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"los sanjay" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos
"Our write children's books you could see people physically go? Oh as if it's easy writing children's books which is and so one day I soaked myself. I'll show you it wasn't even two and you in particular Killa. It was just you know. Numerous people thinking that children's books Parisi and I had a fascination with Sansei lower noda an old TV programs. So you think I'm going to have a go at I love to watch and read and then I sat there and so well actually no no nothing. I don't know anything about mode on not criminal. I don't have a criminal's mind and so I had to spend about a a year researching so I spent many hours with detectives. Both here and in the Caribbean because my fest book was based on the island of Saint Mountain so I sat with Dutch lace and I just stopped to win and learned in fact. Some of that process is documented in the documentary method of murder when you went ahead and traveled here to the west coast of the United States with Los Sanjay. And also Las Vegas. You got some interesting access in order to do so which. My familiarity with town has been since nineteen ninety-five five. I've been here and one of the things that casinos and hotels around the city. One thing they don't give you very much unless you're on the inside is access and something that you noted you. Try to get a lot of access out there from a lot of hotels here in the city but you ran up a little bit against the wall. Didn't yeah well I was determined. I wanted to know what happened behind the scenes. I knew that there was a whole world in the casinos. Apart from what we say and to be able to write a Novo I have to understand. I have to understand the law of my characters so I decided I wanted to get behind the.
"los sanjay" Discussed on Just Between Us
"People are untidiness people people. Yeah exactly I've got a great kitchenaid mixer so so okay so you're married. I was I was more. We meet. Yes then what happens. We you invited me ago to to have a drink and I wasn't sure if it was a date. Yeah and then you pulled. The classic Gabby done move. which was can I drive you you to your car car? Move on my God for those. Who Don't know the car move? It's really good and I'll give it to you right now for what you do is you out and then you say can I drive you to your car. And then they'll say 'cause you park close you gotTa make sure you park. Yeah this is a this is a move that works especially well. If you live in Los Sanjay yes you have to have a car and then you go car. You can't date yet and then the person goes. Oh it's not that far and then you go. It is finally copy. And I'll drive you to your car and then when they're in your car you give them the all small you got him. You also say very very good at being like can I kiss. Yeah you gotta you say like hey this is a now. I do a thing where I'm like. This is a date up top. I wouldn't go through the whole thing but yeah but like I when we met I mean and this might seem like I think for listeners may be unconventional or strange. I guess although it sounds very clear to me met at your your wife. was there at the place we met. I met her as well like We hung out and like I knew her item boyfriend at the time you hung out with him. It was all very out in the open. Everybody sort of new. Yeah like and what was going on like you and your ex came. MM to allison's July Marty where me and my boyfriend at the time were like it was very sort of I think maybe that would seem strange. To monogamous. People and at the time was like what is was he freaking out. He was like this very interesting. That's pretty I would say that. There's no standard issue but standard issue in the queer community for polymers. I think that's pretty. That's pretty standard issue. Yeah 'cause there were other people at the camp that you guys had like it was very like a few it in that way and even seemed like fine except for my ex boyfriend at the time who was is having a six-month-long panic attack. But he wasn't he was monogamous. Yes and that was like it was I think really hard for him that like we were like dating dating. Yes well there were two things going on. Yeah one which is interesting one. Is that You you and I were dating dating dating which it so. It wasn't just cooking which he was like. Okay that's interesting and to prior to you. The women that I had been dating while he and I were together. We're very feminine. That's right so in his mind. So for for monogamous men sometimes who sign onto date me in their mind they go. Oh Okay I'm monogamous. But this girl I'm dating is by cool Like yeah exactly so in their mind they're like I'm signing up to watch my girlfriend and fuck other fans love that for me and And then when you showed up I think he was like no wait. No like when I google the election. That's not what I'm picture. What's happening one of my current partners? Favorite things that I told her about that you said was he had been like. Oh she's like cuter than I expected. And you were like we're how does it for you. Yeah we'll because also I think the other women I date had also been bisexual or like he was and then you're just like oh lesbian. Oh yeah and so I was like where where do I fit in like what. What is this and I think to my my? I should've been gentler toward them about it instead instead of just being like get but a lady was like new for you to it was it was a new. You're also kind of like getting to know that part part of Yourself S. very true. So like I think like you if you are data if you are Paulie and you're dating someone who is monogamous. You could be a little gentler alert. I don't think you should date him on his monogamous. That's the huge huge huge. The every time that I've seen you try to do that. It's just a disaster waiting to happen. I know you have to find somebody who wants the same things as you but not somebody who just wants to please you. Oh yes yeah. And the person I'm dating now is actually polly. Thank God God and it was a we. There was just an experience where I was trying to. They're so bad at talking to boys and I was trying to help them talk to boys and I was like feeding them like Cyrano. Like Lines de they installer and then they were like. Oh my God. It's working like why is this working. And I'm like first of all I have so much experience with with this man that I don't want and now it has to has to be us. He's now make it goods and also I was also I can't have you now that we're connected. I can't have you out here. Embarrassing are Shirley. Of course like you can't be out here embarrassing harassing me my fucking shit up with these dudes like I need us to look cool. That's right so like I think like that. And that's worked out better than the people I've dated who you have actually just been monogamous and trying to I think either trying to appease me or trying to seem cool or trying to Be Like oh no. This will benefit me in some way. Because I'll get to after some like yes yes you will but also it'll it and if you are monogamous person listening like it will run you down eventually. Yeah no it's it's I think like the chain. Yeah the biggest mistake that kind of you can make in. I mean any relationship really is that is sitting there and like squashing your feelings down and telling yourself that your feelings don't matter about Ah forcing yourself to the you're not exactly because that's always going to bite you in the ass always always and it's always gonNa make it's GonNa make your partner feel like shit it's GonNa make you feel like shed just just. It's like a horrible. It's a horrible idea. Yeah honesty and to clarify doesn't mean that your partner is going to be physically involved with whoever else you're absolutely like sometimes. Sometimes it happens but in a lot of a lot of time. It doesn't right relationship exactly so I'm expert you do that. It's it's like you've been spending a lot of time poly-amorous person for many many years. I've seen I've seen a lot of them grew true. I think the thing that may be that. Sometimes I feel like maybe you don't get as much as that not. Everybody has the same desire to be with multiple people. Yes like I think. You always think monogamous people are just like crushing down their desires and that they actually want to sleep with everyone. Everyone is true but that's just not the case for like a lot of people like I. Yeah like sure like maybe I'll meet someone who I think is cute and it'll be like fun to me to like to have like a little banter but like I genuinely do not want more than that and I think that's a lot of people think that you know you asked earlier. If you're like if I thought that like polly emery was like the more evolved way to be and I just don't I don't think so I think people are different and people are satisfied by different things in different ways and different. Life's like lives and I think that that you know it really is something that you have to look inside yourself. Examine what you want and how you feel about certain things and then matched up with someone. WHO's the same? Yes yes exactly imported. Preamble Super Simple for me like I then also dated someone who like was monogamous but clearly wanted to be with a bunch of people home but like because he was the jealous type and didn't want to afford that to his partner. I was monogamous. You know and so. That's that's also a mix match. Yeah and there's also a I would say to you like I think their idea of polly emery is that you're out fucking all the time and like you're really not. You're you're doing a lot of talking king in your Google calendars and like you're negotiating heading sides. There's a lot of. How are you feeling how doing how is this their thirty point? There's so much shocking. If you if you think that that it's a big old blocking all it really is. Yeah just and I also went through like a relationship nation chip where we were open but like I never hooked up with anyone else without her like she hooked up with other people. I never did and just I'm not going to force myself to be interested in like I. I want the option if it comes up but it could not come up for year exactly and I think that too is is something to think about. Your desires will change as you get older older you know. I am a different person than I was like five years ago. Four years ago and my desires and my lifestyle. We're different So it means that polymer is GonNa look different for me and it probably will look very different five years from now ten years from now but like Abbie said I want the option. The option is important to me And I would rather be honest and upfront with my partner and share that with my partner Than than not in 'cause something something really horrible to happen right Between me and somebody I love right and I want and I want that for for them to look I want I. I don't ever want to Oh be squashing. Someone's growth like my relationship now. I'm pretty pretty over six dudes like I'm like I've I've seen it. I get what they're about. It's fine But they're not they're sort of just starting to be interested in insists. What a time to start doing that? Nineteen hundred nineteen is the year interested interesting. And so I'm like Oh like you know. Do what you gotta do. Have you know have fun. It's not great out spoiler. I see how it is. You've got sometimes you have to walk the path you're yourself and let them walk it. I don't want I don't want to be together for thirty years while they wonder what you know. Absolutely blue let them have it and I'm pretty confident that they'll be like it wasn't good and I'll be like I know coming here and I know sweetie it was bad. Would you give any advice to just any person looking for love any personal loan. Hello that's very intense. Look I mean I think Gabby said it. Well Your partner is your pal your partner is this is your friend. The the thing that stands out to me about my current partner is that like she. I feel like I've I've known her her forever. I feel like we've grown up together. We have the same sense of humor And like you don't have to settle for someone that you're always like quote unquote working on. Don't have to settle for a situation where you feel like you know it's always always always a push a push push-and-pull like you know it doesn't mean that relationships are challenging but Y- you can find somebody who is your who is truly like your best pal and And it's it's very satisfying. It's very lovely I can. I can attest that yeah. It's much easier right like there's so much I think in our culture worth like relationships. There's just so much work it's just sleep so much so much work and that part of it is always the part that's honored but you know what it's okay okay to be like. Wow this person is so great and easy young person I love it versus like you should feel sick time all the time like no I would rather not. This is not feeling horrible time. It's really great for me and speaking of feeling horrible. Would you like to play a game show. Oh my God wait. You can't wait to be wrong about everything here. We go this hypothetical. I both medical. You hear the contestants I'm GonNa give you hypothetical situations you can ask as many questions as you want. Tell me what you would do. And then I'll decide if I like it great super and that's how we decide who wins fantastic. Our first game is America's favorite game show. Would you stay with this cheap great great great for Paulie episode. I just wrote yes. But that's not. How polly emery were? Thank you cheat in poly-amorous rate for that thank you for that. PSA Yes as you'll see in this situation you and your partner have an open relationship but you're supposed to get approval before every hookup hookup wall away on a ski trip. Your partner of seven years gets attracted a cabin for two days without power or Seltzer. newlove Cavin traffic offense DOC. So they have sex with someone else without your approval to half time and stay warm..
"los sanjay" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Well. Let's continue now now with today's newspapers and joining me in. The studio is in Anderson Former political adviser and chairman of the International Communications Agency. CICERO group in. Thanks so much becoming it could be your We've been obviously talking about the situation. between America and Iran. And also what implications that has for Britain and for the year and of course. That's all over the papers Particularly here in Britain today. Now you've been caught by the is saying on this. No that's right so this sense of word is the U. K.. Turn right now particularly after the general election in the UK. Boris Johnson inclined towards trying to do a trade deal with Donald Trump yet at at the same time also caught by the. UK's long established position which was to kind of really support bought. The Obama Approach towards Relations with Iran trying deescalate the military the and particularly the nuclear attention. We remember back to that Obama deal. That was the idea that if the If the Iranians sign Lindop to Effectively shutting down their nuclear program Then trade would start to open up again now. You know as you'd be debating baiting earlier Clearly that has been alterly- torn apart by the assassination of the end of last week and the story in the auto talks about the first big diplomatic exchange from the UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Robb and his Iranian counterpart counterpart since last week's events and really is just pointing to this this tightrope that Boris Johnson is walking between supporting and continuing to support for the U. position which supported the nuclear deal Versus kind of weird trump has been moving and I mean it has huge implications for future trade doesn't it huge implications for future trade and there's potentially choice coming for the UK as to whether or not it wants to to back. Its MC oldest longest standing ally in the the shape of the United States or whether or not. It's actually going to continue with a much much multilateral approach and you're right now that's quite difficult to tell. Yeah let's move directly to the White House now. Because he is a really odd thing John Bolton who is the former national security advisor refused to cooperate with the impeachment inquiry. But he's now saying that he will testify if the Senate subpoena him Now this that's a big story in the New York Times. Why is he changed his mind yet? So he put of a personal statement on his website M. A. released it also also on on twitter midway through yesterday and it really in the in the previous conversation we've been having about what's going on in terms of a US foreign policy Eight completely caught at Washington and Congress On the hope basically saying saying that yes. The White House had said that they didn't want him more any other former White House staffer to testify but he has actually when he decided he is off. He will testify. He is prepared to testify at the reason he's done this. This is that some of the courts have got a bit stuck on this issue In the United States as to whether or not former staffers are able to testify by the way I was gets in the way of that. His view is that the coldest that the law courts have got themselves into. He wants to resolve for for himself now. The question is a given the fact that Republicans have a majority in the Senate and an Nancy Pelosi. The Democratic leader in the highs has yet to send the impeachment papers across to the Senate she still negotiating with the Republicans as to win. The trial would begin. The question is whether Bolton will be called the Democrats are working on according to this story or three Republican senators including people like Mitt Romney. WHO's no friend of Donald Trump? If two or three of those Republican senators flip. Then you only actually need fifty one of the one hundred senators to ally witnesses to be called in the trial there are public in leadership in the Senate. The minute don't want any witnesses to be called the literally emotion a resolution running to To try and strike out the entire process but if Bolton testifies this'll be another electric moment in the whole in the whole affair unless of course everybody is completely focused on the war in our extrordinary. Let's let's move to Los Sanjay's now now of course it was the Golden Globes We saw a lot of British people winning there but a lot of people have described the ceremony as not having moved on off off to meet you. Despite pictures of rose McGowan on our front pages and saying that very much felt like the ghost of Harvey Weinstein was at the Golden Globes party. There were no women directors nominated. There were very few people of color that actually this didn't feel like any kind of progress has been made Weinstein and his influence flu instill very definitely felt when of course Weinstein himself in court now. Well that's right I mean I again you know. We're we're turning a lot to a events events in America today but it's it's hard to avoid them so just and is One same was going into court. In New York The Californian authorities Later yesterday basically announced that they are intending adding to prosecute for cases very similar cases it would appear but four cases METOO cases if you're like a against One Stein now. This is a direct bearing on the New York case in today. because the Californian authorities authorities have basically said that they wish to arrest Weinstein on these four allegations That some The New York court will have to decide it's whether or not Those cases have an impact on. What's going on on the eastern seaboard case? And therefore whether or not Weinstein's bail needs to be increased whether or not he actually would be In custody the moonies when he's not in custody so the impacts of what's going on in California we'll have a direct direct impact on the case that is now running in in New York. And as you say you know. The the issue is kind of in a highlighted right back onto the right back onto the front pages again and of course they're still asking people to come forward to say that they're saying please come forward. It's not too late. They're looking for more evidence. And this is the Californian authorities. That's that's exactly right. They're looking for more evidence unless they actually. This was the first day either. I mean working day of of twenty twenty When when the The the the authorities in California had the opportunity to be able to go public with with the case against their case against Weinstein but From the perspective of how the court case operates in New York On the jury selection that now needs to take place clearly how these two legal tracks interact with each other is going to Abi Pretty critical in terms of the success or not of how the public prosecutors can drive. Forward this this case Netflix. Finally finally in you may remember. When Greg's the baker's came out with their vegan sausage roll? And what an absolute social media storm and Media Storm This created created. They sold out and they're now rolling out vegan products across there. There are various outlets all over Britain. This seems to have sparked copycat be cats. A attacks in the Burger King has launched a new take on the water. Only apparently it's not really weaken. Well so greg mention hugely successful Facts at a major impact on the profitability is going really really well for them. The Burger King Veggie Burger appears to be a bit soggy. I think is the best way of looking at the mirror. Has A story today. The big concern. They've been rolling this. I in the United States. They've been willing at Dayton Australasia. They're going to rule out now here in Europe and and the problem is called the mirror. least that it's probably not suitable for vegans or indeed. Potentially Vegetarians why because he is cooked on the same in griddle as the meat and for a lot of vegans and vegetarians. That is very simply just not acceptable. It's cooked in the same fat is is cooked in the same place and therefore it looks like it's not going to track the similar kind of success of the Vegan sausage roll. I think Burger King Going to have to go back to the Drawing Board v January. Is that how you pronounce. Virginia it's not. It's not be good anyway. You Take January. I'm no I'm not doing Virginia. I'm trying to have a dry Jiang. Yes yes a bit. I'm not doing very well quite a good way to do dry January's very very dry Martini. Tori thank you very much. Indeed that was Ian Anderson and you are listening to the globalist..
"los sanjay" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"You will not believe this shit that we used to do on the show. In fact he wouldn't believe how good the show was is back in the day because of well the shit we used to do on the show. Were young you were brash. You're not afraid you were trying to get some traction. You're going up against monsters like mark and Brian like what were the early years like. Have you ever looked back like man I did we really do that. What we got away with was insane and I'll tell you the main? Ah Two reasons one Howard. Stern was the same company that we were at the time right so all of the lawyers all of everybody the suits they were paying attention. The Howard Stern and what is he doing. And how can we legally defend him and no one cared at all. What beat an I did? And of course in the nineties it was a very very very different types of we could get away with. I mean I think we can do anything and no one would even notice. We did a lot of illegal. I mean I was just thinking the other day I was remembering that at one point. Kevin you may remember the details. But didn't we call a hotel and pretend to be rick dees and have play his voicemail messages that we're left on his hotel phone force on the air. Yeah I just get away with a clear. FCC Violation you're going to get sued for invasion of privacy for slander for everything. But like Kevin said we were so under the radar and we had so few listeners that we could just do stuff that just amuse ourselves guys who who came up with confess your crime and Kevin you know talking about Brian. was you guys like what was that all about what happened. Jim I. I wish that that were not the one of the first things that people think of when Kevin and bean come up we did it. I mean it's something. We did an interview with Angeles Times recently and it was like the second question and it's it's just I mean it was. It was so it was our first six months on the radio at K Rock and like we just talked about. We were just trying everything and we just thought. Hey we need to goose this segment a little bit. People were calling up with shoplifting stories. And we were. I'm just looking for something. A little sexier and in no way did we think it out properly or appropriately Obviously it was a huge huge mistake that we've always regretted but it was just a it. It was a bad idea that got out of hand and then we ended up You know bits and the but we ended up paying for it. Listen respectfully when you say I wish people would not go to that every single time. That'd be like when you guys finally had me on. If he were to say you know Jim really good to have you on the show like that that whole thing. What was that all about? Understand people go right to that right and and and we do stuff back then and we don't want to be remembered for our worst day when we did thousands of other shows so I really do understand that now you guys the format that was so great like I. I can imagine shocks working for mass where they really didn't care about the music to me. You guys had such an amazing format with alternative rock. Who are some of your favorite bands to interview would have in studio perform? I mean I mean for me. It's Dave Grohl all day every day. Yeah that's the best. I mean one of the things things that I love Jim about the number of years that we did this show on k rock is we saw so many different so many different kinds of alternative music. I mean you know. We interviewed Sarah mclachlan when it was Lilith. Fair time we'd interview the Squirrel Nut Zippers. When that's what we were playing we interviewed Neil Young back when he was headlining Lollapalooza L. A.? Palooza do breakfast show with oasis. Or with METALLICA. Or with Jack White I mean whatever is hot and happening with and you know continuing wing onto people like billy. I wish today you know. Whoever is the thing that is popular in our format is somebody that we had the opportunity to sit down and talk to in person? I mean you know so many artists that I love Lana del Rey is another example of somebody. We've had on the show a few times who I just adore. I think she's one of the greatest artists performing today. And you know they go a through K Rock because K rock is a you know is about in in the alternative music format. So we've just been lucky to you know to Guam onto some of that. Hey you let me ask you a question sure So we started in nineteen ninety. We always laugh when we're interviewing somebody who was born after we already had our job. How about you? Yes same thing for the longest time I interviewed everybody. Everybody I interviewed was older than me and I was the young guy coming up and now interview kids of guys that I used to interview and I'm trying to say this long enough to interview a grandson like it's kind of freaking out right now. It's really weird like literally literally you guys. You guys started on New Year's Day nineteen ninety right right I got my break on six hundred ninety. Am in December of nineteen ninety. So so we really did come up at the same time now being. I know you're not going to retire. And you move onto the next thing. If you're moving on like Kevin where does that leave you and I. Are we supposed to be moving on. Because we're not the hope not I plan on it. How about you? Same same being. Go Meta list of guys the most intriguing name on that list that you just mentioned to me. Believe it or not was Neil Young. I Love Neil Young of always want to talk to Neil Young. I never got anywhere near him. What was he like on your show? He was great. I mean This was in the rocket in the free world era. And you know he he just he. He's had so many incarnations so many different kinds of things that he's done and I think he was just hitting his stride with with young people again for whatever reason at that time and it's just one of those interviews and we'd had so many of them and you have to where you've interviewed hall of Famers in Legends. You know you don't get your head around your. Hey I'm talking to Kareem abdul-jabbar I mean that's like Boyhood Jim Rome. You can't believe you're doing that. And that's what those kinds of interviews are like for us not so much. Neil Young for Kevin but I mean there have certainly been other people who have been the equivalent iconic types of performers that. I'm sure have Kevin can't believe he gets to talk to one name that I felt like I did he. You belong in the same room. and that's Johnny Cash. Wow Dude what was that like. I don't remember I mean like I said at the I said to Kevin at the time I said you know. We just shook the hand that was there at the beginning of rock and roll. You know what I mean. That's just shook the hand that shook eldest hand you know so. Yeah I mean stuff like that and not just in music I mean I think about the fact that you know we went to Bob. Hope's house you know we interviewed. Ed McMahon we interviewed Milton. Berle you know those this kinds of people. Some of your listeners may not know their names but those were departs brothers the Marx brothers. That quite resilient people who are huge comedy stars in the twentieth many of century we had the opportunity to talk to and we just we don't belong in most of those conversations but man what a great perk for the job hopes house. Yes how cool was that. It was pretty cool. I mean the guy had the guy had some memorabilia. I'll tell you I mean is his honorary Oscar and everything else. He he couldn't have been nicer to us. It was a it was a cool day. Backstage wants Kevin. You guys ever talk to Don rickles mad loved him never did wanted to though. Yeah I don't think we ever know our our all our mutual friend. Jimmy Kimmel was very close to Don rickles. So we've heard a lot of great stories about him over the years. I think he somebody we would have really really enjoyed but we never had the applicant mutual friend. Jimmy Kimmel so Jimmy Kimmel. Now I'm crawling. You guys have this like we talk about in sports like the Bill Walsh tree where others come off that you guys have done such an amazing job being so unselfish affording that platform to other people taken advantage of and moved onto our things. Jimmy Kimmel Adam Corolla both come to mind when you first methods guys did. Did they do. They seem like these guys are pretty good. They're good to put on the show or did. Do you know that these were two really different guys can go on and kill it. The way they have I'll jump in sure. They were unbelievably talented. And you knew it from the minute you met. Yeah I mean we have always said that they would have been successful if we if they'd never come through. The doors of Kevin. Being may have helped him he may have opened some doors for him they were they're both unstoppable entertainers entertainers and by the way you can add to that list. People like You know Chris Hardwick and people like Ralph Garment and people like Matt Money Smith. I mean we have I. I'm proud that we have had a pretty pretty decent eye for talent but really we just give people the opportunity and they're so great that they take advantage of it and they use it as a platform to go off and do other things. We're extremely extremely proud of the people that came out of our show and we often. We often used to say the college ones are the ones who get off the ship where the one who are still in here rowing Kevin. What's you guys had? Such an amazing run thirty years a long long time to maintain that kind of relationship that kind of come Rodri- you know frankly not to get sick sick of each other. Burn out on each other Kevin. How did that work? How did you guys do that? I could give you the exact answer to that because being moved away in nineteen ninety nine so we started in nineteen ninety being moves away they call the office they go. Hey Beasley the Los Angeles where he wanted to do and I was like well maybe we should retry it like with the SDN line or some type of thing and everybody was like yeah. Well I guess we should try it and we did and I honestly think me not being again being faced too much and him not being in my face too much and all of us sort of having a little bit of space a lot. It helps us get past any of those kind of arguments. Yup I respect that but being you can speak to this. This is hard to do. I mean it. Sounds seamless. If you didn't know you would have no idea remote broadcasts Castro non easy thing to do so. How did you make that work logistically? How could it sounds seamless as it did? I mean they're definitely wasn't adjustment in ninety nine when I moved from Los Sanjay to Seattle but I think we had the benefit of having done a show together for almost ten years so we were familiar with each other and our and our rhythms and our speech patterns so well I think we were just kind of able to build on that..
"los sanjay" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Can not only play Centerfield first base. He can play a high level. Centerfield yeah and I place Max Muncie can play anywhere in the infield. Keith Hernandez can play all over the field. Jock Petersen can play it gives you so. You don't have to worry about. I can't take I can't move cody bellinger's Centerfield. I don't have anybody else you can do it. Dodgers had three other guys that can do it. It is a incredible luxury to be able to mix and match ostensibly and knowing that you're not taking anything away defensively go look at the box score and what they did last night. It's a clinic on how to build a basement. Don't want no one guy and all of these the names that you mention to meet a seems like he enjoys the post all seasons. Jt like he really gets into the postseason like from hustling standpoint to his beer being right it. Just everything just know it it just it just seems like to me when I'm looking at them. I'm looking okay. This is a veteran guy that can put these young dudes on his back and they can actually see in feel how how they they they had a shot where he was talking to to knock cody bellinger but he was talking to Walker Bueller it was it was dad had a shot that they went to and I'm sitting there and say okay. Yes veteran do that. Enjoys the postseason in that sort of behavior carries throughout the dugout it carries throughout a teen eighteen when a guy like that or kershaw standing up and he's in in the game he's watching it as opposed to moping or kind of like chewing policies needs and sitting off to the far left by himself. He was actually engaged in the whole situation. That's a part of the game that people don't realize when they're looking at just the overall game and the statistics the little things like that matter so the dodgers were engaged last. You know who else is. Just we took owners. MVP SEGERS GONNA make a million all star games max months. He's found money there will smith in Gavin Luxor. The new young guys are going to be you know we never talk about an is just money jock. Petersen jock Peterson and another homerun own. Oh never talk about that. Guy Was a thirty five home. Run Guy hit another. One last night plays a solid outfield gets on base. A lot hits home runs John Peterson. I mean if we're listening most important guys were probably get into six or seven before. Anybody says his name Dude it. Thirty five home runs you and this is the reason why this post-season oh season. Roberts has such a tremendous amount of pressure on him because we're waxing poetic about all the resources at its fingertips and we're struggling to find a reason why we can't close the deal so if it doesn't happen this year there's only one place to look unfortunately is in his direction. He's GonNa play this once a day. Now I was GONNA say well. See what happened. Rogers you came in here and you left him in there. I know and when to his own devices we know what we're GONNA get this. It tells them anything but you know what else people love child. What story does what you in the rams are three and two. They're in third place in the NFC west. The Los Sanjay Rams will not three peat as division champions. Take it or shake it shake it do. I think they're going to win it. I don't think they're winning division. I think they think that the rams sitting at three and two they get the Seattle seahawks here at home in Los Angeles. They still got to play Arizona. I don't believe in San Francisco and I think they have enough capital built up to make with me to make me believe believe they're going to win the division but they're not GonNa win it by three games and nothing like that. They're going to win. It's going to be one of those weird. High Breakers High Tyke situations they've get the seahawks talks on a Sunday night football game in November and that one I mean assuming they take care of business against the forty niners the Arizona cardinals are what they are at this point but you could be looking at another massive primetime game with the seahawks later in the season. They'RE GONNA stop. The SEAHAWKS seahawks when here they're gonNA stomp. STOMP them. Stop Them. I beat on Marcus. I'm elitist Pixel. It's going to stop them when they get here and actually one last you do you actually pick. Seattle right and the spread was appointed point and a half now. That's clearly all right. Let's move onto the next one. How about this the NFC West will have three playoff teams teams. Take it or shake it off. Shake yeah because it's not gonNA happen in the only reason why said it because I don't believe in San Francisco Arizona's out the two teams that'll be in. Ob the rams was in Seattle seahawks and feel differently if the excuse me the forty niners beat the browns on Monday night football. We change your tune. No I won't really over leaving the browns even at four no there's four no that's a start that gives you a little cushion for no. We'll give you a little bit cushion innovate. They may very well beat the browns. The browns will be without some of their secondary members and they could beat them but even if they did. I probably it's GonNa take me halfway through the season the forty niners as a contender for me it it had to halfway point what six and two or do they need to be. Monday night against the browns obviously good the job given hard time literally that exact question was asked about the doctor next stopping we saw last night four touchdown passes no interceptions a quarterback rating of over one hundred fifty. Russell Wilson is going to win the MVP this season take it or shake shake jake is he's not going to win the MVP because his record won't be better than Patrick. Mahomes Patrick mahomes record is going to be flawless in terms of teen record. I believe that they have an opportunity to maybe go undefeated to really yeah yeah. When you start to get in late about ready to foxborough rains he won't okay and they've had the patriots on the roads. Last couple of years in so at some point is going to click getting ready to get tyreek. Hill back. They look ridiculous. Silas without him imagine when you add him in the Shawn McCoy gets indoctrinated into the system even a little bit more. I mean his team's record is going to do you know they might lose one. Maybe two when you go to Kansas City in November December old Minnesota coal own chilling link bone chilling piggyback on this one game winning drive on the Line Russell Wilson's. One of your first picks quarterback taken her shake it Brady Rodgers aimed. I would take it. Take it take because you you you you name three see the third heard I mean you're gonNA. You're GONNA have Brady. You're going to have rogers the next one Brady Rodgers reason him. It's kind of like all the homes I'm always cookie breeze because he always does but Brio freezing fat Choy Breezes right then homes. There's Wilson there's got one the long enough in the tooth for me still. He's still too young to you know what I'm saying. He's thrown a bad pass yet no but I know he's young and I don't. I don't know why I feel this way but especially recently breath give you one. He will heal you through your interception at the wrong. Wall dully toot it. I've I've seen it is brady and and Rogers. I really have seen them. Serve them up. At the end he roger serving up at the end last week a tip ball right new no just throw I mean I wasn't a bad throw. I'm trying I. I thought he hit last week last. Ah I thought he did to hit the eagles in the hands cut. No he cut the do they count there but at the end end of the day he's in there. He's there's no question about Russell. Wilson is in there all right next one. We'll stay with the rams. The rams should make a play for Jalen Ramsey ticket or shake it. I take that all day long. Take in most likely they are doing it and we don't even know and they you know and then before you know it. It'll it'll be breaking news. Jalen Ramsey just been traded to Los Angeles Rams. Less need has a press conference at to the look in. It'll be one of those situations but they should would make a play for him. They should is that the problem is he's going to want a new deal. You've gotTa make us Decision Peters in his new deal. I mean it's like it becomes allot to have to you know because no matter what you say about Peter's he's going to be one of the top pay corners. Li when his contract Peter Three Rather Ramsey probably would rather have jalen Ramsey Marcus. How about this. Here's another one defensive offensive back number. One area of concern for the rams in two thousand nineteen ticket or shake got girly got off. You've got the offensive line got. The defensive backs humane at twenty twenty twenty nineteen right now right now. I'm shaking. I would shake that I would say. It's the offense align shaky. I would say the offense ally and that's my concern. I've seen I've seen too much pressure on the quarterback and not enough push for the running game all right. Here's Damien Woody talking about Dak Prescott Dak Prescott. I got look like a game manager where everybody's talking about when things around him onto going precisely plan. That's an issue for me if you're in your deck. If I listen I picked up to go to the super bowl okay so but the only way to me hold on. I'll let you talk the only way you they're just there. We can't be dependent on Zeke Elliot Kerr carrying the day. Dak Prescott has to elevate his game when things aren't going the way that is going against the New Orleans Saints. It's quite friendly. They got whip the front. Where was that Prescott to elevate the Dallas cowboys in that particular situation. Dak Prescott is a game manager. Take it or shake. It aren't shake it shake say I don't. I don't think he's a game manager. I think he's above a game manager. I don't think he's an elite status quarterback. I think he's above game managing. He fall somewhere in a fall somewhere in that middle. He's not at the bottom and he's not at the top. He's kind of in that middle that not even the middle hired in the middle of that average quarterback you okay you can win with average quarterbacks with everything else around my concern with it. when Zeke has seventy five yards in nine games the cowboys are one eight in those. It has nothing to do with that. Prescott does know when Aaron Rodgers don't need seventy five yards rushing rogers zap in bats and Roger Right but here's the thing and I found myself doing this last night. If you're comparing your quarterback is unbelievable right but if we're talking about Jared Goff or you're talking about Dak Prescott. You're talking about it really most of the teams in the the league minus a small handful. If you'RE GONNA compare your guy to Aaron Rodgers. Tom Brady a Russell Wilson. You're going to feel like you're missing something. There's a reason those guys are those guys not only three or four hundred win and a whole lot either. I didn't start. I didn't start doing that until they say we're going to pay him thirty five million a year. That's when I started its looks. It's the price it's the price you don't own the team so it ain't show money. Peterberg. Well guess what you know what I do own. I do own blue to dot com. That's right take or shake. It has made possible by blue-chip Dot Com B. 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"los sanjay" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Now he's ready to work with. North vindicator isn't about the in too long the town's for loose politic so can they have a really returned to power was trump. It's a possibility says blah. Blah told a journalist with venus weekly fighter we believe experienced the end of the f. and the beginning of two thousand to two thousand three some thought its diene in the nineteen in eighteen so i would be very careful to say it's the end. Let's let's remember donald trump during his campaign when this recording reading when public where he talked about what he does with women and everybody was shocked then everybody thought this is going to be the end of the night trump and he was. He was elected similar to this. I think it can even help to mobilize motors for the newbies. Novakova orbit hoffa came close to becoming austrian president in two thousand sixteen and remains a popular politician. His cleverly distanced himself from the party's troubles and my just being able to turn it around. He has also promised to fool report on their toes history before the september elections but what really needs addressing is the the party's murky financing schemes and if prosecutors find hard evidence of large scale corruption there that will be the end of the emperor in the meantime other australian parties will do well to up their game and continue reminding voters this mortal string politics than the three letters f. <music> for monica louisiana. I'm lexie corridor. Thanks alexi and you're listening to the globalist on monocle nicole twenty four whereas crossover to the united states now where a landmark ruling against one of the world's biggest pharmaceutical companies is sending shockwaves through the industry are acting bureau chief in los sanjay luis colosio belo has more on this story how carlotta hi juliet yes today we are looking at the highly anticipated ruling where a judge has ordered johnson and johnson to pay five hundred and seventy two million dollars to oklahoma for its role in fueling the state's opioid crisis following the judge's decision vision oklahoma attorney general my counter address the press. Let's hear some of his comments on opioid cells oklahoma began to skyrocket the death toll all from unintentional prescription drug related overdoses mounted leaving in its wake broken homes families and communities these we showed how the company repeatedly ignored warnings by the federal government and its own scientific advisers about the dangers of its drugs and the risks <music> of marketing its products in the way it did. The company promoted its products through.
"los sanjay" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Guns in Hauser it's important to realize that measles is transmitted by the respiratory, route so if you're in, the same room and breezy air and if you're not immune you. Can, acquire the infection. Pretty easily according, to guns in house there's no risk at those? Restaurants at this point in time me well worth it is many as half the immigrant detainees being held at the victorville federal prisoner under quarantine for, chicken pox dot Cording to the union that represents prison officials. Does not enough staff including healthcare workers to care for the detainees and attorneys have had, to temporarily cancel sessions to inform the immigrants about their legal rights Federal. Bureau of prisons officials would not. Comment on ongoing health issues citing pending litigation one death in an apartment fire in Silverlake according to l. a. fire department an elderly woman found dead in the chart jam packed apartment on riverside drive near Glen Dell boulevard firefighters say, there was a smoke alarm, which was sounding when they arrive there were no optional residential fire. Sprinklers well lawyers for two men charged in the deaths of thirty six people. In a warehouse fire and Oakland say that they're preparing for trial this after a. Plea deal broke down, and prosecutors broke off talks Derek Amina and max Harris appeared in court a judge ordered them to return in three weeks in order for the trial to be scheduled authorities have been unable to trace the source. Of an older that just about everybody in Orange County seems to, smell or quality regulators they may never know what caused the. Odor which was described as a, chemical lighter fluid smell it depends on whether, investigators were able to get, a good sample So we have that will be able to determine what those were Caps also hopefully if AGM dis Patrick Chandler says people from Huntington beach to Anaheim hills reported the odor and investigators were. Sent out right away but when, it comes to trapping a smell time is of the essence was the dissipates obviously because it's such a large area going. Up to the air there is no way to. Determine what, it was he says investigators, are in the. Lab analyzing their samples the incident has not been connected to similar. Events in previous years Cooper Rummell KNX ten seventy NewsRadio if you live in Riverside County and your interest in adopting, a dog or cat this might be a good weekend. And make that happen animal shelters will offer homeless dogs and cats. At. A reduced rate today it's part of a nationwide. Clear the shelters event the animals will be available for less. Than five dollars each this typical cost to adopt a pet is. Over one hundred dollars animal officials say that as a result of the Cranston and holy fires has shelters are now overflowing traffic and weather together every ten. Minutes on the fives it's three thirty five time to check our freeways with Daphne. Brought, downtown Los Sanjay we have all lanes stop on the westbound ten this is the westbound ten just south of the one ten rollover. Multi-car crashed there lots of debris the backup is to San Pedro right now CHP is holding the lanes at grand and the backup is building in Compton. The backup is also building on the southbound seven. Ten crash, at a laundry a backup, is almost to. The one zero five now in Santa Clarita it's been slow going. All night did a road work on the southbound five south of Lyon to the fourteenth split two lanes taken up, there in so more roadwork slowing in the ride they're. A bit it's slow on the eastbound to ten connector to the. Southbound. Five and still that Sigler three does on the..
"los sanjay" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS
"The united states last december but he wasn't hitting the tourist hotspots instead he visit places like skid row in los angeles appalachia and puerto rico places where poverty and homelessness are rampant he conducted his tour in order to write a report on whether the poverty in america undermines human rights here and he did so under the auspices of the united nations where he is the special repertoire on extreme poverty and human rights allston says the trump administration facilitated his visit however the response from the white house since then has been scathing last month allston published his final report we'll get to the conclusions in the moment but first let me read to you what us ambassador to the un nikki haley wrote this week in national review it is patently ridiculous for the un to spend it scarce resources studying poverty in the wealthiest country in the world a country where the vast majority is not in poverty and with public and private sectors social safety nets are fully in place to help those who are joining me now is the author of that un report philip allston budget have you on sir thank you so explain i why you decided to take on this assignment and what the what the objective was well my role in advising the un human rights council is to visit a number of countries each year i'm most recently went to countries like china and saudi arabia for example it seems to me that the united states has a very major influence on issues of policy relating to poverty and human rights and it was an ideal time to undertake visit and when you when you went did you were you surprised by what you started to discover or were you already aware of some of the problems how would you describe your journey a new basically what i was going to fund but the contrast that one actually comes across in a place like skid row in los sanjay's in upper lot and so on then puerto rico of course the poorest known state in the union those contrasts really dramatic and when you consider those statistics which i think was the really important thing the starting point for the trump administration walls that it inherited the most unequal society in the west and inherited forty million people living in poverty but while i was there it was very busily putting in place policies that seem to be deliberately designed to exacerbate both of those problems and explain if you will just the the problem even before the trump administration that is the kind of the more generic problem in the united states which is you say forty million people living in poverty this is unlike any other really rich country in the world in other words if you looked at the world's richest countries the cd countries sent me that the top half of them this this level and extent of poverty is quite unusual the united states is the champion it comes close to the top on almost all of the bad indicators so whether it's child poverty whether it's number of people in prison whether it's the health outcomes whether it's healthy life expectancy the united states does extremely badly and yet as nikki haley said it's one of the wealthiest countries in the world and in a sense what you're saying would your highlighting is that contrast which is the despite the fact that it is one of the richest countries in the world by some measures the richest country in the world it has these and it's not just read a called the buckets right these are these are large pools of extreme poverty you've got a forty million americans living in poverty that's a very large percentage jones the something like fourteen percent of the population of that in most countries that i visit the justification that's offered is that the government simply can't afford to offer more generous benefits to provide decent healthcare to provide decent education childcare and so on they just don't have the money in the united states where they congress was busily funding one on the half trillion dollars full tax cuts for the wealthy that clearly is not the explanation and so what seemed to me was that there is really an ideological porsche behind this effort to stigmatize the poll to announce that a lot of the programs i going to be very significantly count and effectively that they have to fend for themselves were you surprised by nikki haley response given that the administration had cooperated with your visit embassador haley's response was very strange because apart from saying that my report was biased.