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"llorente" Discussed on GSMC Soccer Podcast

GSMC Soccer Podcast

09:35 min | 6 months ago

"llorente" Discussed on GSMC Soccer Podcast

"And then when you talk defense. I mean he was an anchor. Three point. fifty five tackles per ninety minutes. that's in the ninety. Four th percentile. One point eight. Four interceptions eighty six percentile. Two point one blocks eighty percent town even in the air. He was absolutely incredible just over three two of three areas one per game. That's in the ninety six percentile and This guy was just an absolute workhorse. Never quit was always hustling and just made the right decisions. He was a vital piece to to what they were doing throughout the entire season. And if it wasn't for him they probably wouldn't have won the lead to be honest. I know bill. Yacky barack yilmaz's was very important to what they were doing and was one of their best attacking players. But if it wasn't for the calmness and poise that benjamin andre played in that midfield You'll probably wouldn't have had the balls much as he did. So benjamin andre comes in at number ten and an underrated number ten at that and number nine. We have paul papa. And i know pod gets a lot of slack for the way he plays at times. You know doesn't put a lot of effort. You know all the time but he still an incredibly talented midfielder. I mean he can do pretty much whatever you want in the attack. But he's also a pretty decent defender puts puts put in a lot of the work towards the end of last season But i mean he's no longer in my opinion among that that top five midfield in conversation like he was when he first entered man united. He deceived just doesn't have that you know that that light about him i just don't feel it anymore But you look at his what. He didn't drought the season. At europa league champions league and premier league he had five goals and six assists in his. What thirty seven appearances solid numbers. But you look at his more advanced numbers like what what. Statistic wise wasn't a great passer was about eighty three point two percent pass completion but he did pass about sixty three point. Five times per ninety minutes eightieth percentile. His dribbling once a month was amongst the best among midfielders Just under two point. One dribbles per ninety minutes in the ninety seven th percentile He had the most touches in the attacking penalty area that which was in the ninety six percentile and obviously we know he is a physical presence so he was one of the best in terms of aerial duels. One two point four nine eros one per ninety minutes. I was in the ninety second percentile and he had a lot of clearances. Well was an eightieth percentile among clearances with to a ninety minutes and he was amongst the best among in midfielders in all the attacking Statistics assist expected. Assist shot creating action. Stock totals non penalty goals. You name it. He was in the top percentiles in all of those statistics and paul parker and honestly he was one of the best french players throughout the euros despite them kinda crashing out there a lot of that. None of that really had to do. With what paul did. He was incredible throughout that tournament and just continues to improve on his value after a kind of a inconsistent season with manchester united last year. And now there's talks about him making a move to ps g. Which obviously. I would absolutely love him in the middle of the field with Y album variety. It would be something to watch and talking about gherardi. He comes in at number eight. And i'll tell you what i'm i'm just. I absolutely love his game. I mean his ability to control the midfield with his You know control the ball his passing ability his vision and then of course you know he. He has the defensive abilities to be an anchor as well. I mean i always seen them as a defensive midfielder. But i understand like as time has gone on. He's much better utilize as a holding midfielder. Someone that can go box to box Be used as the playmaker. The deep lying playmaker but also be a defender that kind of that always disrupts counterattack from the opposing teams. I mean you look at three point. Zero seven tackles per ninety minutes. That's in the eighty seven th percentile and then all of his technical skill stats are in the you know as high as they can possibly be. I mean he averaged almost a hundred point. Four pass attempts per ninety minutes. It's easily the best amongst any midfielder. A ninety one point seven percent pass completion. Ninety seven th household to have that many pass attempts. I mean you're being used to pretty much control the entire midfield. And you're passing it that many times. You're touching nearly two point six times in the attacking penalty area and still controlling the ball and making that many acura passes. It's actually incredible. His ten point seven progressive carries. Which means you know he gets the ball in makes you know. Those effect effective runs into the opposing half. He's in the ninety nine percent thailand. That is well. Progressive passes makes the smart passes seven point five per ninety minutes. It's in the ninety eight th percentile and the technical skills. Two point three dribbles completed per ninety minutes. The ninety seventh percentile. You name it. Marco variety does it. And i mean if you weren't sure about that you look the way he played for italy in the euro's was an absolute vital piece of the way that they Made that run to the euro final and eventually won it Just just an absolutely incredible midfielder. Marco over artisan. I honestly hope that he stays with. Pse for his entire career. I mean now at the age of what twenty eight. He's kind of already passed that time to really make a big move elsewhere. He's already in his in the club but he you know he's probably gonna spend the rest of his career with and i'm happy that it's with. Psg mark over rt number. Eight possibly could have gone higher. But i had to respect The other guys up ahead and just what they did this past season. And that includes marcus. Markle's urine. I mean the performance that he had for athletico madrid this season. I mean it. Just look at that. I mean he had what Forty five matches played with team. The league and champions league get thirteen goals and twelve assists absolutely phenomenal and his ability to also be a decent piece in the defense as well It's it really goes without saying that. Mark villaret llorente was one of the key pieces to athletico madrid title-winning season and and just is one of the best midfield in the world. That's why he comes in and number seven. I all the attacking us statistics. He's pretty much near the top. Among midfielders he had. I'm probably one of the most touches in the attacking penalty area for For midfielders three point. Three six per ninety minutes in the ninety seventh percentile. And he's also like i said he's a decent defender t always works put about twenty a pressures per ninety minutes in the seventieth percentile and does a lot of that dirty work and and for a guy to be as good as he is in the attack to do that as well Just shows you. How versatile he is and just what he does for diego. Simione squad I i honestly the wasn't really much talk about him. I didn't really hear much news about the kind of season marcus rent was. That's why he wasn't really in my thoughts. Was i thinking about this list. But he absolutely deserves to be in this top ten and possibly even higher with the kind of stats. He put up the season and number six. We have frankie they young. I mean the the young stud just continues to impress at barcelona with his ability to control the ball Make the right decisions with the passes. I mean ninety two point. One percent pass completion. That's in the ninety seventh percentile among among his defense could use a bit of work but his control with the ball is a bill his technical skills just make him one of the like abortion loan midfielder he is exactly the type of midfielder that barcelona love to have a guy that can push it up the field. Make the right decisions and be dangerous inside the box as well i mean. He had three goals and five assists between forty four league and champions league appearances and Probably should have had more. I mean just the way he was able to set up players throughout the season. wasn't credible. And frankie young was certainly eight at excellent signing for barcelona to have in you know Last season any proven it. He's proven it through his time. He's not shied under the lights of barcelona and continues to impress and going to be a major fixture for this team for years to come and number five. We have to go to iago of liverpool. I mean this guy is Even though last year. I had him at number one. Because i mean the role that he played for byron munich was unquestionably. The probably the best filled role of any player.

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"llorente" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:22 min | 8 months ago

"llorente" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Coco's next real time traffic update at 8 50 patchy fog this morning and we are seeing it dotting the county, burning off to mostly sunny skies with an excessive heat warning, starting at 11 o'clock this morning until Friday night for desert areas, today's high in the desert one Oh, 7 70 on the coast 82 Inland 89 in the mountains. Right now it's 64 cloudy, little bit hazy and foggy downtown as well. Coco news time 8 42 to dry heat, though. Don't know that it is so well. California Prosecutors say they will not again seek the death penalty against Scott Peterson of San Diego in the 2002 murder of his pregnant wife, Lacey, even if he is granted a new trial based on juror misconduct, But the judge said Tuesday the death sentences unnecessarily off the table because laws and prosecutors can change she's considering if Peterson should get a new trial. In the 2002 death of Lacy Peterson, who was eight months pregnant. Peterson's attorney says prosecutors may be able to change their decision not to seek the death penalty if there's a new trial. A bill to prohibit law enforcement from using tear gas, chemical agents and projectiles to disperse a peaceful protest has passed in the assembly. The bill by San Diego was suddenly woman, Llorente. Gonzales requires officers to be trained on the safe use of kinetic projectiles and chemical agents. For situations were any person's life is threatened or if they are at risk of serious injury. Those instances, officers would be required to issue verbal warnings and use other de escalation tactics first and may not aim at the head, neck or other vital organs. A B 48 also requires law enforcement agencies to report any use of projectiles and chemical agents that resulted in injury to the state Department of Justice. The bill now goes to the state Senate, Maryland Haider KOGO News. A new study says misinformation is preventing some people from getting their covert shot. A recent survey from the Kaiser Family Health Foundation says some 54% of Americans believe the common misinformation being spread about the covert 19 vaccine. Doctor Christian Roemer's of family health Centers of San Diego tells reporting partner 10 News Social media has played a role pot has been stirred a little bit by anti backs people and by misinformation that's been spread on the Internet. Dr Raines There's also says there's no data to back up claims about infertility issues. Literally. There is 00 evidence that there's any effect on fertility doctor Roemer's hopes the state incentives push those on the fence to get the shot at him. A coven KOGO news so Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit may have to surrender that title after failing a second drug test. New York Times says the horse again was found to have an illegal amount of a drug used to reduce pain and swelling. The test was actually ordered by Hall of Fame Thoroughbred trainer Bob Baffert after Medina Spirit tested positive post race Lawyer for the owner of the horse, told the Times. He's hopeful further tests will reveal the positive test is due to other factors like cross contamination. If Medina spirit is disqualified, it would only be the second time in the 147 year history of the race that a horse lost its title due to a failed drug test. There's a new name in the ongoing war to have the best streaming service. It's called Warner Brothers Discovery, however. The deal that we combine Discovery and Warner media is still subject to regulatory approval. That's a lot of red tape. That deal is worth more than $40 billion. Liz Economou applied for a marketing job, but then learn the job description included quote, engaging in regular conversations about race and equity through all staff meetings, trainings and a diversity equity Inclusion Book Club. I did not want it at all. I mean, because I want a job based on meritocracy. 35% of all Park entertainment is supposed to be geared toward underserved communities. Residents will learn what that means when the park was completed in 2024. Here are the stories trending scripts..

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"llorente" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

05:33 min | 8 months ago

"llorente" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Bloomberg for news radio. 600 Kogo. Thanks Gina. President Biden spoke in Tulsa, Oklahoma Tuesday to commemorate the 1/100 anniversary of the Tulsa Race massacre. The president announcing his new initiatives to close the racial wealth gap, My administration's launched an aggressive effort to combat racial discrimination in housing. That includes everything from redlining. The cruel fact that a home owned by a black family is too often appraised at lower value to the similar homes on by the waist. That massacre happened back in 1921. When white supremacist mob attacked the black part of the city burning and looting businesses and homes. The mob killed roughly 300 people and left about 10,000 black people homeless. They are expected to reopen plants today. But the White House says it's engaging directly with the Russian government. After JBs, one of the largest meat processors in the world was hacked. It's a ransomware attack. We don't know how much money the Attackers are demanding, but this has resulted In about half a dozen U. S facilities be shut down Other shut down in Australia and Canada reporter Tom Costello says. The latest hat comes less than four weeks after Russian criminals launched a similar attack against Colonial pipeline a major U. S. Fuel supplier San Diego Police Department updating the way it interacts with members of the transgender community and you go. Police officer Cristian Garcia says The new guidance will help STP t understand and respect those they come in contact with well got to the office. What the definitions are for the trans gender, non binary community. How does a lot of police report searches and pat down for the transgender community kind of book somebody who's transgender and non binary. It also talks about not using the identification of the person as an ultimate decision of the person's gender that we actually will use their preferred gender and preferred name additional referring to people by that preferred name and pronoun officers will document and book members of the transgender community according to their gender identity. Allow them to choose the gender of the officers searching them. Jack Runako News Ah bill to prohibit law enforcement from using tear gas, chemical agents and projectiles to disperse a peaceful assembly has passed in the assembly. The bill by San Diego was suddenly woman, Llorente. Gonzales requires officers to be trained on the safe use of kinetic projectiles and chemical agents. Situations were any person's life is threatened or if they are at risk of serious injury and those instances, officers would be required to issue verbal warnings and use other de escalation tactics first and may not aim at the head, neck or other vital organs. A B 48 also requires law enforcement agencies to report any use of projectiles and chemical agents that resulted in injury to the state Department of Justice. The bill now goes to the state Senate. Maryland HAIDER KOGO NEWS, California Voters will soon decide on the issue of sports betting a proposition would allow betting on sports games and Indian casinos and it horse racing tracks. But guess gambling analyst Chris Grove tells reporting partner 10 News Online SPORTS Betting is not being considered sports betting is on the whole and incredibly contentious issue. Once you add online gambling of any kind to the mix, it becomes an issue that is potentially unsolvable. L went on to say without the approval of online sports, betting the state may not take in as much revenue. The issue will be on the ballot in November of next year, New study finds the worldwide number of smokers has hit a record high. The study, published last week in The Lancet says smoking killed almost eight million people in 2019 and The authors of the report say efforts to curb smoking have been outstripped by population growth. It says government should focus on discouraging young people from taking up smoking, finding that 89% of new smokers were addicted by age 25. But after that age, they were unlikely to start the habit, The report says. Just 10 countries make up two thirds of the world's smoking population. With the top five being China, India, Indonesia, the U. S and Russia Amazon is getting behind legislation to legalize marijuana at the federal level. In a statement, the e commerce giant said they will also stop screening. Some workers for the drug company helps other employers will join them in support, and policymakers will act swiftly to pass this law, it says. Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment. An Expungement act was reintroduced in the house last month and only does it de criminalize the drug. 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"llorente" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:12 min | 8 months ago

"llorente" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"In the Cocoa News Center to Tacoma officers are charged with murder and another with manslaughter in the death of manual Ellis, a black man who died after telling them he couldn't breathe as he was being restrained. Witnesses reported Seeing two officers attack Ellis without provocation. The 33 year old man was killed in March of last year, just weeks before George Floyd's death. Ellis is final words. I can't breathe, sir or captured by a home security camera. The Senate is expected to vote this evening on a bill whether decorated January 6th commission, the House passed bill establishing an independent commission to investigate the January 6th riot at the Capitol appears unlikely to advance in the Senate. Republican leader Mitch McConnell says a new panel will not uncover new fax. But obviously the role of the former president has already been litigated exhaustively. At least 10 Republicans will need to join Democrats to advance the commission legislation that majority leader Chuck Schumer says is vital. We must get at the truth and do everything in our power to restore American's faith in our elections without agreement on a commission, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi couldn't panel of Congressional Committee to hold hearings. That's Jared Halpern. Senate Republicans debate a counter offered to President Biden's $1.7 trillion infrastructure proposal one worth about half assed much. The plan unveiled today would spend 928 billion with extra money for roads, bridges, railroads, airports and water infrastructure. The two sides seem to be getting closer to a deal the Republican officer offer. Is nearly double their previous offer, while the president has offered to cut 550 billion from his original proposal. Bill on its way to the state Senate would increase the amount of money a worker gets during paid family leave. The program provides time off for parents to bond with their newborn or to care for a seriously ill family member. Right now, A person only gets a portion of their income on leave Assembly member Llorente Gonzales bill to guarantee 90% of a worker's income when they're on paid leave, has been approved unanimously and the assembly and now goes to the Senate. And a new behavioral Health job training program is being funded in San Diego..

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"llorente" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"llorente" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Impeachment trial of former President Trump continues his Democrats serving his house impeachment managers argue for senators to convict Trump for incitement of an insurrection. The former president's defense attorney, David Chauhan, characterized the trial as a political stunt. It seems like they want a lot of screen time for themselves. They're clearly, you know, playing to the cameras to the public. Democrats accused the 45th president of inciting the January 6th right at the Capitol. With his rhetoric on social media and at rallies kids are the focus of Assembly Bill 506 being introduced this week, aiming to protect California's Children from abuse. In youth serving nonprofits, author of the Bill San Diego Assemblywoman Llorente. Gonzales says the legislation would require volunteers who worked with kids to complete mandated reporter training. But we want to protect Children and the best way possible, and that's not just going after the person who are committed the crime, it's ensuring that crime never gets committed in the first place. Gonzalez says the training helps volunteers better understand what abuse is and who they report to. If past, maybe five or six would use liability insurance leverage to require clear volunteer policies when working with Children. If metallic balloon during your Valentine's future, keep him inside and secure, move waits if they're outside so they don't float away. Utility companies say those balloons caused power outages when they come into contact with utility lines. Mpg Inis territory. Last year, there was a 30% spike in outages because of balloons. They had more than 450 knockout power to more than 250,000 people. I don't.

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"llorente" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"llorente" Discussed on KOMO

"Would abolish the death penalty. The House is expected to sign off on the measure in the governor says he'll sign it. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed the comb. Oh, afternoon news. Come on. News time 302. Good afternoon sunshine in many areas Right now we have 48 in downtown Seattle. I'm Rick fan sites. ELISA Jaffe With a day off. Here's what's happened. I'm Sue Romero after administering thousands of covert 19 vaccines. U Dub Medicine is now among the providers managing a shortage of vaccines right now, Supply continues to be challenging. Dr. Lisa Brandenburg says they have to put new vaccine appointments on Hold for now, but says they can fulfill 1st and 2nd dose appointments that were already scheduled. I'm Ryan Harris, landlords could work out repayment plans and their tenants could reduce their back rent debt under a bill, which would also forbid late fees for people hurt by the pandemic. Democratic State Senator Patty Cooter says the ultimate goals of the bill are not worried about whether they're going to have money and landlords don't have to wait months on and to get paid. Opponents argue the bill too broadly defines terms like repayment plan and Would allow people to fall farther behind a party line vote sends the bill for the Ways and Means Committee. I'm Charlie Harder. Washington is a hub for businesses involved in the space industry. Robin toff with the state Department of Commerce as the numbers continue to grow, there are nearly 100 companies in our space ecosystem in 38 cities, both urban and rural. Now a State House committee is considering a bill on how to attract and keep those businesses here. With their well paying jobs. I'm Jeff Pooja Llorente Gonzalez is running for Seattle Mayor You know that the city the city of Seattle is a city that really prides itself in our progressive values. Hollis is the current City Council president and is expected to be one of the more left leaning candidates. So far, At least nine people have filed their candidacy with the state's public disclosure commission. Requirement for raising money and seeking office and a purported member of the Seattle chapter of the Proud Boys has been arrested in connection with last month's riot at the U. S. Capitol, the Justice Department, says 30 year old Ethan Nordine, also known as Rubio, Pan man. Faces a number of charges, including obstructing or impeding an official proceeding, as well as aiding and abetting the combined charges could result in decades behind bars if he's convicted. Federal investigators say. Nordine use social media to outline plans for confrontation ahead of the riot and was among the crowd of rioters who entered the capital on January. 6 still to come on coma. National public School enrollment has dropped her the pandemic, but not for public charter schools. I'm Carleen Johnson. Homo traffic. Now every 10 minutes on the force from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. It's three or four Dan. Here's marina rack, Inger. Well, westbound 5 20 the on round from Westlake Some Amish Parkway. There is a.

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"llorente" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"llorente" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The weather forecast on Ken Barlow and five eyewitness news today. Mostly cloudy with a high of 30 Tonight Low of 18 and then tomorrow mostly cloudy again high of 30 for it, Not during the day and we could get down to only 32 at night, so it won't be too bad. Tomorrow night. Currently it is 21 at my talk 171. Take a hold on me. Hey, don't forget Today is Tuesday. So we're taking your confessions that's coming up at 11 30 today You can call us at that time or you can send us an email if you would like to take part. Go to the Facebook pages? Well, the question that we posted there reads What? What's the most embarrassing thing that you've done in front of somebody that you just that? This comes from this Kelsea Ballerini story of meeting Miranda Lambert and essentially hemorrhaging at the mouth. Yeah, pretty much. Yep. It was the whole thing. So we'll get to that coming up at 11 30 Right now. I watched a Watch something really cute on Netflix That was recommended to me by my friend Olivia. Have you birthday, Olivia? Hey, Olivia. On bits Really cute. It zah short film. And it's called What would Sofia Llorente do? And it's a very sweet documentary about this. This woman from New Jersey who grew up in an Italian family, Her name is Nancy Vincenza Kulik. She's a mother. She's a grandmother. She's a spitfire on Dshaughnessy spent her whole life admiring Sophia Loren and It's a little documentary that kind of talks about the parallels of her life to its Sofia, Lorenzen and her movies and how they influenced her. It's just a cute little Cute little piece of work. And it has a really cute ending, which I really love. I really love how short this Woz Um and I have a little bit of the trailer for you. A wonderful Donna. You know, when the Children when they had a problem, and they run it by me, I would often ask myself what would Sophia Loren nto? What? What's a feeler and do like me? My parents. They went to the Italian movies. And I remember seeing Sofia Llorente. Now there's a.

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"llorente" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"llorente" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"They're taking him literally. Yeah, and our our own former colleague Will Carless, who now writes for the U. S. A today flew to from San Diego to D C, apparently sitting next to her the whole time. Yeah, it's amazing how small the world is Alright late last month, right before Christmas and right after we shut down the podcast for a little winter's nap. Governor Gavin Newsom made two big announcement. First, he appointed Secretary of State Alex Padilla to the U. S Senate seat that vice President elect Kamila Harris is leaving. And then he immediately Filled that secretary of State Seat with San Diego Assemblywoman. Shirley Weber, not Llorente. Gonzales. Yeah, That was a moment that I screamed at my desk to No one. It was. It's very rare that were that surprised about a political development of any kind. I mean, it goes years before you get those kinds of things. Yeah, it was Kind of a rare like, Oh, politics is fun for this, like one second in time, and then you know very quickly As we've discussed it became soul crushing. Again. Um, but there was a real moment there were with Padilla and Weber and Gaming out whom I take her place in the assembly, where things were kind of exciting and fun, And I appreciate that little gift. Yeah. So, um, Surely whoever represents the 79th Assembly district, which is, uh, southeastern San Diego, but also the Mesa Lemon Grove. And then south big parts of eastern Tula Vista. It's It's very similar to Sarah Jacobs District in Congress. It's this sprawling, extremely diverse. There's a lot of wealthy people there are poor people. There are vast diversity of ethnicities and backgrounds. Now next door to her is the assembly's district that Reading Gonzalez represents. And Lauren Gonzalez was openly running for secretary of state. She had been making it clear she wanted. Didn't she announced it on our podcast? That's right. She did make it official on the podcast. And she even had, like an actual campaign architectures set up really far in advance. I think in advance of even Alex Padilla running for reelection in 2020, or maybe 2018 she has, you know. Actual fundraising campaign committees set up she has, you know, like she's actually running, she raised like $350,000. She had built a portfolio of bills to sort of build her credibility for those seat. Access for younger people to the ballot. The motor voter the Is that what his motor voter registration at D. M. V. S. She had really tried to be. The legislator for running for voting rights is the reason you don't have to pay postage to mail in your ballot. You know, she's tried to spearhead voter education bills and allowing 17 year olds to vote. All kinds of Voting efforts has been one of not the only focus of her time in the Legislature. Obviously, she's very in the labor and Women's issues as well. But but it's certainly one of like the three cornerstones that she's been invested in. And then there's Weber, who who had never Told the governor. She wanted the job right and she you know, here's who she's by. Far as I said in the politics before I wrote about this, I think the undisputed best speaker on the hill in our in Sacramento, she and I think it's precisely because the things that she drives at the Capitol Are the things that she is deeply passionate about, and they are above all else to major things. One is criminal justice, reform and police use of lethal force and and changing how that works and then equity in quality of education and the two groups that she, you know fights with the most in those issues, the police union and the teachers union. You know, she's She's one of very few willing to take both of them on as seriously as she does. Yeah, it's going to be really interesting. You know, I think, she told Cal matters that she's Hopes that she has sort of put into place some pieces and encourage people in the Legislature to kind of take up that mantle, But it's not immediately clear to me who would do it so forcefully. There's another. You know, Southern California black legislator who has been involved in these issues. Holly Mitchell, who's now on the L, a County Board of Supervisors, and so without either of them in the Legislature. Um, I'm not sure who that champion would be. There are a few You know possibilities, but certainly no one who Would be so willing to take on these powerful groups as aggressively as she has. Yeah. So, uh, I mean credit. I mean, just before we move on from this particular point put into perspective. How did disappointed this must have been for Larentowicz also must have been just devastating. Yeah, I think, um As surprised as we all were. It was probably that surprise for her mixed with, you know, extreme disappointment and sorrow, and she and she probably had, like, really think about what she could say about it because another answer. She's friends and Everybody respects Shirley Weber, and you don't want to take away from that moment and and you know, black woman taking that seat to is such a powerful thing, especially voting rights, access and stuff like that. It's just It was an incredibly confusing day. I think for a lot of people. Yeah, And so I had sort of. I suppose I wasn't surprised necessarily that the governor didn't appoint. Llorona because she is so actively running the often times they don't want to put their finger on the scale for an upcoming and all election in that way, But if that were the case, he would expect them to appoint someone who was just sort of Ah, very clearly temporary guardian of the role a caretaker who was going to step aside and very quickly. We learned that Shirley Weber doesn't plan to do that. And so I think that is. What makes it so interesting is One. They were next door neighbors. They're district's are right next to each other colleagues who you know work on similar issues and of similar viewpoints. But one wanted the role and one had no idea..

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"llorente" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"llorente" Discussed on KOMO

"State and across the country are breathing a sigh of relief, scattered light rain in downtown Seattle. Now we're showing 46 degrees, traffic and weather coming up in just four minutes. It's five o'clock. From the ABC News. I'm Daria holding her Georgia's secretary of state, once the election's clerk in Floyd County to step down an audit of the state's presidential elections results found about 2600 early voted ballots. In the heavily Republican County or uploaded into the election night results. State elections official Gabriel Sterling's This is such an amazing wonder, and they had issues in August. I'd like to see that elections Director Floyd County stepped down from his position because this was too important of an issue to the lad happen this way. Sterling also said that the audit so far has found no deviations from the original vote counts by then leads Georgia by about 14,000 votes. President elect Biden is meeting virtually today with business and union leaders is President Trump continues to block his transition from daily briefings, funding and office space to find this. More embarrassing for the country than debilitating for my ability to get started. Mr Body is expected to name some senior staff members as soon as this week. With covert 19 cases exploding nationwide, state and local leaders are taking action. There's a B C's Alex Perez are on track to be the worst month yet in the U. S. California extending limits on restaurants Gyms and movie theaters to most of the state, Michigan and Philadelphia, suspending in person learning for older students and indoor dining the US now averaging a staggering 145,000 coronavirus cases a day, one million in America diagnosis just within the last week. That's about 101. People diagnosed with the virus every single minute this evening, the governor of Iowa issues an indoor mask mandate. Madonna says it's toke over 19 vaccine appears to be 94, a half percent effective, according to the preliminary data on the vaccine. You're listening to ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed the top five and five from coma News. Good evening. I'm Rick fan sites with ELISA Jaffe. I'm Charlie Harder. Dr. Peter Gilbert leads the biostatistics team for the clinical trials program at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. He says New Kobe vaccine test results from Moderna are promising planning these studies and medical studies basically just won the masters. You know, I just feel really good about it. But you have a replication of the results from visor on on a similar type of vaccine. As he's hopeful life will slowly get back to normal in 2021. I'm Ryan Harris following the governor's announcement of new coronavirus restrictions, the Seattle City Council indicates it's an agreement with the decision, Council President Llorente Gonzales says they know it's difficult, but there are science, public health based reasons for why these restrictions need to be in place, Gonzalez says. That doesn't ease the burden on small businesses, especially restaurants, she and other members say with a potentially divided Congress, they need to add to the tens of Millions of.

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"llorente" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"llorente" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Js Louisville, an I heart radio station from ABC News. I'm Chuck's Iverson taking credit, but there's a ways to go. Unemployment fell to 8.4%. With nearly a million and a half Americans working again. We are recovering at a much faster rate than any other nation. But the president's own economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, says there are still millions out of work. And the nation must do more to help president saying he would okay a stimulus bill if Democrats give up demands. He says, have nothing to do with the pandemic. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden says the economy has only regained about half the jobs lost during the pandemic economic inequities that began before the downturn. I've only worsened under this failed presidency. Some companies like airlines were preparing workers for thousands of furloughs. If convicted, felons still have some restitution or other fees or fines to pay that does not prohibit him from voting, says the North Carolina court If they've served other parts of their sentences that could be appeals. Potentially dangerous defect. Hyundai now telling customers to keep their recalled cars parked outside until repairs can be made on a defect that could cause engines to catch fire, Hyundai and its affiliates, Kia announced the recall on 600,000 vehicles because of a brake fluid leak that could cause those fires. It affects the Santa Fe SUV's model years 2013 to 2015 and Kiss Llorente SUV's from 2014 to 20 1500 initially said it was safe to park those cars indoors before warning. Murs not to Kia has not recommended customers Park outside Light, Always ABC NEWS Murder No. One of the developers in the lead for a covert vaccine says it's slowing enrollment slightly and its large clinical trial to ensure it has enough.

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"llorente" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"llorente" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"New tools are undergoing testing at the Gerald R. Ford International Airport to see how well they clean viruses. Maintenance director Tim has Lip says One item is a robot. That's the first to be tested. It's such a facility. People are here. Are doing everything they can to try and prevent this. The UV disinfecting technology is being used mostly at baggage claim and security check points. The first case of West Nile and a person is confirmed in a 61 year old man from Alpine, but it's believed he got it. When he went to Huma, West Nile is spread through mosquitoes that have been in contact with a diseased burger animal. And then that mosquito bite a human A new poll shows. Only 19% of black adults say they have a great deal of confidence in the police, while 56% of white adults do. The Gallup Poll has consistently found differences in Americans confidence in police, but this was the biggest racial gap ever recorded. Black voters also have much less confidence in the presidency with a 34 point drop from white voters. They were split on the military, the U. S Supreme Court and the criminal justice system, but had similar levels of confidence and institutions like newspapers, banks and public schools. Work. Mayfield, NBC News Radio, a San Diego residents unique flight, said Cem Aviation Records Robert Day, Llorente's has returned home after travelling from the South Pole to the North Pole. Over the past nine months. The Aviator and former Navy officers, 26,000 mile mission spanned across 22 countries and six continents, and he says his flight was between the only two places on the planet that have never been at war. He said records including successfully using bio fuels over the north and south poles for the first time and the longest distance flown in a twin or single engine turboprop 17.5 hours. Dan Noone KOGO News AMC theaters planning on charging 15 cents for movie tickets when its theatres reopen on August 20th after being closed for four months due to the pandemic. Yes, I said 15 cents However, there is a but in an effort to bring back audiences and pay tribute to the past. The tickets will be sold at roughly the equivalent prices of what it cost when Madonna went to the movies in 1920 But these prices won't be for new films. The prices 15 cents will be for what it calls Legacy titles like Black Panther and the Empire Strikes back, Okay. You're going to use time. 7 37 All right, It's we're already feeling it A little sticky little warmish. What's causing this? How long is it gonna last? We talked to 10 news reporting partner meet a monologist Meghan Perry, and she is the best. She is awesome. We've got traffic coming. Oppa's well. Kogo news time. 7 37 Cocos, A longtime money man, George Chamberlain spent his life helping people in the community help us honor his memory by recognizing others who do the same Makoto kogo dot com Keyword Chamberlain nominated personal organiser. Station for the Kogo Sdcc George Chamberlain Leadership award. So I never thought that I would find myself in this position, You know? Well, you might not know, but.

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"llorente" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"llorente" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Door for any official that might visit for a compliance check, saying, We're not in violation of any license to do business and we're not breaking any laws will take the final will take the lights set up and we'll just do what we have to do it in Texas Governor Greg Abbott worn last week. If people don't start to wear masks, the next step would be a state locked down. He was asked about that Tuesday in an interview with Katie, VT. Television. When you look at the actions that I took to shut down bars, a cz well as to require face must be worn. It's going to take several weeks before you can see the level of effect of that. And so it's going to take several more weeks to see the effect of this CBS News update. I'm bill rake off. Willis Governor Charlie Baker is making it a priority and the hope that classes can resume in classrooms this fall. Now a word of warning from the Massachusetts teachers unions out, calling for a phased in reopening of schools. Instead, this plan, they say, would go in lockstep with the States. Four Step opening plan for businesses of the Massachusetts Teachers Association, the Boston teacher's Union and the American Federation of Teachers of Massachusetts, say returning to school It's going to be complicated and going to be accompanied by social, emotional and academic needs that educators don't fully understands and they are pushing for baby steps. Instead, two sisters and a clothing store do what entrepreneurs do They come up with what they hope is going to be the next big thing. BBC's Carl Stephen says these South Boston entrepreneurs are ready to hit the high speed lane with this idea. Vicky and Nicoletta Llorente Lakis, two sisters who own best dressed a store in South Boston. New when the virus close things down in order to survive. They have to think out of the box. So they created a box and accessories box for women who engage in virtual meetings they have created basically zoom fashion. This is Nicoletta..

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"llorente" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"llorente" Discussed on KOMO

"He was just flat to get back to work today. Eric stark says, he's starting back, slowly, his doctor agreed to up to four hours shift. He says he was a bit nervous. About what happened on March twenty seventh when a gunman shot him through the windshield killing two people and wounding another woman stark. A former pastor says he has some pain from his injury, but his faith keeps them going to continue driving the bus. I'd be okay with me. That's really how I deal with trauma. He says he looks forward to driving the seventy five on Sandpoint. We again, that's the rowdy was on the day of the shooting superman. Komo news that accused of going on the shooting rampage in Lake City in March has pleaded not guilty to the charges against him. Investigators say that tad. Michael Norman told them he drank so much. He blacked out doesn't remember the shooting. Norman had no criminal record before the shooting will be back in court in August. You made it clear you want lawmakers to make all their records public now that fight has reached the state supreme court. Komo's Ryan Harris has more attorney for the state legislature. Paul Laurence tells the justices that unlike state agencies which can't make laws lawmakers have the constitutional authority to decide which of their records are subject to public disclosure. It's a forty to do. And you find that not in the of agency. You find indefinite records. Michelle Earl Hubbard attorney for the Associated Press and other agencies that brought the case as the term agency isn't some magical term pointed out in our opening brief all the times in the state of Washington, where governmental entities list, as an agency, the legislature, the Senate and the house is just a common turn. It's a complex case that might require the justices to fill in some blanks in our state's public records law. So it'll be sometime before we hear their decision. Ryan Harris, KOMO news continue to make new planes at Boeing seven thirty-seven factory in Renton, but no one's buying them. The company says, nobody ordered new max jets for the second straight month. Experts say the drop in orders is not only because of the grounding of it's seven thirty seven max fleet but because of the huge back order of the plane analysts will be keeping a close eye on orders next week at the Paris air show since November two thousand sixteen. Eighteen the Seattle city council has passed more than a dozen nonbinding resolutions opposing moves by the president and congressional Republicans. But why komo's Jeff Pohjola looked into it. Most of the resolutions, put the city council on record against things like the travel ban the president's border wall in a repeal of Dhaka, none of them have any material effect on city law. But nearly all of them were sponsored by Llorente Gonzales, a former civil rights attorney and second term council member. She declined to talk to us about her reasoning, but you don't professor political science, Mark. Alan Smith says she could be positioning yourself to run for higher office. One reason for this, or, or maybe she's just wanting to position Seattle as, as a player in those national debates Gonzales isn't due for re election to the city council until twenty twenty one. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. The fire danger in the eastern part of the state is moderate right now here in western Washington. The dangerous, low Barich Burke of eastside fire and rescue says that could change in an instant safari departments are getting ready for a busy summer..

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"llorente" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"llorente" Discussed on KOMO

"Police. Investigate the shooting death of his mother. We learned in court, the baby just feet away when it happened. The boy's grandfather also the woman's father prosecutors now accused of shooting her to death at close range in the face here in the Renton apartment. I just made my heart. Over towing knowing that officers protecting him in not safeness that he needs. The gripping image. Now, coupled with this jailhouse court hearing, the man accused no show in court waiving his right to appear. Police say what ended in tragedy began as a domestic violence incident. Investigators still don't know yet. What led up to the shooting Monday evening at the Brighton rich apartment complex. But police said the father called nine one one afterwards and surrendered to arriving officers without incident. And the judge found reason to keep the accused man in jail. He's being held on a million dollar bail due back in court on Thursday. Komo news time four zero seven. The internet is the great equalizer. US Senator Maria Cantwell, says, as she calls for a return to a free and open net. We get more from komo's Corwin Hake ever since the FCC began rolling back internet regulations critics have complained the result will be to internet's a fast one for those able to pay and slow one for everyone else now that the internet is the great equalizer. Democratic Senator can't well says a to internet society will stifle the kind of innovations that come only with one internet for all innovative businesses need to have an internet. That is going to give them access to create jobs and move their local economies forward. What FCC charaged pie tells PBS NewsHour regulations disincentivize badly needed telecom. Investments, atrocity regulations. Hang like a black cloud. Over our businesses as well as calling on Senate Republicans to allow vote to repeal net neutrality rollbacks, Corwin Hake, KOMO news eve made it clear. You want lawmakers to make all their records public and now that fight has reached the state supreme court. Komo's Ryan Harris reports the attorney for the state legislature. Paul Laurence tells the justices that unlike state agencies which can't make laws lawmakers have the constitutional authority to decide which of their records are subject to public disclosure that surly within its authority to do. And although you find that not in the nation of ADC. You fight indefinite of records, Michelle Hubbard attorney for the Associated Press and other agencies that brought the cases, the term agency isn't some magical term pointed out in our opening brief all the times in the state of Washington, where governmental entities list, as an agency, the legislature, the Senate and the house is just a common term. It's a complex case that might require the justices to fill in some blanks in our state's public records law. So it'll. Will be some time before we hear their decision. Ryan Harris, KOMO news. Since November of two thousand sixteen the Seattle city council has passed more than a dozen nonbinding resolutions opposing moves by the president and congressional Republicans. But why come Jeff Pohjola looked into it? Most of the resolutions, put the city council on record against things like the travel ban the president's border wall in a repeal of Dhaka, none of them have any material effect on city law. But nearly all of them were sponsored by Llorente Gonzales, a former civil rights attorney and second term council member. She declined to talk to us about her reasoning, but not professor of political science, Mark. Alan Smith says she could be positioning yourself to run for higher office, one possible reason for this, or we're maybe she's just wanting to position Seattle as, as kind of a player in those national debates Gonzales isn't due for re election to the city council until twenty twenty one. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. For ten time now to head over the Harley. Exterior sports. Desk, or we find Bill Swartz, and those women set some record for goals today whether it's the World Cup match that and then some they sat around for France for a week, at least watch all the other teams playing when it was time for the United States for World Cup soccer match against Thailand today. They took no prisoners put on a clinic thirteen to nothing is an all time record setting score in women's World Cup seven different players found the net led by the five goals of Alex Morgan. Case.

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Toronto Serial Killer Bruce McArthur Gets Life Sentence in Case That Terrorized Gay Men

BBC World Service

03:13 min | 3 years ago

Toronto Serial Killer Bruce McArthur Gets Life Sentence in Case That Terrorized Gay Men

"A sixty seven year old landscape gardener and former shopping mall, Santa Claus who was revealed as a serial killer. Terrorizing Toronto has been sentenced to life in prison. Bruce, MacArthur, targeted the gay community in Canada's biggest city for seven years in total. Eight men were killed with police finding a ninth men tied to a bed alive when they stormed MacArthur's home to arrest him vulnerable victims, including homeless men immigrants and refugees from Ghana stance. Relent and Iran were lured to the home and then strangled to death. A jury in Toronto her disturbing. Details of what happened next during his trial who spoke to CBS's Llorente red cop who was in the courtroom for the sentencing or the judge called MacArthur, pure evil. So the judge said that really that this had to be about punishment and not about vengeance. And so he. We went through all the various options and everything that he took into account, for example. He talked about the who've horrific nature of these murders and talked about this as a collective nightmare. Four members of the community for family and friends saying that this is a nightmare that they would have to deal with for the rest of their lives. He also talked about how not only would these deaths have been slow and painful, but then also talked about the indignities that were experienced by the men's bodies as they were buried either in planters or in the ground at behind a home where McArthur worked as a landscaper detach. Also mentioned that yes, he did plead guilty. But said he didn't show any sign of remorse. Some of the family members of the victims were pleased with with the sentencing. That's right. Exactly. I mean, they would they wanted to see the maximum that however much that could be so we know that this is a life sentence. The crown had been asking for no chance of parole for fifty years. The judge talked about that as you know, that it would be largely symbolic as MacArthur would be a hundred and sixteen years of age if he were to be alive at that time, but still given that these were eight murders and so horrific in nature. He had saved pictures of the men both when they were alive and also once they had already been killed most of them were strangled, and then pictured in some cases with a fur coat or for hat and their bodies posed in some cases with a cigar in their mouths that these were such horrific crimes, the families and friends they wanted to see something more. And so the judge said, you know, it's unlikely that if he is alive at that time that he even will be granted parole parole

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"llorente" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"llorente" Discussed on KOMO

"Gone through and search combination pleasing to make sure residents were loaded how up five buildings caught fire. The city council in the small hours on a border town of Nogales has passed a resolution. Condemning the installation of new razor wire that now covers the entirety of a border wall through downtown. The city is threatening to sue unless government removes the wire within city limits. Daria Albinger, ABC news. Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven now the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. A nineteen year old university of Washington sophomore is dead. After a fall this morning on campus. We're told the woman hit her head after slipping and falling on the sidewalk near the electrical. And computer engineering building. She was rushed to Harborview medical center where she died. An investigation into the student's death is underway to try and find out exactly what happened. President Trump is declaring success in defeating ISIS. It should be formally announced. Sometime probably next week that we will have one hundred percent of the caliphate. Others though, say that's only part of the story congressman Adam Smith, chairman of the Armed Services Committee. Had a simple statement not he says well US forces have reduced the territory controlled by the terror group or still by most estimates. Tens of thousands of ISIS fighters spread out between Iraq and Syria. That's a number that retired four-star general. Barry McCaffrey agrees with Smith says the president's plan for a complete. Withdrawal of US troops is premature as American interests still need to be protected. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. Major league baseball says it can't find any credible evidence to back up claims of racist behavior by leaders of the Seattle. Mariners late last year Llorente Martin was fired after a season as the team's director of high performance when she left she made allegations of racist comments made against Latino players in LB launched an independent investigation in L says it can't find any evidence to back up those claims on Twitter. Martin says the investigation is incomplete in her lawsuit is moving forward because of that suit the team and league aren't making any further comment. Charlie Harger, KOMO news. More than a dozen high school students tell state lawmakers they're forced to spend their school days in buildings. That are old. Dan, dangerous comes Ryan Harris tells us about two bills that would make it easier to get money for upgrades. The bills would lower the threshold the passed a school bond Levy from sixty percent to either a simple majority or fifty five percent administrators say it's necessary because the state under fund school construction, and it's expensive to put bonds on the ballot only to fail port Angeles high school student. Andrew penna testified before a state Senate education committee eleven different buildings on thirty three acres only two security guards there sixty five years old recently a teacher's classroom caved in forcing the students to move to different classrooms. Republican Senator Mike Patton of Spokane valley. I know some constituents that have tax liens against her their houses are barely able to make it if.

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"llorente" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"llorente" Discussed on KOMO

"Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven now the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. President Trump proclaiming success in defeating ISIS. It should be formally announced. Sometime probably next week that we will have one hundred percent of the caliphate. But others say that's only part of the story. Congressman Adam Smith, chairman of the Armed Services Committee. Had a simple statement not he says well US forces have reduced the territory controlled by the terror group or still by most estimates. Tens of thousands of ISIS fighters spread out between Iraq and Syria. That's a number that retired four-star General Barry McCaffrey agrees with Smith says the president's plan for a complete withdrawal. All of US troops is premature as American interests still need to be protected. Jeff pohjola. Komo news league baseball says it cannot find any credible evidence to back up claims of racist behavior by leaders of the Seattle Mariners play last year Llorente Martin was fired after a season as the team's director of high performance when she left she made allegations of racist comments made against Latino players, and it'll be launched in independent investigation. And now says it can't find any evidence to back up those claims on Twitter. Martin says the investigation is incomplete in her lawsuit is moving forward because of that suit the team and league aren't making any further comment. Charlie Harger, KOMO news, more than a dozen highschool students. Tell state lawmakers they're forced to spend their school days in buildings that are old and dangerous. Come was Ryan Harris tells us about two bills that would make it easier to get money for upgrades. The bills would lower the threshold the passed a school bond Levy from sixty percent to either. Simple majority or fifty five percent administrators say it's necessary because the state under fund school construction, and it's expensive to put bonds on the ballot only to fail port Angeles high school student. Andrew penna testified before a state Senate education committee eleven different buildings on thirty three acres with only two security guards. They are sixty five years old tight recently, a teacher's classroom caved in forcing the students to move to a different classroom. Republican Senator Mike Patton of Spokane valley. I know some constituents that have tax liens against her their houses are barely able to make it if one.

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"llorente" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

06:10 min | 3 years ago

"llorente" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"We don't believe anything. Clovio flabby on say there. You you you swear, you met these kids? Yeah. They lived across the street from my grandmother. This was not just this was not just a story. You heard you. I actually had seen. I knew them. I mean, I was literally they make. But the mother would be out on the porch. Uh-huh. It sounds like Donald duck's nephews. Honestly. Sounds like a name the other two not so much. But those are old Italian names. I don't know if the names are, but the people the parents were from Italy. Boys. Born here, I imagine or at least the younger too. That's that's pretty good. Alison, thanks for your call those up. See if they're common genetic in Linden. You're on New Jersey one zero one point five. Hello. Hi. Hi. Yeah. I'm I'm doing a little boy that I've worked on the teachers I work with his name was Chagai. Now, that's however membership his name is by saying John Gotti. And then just replace it. With shag Godley. Yeah. Right. Dotty? How should I had never heard? I mean, I I'm not even originally from New Jersey, I'm from Ohio. But I heard that like there's John Gotti was like a big time legend. Yeah. Huge gangster gangsta. Oh, yes. Yeah. And so when you think about this and this kid was probably born on the east coast. So they they they didn't care it all how close it sound that the John Gotti because this young kid he certainly came along after John Gotti was this notorious legend and yet they made them Shug Addy anyway. Yes. They came up with that ancient name and culture were unaware ever to the just put to vows to phonics together. Three show gutty Ginette. Thanks for your call melody from Rumson. Hi, you're on New Jersey. One one point five. Yes. Hi. How are you? Okay. Same to you. Well, I have a very strange name, my sister-in-law, named her son. That's and I don't know if I can say his last name on the air. Please do it. Because it's part. I'm sorry. Yeah. We'd rather you not I know maybe maybe that adds story. But still. Yeah. Let let's not. Okay. Well, his his first name is ever. Like did you ever? Right. That's different. But it only makes sense with the last name. It's really different. It really goes strangely with the last name. Wondering. But he's a kid. I I know we. Yeah. We don't want to embarrass anybody. This melody, thanks for your call. We'll just imagine. That's best left. That's left. What could it be evermore everlasting? Probably probably more evermore. On the bed. Maybe it's never ever ever never ever. I have no idea. But again, I don't want to embarrass the kid. John and Clark, you're on New Jersey one zero one point five. Yes. Happy new year is. Listener, john. My my niece out in Indiana. She named her daughter geodata, I never heard that name before. And it turned out that it's found out. It's an Italian name. Johnny dealer Renta's. Gee, I don't know how to spell G T. I think. And we always thought she was going to have a problem in school with it. But the kids seemed like they took to a pretty good. And that's the first time I heard that. And then the next time I heard it was about a year ago. Our neighbors in the back Denison, Susan just had a they had a grand daughter. They named heard the same name. It's spelt, the same Jihadist. So that's uh. Yeah. We heard today. Yeah. There's a famous Johnnie Llorente on the food network. And I know John I mean, not that. Well, it was the daughter of somebody. I know. Van Gogh Italian family named her. And I gotta tell you as far as other kids accepting names names only phase people over certain age. Exactly if you grow up with that name, then it's normal. If you if there was I don't know some Alphonso in your class growing up in a fund is a perfectly normal for somebody name, Robin Robbins perfect. I just and even if it's a name you never came across before I feel like twenty years from now anybody who's an elementary school. Now, they're just gonna be much more accepting of names because they just saw just saw such a wide range of them. The only kind of strange to us. What was that book was an infrequent comics retirement about how people name their kids aspirational, they named their kids what they think upper-crust people name their kids, and that's up Tiffany became popular. And it just cycles through as as a new generation comes along as a new list of names that they aspire to or the status in life. They aspire to. So they start giving him those. Names. What do you think about people families? It's the mom and dad's fault, it's every kid's fault. No pick your own name. But when they name all the kids all starting with the same letter. Were the credentials. I think example of this. Yes. For almost all the same letter, Kylie. Kendall. Yeah. Exactly cam. Amistad of annoying, isn't it? Little bit. It's like, you know, maybe maybe expand your horizons a little bit. There are twenty five other letters out there. Yeah. There's an old friend of mine who named all of his kids starting with the letter j because his name started with the they come on. We're talking about names, you either can't stand or just crazy names that you heard of one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five..

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