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Fresh update on "luca" discussed on Big Fellas Basketball
"So every player that are trained that coach on A. Deeper level of. Little bit more than on the Basketball Court whether I'm picking them up for a workout or you know taking to get something to eat after whatever it's like building those relationships really make extra money go to war for these for these kids the even if they were the same age, is us The the relationship is is also huge motivator -nother thing I would say is I like to keep it interesting by continuing to learn in applying that knowledge. So. If not learning in every single workout is the same it's going to fail at some point. So you know reading a book or doing some researcher reading a Journal Journal Article and. Then applying the next day in of experimenting testing out whether it's on yourself or or you know group workout individual workout whatever that that's what makes it fun for me is just experimenting with new stuff I said understanding the lots turning that Kinda into an encouraging process, not seeing it as a burden, but more so is. No having fun with with. Continuing to learn day in and day out. Definitely be a lifelong learners, definitely such an important lesson for people and it's something like, Oh, just regurgitate the same drills over and over again it's the same thing we're constantly learning trying to better ourselves. That's almost that's half the battle almost is is off the court you're you're learning you're reading articles yet you're saying, how can I help my kids more players more? It'd be the best coach I could to get them to be the best players that could be. Awesome. I just wanted to ask you about this. You always talk about with when it comes to basketball specific athleticism. So most people wouldn't consider steph curry or Luca dodgers to be incredible athletes. The way you can think of Jaanus to be. Something to that effect. So but you always talk about how they are thematic because their their skill levels. It's such a degree that it's able to Kinda supersede that and make them athletic even though it might not. That's the naked eye if you want to talk about that more. Yeah. So. If, you mean anyone familiar with computers you have like the hardware. Fire few look at Lebron. Long Dwight Howard the physical specimen, their hardwares GIS. Out of this world, obviously like the period. Even down. Section area of the muscle, just like their big best which athletes.
20 Minutes About Metabolic Fitness
"Everyone it's Martin from twenty minutes fitness. I'm here in San Francisco and I'm connected to levels founder Josh, Clementi Josh. Why don't you to be yourself? Martin's great to be on the show I mean on I'm josh, founder of levels and John Interested in bringing metabolic fitness to the mainstream rates, and so what does everyday mean? What is Metabolic Chiasso metabolism? Easy Way to think about metabolism is the set of cellular mechanisms that create energy from our food and environment that. So this is how we power the processes in our body ourselves bringing fuel and they turn it into energy and so metabolic fitness or metabolic health is when those systems are. Operating properly and you have often energy weight balanced performance without excess byproducts and so the way that that we're doing this is using continuous glucose monitoring hardware software analytics to close the loop between actions you take every single day in your daily life and the reactions, your body experiences in particular, the blood sugar response, your body experiences, and so this is this is the level, is that closing loops between action reactions the way that behavior change becomes eating, easy and obvious I, and so we're the first metabolic fitness company greenest market, and how do you define an excess byproduct like at what point you have too much nutrition what is it exactly? So, the some of the easy ways to think about this art glucose itself. So this is a it's sugar essentially, this is a molecule that is the primary energy molecule in the human body so that metabolism functionality that we talked about is driven primarily off of glucose sugar and fat, and so when you're consuming sugar, it releases into the bloodstream and You know this is actually just tipping carbohydrates while they sugars that interest the bloodstream, and so this triggers a cascade of processes, hormonal processes, and those tell your body, how to op sort of appropriate that Lucas, into the cells for for their useless contrived things like weight gain can. Be for muscle expenditure for energy using mechanical loads on a commute for cognitive function in the brain. But those laws get too high. You actually have an inflammatory situation because Lucas is a very reactive molecule it produces what are called free radicals, inflammatory cytokines. I'll sixteen alpha you know these different molecule byproducts of glucose reactions that actually are very inflammatory and can cause breakdown of tissues and skin glaciation, which is right leads to Browning of the skin and wrinkles. All these byproducts that ultimately are are not good for us. So there's a fine balance and glucose is meant to be kept in tight control and that's what we mean by byproducts. Normally unless you have diabetes, you should not have resistance to insulin release right so how does that really matter van for you know everyday use that a non diabetic being that we have been since glucose is the primary energy source for for the modern person we've studied the Post Disease State of Glucose for for many decades. So this is called diabetes typically type two diabetes which a lifestyle driven illness that sets in your body can no longer respond to insulin you can't use glucose in. Your bloodstream effectively, it gets really high toxic levels. So we studied that quite a bit but the thing is that all of us across the metabolic spectrum from healthy to to less healthy are all using net glucose and so there is an optimization function here where because these mechanisms are linear you know it's not it's not like a a threshold where you cross over it, and then suddenly you're unhealthy that's kind of how start thought about a me to think about this metabolic fitness meaning the choices. We make require focus effort and repetition to achieve optimization. So it doesn't matter where you fall on the spectrum metabolic health de Choices you're making today are affecting your hormonal cascade causing qualitative experiences in causing quantifiable to potentially detrimental effects like weight gain, where's performance exercise cognitive decline sort of all of the things that we struggle with our day-to-day are affected by the choices we're making that we don't really connect because we don't have that close loop system. So now by by showing that the person who. Doesn't have diagnose metabolic dysfunction. You can optimize your choices daily see the data in real time, make better ones, and then achieved this sort of metabolic control where instead of having these this roller coaster of spikes and crashes in energy issues, and again wait gained the rollercoaster. We all ride day today that we kind of use our emotions feel way through. You cannot have data and you can use that to achieve this the state of balanced control and you know lower flatter smoother continual on metabolic control.
Fresh update on "luca" discussed on Football Frenzy
"Strikeouts. Has tied the major league record held by Karl Spooner. Since 1954. They both have had 27 strikeouts in their 1st 2 starts of the season. Our thanks to W. T AM and ESPN stance and info the White Sox will try to do tonight what No one has been able to do so far this season. Get to Shane Bieber will counter with Lucas Giolito. He's been good over his last two starts to take a closer look at what figures to be a pretty good pitching matchup once again, but Chris Singleton here's John Shabi. Chris, Thanks for a much What a pitching matchup for Sunday night Baseball. Shame Bieber on the hill against Lucas Giolito, I guess. Start with the guy in the visitor's side. Bieber is always had good command. Last year, the strikeout rate went up and he has continued to dominate this year. Plus, he's added a cutter has been sensational. That book. I mean, it's you talk about this building tonight way almost. We don't want to jinx it because it's so good between these two guys. Southern California kids, but Shane Beaver, hey, stands tall out there on the mound. It's six foot three man, but just attacking hitters, 35 strikeouts. Those 1st 3 starts. Of the season and all Star last year Ed regardless of any interruption to the start of the season, he's picked up right where he left off, so it'll be fun to watch him out there on the bomb in Chicago. Terry Francona told me that shame. Bieber reminds him of Dustin Pedroia, he said, You get his best with the game on the line. Meanwhile, on the other side, Lucas Giolito he took such a big step forward last year. One of the first things he did Chris. He cleaned up his mechanics. That arm path changed. Not as long as much of it dropped down and became a little more of a short arm. And thus the walk rate went down. The strikeout rate went up. When you think about a guy like Giolito, it's six foot six and with a long arm stroke, that arm's a bit longer than the average pitcher. So hitters in terms of just being able to visually have a longer look if you will at it, even with the good velocity No, it's everything helps so for him to clean that up is you mentioned shortened the stroke up, but then also just being able to work off of that fastball with a good change of which we've seen over the last couple of starts. He had a clunker 1st 1 of the season against Minnesota. But since then he's pitched very well. Believe 12 innings, giving up two runs, but he's gone to that change up a lot more. Lot of switch hitters and lefty's in that Indians line up and that changeup is an outstanding pitch, especially against those left handed hitters. Bieber Giolito great match up on the hill. We sent it back to crystal on. Thanks very much Looking forward to this one. Coming up on baseball tonight, presented by Navy Federal Credit Union will tell you why the Indians may have gotten lucky with a Corona virus scare early in their summer camp and How it's helped them. You're listening to Sunday night baseball on ESPN radio in the ESPN. Max Kellerman ships calorie PR Player Efficiency rating. But it takes all of that into account informative. LeBron in his prime 567 years ago, went through a five year stretch where he averaged 30. Like historically great. You heard him on first tape, and now you get even more mad. Don't do that anymore. He fell off. Now. That's what quiet is raised up to the Max Kellerman show August 17 to Eastern on ESPN Radio and ESPN News. At this point, all the roads are flooded. Yes, I'm getting married again. The market was up today on strong look so long boys singing with me. After 2.5 months of channel surfing. It's time to put down the remote and pick up a racquet because tennis lets you keep your social distance without being socially distance. It's fun. It's active. It's done. So let's go from quarantine. Toe Love. 15. Call a friend rather racket. Let's get out and play brought to you by the U. S team was watching game lifestyles like that's a bucket. Never mind. That's a bucket. No, you got it. His range is ridiculous. His wingspan and Michael Jr This is a shot across the valley. This is LeBron James knows how much weight he wields when he says something like this today and going This right here is just Pierre August 17th at four Eastern on ESPN Radio and ESPN News. He's passionate. Here's the bad news. Okay, It's worse than you think. Take me instead. Why does this always happen to the Jetsquarterback? He's opinionated, doesn't make any sense. Didn't make any sense isn't getting better. No matter how they try to explain it, and he's back. It is it isn't as an epic disaster. Greedy. This can't ruin my day. Do you know what I've lived through? Was a fan of this franchise coming August 17 toothy on new ESPN radio. Now streaming exclusively on Disney, Plus follow the security of a young prince in search of himself through betrayal, Love and self identity with black, his king with visual album from Beyonce with music from The Lion King gift..
US Republicans have unveiled a $1 trillion package to kick-start the economy, Democrats call the plan 'inadequate'
"Republicans have unveiled a trillion dollar package to kick start the country's economy after the damage done by the pandemic Democrats, have already called the plan inadequate. Joining me on the line is Scott Lucas professor of US politics at the University of Birmingham, good morning and welcome to the brim scores. So what are the main feature of this baggage? The headline that will come out of this is not one of actually protecting people. And support, it will actually be the fact that unemployment benefits for millions of Americans who have lost their jobs from Corona virus? Those benefits will be cut by sixty seven percent from six hundred dollars per week to two hundred dollars per week. there is a twelve hundred dollar payment the equivalent of three weeks. Of support that is being lost, but after that. You've got. More than fifty one million Americans who filed unemployment application since mid-march, trying to exist on a lot less money. The Republicans argue well that six hundred a week is a disincentive to return to work, but it seems to be at a time. When Corona virus is resurging in the states of very heavy measure to sort of bludgeoned people back into work places. That may not be safe. Beyond that you do have a lot of protection for business for example protecting them from lawsuits. From workers over Corona virus cases. You do have some more support for small businesses. But you also include some pet projects, the most notable of which is a new FBI building which is almost an obsession of donald trump, probably almost a billion dollars in that gets in there at the same time that those who are trying to get by week-to-week are not going to be helped by this measure. Do. You think this is one of the United States needs at least moments, well I think it's a reality in without playing party politics. We've got to say look is the fact is is that as the pandemic is not only continuing but surging in the United States? It gets more and more expensive to try to deal with the economic effects. You have already had to support packages worth a total about five trillion. This would be the third. The Democrats want three trillion rather than one trillion to fully protect people in other words. The bottom line here is is that the ultimate protection from Corona virus not just for lives. Not just for families affected by the loss of lives, but for the US economy is to get the virus under control, and the administration has singularly failed to do that when you have coronavirus cases that are researching and forty-one and fifty days looking at then, what's the Democrats? Won't so you already mentioned that? The Republicans want to cut unemployment benefits and the Democrats would also want to spend moist. There's something. Something else that Democrats. Also what will the Democrats want to maintain The unemployment benefit through the end of twenty twenty at the current level beyond that, however the Democrats want more money for test trace to contain corona virus, and the White House has held out against that because more money for testing trace exposes Donald Trump's claim that less testing means less cases. So why don't we just go that path? The Democrats also. One did not want to see liability protection for businesses. They think that's the wrong priority. Instead the money should be put into community development, getting more people into the workplace on a community basis in a safe way, and there's also another big difference in this that reflects trump's priorities, and that is that the Republicans, rather than providing unemployment benefits rather than trying to build up the safety net or providing tens of billions of. Of Dollars for schools that reopened with full class instruction from next month. The problem with that Donald Trump may be demanding that there is no online instruction at schools, but medical experts say it poses a threat to staff to children and to their parents. It also sounds like Americans can expect too. Many Americans can expect to receive some some chicks also as a financial stimulus something that is a donald trump approach as well. It's two things. One is okay. We dangled twelve hundred dollars to you and let's say if it's my parents. In a WHO retirees it's up and they'll be eager to vote for trump in November because they just got more money, but I come back to the basic point. If you're unemployed and again more than fifty one million Americans filed unemployment applications that twelve hundred dollars direct payment only covers you for three weeks of lost money from the fact that you're having declined benefit until you can find another job, so it's sort of more of A. A token effort by the Republicans doesn't really deal with the long-term economic situation, and really exposes I think the bottom line for the administration, which is even yesterday, Larry, cudlow the White House is top economic advisor was saying when we are having more than a thousand deaths today in the United States when we're now more than four point three million cases. It's okay we're on a v-shaped recovery. Guess what folks we're not, and we won't be recovered by November, when Donald Trump has his priority, which is getting a second term in office. Exactly, SCOTT'S A. Nice Republicans are they all united behind these plan? No their their blood, and in five. This is something that causes further complications. They can't just point at the Democrats and say Oh. Boo to you. You won't support our measures a number of leading Senate Republicans. Including the two thousand sixteen presidential candidate Ted Cruz have said they will not accept any stimulus package. That's it no more money for anything. Graham Donald. Trump's front has warned that there's opposition to any package and the confusion knots Republicans with so great that as the bill was unveiled yesterday. Senate leader Mitch McConnell the most important. Republican in the Chamber did not know that the measure still included the seven hundred and fifty million dollars for the new FBI building. What will happen next with this plan? Won't pass. The House remember the House Democrats have already passed their three trillion. Dollar stimulus package and they're going to say look. That's the one you have to deal that your baseline. Mark Meadows the White House Chief of Staff Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin. We're meeting House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer last night, so no deal with our plan, but the idea of slashing unemployment benefits by almost seventy percent of while protecting businesses from lawsuits. That's a no go for Democrats, so I fear. What you see is that as the unemployment benefits expire this week, you might have a short term extension. Of those benefits, but the Democrats will insist that it six hundred dollars per week. If the Republicans don't assist on that, this bill of theirs will not pass, and all those Americans who have been out of work, get nothing house of next week, and what to expect to happen with the US economy. The US economy is going to continue to. Be Stagnant and probably go downwards. Again, bottom line. Not Revive an economy. You cannot reopen as Donald Trump wants to say we'll save. America will be hashed had winning unless you contain corona virus, and the United States does not have output test. Try Test, trace and track measures to safely reopen. And therefore provide economic recovery that trump desperately wants within the next one hundred days, and what kind of a? East this for Donald Trump does he need to emerge from all this as as a winner to succeed the November presidential election? I'm going to be honest with you. Marcus I. don't Care What happens with Donald Trump being a winner. Don't care with Donald Trump's ego. Donald Trump needs to be put into a room away from all of this, because the hard graph that needs to be done, and this is beyond Republicans Democrats they do need to come together to talk about surviving this economic downturn about getting control of the virus, and when you have Donald, trump who? Is Unpredictable. Who is chaotic? Who is not exactly? Up to speed on what is happening he just stands in the way of anything productive whatever happens in November. Scott Lucas thank you very much for joining US
Fresh update on "luca" discussed on Football Frenzy
"At the end of our right for Zion Williamson. First free throw a lot of room drops in. He's got 16 63% Think that's almost the same is what Johannes is shooting. But this guy's got to become a better free throw shooter because he's gonna live on the free throw line. Second free throw good young stars We've seen this weekend. Luca Unicorn, right. That wasn't one of his best games, but he's played very well in the bubble. 9 85 79 San Antonio's Believe Walker. Almost turning over gives it up Murray between the circle around the Bay Stream. Step past. Back up top Walker for three. Got it. What a shot by Lottie Walker prop shaking his head and I understand why Offense looks very disjointed, Not fluid. It all but Rudy Gay and then Lonnie Walker bailed him out with a couple of threes. Williamson passes over the top part Touch. Pass to the corner for Alexander Walker fires three. No good quietly sitting. It's the rebound, leads resigning. William Cindy's Gone on the strip attempts. Williamson going back to the line. They're attacking the rim. And why not This ball club. New Orleans is one of the best in the business in points in the paint offensive rebounds. That's how they get in there to get second chance points and they get In this case.
Chinese researcher charged with US visa fraud is in custody
"China's consulate in San Francisco is now in custody. NPR's Ryan Lucas report she's expected in court on Monday. A senior Justice Department official says the defendant tongue Gwen has been taken into federal custody but would not comment on the circumstances of her arrest. Hyung is one of four Chinese researchers The Justice Department recently charged with visa fraud for allegedly lying about their ties to China's military. Prosecutors say she was doing research at the University of California Davis. The FBI interviewed her in June and some time after that she went to the Chinese consulate in San Francisco, where she remained until her arrest. The U. S. Accuses the Chinese government of conducting a long running campaign to steal American research and intellectual property accusations. China denies Ryan Lucas NPR NEWS Washington In Seattle, Customs and Border Patrol agents have been
Fresh update on "luca" discussed on WREC Programming
"In some states more so than others. Mayor Quinton Lucas of Kansas City, Missouri, on CBS's face the Nation with part of the problem in his state informal spread. As we called it in Kansas City House parties of up to hundreds of people, a lot of backyard parties and a lot of folks in families and other in formal settings that aren't following social Distancing rules aren't wearing masks. There now are more than five million cases in more than 162,000. Covert 19 related deaths in the U. S. College Life may look much different in the era of Cove in 19 U. S. Colleges now telling students know keg parties, no long road trips and no outside guests on campus administrators are Also calling for mask wearing and social distancing. Many campuses are also expected to feature testing sites as well as plexiglass barriers in the classroom. Fox's Tom Graham America's listening to Fox News Thiss report is sponsored by the podcast, The daily Zeitgeist. We've.
Judge orders Michael Cohen be released back to home confinement
"A federal judge is ordering the release of former Trump attorney and fixer Michael Cohen, who's serving a three year sentence for fraud, campaign finance violations and lying to Congress as NPR's Ryan Lucas reports Cohen file suit challenging his recent return to federal prison. The decision from U. S District Court Judge Alvin Hellerstein is the latest twist in Michael Cohen's legal Odyssey. Cohen was released from federal prison to home confinement in May because of concerns about the Corona virus. But then, earlier this month he was taken back to prison after refusing to agree not to speak to the media or published a book a condition of his release that Cohen says violated his First Amendment rights. Cohen is writing a tell all book about his many years working for Trump. Now Judge Hellerstein has found that the government's decision to return going to prison was indeed retaliation for his book and a violation of his rights. He has ordered that Cohen be released back to home
Mayors Threatens to Sue If Trump Sends Fed Officers to Patrol NYC, Chicago
"Of Chicago and New York of threatened to take President Donald Trump to court if he sends government agents to police cities, trump sent federal law enforcement officers to Portland and weeks of anti-racism protests there and he's also threatened to do the same in many other cities across the nation, the move to send agents in camouflage. Camouflage uniforms has been criticized by officials in Oregon, and also by the House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Well, joining me for more on this is Scott Lucas professor of politics at the University of Birmingham Scott was good. Have you on the show now? There's a couple of things I'd like to understand here for example when these these forces were sent to Portland in Oregon. Are they working with police on the ground or they just flown in an trying to take control of the streets. How does it work when you send these offices in? In normal cases, the way that it should work is that the intervention is coordinated. With local authorities with his the political leaders, and with the leaders of security forces, including the police. That's the way it was done. The last time there was a national emergency amidst and uprising, which was in Los Angeles in Nineteen ninety-two after the beating of Rodney, King. This time is not known. Donald Trump and his inner circle, including Attorney General, William Bar and Chad. Wolf of Homeland Security. Sent in these forces, many of whom are not in March uniforms. Who are in unmarked vehicles symptomen without consultation with the Mayor of Portland Ted Wheeler without consultation with Oregon Governor Brown without consultation full consultation with the heads of police there in other words, this is close to being an occupying force brought in from Washington not to restore law and order as much as it is to try to quash these protests in pursuit of other goals and I would say the primary goal is the election of Donald Trump I. want to give out not because. I guess he's you say he's not playing to. The audience in the city is playing to. A national audience and he seems to be trying to get across his notion that. The Republicans and himself a good at standing up to questions and issues around law and order, whereas the Democrat is being held hostage by demonstrators on the streets and are unable to do anything to to to quell. Disturbances. Windows being smashed on stores, rare occurrences, but these are the things that he's focusing on. Your I mean this is not an entirely new playbook. In the nineteen fifties. You would say that your opponent supported the communist in the era of McCarthyism. Richard Nixon was very effective in the nineteen sixties and early nineteen seventies before Watergate at playing at the idea that protests were directed by extremist in by Anti American. Elements Russ he represented the silent majority. But if this is done entirely new playbook, this is definitely a new chapter. Because the extent to which Donald Trump has said that he does not recognize any check on his authority He said back in April Dirt Win Corona Virus, researching I want to take total control. He in the past week has consulted John you a lawyer. Most renowned for writing the torture memo in the George W Bush administration about ruling by decree in other words. This is not. Not An attempt to work through courts, not to work through Congress, it is to bypass every institution and to do it with this false. This false sense that the protests are dominated by violence by extremist, an anarchist when in five from the very start the black lives matter protests after the murder George Floyd have been largely peaceful, and that has been the case in Portland as well. A CRAWLER! This is in many cities are the police are being much more cautious about how they get involved with citizens on the streets, or they are deliberately trying to hold back from demonstrators fulfil of causing issues, but in the background, not from demonstrators in the background this the has in some cities like New York seen an uptick in in for example in violent crime and gun crime, so does he have a point? Point that you know there there is a there is a maybe in some cities. A crime wave is a is a bit of an emotive word. Maybe an uptick in crime. The actually someone might build to buy. It doesn't quite know how to deal with for example in New York. No, I mean we have had an increase in in shootings in places like Chicago. Atlanta and New York but you have quote upticks. As parts of regular patterns of crying growing up in this case amidst corona virus admits the tension which has been stoked by trump. It's not surprising that you might have an increase interest, but this is not due to the withdrawal of the police from the streets. There's absolutely no linked to that. The police were on the streets of New York there on the streets of Chicago streets of Atlanta, the issue that is there and has been raised by black lives matters. How do you have effective policing effective policing does mean trying to prevent shootings trying to crime, but it also means trying. Trying to do so working with the community responsibly, and not with the police acting violently, and that issue is being handled by not by trump a by state, local leaders in places like Minneapolis and places like Seattle and places like Atlanta they are trying to pursue a new type of policing that can actually deal with this with the long term, and not for the purpose of a soundbite with Donald trump screams, law and order even as he's trying to undermine it.
"Mythbusters" co-host Grant Imahara dead at 49
"And some sad news this morning about Grant imahara. An electrical engineer who was well known to fans of Mythbusters. He has died. The 49 year old died yesterday, reportedly after a brain aneurysm. Imahara first appeared on the Discovery show in its third season, and he stayed until 2014 when he then left with co host Kari Byron and Tory Blakey. The three actually joined back up for one season of the 2016 Netflix show. White Rabbit Project. Imahara also worked for nearly a decade with Lucas Films Industrial Light Magic and T H X. Also working on models and effects on films like The Star Wars prequels, The Matrix Reloaded and Terminator three Rise of the machines, so Rest in peace. Grant Imahara only
Capitol Hill split on Trump's decision to commute Roger Stone's sentence
"Trump has commuted the sentence of his longtime friend, and in former political adviser Roger Stone, who was convicted for lying to Congress, obstruction and witness tampering in the investigation into Russian interference in the twenty sixteen presidential election NPR's Ryan, Lucas reports reaction on Capitol Hill Seems Split Along Party. Lines Republicans like Congressman Jim Jordan. He's a key. Trump ally on the hill came out in support of this move to. To grant a commutation to stone, but for Democrats in the president's critics, they have condemned trump's decision to commute stone sentence, and they call it an attack on the rule of law. They also say that it's part of a pattern. They point to the administration's decision earlier this year to drop charges against the president's former National Security Adviser, Michael Flynn, and now this decision to commute stone sense they say is evidence of politics infecting the judicial system. The White House says stone was charged by over zealous prosecutors on special. Counsel Robert Muller's team that was pursuing a baseless investigation which led to trump's impeachment.
Trump commutes Roger Stone's sentence and claims he was "unfairly treated"
"Roger Stone expressed relief as he spoke to reporters outside his home in Florida last night, saying he would have been a risk for the Corona virus if sent to prison. Stone had been expected to report to a federal prison in Georgia next week following his conviction stemming from Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. President Trump has commuted stones 40 months sentence. NPR's Ryan Lucas reports of Democrats are denouncing the move as another intervention in the country's justice system. Democratsview clemency for Stone as an affront to the rule of law. Adam Schiff is the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, he says Don't lie to Congress and obstructed this investigation in order to protect Trump. Who is now commuting stone sentence shift, described this action is one of Trump's most offensive ones against the rule of law and justice. And he says that there are two systems of justice under Trump won for Trump's friends and one for
Kansas City extends face mask mandate indefinitely
"Been extended in Kansas City, Missouri. There's other action to announced by the mayor, Quinton Lucas, With Corona virus cases on the rise. There have been a number of outbreaks relating to bars and other kind of facilities of that sort, so we're maintaining our 50% capacity women on on bars and taverns in Kansas City. Missouri had a new high for cases yesterday, 7 95 CBS's Marie of here realizes other states or shattering daily records for cases in Arizona. Inpatient hospitalization hit a record high. There are only 181 ICU beds left in this state. The virus is widespread and the more activity that is happening in our economy. The more the spread will continue. More than 2000 Arizonans have died, a new survey says. One in three Americans know someone who's been infected with the Corona virus. CBS NEWS
Judge asks for full appeals court review of Michael Flynn case
"Judge overseeing the criminal case against Michael Flynn is asking a full federal appeals court to reconsider a decision ordering him to throw out the charges as NPR's Ryan Lucas reports. It's the latest in a long running legal saga over the prosecution of President Trump's first national security Advisor. U S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan is asking the full D C Circuit Court of appeals to allow him to scrutinize the Justice Department's decision to drop its case against Michael Flynn. The request comes after a three judge panel on the D C circuit ruled that Sullivan could not scrutinized the DOJ is decision and ordered him to drop the case. The former national security adviser pleaded guilty in 2017 tow line to the FBI about his contacts with Russia. And now says he was set up.
Kansas City mayor calls on governor for special session to address violent crime
"City Mayor Quentin Lucas is calling for a Missouri governor, Mike Parson to call a special legislative session to deal with violent crime. This call comes after two Kansas City police officers were shot Thursday in the city surpassed 100 murders for the year. It's on a record pace. In a letter to the governor, Lucas writes. We are at a crisis point in Kansas City. And we need state legislative action on several items. We have previously discussed to address our problem. Three crime fighting bills died in the Missouri's regular legislatures regular session A spokesperson for the governor tells KMOX and fighting crime has been a top priority since the governor took office. And she says, Parson has indicated there will be a special session, she tells came wax this morning that crime could likely be a part of it.
Jeffrey Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell arrested in U.S.
"Close associate of the financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein is under arrest today. Her name is Gillian Maxwell and just a quick warning that some parts of this story or really disturbing because of the nature of the alleged crimes. Prosecutors say Maxwell helped Epstein sexually exploit underaged girls have seen died in prison, and authorities ruled it a suicide. But the investigation into what he was doing his continued. NPR Justice correspondent Ryan Lucas has been following this story. In the meantime, he Ryan Good morning. How did Ah, Maxwell and Epstein know each other? Maxwell comes from a prominent family in the U. K. Her father was was a media magnet there. And she and abstain met in the 19 nineties. They dated for a period of time, but on a broader level, she became a close confident of hiss. They had a professional relationship as well. And there have long been allegations in lawsuits brought by Epstein's alleged victims that Maxwell for years helped abstain recruit young girls to be sexually exploited on even after Epstein suicide last year, prosecutors said that the investigation is, you noted, continued into his associates and possible co conspirators, and Maxwell was seen then a za likely person of interest for investigators. She's facing federal charges now what are the charges? She faces six counts in all, including conspiracy to entice minors to travel to engage in sexual acts and conspiracy to transport miners. To engage in criminal sexual activity. She also faces perjury charges for allegedly lying about her role in the scenes activities when she was asked about it under oath during a deposition a couple of years ago. What are prosecutors saying about what they allege? She did. Well. The events detailed in the indictment took place between 1994 1997 on they relate to three underage girls who were allegedly abused by Epstein. Here is how the Acting U. S attorney in Manhattan, Audrey Strauss summed up Maxwell's role. Mansell played a critical role in helping Epstein to identify the friend and groom minor victims for abuse. In some cases, Maxwell participated in the abuse herself. Prosecutors allege that Epstein and Maxwell had a sort of systematic method for luring these young girls in they would pretend to befriend them by taking them shopping by taking them to the movies by asking about their family or their school life. Maxwell would encourage the girls to let Epstein pay for their travel and their education, and prosecutors say that this was all part of a scheme designed to make these young girls feel indebted to abstain. And once Epstein Maxwell had developed a report with these with these underage girls, prosecutors say that Maxwell would try to normalize sexual abuse in a couple of ways by undressing in front of the victim. Or being present when Epstein was sexually abusing the victim on in at least one instance, as we heard, Strauss say, prosecutors allege that Maxwell participated in the abuse herself. Okay, so she's arrested now she's been charged. Does the investigation into Jeffrey Epstein stop here? This is not the end of the road. The top prosecutor in Manhattan Audrey Strauss, who I mentioned earlier said yesterday that this investigation is still ongoing. Of course, this case has generated a ton of public interest, in part because I've seen had ties to a lot of prominent people that includes Britain's Prince Andrew. On. There are questions about what Prince Andrew, for example and others. Other prominent people knew about absence activities. As for Maxwell, she has serious charges here. This sort of charges that could induce her to cooperate with prosecutors and share what she knows about other associates of abstinence.
Netflix to Invest $100 Million in Black Community's Financial Institutions
"Joined today by Bloomberg Entertainment reporter Lucas Shaw and Lucas Netflix is pledging $100 million to help black communities in the United States. Where is this money going to go? Do we know It's going to go to financial institutions that in some way lent money to or support black communities. A lot of institutions will be black owned or Or black lead, you know, One of the 1st 1 is Hope Credit union whose CEO Blackman and Bill Bynum, another $25 million is going to the Black Economic Development Initiative, which is a new fund that's gonna invest in black of financial institutions. But the big goal here is to try to take out of some of their cash and give it to institutions that can help facilitate investment in black communities and that the initiative was inspired. In large part by theory of research on the racial wealth gap on how much less capital a lot of black Americans have access to than the average white Americans. For example, besides the benefit of the direct access to money that these communities will now have What does it say that a big companies like Netflix is doing something like this? You know it send the real signal to a lot of the other big companies in the U. S. And around the world. This is the second pretty significant action that that Netflix our CEO Reed Hastings has taken Reid Hastings. Donated $120 million of his own fortune, historically black colleges and universities and I think that was really hoping that this particular commitment will inspire other companies to do the same because Netflix compared to some of the other big tech company has a relatively small amount. Of cash on hand. It's got about $5 million right now. That sounds really big. But then when you think about the fact that companies like Apple have hundreds of billions of dollars in cash, and they're bound sheet if they committed Tio investing some of that money or shifting some of that money Into some of these other financial institutions. That could really be a huge benefit the black communities across the US well, and then that makes me wonder how much weight does Reed Hastings carry in the tech community? I mean, the fact that he's done this Is this likely to inspire others? He carries a lot of weight. I have to say, you know, he is somebody who is very well respected by his peers. He was one of the co founders of Netflix. Prior to that, he found it a couple of other tech companies. He used to sit on the boards of both Facebook and like a softy with the biggest tech companies in the world, and he is really somebody So I think it's seen as one of the leaders in that community that being said he is a little bit of a lone wolf. He kind of he does keep to himself to a certain extent. On doesn't put himself out there in the same way that that may be a mark Tucker Berg does he sit. He has very specific causes that he focuses on me spent a lot of his adult life. Investing money and education, which is why his personal investment in the HBC use without a shock. But you've seen him come out pretty strongly following the death of George Floyd and kind of position Netflix as as a leader trying to invest in black communities, and if if that's going to be a place that he puts his time on energy and money, I think he'll probably push a lot of his peers to do the same. Lucas. Not a lot of time left. But is he doing any work at home if you will, because Netflix doesn't have any black executives. Yeah, it's the 3rd 92 at Netflix really does have to improve its own diversity, especially senior leadership position. None of it really is a black. It has one black board member. But that is something that executives the company acknowledge. Must be worked on in the years ahead. Lucas.
'Real Housewives of New Jersey' star's ex hired mobster to assault her husband, authorities allege
"In the life of a really housewife. The ex husband of Real Housewives of New Jersey star Dina Manzo is accused of hiring a member of the Lucas e crime family to attack her current husband. In return, federal authorities say Thomas Manzo gave John Purna deep discount on a wedding ceremony at Man Zoe's Patterson restaurant. Well, his attorney says Manzo is innocent and he compared the charges to a fictionalized plot from a reality TV show. So far, no comment from the furnace lawyer.
Chicago White Sox Announce Summer Camp Roster
"Players report to Wrigley guaranteed rate or their satellite sites on Wednesday training begins Friday although most like Lucas G. lido are already just about ready to go speaking for myself I'm in I'm in very good pitching shape I'm on a pretty much a weekly basis I'm getting a couple bullpens in a live bullpen facing hitters out here in Sacramento I'm simulating three innings even extending the innings out sometimes just get the pitch count up white Sox released their initial summer camp roster this morning forty four players will go to guaranteed rate field including past first round picks Nick madrigal Andrew Vaughn white Sox have yet to name a site for their taxi
Kansas city, Cleveland see daily highs in coronavirus cases
"More daily highs in Corona virus cases across the U. S in Kansas City, a mask mandate went into effect Monday morning, Mayor When Lucas says it's needed to keep businesses open isn't a political issue. Instead, it's an issue that's keeping people safe and hopefully saving lives. Kansas City had a single day record of covert 19 cases sundae, topping the previous high set Thursday. The number of new daily cases in the metro area have been in the triple digits for seven consecutive days. The city of Cleveland reporting 75 new covert 19 cases Sunday. That's a new single day high for the city. The mayor reminding residents the virus has not gone away. Ryan Burrow ABC news
Jockey Luca Panici Ready for His First Belmont Stakes
"The rail to your radio fierce is horse racing radio network. forelegs on run dusty run. It's run dusty run in second. Third they're carrying the finish line. Still Seattle slew, and he's open it up, too. Easy Goer gets by four. Silence remains in. Of France is third, it's New York keys ego or in front, welcome to the equine forum presented by Woodbine Entertainment. Twenty six years. It's just one long. Up Suck. Coming. Finish Cats Marty job. Here come on I don't just passed. Back staked justify still there. Justify from Husky fit just perfect. Just been. Justified thirteen triple. Now? Here's Mike Penta. Well two weeks ago, I opened this program by saying happy. Belmont stakes day. June sick of course would have been the traditional placing the Belmont and the first leg of this year's triple crown. Had things actually remained as scheduled well here we are June twentieth, and I once again get to say. Happy Belmont stakes day to everyone throughout hr, a nation, good morning and welcome to the show that launched a network, the equine forum presented by Woodbine entertainment here on the Horse Racing Radio Network, Mike Penner Baron of the backstretch. Happy to have all of you tuning in across North America on Sirius to Nineteen Xm, two, oh, one on our affiliates in Lexington Louisville, and across the country, and all of you listening digitally. You're doing that on our website at horse, racing radio DOT net. Well the quote, unquote triple Crown Begins Today. And for the first time in the history of the series, the Belmont is going to be run as the first leg. And as most of you know the distance. Has Been shortened this year from the demanding mile and a half test of the champion to a mile in eighth. And keep in mind. At Belmont. That's a one turn. Mile and an eighth race, so a completely different type of Belmont stakes than we're used to seeing. I've mentioned before that. The Belmont has been run. This is not without precedent. The Belmont has been run. At a mile and an eighth two other times in its history, but those were all the way back in eighteen, ninety, three and eighteen, ninety four, so hasn't happened in recent memory. Our exclusive radio coverage of the Belmont stakes here on HR. End Begins at four o'clock eastern today with a thirty minute broadcast the grade, one acorn that broadcast brought to you by Breeders Cup, and then at four thirty. We kick off our network coverage of the one hundred fifty second Belmont in partnership with NBC Sports Audio Network, and that portion of our coverage comes your way from four thirty to six o'clock eastern. It's presented by red brand fence and twin spires, and looking forward to that. coverage coming up later today that show by the way at four thirty, also going to feature the grade one Jaipur, which is a winning, you're
Yewande Komolafe's Nigerian Kitchen
"Right now it's my interview with your. Juande LAFI. She's a chef. Recipe developer, also a food stylist who grew up in Nigeria and now lives in Brooklyn. A recent feature for the New York Times. Come Lafi collected her ten essential Nigerian recipes. She's also the creator of the Dinner Series My immigrant food is which she runs out of her own kitchen. You one day welcome to milk street. Thank you for having me. Let's talk about like us for a second. Could you just give us a walking tour? What does it look like? Where do you see on? The street is a street food. Just give us a sense of the place it's it's a bustling city. It's colorful. It's crowded. There's traffic. There's all kinds of smells coming from the street food there's. A street puffer and ensue. Use the. Grill. Grill beef or goat. Puff puff is the fried dough, but yeah, it's it's very much alive. It's very colorful and actually I I live in Brooklyn right now and live in new. York and that's one of the things drew me to New York has has the city felt alive in the same way that Laos does. If if you and I cooked together, we what are some of the things would learn from you. I think the layering of flavors and spices is. Something that sticks out to me about Nigerian food. It could seem like a lot going on, but they all play very well together and. When it hits your palate, it doesn't overwhelm your palate and I think that in itself is a very specific technique that you can add smoked fish and. Little dried crayfish and you can add Lucas being all of which are really heavy flavors on their own, but you could add it to one dish. It doesn't overwhelm the dish anyway. They all just kind of play well together so I think that the the style in which the flavors are layered. Is a very specific thing. you mentioned in the piece near? Times you had some essential recipes, you talk about the white bread. That was surprising to me because it sounded like kind of wonderful something I mean it is kind of like wonderful. So what's the story with that? I mean so. I gave bread. The name to me is in itself a story, so the name comes from this huge bakery that existed in a very particular part of legos called Ikey, and it was everywhere growing up it was you know it? It would come to your house. House, actually because people would hawk it on the street, and I remember it being just so tender and soft, and it's it's kind of like wonder bread, but it wasn't sliced, and so to get it slice with like a special thing, and I think it's also really heavy because it, it's used as a vehicle for a lot of our soups and stews into that memory to me that like it's this big hunk of read. That's like really heavy just sticks out to me your dinner series. My immigrant food is tell us about the. So my dentist series is something that came out of My desire to explore my cuisine I had always cooked in restaurants I'd never really cooked Nigerian food, and so dinners gave me an opportunity to cook and share Nigerian food, and also tell the story of my immigration story, but also share the story of Other people who have immigrated to this country, so what is your immigrants or in other words? If you were to summarize, which is impossible, the nature of that story? What what is that story? A very condensed version is I I feel like I've always been an immigrant i. was born in Berlin moved back to Lagos with my parents, and my family moved to the US at sixteen to go to college and I've been in the US ever since, but also within that time I lost my. Student status here and stayed on without paperwork, and so I lived here undocumented for about ten years, and so in that time I wasn't able to go back to Nigeria, and now I am I got married, and they've been able to go back to Nigeria and so the dinner started out of a desire to be close to a place where I felt distance from.
"luca" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Due to the graphic nature of this killer's crimes listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of murder and assault that some people may find offensive. We'd vise extreme caution for children under thirteen convicted serial killer Henry Lee. Lucas sat in a stuffy interrogation room. A team of investigators gathered around him. They knew that Lucas had killed dozens. Maybe hundreds of times but now he was cooperating with them helping them close old cases. The lead detective didn't know why Lucas was so compliant. But that wasn't his mystery to solve. He just needed to know he could close his homicide case. A woman who had been murdered in her own bed. Lucas seemed amenable to taking credit. But the detective wanted to be sure. The confession was legitimate so he set up a little test. The detective handed Lucas a crime scene photo and invited him to examine it for several long. Secons the killer studied the details in the picture the rumpled bedsheets the decor the discarded pair of glasses on the murdered woman's bedside table once. Lucas was finished with the photo. The detective pulled out another that featured a group of smiling men and women posing for the camera he asked Lucas. If you could identify the victim once again. Lucas studied the photo intent. Finally he pointed at the correct woman and declared that he'd killed her gladly but detective took the Snapshot Back. There was no way Lucas could have recognized victim from the crime scene photo. He had to have seen her alive right before he killed her. As the detective returned the photo to his evidence file. He failed to note that in the group picture. The victim was the only woman wearing glasses. He just been duped by one of Henry. Lee Lucas. Many false confessions.
"luca" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"My son Luca is currently treated up at children's national in DC so I think it kind of started when I was pregnant I had a lot of really unusual complications when the car was born he was in the new queue for seizures your surgeon said Hey he has water on his brain it's putting pressure on his brain for operating tomorrow be here at eight so we know you can have it sink in I think it was probably after we got off three ninety five in back on a ninety five for it to hit of he's having surgery on his brain tomorrow it was terrifying because you see all the commercials for you know the kids are in oncology and that's what you have built up in your mind and you don't know what you're going to be experiencing when you're going up there and he just wanna make sure it is taking care of okay I'm blasting the fact that I spent fourteen years in the marine corps so I've learned that sometimes you just need to put your game face on in right now in that moment he didn't need me breaking down he needed a strong mom and that's what I was formed he's had two brain surgeries now in addition to that Luka was diagnosed with an ultra rare genetic disease so who's been fighting the odd since he was born he's come out of both brain surgeries now with a smile on his face and I don't know anybody else in the world kid or adult that would do that so as long as Lucas happy I don't care what he does having all the diagnoses that he.
"luca" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"I don't really know this is needed. It's like this hurricane is bad. You should turn around and just think I'm GONNA keep driving. You were for mentioning that show too drunk minimum just it with Lucas di what's going on not even counting the Robo tripping seriously I was co hosting with Andrea Allen which I was honored honor to be in that seat and I was like well. The first time Lucas was on. He basically told us his whole thing like the Robo trip in the seeing elephant in the room the the whole crazy shit I guess we'll just kind of recap and maybe go deeper whatever Lucas your stories are endless wouldn't even get to Robo trip in my talk was on the ground again. I can't even tell you and the thing is is. We ended up deep. I've been telling I told Lucas before the show I asked him a final question which was and this is like the more sensitive part of the show the rest jaw on the floor but I said what is your girlfriend have to look for because basically in case there's trouble again. Well Luca's it's an andrew are telling are talking about how they were shepherds before. How this this symptom of this ISM is that they will be <hes> Shit fuck to you? If you're in the way they will step on you right. I'm not only yeah and here I'm looking at two human beings that like are just beautiful alike reliable dependable fantastic you ask anybody they're like Oh yeah absolutely hire them work with them befriends with them. All the shit sound like how do you and they're both telling me all. That stuff is still in me. I'm just in recovery constantly. I'm doing the work so I'm like okay so you could revert back at any second correct yeah yeah so. They're very calm about this. I'm like well. You're dating someone. How would they know if this is coming back if you just you such a lovely personnel personnel and he blew my mind?.
"luca" Discussed on Inside Psycho
"The following may contain mature content from one very. I'm Mark Ramsey and this is a special bonus episode of Inside Star Wars. I am here with Brian. J Jones Brian is the author of many excellent and popular biographies of some of the best known names in popular culture. He wrote among others Jim Henson the biography about the legendary musketeer Brian's newest book which is available at bookstores and online right now is becoming Dr Seuss Theodor Geisel in the making of an American imagination. It's a mouthful Brian but it's the rain subtitles titles but that one had to work so let's say it's a great subtitle. It's a great subtitle <hes> the reason he's here with us. Today is because of the book he wrote in between those two projects and it was one of my main sources for various parts of inside Star Wars. It's called George Lucas a life. It's an incredible biography really the best of its kind. I'm one of the questions to ask you in fact Brian is that <hes> there aren't a lot of books on George Lucas <hes> it seems to me there are a lot of books on star wars but there aren't a lot of books on George Lucas right there were there were two other biographies of him. Biographies One was written by Dale pollock that came out in eighty three the first time so it was like right skywalking this guy walking yeah right and it's right as jed is coming out and and so <hes> you know it really it because at the time it was written when you go back and look now with Mrs Most of the you know sort of second active his career there <hes> in politics go back and revisit again a little bit later and then there's one more <hes> <hes> Gosh I'm gonNA I can't remember number. It's up by an Australian <hes> so that's that's the only other one out there so there hasn't been a lot of Agassi's lots on the work but none millennium and plenty of little kid biographies interesting. I've noticed that a lot of little kid George Lucas and I am Georgia yeah. There's a lot of kid biographies yeah. No no no books for GROWNUPS. So why do you think that is. I mean here's one of the most iconic personalities in popular culture in the last fifty years and the honors of doing a proper biography will really waited for you. Well probably because you can't get him. I think a big part of it d like Dale pollock had it and pollock's book is a great source to go to for the early days because Luca sat down with him and told him stories of his childhood and so on and Pollock as I think I've even said this to tim personally or in email kind kind of ruined it for the rest of us because after that came out Lucas or devout he was never sitting down with anyone ever again and doing this <hes> so so Lucas doesn't talk with anybody <hes> and so I think that's part of the reasons people haven't really tried to take a bite out of it. <hes> <hes> fortunately may we'll talk about this a little bit later. Fortunately the guy sits down and talks way more than he thinks he does so there's there's plenty out there and work with but I think one of the one of the intimidation factor people's you just can't get Lucas. That's that doesn't bother me but you tried. I did the trial me what that process was like trying to get through to George Lucas so I I had some contact information inside of Skywalker just because I had worked with <hes> in the Jim Henson Booker was an image of Jim Henson and George Lucas Together <hes> because they did labyrinth together gather and so out of courtesy. I didn't necessarily have to but out of courtesy. I just decided I would clear the use of his image so I emailed somebody inside Skywalker so I had some contact information it's either to get that cleared and they signed off on it and so then when I was ready to move move forward several years later with a book by George Lucas I went ahead and started going back through by context I had inside Skywalker to see if I could get something at least in front of him and I did. I got an email that I wrote for eighteen years <hes> <hes> and got it in front of him and I actually did get a no back. <hes> which is I found out. Later is huge the fact that he told me no was was pretty big because apparently he never says anything to anybody but I did get enough and in fact what happened is the response was <hes> and it was through his his people but he said this isn't something he's just shouldn't doing at this time and I just thought Oh at this time. There's there's.
"luca" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"luca" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"From Luca. Productions Luca is Luca Guido, who does a lot of hip, hop, inspired production. Lot of sequencing and processing of sounds also plays the traditional djembe percussion, and piano, and the Goni the traditional loot that you heard in all three of those songs is very prominently placed in the mix. So we're the voices, which get towards the kind of rhythms of hip hop in little while will hear this band, actually giving us some genuine, Molly and hip hop again, in a setting that includes traditional west African instruments, but that song called four at or forest comes from the album, follow by Luca productions before that we heard from the singer and percussionist, HAMAs, some curry and song called bubblegum knee, which featured awful Boca. A well-known Molly guitarist and musician doing a bit of spoken word, the Goni, again, was part of the on samba there. And at the beginning of the set, we heard a song from the Goni master, busico, Koya, Tei, and his band called go nearby, featuring hobby quasi, playing nice guitar solo towards the end of the song called condo, Kalina from seco- karate, and Goni Vaa, and their record called myrie, which is their most recent on this edition of new sounds. We are hearing actually, the new sounds of west African music, where traditional instruments, and rhythms and techniques are married to western instruments, and production and things like that. Up next is we'll go back a few years for this one. Although it's a recent release from USA indoor the great Senegalese singer, his album called history is just that it's a kind of musical history lesson drawn from Yusuf's, long career, and the track, we're going to hear called Kuta features the late great Nigerian drummer, and bag leader, Babatunde Olatunji. So this was recorded probably back in the nineties, but never released. And now it is on this album called history, the great singer Yusuf indoor with. Baba olatunji..
"luca" Discussed on The Morning Roast
"Luca personality wise you spent some time with them he wrote that great piece on them so when i saw him get traded to the mavericks i couldn't help but think about the spurs and how the spurs transition from david robinson to tim duncan and then they tried to do it again with a guy who they thought was similar personality to hawaii leonard and i was thinking if feels very similar in that dallas is trying to bring in another international player in transition from dirk who's been who's been very friendly to the organization contract contract wise and bring in lucas someone that they think could replace him and be that same type of stable peace that's willing to work with organization given what you know about them how realistic do you think that is i think it's very realistic you know the mavs jammed donnie nelson has been internationally inclined guide for a long time right so you can even just set aside dirk and look at his drafting signing history and you see that trend but i loved the fit okay so it was funny there was a lot of talk about the number two pick and the kings and who ended up taking bagley who is the only guy who worked out for them i think amongst the stars which is a whole different thing i think about but you know i didn't love that fit for luca sacramento i don't know if i love that fit for anyone but it's approve them i managed to tough tough place to land guys right whereas you look at some of these teams and it's not about the players you have it's about the system the coaches the philosophy you did her discern organizations in the nba that you'd you'd much rather play for as a rookie and i do think dallas is one of them and i think in particular luca danni rich getting to play alongside dirk who will be a mentor to him pretty much the best set aside international i can't think of a better veteran player to be mentored by dirk nowitzki right just because he's such a kind like wonderful human being so i loved it from a basketball fit as well just donncha jr who has played on and off the ball he's like basically a point guard with the size of a wing to have him in that offense playing for rick carlisle who we know loves using multiple ball handlers alongside denison junior i just think could not have been a better situation for him so when i look at that the trade with him in the hawks the hawks i thought was still an okay fit less of good fit it's really a bet on which player will be better quite frankly him or trey young i can't help but think that dodges better set up to succeed purely because he's walking into that system most important part about dirk nowitzki but he's invited to the cookout coming up we're gonna talk about.
"luca" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Look and luca had just walked away ridiculous name the trend is gifted absolutely nobody knowing who i am so i thought if this doesn't work then it was a dumb idea to begin with a story that feels important and relevant universally relatable and and maybe even has the capacity to help people realize things about themselves then you'd like you have to seize on that so that was the thought process that's a lot of baloney what you just said to me he wasn't treating it any differently than any than any other seen we shot and i guess as an act like a young person's instinct to you kind of look to the two overs guiding you in how they're feeling and he you know he was treating like everything else luca had practice made sure it was something that was possible the only way i'm going to find out whether or not to view sex together is if i was some kind of a clairvoyant when you watch this and see two people purely an organically and without tension or punishment you see men just fall in love with each other regardless of who you're with it will remind you of the first time you've found lover or of your from broken heart or whatever like those things that make us all human that we've all experienced how have you had your y chromosome tested i think that helped that helped free essentially in sexually is that it it's it's never salacious it's another it's never exploited if the those moments serve love story it's not a film about that rageous i have limited patients with.
"luca" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"You are are you better than i deserve what's up okay quick background twenty one a third along service when i got a goal nineteen um anyway i i make a out forty five thousand to fifty five thousand a year and uh robert live at home prophet now that growth carpet i would say uh right now at about thirty five thousand mmm um and i still i still live at home i'm not in both the anything and it kinda wanna know what the next up and go on or ear never any money yeah i've got about five thousand luca gay debt no luca that's good news what are you doing to increase your income i work every day in all that's you're making anywhere and income that's making income i ask what you're doing to increase your income i'm getting it may menu on account that i can every day i've got a couple of companies that i work or that have been phenomenon give me more work um so in it and that starting to grow too so um i i mean to keep finding out more companies and get more work good how how i'm doing i'm just got equipment the to do all this work with yeah and where's the equipment stored or him apparent out oca where you live yet on and um all right the what what are you want to be doing when you're thirty warner forty one well i would lied to keep doing what i'm doing just do it on a on a on a bigger scale you know more about your lawn crew an uh you know do and more different kind of thing like landscaping near gay shannon and you know land god an even balance uh you know things like that and come at you a little bit now but you know i'm donna learning process but a lot if they thought don't want to take on something i don't know how to do yet i wouldn't have to renew or you're going what are.
"luca" Discussed on Countdown
"Cassidy removed his helmet and beamed at parma tano is doing great he informed the ground he's smiling and happy both men knew that was only half true permettant tana was smiling all right but it was not the smile of a happy man it was the smile of a shaken man who knew he had just gotten very lucky good afternoon our body i'm josh violate answers johnson space center in houston texas we're gonna be talking today about the spacewalk earlier this morning by chris cassidy and look the parma tauno outta was ended earlier than planned iwo space in the astronauts formal summary to the ground they would report that at least a leader and a half of water had floated out of perma tunnels helmet when they removed it far more than the drink bag could ever have produced the leak would ultimately be traced to contamination in a coolant filter in the suit causing water to back up into the very vent port the ground had guest was the problem cleaning the filter helped and suit threezero one one would be certified for use again as a precaution however both eva suits would now also be equipped with snorkels running from the helmet down into the chest in the event of a similar emergency spacewalkers would at least be able to breathe ambiance suit air until they could get back and side parma tana would go on to serve his full sixmonth rotation aboard the station returning to earth on november eleven two thousand thirteen he never flu or walked in space again but his next career turn was all the same a fitting one in 2014 he was selected as an aqua not and spent two weeks the following year as commander of the aquarius under see lab off the coast of key largo in florida at no time in a fortnight he spent living fully underwater did he face the danger of drowning again.
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"Repeatedly parma tunnel shook his head to knock the water fail loose than gassed in a quick breath before it collected again as he groped his way along the station trust he also gave his safety harness a yanked it had a recoy l system similar to that of a window blind designed to help real in astronaut in automatically the force of the retraction was a gentle one just three pounds but in the weightlessness of space it would help even that however didn't work quite as planned as the cable retracted spun permettant au upside down that disturb the water that covered his face foreseen it into his nose and causing him to coffin chose then gasping for breath in half blinded by his visor he suddenly became fully blinded as the space station sailed over to the nighttime side of the earth and black his field division out entirely by now luca parma tano was well and truly cut off he could move along only slowly and only by touch he strained to discern the distant intermittent voices of kim bro in cassidy in his saturated headphones and could make out something faintly but could not determine what they were saying there was permettant au new one more option if he could not find his way to the airlock before the suit became flooded entirely but it was not an option he wanted to try his helmet was equipped with a deep pressurization fanned and if he opened its slightly.
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"Do we want to terminate he asked before he even got an answer the flight director made the decision for him terminate eva too he ordered the command was succinct and the word terminate was deliberately chosen in nasa speak the alternative to terminate was aboard both meant essentially the same thing but abort was intended to create a particular urgency and was save for a true crisis which this did not seem to be so far kimbrell heard the call and hailed the crew ben luca just guide based on what we heard with lucas dan they're water and advised now at you'd be increasing we pick ran a terminate eva kate bird easy to so luca will have you head back to the airlock chris will get a plan for you to acquaint banged up here and then join him here in a minute you'll pay dopey all parma tano nodded to cassidy and turn to make his way back to the air law but it would not be easy by now his visor had become almost completely opaque so much so that he had to move more by field than by site as his vision failed his hearing was going to with his headphones becoming wetter and his communications growing spotty by now as well there was enough freefloating water in his helmet that it began abane one of the curious laws of zero g physics with no downward pull of gravity the droplets instead began clinging to his skin and the capillary action caused them to form of film across his entire face including his mouth and nose like a sheet of plastic wrap he could not reach into remove he could drown just as easily wrapped in that layer as he could if the helmet were phil blake officiapl.
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"The second eva took place precisely one week later again permettant au drifted out first again cassidy followed this time permettant au now a veteran to spent less time gazing about and both men went straight to work permit tano headed aft to pick up the work he'd been doing the week earlier and cassidy headed for today however things would not go as smoothly as they had before there's so much to be gain from learning as much as we can about our universe in the world around us that's what the great courses plus is all about this is unlimited access to a library of over eight thousand engaging video lectures learn about anything that interest you from the top 1 percent of professors and experts in america explore topics like astronomy history extreme weather even photography in chess you can watch the great courses plus completely on your schedule stream lectures from your smartphone tablet laptop or tv or download the videos to watch all fly countdown listeners should watch the course experiencing hubbell understanding the greatest images of the universe explore the most all inspiring images the hubble space telescope has captured including newborn stars this stunning sombrero galaxy and many more right now the great courses is offering listeners to count down an opportunity to watch this and any of their lectures free for one month but you need to sign up using this special url the great courses plus dot com slash countdown start watching today sign up at the great courses plus dot com slash countdown that's the great courses plus dot com slash countdown barely thirty minutes into the sixhour walk parma tunnel was jolted by a carbon dioxide alarm sounding in his soon at the same time the corresponding indicator on the epa directors console lynn mission control went off scale high the meaning of the do alerts was ominous and unmistakable parma tunnel is life support system had failed is oxygen flow had shut down and he was about to choke to death on his own exhultation.
"luca" Discussed on Countdown
"Permettant au would get the suit that was catalogued simply as number three zero one want but the impersonal e labelled garment could be personalized to its wearer in at least one small way the american flag on the left shoulder of this suit was velcro it in place rather than sewn and could be swapped out to accommodate the flag of any of this seventeen other countries that had sent astronauts to the station for this excursion the stars and stripes would be replaced by the italian try color after parma tano and cassidy were suited and ready they were sealed inside the stations airlock visible to the other crew members only through a small port hole in an interior door slowly the sea level pressure of fourteen point seven pounds per square inch inside the air lock dropped to just point five pounds the point at which he was safe to open the outside hatch allowing parma tano in cassidy to drift outside connected to this station by safety tethers parma tunnel was the second ranking of the two spacewalkers designated e v two but according to protocol he would be the first out the door he did not know precisely what to expect when he floated into the void but what struck him first and most powerfully was the depth of the surrounding blackness one earth black as a color the darkness you see when there is too little light to be reflected off their surrounding air or objects in space black as an absence but complete and consuming void as photons streaked through a vacuum with no air anywhere to scatter them to the eye the blackness of space is wet nothing look slight permettant au lingered to absorb would he was seen or not seen until cassidy who had taken three spacewalks on an earlier mission and was thus less intoxicated by the view floated out and nudged him from behind mindful of the time they both set to work.
"luca" Discussed on Countdown
"If you knew luca permettant au even if you really light luca permettant au you could be forgiven for resenting his constantly charmed life as a boy he graduated from the prestigious state high school for science in catania italy and went on to get an undergraduate degree in political science at the university of naples then as science degree at the italian academy of aeronautics and then yet another degree in experimental flight test engineering at the institute of aeronautics and space in to lose this ultimately led to a career in the italian air force and by two thousand nine he was selected by the european space agency to become an astronaut and while other rookie astronaut sometimes waited half a decade or more for their first flight by two thousand eleven parma tana was already training for his two thousand thirteen mission to the space station permettant it was going to be among the station's first longduration crew members spending six months aloft conducting biomedical astronomical and other scientific studies he would also have the chance to flow it out on what were planned to be at least two spacewalks over the course of this six months on may thirteen two thousand thirteen perma tunnels journey began with a nighttime launch aboard a russian soyuz rocket from the bike and or a cosmodrome in kazakhstan flying with him that day was american astronaut karen nyberg and russian cosmonaut and commander feodor your cheat get be none of whom.
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"There is almost no way you can imagine to die in space that space won't be perfectly happy to deliver safe one you can drown bad earth is awash in order and plenty of people have met their mortal ends as a result of that hard fact other worlds are equally wet jupiter's moon europa has a deep subsurface ocean sodas does it sister moon callisto and so does the dwarf planet pluto so too must an untold number of the thousands of exsoap planets astronomers have discovered orbiting other stars but the small patches of space that humans have touched the orbital regions around our planet and the arid plains of the nearby moon are utterly dry that ultimately was what made at such a surprise in two thousand thirteen when italian astronomer luca permit tano nearly drowned while orbiting two hundred and fifty miles above the earth it was in near death the american russian and european space programs could have seen coming indeed it was in near death they should have seen coming a lot of people after the fact would say that parma tano himself should have seen it coming to maybe that was true but parma tana was an astronaut and he had a job to do that day july sixteen two thousand thirteen the job included taking a spacewalk there is no astronaut who's ever flown who would say no to a spacewalk so parma tano said yes and out he went and that as it turned out came very close to being the last decision he would ever.
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"Learn what luca is mean luca determinant whatever puts his mind to he accomplishes he also comes off as somebody that's willing to be whatever you want him to be to fit in i mean there he is trying out for i believe that's his try out for a thing called cover guy right now he had done several of these tryouts a he's ultimately turned down for this this tv show or for the cover of a magazine whatever this cover guy thing is but uh you hear him you know any any thing that they point out that they might be looking for the different he's willing to fit the mold he's willing to adapt himself physically and mentally to whatever they need which is definitely i mean you know part of you feels forum in part of you is is sadded that there's individual out there that is willing to spill like hey whatever you want me to be be yeah but he was doing this well before his triumphs out know and this is what we talked about with his persona online that he's creating of himself loydlee has some you know self loathing he definitely has some kinda your body more fiai eat he has a lot of mental issues going on here and we also learned that not only is he constantly changing his appearance with the use of makeup war dyeing his hair changing his clothing um you know he he's always creating he's always changing and adapting but we also learned that he's handsome cosmetic surgeries done as well and we realized this because he does it interview his trying to become a contestant on his show in if you win the show you get cosmetic surgery so let's go to this little clip of a lucamagnana talking about his plan.