lakers jerseys. They didn't uncover-up Kobe's Yup. Last night it was really cool. I wonder decide. I think they're covering up up except for Kobi's would make sense. Hey I'm looking at Lebron on. You just sent out his tattoo instagram. Do you think there's going to be. I would imagine. There's going to be a lot of copycat tattoos now tattoo Tattoo industry a boost already a lot of Kobe. Tattoos out there is the same one. Do we know we know he has attributed Koby. We don't know doughnuts the same same one but they both went and got new new tattoos. Is this week Yeah it's I stuff starting to leak out we're not going to ruin it and in case you're going to the game but it's going to be it's going to be incredibly memorable memorable. They'll be I think people that are there are going to be will remember it for the rest of their life. So I mean I been to. You know ten thousand games but this is My guess is anybody WHO's inside staple center. Tonight's going to remember it forever. I've talked to a lot of people who were debating whether they wanted to go tonight. People real close close to this right and Do you WanNa go is it. You know everybody's been in in this all week and it's almost so overwhelming coming tonight That I think some people are going to go and some people just can't yet And so I think it's like there's this feeling of like you want it'd be close to it. I know everyone in the city wants to be close to it. They they WANNA be connected to it because that's what we do in times like this so Wherever you're going to watch this Just it just be with be with people that you love basically. There's going to be overwhelming whether you're here in the building or not You know I've covered Laker Championship. Parades right and it's just just you don't realize how how many people in the city Love the Lakers. But also come together for the Lakers until you go to one of those parades man well I mean. AG The estimates that Couple of hundred thousand people have been through the Alley Live Plaza since Sunday. Yeah and it's It's amazing just Seeing that you know the genius often said this to me she goes you know. We own the Lakers. But we're just the custodians of LLC like this is this is L. A.'s. Team and they we have this The they understand the responsibility that they have I wrote a story today where I kind of talked about what Genie G.. Bias in Rob Lincoln and some of the people were doing when this all happen You know they found out and the first thing everybody was just got in a car went to Orange County and and and and I don't know if you can appreciate just how close Rob Lincoln. Kobe were genie. Genius was to Kobe. Everyone with the Lakers Asian. And they she. She told me promoted. That where you're going has been the most astounding thing I actually no I think the most astounding thing thing. That's come out of this is that rob and GM have found a way to express hope and move on. Because if I kept I kept repeating beaten this whenever I said if they can do we can do it. Yeah and I think there's this moment where like they are going through the just hell and personally but they also know what they mean to the city as symbols right like you know Cini buses the Queen Laker nation. Like people they they're gonNA look to her and Rob Pelinka is the leader of this franchise and he was on the court yesterday with the team. All right about how tough it is For Jeannie how tough it his forearm and there there was a pressure to get tonight right to produce this event and event worthy of Kobe's legacy So amidst the grieving All these voices were necessary to to get tonight right. And you know the stuff we've been here in It's just It sounds like it's going to be unbelievable We just the Lakers just tweeted a picture of the brawn. James is locker and those of us who've covered the team knows same locker. Kobe Bryant used And hanging next to Lebron James is locker is Kobe Bryant. I mean he's he's going to be in that spot spy and he you know. He put that out there and his instagram posts. Like he knows he's gotTa do this for Kobe he he. You know his shoulders bride. He said he has guide to give them the strength to. I do this 'cause I think whether you know they want to say we're doing for Kobe win it you know it is it just is it's going to be the whole. I mean the Lakers were planning Kobe's hall of fame induction this year. They were planning the Statue of him out in front of Staples Center this year. And what do you do now like like what does hall of fame do what it. What do they do with the statue? Like the whole season the whole year and for years beyond this is is. We're going to think about about this when you think about it. I mean tonight and I'm sure the Super Bowl is going to do a tribute to Kobe and The all-star break is is going to celebrate the life of Kobe. And as you said the statue the hall of fame I mean at some point a public memorial I would I would assume mean all these stinks It's good that we're going to have all these moments to celebrate right now. It hurts really bad But I think it will will move to a point where we can celebrate the the life and the career of Kobe's we get towards later in the year Rachel title Nichols is GonNa Check in in a couple of minutes. Don't forget if you're coming to the game The Lakers are asking that everybody be in their seats at seven o'clock sharp. I know that's tough if you live in L._A. seven o'clock sharp And you want to be there in ready for what is going to be a really special night Mason Ireland seven ten e._s._p._N...
"kobe hall" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Game was that postponed last night in T. and T. did a special but I'm kind of I'm by NBA on TNT special where they talked about Kobe and they had a Shaquille o'neal heartbroken Evers little brother Kobe was untimely passing Dwyane Wade in Charles Barkley they reflected on of course Kobe Shaq did break down in tears during his emotional speech he was sharing is their best Kobe memory shack brought the whole room to tears including himself thinking about the things that you can't get back like joking about at Kobe's hall of fame ceremony we're not going to be able to say hi I got five you got four shack joked in a that's the only thing I wish I could say something to him again it was a I did not see all of it so I watch a little bit of this morning I was asleep before clock yesterday afternoon yeah I also need to shut it down apparently apparently because I woke up about eight thirty and my wife was so what time is that eight thirty went well good night I'm going to bed yeah yeah so yeah citing it see it but I did watch a little bit of it this morning more details are well I guess they recovered some bodies yeah bodies of Kobe Bryant and three others were found and they're still up there will look at it she did that the terrain is just so treacherous those hard to get up there in the debris field is so big mass size of two football fields and that's just amazing it's amazing I can get this thing to stop your what's going on are actors and eight thank you that feedback is driving me crazy is what it is that is how fun it does I I the only thing I would recommend is maybe turning down the Mike level maybe that might I'm got everything down I got it down lower than it's ever been I still sensed Haney okay but I can still hear you there otherwise other than it sounds funny in my head I don't know so I can doing a lot of things something in my head thanks Dave all rights are coming up we'll get into the trumps lawyers resting their case in the us an impeachment trial did catch some of that yesterday every.
"kobe hall" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"Night in a row good evening everybody across the country thank you all for listening I've been humbled with the response of part of the program especially last night was a tough night it's tough that's have not to do a show I heard as act Gelb said earlier it's the kind of show that as a talk show host you never want to do I mean especially in the sports talker you know we like to come in here this time of year talk football talk about the Superbowl talk about all the craziness that goes on this here in Miami South Beach adds an additional element everything by it's hard it's hard with the news of Kobe Bryant and these are these are tough shows these are tough times tough days for sports fans and even last night I was really are really shocked to hear from a lot of non sports fans who called up and said I'm not a big basketball person haven't really seen much of Kobe as a player but obviously know about I mean just knew about is his mentality and a lot of his a lot of his work his post career work and that's one of the messages that we kept coming back to last night as well as fantastic in great as Kobe's hall of fame career wise that wasn't it he was really in the midst of what looks like a promising in meaningful second act and one of the sadder parts of this tragedy is that he's never gonna be given a chance to complete that second act so we've been reflecting on Kobe Bryant his life and they're all they're all the things he did all the things that he means to so many people across country across the world we're going to continue to do that as well here tonight as we mix and some football talk last are you heard from Kristin for yeah a Superbowl champion with the patriots wanted Tom Brady's former teammates afternoon drive host and W. E. I. in Boston he broke the news today that long time patriots offensive line coach dot this car Nikita will leave the team usually you hear the news about an offense of line coach leaving you go okay who cares but as for you told us that's a big deal in his opinion of pumps of the probability of Brady leaving the patriots from eighty percent to ninety percent Carnacki was I'm French but this coaching staff that in trenches with the patriots that entrance for Tom Brady so that's a big deal because as we said even know it's forty nine his chiefs and what's a great match ups there what's great storylines there were to get into next segment with Tyler done enough already for bleacher report Tom Brady's uncertain status continues to hang over the big game so we've been mixing that in as well here.
"kobe hall" Discussed on The Free Agents
"Happy great man. The best thing that has to go out and and fans come up to me and she'll be standing next to me and it'd be like you gotTa have a boy you gotTa have a boy. Somebody carry on the tradition the legacy just like. Oh I got this doc got this I know I hug my daughter. Pretty frigging hard today and I'm sure a lot of people are too because it just reaches so many people and and he attacked not not only did he. Transition transition want to being a father and like from you know from the social media world who the heck knows what's really happening with Kobe Bryant but that's all they posted about and and and not only did he attacked that'd be attacked his his his dreams and his wishes of of being a producer and and writing children's books and giving a crap about would he gave the crap about and really working at it. And so the work ethic like just transitioned from twenty years of being a basketball player to really being and I think they're the competitive edge kind of it kind of faded away in a in the basketball world like he wasn't. He didn't talk trash on twitter anymore but he he's just big up to everybody. He was so encouraging to everybody. You are going to be the MVP to Yannis and to everybody just so much support and and obviously players looked up to him in a major way and he was able to really to navigate that really well and still attack life and and like as former president. Barack Obama tweeted. He was legit on the court. Just getting started in what would have been just as meaningful a second act and as from from a very special person was a very special words because who the heck knows like you said. It's true three and a half years since he retired and he was able to accomplish a lot went an Oscar and and right kids books and and really attack life with what he wanted to do. He told how he wanted to be more than a basketball player when he retired. And a lot of guys say that but they don't sort of take on something else but Kobe did in these things. You're talking about here with the with the Oscar like he actually really tried his best and he put him put himself in a position to to back up his words like that and it would have been so easy for him to take a cushy Media Media Job coaching role somewhere. You know. He didn't need the money but he needed that stimulation. That basketball wasn't going to be able to give him any more and he wanted to try something something else ad in a in a different field and just had incredible success with it and you know he Again when you when you see transition into dead Kobe. That's something that you know. Some of us can relate to where you see like he you know he had some struggles as a deadlock. All of us through where it's like you know sleepless nights and and kids drive you crazy. But he was always there and determined to make sure because he missed out on much being a player that he wanted to not miss at anymore now that he was no longer. You know the guy who was committed to playing basketball for a living. Am I going too far saying like when you got the tax the tweet it felt like someone in your own family. Take your immediate reaction to it. Did to me and I don't know that that's just because of what the nature of what we've done we've made a basketball show for what near in fifteen years now. So he's an entire basically entire career. We've been watching his fans and then before and did the spiralling into the show. It's like you know we don't have a real connection with them. We did the video with them. And All all star weekend. You're right task. I was so much fun. Hawk hilarious task trying to get Kobe. Do apologized for scoring eighty-one against the Raptors But you know we didn't like we. We're talking to Kobe him on the show all the time stuff like that. But he's just because he's the one word guy it's always talking about him and and we talked go on forever to like. I talked about Kobe. Bryant in middle school with my friends I talked about him in college with that set of friends. I've talked about a lot with you. You guys since then. I had group texts this past week about. WHO's the greatest of all time? Michael Kobi or Lebron your. We'll never stop talking about Kobe. Bryant but we've been talking about him he's been part of our lives for twenty five years. Yeah definitely hits hard. I remember when he was first drafted and he came into the League. And I'd heard about these young guy out of high school athletic. I Don. His Dad used to play. This is ran ninety. Six Ninety seven so basketball at that point still wasn't mainstream Australia so you you know you saw clips on the news or wherever. I'M GONNA think. Geez pretty pretty athletic. This guy is like he he sort of looks like Jordan young Jordan there but you know a lot of guys can do that in the first couple of years. Will this guy be able to live up to it. And then it wasn't until the finals in two thousand against the Pacers were actually sore on that on the big stage him step up and he was only twenty twenty one then maybe twenty two but he like all of a sudden. This guy already is delivering the clock in the playoffs in the finals. On the road for the Lakers. Like we might actually have the next Jordan and had the Kufra. We looked cool. He was big he had he could throw down those dunks. He could hit the big shots but he also seemed to have that like. I'm way better than everyone else on the court. You know he had that swag and which I that something like that or like all today you heard every talking head saying the number one thing is like the competitive nature right. You just worked harder. This always blows my mind. And it's like all these guys in the NBA to make it to that level. They are working everybody else to get to that level but even at the most elite level of professional basketball there's another level level for the very few that these guys who've worked. Trust me harder than anyone you know to make it there in the first place or even going like. WHOA no? That's different. That's crazy crazy to me when you think about it. It's one thing for us to be like that's crazy but like they're they're they're and tasks point that's why he's been able was able to succeed away from basketball immediately as well to the just the drive to be the best at what he was doing. I saw a tweet from Jeff starts. WHO RUNS IN STREET CLOTHES ABOUT OUT? it's like an injury database. He was talking about an article. Brad for Baxter homes with doing on Cobain who say I WANNA I wanNA double check these injuries here. I got forty one. Sounds like a lot over twenty career to miss. Time for forty-one injuries the real number one hundred and forty one. Kobe played through one hundred and forty-one injuries while he was playing in the NBA. That's like insane. The guy took free throws with a torn Achilles. pinching it together so it wouldn't fall apart so you could actually walk off the court. The desire to be great and the desire to be mentioned ginned amongst the greatest of all time is insane for Kobe. And that's why we talk about him so much. Yeah and hopefully his legacy will be the Not Not just basketball. But I think he was. He was on his way to really affecting The women's game because he was Like as Rebecca Lobo tweeted today. Rebecca Lobo said No. NBA Player supported Wnba or women's college basketball more than Kobe attended games watched on TV coach next generation. We pray for his family family and I think he would have swung like whether you know John would have been a WNBA player. I think he would have swung it to to even bigger heights. I think that would have just been part of his legacy and hopefully it continues that way other legacy other than his three children which obviously will be a a huge part of it. I I just think that he he wasn't done and that's the sad thing like there was a lot more to be had other than his plan career. And that's that's uh-huh yeah I mean I saw a lot of people tweeting. This idea. Chris Mannix is one of them. You know I wonder what they will do it all star weekend right around the corner in Chicago. I think Chris says team Lebron. Maybe they're all wearing number eights and team is all wear number twenty four. That's that seems like a no brainer to do something like that You know a lot of people love that idea but yeah I I keep coming back like. We're not gonNA get the Kobe Hall of fame speech. We're not gonNA see the statue. The Kobe statue was him. When valiente install like those things like you put all that work for the twenty years and then it's like just taken from you like that in the helicopter crash? Yeah it's it's it's one of those moments where you try to find the right words but it doesn't seem that they're out there really you know it's just it's a feeling and it's an emotion than and It's you know we're GONNA go to bed tonight. Wake up in the morning and heart that this is not real and I It's funny remember Ten years ago I was just started working at the score and I was building a World Cup feature on the soccer World Cup and I was trying to get any stop. Plaza could the Lakers are in town in Toronto. So obviously everyone's trying to get Kobe Bryant and eat any didn't do any media before the game. After the game the Lakers lost but two points cubby. Cubby missed the game winner. That would a three point of the given the game and he missed that and In the scrum afterwards. Obviously everyone's just waiting for Kobe and he talked about it talked about the game he wasn't he wasn't Dannon. atty answered the questions. Yeah missed the shot or whatever Blah Blah Blah and afterwards. I was just standing there with the mark with the cameraman. And I'm like well. This says mom shot. This is my shot. Koby is right here if I want to try to get him. It's going to be right now and I just said. Excuse me Kobe. Something like that and I said I'm doing a feature on the World Cup of news time in Italy. Can I just ask you goes like Yeah Sherman and so Ryan Stratton was the camry. Get that Cameron right now. Right now and I just blurted leading out like five crazy questions to anything Bailey on the payroll at the school wasn't really sure you're not supposed to the Kobe. Great athlete did you ever try soccer. And he's like tried to be and then I said I was talking about Italy. I said what immediately edited. They got a chance he said Yeah. They're they're chance yet. But I'm going for America of course and then I said give me a score in Italian for the final. What does that mean said like USA neo was five nil and thanksgiving? I came home to to Roxana and I just like walked in the door. I said I can't believe I just got Kobe. I got him I got him. I have no idea has going to turn out. It's blurred some crazy. He stuff at him but he answered it and it was probably only ninety seconds but to me it was just like Oh my God i hit the Jackpot and At fortunately similar similar with us when we got him at all star weekend early days that Phoenix. Now there's two thousand ten Dallas Dallas. Yeah we're lucky to get him and a and very much likely I mean he. Kobe was extremely gracious but he had a young task smells yelling. I mean I was yelling yelling because it was extremely loud in that room but also because he had literally hundreds of screaming fans yelling at him. So even though I had a microphone in my hand and and it's supposed to take in your voice and amplify it. I yelled as loud as I could because I thought Kobe couldn't hear me. He was gracious basis. He was very very gracious. He was he was calm and handled my stupid questions. Not The Russians are stupid and dumb questions for sure. He handled them very well. I'm surprised he could hear what I was saying. I just nervous so sweaty. There was little it was February or January. It was freezing in Toronto. I was perspiring heavily in the locker room and I said this recently I think here on the podcast which is another reason. This is so weird. It's like when we started the show back in two thousand six. Fix You know. Mid January will the Kobe goes for eighty one against the raptors. Like a few days later I mean it was probably like the second thin show. We then we're talking about uh-huh percent right which is sort of just surreal Yeah no IT'S A it's a it's it sucks has no other way to put it. It's so sat is just damned. Damned depressing is what it is do you have. I mean just because we're like I like this. I'm glad we're doing this because talking to note and I don't I hope people are digging this as well but do you have a favorite Kobe like game or moment or like what will you when you. Somebody says Kobe ten years twenty years from now. Where will the angle right away? The first Kobe thing that I ever liked was the two thousand six playoffs against the sun's where he's part of the huge steel on Steve Nash. Half Courtney gums down and he hits the game tying shot with point seven left in regulation and it's like a floater. That somehow goes off the glass. Despite the fact that he's on the baseline I was like I don't know how all somebody makes. That shot let alone makes that shot at that moment of the game in the playoffs to send it to overtime like the touch. Just the fact that he had every single shot in the bag was amazing and onset over time wins the jump ball dribbles straight to spot straight to the Right Elbow pops. The game winning jumper from the free throw line pulled the jerseys of the side..
"kobe hall" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Worse now have no idea what the this is like a dagger to my heart right now my most why am C. like Tom Brady tweeted we already miss you Kobe hall of Famer Scotty Pippen said I'm stunned words can't even come close to describing it just an incredibly sad and tragic day NBA games still going on as scheduled the nuggets in rocket tell the moment of silence prior to the game the rockets are had fifty three fifty two late in the first half in San Antonio both the spurs and raptors intentionally took twenty four second violations in honor of Kobe is the crowd chanted his name raptors ahead there twenty nine twelve late in the first quarter Super Bowl fifty four in a week one sign of progress the forty Niners the chief will arrive in Miami for the big game today at the Pro Bowl they also in a moment of silence for Kobe Bryant twenty four fourteen AFC at the half that the farmers insurance open marketplace made a three stroke lead through eleven holes Rory McElroy is behind I'm people Carthy wake up with D. A. Damon a mental Laura mornings from six to ten eastern on C. B. S. sports radio like us on Facebook at Facebook dot com slash CBS sports radio for exclusive content backspace dot com slash C. B. S. sports radio as part of monumental sports and entertainment commitment to making a social impact monumental foundation and the Washington Capitals wizards and go go are teaming up to raise.
"kobe hall" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"And it. Washington's home for variety Sam Smith. on ninety seven point one wash FM. I I need to. the strings. Hollywood for U. showbiz buzz at ninety seven point one wash FM the time is five thirty nine what's going on man not sure if you watch any of the host Liz primetime Emmy awards last night but was a big night for H. B. O. a total of a hundred and thirty seven Emmy nominations including a record breaking thirty two nominations for game of thrones it ended up taking home the award for outstanding drama series among a bunch of others now Amazon prime's lead bag was the biggest winner of the night they got four awards in was an upset for a lot of categories because a lot of people I've even heard of that comedy watch it now we gotta watch flea bag right also believe Porter became the first openly gay black man to win the lead actor award was for his role in the FX program pose you can get a complete rundown of winners at wash FM dot com now another I heart radio music festival also in the books and this year is certainly had some amazing performances the line up included Miley Cyrus Camilla Kobe hall Z. and so much more do not worry if you miss it though because the C. W. is going to air two night TV special on October second and October third and if you can't wait until then we of course have lots of amazing highlights for you on our website wash FM dot com the twenty nineteen Versace fashion show close with the bank in.
"kobe hall" Discussed on The Young Turks
"And in that she detailed her rape allegations against Donald Trump. Now, the story did not get much attention. This was published on Friday, and it was not a cover story anywhere there was a lot of conversation about it on Twitter. But most mainstream news organizations didn't cover it, and I'm gonna take responsibility. We didn't cover it, but I have a reason for that, I honestly, wanted to wait for the story to breathe, because we don't break news. Right. We do an analysis, and I felt that I needed to wait and see how the story was going to develop before we actually shared our opinion on it. But nonetheless, the fact that it wasn't covered by journalists who have the resources to actually investigate into to ask the questions they didn't really do Jews this, or treat this as a. News story last Friday. And so when I was on reliable sources over the weekend, Brian, Stelter, brought the topic up. Let's take a look. He came out with a statement on Friday denying that he ever met the woman, even though the story in New York magazine had a picture of them together at a party. So you have some of these headlines, just taking the president's denial of face value, and not mentioning this photograph which have been published five or six hours earlier. Now there's two things I don't understand on a number one is if the president's going to put out a statement denying something didn't know about the picture. I didn't someone talking about the picture didn't someone talking about the story I has evidence ever stopped him from lying before I guess that's part of the point, not only does he lie with the evidence clear evidence right in front of him. He'll continue to lie and he'll attack the media as the enemy if they report the truth about what's going on. What's devastating about this story is now there are dozens of women who have made similar allegations against him? And it appears that. He has the strategy of refusing to apologize refusing to acknowledge anything refusing to acknowledge that he's in the wrong, sometimes he has the strategy of do not apologize. Just steamrolled through. The press forgets about things in my opinion, because the new cycle right now under this administration is flooded. So a great point, obviously, in Kobe hall, and mediate rode a similar piece explaining. Well, the news is things that are unique and surprising. Unfortunately, the president raping someone is no longer unique or surprising. And that is the horrible insane situation that we're in. So the to the point that it is not unique. He has been accused of sexual assault or sexual harassment in fifteen earlier cases. So this would be number sixteen and it's surprising. The president on tape says, I sexually assault women and says, I'm a celebrity get away with it. We heard him say it with his, you know. With his own voice. Although he then turns around and says, no, no. You're don't believe your lying ears. Right. And goes on to tonight things that we all know to be true, and we're in this conundrum with what do we do with a guy who? Yes, the whole country knows is a monster. But every time there's something new, you have to cover it. You have to cover New York Times did not put it on the new section at all. They put it under the book section because it's in her book, and even in the book section, as other journalists noted it was the fifteenth story in on Friday. Finally on Sunday, they covered it on. I believe page twenty seven but they covered Trump's denial of it rather than actual story today. The New York Times finally came out, and apologize as that was not appropriate way to covered, but he does keep theirs to different parts of the story. One is what he actually did. The other is how we've gotten used to what a horrible human being our president is any other president of my. Lifetime, if they were accused of rape, it would have been the biggest story of their entire administration. They were accused of cheating on their wives. If they were accused of cheating on their wives and, and using illegal campaign contributions in order to win the presidency. I mean, come on. I this is this is part of the issue, right? It's being normalized all of this..
"kobe hall" Discussed on KQED Radio
"My name's colby hall and i survived to fight with a boat propeller so he survived turns out the cuts he got were so clean and so deep that it allowed him to heal more quickly and as an aside driving up to vermont weekend we had stopped the florist and had this big debate my wife and i remind she was my fiance at the time about the color of tablecloths you would've thought on the drive up that the single biggest issue in our lives was the color of tablecloths at the wedding was the drive back from vermont after this accident you know we felt so lucky kobe halls of video producer for mtv what a story it happens inside that story you've got a classic example of what always happens in traumatic situation i learned this from one of the leading experts on stress robert suppose ski do you want me to incorporate your questions my answers regular conversation so do whatever you want to who teaches at stanford university who pointed out to me that these situations your body is taken over really by stress hormones that sort of alert tunnel vision time passage feels different that eight seconds feel like a took for hours afterward the stress hormones and that's mostly adrenaline doing that so you're flailing in the water and hit by a propeller from the boat and your leg is severed my my imagination is to people all right let's call the beliefs do you somehow the calm one is that part of this thing often that's the case and that's another piece of the stress response you shutdown pain perception it doesn't really hurt like you would think that was the weird thing like it didn't hurt pain is a very subjective state and if it's the right setting you blunt and it's not just guys and battled been grievously injured and they think the blood has been spattered on them from the guy and the stump is just kind of tingling and then they suddenly discovered but that's exactly what you do with pain perception when you twist your ankle and the company softball game and you hardly even notice it too in the face of a major physical stressor not only is there this tunnel clarity and sensory whatever there's also blocking of pain this in the moment ness and you know we all experience at some point or other.
"kobe hall" Discussed on KQED Radio
"My name's colby hall and i survived a fight with a boat propeller so he survived turns out the cuts he got were so clean and so deep that it allowed him to heal more quickly and as an aside driving up to vermont that weekend we had stopped the florist and had this big debate my wife and i remind she was my fiance at the time about the color of tablecloths you would've thought on the drive up that the single biggest issue on our lives was the color tablecloths at the wedding was the drive back from vermont after this axiom you know we felt so lucky kobe halls a video producer for mtv what a story yeah it happens inside that stir you've got a classic example of what always happens in a traumatic situation i learned this from one of the leading experts on stress robert supposed ski do you want me to incorporate your questions my answers regular conversation so you can do whatever you want to who teaches at stanford university who pointed out to me that these situation your body is taken over really by stress hormones that's that's sort of a learning tunnel vision time passage fields different the eight seconds feel like it took for hours afterward is that the stress hormones and that's mostly adrenaline doing that so you're flailing in the water and hit by propeller from the boat and your leg is severed my magic nation there's two people in the duck but you say all right let's call the police do you somehow the calm one is that part of this thing often that's the case and that's another piece of the stress response.
"kobe hall" Discussed on WGTK
"Anantha arini was keeping the gun from former he had tell you what honey i know a quiet little spot across town or we eat dance anything we want united tony about gambling it's a care little place baby they got a knock banda what a flush can you babble while he say today well what you'll barely a day oh you're asking me to step me china has outlined has that mass a little guy we got nothing to worry about let i thought you always said the rare the crowd in never know what they really think but this now back if you will pardon me mr lam closing i'm going home and start his cepa thank you and southern peru splendid performance i've enjoyed is a clear incentive spent very much and is a regular suspense this now i'm looking forward to next week when marcus scott stars in crisis at powerful study in so spin obama beer by courtesy of at provo when mayor studios were users of julia misbehaved starring water pigeon a rearguard the might suspense play was written by kobe hall because he controlled by lucien away and conducted by lead lots of the entire production was under the direction of and told him leader next thursday same time you'll hear martha scott night switched oh this is cbs the columbia broadcasting system and that suspense from august twelve nineteen 48 with beware the.
"kobe hall" Discussed on WTMA
"And typing propaganda for the democrat party with very few exceptions kkob hall was on the fox news channel with tucker carlson last night tucker carlson who was a gun owner was challenging liberal colby hall kkob hauled typed up a peace an article that was full of left wing fantasies about how if you're just make murder illegal nobody will murder anybody anymore and if you make terrorism illegal and they think that white people are all the white men are the biggest threat to everything i love that whole story line two worlwide guard slav committed more flu terror in whilst twelve point four years the muslims of affiliated with author you know they they come up with formulas like that or formulae like that and it makes them feel better in their hatred i think is readiness and and i'm like well yeah sure a muslim men or one percent of the population muslim men or onehalf of 1 percent of the population and white people or of dyke seventy seven percent of the population so i would i would think if muslim none worth one percent onehalf percent were committing warcrimes than whiteman that that'd be pretty crazy and a boy that it'd be raqqa doodledoo that's that's pretty stupid metric to use but it's one that people that are high hostile two white men like to use because they're crazy they're racist and sexist and they're crazy but anyway kobe hall was on with the tucker carlson and he was challenging some of kobe halls assertions which were foolish and i just i was listening to have an marvelling at the density of the liberal mind on matters such as firearms the second amendment the law violations of law killings and and they're just they cut up always crazy steps but listen to what cobi hall of media i said yesterday legal illegal the it's impossible even characterize you have to listen to him kobe all the reason this was the most violent mass shooting in american history is that this assailant purchase these patients legally that he legally and modified his semiautomatic weapons tissue four hundred rounds a minute sir what the the reason it was the most deadly is because he legally bought something that he then used to illegally modify his gun and then he illegally shot people legally illegally he's talking presumably bought these bumps stocks bumps stocks are device you can buy on.
"kobe hall" Discussed on KOIL
"And typing propaganda for the democrat party with very few exceptions kobe hall was on the fox news channel with tucker carlson last night tucker carlson who was a gun owner was challenging liberal colby hall kkob hauled typed up a peace an article that was full of leftwing fantasies about how if you just make murder illegal nobody will murder any buddy anymore and if you make terrorism illegal and they think that white people are all the white men are the biggest threat to everything i love that whole story line to wall wide guards love committed more slew of terror in the last twelve point four euros muslims of affiliated with author you know they they come up with formulas like that or formulae like that and it makes them feel better in their hatred i think is ready to and and i might well yeah sure a muslim men or one percent of the population muslim manner onehalf of 1 percent of the population and white people by seventy seven percent of the population so i would i would think if muslim none with one percent onehalf percent were committing warcrimes than white men that that'd be pretty crazy and a boy that'd be recognised all do that's that's pretty stupid metric to use but it's one that people that are hostile two white men like to use because they're crazy they're racist and sexist and they're crazy but anyway kkob hall was on with the tucker carlson and he was challenging some of kobe halls assertions which were foolish and i just i was listening to him and marvelling at the density of the liberal mind on matters such as firearms the second amendment the law violations of law killings and saw and they're just come up always crazy stat but listen to what kkob hall of media i said yesterday legal illegal the road it's impossible even characterize you have to listen to him cobi all the reason this was the most violent mass shooting in american history is that this assailant purchase these titians legally that he legally and modified his semiautomatic weapons tissue four hundred rounds a minute jerry what so the the reason it was the most deadly is because he legally bought something that he then used to illegally modify his gone and.
"kobe hall" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Getting ready placed the blame on congress and is betting the fact that the base will say i'm gonna blame congress not blame him of meanwhile jeffrey lord no more at cnn he's out he actually was on cnn staff to do one thing that is defend trump and i said this morning and i left because a gun in kobe hall road that he's kind of like the washington generals that's the basketball team that they are always scheduled to play the harlem globetrotters and they're they're to and compete they act like a foil to show how good you are this is life cnn's rating sucking at massembe she's doing better now and other shows are doing better now they've talking heads there they put these folks in they always but one person against three other people to support the president it's predictable they have the argument back and forth and you know what you're going to get it's like it's premeditated fireworks it's like a show just put on a new news person to give me my news maybe give me a bit of opinion a move on which is what msnbc's doing they backers who go on whether you like the left or the right fox those it to have one person go on tell us what's in the news tell us what they think about it and then moved to the next person instead of having somebody like anderson cooper on with nine guests were arguing with each other and that the you're bringing fifty million bucks let him do the news let him give an opinion and then move on i think it's insane and i don't know when the news became but that people arguing instead of just give me the news give me some context give me the details tell me what you think and then go to commercial break orrick talk radio seven ninety kabc more of the top six in six years right after this talk radio seven ninety kabc as dependable traffic when you need it most this report sponsored by southern california edison sigler after.
"kobe hall" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Like you so much that i had a birthday about you might cake was the shape of your hat how old are you how much money you have i don't know why people don't like you you seem nice can we be friends so that's the letter from pickle so at our sylvie says i have a sevenyearold niece that started learning fractions at eight six i don't expect that of everyone but that writing it is atrocious again you have to go and read this letter at kobe hall is anyone concerned that donald trump wrote a letter to the white house as his nineyearold alter ego called a pickle one more day at one under score says hey quick question was this pickle flash dillon letter mailed because this paper does not look like it's been folded sweeter nazi other youths read it at the of course oversaw for the donald trump would do absolutely overhead an intern righted lefthanded look like the grammar of a you know what i said so you go back to present so that would downright ronald reagan would sit down the right three to five letters every evening he really saw his job as a 95 job so he was an early roger he didn't come in early he recovered at nine o'clock he would typically of he's at the white house he would punch out of five and then he would go in he wrote these letters barack obama was so moved by that supposedly that he would do us similar thing but he right three to five letters a week in most of the people that he would right he would write to kids which kind of interesting and as we've seen some of those letters online and barack obama's over his letters are very short sweden funny ronald reagan would write pages the people that he was the mayor dear more dear marlene and then you just go on and three pages a some woman named morway in that.