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Celtics rally in 2nd half, beat Nets 114-107 for 2-0 lead
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Tatum's layup at buzzer gives Celtics 115-114 win over Nets
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Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm John another break for teams are through to the elite eight in March but dissection Arkansas upset number one Gonzaga seventy four sixty six while second seed Villanova beat Michigan sixty three fifty five in San Antonio top seed Arizona saw their season come to an end after they fill the number five Houston seventy two sixty Duke came from behind in San Francisco to edge Texas tech seventy eight seventy three it'll be used in taking on Villanova well the Razorbacks paced the blue devils a second jury in Texas has declined to indict new Browns quarterback deshaun Watson who's been accused of sexual misconduct only hours before the decision was announced once it arrived to Cleveland's headquarters wearing an orange throwback brown's jacket New York City mayor Eric Adams has exempted athletes and performers from the city's vaccine mandate following weeks of pressure from the sports world that's going to allow Kyra Irving to play at home for Brooklyn nets games again and allow one thanks to the members of the Yankees Mets to play baseball in their home ballparks I'm John literate AP sports
New York City to let unvaccinated athletes play home games
"The mayor of New York City is expected to announce some changes in the city's coalbed policies an inside source says New York City mayor Eric Adams will announce that he's exempting athletes and performers from the city's vaccine mandate for private workers this would allow Brooklyn nets star Kyra Irving to play games at home and allow unvaccinated baseball players to take the field when the season begins this city has a sweeping vaccine mandate for workers and that will still apply to other people with regular types of jobs I'm Jackie Quinn
Bane leads Grizzlies past Nets as Irving scores 43 points
"Desmond bane scored nine straight points to allow the Grizzlies to pull away in the fourth quarter of a win over the nets one thirty two one twenty one office of income moving the ball kept playing confident playing downhill you know I made the plays down the stretch to win a game it's so great when the F. A. Melton match Baines twenty three points while Dillon Brooks finished with twenty one is Memphis played without leading scorer John Moran the Grizzlies wasted a double digit lead in the second half before outscoring Brooklyn twenty nine sixteen in the fourth quarter Kyra Irving led the nets with forty three points while Kevin Durant finished with thirty five Duran also grabbed eleven rebounds for the nets who learned that Irving can play the remainder of their home games this season I'm Dave Ferrie
Durant, Nets rout 76ers in Simmons' return to Philadelphia
"Kevin Durant scored eighteen of his thirty four points in a dominating first half before the nets completed a one twenty nine one hundred blowout win over the seventy Sixers you just talk to some bigger to be gone when the game started so I would love to play felt like it was something that I feel like at that point it's the big night Maxine or somehow it was it was like night Seth curry added twenty four points and Kyra Irving had twenty two for the nets who led seventy two fifty one at halftime and were up by thirty two in the second half former sixer Ben Simmons was booed as he watched from the nets bench recovering from a back injury it was his first game back in Philly since being traded last month Joel Embiid had twenty seven points and twelve rebounds for the Sixers but James harden finished with just eleven points I'm Dave very
Heat hold off Irving's charge, hand Nets 11th straight loss
"Bam Adebayo delivered nineteen points and fourteen rebounds as the heat handed Kyra Irving in the nets their eleventh consecutive loss one fifteen one eleven Duncan Robinson finished with seventeen points shooting six of ten from three point range we were able to play with pace in the Boston out of Florida and that's more just for us to guard because we just have so many different looks on but you know down the stretch of games you know teams are gonna let you do that necessarily Irving almost single handedly led Brooklyn to victory scoring twenty of his twenty nine points in the fourth quarter after the nets trailed by twenty one in the third camp Thomas hit a three pointer in the final minutes to get the nets with that one but a later passed by Thomas was stolen and led to two free throws by PJ Tucker I'm the ferry
Jokic's triple-double leads Nuggets over Nets 124-104
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Stephen Curry, Warriors beat Kyrie Irving, Nets 110-106
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"kyra" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!
"Just like you were saying, that's who stands out in the crowd to them. And then there's so much. And then you look at survivor survivors, look people like Lori, to Sydney, to I don't know, I would even say like Danny and midsummer, maybe even, I don't know. Do you have any other strong female ladies that survive that you like? I'd like to point out a point here that like all men die. I'm feeling kind of upset here. The only kid that the only guy that survives is to get from Chucky. He's the only one that male figure that makes it. I mean, so if you're a guy in a movie, you're just screwed. And especially if you have any kind of libido and you want to have sex, 'cause you're just done. I mean, look what happened to Kevin B like, probably the 13th, Kevin Bacon, and Aaron struck through his throat. I mean, it makes or even Johnny Depp in nightmare on Elm Street. Guys, if you ever know how a movie don't have sex, right? That's one of the rules. Guess what? She's going to get out of there and you're done exactly. And I think it's even so showing, did you ever see that movie happen in the Woods? You never saw it in the Woods. All the guys, except for no, except for the Randy character. I was just going to say it really plays onto the fact while being a horror comedy and sort of meta within the tales. It's really fun that you bring that up because yeah, all the guys die. It's one of those things where you look at the movie and it's the heroin effect. You have to have a house. It has to be a female heroine, feel bad for it. Root for..
"kyra" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!
"And that's probably exactly why they hit on that and screen. But if you think about it, like murdering all these people, she didn't get her son back. Her goal was to avenge him. But in the end, she really didn't. She didn't accomplish anything. She may have killed all these people. But in the end, she lost. She lost her life. She lost her cause. Mickey also died, so he never got to go on trial. And I think it shows that revenge is typically, I mean, always for not. What do you get from revenge? Not that, I guess. Yeah? I mean, revenge, you never get anything out of revenge. All you get is yourself in trouble or death. This doesn't work. And as far as making the film student, you know, that hit on a key issue too, because you do see when things go bad and just killers out there. You do see people jumping to help the cause and try and give them money to help get them out of prison. These people take prize. They're not nice people. And you get the people that they go, oh, I have to help them. Like, the Tiger king, people making funding for targeting. He was a bad person. He did bad things. I mean, granted, the other person, the lady. I mean, Carol Carol Baskin's me come on. I'm not going to say she called her husband, but I'm going to say she killed her husband. And people are running to make funding for these people. And the same thing with Mickey. He believed his head because that's what society deems. If he did something wrong, someone out there would want his trial. Exactly. And we even see a callback to that in the 5th one with amber, who's like, well, I was radicalized by subreddits, which we see actually a lot now with QAnon and whatever else is going on. But she's like, I was radicalized into believing that I could kill and it would be as impactful as the first ones. It's like, no. You're dumb. That's not going to happen. Sounds silly. Yeah, wrongful justification, big time, right? You're going to actually think that in your head. I mean, this thing is crazy. Because people watch these movies, and they actually get stuff out of it. And we make these movies for fun and to enjoy. But there's people out there that actually put this stuff into you. They go, oh, wait a minute, I can do this. If I did this, it would work better than this. And they've come killers. And they honestly believe this works. You know, and all these movies actually have brought in more attention to criminals, out there. You see what shows about catching serial killers and catching murderers and because these films have had such an impact on people that the law enforcement and people that come to serial killers are influenced by this. They have to have to adjust the fact that is better kill us out there. There's better police forces out there. And these movies develop over time too with facts is more of better police officers and better killers and all progression of evil. It is. And I think it's because with advances in technology and with how readily media is, we can see everything that's happening. I mean, we grow up with more violence on our screens than love, I mean. Why is nudity and sex and our thing, but I can watch someone's face get blown up in a PG-13 movie. That's easy to me. That's crazy. I mean, it's like, what are we pushing? Because we're not this puritanical society that we pretend to be if we're so afraid of certain things, but we'll show excessive violence constantly. Like we're going to think like, this is going to have an impact on someone at some point. Who are we to say it's not? I agree. I'm older..
"kyra" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!
"I think just because I was having at the time of sequels, that's why they went back to the original because they saw that the new formula didn't work. So Nev Campbell's character like developmental coach has a book about helping. Isn't that kind of like odd? She'd end up in that type of a rare after like dealing with such trauma. Absolutely, because we see in the second one she's in college. In the third one, she's helping on a hotline for abused women. And then we see her turned into a public. I think why we see her turn into a public figure with herself help book is because since the death of her half brother Roman, who did all this horrible orchestrating in their minds. I think she thinks she's free from the trauma, which is why the fourth one hits and she's like, oh, I thought I got rid of this. Kind of like how everyone feels when new movies come back. Oh, I thought I got rid of this, but we're back in it. We're back at it. Let's face it back in. Yeah, kind of like develops in the life where if one thing bad happens to you and nothing bad happens, you automatically you start thinking that you have the cause of all this badness that you have like a dark shadow hanging over you and you feel you can never get out of it. Whether it's working in a business or in life in general, like a relationship with one girl who dumps on you a one boy dumps on you. Whoever you were with, dumps on you, then you feel that you can't have a good relationship because you've carried over this bad omen that it's always going to be adopting in your life. Exactly. And at the beginning of the 5th movie, you Sidney actually gets a call from Dewey and he's like, it's happening again. And she goes, you know what? Nothing's going to get me to come to wood zero. I'm staying in California. And then the catalyst to get her to come toward is actually due to staff..
"kyra" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!
"And I think it really opened up the idea to different types of power within the genre because this was called more of a comedy horror. But then in the 5th movie, they talk a lot about the ideas of elevated horror, like hereditary, the babadook movies that imply different elements of human emotion and range to make out all the more terrifying while still having the gore. Which I think is very interesting because slashers are some would say a dated form of film, which is why we're in this Greek world kind of renaissance in Hollywood, where there's no real new ideas. I mean, what, last year, the only new movie that cracked the top ten was free guy. And that was not good. I mean, I don't know, I didn't really like it. Here's sneezing and stuff. That's my dog. He's next to us, and he won't leave. He's a little chihuahuan. He's a pain in the butt. But I agree. There's no really good movie slasher film that's coming out. I mean, that you really look at and go, wow, this is incredible. We have to see a sequel. There's nothing. I mean, during that time period of scream, and I know what you did last summer. Those are all movies that you'll want to see something else happen. After these movies, there was really nothing else you could do. And no one's top now. That's true. No one stopped it. And I think that's why the genre is sort of shifted, but I like to see these old callbacks because it's like that nostalgia feel. Like with the ideas of this movie being more layered into the ideas of equals that are happening now instead of slashers, I think that's really interesting that you have to play to the original audience to make it more interesting to your newer audience because everyone knows what's come before. And we could look at Star Wars The Force Awakens, right? Or Ghostbusters, because those follow all the recoil rules. I mean, minus the slasher ones. But yeah, I see new Ghostbusters just came out. They got the grandchildren. I mean, when does it stop it? Once it gets stupid, 'cause you sit there and you look at it and you go, all right, this is great. They're bringing it back. But then the plot's a hammy, they're not good. I mean, you look at him and go, okay, you're just trying to make money off something that died a while back. I didn't see the 5th screen, but when I get the reviews and everything, it's phenomenal, so I don't know personally. I didn't have to go off your tape. So I am in the camp of people who find the movie amazing. I think get paid really great homage to Wes craven. I think it really took from what was before it. Tried to take some new ideas that I felt got a little heavy handed at times, but with good slashing good gore and charismatic characters. I mean, the dynamic between Kourtney Cox and Neve Campbell alone could carry a whole film to go from hating each other to being enemies to prom a bonding, basically. And then surviving 5 killings. That's crazy. That's wild. Yeah, that is kind of crazy. All their friends, everybody they were close to got massacred. So they're being together because of a necessity..
"kyra" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!
"The podcast call is sharing a stream with Kira. She'll be talking about the screen movies. Let me do introduce you here. Thanks so much for having me, Ben. I'm really excited to be here. Love the scream films. What's your history with them? Well, the first one came out in 1996 with Wes craven and it was great. I had an amazing time watching it concept of having two killers really threw me because I grew up slasher films where it was always like Michael Myers or Jason. It was always one killer. Right. So I think I really enjoyed that. What Wes craven does within these films is he really subverts every. Lake you brought up with the two killers because it throws you off as you were like, oh, it's definitely Stu he leaves. He says, I'll be right back. Breaks the number one cardinal's real from Randy, which we'll get back to. But then it also goes against the ideas of not being able to do drugs or party or have sex or have any agency really outside of being like an innocent virgin. And Sidney does all that while she kills her abuser and she actually avenges her mom's killer, which is kind of wild if you think about it for the time. Pretty empowering. Yeah, because what do you call it? Went to jail, believing that he was the killer and cotton worry. And the whole time he was in prison. And it goes into the thing about false accusations and people that are imprisoned and hotspot in life because a lot of people were going to prison for crimes that weren't something they committed. Like DNA came out and it opened up cool new doorways to people's trials and freed a lot of people. So it was like a good way to get that in there. I totally agree. And it's crazy to think of because I know we're going to contrast with the newest movie that came out because the beginning films have a very heavy police presence. We have Dewey and then for the shares in the first one. So we actually just looked it up. It was sheriff Burke. We had a tactical difficulty right there, because neither one of us knew who the sheriff was in the original. Well, that's because Dewey is the only really important one. He's the one that comes back. And then in the third one, we have deputy Judy, who's helping Dewey. And then we see her become sheriff in the fourth. I mean, in the 5th, which is interesting because now with her such an anti police movement, she's one of the first deaths in the movie. Oh, spoilers, sorry. I should have done a spoiler. Should have done as well. She has one of the first deaths in the movie. And then after that, there's no real police presence. It's all individual, which is very different. Dewey is a disgrace cop. He retired. So I didn't know that. I haven't seen I haven't seen the 5th movie, and I haven't seen the fourth movie. I got one, two, three, undercover. I got that. I got those unlocked in because that was like my generation of watching movies because all that Neve Campbell and them were coming out..
Garland leads Cavs to 114-107 win over Durant-less Nets
"The the Cleveland Cleveland Cavaliers Cavaliers won won their their fifth fifth straight straight game game beating beating the the Brooklyn Brooklyn that's that's one one fourteen fourteen one one oh oh seven seven the the game game was was tied tied to to one one oh oh five five with with just just over over three three and and a a half half minutes minutes the the plate plate when when Lauri Lauri Markkanen Markkanen had had a a three three point point shot shot to to give give the the cavs cavs a a lead lead they they would would never never relinquish relinquish a a major major step step forward forward for for coach coach JB JB Bickerstaff Bickerstaff emerging emerging team team it's it's a a signature signature win win forced forced you you know know against against a a high high level level team team you you know know obviously obviously again again with with the the reasons reasons why why an an excuses excuses you you know know coming coming back back off off the the first first road road for for that that long long road road trip trip and and all all those those things things six six Cavaliers Cavaliers scored scored in in double double figures figures stop stop by by Darius Darius garland garland twenty twenty two two garland garland also also dished dished out out twelve twelve assists assists Kyra Kyra Irving Irving scored scored twenty twenty seven seven to to lead lead the the nets nets who who played played without without NBA NBA scoring scoring leader leader Kevin Kevin Durant Durant out out for for at at least least a a month month with with a a knee knee injury injury I'm I'm Tom Tom Mariam Mariam
Irving helps Nets charge past Pacers in his season debut
"In in Kyra Kyra Irving's Irving's return return the the nets nets clawed clawed their their way way back back from from a a nineteen nineteen point point third third quarter quarter deficit deficit for for one one twenty twenty nine nine one one twenty twenty one one win win over over the the Pacers Pacers Irving Irving whose whose vaccination vaccination status status keeps keeps him him from from playing playing in in New New York York City City scored scored twenty twenty two two points points as as Brooklyn Brooklyn snapped snapped a a three three game game losing losing streak streak at at this this stage stage you you know know taking taking off off a a months months or or or or being being out out again again for for eight eight months months and and coming coming back back in in those those so so much much uncertainty uncertainty is is how how many many minutes minutes you you know know what's what's the the Florida Florida game game going going to to be be like like you you know know how how my my team team is is gonna gonna feel feel that that was was the the game game flow flow down down B. B. Kevin Kevin Durant Durant led led the the nets nets with with thirty thirty nine nine points points the the Pacers Pacers who who have have lost lost six six straight straight got got thirty thirty two two points points and and a a triple triple double double from from Domantas Domantas Sabonis Sabonis lance lance Stephenson Stephenson came came off off the the bench bench for for thirty thirty points points twenty twenty of of them them in in the the first first quarter quarter Tom Tom McCabe McCabe Indianapolis Indianapolis
Lakers beat Kings...No. 2 Duke returns from COVID outbreak
"AP AP sports sports I I jerk jerk free free other other night night that that may may have have been been his his last last game game at at Pittsburgh's Pittsburgh's Heinz Heinz field field Ben Ben Roethlisberger Roethlisberger help help guide guide the the Steelers Steelers to to a a twenty twenty six six fourteen fourteen win win over over the the Cleveland Cleveland Browns Browns Josh Josh Rowntree Rowntree reports reports from from Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Roethlisberger Roethlisberger passed passed for for one one hundred hundred twenty twenty three three yards yards but but that that seemed seemed to to matter matter little little to to the the eighteen eighteen year year veteran veteran who who took took a a lap lap around around the the stadium stadium after after the the game game saluting saluting the the Pittsburgh Pittsburgh faithful faithful nashi nashi Harris Harris rushed rushed for for a a touchdown touchdown in in a a career career high high one one hundred hundred eighty eighty eight eight yards yards in in Pittsburgh's Pittsburgh's defense defense led led by by TJ TJ wants wants four four sacks sacks brought brought down down Browns Browns quarterback quarterback Baker Baker Mayfield Mayfield nine nine times times and and intercepted intercepted him him twice twice as as Pittsburgh Pittsburgh kept kept its its playoff playoff hopes hopes alive alive by by moving moving two two eight eight seven seven one one Josh Josh Rowntree Rowntree Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Tampa Tampa coach coach Bruce Bruce Arians Arians says says he he has has no no regrets regrets about about signing signing wide wide receiver receiver Antonio Antonio brown brown even even though though brown brown left left the the field field during during Tampa's Tampa's game game with with the the New New York York Jets Jets this this past past Sunday Sunday in in the the NBA NBA the the world world champs champs lost lost at at home home to to a a team team with with the the NBA's NBA's worst worst record record Milwaukee Milwaukee got got stunned stunned by by Detroit Detroit the the pistons pistons win win one one fifteen fifteen one one oh oh six six behind behind a a career career high high thirty thirty four four from from CITIC CITIC bank bank job job a a report report in in thirty thirty six six in in a a Memphis Memphis road road win win over over Brooklyn Brooklyn one one eighteen eighteen one one oh oh four four the the Grizzlies Grizzlies have have won won five five straight straight we we do do stuff stuff like like we're we're doing doing now now obviously obviously you you know know I I recognition recognition everything everything will will come come just just walked walked out out with with a a basketball basketball game game about about what what seemed seemed a a dentist dentist Brooklyn Brooklyn coach coach Steve Steve Nash Nash is is hopeful hopeful that that Kyra Kyra Irving Irving will will make make his his season season debut debut Wednesday Wednesday at at Indiana Indiana a a top top five five upset upset in in college college basketball basketball twenty twenty third third ranked ranked Wisconsin Wisconsin won won at at third third ranked ranked Purdue Purdue seventy seventy four four sixty sixty nine nine it's it's been been a a house house of of horrors horrors for for the the badgers badgers who who were were just just eighteen eighteen of of seventy seventy three three a a produ produ prior prior to to Monday Monday night's night's win win on on the the ice ice Ryan Ryan Strome Strome had had a a goal goal and and two two assists assists and and the the New New York York Rangers Rangers won won their their third third straight straight for for the the one one over over Edmonton Edmonton trump trump says says the the Rangers Rangers like like playing playing at at Madison Madison Square Square Garden Garden it's it's a a good good feeling feeling when when we're we're waiting waiting for for them them in in there there give give us us great great response response I I mean mean I I think think they're they're starting starting to to realize realize that that our our teams teams finding finding ways ways to to win win and and they're they're appreciating appreciating sometimes sometimes a a good good forecheck forecheck a a good good offense offense of of shift shift the the Rangers Rangers are are ten ten three three and and two two at at home home this this season season Chuck Chuck Friedman Friedman AP AP sports sports
'I missed it': Irving back with Nets, resumes practicing
"Irving Irving is is out out of of the the NBA's NBA's health health and and safety safety protocols protocols he he could could be be on on the the court court for for the the nets nets next next week week Irving Irving is is on on vaccinated vaccinated and and not not compliant compliant with with local local rules rules in in New New York York regarding regarding those those who who work work in in the the city city credibly credibly grateful grateful just just to to be be back back in in the the building building welcome welcome back back with with open open arms arms in in Muncie Muncie may may still still anti anti organization organization not not gonna gonna lie lie it's it's been been relatively relatively tough tough to to watch watch on on the the sideline sideline the the plan plan is is for for Kyra Kyra Irving Irving to to play play on on the the road road for for the the nets nets you you can't can't play play at at home home until until we we get get vaccinated vaccinated several several players players on on the the nets nets have have tested tested positive positive for for the the team team approached approached me me we we had had a a good good conversation conversation then then you you know know so so that that we we will will be be back back in in us us absolutely absolutely you you know know this this this this always always where where I I wanted wanted to to be be I I want want to to be be playing playing with with the the team team in in whatever whatever capacity capacity I I can can can can do do that that a a possible possible return return date date is is January January fifth fifth when when Brooklyn Brooklyn visits visits Indiana Indiana I'm I'm at at Donahue Donahue
"kyra" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"No matter where you go, no matter how far you travel, I'm sure throughout all over this country in the world, pat summit's name continues to be discussed. What are your recollections of being around her and being a part of her incredible legacy? It's truly an honor. And the lady ball sisterhood, we are everywhere. We're still close, and that's one thing that coach wanted us to continue to carry her legacy, which we are honored to do, but, you know, you learn so many things from tow summit, but one of the things that she instilled in us is a toughness. As you can see, my shirt today, a resilience, you know, remaining humble, make sure we're paying our blessings forward. And I think that's why you see a lot of former lady balls that are successful today in large part due to coach summit. Which Coachella, it's a great pleasure to visit with you again and all the very, very best this year. I have a feeling the cats are going to be heard from quite a bit. You'd be well. Thank you so much. Thank you, go cat. Hey, we're back. Hey, Richie is up next in Florida. Hello Rach, you get afternoon. You killing me, man. You know, you don't got any of those. Now you go beyond you. Why would you say that? I'll see you every day, and you do it. Over and over again, little man get down, you go kick as hard as you can. Listen, I don't have to help coach Mullen right now. Well, I wish somebody would because I remember that whatever he was offensive coordinator, people will only get rid of that. But I either want to hire him. But I'm a gator and I'm a foxhole. As long as I can. Well, I think that's exactly what you should do. Great to hear from me. John is up next in Huntsville, Alabama, hello, John. Thank you. Good question. So therefore, the people in the state were there tax dollars for a lot of those. Go go. We probably might post 9 million. I don't know what he might. I know it's substantial. Yeah, I tell you what John let me get you back on a different line. I feel like I was back in the 70s with rotary phones here. And we'll hook you back up. But thank you very much for the call. Just up next in auburn. I know Justin. Hey, how you going, Paul? We're doing well. Thank you. I don't know if you're a limber made, but we had a conversation about midsummer about horse and I told you that I thought he could be saving esque and over and would go 9 and three. I do remember. Now, looking at things, looking at things, I think there's a possibility we go into the iron bowl and iron ball decides us to be a 9 and three. And I honestly feel like horseman is probably right there with what I expected. You know, things like he's got a team that shouldn't really be where they are playing really hard playing good. He's putting him in position to win every week. And I feel like Penn State could have gone the other way. You know, a few drops passes and then obviously the Georgia game. I think there was like 15 drop passes so you really can't expect much there. But I was going to say what you thought about him midway. I tell you what I hear a lot of noise about him, but he has won some game. I mean, the idea of winning in Baton Rouge and Fayetteville in your first season is pretty remarkable for a team that really was not expected to do very well. I mean, sometimes it's hard to watch, but I think he's done a really spectacular job so far. Yeah, I feel like, you know, with the deficiencies on the offensive line and the receiving core, based on what he's got, you know, he's probably over exceeded already. Especially going to Baton Rouge and winning, but I feel like the like I said, the arm, I feel like that could be the deciding factor of the west this year. I feel like at home have a good chance. If you're looking for a.
"kyra" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"And welcome back and when you woke up this morning, it felt cold at least where I was, which means one thing. The football seasons at the midpoint and it's time for the build up to basketball for the southeastern conference and it is just around the corner and joining us coach Kyra LZ from the university of Kentucky and coach. I know we're really excited. I know you had a nice little entrance as we said hello to you. But it was nothing quite like the entrance the other night, which everyone is still talking about virally about what happened at big blue midnight madness. Tell us all about it. But you know, coach Mitchell has set such a tradition of dancing when he came out for big blue madness and I felt like I needed to go big or go home. But needed to separate myself from what he always would do. So what better way than come out of the raptors that rough arena? I felt like I was watching a circular delay in Vegas. I mean, by the way, I know you're an athlete. I want to talk about that in a minute. It looks like the little one got into the action too. You know, I asked him on Tuesday if he wanted to join me. And he told me he would, but it would cost me $40 and 16 cents. I don't know where he got that number, but he wanted to buy some poppets. So he charged me a lot of money for a cameo. I kids nowadays charging parents for to help them out. It's great to have you all kidding aside and I know the basketball season is knocking hard on the door. Last year went pretty well. How do you feel and what are you looking forward to the most as we get ready for the tip off? Well, it's an exciting time, basketball seasons here. We have a very talented team. I'm surrounded by an amazing staff. And we have unfinished business. So it's back to work. And we are ready to go. Let's talk a little bit about your team because certainly you know, and before we wrap up on our talk about your own career, but to put the right pieces together, it's sometimes it does take time, but I think this program seems like it's I don't know a head of schedule, but it's certainly moving fairly well. Tell us about your team. Yeah, we're moving in the right direction. Obviously, Ryan Howard is the best player in the country and we're blessed to have her in big blue nation. But we have a support staff, diona, Edwards is playing unbelievable. Blair green, who is a senior for us and jazz and mass and girl has just really stepped up and that point guard position..
"kyra" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"It's incumbent upon us to try to know everything about a situation or as much as you can. I understand most of you have never heard any of this stuff. And we interviewed one writer. He's not the only one. There are countless other media people who are disseminating similar information. And it's I think people have, and we paid a lot of attention to it here because it seemed like it was systemic. But that title 9 issue is another big factor here. When you're an institution like LSU, and you're going down this rather dark and dangerous road, you don't need the face of your program to be including in any outside noise. Yes, yes. And I mean, the girls is with it's legal, they're over 18, but not by much. So at best it's creepy. Like I've heard some women say it's creepy at best. But anyway, we can put the cochlea era's done. I hated it that it went down this way, but like I said from the beginning when I called you like a month or so ago, he didn't handle success well. And I thought the interview had with the columnist. I mean, I think he was right on. He didn't handle it well. I thought so from the beginning, unfortunately. But looking to the future, one thing that you did mention Mel Tucker and that could be a president, he's from what I understand. He's really interjecting himself into this, which I'm a member of the president has just recently moved there. He was the provost at South Carolina and he left, and there were some concern that he was going to come back after the former president at South Carolina was dismissed. And by the way, the president has every right to inject himself into this conversation. He's the head of the university. Yeah, a lot of us really wish he would just leave Scott Woodward alone and let him know, we need to hire the best man for the job available. It doesn't matter. The color of the skin, or anything, but he's wanting to maybe make a statement and that's fine. If everything, you know, I don't care what I do not care and most of us do not care the color of his skin as long as he is a winner. And a good person. When you have these, when you say, well, you could only hire someone who's black, it really limits the pool. And. For those who don't know president Tate is African American. I don't think that's a surprise. That's not the issue here, though. The issue is conducting a thorough search. And Scott word will do that. And by the way, Mel Tucker is well thought of. He's Nick Saban's assistant down there. He recruited a great recruiter. He's been at Alabama. He's been in Georgia, Colorado. He's doing a phenomenal job at Michigan state right now. But that doesn't mean he's just he's a candidate, according to the media. And nobody else. Let's check in with Maurice in Texas. Hello, Maurice go ahead. Hi, how you doing? This is Maurice here from Colleen, Texas here. I really want to set the record straight when it comes to Texas. I will tell you that I'm a huge fan of yours..
"kyra" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"And you got to understand the difference between changing and Creole and did you have a between county to parachute? Sure. And they're saying you have to understand that and if you don't, you're not gonna make it down there. You're just not. I was trying to understood all that, but he was a terrible CEO. He gave a random, I think, held it together a couple of years ago. You know, Joe Brady just was magic and a bottle or lightning in a bottle. But when you think about the fact that three straight coaches down there have won a national title. I think Miami has had three different coaches to win a national title, but I don't believe they were successive. Somebody could look it up. I mean, the idea that you can get you know, I mean, Notre-Dame, maybe in the past, you could win a title with three consecutive coaches, but I don't know anywhere else recently where that is possible. Let's check in with Richard and Texas. Hey, Richard, go right ahead. Well, how are you doing? Quite well, thank you. You know, I normally enjoy your show. I'll listen to it most of the time, but I have not enjoyed it today. One thing I've learned about the media, Brody Miller and you're a part of the media too. When you're all going to man down or you put your foot on their neck and you bury them two or three times. And that's what you're doing to auger on. I don't appreciate that. I have no dog in this fun. I live in Texas. But I'm just disappointed you. And I'm disappointed in some other people in the media too. He got fired because he didn't win enough biogas without issue. He got fired because he didn't keep the standard at LSU demands. And that's why he got fired. And for you to bring all these other things up, I mean, everybody has skeletons in their closet. And Paul, one day, they're going to fire you. And I hope they open up your clothes. You can hang up all you want, but I'm not currently sitting there with a defendant in a title 9 lawsuit. So when they fire me, whether it's today or next week or next month or next year or 5 years from now, they probably won't have that. So don't tell me that the media is out to get an osher on. Where do you think the media gets this information from? Seriously, where do you think the media who reported all this yesterday, who do you think fed the media a lot of this stuff? Just think about that for a second. The media isn't able just to go ascertain information like this. There was a group working against coach O down there. And I think that's pretty self explanatory. So I understand very well, the hatred of the media. And I'm not going to sit here and defend the media because I don't really care what anyone thinks of the media. I think the media can often be a bunch of clowns too. Whether it's political or anything else, I see bias across the board, but there are a lot of reasons why this conversation has been going on. And yes, it's primarily about what happens on the field, but there are some gray areas. And when you have a university that is going through what that university is currently going through, don't think off the field issues don't matter. Don't think that personal indiscretions don't matter. They do. And I say that as someone who is a fan, but also who spends a lot of time visiting with high ranking collegiate officials who don't always see things the same way as those in the upper deck. We'll take a break. More to come. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Meanwhile, at the home of SiriusXM, Kevin Hart learned you don't need a car to listen to SiriusXM. What? You don't need a car to enjoy SiriusXM..
"kyra" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"These things are only convenient when a coach starts to lose. But everyone knows that already. Daryl is up next. Oh. You know, you do a fabulous job as a sports host, okay, for ESPN, but I think you missed your calling. I really do. You know what I think you should have been and what you would have been great at? I was the best ever. You should have been an attorney Paul. You would work all the house profile cases in this country. You should have been an attorney, because you would have been a damn good. I mean, damn good. Thank you. Let me start. I'm just saying it's about the Tennessee deal. Okay, first of all, I mean, I know there have been a while, but there is more bigger issues as a quarterback. I mean, there's certain quarterback just look how flawless I can get all day. And then you're back to come out there and I look close. I mean, you gotta tell that football. He's on his Ian. At least give you a chance to win. And I was always in the same pull it out. But no, you think it's time for college football. How many players should you play now? All the big money that's gonna make all the big money coaches mate. Yeah, we got four time officiating ladies officials. We don't fall down. That's the only thing left that hasn't been done that needs to be done to bring it up the car to where it's at right now. In my opinion. Yeah. There's only two type of coaches to go hard, okay? That was a quid, you know? You're fired. I mean, you're not always free to have the money but I don't want to hear all that. We got some boredom, okay? We got him started on the count the long before the senior started. That's the ones that we won't let there. We got some form. And hey, I just want to make sure there's still a small team in Alabama. In Tuscaloosa. Went into starkville, not Oxford. They went at a start for the other day, and pretty well shut down the air raid. I just wanted to make sure because it's been like, I gained anything else. Why? I mean, we know who numbers. All right, Georgia has become a new Alabama. I will tell you this right now, okay? George is now Alabama until Georgia beat Alabama. And I think we can set opportunity. But until that happens, I'm still number one in that book, so you all. Matt is up next in Texas. Hey man. Lately, I've been sick on starting to get better now. But I agree with everybody says on the show, all you should have been in turn, you've been a good one, but you found your calling, what you're doing now, Paul, and you're really good at it. And I've always appreciated your kindness for that fall. Well Matt, I rather like what I'm doing. I have too many friends who were attorneys that are no longer practicing. I get it. Well, I want to talk about the Jim mo future how you made that comment. He's not interested in issue. He wants to stay in him. I ask people to stop talking about him going to LSU. You already put it to rest. So I'm happy he did that because honestly, he would have effectively recruiting if he didn't do that. And I wanted to. I think he put it to bed. I mean, I don't know what else he could have said. He went on for a couple of minutes. But that's what you have to do. And I never thought it was realistic that meat or font. Else you can't afford dimbo Fisher. Well, I like that one more thing about a long time almost in my gym with us was a gym. You ain't the future no more. Get this through your fixed go ahead. You're num school, you're an idiot. You're hacking your husband. You're always going to be that way. Go back to Fox where you belong, go talk politics..
Justice Department Sues Texas Over 6-Week Abortion Ban
"Justice department is suing the state of taxes over. Its new abortion law which is among the strictest in the nation houston public media's cairo buckley reports the doj father complaint today in district court the doj says the law banning abortions as early as six weeks into pregnancy and making private citizens. Responsible for enforcement is unconstitutional. Attorney general merrick garland says the doj is seeking a preliminary and permanent injunction to prohibit enforcement united states as authority and the responsibility to ensure that no state can deprive individuals of their constitutional rights through a legislative scheme specifically designed to prevent the vindication of those rights. The biden administration has vowed to fight the law especially since the us. Supreme court decided not to step in before it took effect last week. I'm kyra buckley. In
Can You Really Freeze Fat Away?
"Talking about that phrasing today which is very popular. Non invasive body sculpting treatment the scientific name full-fat freezing is cairo lippo. Uscis which i know is a little bit of a mouthful kyra means cold leiper meaning fats and lascivious meaning to dissolve all loosen but you've probably seen it marketed as coo sculpting. Which is the only branch have fda approval however they awesome other names floating around the treatment was actually invented. I think this is so interesting by observing what happens when kids eight. I pose see. Now when like little children alike aiding the icy polls and i kind of just leave them in their mouths this sort of sitting against their cheek so the car founders of this treatment. We're intrigued when something called cold. Induced fat necrosis was reported to occur off. Today's kids eight. The icy post that will sort of left resting on their cheeks for several minutes. Skin samples taken from patients like these showed inflammation in the fight but normal skin. So thus i love using would thus it appeared that that may be more sensitive to cold injury than other tissue types. Using this concept a cooling device was tested on pigs. Sorry pigs in two thousand and seven to save fat cells could be selectively destroyed. The results were very promising. There was was about a half an inch reduction in the peaks. Fat layer in the treated areas so by two thousand and ten the first cairo. Lopo asus technology approved for human use named coup sculpting was cleared as a treatment for love handles and then clearance full. Treating other parts of the body was soon pastas well and those parts of the bodies will like you thought is to saddles. You back saddles. You belly abroa- fat onto side of the bomb bomb and even your chin so all of those have been fda approved as well. But how exactly does it work. Unfortunately no one knows for show which doesn't exactly sound promising but basically a special vacuumed applicator is applied to an area of the body and controlled cooling technique lowest the treated area to minus nine degrees and that's celsius cooling energy traits. The thought la without any damage to surrounding cells and experts. Think that because fat cells cannot survive at this temperate cha a few days after treatment. The cooled fat cells die and over the next few months. You'll buddy will actually digest. The dead fat
City Girls - Twerkulator: This Years Summer Hit
"I wanna unpack the sonic world of this summer. Hit with you. Are you ready absolutely. Let's start by getting some you later in our ears shave page storm as data immediately fun. The groovy baseline throwback sample the obviously fund lyric. It's a party in a box. Who are city girls. I'll tell you chuck. It's young miami and j. t. and twerk you later is their newest release. It's actually been a viral hit on tick talk for a while even before the song was released. Wait what the song was an out yet but a clip of it went viral on tick tock while they were still trying to get the samples cleared so the sun is going crazy on dock. And you couldn't even listen to it on spotify or anywhere else. Fun and turkey. Later isn't city girls. I work related. Track back in twenty nineteen. They released a song featuring cardi b. A new orleans bounce inspired bop simply titled twerk flirt with that track samples the classic n- orleans bounce chapa. Beat so i'm getting the sense. That city girls really like reaching back into hip hop history and playing with it. What i like about these songs that they both feel very of the moment. But have a much longer history and you can hear this kind of playful swagger in the first verse from jt. I love the way. She delivers her flow. Here it is so infectious
Victoria Valentino, Bill Cosby Accuser, Speaks About His Overturned Conviction
"Bill Cosby came down this week, chances are pretty good. Your reaction was the same as ours in the newsroom. What just happened here? It was a stunning ruling the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, throwing out Cosby's sexual assault conviction and releasing him from prison. Cosby, who is now 83 flashed the V for victory sign to a helicopter overhead as he trudged into his suburban Philadelphia home after serving nearly three years of a 3 to 10 year sentence for drugging and violating Temple University sports administrator Andrea Constand in 2000 and four Cause we spoke with ABC news after he was released over body had defense to say Wait one second. This doesn't match up with the truth. This is not what I was taught in college. This is not what I was part in all the former Cosby Show Star was one of the first celebrities tried and convicted in the ME two era. Can't stand and her lawyers called the ruling disappointing, as did many of the as many as 50 women who accused Cosby of similar actions. One accuser, Victoria Valentino spoke with NBC's Kyra Phillips after his release. First of all, How are you feeling right now? It's been a long day of very distressing day, a very emotional day and a very infuriating day. I think all rape survivors. Have an impotent rage because they are not able to really be listen to be validated be vindicated when he received his guilty, guilty, guilty verdict. We thought we had received justice. What
Seattle Mayoral Candidate Lance Randall Gives Update on His Campaign
"Race in the city of Seattle in 2021. There are a lot of candidates in there but one of my favorites and gentlemen, I had a chance to meet with earlier this year who I hope Get some headway here as we lead into Election Day is Lance Randall. Lance, Thanks so much for joining us on Kyra Neitz. Thanks for the invitation, So I'm looking forward to the conversation and I look forward to the conversation with you. I would like to. I don't want to describe your campaign for you. But I think you're one of the most rational candidates running for the mayor of Seattle. You've been willing to sit down with everyone from unions to business people to just regular parents that are maybe feeling unheard. Can you give us a little update about the campaign? How it's been going and what the response has been like. To solve the campaign has been going great. My candidacy is a response to the public in the whole, Um what I'm hearing everywhere I go is people are very frustrated all over the city with the current leadership in City Hall. They want something new. They want some action they want issues addressed. And in order to have something new, a new direction for the city. See, how do you have to have new leadership and my candidacy is a response to the voices of the people all across the city. Was saying that they do not like the direction that the city is going in. And he wants a new leader with a new perspective, new ideas and new solutions to take over the hymn of the ship, and I'm getting a lot of positive feedback in response to my pragmatic Ideals. And also my platform, which is well balanced, and it has a lot of action items specific things I'm going to do to try to improve the situation. The city we cannot continue to go down this path. We cannot go back and get elected officials in the past you had an opportunity. To address a lot of the issues that have been on the table even before covid it You have two candidates in the race, you had an opportunity. One decided to walk away. When things got tough, and now they want to come back and get enough opportunity. No, we cannot allow that.
"kyra" Discussed on The Radio Show
"The person they got. My guest was clear and that person had great conviction. But i was like trying to use like a bluetooth thin. It was just it was bad. Y'all my but but it was the star you know and it opened up my comfort level house like oh my god like i think i like doing this and then eventually it started you know. I started recording the video. You know started doing you too because also just like a while. Yeah i don't wanna. I don't wanna be on camera. I thought wow. I want to be on camera but you know i. It's interesting the very first episode. That i recorded a video for a was with Mike johnson who was like a former bachelorette Contested and i just remember like. I spit back hallway expert all like six last year to shoot mad. I was like you know what i mean. All people can do not answer. Say no like this is all they can do indicate. Come over here and beat me up. The eight. Do allen i did. I've been following him on social media for a while and i didn't really know him from his season of the bachelorette like i saw him on bachelor in paradise in. It's like oh god. He's kind of cool and i disliked his message the message of self love and a message of kindness. And just like wow. That's the do this talking exactly. What globe glow girl like speaks to women. So i'd saw that. He was working on a book. So i was like. I'm gonna eat mellon. And i said that and i will tell you all night. I said that lie won't leak. And then i got cold feet because at first thumbs man is not going to answer you little known putt. Can't nobody knows you. And so i was in the shower and ignore the lure. Say are you to email. Kyra i'll say that i'm going to tell you. Got out of business shower and got myself together right foreign started at work. I like just gama information. Good to sit him and bill and he responded back and when he was just like he said. I love the message of what you're doing. And he's like. I'd be honored to be on your show and so i was like i was so nervous that day that i recorded that because it was like first time recording on video and i was like. I can't miss this up because gonna look like an amateur you know and so it was really great is awesome experience. He was in the soviet complimentary of being. He's like well. I mean like you're working everything you put together with so a professional. He's like i've done shows where people are dislike. I mean they don't they don't tell you anything he's like. Just tell you just like give you like a leak on the day of. And he's like they don't communicate and i was just like oh my god so at that point i just knew that you now whatever to reach out to whoever you say no you just say no. It's not meant to be great. You never know if you never try. I think sal with all of us like stretching out here in china something new. I mean we started a podcast. Let sixteen just that be able to come late. Hang out together like because everybody is so busy it was just it was just us just a way for us to kinda hang out with friends and then you know you open up to conduct whereas us having a conversation about the nonsense that we talk about what we just letting other people just peek in on it because essentially what we do and i know i had one more question before we had a little game that we play with our guest david. Did you have anything else. Because i did have another question as well. Did you have something now. You're on a roll sixteen. You know following you with the question but for the first time you ever were status you follow me at anything. So let's just this get cut later. So i mean that's not getting. Cut the car just to kind of put them on everything that you have going here so everything goes to plan and you know how life is things get thrown at you so if everything goes to plan what does the future of global look like and do you see that. The podcast branching out into other forms of media. Maybe you want to write a script. Write a book or something like that. Where do you see her go. Yeah great oh. That's a good question. So i'm currently working on a product. So the the first product from global girl and i'm super excited is it's something i made something i made for me. I'll just say it's around you now planning for your vision so does give you that because it's still like very much in the beginning. Were face but it's just something that i made that i use and i showed it to like maybe four five people in the probably the fifth person asks light. Is that going to be a prominent for global girl. I was like well now. It is so still working on that. But the other thing that i would really like to be able to do is what i see. A future global girl is being on an investor in other small businesses. It's being able to give women see many to start their companies. Because i look at something like me. I'm a dreamer light. Adron like nobody's business. And i'm pretty sure i get the feeling that you guys are the same way like i'm always light. My head is in the cloud residents in the clouds. It's a nice place to be. Is i me. I want to be able to provide you know that funding for someone who may have idea. That's like mine. Because when i was trying to get all even use my own husband said when i was telling him about global growth. He's like behind. You gotta make ninety. You always have really great ideas. He's like but i just wanna make sure like there's some as well. I twelve not doing this. Because i want to make money doing it because i wanna have impact in help people and if you do those things the menu we'll find ways to make money but a lot of times if i take fact takes globe girl and this idea before it has the community which is a tangible like to make revenue If i take that most people are gonna say now. 'cause we don't know what you selling it. No you don't have absolutely. I want to give many to those that dream big Because there's something to that. There's something to hearing somebody in believing in an idea because most times what you need. People need sometimes somebody to help them be able to say. I see that thing that you want to do that. Community you wanna bill but also maybe down the row. Let's row mapping product to support that list put in a a subscription to this platform. So that you can make many. And so i just think that the world we don't have enough funding for ventures like that in the world and that's what i want global girl too when i when will we grow up. That's what i want to go girl too..
"kyra" Discussed on The Radio Show
"Hey what's happening. I'm excited for this interview. I'm here we working. I mean say we are. We are excited to. We've got a special guest here on the aftermath as we always do. We're talking to mr lewis. She's got this movement of glow of girl so we about to find out all alone. Ring your analyst. Thank you for making the time to come on and you know come on the show and everything so we appreciate it. Thank you happening is. We're being on the other side. Goes shot to make this the best possible experience for it is how we get down here and we just want to dive in a little bit and see your story. What's going on. So i guess. Just just start with you If you could just talk about what's your origins was there anything that As you grew up to help you push push in the direction for women and girls empower a great question. Yes i will definitely say. I grew up in south georgia. And so you know girl in the south in the country you know i would say you probably didn't have to like all the resources that are available to young limit today and i know obviously my parents instilled in me like oh you know reading and learning and always be somebody who wants to learn. But you know when you swear to grow up in that small town environment and you haven't actually had like the say a big big jump from coming from a small town even like to atlanta. So it's a very different for someone. I'll what i went to college. I went to college and south georgia. And then i moved here for work and so it was like night a day for me and so i always bought as i you know have evolved through my personal journey and my professional career that if i could just give someone what i didn't have then i would feel like i was impacting my community in in a good way. And that's really what led to glow up. Girl is really just women not feel like they had a safe space in the professional environment. Sometimes the personal vitamin in not really feeling like they're all the tools and information you need to start. Just say if you want serve business like yes if you have a job great but you you know desire something better for yourself. Had i do that in a lot of times. You just hear people saying. Oh i started the business and now making a millionaire but it's the how how did steps did you take. So we'll go girl. I really look to be extras here. You know as we can give people real information that they can use in their daily lives encourage great explanation of that. How do you tie in where you started. And what you're trying to do and exercise incident escorts has with more offshoot. This story with you but is there one in particular day hit close to home and maybe test you a little bit more than another one did l. my goodness well i i would just have to say like it's all the people it's like all the people that have been able to come in contact with the people that are just so freely giving of their own personal journeys and especially with starting the podcast started the podcast like back in may last year so like i want to blow up girl in march and of course that was right at the time when everybody you know went into sheltering into place so i immediately was light and it was really built on the platform of it would be a place where women could come together in like earn sharing that with each other but win coronavirus happened. I was like oh my god what am i going to do and so you know i was just praying about that. Like what do i do. Because i don't wanna lifestyle. I wanna make this impact. I want to connect to people. And so. That's when i heard the words you start a podcast and i of course looked around. Who were you talking to. As i've never thought like billion years that i would lay one that i would enjoy a showing the inaki talking about stuff all the time even though i mean obviously i like to talk to anyone who knows me but it's just been like i went from just like asking my friends and people that i knew to be on my show to be by the end of the year like being halfway for twenty twenty one and just come in contact with search like awesome people like top late. I met a guy who was a kid. It's like a kindred spirit. We talked about finding joy in the everyday and especially at a time. You know like we're in and last year with so many people were alone. If people felt lonely and disconnected. We really focus that conversation allergists looking at the things that you can in our in front of you and even trying to use a situation or being in a pandemic as opportunity to save. But i know we're here but male. What can i be thankful for today like. It's a blessing. Just be alive and so we tried to focus that conversation and it was just about joy and so. I've tried to take that approach in everything that i do in my everyday life is soleil. Yeah i may not have gotten the three things that i said. I wanted today or something or oregon bad news. But i'm still alive. I'm still breathing. I'm here in a lot of people can't say same thing so that i guess that conversation with charlie hugh jones was just one that was very touching For me and i felt like it was so needed at the time when we had it all right so talking to kyra mitchell lewis is. She's a founder glow girl which is helping a balanced and purpose light. Our website is glow. Girl dot com. You can see right behind their view washing. You're listening as g. y. r. l. She's got the podcast global girl. That's available Apple podcasts spotify. Who aware you get your podcast. You can start using facebook instagram. At glow up girl and you can email her your questions at hello. Hello at logo dot com. It's you have something for car. i do. Well i i did read that. You also want you stay that. He.
"kyra" Discussed on For Your Reference
"It's not a great episode friends and lovers choice, but it was definitely interesting to see it's it's fucking wild. I cannot wait till we eventually watch this movie again, and I can be you know, that that Meme is Leonardo DiCaprio in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is pointing at the screen that's going to be me the whole time watching Sixth Sense again be like, oh, there you go. There's this, you know little breadcrumbs that we had moved along the way it's it's absolutely wild. Yeah speaking of wild. We do have a subplot that gets introduced later on into the film with Mischa Barton off as Kira Collins. Yep, because as far we could say aside from Malcolm obviously Cole isn't really going out of his adventures to home. Saved the people that are in purgatory, right? But he does for cures character. Yeah, and that's to do with Malcolm telling him that he has to help this listen to them and once because at this point, he still feels like he's the one in control. Yes. Yes. So just listen and see what they want. And that happens to be miserable buttons, Kyra and to go curious house where she had evidence of the Stepmom poisoning her. Yeah, slowly each day, you know off and then saying that oh, she's laying in bed and easy and the kid and Kira wanted to go out and play and say oh, you know, can't usually feel really bad you really get on well during the afternoon off your bum. You keep on Boiling, huh? Suspicious call the Stepmom abum. It's a bloody bomb dog. Telling us your web search history thirteen stepmom, Bob. And then she also made a comment saying don't say it tastes funny cuz it's going to hurt my feelings. She was not she live in care to see it that well did she she did not she did not like not to blame the father. But if he had taken 2 seconds to talk to Kira, I'm pretty sure they could have you know cracked that nut. Yeah, and it's one of those things because you know, this happens a lot absolutely step bump step mom's can just be really cruel things. Are there evil step mom's that's another Pawn search. We don't need to talk about. Oh God. Yeah. So even real moms, Patricia Arquette acting in the act with Joey King. Oh, that's a fucking wild series as well, but it was definitely interesting. It's it's nice to see that cold and Malcolm could intercept before the younger daughter because at the funeral there were Whispers saying that the younger daughter's birth. Yeah true. Yeah, she she had to go and I'm glad that it was it was one of those sort of subplots that made you feel warm inside dog. Isn't there Korean horror film about two sisters and a step-mom that is lack of luster. Yeah. I think it's called two sisters way until two sisters, but yet he got my drift I do and I catch the reference and it is most delightful my love. I really appreciated..
"kyra" Discussed on For Your Reference
"It makes your heart break a little for her. Yeah. Absolutely. We don't get too much of our in those terms of storyline or story-wise. Correct about you do get a sense of who she is as a person. She's a little bit more than a prop but she's definitely less than a character a bit of a Kimiko song. Yeah, but yeah, it was definitely interesting to see, you know, Malcolm slowly, you know see Anna moved on even though he wasn't realizing that he was the one that was also supposed to be moving on as well. Cuz what was it was like a year later, right? Yeah and actually coming back to Jersey. Out of the movie. He's sitting on that bench and he's sitting there and he's making his note. There's so much you can just think about and you're like, oh my God, a lot of this just makes complete sense hospital and one of the things that I don't really understand is practice that I'd still don't get is he is still bleeding quickly seized wound is still there the back. Yeah, does he leave marks or anything? If he sits down on a bench when he gets up does it but blood stain on it? Are you really going to host them stopped because I'm curious about if you restart when he realizes that he reached out his back and I was like blood all over well, whether whether you want to call this, you know, the writing saved he you know, Cole's character did say they see what they want to see so I guess it didn't manifest itself because after unless you're Michael Keaton an Choi, Iraq when it was his last day before retirement and he got shot panning down if it's not steady Rock references. It's not a great episode friends and lovers choice, but it was definitely interesting to see it's it's fucking wild. I cannot wait till we eventually watch this movie again, and I can be you know, that that Meme is Leonardo DiCaprio in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is pointing at the screen that's going to be me the whole time watching Sixth Sense again be like, oh, there you go. There's this, you know little breadcrumbs that we had moved along the way it's it's absolutely wild. Yeah speaking of wild. We do have a subplot that gets introduced later on into the film with Mischa Barton off as Kira Collins. Yep, because as far as we could say aside from Malcolm obviously Cole isn't really going out of his adventures to home. Saved the people that are in purgatory, right? But he does for cures character. Yeah, and that's to do with Malcolm telling him that he has to help this listen to them and once because at this point, he still feels like he's the one in control. Yes. Yes. So just listen and see what they want. And that happens to be miserable buttons, Kyra and to go to curious house where she had evidence of the Stepmom poisoning her. Yeah, slowly each day, you know off and then saying that oh, she's laying in bed and easy and the kid and Kira wanted to go out and play and say oh, you know, you can't usually feel really bad you really get on well during the afternoon off your bum. You keep on Boiling, huh? Suspicious call the Stepmom abum. It's a bloody bomb dog. Telling us your web search history thirteen stepmom, Bob..
"kyra" Discussed on For Your Reference
"I sat through a Bruce Willis movie and I was dead. What the fuck was that while they play with my mind and you know, how we say it in the for your reference household, you know, don't ride. Don't run. Don't run a story when you say it was all a dream of the end of June. Yeah, so it felt like a copper at the time which it was it was just brilliant movie making and writing and I I come to appreciate its significance even more now re-watching it the old me was super Dom so don't even pay attention to him. Yes, because we now have the upgraded lernard. So amazing. Yeah. Okay. I think I need a quote on a workout because my my prototypes a bit faulty. Oh wow. So let's let's dive into some of the characters in this film that obviously we're going to start off with cold. I definitely want to lay my accolades for Haley because I felt like he stole the scene every time he was on the screen brilliant performer. Met him through and through and you know what? I'm starting to realize the more Bruce Willis films that I watch he actually acts and what I mean by that is, you know, when you watch someone and they're just there and not seen but then you have actors where you can see that they're acting I don't know if it's a bad thing or not, but I can I could see Bruce Willis acting in this but in any case even though he was acting he took all the same every single time. Oh, yeah. He really really really performed his ass off, you know, if if there was like this is the only movie off a lease should be known for I think it is sadly, but I was just thinking about you know, he he drove me he almost drove to tease if I wasn't waiting at the back of my mind just waiting for to chuckle a bit more for you know getting it it was just one of those moments where far out. I've not seen wage. It's all performance like this in ages. Yeah, actually and this was an older film as well because child actors can can border on Broadway. Annoying for Christmas is the fancy word. But sometime kid actors can get fucken annoying right and Cole really felt like it's just wild because it's like getting kids to focus and then further extend that to make us believe cuz I believed I believe that he felt like he saw what he saw. Yeah, whether that was the genuine reality is a story for another day and if we're grounding it in reality, we're unfortunately these Fantastical elements don't exist come and fight me in your thoughts see corners of the internet, but I really believe that he believes what he was seeing. Right and it's so it's so fucking interesting because even while off We were watching this, you know, and I think it was after he revealed that he could see dead people to dr. Crew. I turned to you and I said, when are we going to see it off from his perspective, you know, there's usually a key change for like a note change in a film where we start to see the reality of the reality sort of dissolve. Right? And that's what I asked you. I was like, when are we going to see what coal saying? But little did Katie know we were seeing what he was seeing the whole fucking time. He took doctor Crow was fucking dead..
"kyra" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And you were that kid walking down the street You wouldn't be so cavalier and describe well wouldn't like being pissed that you would explain it to them so that they understand it's because people your age that look like you commit a disproportionate amount of the crime. It's true. They're not picking on you that trying to protect your grandma from getting shot in the street. If you explain it, so in that way, they might understand it because that's what's happening. And by the way of imagine 97%, or 93% of the Magna rallies were peaceful and 7% were violent. Would they be saying the same? Crap. I don't think so. I don't know. And that's the first time I heard that stat was Kyra Kyra told my wife because I think about doing the podcast together. She goes, you know, listen, she said 94% Kelemen, said 93%, she said, 94% or say our peaceful protests. And I wanted a lot. I said, Where'd you get that number from? Who is out there? Quantifying how many of these are actually peaceful? And when I see cities like Atlanta and Portland and Chicago in New York and Seattle, and the list goes on and on cities on fire, almost always who's quantifying? They get that from? Ah, arrest numbers, and we all know That the police are instructed not to arrest in Portland and Seattle and various other cities in New York as well, There were but riding down on the Brooklyn Bridge. I think they arrested like five people there were there were hundreds. I mean, remember, that s so so that stat is AH, inaccurate as well. All right, 1 808 for eight W A. B c 1 808 for eight. 92 22. Yes, Corey's only they did call that malice at the palace that piston Pacers scrap up. You can listen to Bernie and said every day on Alexa simply say Alexa, Enable the 77 WNBC skill power of information at your fingertips. Download this 77 WNBC mobile lab now. Ladies and gentlemen, in times like these, I really come to appreciate my health and mobility to do what I want. When I want.
"kyra" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Have these issues I'd rather have Kyra you're having play I held the season this year a somewhat held the season this year and then worry about the rain joining and seeing where he is al bow for up to speed he's going to be instead it's like you're starting from scratch again now with both guys who on top of the chemistry issues and on top of it all the Ross with the rain you have injury concerns about now both guys not just one of them well you're right about that no one dies really doesn't turn on the as far as how does she have a charmer Walker what could happen those stockings with that yes yes I'm Morton she will be with them for quite much further more we're potentially threaten the east wall not potentially I mean they all are a threat in the east and you will get the NBA's Eastern Conference I think it's I don't know I mean it's probably more open to me he then it would be what the west the west is no maybe D. it's certainly deeper but I would think the west I can envision anybody really knocking off the Lakers in some people talk about the rockets potentially being that team obviously the clippers but really it's a two team race to meet with the Lakers and clippers and I'd have to favor lebron Anthony Davis over everybody else there clipper is that it will be a heck of a series of see those two go at it but in the east I mean it's really Milwaukee do you trust them in the post season even though they had a dominant regular season they're still young and still learning so you trust in the post season Toronto usually lost quite wanted they've had it's really thick year this year you do trust them in the post season but how far can they go without that superstar in Kawhi and then you get you Celtics right there the heat the Sixers I mean they're all kind of bunched up so I could see you can make an argument for the Celtics coming out of these you can make an argument for the raptors for the box for the Sixers for the heat I'll buy goes far as the Pacers but these is at least sixty and the west is a deeper conference but they're there to me you know harder to envision somebody knocking off the Lakers or even the clippers more so than it is with the top teams in the Eastern Conference the building can be Yankee this is becoming a really bad situation was stable enough no we never had this type of war injury unfortunately some cosmetic that is timely John and I know you do have enough players you look this injury is severe you may have to start looking for another instructional no picture season yeah well they're death is going to be tested right from the get go see Jane thanks for the call because of the injuries already to James backs and we Severino so they may have to go outside the organization eventually depending on the severity of these issues or anything else happens all right now you're looking at Tanaka coal coal Tanaka hap Montgomery allies ago I mean they have enough I'll be David Garcia may be competing for rotations body here let's see all plays out in spring training but they should have enough to get through the first month or so the season and hope to get some of these guys back healthy now if they lose them they'll they lose both accidents every no for you know extended period of time it would several you know I think that that's more likely than it is with tax then but who knows then they might have to go out there and address that needed the all star break Hey they trade deadline maybe they need to do that anyway maybe they feel like because of Severino issues in because the pact and issues maybe they feel like they need a legit number two or number three behind Tanaka let's say Colton aka then they want that number three because the dock in the post season you trust assuming he stays healthy and a long way to go to the post season I get it but I mean come on at some point the significant amount of injuries with the Yankees is I would think it's going to catch up with him at some point no and this will be more about Severino individually anyway where maybe he's not going to be what the Yankees and some others like myself thought he was going to be the Yankees version of the ground so to speak that's what the goal was I mean that's what he's supposed to be well he's close to that now I know it's tough to get to that level was automatic I won back to back cy Youngs but you know what I mean they're young controllable ace is gonna go out there and dominate that you can rely upon well you can't because he was bad in the Posies one healthy and now is not healthy anymore so how can you trust getting anything consistent at a Louis Severino each year goes by that trust takes a bigger and bigger and bigger head two point one now I don't think you can count on and not only should you be thankful that you have Garak over the post season but now you're gonna need in the regular season prior to that you really didn't really matter you just one on line up in game one of whatever debate you know the the division series now you need him in the regular season these are more bodies they're they're dropping like flies with the act do we have that clip producer fleas that you were able to get that you want to play that next hour called next hour we'll have it for you where the caller called in beat you know the first call of course we do we talk to talk about uniting call me a slob which did not happen factually incorrect we did find the clip though that they think the call was alluding to which happened not yesterday morning but on Wednesday morning so we can run that back just to clarify your remarks we'll get to the NFL as well on the other side whatever you feel like talking about eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six Alec out on the fence were you one of the millions whose identity may have been compromised in the recent breach the one of the millions who trust their identity protection to LifeLock life like now includes the power.