18 Burst results for "Lost High School"

"lost high school" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:37 min | 1 d ago

"lost high school" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Podcast, getting better, stories of mental health on iHeart, Apple podcasts and Spotify. And we welcome all of you back and it is with such great pleasure to welcome here on this Monday, doctor king day, the former head coach at Missouri state, as well as the all American at Alabama and just recently elected to the college football Hall of Fame, coach Sylvester croom joining us. Coach, good afternoon. Thank you for your time and congratulations. I know it's something that you know in your speech. You'll thank all the people that helped get you there, but regardless of what you're going to say, we are so proud to have seen that news and to say hello to you. Paul, it's very exciting and something that I honestly did not anticipate even after I was a way of the nomination. It's almost 50 years. It's you just don't know what to expect, but I am excited to be a part of it. And as you say, I have a lot of people who contributed to directly to me being in position to be able to receive this other. I know it's still many months off, but I would think it's something that I'm sure you've heard from a lot of your friends and family members, but when you heard the news, what other than surprise maybe in a little bit of happiness, what went through your mind as you reflected back? Well, a lot of things, but especially I had to of course think about coach Brian and going through the university and how things that are playing did work out. I went there with the idea I wanted to be a tying or linebacker. And neither one of those things stand out because there were guys who came alone. They were just better at those positions of a particular wood rollout which is fantastic. And I was in the process of finding somewhere to play. I think in 1972, I was showing up at brag one day, I was starting tight in and I showed up one day at practice and looked on the Ross that I was a third string left tackle. And that's a way to bind the things back then and it was a tough year, 72 for me because I just, there was there was nowhere for me to play. And after the season was over with, I talked with coach Brian and he wanted to move me in the center and I asked him one course I coach you think I can be good at it. And he said, yes. And he said, I think you can be very good at it. And that's the reason I moved was because his confidence in me is what gave me the courage to do it. Coach what was it that sent a fledgling player in a fairly short period of time to a first team all American well, I went to Alabama with David coach Brad because I played on losing high school team. And I thought I'd never thought of myself as a great player. But the one thing I did always have taken pride in was that was in my work ethic and my competitive nature. And I wanted to be good. I wanted to be the best. And I wanted to get at a position where I had a chance to be best. Now, always like having the ball in my hands and that was a good way to do it too. So I even though I would catch it a football I had the ball in my hand every snap. And once I got into the position and felt good about it, I mean, I worked extremely hard to be the best trying to be the best center in the country because I'd wanted to be a great player. And it also motivated me of being around guys like John Mitchell and Wilbur Jackson and musso and Hannah. John Hannah had to have tremendous effect on me. I don't even know if he knows it, but just playing with him as a sophomore, even though I didn't, I wasn't playing a lot. Just watching the way the guy worked it, right. It was unbelievable to me. And my going into my junior, especially my senior year, I took the same approach. I made up my mind that I was going to play every snap on offense, my senior year. That's what I wanted to do. And in order to do that, I had to be in the best shape of my life, and it probably was the best shape of my life. And that's what motivated me, Paul was wanting to be a part of a national championship team that wanted to be the best player outpost that could be. And coach after your playing days ended, you ended up spending a long time on coach Bryan staff. You stated Alabama when ray Perkins came in, what were those what were the early days like transitioning from one of his players to one of coast Brian's coaches? Well, I thought it was tough playing a plane for good for him, but I found out real quickly it was even tougher coaching for him. He was very, very demanding. Of course, great attention to detail. I mean, you had to and anything and I'll learn real early that when you're a coach coach Bryant was grooming us to be he had told you, we were the head coaches of our position. Whatever happened in your position, it was your responsibility. Go to bed. They didn't go to class. It was your fault. They didn't play well. It was your responsibility. Let me put it that way. So you had to take care of your players and make sure that they were to function. It was yours possibility to develop them. And I learned that early on and I enjoyed it. I had a great players. I'll tell you what I had to EJ junior just got inducted into the college football Hall of Fame last year. And then Mike Pitts who recently passed away head guys like who didn't make all American like geared an arrow and Russ wood and then of course I had the great fortune of coaching quantities better than Barry Thomas young for a guy who never played outside linebacker, he had to coach him in his first job..

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"lost high school" Discussed on The MF'N Podcast

The MF'N Podcast

04:42 min | 3 months ago

"lost high school" Discussed on The MF'N Podcast

"Just looking at it like it's not gonna put it and i wanna make sure i'm one hundred percent clinton what i say. They're not from the hood. This is not a child that grew up in the projects. This is not a child. Who's living in the project now saying that all projects are project. People handle situations like that. I'm not saying you know what i'm saying is in a home like that in up style in the lifestyle in upbringing that he has you would think that if there's any type of problem as bruin at school instead of bringing a gun i should be able to talk to my parents because you have your parents working parents. You know what i'm saying. I should be able to go to my parents and say. Hey liz i got a problem this little going on. I don't know how to handle it on what to do. You know what i'm saying. Now you gotta potentially you facing some time. Depending on the investigation. That investigation felt that the guy was being bullied onto being picked on or whatever. The case may be that could be a change but just as a right now outside looking in. That's not the type of kid should be going around carrying a fucking pistol as what i'm saying at that age living where you live in school. You won't carry a pistol in high school. You was a caring epistle. Ask who. I'm gonna tell you like this for him. They even but even on campus could tell. That's a great school. i'm just being real got little texas. So guess what they ain't got a little better detectors you know. It's a good school at walker that bits but it only alligator like losing high school. We didn't have metal detectors analogy. We have people that we boss shit now about saying we ask people broad. They said the thing that it was everything else who they did you. You look.

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"lost high school" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

05:17 min | 4 months ago

"lost high school" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"You have a 92.5 Second day update You're in the middle of a second date update update And we're gonna find out how the couple is doing right after you hear part two It's the sequel to Disney's Moana the legend of rohana 'cause it rhymes Yes Where did she go Did she get lost on her journey to meet Wrangler at the coffee shop She maybe end up on a different island with a hot dude named after an even nicer car A mister Land Rover perhaps Either way our job is to help out our listener Wrangler to find out what happened to his long lost high school sweetheart after she stood him up at the coffee shop A Wrangler were about to call rohana for you and this is a girl you've been thinking about for years What's going through your mind right now I'm really just hoping she answers Yeah I mean maybe I was thinking about this because I mean there's a lot in this And maybe she really does feel the same as you but maybe she was just scared to see you I don't know Maybe something bad happened in the last ten years She got arrested or something and she doesn't want to tell you about it I mean I'd be okay with that Okay I'm just thinking 'cause she didn't show up to the reunion and she stood you up I wasn't a bad hair day But maybe it's not an excuse to dig someone Maybe her 5 kids were acting up in the back of the car on the way over and she had to ditch out A lot of questions and we're gonna try and get you some answers right now about to dial her phone number You ready man Oh my God Yeah I feel that I feel the risk right now This is like Moana I just want to blow a conch What Let's go Zero love story in it I guess I'll let you know Okay All right Here we go We got the number right now Hello Hi I'm looking for rohana This is bohanna Shannon was speaking This is rohana Okay That's good Yeah That's who we're looking for Who are all these people We're a morning radio show We're called brook and Jeffrey in the morning And I'm really glad that you answered because we've been trying to get a hold of you on behalf of one of our listeners Okay Yeah We do something on our show called a second date update That's where if you go out on a date with someone and afterwards if that person isn't calling you back you can email our show and we'll reach out to them for you to help them figure out the reason why Okay I mean you didn't technically you didn't go on a first date with this person Well a long time ago but not recently It's someone that you did go on dates within the past and you were scheduled to meet up with him again but you never showed up You know what I'm talking about Your date with Wrangler I'm sorry I need to I need to go No no no no We're not gonna hold on We're not calling to like attack you or tell you you're a bad person for not showing up We're just trying to figure it out Because wranglers really confused about what went on that day because he showed up he tried reaching out to you and you never came and he just doesn't know what happened I didn't even know how to honestly go about it I don't know how to explain it And I just really would love to just at some point to be able to sit down and talk to him Well that's the thing Rohana like if you don't tell him he's not gonna just wait around There's not gonna be a time where you get to sit down with him Yeah The truth is there's probably never going to be a perfect time to do anything like this The conversation is going to be hard no matter what no matter when And I feel like when that's the case what better time than now Because I need to tell you rohana that wranglers actually on the other line listening And he's ready to talk to you Are you kidding me Surprise I'm serious No It's like ripping the band aid off Yeah it's the perfect time now Wrinkle you there Come here Oh my God I'm really sad I didn't mean to blindside you here or anything I just really I didn't know what happened and I was really just like I can't believe this Well on it don't be too angry I mean he couldn't get ahold of you You were answering your phone calls your text Are you worried The man was desperate In a good way I mean I feel like what might help Rohan in this moment is if you just at least start by explaining what happened that day of the day when you were supposed to meet him at the coffee shop because he still doesn't know We don't And we don't know Well I actually was there I was In my car outside of the coffee shop And I saw him going in with the flowers And then right away all these crazy memories from high school and from college just came back and you know it was just extremely overwhelming for me And I just couldn't get out of that car And Wrangler do you remember when I had to go to London.

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"lost high school" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:37 min | 4 months ago

"lost high school" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Delivering 200 mortgage free homes for the 20th anniversary 200. But we can't do it unless you're listening is and Americans get involved in what we do. Look, we made a promise. A total Talis foundation and this is our promise. And I want you to listeners. You hear me clearly that if somebody goes to serve our country or our community And they give their kids a kiss goodbye and they don't come home. We the tunnel to establish foundation. I'm going to take care of the families left behind and we're going to deliver them a mortgage free home. It's a promise we have to Give them and John, you said they have the peace of mind to know that God forbid something like this happens that their family is going to be taken care of. That's what $11 a month can do. And you know, the Fire Department says many hands make light work. And if many Americans come together and we take care of this, go to t two t dot org we could take care of not just the 200 homes of this year. But next year and the year after and the year after that, because there is a tremendous need. We owe it to these families. And it's a promise that the total the Talis Foundation is going to keep Would you give the website again? T the number two ft dot org It stands for tunnel to towers. My brother ran through the tunnel to the towers on 9 11 t two t dot org. And of World weeks this week, it should be the one that all Americans should go to that website t two t dot org and remember the evil I was done against our country. And hopefully it will never happen again. And Americans should walk around saying Never again. It should never happen again. You know, I remember Pearl Harbor Now we have we had the World Trade Center. God forbid it of happen again. The thing with you know again, I don't want to make this into politics is the our enemies and we do have enemies. America has many enemies. They have to fear us and if they don't fear us I am scared. I am scared stiff. I lost many. I lost a cousin that day. I lost high school, buddy. I lost a college buddy. I grew up to my my friends, Uh, who were going basketball practice with eight year olds that day? He he was He worked for a on and he got all of his people out, he says. I'm going to be the last one up. Everyone at a on Tony got out. And he was going to be the last one out. He didn't make it. And we all there are so many heroes that day. There was so many euros. These stories have to be told. These stories have to continuously be told year in and year out. And you know, that's why my walk. Never forget walk. I've had tens of thousands of people have joined me. I've had eight different parades and ceremonies where we've had thousands upon thousands of people. That have been at these ceremonies, and a lot of them come with their young Children, John and I think that is so important that we teach the lessons of 9 11 to our young people. And where I go and where I've been walking. They have been doing that. But you know, a lot of America wants to act like it never happened. And you know what they're going to do to Americans that are left over there, and you know what they're going to do to the Great Afghanis that helped us on the war on terror that they find out who these families are, and they're going to slaughter them and anyone who thinks they're not going to do with that are naive. You're naive, But yet there are a lot of maybe naive people in America. So we always have to make remember this is a great price paid for our freedom. And once again, John, we'd better take care of these families that protect us here at home. Well, Frank Siller. I'm sure we're gonna be talking all week. Thank you for calling in today. You know you you're doing God's work, and God bless you and give you much much strength to help. All our friends and all of people in blue and the people of vets, etcetera, and we'll catch up again later in the week. Thank you. God bless you. God bless Lydia. Is it time to take another break? It's time to take another break, and when we come back, we will discuss what's going on. Right here in New York City. There is a police department that was literally almost attacked. It was almost overrun by rioters, and so many people don't even know anything about it. We'll talk about that and much more right.

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"lost high school" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

06:50 min | 5 months ago

"lost high school" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

"Fake and i realized that fake was time is making the as a player. Lose timing a which you door. And i had to add that to it and it was successful for me. I was wanting to that. I took from somebody and they work with my game. And you a bad boy man. Oh my god. Wow you talk about people talking about k. g. right yelled if i recall ever like talking about you. The you're right. You know cagey. I remember you at mcdonald's all american game donkey never following on his head and hanging around rent following horizontal on his as the whole goes right back up and ran back. Then i'll sticks. A bo is those because like you said you. You compare the champion in. How was it when you won the nba championship. Like how was that. Feeling of like the long as journey for you like how was that to really win it and be a champion. I'm a champion. What was that feeling for you. Seventeen years she seventeen years a seventeen like that was amazing. Both for like every time. When i was about to retire. I'm like oh. I'm considered a loser. Rocking came win it. All and they'll we went to the finals the year versus dallas and we lost in the finals for two series. Like i never forget. I want home. And i'm like oh man i must be at lowe's it must be me lost high school and allows to in college and now just lost in nba but rows and spo-. They wanted me to come back and join the team. And i never forget that summer you talk about all of us pain and we filled that what we this experience that we wait for the season star because we we determined to give back and our first game was versus dallas and dallas where they were getting a rain ceremony and win back we steam as we wait and get glad that a warm up. Play the game we steam. We felt that was our ring and a year. We just again first of all we blew out dow's by like thursday ardia forty. I think it was. And then vince manage my everybody about to get it and We finally want it and we on stage man. And i'm like yelp mantis is real so i recall back in a where tied like pop the champagne and there some guys is about the grass regard was i'm like hell no. I'll know gardens. I wanna feel that birthday that for like the is burning man. I remember watching on. Tv man like winning. I k. g. wanted one year from from shy tonio when they wanted. Mj when he was winning six man you know watching magic when he won his co. Win a his five and shocking. All those guys. I'm like y'all magic one spirits. It got the champagne. I was burning. It was worth the burn man. And i look back on that option. That was the ice cake for the career. Because all i just wanted to be used go out as a as a champion then not us that steak right that this is a little now see. I could have been a part of that. Chain did a year before that. When you are lost the first year riley wanted me to remember. That was the year when they got the big three. They only had one. Year deals are way so i was part of that. Plan the beyond the why you deal. Think within orlando came in with a four year. Deal and you are. You know j w like to. You're going to get that for years. My boy you know you like is great. I'm pretty sure they're gonna win web. Listen you're going to get done for years. My mom saying jeez doubt. I get you a spy like hoops environment. That time of of getting a run. And i've ever like you went to the wars joint trauma walker used to have and you know the matchup the and the runs. We used to get with a good workout in the environment you know. Tm kept up the riffraff in bullshit out the gym and it was strictly about this hoop and kidneys other better by house hoops for you. Every summer vic you came in for your only for you your whole career and you know you moon full matt arizona. Best roz like you mentioned earlier. The best runs and you talk about you can prepare for the upcoming season. I hope roswell pair you for coming season because in off season you get the best of the best best flowing through chicago. Chicago know ben. Mj will remember that summer will mj. When he was making his comeback was flooding. I know yeah. I know there's a groupie or they want to get on. I guess we always been affairs right. That's who who wants these. You want blue. We'll go get some easterbrook. The best of the environment. But you know obviously with you to you. Know their talent level Being an air. No jew jay crawford. You know you you touched on early. No man fans was regulars and you know antoine walker. You know those competitive no match ups you definitely on playing against another study. Who's that either that on the nba team. Or he's a second or third he comes you'll hear about it and you don't want to sit on the floor. Wait for the next team. Because you don't have pie the wait another two or three games so those gangs was extremely competitive. Because you didn't want to sit and wait for about twenty straw. To course going number ball is going to go like ever by period lie you know especially first couple years and lead right back. Who does my turn new now about to make everybody's fucking pay. Because i feel like i at the play that i'll be like all right where please because now really get to play half playing coach holding me back. I got this and minutes. I used to be ready. I'll tell you season 'cause you know he's clever wasn't at nine to three week mark and we sit or not causing everything. How are we doing as we go. I'm back down button. House going on their hoops. Come by the first round going. We who after memorial weekend we had..

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"lost high school" Discussed on Overtime with Paul Carcaterra

Overtime with Paul Carcaterra

08:10 min | 9 months ago

"lost high school" Discussed on Overtime with Paul Carcaterra

"Since he was a player in the nineteen fifties at salonica high school. On long island. He was a winner. He never lost high school across game as a player later he went on to win a national championship as a midfielder at maryland but it was his impact as a coach. Shortly after that was seismic he cut his teeth his value. I as a high school coach on long island and was hired without ever coaching in college by cornell. Well he made them look smart. He won three national championships. The first ever ncaa championship nineteen seventy-one back to back titles for the big red nineteen seventy six and nineteen seventy seven. His life hasn't always been easy and his authentic self is what people gravitate towards. Richie moran is a true legend. In his words are meaningful and profound coach. I've always admired you from afar and this is a great pleasure of mine having you with me today and the greatest compliment i can give. You is the last week or so. When i was gearing up to having this conversation with you i've been in touch with some of your former players and the love that they have for. You is unbelievable. So i know they're thoroughly going to enjoy this conversation. But it's a testament to the amount of impact you've had on so many people throughout your life so telling. Your story is going to be awesome. Let's start with the beginning stages of your connection with the sport. You grew up on long island. Which is a hotbed for lacrosse. In the nineteen forties and fifties and kids starry playing lacrosse way later than than they do. Now how did you get hooked on the game as a player. it's interesting. I had a tremendous coach. Gentlemen film rich who's in a hall of fame syracuse and remarkable guy. We had a fifty eight game. Winning streak and resigned got involved with across is as a baseball catcher on a freshman team and mr rooter was offered football so hall of football players replying across and i was the only guy playing baseball. I'd like catch great position. Oh my brothers. I'm from a family. The follow followers could front of drama. Gross managers new york giants and a school of course was a pick sang at our kitchen table at our dining room table and whenever we add a translucent Hey so i would end. Spoke to mr rich and i asked her possible. Who will you come up lacrosse as oxford across in february and baseball's kosau landmark so. He said he didn't want to interfere with enough. The sport honored and realizes the ethics. So when i was working out a gap to hallway came out after me across zell televised all coach at you could ably bucks across. Stay in shape. So i got to stick hit at home. I couldn't let my brothers in flaws. It so who's in a garage under a blanket and every once in a while. I sneak it out up to a wall secular now to stick handle and everything progressed. A that's believable and what baseball catches stolen the attic. That is that's fascinating. What when did you actually tell your family that this was the path that you wanted to choose for yourself. Well interesting box. Of course my mother always wondering why it took so long for home. So i tell my mother and she agreed. She felt that was the one to play. Even they followed me in baseball. We'd have little league house days so we had to community teams and it brought a lot of families together suddenly disappointed by the same token. I wanted his opportunity to play these great game. Well my mother and she saw some stage. We're gonna have seventy dining table five. We do that so unafraid. Idar i brought to stick in my father. What's asked. I've said it's gonna replace my baseball bat. And he said what yes I'm gonna try this game lacrosse. I can always play baseball in some so. Only brothers are on a table. My father hailed agree. So here i was so i ll across new field. A couple of skills from gray coach bill rich and We just one of them sit down. I was playing box. Lacrosse and happened to be George washington's birthday so the school was closed and could get a lot a replay box across anyhow and Unfortunately ryan took your shot. Some guide missed. I stick and hippie over my right eye. So i got a seven students now. Otherwise apple you know dot com away home stitch me up when else could say by locker door as a job. I actually got hit and out. We couldn't get helmets of the locker room. And i wanna tell us without hell. So i i did not use a lacrosse. Who's my you know. Coach salonika which is in floral park during your four years of high school across in the early fifties and you finally graduate in nineteen fifty five. You are undefeated each year. Like how that happen but which try to get the strongest schedule refine one of our days was against saint paul's from maryland. This one guys school. It was a a pep rally really excited in a sexual across game. I think that anywhere from forty five hundred maybe fifty five hundred people in attendance and a whole week. Detention was building up a twenty eight game winning streak to waster easter and samples and players. On which eventually became a who's who of blue cross a johns hopkins maryland navy army. So it was. It was gonna be a great k and I.

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"lost high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"lost high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And this is all controlled by liberal Democrats who are now reaping the harvest of their policies. Maybe somebody will figure it out Kevin Jackson. Well, that's that's the point is that you know you've got the competing ideologies, one places. We can't re open. We can do this. Another place goes. Yeah, We've got to reopen and do this. And so who is it? Cuomo. This using him, for example, he's now going to open restaurants in New York on Valentine's Day, despite the all the trend lines for the dreaded wolf through being completely worse than when he shut things down. So look whether whether it's Lori Lightfoot or and whatever school district or it's you know, somebody, some fascist dictator governor decided to shut down an economy and the state. You're watching. The Democrats have toe Did you say they're chickens coming home to roost. And you? You can't satisfy everybody. You're gonna satisfy the teachers union. You're gonna you're gonna make the parents upset, you know, make the students upset, and by the way, I'm not advocating to get these kids back in school. Because what's that become Illinois? They have now passed this Indoctrination now for black lives matter, 16 19 and critical race theory, which is nothing more than racist bigotry being taught to our kids, and we have to just take it in the shorts. I mean America. It's Let me put it this way, Bill. There is no sanity left in this country. These people cannot win elections legitimately. Because anybody looking at this from anything point of view, forget politics. Take politics out of this. How many governors would lock down this city? When you've got the W H O in the CDC lying to you? The real data that comes that should be out to everybody about this wolf flu does contradicts everything they're saying. We've spent now multiple trillions of dollars fighting a disease. It is no more deadly than the normal flu. This just came out in a recent reports. And they're still spending money on it. There's still shutting down the economy. It makes no sense whatsoever. So you have to just believe, and I mean, I believe that there's ah, our power watching over all something ATT's some point. People get sanity and say, Look, I'm not wearing masks. I'm not going in the lockdown is you're not gonna make me lose my job or my business. Or not visit my grandma on her deathbed or go to my mom's funeral or my daughter's wedding over your sorry, wet dream. People are sick of this. Kevin Jackson. It's amazing that the UK flu is named the UK flew the British flew. We way have the covert coming out a cove. It is coming out of Brazil. Then we have the South African variant of covert. It's all identified by geography, the German flu, of course, but But if you mention the Chinese flu They're Wuhan flew. Holy God, I thought the media hated this. I'm watching CNN last night. They're talking about the British cove. It flew and I'm thinking how come the rules Don't apply to the Brits to the South Africans and at the end of the Brazilians and applied to the Chinese that started this catastrophe. Never let a crisis go to waste. I'm watching the other the other morning. It was like this is a small element of it. Of course, moms and dads are spending serious money, sending their kids to college that has no college. I had a call the other I think the last Sunday night from somebody who had a kid going to Ohio State that is costing $32,000 a year for the college experience and have not yet met a college professor. And every classes online and any questions see my graduate assistant. I'm looking at this tweet that's gone viral from a star high school football quarterback senior year who couldn't play his name is Isaiah Navarro, he says. Quote zero offers zero looks zero commitments zero time on a college campus. Zero Homecoming zero high School Football Games zero Prom zero traditional graduation. What a wasted final year Thank you, governor. And, of course, he's referring to the the idiotic news from the governor of California, and that is a snippet. Of literally millions and millions of high school boys and girls that have lost high school soccer. They've lost their college experiences. It's all gone, pursuing something that is manageable and states like Texas and Florida and to a lesser extent, Ohio. It's manageable. We're getting through it. What do you say, and I'm watching. Rotter Rivera, who's rather a collecting, but he made a good point. He said He's sending his daughter to Yale at Yale College of Law in her second year, and it's costing like $80,000 a year. No college campus. You're You're in a dorm. You're in front of a computer. Don't talk to the legendary law. School professors see my graduate assistant Think of the wreckage of our society caused by this Chinese virus, and we can't call it Chinese. When call a Brazilian South African variant, We got the UK variant. You can't say Chinese and right now, with a weapon of mass destruction. The big news starting on next week Tuesday, Tuesday is going to be all about the impeachment of the Donald And which is irrelevant at this point. He's not enough. But when the media feeds us this stuff so that we ignore the jobs that are destroyed the union jobs that are destroyed XL pipeline What's happening on the southern border? It's rippling throughout the Midwest, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota in southern Ohio. Of course, the fracking is coming under attack Tennessee West Virginia. Jobs were being disintegrated and everyone's getting in line now to get their welfare benefits. Kids aren't getting looked at to go to college colleges that exists now are online. It's an unmitigated disaster. And Kevin Jackson. I don't have the same hope that you have that large numbers of Americans have figured it out. Well, I do. And I think that there was a rip in the fabric of this, You know, Think about where we were headed before we got four years of Trump. Imagine what it would have been with four years of Hillary or eight years of Hillary led by whatever the big cheat was, and then that we get another agent of left this again. So what happened? On the road to this. This destruction was at the end of Obama. People woke up and said, You know what? Let's change it, and so dramatically. We change the courts. The Supreme Court is very different. The federal courts all these other things that ripple effect. People started having pride again in America. Look, I was in Paris twice during the trump period of Trump. And travel to a couple of other countries as well during that period, and contrary to what they tell you hear when I would talk to Parisians of all different milks, including Muslims, they would say. We really respect your president. That was amazing that you go there and you think? Oh, there don't don't let people know you're American. And I happen to speak French, but there was like, no, no, no, we We think At least he loves your country like this. Let me tell you these guys that are in power right now, and you just ran through a litany. Things that we could talk for hours about what you essentially what you're saying is all these people are you have one guy who donated his salary to the cause. Didn't take a penny. The vested himself of any interest that would look Leet Linda any type of impropriety, his kids that the same he's got no crackhead kids. They have no ties the foreign entities. Their mantra would make America great again. They lived by America First, Every single thing that Trump attempted to do was with the idea of respecting the taxpayer, the money, the 1st 1st responders or the military. In other words, he respected the lowest guy when he put the cover back on that marine trying to get into Huey one. He's like That was when you can look at Trump and say he was pro America. Now you've got this complete switch. And if you think that the media bill's going to cover that up because they're gonna be putting that out to them to them, they're talking to themselves and the lemmings that are willing to follow. But.

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Cryptocurrency at Golden Gate University

Bitcoin Radio

02:23 min | 1 year ago

Cryptocurrency at Golden Gate University

"It's definitely super new to have a full course in a graduate level. Lost school class on blockchain. So tell us more about the class and you know how is it structured. What did you learn. What were the students interested in Well it was a lot of we did a good amount of reading on our own and then moved come to class and it would be pretty open dialogue where professor needs would just kind of pick it certain things in the reading or viewing a lot of it too is podcasts and just like even online articles so it was kind of informal and different from what a normal law class would be Which i enjoyed especially as the second semester. Third year ready for graduation so it was. It was a breath of fresh air to be able to like speak so openly and especially as someone with very little background in blockchain finance Just to be able to learn from by peers who did have that background or other people. That didn't have that background so I really enjoyed that Most of the class was structured around our research project which ended up being a paper where we were tasked with picking any company. subject Obviously focused in law and how blockchain may or may not be able to help or just like expanding on the connection. There is a lot of people wrote will. We all had different subjects which was also interesting. So you'd be presented to the class when we wrote out our outlines and He wrote about makeup and One guy was talking about space and how it might be used with satellites which i thought was crazy and super interesting Other subjects were real estate in taxes. i ended up going with labor rights and international human rights and labor law And on levi's because they are using blockchain to survey their factory workers and measure their wellbeing in their factories

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"lost high school" Discussed on Top 5 Comics Podcast

Top 5 Comics Podcast

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"lost high school" Discussed on Top 5 Comics Podcast

"Wasting my time it, it really irritates me. But the they Also, the Robin owners really really good You know the back who laughs like the the back story of that was Kinda cool I think. It's GONNA lead it's. I mean what is doing I think why this book is so huge right now as his it's like leading to a massive crossover where the new massive villain is like this the back who asks that's now can it makes with document hen? He's definitely the current like him perpetuator of the big. Big bads currently going on in the DC. Universe. by as far as like. I mean, yeah, the medal itself was really crazy and the way it ends is really crazy. so you just can't use for with crazy. Right. I mean was always. We're going on and you gotta keep going bigger and better crazier. Not, really crossover event book it doesn't really thank regular. His regular. Batman not affected by those his own thing even though it's happening in current continuity according to itself. It doesn't really affect any of the other books someone actually ty into it's justice league just league's going to have like three issues that. Tie In reports regular story line. But they're bridge designs. Blackest night were over every book now, not like that at all. You haven't wise. It's isn't event book that. The ties into Justice League for the three shoes metal did the same thing metal was a big event grand tiny issues its scope pretty big in that one because we had a one-shot titans that connected tonight wing that connected to squad connected Green Arrow in green lantern and a Justice League crossovers well. But unlike last night, which was like a full. University ends with every book affected by it. This guy is. Not Quite the same. Even, pieces that are similar does get handful shots and this is one of those one shots. Score, wise I duNNo. Book in whole MSA three and a half. Individual stories that's where things and different MIA Joel. Jones is amazing that stories more funny and I okay. You had the horror story that is throbbing King and then you have the baby story, which is funny but it's where I I guess I don't know where else you put that story. I see the trade somewhere like a other things to read. I hear. Right didn't need to be written. I mean I think I mean that's how I feel better. FIT new. Book two and a half because it's like you you of the art at the beginning. Hi Tony Daniels in you know I didn't I didn't think. That fantastic like. That there was some really rough stuff in like some of the Batman. Heart like he looks terrible. And some of the joker art he looks terrible. Not a fan of it. You know like. If you like it then you like it like. You know different different culture I. I think it's Week I think arch actually week you know I did really like. That the the the Robin King Stories were really the art in that is fantastic. That's An, it's really creepy. The Ryan Ross. He does and it's an IT's bizarre I. Love I thought that was a even though I hated I hated because it's so dark. Stories Darkin. But exactly but hundred things I love it. But Hey That horror movie like Oh, my Gosh. Has Done, so well. The Bat, who asks his fascinating to me that McNeil making him again, I could have demigods. It's odd I I. Don't know mixing the watchmen characters in with Devers thought to begin with way back then was odd not. I don't know just because they have a to does they should should do it just as you can doesn't mean that you should. Ask the question Moore Watchmen crist. Is. It. Because now, they have this thing. It's just like they have this. New Round potent version of like evil. Bam. Joker Combo thing. Some Guy Kill perpetual. So it's gotTA BE A. Bat with Bat Manhattan. Bat. Manhattan sounds like a drink. You get a Bar Batman flavored bar. Manhattan but does Obama Need I absolute power though? Openly APPS like power corrupts absolute hair thousands. That's what the whole stories about I know. But if if if somehow gets turned back. I I find unlikely more more likely in the IT will be him in perpetual destroying each other or Batman. Are Batman. Twist in the situation, the studio to fix the problem. mean. Though point stories of Batman lose so. If you're being yourself against. Are you really losing High School Right? He didn't really lose you just really you the point man that's where things get weird Cassini. things like your Batman period you love everything about Batman like you love Batman anything that's at the beginnings. Not Sure Reverend. Really know. Which one rest in peace the Batman rip. Not Van. Okay. So there's one thing of. The Handle was in there even Batman sixty sixty, there's nothing but wealth is the sixty six. Oh the amine near sixty six. Yeah. That's different. Not. Though it's all Batman. It's all that man. Batman rip. Be Rated. Anyway. There's handful things but yeah, the generally speaking I do lines share. Batmans. Anyhow As far as Things girl. So what's next show? No. That's that's then Would you learn Josh Land Now? Thumb? It goes that before spokes was Washington. Guarantee it. Hundred forty one of these things year. Josh..

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"lost high school" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"lost high school" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"It under the right conditions. If you're worried about fans in the stands, take him out of the stands. Just play the games. You want to socially distance the team find socially distanced the team You wanted to put you up to test the team test him every week. Custom a couple of times a week. Maintain it. Stay on top of it. Just the coach's test. Everybody involved. First time you have a negative test. You're out. Quarantine. You know if it's a problem, maintaining the rules that has set down that you can play. Anyone that breaks the rules. Anyone that visits a party that we don't know about anyone goes to a strip club like Lou Williams, the the moron on the Clippers did Ah, you're out. If you do it Then you should be able to have high school sports. And These schools again Ready? A phase one Phase two. They're trying to figure out how to how to do it. Some schools are on face to already some schools run phase one. And this is just a matter of what you can use. How many people you can have in a practice pod and what equipment you're allowed to use. But I don't see why the games shouldn't be played. And it would take such Pressure. Off us as a society. You know, off these kids? You now have something to look forward to. You know you have local sports if you're a family member If you're the athlete, If your friend you know, you've got something to look forward to. You got something to take your mind off everything that's going on right now. You know we're being isolated, and we're being told what to think all the same time. We need to release you can't go to pro sports for the release you go pro sports, for the least and his politics are all over the place. Constantly reminded On the court on the jersey What do we need this for? I want to watch sports I want like I come here to escape. Soas Faras High school sports play it. Play it because these kids have dreams. You know they train all their lives. The parents. Hoping that you know, the kids can maybe play good enough to get into a good college? Or get, you know, turn professional. If that's the that's the dream of the student athlete. Why should that dream be taken away? You know, Covert 19 has taken so much away from New Jersey. There's no reason on Earth. Why we have to lose high school sports When it's been proven it could be done right. Was improving, but we could do it right. You know, I just spoke to Ah, Coach John's a cone. Joseph Kogan. I'm sorry from Point Point Break, High Point Beach High school. And I don't see why we couldn't do it. How do you feel? 1 800 to 831 on 1.5 Johnson Collins of Frank, What's one that they were related? He works in a stereo shop in them when they don't do a 3101.5 is the number of Steve Travel ese. In the next hour. We're going to talk about what you should and should not wear if you're going to be a Lector in a church, New Jersey's news.

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"lost high school" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"lost high school" Discussed on KTRH

"Dogs. Hour of news is brought to you by partners in building info at this speed of Houston right now, Houston's morning News continues with Jimmy Barrett and share a friar. All right, going back to school. Maybe. H i s D is going to take their time. They're talking about what a two week delay. And going online and nobody in the classroom before October. Which obviously is a little bit different than they're going to be doing it in some of the Houston suburbs. That's their decision. That's what they've decided to go with. I'm not sure Betsy DeVos think that's a great idea. Here's what she's saying right now about returning to school. We need education to rise to meet the occasion at every turn, and we know for a lot of students this spring. Their experience in their assigned schools was less than ideal less than optimal. A lot of kids who didn't even continued toe have any learning opportunities presented to them. We also know that parents have become frustrated as we talk about schools reopening again. It seems to be centered mohr around adult needs and issues than it is about What's right for kids. And I hear again right here in suburban Washington. Fairfax County schools are going out with a plan that would have kids in school a maximum of two days a week in person and starting at 10 a.m. What kind of family can orient their schedules around that kind of that kind of okay schedule so and and for kids themselves, It's it's just the wrong thing. 10 a.m. With again, you know, none of this is really about what's best for the Children is about what works for the system. Well, yeah, And then what works and I get it. I mean, maybe you can't. You can't have the buses running. You can't have the cafeteria workers. You can't have all those things, but What is the primary focus of this thes Children? Well in the primary focus. I think for the hierarchy is there's two things involved here. You know, the political aspect of this is we know number one. But also the liability aspect of this with the bar. Public schools have been pretty much guided by attorneys for decades. Now, you know the concern over whether or not Some kid gets sick on their watch in the end of getting sued for it. Yeah, but you know what's so much about going to school is about learning how to interact as a society, Of course. So all these kids they've lost a year now they're going to lose a year. Yep, And quite honestly, it's it's not. You know, if you get a high school junior right now. It's they really should remain a junior for another year, you know? And you talk. You talk about losing college football. We're going to lose high school football, too. They were only canceled. You know, you lost little League all summer. For all those little kids. You lost girls sports girls interaction. I mean, they're losing their childhoods not give they're not getting a childhood. For those who don't think that sports is important. How many kids Just keep up their grades and regular attendance so they can qualify to play sports. You know who no longer have. That is a reason. And these same professionals who tell you you had to have head start in order to give kids this good start in life where they were all those advocates as they're saying, No, no, no, We can't go back into because 87% of the teachers are afraid to go. Well, some are afraid, and some of them just don't want to, I guess. 7 52 time for traffic and weather together. Get you caught up on that drive. Once again, Here's Julie darting. Let's do it. We have a bit of a crowd on the in bound side of 45 the North Free way to deal with this morning. So if you're coming in from Woodlands Parkway to Beltway eight, that's a good 15 minute drive. If you're.

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"lost high school" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"lost high school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You wanna miss that? It's coming up right up to the Five dead. 3 30 news 5 30 Atlantic time. Okay, Mark, you're on WG, and we're talking about the mayor's announcement. Today. She's added a couple more states to the list of states that we're not allowed to go to Iowa and Oklahoma. And if we do go to him, we've got to come back. We've got to put ourselves at home for the next two weeks if you live in the city of Chicago, and that's in addition to Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia. Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Nevada, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Utah. Mark. You're on w g N Go ahead, sir. So Mark Mark Mark have into my mark. Stand by, Please stand by people. Just right. Let's speak with here We go straight again. One more time. Mark you there. Oh, please. Try, Jim. Jim, you're on w g N Go ahead, sir. Oh, I can't a problem. I got the problem. Somebody somebody did some skullduggery here. I just figured it out. I am not even an engineer, and I figured out, Jim. Go ahead, sir. Zero. How you doing, buddy? All right. I am you good. I'm good. I'm not good, but I'm sure I'll be as good as you could be today. Okay. So about this thing, My boy has got a baseball tournament this I gotta be in him and Indiana by like two or three on Friday. Get two games and Hammond on Friday. Then Saturday, we gotta drive 50 minutes back into Illinois to play one or two and then back to him and on Sunday to play So I don't really have a choice but alive, right? Right. And they and Indiana I mean, having, and I just I just want to get perfectly good. They haven't added Indiana yet. You No, no, no. The mind I contractor runaround do service work. So you know, I got to go to Elektra, Lloyd and Janesville. Periodically, you know, run up. There do jobs, Day jobs, Whatever back and forth and I mean, what you know, what are we supposed to do? Come on. It's your just in and out, And it's something like that. I mean, I gotta stayed at the inn, Indiana, a hotel, but You know, I I don't know what you think is good question about your son. Now. He playing travel Baseball, Obviously. Yeah, and 16 you? Yes. Yeah. Oh, wow. All right, good for him. So when he's been doing this throughout the last couple of weeks, or is this just starting back up? No. We played an Elgin and Carol stream and then we're in Rockford at the Sports Corps facilities. But that's weird. His last week we played Wednesday Thursday, then had Friday Saturday Sunday off and then played two games yesterday, which we took the championship on the scallops lied by the way, but anyway, it's kinda weird. There's a feeling that all out. I do love a travel baseball dad. It's nothing like there's hockey Dad. Well, actually, hockey moms are the only ones like hockey dads are competitive with her son's maternal baseball dads All see Kris Bryant when they want to play. That's what happened to him. I what? What I will ask you is Are you concerned? For your safety or his safety or anybody else in your family's safety. When you're when you're moving around like this, or you just got to do it. I am not. I mean, if it was three months ago two months ago, maybe yes. But now I don't know. It's just getting to the point that life has to go on. I don't know what they expect everybody to do. And like I said, they're trying and they're doing their best like say this last week. They played on Wednesday. Two games Thursday. Game had a few days off, but they and then they played two games yesterday, but they're doing that. So that there was only you know, basically two teams and two sets of Spectators of each diamond at a time and try stretching these tournaments in the 45 days instead of cramming it all into 321 and three days is anybody Is anybody wearing masks? Uh, you know a few people here and there, but I will say that everywhere we played so far, like the bleachers, the aluminum bleachers. What they'll have is maybe like two or three rows. Caution taped off, You know, a row open to cautioned off a roll open, but what we do is just bring the chairs and sit in center field anyway, you know and get away, Spread out, So no. And I will say the boys aren't there doing another thing that tip the hat. You know, obviously, there's no hand slap into the game. They just kind of lying up on each base. Jim. How about the spitting Because of Major League Baseball's? I mean, I'm not saying these boys don't spit when they're out there because you know they're boys. But there is absolutely strict rules everywhere. We've been absolutely no seeds. You know? No, no, they say no spitting, but absolutely no seeds to the point that some of the facilities are saying, if we catch you, you're going for that. Your You know your fit the game like it's pretty like I said, so. There's been pretty much no peanuts, no seeds, You know stuff like that. And obviously when you are weak, but I'm anxious to see about Indiana. Not that I'm rushing up to the concession stand. That's not what I mean. I'm just wondering the seed if they'll because everywhere we played so far, there's been no concessions. You know, you got Make sure you bring your own bottle water, Gatorade. Whatever. You know others. They're well. Hey, you know, we're not gonna talk about that. But of course, of course, but after a nectar of the gods right away, all right, congratulations to him. And I wish you the best of world get. I mean, the biggest thing is they lost high school. So at least our team. Our organization is like, Hey, anywhere any time at this point, you know, just get them playing so well, you know, I think it's easier for us. Very much. I appreciate you have a good day. Really appreciate you, man. All right. I think what we look at now in Illinois is a pretty good number. I mean, we still have a positivity rate hovering around 3% which is good. You were talking about states that were cutting off now Iowa, Oklahoma who have double digit Numbers for positivity rates, and that's where we still we feel a little bit like we got over it and we're past it. I don't think And I don't think most people think that this thing is over now, But you'd want to be careful about what you want to get back to normal, But you also gotta views. Certain precautions to do it. I'm glad these kids were out playing baseball. I'm gl. And do you know the parents are glad, but you just want to make sure they're going to be able to continue to do that. And there are responsible things you've got to do to make sure that that Happens. Make sure that people have taken the right precautions. Aggie, you're on W G N Go ahead, Aggie. Yes, I was just wondering what people do who don't live in Illinois. But yet they work in Illinois, like my Boston example lives in West conscience. I know they're not on the list yet, but he's looking at it. Right. So what the heck is he supposed to do?.

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"lost high school" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"lost high school" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"S. soccer ran a interesting piece about fathers and sons that have played for the United States men's national team and so my father and I were in that you know there's only been seven I think fathers and sons that have represented the red white blue so that was a that was a cool text to send my dad and in family members his brothers his sister just getting getting to see that he was a huge huge part of my career but he just raised me differently you know Michael your you've been around so many athletes and oftentimes you hear you know Archie manning is a good example when when your dad succeeded in for filled everything he wanted in his career they offered no how to raise their sons or daughters to be athletes does that make any sense yeah until you know that there's not the extra pressure of them tried to live through you because they didn't they maximize everything they had in their careers so then they they allow us to grow and I didn't realize it at the time but Michael that's exactly what my dad did I didn't play so it's serious soccer until like fourth grade I I quit soccer in six in seventh grade and played more basketball baseball and everyone I remember at the time of my dad never told me but he tells the stories now coming up to him say Taylor is not going to do this tale is never going to make it he's like he's just a kid but he's gonna be who he is and if he's good enough to find them but now when you reflect on it I'm I'm just grateful because he could have been different you know he could have lived through me and maybe had a few things that he wanted to do that he didn't do it is career and forced me to do it but I'm just thankful you allowed me to grow and and learn and loose not always when he told me the truth even when it bothered me but he just allowed me to grow up and have my own life instead of trying to live in his footsteps yeah my dad was really cool about whatever activity I wanted to joint right like he was a little bit of a baseball player growing up played some semi pro baseball in the area Kentucky and surrounding areas and I grew up but you know my father was born in nineteen twenty Taylor he was fifty two when I was bored so it's almost like you are grandfathered in in the age of he was my father what a time that would have been a playing semi pro baseball right cal right B. ET check this out he he enlisted in the army one week to the day before the attack on Pearl Harbor right yeah that's so he was twenty one years old when he joined the army just right before December nineteen forty one I think is December first and December seventh was technically one week before and then gets out start playing a little local baseball goes into the coal mines of this in the life that he had about time you got to me growing up it was so far removed from anything that he had done because times are different and just the outlook was different but if I gravitate towards basketball he never was a basketball player but he was always there but he didn't he pushed me to excel without grinding need to stop wanting to play you want to be like he couldn't tell me like ex's and oh's things to do we could talk about hustling commitment right because that's what he did in the army and worked in the coal mine you got to be committed to get up at four o'clock in the morning to go crawl into a a cold case and be in there for eight hours and come out you know blacker than you were when you went in there and so he knew about commitment and hard work and things that nature but he wasn't those dads I solved for my friends that were trying to reach you said relive their childhood through their kids when they're not the same people and those are the parents we hate to see it you sports my dad was he was never that dude he drove all the kids wherever they wanted to be he was there to go get ice cream and pizza afterwards he was every single one of my games but he never was like you should have done this you're better than that he never tell it he's supportive without being let me read that he was supported without dragging me down absolutely by the way we got people complain about where mascot public and then the letter that I wonder how your dad would feel like you don't upset like honestly listen to how you just describe your father at OB and I'm see people social media argue about where to mass to like the pharmacy I could not like it's just not that I think your dad's generation Michael holy cow like what they had to do what they had to enter all your dad's around the same age as my mom's father right so he can you know that he was playing Major League Baseball won two world series with the Yankees and yet had to enlist in the army for war Walter will work too thank you you know I mean did you ridiculous about it even though he was playing for the Detroit Tigers so eight yeah it's crazy to think of that I will say I'm so glad you brought up an ex's and oh's do not be times after game my father probably wanted to tell me what the heck were you doing R. what are you thinking you have no clue how to play this sport any never one step now if I asked a Michael right around six seventy eighth grade and start asking questions then he would answer but that was for a reason and now being a father myself I understand that he wanted to gauge the interest see if I was at where my interest level was it if I wanted to prove he would help me but he never after game if if I acted like a gentleman right one for a loss acted like a street bike the proper way shook their hands moved off that was the only thing my mom today I cared about yeah now if the team won and I played well fine but if it if I played on the team lost my parents would say yeah it's a bummer you lost like they never singled out I mean Michael we look I'd lose high school games five four and I'd have four goals no kidding and I get in the car by demagogues listen we we we've got to find a way to win games.

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"lost high school" Discussed on DeaconLive

DeaconLive

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"lost high school" Discussed on DeaconLive

"It's forever. Kerry. indycar Dash E I WANNA. Talk about a major event that could happen popping Cherry Dog Lord. We Are Smart and idiots are bending all the time we learn how to do it to. Just, give auto. Yeah, I won't be able to walk again tomorrow because I'm about to go get rail peace out virgin. Lost High School with Dick to see Dick. Note just want to be normal teenager. Door. We TEENAGERS END UP IN PRISON US Looking Jersey Mike's buckle up for some steamy Teen Romance. Sh! So that's new series on Netflix called. Never have I ever and it's kind of funny. It falls this Indian. Girl is from the company minds of Mindy Kennelling you know or from the office and she was also. She had her own show. It's fun it. It's A. It's a girl Shell. The compensates well written very well written very well shot. The characters are great. Everyone has their own personal characters and. Quirks and an jerks and all that stuff, but it talks about like girl issues about losing their virginity like going into high school and style and I just kind of checked out because I was like well. You know it's not really my thing. I mean high school. Of course and losing your virginity Christ I wasn't. Wasn't until I met my wife. Right? Everyone out there shaking your head. Yes, you know it's Kinda. Lose your virginity in high school in this girl's on a mission to do it, and she's an Indian girl, so she's Kinda outcast, nerd girl and when I say Indian. Nut the WHO I'm talking about. The dot on the forehead, Oh my God. What was I? Talking about the whole show and I do that I'm sorry I'm sorry. Sorry, Deacon, it profit radio. Dot Com all right, so here's the new show. Speaking of the office do Krill has. Kind of spoofed actually again from writer Greg Daniels who brought you the office and some of the symptoms, and that show upload that I was talking about earlier fast, Colpon, cast. Was All right wasn't horrible, but this Jesus Christ. This is space for starring.

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"lost high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"lost high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You like yeah Mike on VHS it was doubled yeah you didn't you wouldn't call my wife yeah you or you got of her right yeah I I think she bought it or I don't know how we we did end up at some point with a double look like doctor Zhivago or anything like on the wind has a double three only now the other one it's interesting to watch is there's one called the report and this is another one that that I do streaming services in the Amazon movie they're going to drop it I think again they're in trouble around thanksgiving or first week of December but it's playing in theaters now and it's Adam driver starring as the guy who wrote the report on the enhanced interrogation techniques taking place post nine eleven and the the you know you said anything with a movie about a seven thousand page governmental report that's got to be thrilling but I got to tell you I was riveted to this movie because even though it originates so you know everything in Hollywood originates them to not Hollywood everything in Washington originates with a certain degree of partisanship I mean it originated in senator Dianne Feinstein's office in in at Benning plays surgeon of a great job in the role one of the better performances I've seen over the years but is the whole purpose of the reports is to try and shield it from partisanship so even if it were originated in the democratic senators office it was trying to you know have have Republican and democratic input but also just to look at the facts and stay out of the politics of it because they're just doing a general report and it's for the year that went on and and in him develop his report and looking for the facts and trends and finding out that it didn't matter whether the Senate was the shifting from one side to the other of the presidency shifts from bush the Obama you still got people no matter what your Democrat Republican there are a lot of people out there who didn't want the truth to come out completely and they're running up against roadblocks from both sides it did that that makes it very frustrating so it's a it's a fascinating look at that time in history which is very long ago and the real dangers of of of having bad development of techniques and what that could mean for soldiers in the future and for for foreign policy and that sort of thing so I found that really fascinating because even though and it's under the shroud of partisanship it really does have the report itself being deal somewhat just just the facts the sun's energy effects are nice especially in these days with the so it's it may be hard to come by maybe people don't see of the that's a whole nother thing and get it in and we'll get to that later because there's a story it's weird and just let it hasn't and son in law that's passed in in Columbus which is this thing of facts don't matter when it comes to science if you just say Hey it's my faith and they can't sell your first put in some down is not necessarily scientifically accurate we're talking about in school which is another thing that makes my head want to explode by my opinion on that but I don't see the movies I see how your eyes sure I'd like to play it safe I am curious to see if the reports going to be affected because of obviously right now there's a lot of governmental stuff going on in the news and everything that might that might be people don't want to go in see more fact in an escape but but I it is a great movie it's worth saying good enough Kevin Kerr and also we can talk about Larry the tiny swine if you get a chance at your leisure on the I heart radio app you look for fat guys the movies it's me in cabin doing the job instead podcast and and but with poor little layer yes the big existential quandary question would you eat bacon in front of a pick try to feed it to the to the tech while out and then I could just start all right again Kerr enjoy the rest you weekend thanks as always for the time in the inside enjoy yourself and midway still showing that's done pretty well right that seems interesting and we're seeing a doctor sleep you said was pretty cool too right actually what happened with midway last weekend it over before by just a couple million but then doctor sleep crash and burn to the box office so midweek ended up taking first place which was a kind of a coup for that movie and that's a that's good I mean honoring were were to hear that so that's always that's always worth checking out in the theaters I think it makes sense I Kevin thank you quick break come back more sterling not done yet and saying acts loses high school football scoreboard coming up big time playoff going on elder handles business.

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"lost high school" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"lost high school" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The proof is in the Pennzoil case sequence for aware testing using SA five W thirty by golden winged. Go with you. Meanwhile, some news about a player who won't be playing big time college basketball, just few moments ago on get up RJ Hampton number five prospect in the class of twenty nineteen is foregoing the idea of playing the one and done role in college. Any taken his act on the road. He signed a contract with the New Zealand breakers of the estrogen National Basketball league. He announced on get up on Tuesdays at my number one goal is to play in the NBA. I want to be an NBA player for everyone. It'd be a college player. This is about getting ready for the next level more efficiently. But my parents went to college. My mom got her master's degree. Education is a big thing in our family. But this is focusing one hundred percent on. Basketball to which I say, I wonder if a lot more people down this. Well, see this is what the NBA wants the G league to be correct. This is we're the NBA want these players to go is to the G league. And quite honestly right now, Shelia pays more. I think so Gordo, I think they might pay these guys like a hundred grand where the G league. They're not making that I'm not positive the number. But yet we talked about this is exactly where I think the G league wants to be where they're going to up the pay and make it a better league to prepare them to play in the NBA where ustralia base guy said, come on guys, we're gonna pay you more comply with us and our Hamptons, you're going to do just that. And it's interesting because of that because I think we learned, especially this year, that there's definitely a benefit to the is that are on you in American college basketball over here. Zion, Zion, John Moran just signed that Nike contract, like there are ways in benefits that come with that sort of profile that you're not gonna get in this league. We're not going to hear. From him, or see him, leading up to him entering the NBA draft. So you lose some of that, that maybe the G league could provide. Absolutely. But there's also a lot of benefits to going somewhere new and different and learning about new and different things. And you know, New Zealand is a fascinating country. Australia is a fascinating country. There's an education process here that I think that a guy like Hampton will get that a lot of other players won't that will will shape who they are. Maybe as people as a wells who they are the basketball player, that's helpful. But we know this is a dollars and cents business. Good. He's still going to make a ton of money. And I guess what we're saying those coming off of what we saw was ion and these guys Duke, we've seen that, regardless of what we feel about amateurism or any of the things that are societas with, that they're tangible dollars and cents benefits to what they go through over here versus disappearing over there. Even if you're getting money in the mean what I really like about his one of the things he said he said, look Donncha, which is one of my favorite players to watch. I started following in two years before he was drafted in watching ten. Games of his this season seeing came into the NBA and being arguably the best rookie in the NBA shows that you don't have to go to college to be successful playing professionally against men helped them to get to his now that he, he did the back in compliment. He's not the fastest or most athletic guy, but he gets where he wants to on the floor and reads defenses better than almost any player in the NBA. It's interesting as part of this their preseason games. They play a couple of preseason games. They're going to be against NBA teams. So he's actually going to be playing against NBA teams, you know, year before he could actually be in the draft to play against NBA team. So he actually said, I do like that. I can kind of measure myself, even though very very early in, you know in my career there and in preseason games. But this is we will see down the road. If the NBA can get the G league up to where players will choose that over going overseas. I know we're all in favor of options for the players. And right. It's worth noting. That this is a difference from the Brandon Jennings. Emmanuel moody Terrence Ferguson. Situations where there were some questions about their academic viability going towards college. This is a true decision of no crime going to forego that in favor of this, the way Jason Fitz has raised his hand. It's very official doing a fair question to ask them all. This is much of the conversation is about the NBA. What about college basketball? I mean how consumed a concern with this, are you, if you're too, or, or Memphis, one of the teams North Carolina, that offered a scholarship here he elected not to go there as these players continue to have options might college basketball survived, through, well, they're going to survive easily because in two more years, it's not gonna matter back to one in tunnel. Be gone. So you're gonna lose high school seniors. Anyway. Get what you're saying. Right now. It's a very, very small amount in this case, the one but it's happened a couple times I get it. But I think by the time that would be any kind of an impact, it's already gonna go back to where it doesn't have to be the one and done real quick. The G league thirty five thousand a year. Australia is sixty thousand dollars a year. So by my quick math, that's twenty five thousand dollars, you get more money. And you get to play against professionals which might make your game better toward the next level. So this is a guy. He's probably gonna spend one year abroad in and then be drafted very high. He's good. As everyone says he is. I think there's tangible benefits for him. And as far as like what will this do for college basketball? You know, I mean they still have the billion dollar contract with the with CVS for the tournament. So I think I think they'll be just fine one way or the other. Right. I mean, I'm not gonna of weeping openly for the for the system that doesn't pay the players. Owners in pro sports wondering what's going in their pocket? You know, these schools are still getting their cut of find a way to surveys up in that billion dollar area. They're going to be good. Everyone loves the root for those veteran-laden teams. Anyway, all love shame in the one and done team. When it most of the time more than anything else as we've seen time and time again, coming up, what fiction has led to friction in LA. We'll get to that golick and wingo. ESPN radio ESPN news. Everything is golden. 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"lost high school" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"lost high school" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"Let's are long as long as it didn't bounce edited matter where did it matter where it goes. But yeah, today's you question, and I think this is true. When like a football team does renovation to college football stadium. Ran in that stuff. It takes a little bit for the neighborhood because the beauty of Rosenblatt stadium was not even so much. The ballpark is it was all the stuff around the houses and you parked in people's yards and Patty Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Xactly would have felt like. Yeah. That's it. Just feels right important. And so it just takes a little while for the area to grow because you go back now versus the first year in the new ballpark. It is completely different. Like now, there's like places to go and things to see back, then when the first one is just sitting in the parking lot. And so it just takes it takes a little while. And they'll never replicate what the old neighborhood like it used to be. But it's still it's it's still there way worse places to be. June than downtown Omaha. Sweating watching ball games random random shoutout time. Yeah. So one of the very few high school football games. I lost. We lost high school called Lebanon, highschool Lebanon in Virginia. Okay. And one of my boys is Ryan Cowden. Good name rhyme. Yep. He is the VP of player personnel for the Tennessee titans. Right. And he was Lebanon's quarterback at the time. Right. He beat us look, and it's still annoys me. And he just texted me and told me that others walked him back through the streets eleven and talking about tasty for easing BQ. We are doing public service, sir. And then you when you got mad because it brought up all those terrible members of that loss owned me too. They had this dude. And Ryan if you're listening text me his name, I always forget his name. I remember everybody's name that I played against. But this one dude I forget. He went to Emory and Henry on a full ride. He was a wide at eight hour ate my lunch. I mean, just ate my lunch. I think I might even been benched at day. I forget eight months travel for us. We got completely run over by guy. This freshman. We're like who is this guy? Steven davis. Here's a raisin. He he ended up being pretty good. He did all right for himself. Hey, right down the street here. You know, what else pretty good? If you call into the show ESPN radio presented by progressive insurance. Protecting commercial vehicles and offering specialized coverages designed to protect your business. More at progressivecommercial dot com. Give us a call eight eight eight seventy nine three seven seven six eight..

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"lost high school" Discussed on X96

X96

06:06 min | 3 years ago

"lost high school" Discussed on X96

"See usual, gang of misfits and dope. Addicts are here. Well. I see why you did that. But there were certainly. A lot of choices today. I don't think there were eye line ferries birth. I didn't see that Roxy music. Little Mark Hollis today. Talk talk. Yeah. It's a Denise Matthews birthday today to she's vanity. Oh. Really? Yeah. It's it's Bernard. Sumners birthday today. Aw. Division. So we can potty breaks. Speaking of potty breaks, it's Martin mccallum's birthday today. REM a bats are excuse me. Not REM. It's a prefab sprout. Yeah. We're not playing Hypo negative Peter steals. That that's a possibility to Lindemans birthday. Who's we still have we still have potty breaks? The potty breaks Sean Carey we have to select that carefully. Morton's birthday today from the Pogues? Do we have to selected care knowing we don't know we I have to select a good song you have to find a way to segue. Your dedication. Potty breaks song. Now Howard's birthday today. Genus Debbie used. So why did you pick that song? Well, I picked it because it's Michael Stipe spurt day. But also fifty nine you have to say on this day on this day. But also will so now we can get to your pet project. This one goes out to the one I love it. It's a it's a dedication song. And the potty breaks song. I'm trying to get this new thing going where shoehorn this into the body break song somehow or people Rypien Email in radio from hell at x ninety six dot com. Put dedication in the subject line, and you can dedicate a song to your boyfriend to your dog to your grandma your long lost high school boyfriend, Dan, one a little description of why you want to dedicate a song, why did you leave out to your girlfriend? You didn't mention you to your girlfriend. You said friend dog grandma always. Let's. You better. Make sure. Would be an obvious your colonoscopy, perhaps you should list them all responsible and not just you know, I want a little a little paragraph about why you want to dedicate a song. Now. The twist is you don't get to pick the song. Carey picks the soul, and I don't pick it catered to anything. No other than maybe it's the guy from joy division's birthday. Maybe that's as far as it goes. Then it's not really a dedication. Sure. Now, it's not really a dedicated whatever this song is I'm dedicating it. It is a brand new definition the potty break, dedication, so Email that radio from hell ninety six dot com. It's it's a song really without any. Meaning. No, we will make would that's the point. We're gonna shoehorned meaning in we will make it have a me. We're borrowing a feeling. This probably isn't gonna laugh, but let me try. I'm pretty sure. I mean, I'm all for doing it. The good old fashioned way. If you want to go if you want to do it. I would say we just do what go all out. Then we're going to end up playing songs that aren't no. Then we have to pick a song. It will limit the people that we can service because they weren't they won't pick songs that we can play. Well, it's true. Well, this way we can do all them in some way, not necessarily. Sure it is. But that kind of a feature always did that. Always did that unless you're Casey Kasem who would play anything. Yeah. Well, no, that's actually not true. Casey Kasem would not play. But he had a worldwide reach. Sending him letters. And he did have a major format. Yes. But we have a pretty wide format and the people who listen to us know, the what that format is. Now why we got a request for woolly bully. But you know, what a that was kind of a joke. Now, if you wanna if you wanted to do dedications as the opening number. We could play woolly bully. Well, we'd play Willie believes the opening number dedication or not. It's nine o'clock song that becomes harder. That's why we because knows listening sex. So, but I'm saying if you want to if you wanted to do dedications as the opening number overthinking. No. It's the dedication potty break. I dedicate this potty break to you. I like I'm all for. I'm all for. Going all the way with it. And letting them pick the song as well as long as it's informat. Well, they don't know what that means. They do people are not dumb. What kind of music we play do. They. I don't believe they do. Radio. See I've I've met them and talk to them. I don't think they do get the more credit than you do. Well, send them in. And you can suggest a song on their baby won't use in. Maybe we won't we're gonna wind up using the song that I pick guarantee because. Because that's how it will. Go. Well, let's officially begin the program. We.

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