18 Burst results for "Magazi"

Tracey "Africa" Norman reflects on the start of her legendary modeling career

LGBTQ&A

04:36 min | 3 months ago

Tracey "Africa" Norman reflects on the start of her legendary modeling career

"Something that i think is so interesting and special about. Your story is the number of times throughout history that someone has been outed and lost everything. We don't know their name. History doesn't remember them. Are you surprised how well known. Your story is and has become from the very beginning. I've been shocked about it. And the interest that has grown to wanting to know my story in the beginning. It's been overwhelming but i'm kind of Not getting used to it. But it's still surprises me. I mean i have a long list of reasons for why i think your story is special and why still telling it but i just wonder how do you think about your impact and why it matters. I because of A lot of the girls like me or now in front of the cameras. Like on television and writing singing and modeling. And they've all congratulating me by being the first but to be clear. I never identify with transgender. The term always identified as being a woman. I say yes so. I i i mean i understand the reasons why they are advertising that they're transgender in my generation. I couldn't oh so you're saying that back then you could not use the word but you're not saying that you don't identify as trans now. Is that correct yeah. I don't i identify as trans. Always have done a bite as a lot of being a woman. Oh i see. It was new york mag and The london times and mary cliff south africa That put the word trans and attached it to my name. I i mean. I am publicity for it and the interest that it that it drummed up but i made that very clear in every interview that i never identified as trans but as far as getting interest that it drunk i totally get that allow because i consider you an icon and trans history. And so i've actually never heard that you don't identify as being a part of the trans community. Yeah i mean. I i understand where you're coming from so i mean i don't have the people using it. I'm just saying me personally. I've never identified with the word tran or or being tran. I guess because of the time difference. And and i didn't grow up around gay people. I only had women around me still being shy child. I mimic my so after women. I've watched how they talk converse with each other having wall cavity that you know. I was just enthralled wink. Femininity of of a woman. And that's what i wanted to be. Oh i see so when you were outed. I believe it was was it. One thousand nine hundred eighty nine hundred seventy nine. Yeah it was a time for acid magazi- route so your outed in your professional life so then also transferred over into your personal life as well my in my professional life the date in my personal life not per se because Not my mother was always there. I've been her her oldest daughter since i was born. She always knew that she had a special child. She was mind. Remind me of that. In fact our conversation would either be in the car or we're walking the dog together or meeting at the dinner table laughing and joking. She would just stop and periodically. Tell me her words would be tracy you born before your time and all of those years. I never understood what that meant. Until until i was reached out for my story and when clairol's me to another three year contract then i realized what my mother meant by that because by that time the other trend girl were out in themselves and the reason. Why because that prevented anybody to have a secret hanging over their head. Which i did so that gave someone power over me.

The London Times Mary Cliff Tran South Africa New York Tracy Clairol
"magazi" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

05:13 min | 6 months ago

"magazi" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

"Near. Follow the jets. He's on and limo was set up sticky on ni. One neely idiot off and then morla was set up. Ghani unselfish sticky a knee Auto mean d'amato that does the lab work your sticky. Neil those metals toast. Why no fan sticky long woven in off on me as evil. Coordinate look the against. he's still fairly boras nipping. Jetton efi vcr to look here on early. Some fairly fina campbell. Hit the some windy gap by the fm suara. Funky islam jerusalem. Jd love more venero. They'll was one dollar. Went up at any and brad. Krahn malahide on began diane mississippi. I'm wondering are kinda deal by the campus at an engine bendigo. But the end and under how birmingham again pregnancies in williamson will and when they get by 'em top plan our land or multiple must build their billy han demanded by the end deborah cassamba adult tommy magazi- when because somebody will do. It could mammalian marie monday. Repeated neon tummies said the talk and i Really hand than bruce and doers data. Without poverty de sociale media take lonzo records and billy then and teamwork metairie moderator day. And jeremy william campo son cut canola belowsony lands and the land eleven less..

billy han jeremy william campo morla d'amato diane mississippi Neil Jd Ghani bruce brad deborah cassamba birmingham williamson tommy magazi
"magazi" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

05:13 min | 6 months ago

"magazi" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

"Near. Follow the jets. He's on and limo was set up sticky on ni. One neely idiot off and then morla was set up. Ghani unselfish sticky a knee Auto mean d'amato that does the lab work your sticky. Neil those metals toast. Why no fan sticky long woven in off on me as evil. Coordinate look the against. he's still fairly boras nipping. Jetton efi vcr to look here on early. Some fairly fina campbell. Hit the some windy gap by the fm suara. Funky islam jerusalem. Jd love more venero. They'll was one dollar. Went up at any and brad. Krahn malahide on began diane mississippi. I'm wondering are kinda deal by the campus at an engine bendigo. But the end and under how birmingham again pregnancies in williamson will and when they get by 'em top plan our land or multiple must build their billy han demanded by the end deborah cassamba adult tommy magazi- when because somebody will do. It could mammalian marie monday. Repeated neon tummies said the talk and i Really hand than bruce and doers data. Without poverty de sociale media take lonzo records and billy then and teamwork metairie moderator day. And jeremy william campo son cut canola belowsony lands and the land eleven less..

billy han jeremy william campo morla d'amato diane mississippi Neil Jd Ghani bruce brad deborah cassamba birmingham williamson tommy magazi
"magazi" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

05:32 min | 11 months ago

"magazi" Discussed on ExtraTime

"I just. I just love the fact that we share those our feelings, our emotions and it's it's not censored a feel like we can be who we are and talk you know in state. What we think is really going to happen I love the fact that you guys are. We have great chemistry and I love being part of the show, so. I haven't I. Just haven't spent enough time on show to say man. This moment really resonates with me and you know. Give me a couple more years and I'll say I'm ready to go. Let's do it. This month this show was off the chain. This was but as of now I just. I look forward to every Monday because I I really enjoy Sit with you guys talking about the weekend. It's a lot of laughs men. We're happy to be back talking about soccer. To of course, Melissa's back coming on July. It's about a month to. A week three weeks maybe even to start breaking that down as I said, greatest team of all time is GonNa. Come back on Thursday. Kevin Durant Guy. Base right now. As, we can get him to coming on extra time. I'll get Josie on. I'll get on if you want to answer right now, I. Okay. Yeah so look if you have memories cinema. Wayne greatest team of all time, but he was off by show. Exempt telling the call back on Thursday good. We're good. We're right here on Thursday with them or Mondays. He wants to do Monday to Magazi- are of course have been other podcasts. March to the match with Jona. Thomas Jefferson. Doyle was a classic back in the day than I. Shot came in, but right now our sister park to call up. Dan Hayek in the House we respect and high I was actually going to make Dan hi, produced each during the two thousand fourteen World Cup Dave just went. And he was down there for work. I'm pretty sure it broke Dan. Hi, complete spirit to do. I want to say that's one of the casualties of this show, but respect to Dan Hayek for doing that. I've been from that moment on. Proceedings have an epic life that I wish that I. Go Sir. Yep Yep Seven PM. On Tuesdays on Youtube Sasha question is the guest this week so to go tune into that and if? But. Since we have march matchup can I just throw. This is one of those things I'll always remember around Joel inflaming them on whenever I get an opportunity, GMC spines signs bashing drink all I think on a Tuesday or Wednesday so we haven't done a show yet or maybe I didn't work for me. I don't know so. I listened to March the because I was so excited I love Giovinco and doyle comes on, and it's cold water for fifty five minutes. How can you say he's worth it? He's not that good is ten times better than Javier Morale's. This is a ridiculous signing. The fact that people can't is euro snob garbage now's like word. This guy is wrong. A couple. On, that one man go drink lived up. Get agree with that. That was one of my favorite marriage match moments. If you have any of our bad takes from the past feel free to bring those as well because you know, we love the revel in those moments. those are always fun in our I guess. My favorite two shows of the year are the prediction show before the year and the show when we revisit the predictions after the year, and half the just roasts ourselves with Wanda won't. Hey I can't never live that. Them said it'll never go away. Let's talk about soccer. Though MLS is back tournament July. Eight kicks off. You Watch the draw last Thursday one of the most nerve racking moments of Charlie Davies lives..

Dan Hayek Doyle Kevin Durant Guy soccer Wayne Dave Joel Charlie Davies Josie Melissa Wanda Thomas Jefferson Magazi Javier Morale Giovinco
"magazi" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"magazi" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"I'm Dave Rubin and this is the Rubin report reminder everybody to subscribe to our Youtube Channel and click that notification bell, and joining me. Today is an ex police officer and CO founder of the black. Movement random tatum. Welcome back to the Rubin report. How are you doing Dave Magazi- again? I'm good I'm good. Thanks for joining US I. Know This is last minute, and you are stretched a million ways because everything going on right now, so for the people that don't know you. We're GONNA. Link to our original interview down below, but can you just do like a couple minute? Brandon tatum one. Oh, one by your childhood, and what got you into policing, and then out of policing, and then we're GonNa obviously talk about everything going on right now. Okay, cool I. I grew up in Fort Worth Texas. I grew up in a split home. Daddy wasn't together, and they didn't even know their parents, or at least their their their fathers, and so people would project it I would have a certain outcome in life. Maybe I wouldn't be successful, but see that wasn't true. God had a plan for me. Even though. My parents were foster to be the best that they could do. I ended up getting arrested at eight years over smoking marijuana in a vacant House and my dad had us. Very Stern is strong conversation after that incident, which led me to want to get into sports and want to do the right thing from that point moving forward all American football player I played college football at the University of Arizona, and after the NFL didn't work out for me I. needed a job I needed to career, never thought about being a police officer a day in my life, and I signed up because I needed some money. I needed a good career and. I did a ride along with the police department. Because I have to figure out what the heck am I going to actually do if they hire me and after I, did a ride along..

Dave Rubin officer US Brandon tatum Dave Magazi Youtube NFL football Fort Worth Texas marijuana CO founder Daddy University of Arizona
"magazi" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

13:02 min | 1 year ago

"magazi" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"It's that excitement. I got a question for both of you. Since your daughters around the same age have you really thought about what the next level of their lives going to look like for you. Ah because right. Now you're in the middle and just GONNA fly by in the next year. So are you really looking forward ahead of time to see because for me. I'm I'm listening everything you said. I used to enjoy those moments as well. But my daughter's about the B twelve but. I definitely get a tax every morning so everything that I wouldn't get from CNN. I still get it anyway. Yeah I get that interaction with her in the morning before she go to school. She texted me data. Love you. I have a good day those type of things I would love. That made me feel so good. Does every morning I love to peak right F. L.. That's which all about to embark on and walk into so so it's going to be Even better communication and then when you see him just GonNa take the life out of you. You already know because I'd be missing something sometime when you're not around you feel holding unless you feel you know like it's like the biggest the biggest fear that I have is that you know like shoot. She'd one day because I because me and her mom don't have a great relationship so my biggest fear is that one day she's GonNa wake up and just start listening to her mom but every everybody is like that ain't never going to happen you know because it's all about what she sees in love you pull them out the love you pour into it. It's not about the outside. It's about the inside. Absolutely yes Sir personal circle and it's that's so that's why I try to keep you know. Rather be hurt because my her circles big. She's gotTa village here. That's why I came back to Michigan. Beautiful Man you know. I can't do it all all of my. I still haven't learned in my life yet. Not only that you might work long hours doing this. You might need that coverage and you got to support here to do that happened it's like with my mom. You know my mom's an amazing woman absolute so it's like the lessons that she's instilling tour to you. Know these are life lessons then power. You know you're GonNa have forever you know there's like the life lesson she taught me. It's like I can teach my daughter but it's better coming from the original and I can just drill it in your Magazi- legacy well we have done without our grandparents legacy. I can't even imagine what we done without our moms definitely most definitely draw strong black women. Shout out to all the mothers out everyone. Thank you all for Your sacrifices. Your patients understanding when he comes to us and allowing us to grow and evolve from some mistakes that we made. Thank you very much. We appreciate jaw to fill one hundred hundred one hundred. Because I'm telling you like growing up up you don't think about you know the single MOMS. You know you to see him and you know that's just something and it is the way it goes down you know like there's they're single MOMS in this world old but you never stop and ask why you never stop and ask how they're doing. Sometimes you know you don't you. Don't look at that big picture. You know so looking picture as an adult when you're doing it yourself. It's like Dang you know mom I love you because you know real talk especially especially me. I was too when I got a little older when I hit them teenage years like God I thought I was better than sliced bread. You know no don't know my my my older smaller size. Now it's it's it's a journey of what they go through with. They think they know. Oh and you know what I do for a living is impact lives. But you can't get through to y'all songs is it's frustrating hurts but You know when you got trust and faith in a support system everything is GonNa work yourself up there. But it's tough takes time and I need to hear that. Say it again. It takes time okay. Surprise takes time you know like I say honestly man. I didn't listen at all because it's like everything like it's a build up some a mom told me all this stuff through all these years but it's actually taken as as as coming from a young cat you know you're putting yourself in those shoes and you have to put the pieces together from the past. It's like building a mental puzzling. Your mind throughout the years. And that's why they say time changes everything time heals all wounds you know because with time comes knowledge and with knowledge comes power. But you gotta you gotTa work to get your own power. Our in order to move forward powerful Brennan's powerful man this is learning l.. You from the heart because I swear you know. My Mom taught me so so many live in my grandma. My mom you know they tell you these things growing up you know. Listen you don't care but the most powerful thing in the world one of the most the plant that see the seed and you started listening to it later on and now you develop an using it now. Execution Execution Story is similar to mine so not know who my biological father is. Yeah I just started early to. You are listening in those things because I was upset and I really not a deal with my emotions so it turned into anger over time and not being able to get rid of it just grew to any of the two so when I have my boys I see versions of me inside of them in different versions of my life. My oldest son is MIATA way through. You WanNa learn everything the hard way. You have the same thing that you did him. I tell him to say he's walking into doors that I've introduced him to a he just doesn't realize then my younger so he reminds me of of me as I'm older. He's lay baggy smart We do the same thing. We played basketball Plan for southlake right now now in his second year but he just reminds me of the good side of me as I got older and I grew a volved and I realized that as I said back now and I get a look at it in his whole totality some of the things that I could have done differently instead of Miki myself I share with them. These are some of the things that I could have did it from me and this is why I love this guy right here because he has a structure that he comes from his family as a close knit circle and is there's been married forty nine years so for me. I'm still learning from him off. Someone experiences that he's been through a having father definitely blessed most definitely. Oh Yeah uh-huh definitely true. Bless the see what they go through see what they went through and still here and still poor not the knowledge. And I'm I'm I'm taking the seats implant and elsewhere and I'm using it later may not sow coup for. That's just not a pro. I'm so so guys man I'll give you stuff like that and he gives it to you but it's not only for you because I'm learning somebody's saddle. Lay everything parents say you know. Nobody does US and a lot of that. I get from both Ado. Hit strong be too powerful. Believe in God been through some turmoil came out of it. Love to help others. And that's exactly what I love to see my mom My mom is real big in the church and things like that too and I you know for a while I was you know. And it's it's every into simlisafe's closed-doors. Okay so I changed and I. I don't know I just I WANNA put my faith in the myself. You know I still believe I still love you know and I'll teach H my daughter. You know like hey you know these. This is the lessons that you need to know. You know the Ten Commandments. You know like no some of these stories because they are stories from in the past but all they are stories to empower and better yourself. You don't necessarily have to believe every message you know and people tell me. I'm wrong for that Abedin. John Yourself it's just to know it's like stories to no it's not it's like the Odyssey you know like it's it's just it's just a story from the past that is held on a higher standard because it's because God God's work but who is God God is God as you got me me. God is in everybody. He's in everything around us so it doesn't matter if you go to church it doesn't matter what you do is if you turn stone he's there you know you you flip flip a quarter. What are you find them? Just depends on what you do. Are we setting Apocrypha now tale now but you know like I. It's just that's that's the teachers. Teach my daughter you know and I know her mom. Her mom feels the same way so we teach that to our daughter. Because you know like I want my daughter to know that she's powerful. I wanted to know that she has her life lessons. And I wanted to know that there is something out there that has given her energy. And that's given her positively. You know rather be from church rather it be from the mosque rather be from the synagogue. It doesn't matter you know you get to choose that yourself as you grow the older I want. I want my daughter to knows she has choices. You know. I'M NOT GONNA force anything down her throat. I'm GONNA teach a little bit about everything you know because it's information you know the information that we give our kids you know it. It teaches them. I'd rather know the information about the entire world rather than just the United States the real world is it really is. It's big the more we prepare our kids and empowered him. They can be more successful. And I think that the consensus for all of us is we are designed to serve and I listened to stories and everything your mom. Yup You what we do. We naturally just designed to serve an understanding that you can be able to build a foundation of something that is beyond you so all of what we do in his guys work and Kim spoke about church and autos things but you not always mentoring in a church and most of the people that needed are not an insurance church. So how do you got to be able to get to them. Eleven streets so yeah we have to be able to work together collectively to be able to help each other but everybody and the resources that we built along his journey are helping us to grow and evolve to something guy has for us that we have no idea could beat his massive. Your and we spoke about this. Our businesses grown so much over for the last year and a half two years and opened up doors and introduce US phenomenal people that we would have probably never met but it was meant for us alone he it was designed so going into two thousand twenty we have a lot of things on our plates great partnerships. Some very good things going on that what we have to be able to share and empower and give back to the community to let them know that they're not alone for your daughter we gotta give him some choices choices when we give them that information then we see what they can do it at. Yes yes and it's all about resources man you gotTa have all the resources available for your children because you know growing up. We all struggle no matter no matter what what type of way no matter what day it is. We're all gonna struggle especially when it comes to like school. You know so like like I. I really appreciate some of the resources that we found to help with some of the kids around the city off you know but the biggest resource that I can say that children need is that foundation. You know that mentoring because all of all of us as kids we don't have that foundation especially coming from a strong black man you know and being a young black man in the city you know you need those resources in order to grow in to see the other side because you only see one thing sometimes and it's like seeing on the other side like man look at where these guys came from. Look at how they talk. They got two times focused on three times focus. And I'M GONNA go ahead and beat everything touch. Yeah actually we're both of you said in two thousand nineteen. The most important thing that happened for me personally. That just lit my fire. Even more is the impact that we had individuals the making a difference impact. We had on these kids which their parents just amazing. Tell me about a family man amazing We got a nine zero. I've lost his mother in two thousand sixteen father got lighter charade am in prison. He's just such a bright kid. Bright Kid special. He has grandmother takes care of what is seventy one years old. Oh Wow so we got connected. We do want women to earn as well so we due to one one mentor with him and other kids as well. He's just so bright he knows what's going on and he still has that. Bright attitude so at nigh hi at nine years. Oh so.

United States CNN Michigan basketball Magazi Brennan simlisafe Abedin John Kim southlake Miki
"magazi" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"magazi" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"It is my it's bizarre weekend. My Kids Kim. I haven't seen my daughter in a month at so I'm wondering is there a wedding that you were not able to attend at any point in your life where you have deep regret that you were not able to attend <hes> no. I've done pretty well on weddings I. I don't think I've missed anything major. I mean good friends of mine. Got Married and I hated to miss him and the others and sons of friends of mine at this but I but we all understood that there were things in the way the world series or something else so. I don't think anything has ever happened where I said God. I can't believe I didn't you go to that. I think I've done pretty well wedding. 'CAUSE I consider them to be really important Tim. I want your top. Three Hors d'oeuvres served during a cocktail hour a good question. Oh God <hes> well welcome. Only I mean I like <hes> chicken on those little skewers does the signature one there to him that I hope you <hes> you put in here. I hope so you have to and I love crap balls or whatever they're calling. What I was thinking? Keep in mind. He's a Maryland Guy crabcakes and football. That's Maryland does but how about the mini hotdogs to pigs in a blanket is to go to yeah. I I like them <hes>. I've never had a cord dog another thing that has to come off my list things. I've never done why love hotdogs I love. I love all that <music> together. I would love it. I've never had a corn dog to have corn dog and then wash it down with some flawn. That's what you need yeah K._F._C. right down here. Miami love it. That's Great Tim. Can I ask you a quick way with Tim. With all the major storylines going on baseball I have to know what is your pit bulls name <hes> Tito so <hes> Tito's rescue dogs so his name was Tito when we got him so we kept it of course I told Tito Francona the hilarious manager of the Indians that we've got a dog and his name is Tito and he naturally reflexively said I bet he poops all over the house static yes yes that's when we got up and he still does and so we have to dog Magazi- other ones <hes> rescue dog bulldog. Oh God there's to the greatest dogs that all right Jimmy Fund segment. We will have a great weekend. We'll speak the next got it. Okay guys see. Here's a little you'd going on here with Odell Beckham Junior and Eli manning that I that I five pretty interesting..

Tito Francona Tim Maryland Tito Odell Beckham Jimmy Fund Eli manning Miami baseball football Magazi
"magazi" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"magazi" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Chris talking about today it when you listen to the show, what are you hoping to get out of it? That's my question to all of you. When you listen to other shows, what are you hoping to get out of it? And we had a client in that basically told us that his adviser his broker is not listening, and it's actually the second one in two weeks that we've had that had substantial a lot of money, but they weren't listening and they wanted they wanted to change they wanted something that's going to give them the guaranteed income. They did want. It wasn't a lot money that they needed Chris. But they had the money, but didn't know how to plan and when you. I sit down and talk about the Maggie plant from a tax standpoint from an income standpoint from an investment standpoint from the legacy from a Roth, and it goes on college planning. Then if you don't have that plan, then that's your first problem. Would you agree with that? And you know, need to design a house design, your financial house doesn't matter. How big it is. Or how small it is? It doesn't matter. This is your money. And that's why when we hear other advisers say you have to be the first five, callers or you have to have two hundred fifty thousand dollars to invest think about that from that who they really focusing on them or you it's pretty much them. They don't care. They just want to focus on people over two hundred and fifty thousand but again for us. It doesn't matter how big or how small your houses need to design your house that you wanna live in. You know, you wanna make sure you have a strong foundation. Meaning that if the market goes down, you have protection, you don't wanna have a Wimpy house where there's a nice wind out there and just blows it away. That's why we talk about piles of money your piles of money that you currently have with your phone. K with your brokerage account. You know, they solidified do they have a foundation they just wouldn't be or they strong. That's what we talk about magazi- advisory financial group, creating your financial house. We can show you how to protect your money. Save more in taxes and make sure that your money does what you wanted to do and to add to that we have an approved IRS tax plan. It's called a supplemental income plan. We have it. We have it at Maggie tax in the slogan. His PayLess tax with Maggie tax make taxes work for you. And we understand taxes. So of was on the radio saying that can reduce your eliminate your taxes. Make sure they understand the tax codes challenge them if you're meeting with your adviser, and they say we taxes Winston tax codes, really because if they're just shown you to put money away into a foreign K or an IRA to reduce your taxes. Anybody can do that most CPA's out there talk about that every year think about that there's limitations on that they can only put a certain amount in because the government puts a cap on it fine. But that's that's that's basic tax plan. Planning very simple. I'm talking about advanced tax planning on above the line where you follow tax codes section sixty four the tax code section seventy seven o.

Chris Maggie IRS PayLess magazi two hundred fifty thousand dol two weeks
"magazi" Discussed on Arrive Early, Leave Late

Arrive Early, Leave Late

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"magazi" Discussed on Arrive Early, Leave Late

"Get an opportunity in thrive in that like Crusoes been doing J J J. Jonathan Williams has been good for us. So Casey p the way he's he's been playing. So things like that. You find the joy as a coast because those are what you're doing. You're trying to get players better. You're trying to get your team better when you know, one of those happening feel good at the Cote knowing Zayed's. Mccall me later tonight. Maybe they answer will be different. Any team? I've been a part of player or coach that day after when the season ends. It's it's a lonely. It's a lonely feeling you'd just. You used to doing the same thing everyday coming in work and seeing the same guys. So whenever season ends even when it's ended in championships that next day feels a little off, but we'll get to that. When tomorrow cone. Let's talk to somebody else. I saw Bill McDonnell Lakers TV announcer for sports in that. I'm wrapping up an interview with Billy magazi-. So affectionately known TV voice of the Los Angeles Lakers seen in her on spectrum sports, and that in my right, Bill McDonald's, you asked me to be professional, but that blue coat that you're wearing my now that nobody can see the has released. Just want you to know that all they can't see it. Long. You know, what's it been like broadcasting this season for you? Well, there's been a lot of fun times. Obviously there was a tremendous amount of hope and expectation, and it just didn't turn out the way we thought it what I mean. That's the understatement of the year. You can look at a million different reasons. Why went south number one has to be injuries? And then you can throw everything else in a little bit of a pile. But it was tough the expectation. The hype the excitement it was still fun had some great moments but not going to the playoffs for what six years in row. Yeah. I mean, it's just it's a disappointing year for you permission. You prefer prepare for a game. Obviously you hear LeBron James and a heck maybe I don't ever have to call another summer league game. But I'm right there with which I probably will be. But when you prepare for a team that's going to have the brawn. And then you see that the way the season ended for Laker fans, which you are diehard one. Since today, I've met you grew up grew up here in southern California. Former Laker intern all that good stuff. Right. But it's got to be disappointing. When fans talk to you about this season. Yeah. Because so much of it was what about LeBron LeBron? What's you like how this is gonna fit in? That was what it was. And then it was more. What went wrong, and then it was we can't wait for the season to end. And it's kind of ironic it's kind of funny that two of the most fun games that we've done in the last couple of months have been the last two, right? And then it's been really fun. And that's no nothing on the guys on our plane, obviously because they're the stars stars in their the players. But at least it's ending with some sort of excitement. But you're you gotta look at this thing as entire situation. And this is I mean, we keep saying that this is the most important summer while this one truly is the most important summer as the great Kyle. Kuzma comes walking by. Yeah. Yeah. Big time big time right there. He goes. Everybody's gotta get it. Right. Scouting staff has to get right front office has got to get it. Right. You know, we can't I can't you can talk all day about possible free agents. I can't because of work for the Lakers. But you know, what's going on? And hopefully, they'll land one of the big fish when you travel the country with the Lakers enough to do that. With us. Times arrive early leave late podcast. We we stay in a good travel travel. Take care.

Los Angeles Lakers LeBron James Kuzma J J. Jonathan Williams Bill McDonnell Billy magazi Zayed Mccall Crusoes Laker Bill McDonald Casey California intern Kyle six years
"magazi" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

WARRIOR WEEK

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"magazi" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

"I don't wish for anyone to undergo what I had to in order to get that wakeup call. I don't wish for anyone to lose their wife their partner their lover. But if you can do this without going through that experience that that that pain. That loss. Then then just go with it. Open yourself up feel. At what are you going to front of five hundred men actually seven hundred men, you had a speech, very moving speech. That was given the men stood up seven hundred man dressed in black polos seven hundred businessmen seven hundred fuck in ALPHA's alpha and producers in the society, married businessman, seven hundred stood up and applauded for almost like couple of minutes. Non-stop? Yeah. What was the message shared, and how did you felt what about what you received? And what did it confirm? The the lecture the election, the speech that I basically gave was dealing with the idea that obviously in life we need to be preventive. We have to be predictive. We take our cars in for maintenance. We changed the oil filter. We changed the top off the fluids will all of us, many of us, ignore the fact that our health is is paramount and. And if we can just get ahead of the game in that that regard than than than we should do. But really the crux of the entire talk. Was what happens when shit goes sideways? What happens when when when things go bad, and an are we prepared to deal with it? And like I mentioned to Sam. And as Sam mentioned to you the bottom line is having that structure of the warriors way in powered metoo just continue on and keep moving forward in order to tackle to to embrace this this this huge problem in my life. And if if the the only thing I implore, you were employer all of us glue myself is that if we can only fortify ourselves to become stronger than all this other stuff. It becomes it becomes an easy task tackle true. And and you've led so many men here inside of warrior. You've you've send. Automous autumn ac- Marras ironist works for you. Here. He came a game here and. Also, my my nurse practitioners husband came. Yeah. What's his name? His his name is Matt Matt does leave my my? Yeah. My those Lebed can't sleep. Magazi- bay came or you send RMC'er, and and I specifically remember our Mus like drop the scripture here on I I don't know if it was where I believe it was where he explain. And you know, like, it's it's it's it's been it's been used over and over ever since he dropped he says remember to remember him to that remember to remember him and. Yeah. It was quite a it. Shook shook shook if you mountains here on that day with the guys being here. You've led people here. People from Israel calling me now taking me in and like eight we want we want to know about this warriors way, you know, how can we participate, and you know, how how how do we do it from here? Right. And and so the message is international..

Matt Matt Sam ac- Marras ironist partner ALPHA Magazi- bay Israel Lebed
"magazi" Discussed on The ThomaHawk Show

The ThomaHawk Show

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"magazi" Discussed on The ThomaHawk Show

"And I'm going with an audible I'm calling a hot rod here for a second. Down. Sebastian Jan Kasese kicking for the Seahawks. And he's been a longtime NFL Pro Bowl or he he kicks the ball off. And he's really old. So he certainly doesn't want to tangle it up with anybody young athletic because he's always been a bigger more of like a vodka-drinking hickory than anything. He's kind of like the Andrew Hawkins of kickers. He's not exactly in great shape. And he certainly doesn't want to get himself injured on a play where he has almost no chance of tackling the returner anyway, so any drunk and he comes to work drunk. So he's got an angle on the returner, and he's kind of running towards the returner. And all he has to do is kind of get in the way, maybe fall to returners feet, and he'll at least slow up enough where maybe the cavalry can come. He might be able to make a tackle. He's a big guy still in. He just basically jogs past them as if he's finishing a forty yard jog at the end of. Practice. You know, where you kind of jog, and then you slow down, and you just kind of stumbled through the line. So he doesn't give any effort whatsoever to tackle the return. Are we okay with Sebastian Jankowski making a business decision and not giving any effort to tackle the return? You know what? If if our guy Pat McAfee comes on. And this is a perfect segment question for him because that was not good for the brand. You can't tell me that kickers and punters should be qualified as football players. And if you can save a touchdown that is the efforts you put forward like the return was even surprised that he didn't even try to trip him. He didn't even it even throwing arm out of the way. It was literally like let me just get out of the way because the other ten guys didn't do their job. So I'm not going to get hurt trying to do mine. It was disgusting to be honest. Wow. Well, hey, speaking of actually, I think I hear the phone ring. And right now. Hello flon. Oh, no. Thank you, the text reminder there. I sent the a DM their thing. Diem in the morning. That's on me. I should have supported into the old calendar. That's on me. No problem whatsoever. We're just happy to have you on because we were shaming the brand. And I think we need you to defend it because what happened with old Ciba's out there in Seattle. Do we think it's defensible that he protected his career in his body over making any attempt at all to tackle the kick returner? We have to remember g best. It's like fifty years old fifty years old. I think actually forty he was born in Poland it grew up playing soccer day everywhere. He went to stay over there. Poland he had the strongest leg on earth. They called him the polish canon, obviously for a long time. Choked. He yesterday in Stanford. Cisco was too much speed for the NFL. If the returning that up, if the return would have been able to match you plead. He would have ran right into it. He tried to cut them back into teammates, which could potentially make a plate. He just arrived to fat hoop furious to Cousy for those just joining us mad. You listen to the Tomahawk show. This is Pat magazi- the king of all kicking brand the king of all sports media. The best kicker in if L history, and what he's saying right now is that genyk hausky is to athletic to have made that tack or or even a tip to make that tackle. He was running so fast that he'd literally could not stop which is the exact opposite of what Joe was saying. Prior to Mr. McAfee joining the call. I don't think it looks good for the brand, man. I don't Joe was saying. Before you got on its for these kickers who wanna be qualified as football players, which they are. They I mean, there's anybody who understands that you Pat there there's nothing he could have done there to try to make that tackle or at least slow to guy up..

canon Sebastian Jan Kasese Pat McAfee Andrew Hawkins NFL Seahawks Sebastian Jankowski Poland Pat magazi Joe Pat soccer Cousy Seattle Stanford Ciba Cisco fifty years forty yard
"magazi" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"magazi" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"I wanna be a billion. Things on now. I wanna be on the. Magazi- smiling next up, all and. Mcqueen? Every day Christmas voice. And adopted. Giveaway. Yuppie was babies like this? He's couple. So you can call me traffic laws. Visit between. Forget about. Go The president Duncan on this delegates. Toss a couple million the. Biscuit baby step. Holden sacks. Let me take. Take whatever's left. Looking at.

Holden sacks Magazi Mcqueen president Duncan
"magazi" Discussed on FT Big Read

FT Big Read

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"magazi" Discussed on FT Big Read

"Sixteen tariffs, rose seventy two point, nine percent on average almost twice the rate of inflation of thirty seven point four percent during the same period. According to report compiled by Andrea trophy, a five-star Senator in two thousand fourteen. For example, the rate of inflation was not point, two percent, but tariffs increased by four point, four, three percent. Between two thousand and six and twenty seventeen autostrada invested two point nine billion in road maintenance equivalent to about three hundred million a year or two point. Eight percent more than was mandated in their contract that competitive pre-tax profits last year of one point, four billion. According to Mr. magazi- we now have very high tolls and a very old and inadequate moat way system. He equates the toes to attacks, which he says it would be better to pay to the state, not to concession as you have hardly invested anything. Autostrada was even allowed to subcontract without tender up to forty percent of menance work to its own construction company poppy mental. These included repairs on the Morandi bridge according to Steffano Mariani head of out to Strada operations in Genoa. An agreement signed in two thousand and seven prevents the government from vacant licence without severe financial penalty. Even if out to strategy failed to meet safety and maintenance obligations. The state would still be obliged to reimburse the prophets that could be expected until the end of the concession. Ugo are eagle a professor of public finance at because university of Milan caused the Claude upset. He says, it says, if the captain of the Costa concordia the crucial which was wrecked off Italy in twenty twelve had been sat for killing thirty people, but then was allowed to keep his salary and pension for the rest of his life. After Stratus said that he, you analyze the concession earlier this year, including tariffs and rates of return. I concluded it was adequate and in line with the European Union legal framework. The company said it had invested more in the network than when it was publicly owned an average of two hundred ninety million a year versus two hundred sixty six million Mr. Castellucci the chief executive towed ladder Publico newspaper last week that the privatized company performed radically better and tons of investment and safety than the roads still managed by the state toes increased because the state wanted to quit the network to deal with more traffic. He said, I'm lower than other countries. Others, say the new government has exaggerated the problems. The coalition has been keen to label the states relationship with the Benetton's and out to Strada as says, Mr. Soji a kind of specter with political and economic forces exchanging favors interests and money. But the governments have often been more inept. The malevolent..

Autostrada Mr. magazi Ugo Andrea trophy Morandi bridge Strada Mr. Castellucci Senator Stratus Steffano Mariani Genoa European Union Italy university of Milan Costa concordia Mr. Soji chief executive Claude Publico professor
"magazi" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"magazi" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

"Uh pleasure to have this privilege to play here for you we grow we intend to give you a fine program so just settle back relax and enjoy the moment moment we go welcomed heartland radio i'm here with digs nick maral doe jeff vibert cedo the lady of the house jordan berry and a friend boss mcfee's here how's it going guys that episode fifty one congratulations on fifty incredible episodes and let's assume this one's going to be successful fifty one episode you guys have done incredible job it's been very fulfilling to watch you guys dominate this not just do it but dominate it and i'm so happy for you guys in the fact that you had to read four address last week or last show the same thing and it's very i'm very proud i want you to know that everybody's gonna be like whoa what didn't you fiftieth well we were organized anyway yeah so this is easier this is a big league exciting time for everybody everybody's already seen the first two episodes of house battle with pat magazi tonight is the third episode and the finale thursday which ends on a bang yeah boy in in the game show the dumb as dixie fucking great time doing it a lot of people had a lot of fun the it's a good show it's the dumbest show in history game shows like that's the mindset you need go in like this ain't no pat say jack algebra situation but there's a lot of good times in there i'm very thankful for the positive feedback that has happened 'cause i mean we'll see how it goes you didn't get to play on it i'm saying like actually playing in the game was fun i bet it was there because there's so many random things like it'd being with big ad sean hysterical just to even try to put your brain with those two fucking brains a while it's like there was a lot of wild thoughts going on over in our quarter shown a big cat good brain.

jordan berry mcfee pat magazi dixie sean nick maral jeff vibert
"magazi" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"magazi" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"John and in what he did okay the more you dmc jamie lee chubby other side of the guy you you know it was good the it's always good to have shot and he was a barrel elapsed and love i love him when he brings in real good through because that was good food enjoyed it so make sure you if you're having a party or planning something give victim barbara call give matete's you'll like what you get so we're moving right along and i had to apologize to my our next guest and because new what do all of what we're going through all the construction everything word'due forgot all about mamane and i'm talking about john bordin from the mission from the wolverine magazi was up john how you do a man i'm doing great game yell it good to be with you hey john i appreciate you covered on again one apologize but hey like i said you you you're a man it's been around for a long time a you know what's going on and you know what the first thing i want to talk to you john about michigan just failed in their whole coaching staff michigan football now has their tenth coach and it's it's it's a familiar face the michigan fayence but i mean kanter you know would make sense.

matete john bordin football kanter barbara michigan
"magazi" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"magazi" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Let's go to the polls magazi can you tell us first pole and results with i can't but danzi shirt can tell you i okay dance he can you do this lewis a mole offended i wasn't asked in the first place like god abi said asked ash rose it well when there is open the segment by throwing me under the bus i i wasn't even get inmates your day it is i i hoped it and he rejected the alley in which have on clinton like let's get to the eyes so as you know dominy foxworth mccain war almost the exact same how today so we asked who should have to change his clothes twenty percent said foxworth thirty six percent said cain fortyfour percent said noone okay it's a doubles part of institute and i want which is more likely to happen on new year's eve with reference to mariah carey twenty one percent said she will be great seventy nine percent said she will be terrible all this this slander against mariah is unfair i mean fawzi has given us not come down there bangor's recent its middle school for years he was slurred our words what's the next last one was are you buying dream on greens i wasn't trying to troll abhran explanation of the arthur shoes he wore yesterday higher you said yes all truth a ninety two percent said nope he's lying tell driveon to stop voting on our polls because he is responsible for the entire eight percent the roast clinton yates dominic foxworth munich arms every turns on new year's eve a very very excited about this as we should be moms will excited about its your mom appreciate i went to santa mom last night i as he texting through i listening now because i feel like you're listening right now you sat out momma yates sousse shown when it hasn't dinner we were going to get a reservation they were low slow.

abi ash clinton bangor new year lewis cain fortyfour new year's eve mariah carey dominic foxworth munich seventy nine percent ninety two percent thirty six percent twenty one percent fortyfour percent twenty percent eight percent
"magazi" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"magazi" Discussed on KOIL

"Also michelle obama joins the democrat bandwagon this pharaoh ching women once again the democrats they have women come out with his ferridge women that black people came out to the spirit of black people they have a hispanic came out to this fair hispanics gay people to attacked republican gay people you know that's uh that's their formula they think it's been working for him per se don't occupy the white house or of the leadership the house of the senator the governor's mansions or the state houses but but i think it's one inform anyway and instead of changing tack what they've decided to do is to die with up to make it more heated to take racist to white supremacist to hitler nazis everybody's and everybody at disagrees there you go and that's how they have vase civil conversation or a civil war whichever will come first because we're not very close to a civil conversation and are you familiar with the launch array football league this may be able to this story in honor of hugh hefner's passing today may lingerie football league women athletic women play football in lingerie that's true well they have weighed in on the national anthem issue and i've got back him enough this he's the dh chris plante show visit magazi homes latest grand opening event in perry here saturday september 30th and eleven to three just south of one hundred fourteen even highlead me seventy in civilian be the first made.

michelle obama the house senator civil war hugh hefner perry football magazi
"magazi" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"magazi" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"And if that's not what michael bennett is protesting i don't know what it is words are the public during his visit magazi right before we let you go man apparently you learn something in portugal on your vacation well i mean i learned a couple of things i learned mostly that you came creates a i i was going to use the word telescope and now i realized that that sounds truly truly appropriate but you can create little tell so with your head did you know that you know about this no okay if you don't have glass europe contact if you're trying to look at something in the distance you take your hand you put it over your eyes you reduce the efforts sure and you will clarify the object in the distant you were all carrying around invisible telescope even if you didn't realize it i also realise by the way that christiane renaldo has a museum in his hometown and also has an airport named after him and anybody who thinks that kobe bryant as egotistical or the bronze aims the decision was egotistical should go to flee shah and the island of madeira and realize the christiana renaldo had everybody else beat when it comes to building tribute literally dube so just remember aged peterson in his age abuses day parade every year in his own honor dependency texas ronkko does he's great other really yes yes he rides on a cutlass in the parade nutty lie that is pablo tori jack about years be in the magazine january second 2018 pablo go have a television show is gonna be bob appreciate your man is of course that ladies and gentlemen welcome back to the right time.

christiane renaldo kobe bryant shah peterson michael bennett portugal europe dube pablo tori