17 Burst results for "M. C. B."
"mcb " Discussed on TMV Podcast
"We must come out and openly stunned against the and re we go the whole community together. We were like any the community we did it. Heads in the sand when he came out. We you know we don't the media. We went out. We had demonstrations against them. United the town, and in terms of the. So. Just to clarify, you're saying that the yourself and That you're involved with were as Muslim organisations were coming out in protest against grooming gangs and everything else on the streets of rather I would really the first ever demonstration of this kind, and our whole argument is yeah. People talked calmed rather on the far right come together, because they Pakistani grooming gangs, and because they're doing it in defense, we stunning against people who may have be from our own communities, because that is just justice. Loss of teaches us that you know whoever they are. Know what the that you condemn, so we we we will open on. I will quite radical new quite revolutionary nine when we did it with people from our own community, saying doing like, why are you taking the step and and you know we have condemned by some people doing it. I think the difficulty. Like coming to talking about condemning terrorism, generally an taxon and bad things, and whatever else again the conversation. We had just just yesterday when we were kind of discussing this podcast. One thing that I find difficult. Is when Muslim organizations will condemn things that Muslims have done or people who call themselves Muslim? The example that I gave you an example I'll give now. Is that at the London Bridge Terror attack took place the Westminster attack of remember which one it was Instantly the likes of the MCB were Haroun conduct like a video statement saying Oh. We condemn this attack whatever when the facts went even there and I think what it turned out in. The West Metro Tech. The case was that the guy was mentally ill. There was not even anything linked to. Islam or is the museum or anything of that sort I? Don't know I mean people can can look into the case itself, but there's always dislike knee jerk reaction on our site to be defensive and to kind of own up and apologize and distance ourselves when I think actually like you know. If someone came up to you antidote to so tell me about this terrorist attack I know as much as any job logs on the street about it. You know what I mean. But but. Neither is this kind of defensive mentality and I think what what's interesting. Is that that you you talked about? How not only do you kind of condemn on on this side and and speak out on this side, but then it's also waited on the other side and and there was an interesting case that you mentioned about the. The Rotherham Twelve and again I think this is I was I was shocked? Actually when when you told me about this I hadn't heard about it. You just. Come into something, said I don't tend to them CB. I'M NOT GONNA. I'M GONNA bust. Bussing the. NCP's gets. Be Open with is the the tend to get the historic reputation that takes over the mission is recently. They have done a lot of positive work, but moving pasta I think look you mentioned the Rodman. Will because I think one of the things is like like. I said we know there is a historical, so we've condemned. The groomer's called for the arrest. The police have not been held to account. The social services haven't been held to account, but actually failing these goals. Then you go with fourteen right demonstrations in in less than a year or about a hope that we can recount all right demonstrators. Pushing out spewing far-right hatred in town, and they will openly being allowed to do it now. Mike my question to you. Is The question anybody? Else's imagine if this was Al-Muhajiroun, imagine if these are those groups that you would, class isn't a missile or whatever you want to call it, whichever tunnel term you on a US in these kind of groups, coming out and professing extremely extremely scientists, would we allow them to commit to any town city for fourteen times? Nobody would, but we did in and Moss were Muslim. Women were attacked taxi drivers who attacked one was putting intensive care, and then led all the way down to You know eighty one year old. He was a Yemeni man, simply walking to read fudge in the morning on on on his way to mosque he was, he was literally beaten to death by two people who lived on street for all his life. These same people had lived. Liz. Never decided to attack him, but on this occasion they called him a groomer I'm they murdered him and you have to ask yourself what was happening? What was happening was a far right narrative that was justifying the murder all Muslims their on Muslims and. An all this was happening because of this kind of victory on. Now mostly Norma committed, and it was a terrorist attack, and I think we tend to remember as a terrorist attack it because it was before Joel sadly passed away, and it took sadly a white N. P. to die for the people to realize far-right extremism. Israel and I also say he's not that you know this white privilege. Is You know I don't Cox's death suddenly? Tragic death. You know no justification and nobody. Like a kind of wish, it never never even led to that book. It was his death that lead. Many people took remember for extremism. It was a white woman on channel. Four just like a Muslim woman for them to realize. Oh, mostly women. Receive Islamaphobia but the point I'm coming to this along the show. Was You know mine was murdered? And it wasn't recognized, and therefore we decided as a community that on this occasion we were going to come out, and we came out to demonstrate in them, and the police weirdly said they're going to have zero tolerance towards does even the on fourteen occasions we worked with the we knocked ourselves out from the town dwells reviewer on the receiving end, and when we went to the town center of a broader, we were locked in by the police who are treated like we were the right extremists and we'll let down this alleyway led to. These. Right individuals actually attacking our community twelve bread men actually defended the you know the the our demonstration. These men actually.
"mcb " Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast
"Well, we're back on breakpoint this week new format with my special guest host at stetzer two point. Oh, you're gonna regret ever using that phrase to describe yourself many belts. I now I realize I'm gonna see him, and he's found let me have it for. The job of a journalist. So it goes we'll Mindy is the senior editor at world news group, and you need to follow Mindy Mindy quickly. You do a weekly column. And also you're on Twitter. How can people follow you on Twitter? I met Nick bell MCB Elza and world MAG dot com. I have a column I cut out something called trot. Three times a week. People can Email me at many bells at gmaiLcom or just any number ways. You can reach me through the website to sign up for globe. Trot- come to breakpoint dot or click on the link to says resources mentioned on the radio and podcast and will link at all of these places where you can follow Mindy. And especially you wanna sign up for globe trot-, and what a great transition to move from the kind of the domestic scene to the international scene. And of course, the topic is religious liberty all the watchdog groups Mindy have said for the last several years that that year is the worst year on record when it comes to persecute religious minorities and the degradation of religious. Freedom will two thousand eighteen top two thousand seventeen which topped two thousand sixteen. Are we still on that same pace? Well, it will especially if you're looking at the most populous countries in the world because what we've seen in twenty eight teen as amazing crackdown on particularly on Christians in India and China and also just unspeakable crackdown on Wieger Muslims and China, and those we could only talk about this two. Thanks, john. And we would be talking about a tremendous uptick in the level of religious oppression and violence, in fact, if we look at what's been happening to the church in China, it's been a violent crackdown, and it hasn't just been with Christians too. I mean, one of the stories that came out of China, and you talked about religious freedom is not just kind of our pet issue. Not just protecting our own. But something that applies to everyone. Well, the the China credit? I mean, we have stories of Muslims being put into reeducation camps. Now. Of course, this begs questions about, you know, our immigration policy, not taking seriously people kinda buying into what it means to be an American we know Islam at doesn't always integrate well in the west in that's an understatement with a whole lot of footnotes. But that's a real concern. I mean, this is basically rounding Muslims up putting them in reeducation camps teaching them how not to be Muslim anymore. Are the stories is bad as we've heard. I think that there probably as bad or worse on China is using leading edge technology to track and do surveillance on people like the weaker Muslims in them when they are confined to these reeducation camps that you mentioned there being subject to all kinds of things there were saying mass collection of by metric data, like voice samples and DNA were seen. Artificial intelligence used to identify and profile and track them. These are things we haven't really dealt with before. And we're talking about dealing with it on a scale of one million people. Well, yeah. Well, you also mentioned the technology piece and the restores that came out near the end of two thousand eighteen and I'd heard this before from a number of friends who have lived in China recently, or who currently travel back and forth about technology, not only being used against religious minorities. But really to kinda grade citizens and basically allow them to travel. I mean, this was like the scifi dystopia movie the account of what's happening over there. Basically, if you're a good Chinese citizen, you get Taff read them, and if you aren't than these technologies are going to be leveraged now to dramatically limit for. I just talking about religious liberty internationally and persecuted religious minorities. That's just talking about the crackdown in China on freedom in general, which almost always is related to the crackdown on religious. You don't crackdown on other freedoms and not crack down on religious freedom. They always go hand. Enhancement? They that's right. And I think state surveillance in a hands on afford Tyrian state is really scary. Chilling thing what we're seeing happening across China schools, having cameras installed inside classrooms to record things like shooting facial expression than than to track those throughout a student's life tracking..
"mcb " Discussed on Harmontown
"And what if what if there's a fun character called MCB emcee for measure B? All right, measure B. Yeah. MCB could be the spokesperson, right? The bank. He's the spokesperson of the situation ups the bang now. Good cops probably bad person. He sounds because he's a Bank. Okay. So MCB is our Greek chorus, right more or less. Okay. Because you guys are having a bad situation. And he shows you that there's a better way. All right. All right. All right. So I'm like a customer, and I'm upset with the Bank can my name be Josh Diller. Does. Josh is great. Okay. But I'm glad that's fair. I'm the Bank. Okay. Okay. Now, I want to be someone else. Well, no one. Can I be can I be? Antonio banderas. Yeah. Okay. You're you're actually the second person in month two to to that hell that seems like way to view. He rules. Omar Camacho just just just just expressed a desire to be him. A few weeks ago? All right. Well, yeah. So do I we doing a scene and that it'll turn into kind of Hamilton type musical about financial? I think so. Yeah, financial. Power. So I'll I'll set the scene. Coming yet. Thanks. I think by the way, I think that's my trainer that called out the usury thing. And I think he's on your soak it up look up people yellow things out the primate instincts is like shit. Somebody's fucking kill me. What is he training to do? If you have to ask nothing..
"mcb " Discussed on WSB-AM
"This is perspectives. The show where an examination of our many differences often shows us how much we have in common. I'm tandis Presley, and we are delighted to have three very special guests with us on the radio program today because they're going to give you a little taste. How do I say a little taste because we tested it before we begin our recording today on what you will have an opportunity to experience right here in Atlanta and in DeKalb county October thirtieth through November eight what what are you asking him? I talking about. I am talking about how the international arts foundation presents and celebration of Nelson, Mandela's one hundredth birthday Africa. It means the spirit of togetherness and with us in the studio, we have three key players from this remarkable show that will be presented at the porter Sanford performing arts and community centre. We have Gregory, and Gregory is going to tell me his last name because he wrote it down, and I still can't pronounce it. Right. Gregory tell me. Oh, hi. My name is Gregory and Malas name isn't Michaela. And he is the narrator of the show. And then we have with us bright with another last name that I'm bad because I don't want to butcher it on the radio bright introduced us to your side. My name is Brian maternity. I'm the lead singer, and dancer and then finally last, but certainly never least a young lady who was the lead singer at a lead dancer in the production. Her name is the way. It sounds. Unfortunately, I'm going to trip all over it. But I can tell you that her name means lucky introduce yourselves for all of us. Well, my name is none Kanta followed by the name of MCB Gamay name means like he so everyone welcome to the program. Tell us tell us a story of Africa. Mojo of thank you very much and thanks for having us Africa merge as a solid can use Kaushal that.
"mcb " Discussed on WSB-AM
"This is perspectives. The show where an examination of our many differences often shows us how much we have in common. I'm tandis Presley, and we are delighted to have three very special guests with us on the radio program today because they are going to give you a little taste. How do I say a little pace because we tested before we begin our recording today on what you will have an opportunity to experience right here in Atlanta and in DeKalb county October thirtieth through November eight what what are you asking him? I talking about. I am talking about how the international arts foundation presents and celebration of Nelson, Mandela's one hundredth birthday Africa. More. It means the spirit of togetherness and with us in the studio, we have three key players from this remarkable show that will be presented at the porter Sanford performing arts and community centre. We have Gregory, and Gregory is going to tell me his last name because he wrote it down, and I still can't pronounce it. Right. Gregory. Tell me. Oh, hi. My name is Gregory and name isn't Michaela. And he is the narrator of the show. And then we have with us bright with another last name that I'm bad because I don't want to butcher it on the radio. Bright introduced us to your side. Bright maternity. I'm the lead singer, and dancer and then finally last, but certainly never least a young lady who is the lead singer and a lead dancer in the production. Her name is the way. It sounds. Unfortunately, I'm going to trip all over it. But I can tell you that her name means lucky introduce yourselves for all of us. Well, my name is none Kanta followed by the name of MCB. My name means like he so everyone welcome to the program. Tell us tell us the story of Africa Malaysia. Thank you very much and thanks for having us Africo merge as a solid can use cultural, celebrating Astle.
"mcb " Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Right baltimore county right but you know we're baltimore county is more so than i know what you mcb whatever university of the point is they lost they scored thirty eight points against albany this year they lost by forty two albany so you say it's a big upset it's the greatest upset in the history the ncaa tournament now again virginia virginia was without thirty andre hundred they lost him in the conference tournament right no they actually won their conference tournament champion i thought virginia lost a good player late no they lost him yes they lost the andrea hunter who's their best pro prospect six foot nine versatile inside outside he could play the problem is they played against the team the played small ball and it was a great game plan but this is not a this and by the way you mbc could've won yesterday against kansas state could if they could make chain is my point is that it's a sixteen cbs oneseat and it wasn't a fluke thing they'd be by twenty yeah it was tied game and half and they beat them by saves looked him i said it's never happened before and they won arguably the best league in the country coached by one of the best coaches in the country and they just beat them they were just the better team on that day it it's by any definition the greatest upset in the history of the ncaa tournament and as you have said in that very chair the turnament is all that matters and the term is all that matters and it's the greatest upset in the history of the tournament that's greatest upset by the way i've had a blast watching the tournament the best team i've seen villanova the second best team i've seen duke i'm not sure the third best team is could be kentucky's talent but i don't think they can shoot gonzaga's got good bigs but i do think when i watched villanova duke they the best teams he is doug gottlieb he's gonna show after mine on fox sports radio.
"mcb " Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Ac boca showed dot com five grapefruit league games so far for the yankees five wins in the rookie who won last night's game another nice day today game details from the fans sweeney murdy yell on do our homework for the second straight games the yankees beat the blue jays nine eight in dunedin despite the trade for brandon jury undo are keeps showing off the tools that make him a top hitting prospect this is erin boom got a lot of equipment to do some things so just you know i am sure fun for him to come in and and uh get opted a guy to start he is where he's really slowed about wealth danny espinoza and ryan mcb broom also homered off the roma add to its the eggs were five onoh arun judge mixes spring debut wednesday scheduled a dh against the tigers metz lost to the astros today eight to not a good spring debut for stephen match pistole scoreless onetwothree first did not recorded out in the second chased after allowing five runs a three hits and two walks this is what make callaway saw really good firstinning things get away from a little bit mechanics got away from him just a tad it will probably get a little tired but uh encourage mostly because mats physically is feeling fine mesh reliever anthony swore exact did leave this game with a calf injury selldown undergo an mri after finally getting their first win of the month the nets try to make it two straight beat the bulls in brooklyn last night ended as an eightgame losing streak secondhalf of a backtoback is in cleveland will have it on the fed is 650 devils in pittsburgh the newly acquired several patrick maroon will not be vailable covers that game.
"mcb " Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Who is to go pick up this person's dog take him for like a 30minute walk and then bring it back and they get they get a good amount of money to do that and the person have one of those dog cans installed in their house and the walker came over took the dog outside from maybe two to three minutes brought the dog back inside sat on the person's couch in eight their snacks and watch tv for the remainder of the half hour so busy that's pretty good luck on the job to you know instead of walking somebody else's snags but germany obviously you're gonna get caught when it comes to that but uh give us a call at one eight four four five hundred forty two forty two what's your best slacking off at work story jim year first on this was steve filling in for how he go ahead jim you're our gone good view i you got to sierra leone remarked black and story might slackened story just a little bit front on pocket of our wake the social media of fat phone grammar schools with kids um we get these kids on phones i think your time hampering education i think kids to slackened off and a lot of homework from uh uh a lot of it shows on on the grades in in different areas i think cell phones and uh we'll lap taught ipads go should be all la program just for educational purposes and i think it's thoughts obair and two hundred billion dollar problem now for companies it's going to get worse as you know as technology gets yeah and then as you know is these kids that you know they're used to having near their cell phones in uh you know in the classroom they're gonna be even more you know the mcb trained to bring them into the college dress.
"mcb " Discussed on Science in Action
"Up above four thousand five thousand meters elevation you have glacier capped mountain's and then you also have some very arid areas up in the high andy an amazon regions in the middle parts you have very wet conditions do you have a lotta rivers that are carrying this water off of the landscape these tend to be very steep systems rocky channels fastmoving lots of waterfalls or cascades it's actually quite beautiful of a landscape these are environments that fishes in that region have adapted to over hundreds or thousands of years new concern is they're all burgeoning hydroelectric schemes were actually giving support with they could do some damage to right environment you decide you have to go to camp mcb entering all sure well so my concern is that even though the and in amazon is geographically small in size it place of really important ecological role the majority of the sat a man of the nutrients a lot of the organic matter and water that is feeding the lowland amazon is actually exported from the andes and so you could say that the andes drive the ecology and the biochemistry of downstream systems at the same time there's importance of the andes for some of this species particularly migratory fish that live in more lowland areas most of their life but then move up into and ian rivers for spawning or feeding migrations so the concern is that when you put a dam on an indian river that might trap sediments that might change the hydrology that might block the migratory pathways for some of these fish is the impact extends down way into to the lowlands actually met someone who works with the energyresearch authority in brazil.
"mcb " Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"At that time yes that's what you do you once you hear you like uh in a narrative changes in the linz changes into you look at it different and let's exactly right so now we can go back and look at what we know and make it fit though the plan that we we know right now before we never heard the call i wanted our that he was unhappy that it wanted this really wanted that in one of the things that jaylen brings up there and it's it's goes together with the opportunity dressed in overalls who what we've been talking about since the lakers drafted launchcode even before then in every offseason his who's gonna join with who drago and make a run at golden state who's going to join with james harden who is going to join with kevin durant who in all these different guys quite name never comes on nope the san antonio spurs never come up and i think it's part of what jaylen just said it's this i really want to go play basketball like that door really want to go be a part of an organization like that in look if it's just about winning the answer is yes maybe begets go play with pop you could still play with kawhi and you get to go a run at it because they make a run at it every single year player there's other places i can go that's a little sexier that's not overalls but perhaps something else that i wanna wear and i can still do all these funk wine mcb why is why am i never part of this that would bud me i would be with like they're not coming to me i'm not to go to them yet and that's exactly true more so in the nba dent even in nfl but the nfl is suffering from this same situation look at new england i dare you named the big name free agents like it's you gotta go back to what randy moss and feels like i'll be dillon exactly ah i mean and those guys at those moments having a little wart on their resume of just a little bit like oh randy you don't wanna play a replay oh come on over here will fixed day corey deal you again up their name.
"mcb " Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show
"Hey espn i'm jack and our miles from the daily zeitgeist a daily comedic news podcasts that answers the question what stephen a smith spoke at a normal volume and his opinions were based on fact and not completely insane this probably isn't the best way to scrap no you just negated the two things stephen a smith is known for okay would've the daily show was hosted by us yes but who his us okay i'm jack i'm the cofounder of crack dot com and our miles i love soccer and give very nervous when on pulled over by the police is also a former lobbyist who quit politics for comedy yeah yeah will look we covered news the president and pop culture and we're both very big sports fame actually named after my grandfather legendary nba coach and espn alum doctor jack ramsay oh yeah wom named after miles davis the legendary heroin addict who is not my grandfather so searched the dailies ikea iced if you don't know how to spell zeitgeist like most of us just type in dailies z it'll figured up for you on apple podcast spotify or wherever fine podcasts are given away for free okay hope everybody's gearing up here another week for those of you selling our excuse me celebrating christmas some of you are celebrating christmas because it feeling so much w we'll cain time straight talk brought you biceps rate taught wireless phones best network no contracts okay so here's the deal we've got ryan clark this hours gonna join us 130 eastern we'll get to this jerry richardson story but i don't want to lead their i wouldn't lead they're probably even though he's being i don't know what's will on he selling the panthers a story came out he seems a tad sketchy uh but will love will leave it at that right now we're you do though later cas clarke has intimate stop where he's he's been above jeff saturday negotiate against mcb it i just don't wanna start there will lentil on right all right i think the right the right move in producing a show today we can do a little bit on the seahawks cerruti has the best nfl question he's put into the show producing wise the entire football season it's a great question will do that atop the next hour are we have some internal stuff that i definitely want to hit on later this hour biggest.
"mcb " Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"I'll tell you more sold with your love scene of spy designed to go to strike nowhere in asia let's does he really silly reason not to want to go to australia it not how things are we said this on i mean there are enormous of a very old friend of mine actually moved to her husband works in sports who does different dube the gulf i don't really understand sports midday things with that tournament's of gulf from basketball nine they ended up moving to a strata and she says the the emphasize the spine has all the allenton that because they're not used really are not all in line with us final sleeping maintain and came out as finance mile ridic affirmed by not suffered from insomnia for a good good spell out today and he he's know you know isn't aktuna a musician has rubber he used to golfing rock music and then all of a sudden realize they solving it ryan for nine hours enron album i'll aim yeah there was a phenomenal staff is ready good stuff he actually wrote some one album which was i think he was called music for insomniacs mealy yeah an afternoon some writing and went up in a way can the nine stuff again how's that peace is right when you look back lament you know if you give it he's a bit match yes yeah it's a bit absurd for it may be that works on tonight what mattered i sometimes think you have you wake up in the night of if you have a notebook probably a better or anything useful something down always dreaming on jutta com and the mcb your box recovered isolation ego was thou now why was a hysterical how is a crime economic sanctions that were head at how and what does that mean yeah pound event something the time so much diatribe down.
"mcb " Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The field matters still getting big blue responses coming to the two players who anonymously hammered coach bed naqady on wednesday in the mcb mac it'd be said if anyone needs to vathi scattered opendoor policy justin fowler said quote be a man had put your name on it unquote pugh and jonathan casillas are expecting to play sunday though both were limited abc this yesterday the jets will play at tampa bay sunday running back match porch ruling in his search surgically repaired right knee being the legal wrangling continues the dmz go elliot bagged federal appeals court denying the cowboys ragbag nature for a stay of that sixgame suspension barring a lastminute maneuver elliott will sit out sunday's at atlanta buyers did not football russell wilson crew two tucked japan bean embassy hawk shot down the cardinals 2216 approving gdixh and three however kgb richard sherman left with a likely season ending ruptured these adrian peterson just twenty nine russia yard farage doughnut now four and five the next toward both uh uh the courts tonight on the road against the trail blazers the here on the beginning at five ocoee make it four straight losses for the devil's ford with sixteen edmonds of winning doc threetwo dropping the devil's two nine four two but at one point pushes them into a tie for the metropolitan division uh ryan boil it drew staffers gda with twenty nine saves knows schneider's been repeatedly saving get tries bills or again in they can negative larder on in though we need to what's good for you also this morning progress has told member foils goal was his first as the devil's and his first underwent cancer treatment the rangers an.
"mcb " Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"It's not what they thought was it oh we're just gonna put that t in the air and we'll get all album now you didn't get caitlyn t for kaitlan this trump not transgender plus transgenders a big umbrella that includes anybody who's ever put on a dress ideas and so you know which will include me then giani you ever want to dress social media so you know just on saturday nights but i mean as it made me mad guide oh no i was an allmale beauty palette bajen and came in of i've told you the story i'm not going to more you a game but i came in second first runnerup first runnerup in and i have my picture took with bobby batista you remember her the mirror her issues on scene and where she now i have no idea where she was at channel five and rally at the time and she came in mcb been and it was put on by the jc and it was a fundraiser event and um you know they asked me if i would participate and i said sure and so next thing you know i'm an address singing onstage and i got beat by a dwarf who was pantomine in half the way while standing on a stool with the long dress and you didn't know it was a dwarf until after the song was over he pantomine half the way and then lifted up his dress and jumped off the stoop picked it up and ran off stage and brought the house down i mean hey how are you going to compete with it you can you can't could be within and he was another movie under the rainbow or whatever was with chevy chase you remember an esa you can see him in the bar seen as chevy chase or somebody walks by and he's at the bar and he turns around and looks at him and that's it yeah movie star m of glory oriented marta and that was movie star osceola abloy at went to the to the pictures show the see him unbelievable so yeah i want to dress the timer to what is the time i don't make a habit of it so that made me transgender am i in mi and the letter thing i mean you you.
"mcb " Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Wall it's definitely a lot tougher we don't think you're offense could pick you up i think we've seen the the worst at matt moore has to offer this year an and i i do because we see it i mean i'm said it like he's got this stuff as far as the velocity but it's the location and when posey's sets up up and then he throws it lohan away or or vice versa i mean to me that's got nothing to do with ron support that's got to do it you're not putting the ball where you need to and he lacks control at at inopportune times but i i mean you could say that across the board for this team doug these pitchers are up against it because they aren't getting the run support so it's the old chicken and egg scenario you know kind of what came first yeah and you know what it this time of the year with the type of record we have the mcb young guys over bringing outcome stuff it's certainly not a time the part of thermometer engaged use you know pitching ability or anything i think it's just you know it took away fees and right now on our air to save you guys are personal s but and then you know what to can't commend him just dominate you know the programs that the problem with that dog is in and i agree i mean obviously i think everybody that's watching of giants baseball in 2017 knows that this is a throwaway here the problem is you can't go into 2018 in just hang your hat on that well it didn't go away in 2017 so embarrassed at the same cast of characters because then if you're in twenty then you lose seasonticket renewals then you become you become a losing franchise and when you culminate the second half they had last year where they had the worst record of major league baseball and now they've been one of the worst if not the worst team in in baseball throughout this entire season you just you simply have to make changes and it's not going to be a mattis and bumgarner it's not going to be a johnny cueto unless he chooses 'opt out or they can get a trade partner it's probably not even going to.
"mcb " Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"In on the maher's baseball at me said it come in here when three out of four azzam mex we're happy fightback on another off today than host the reds on tuesday and the yankees traded rob rafts to to the blue jays for first baseman ryan mcb room a successful match homestand ends on a down note we get that story from the fans ed coleman match chapman snapped the to all time with a solo homerun of the seventh inning and oakland hung onto which the mets three two two sunday at city field snapping new york's fourgame win streak marcus semi in and chris davis is 28th also homered for the as michael can photos nineteen told run and that rbi ground up by jose reyes accounted for the mets runs rafael montero went seven innings and pitch well again but they'll the one in seven with the loss daniel gossip picked up his second win santiago cassia his sixteen save the mets finish their home stand six and four and embark at a 10game west coast trips starting monday in san diego vinyl again oakland three mets to be jake agrout against the padres clayton richard tonight on the scoreboard in the nl the nationals dumped the dbacks six to dodgers got past the braves in ten five to four reds double the marlins six two three the phillies knocked off the brewers six two three and knocked milwaukee out of first place the brew crew now percentage points behind the division leading cubs who won their eighth in the last nine games last night five to three over the cards rockies pasted the pirates thirteen three padres five giants to america league angel's the red sox three to the rangers completed a sweep of the raise six to five auriol's nine to seven on the ask zack britain notched his american league record fifty fifth straight save for baltimore indians made it a sweep.
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"Believe probably do i guess spain some sort of a sop issue in very wasn't actually shot yeah but like maybe had like some kind of a brain or something like that was basically created release from that date now so i mean what it is kinda wrap it up look like relief right now the one that everybody looking at they'll try to figure out of he's gonna be okay um after that complicated surgery got on app so you talk about the the hip surgery that's where he a shot i know adjust flake was on this morning with the mcb remigio and flake ran out there the outfield as soon as the shooting stopped in and try to administer some first aid in the way fora emergency first responders to show so i guess over thoughts and prayers will continue to be with those individuals it didn't take very longo jones of course you're washington you see this happen all the time it didn't take very long for this to become politicized and and i and i have to ask did the did the did the partisanship begin with the politicians are to the partisanship begin from the constituents who took to the internet's who then gave permission the politicians are maybe we see a combination of both what what was your observation on them me maybe it with a combination of both but you know it so striking because this uh charity bait ballgame the congressional baseball all match that that it happens every year uh democrats verses republicans i mean guard gop the event it fell is a rare moment of i get partisanship or bipartisanship where you have republicans birth the democrats and in the the moment leading up to the game which is now going to go on tomorrow night during a practice session with republicans is when you have this shooting take clay in so you you think though it ever a moment and to stop party bickering it would be now or fingerpointing in and you would have a crime mendon upward carry the the the stop doing that with the with the game that supposed to happen tomorrow as i agree it would be a lung paul ryan tried to do a little bit that dini when he came.