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Stamped On The Phone

Topgold Audio Clips

04:58 min | Last week

Stamped On The Phone

"Hi, it's pretty globeop. Give that few minutes that I can explain to you that an inside story. About stamped. I'll make it a topcoat audio clips. They can hear it over there episode five to seven and on talk about it during audio Mo- here on Lima and on other goods social networks. Because in two thousand seventeen I started. Getting advisories through good reads in through some other deep dies. and. The end of ACP names stamps. Give it a top prize for outstanding literature and. I've had it on my. GotTa read Realis- Since then. The books by Lebron Mix kindy. I have discovered. There's a back channel conversation about stamps. It's something. That Ray Gerard would have resonated with and then during a phone call. I had with Paul Manny the book itself. Start agreeing to me on the phone in the middle of call that had with Paul. So. I thought it might be worthwhile to take the exact segments that was playing through a foam. And let your let you hear it because it's a revealed to me. Very revealing to know. How many cultural values I have or stamp with racism, people form immature images of places of people of Cultures and of meanings that are embedded to religion or to history or to sociology or to family values. Stamped by racism. So here's a little bit of an excerpt. It's exactly the segment that was playing when a audible. BOOT booted Paul off my phone. Have, a quick listen. Men that have low and flat nostrils are asked La Bitterness as apes cleric Edward topsail explain in sixteen o seven in history of four footed beasts King James made the Comment Association of Apes in devils in his fifteen ninety seven book deem -Nology, and one of his last plays the tempest, sixteen eleven shakespeare played on these associations of the devil, an African in crafting Caliban, the hyper sexual bastard, child of Demon, an African witch from a vile race in sixteen, Fourteen, England's first famous working class poet John Taylor said that Black Nations adored the black devil. In a sixteen fifteen address for the planters in Ireland and Virginia the Reverend Thomas Cooper said that White Sham. One of Noah's three sons shelby Lord over the cursed race of Cham- meaning Noah's son, Ham and Africa. Future Virginia politician George Santa's also conjured curse theory to degrade blackness. In a sixteen twenty paraphrase of Genesis, future politician Thomas in road of. The southern man as a black, deformed Elf, and the northern white like unto God himself. Five years later clergyman Samuel Purchase released the Gargantuan Four Valium Heck latest posthumous of travel manuscript left to him by his mentor. Richard Hackett Purchase blasted filthy sodomite sleepers, ignorant beast disciples of Cham- to whom the black darkness is reserved forever. These were the ideas about African people circulating throughout England and the English colonies as African people were being hauled into Tanzania on slave ships. In Sixteen Nineteen Richard, mather begin ministering not far from the future center of the British slave. Trade the port of Liverpool. And those days, the British slave trade was miniscule at Africans, hardly existed in Britannia, but that would soon change. The vessels of slave traders were cruising deeper and deeper into the heart of west Africa especially after the Moroccans armed by English, guns crust, the Songhai Empire in fifteen ninety one. The vessels of English Commerce were cruising deeper and deeper into Virginia to as English merchants competed with Spanish Portuguese and rising Dutch and French empires. To get the rest of the story, Shrek she by the book or listen to it on audible. I know the history of America the history of the Great. Western expansion of European culture to the states. Had elements of the slave trade as part of the foundational elements. Of our natural growth. It's called STEMP's but Hebrew mix candy. Having all my kids read it. Before. We go back to school in the autumn of twenty. Twenty

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Arsenal's Terrible Day

ESPN FC

05:23 min | 2 weeks ago

Arsenal's Terrible Day

"Leboeuf Shack Hissel and Craig Burley with Craig. Let's start showing with to city against also. It went pretty much exactly as you would expect it to. Well Yeah McCullough. Expecting such Leandra and bring David Luiz on, but you know dovid Louise was form. It was a sham books Listen I. Don't think this would been macchia game to be quite frank. Eleven v Eleven I think it was heading. That way anyway has mistaken any sending all just optional. Final Nail Nicole Fan. We said it before the lockdown to. Red in the face off no need. A massive overhaul got some good young kids wrote some decent young kids become law deadwood they're. Dead Wood on big money and tetter at needs to get a heck of a job. He's gotten his hands. Talk to me about victories. Well, it's it's. It's sad. Because when you're a defender, you don't WanNa. See that say so pulling in another way because we know that concede for penalties and was in you is the most player was involving bigger zeroes in? Enduring during the premier league season, so you Saad and now I was rather talk about the Brune was read the man of the match, but it's true that he made two big mistakes were alone Manchester your city to score two goals and I think he doesn't see a stunning. He made the hour. We can see him turning and realizing that. Rhyme sterling just beyond him. I always thought that the. Devotees was a good player. A great player, but none of defender is is is a midfield player. It doesn't want to make sure that. You defend well first, and then you think about enjoying life. It's it's. It's what you have to do I. Function when your defender. You make sure you clear. The books need to play with the ball. Saka it. How would you feel if? Teammate, considering you comes on, and does all of this. I really don't know at. This discussion about about Louis well, if not every weekend. To. Protect. It was an opportunity for him. You lose to play through injury. No you stabbed Lewis comes in and does as he does. I can say tongue-in-cheek, maybe Louise not being available for the next three weeks kind of balancing out because he's been that poor at least i. Wouldn't have to answer to those upstairs as to why he's leaving DABID Luigia, manny to call on on some of the is young and up and coming players, but it's not the started also wanted surprise surprise. You have to put this behind. You somehow asked on are leaving everybody scratching and scratching their heads as their how they can be this. Let let that Don. Let. Let's cut through most of here. David Luiz. Full. Right back the problem Moustapha. Football Club was an argument to say shock should fit because not good enough, also just about to get to shift that football club, but some clone give him a three hundred thousand plus a week contract. Right for a guy who's been liability. By signs the mid by decisions. Right that's the bottom line, young and experienced manager WHO's been in the game a long time, but not in management and he's left with us. And he's going to be questioned. And Haste. Underline. I mean what the Hell was wrong. I mean it's essentially again. He's carrying a knock against it, but is he not a better option as good as catchy as a youngster? Is he a better option to be playing from the star? All these decisions football club need to be questioned, but Davidge and There was a story. Lose? A story twenty four hours ago. This is incredible. The Artisanal wanted to begin David Luiz in new contracts in them as a role model sit, there was a key part of helping. Just incredible, just incredible. They're not a bad word. Apples and deadwood. Sorry, they have this football club, and until the psalter until the alter the nothing more than mid table, mediocrity cranky mention. Arteta said after the game his decision not to include him in the squad tactical. I mean I've never heard anything so stupid. Normal life apart from that alarm going off the driving whoever that is. I just don't get I just don't it's not? Yes he wasn't going to play. Say and in a nutshell tells the story, right? Play, but at least if you've got a guy who can potentially change game if arsenal where to hold, it is zero zero for seventy five minutes or something like that that you could bring on, and he can maybe open the door, so don't tell me it's tactical. You making yourself look stupid, right? It's not tactical is a waste of space these days right but. But. They've lumbered themselves with this player. I would prefer of Mykola out and said you know what I'm not GonNa get from our tests or what I need, so if left him in London of left them. They are rather bring the kids. I would respect more. He said that, but don't come out and tell his AAC tactical because that's nonsense

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Aunt Jemima changing its name and image

Brian Kilmeade

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Aunt Jemima changing its name and image

"Like our oats is retiring its aunt Jemima brand of syrup and pancake mixes there have been repeated calls for the company to change the name and logo saying that aunt Jemima was rooted in the southern image of a submissive servant people complained for decades that aunt Jemima's commercials personified the so called Manny stereo type over the years the company tried revamping and Jemima's image at one point hiring singer Gladys Knight to be a spokesperson a statement from the Pepsi owned company said they were working to make progress toward racial equality through several initiatives it said they were taking a hard look at their brands to ensure that they reflect their

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The Return on Investment Grant Question

Nonprofit Everything

04:23 min | Last month

The Return on Investment Grant Question

"Okay Andy we are going to need to file a couple of extensions for our form nine ninety and we have grant. Our of teas were responding to that are asking for our most current form. We expect we'll have our twenty nine thousand nine hundred ninety by the end of the year if not a bit sooner. What do we do in the meantime? Is there anything else we can or should do to ensure this doesn't make our organization. Look bad to the funder. No I think in this situation I think funders are probably going to be okay with that. I mean most organizations extensions before they're nine nine hundred anyway. They just sort of do it as a matter. Of course so that they can make sure that they don't accidentally miss the deadline and get in trouble. If it's asking for your most recent ninety send them the most recently fired ninety if it takes you a super long time to get to it this time. I think you're going to be okay. I Look I look at ninety sometimes and I do have questions like in just normal years if somebody takes a really long time to get it filed it makes me makes me wonder like what are you actually doing. It's not that hard. I mean it's a lot of work but it's not like an absurd amount of work. Plus it happens every year so you should probably pre prepared for it so you know. Just follow the instructions. The most recent ninety s filed so well. So but I'M GONNA I'm GonNa ask you something so you talk about. Gosh might raise questions if it's a really long time like period of time until they get it filed in a normal normal years that don't have pandemic with them so. I'm curious to know what that like. Do you have a recommendation? About what becomes too long. Like what is a normal amount of time? So if I'm if I'm looking up ninety s for whatever reason and it's like so now we're in the middle of twenty twenty roughly right so I would expect to see a twenty eighteen or two thousand nineteen ninety. Those were the be the the two that I would expect. If I saw two thousand seventeen I would say why. Are We still looking at twenty? Seventeen thousand ninety. I mean there there should be a two thousand eighteen by now so that would be my question like if it's either going to be this year or last year it's two years ago then it's probably too long. And so maybe Andy like. Maybe that's also I mean. I think that totally is answers. The question but I guess I'm also thinking if because we don't know I mean exactly it sounds like it's just the two thousand nineteen behind on but I know there's a lot of organizations that get really behind sometimes on the nine nine hundred and I would say if if it is something like a twenty-seven feels like it's excessively long like we're a couple years past due or few years past do I mean if there's room on the grant proposal maybe there's maybe you can put a quick paragraph or a few sentences just trying if those aren't going to incriminate you further right but if you have I mean there's the caveat and if you don't have to lie about it but my point is is like if you if there's a good explanation for it perhaps just even making note saying we expect any day to have our whatever twenty whatever year it is you know a nine hundred ninety here and as soon as we get it. We'll update our files like something as a funder would make me feel better that they at least acknowledged it versus like that's business as usual and things around every year too so even if you file a bunch of extensions I mean even. It's like this even with our personal taxes right. Yeah they move the extension out to July. But that doesn't mean next year to like you still have to do it again starting in January. So all. You're doing you're compressing the pain. It is just over a rip. Just get it over at the band off get it over with and and and the you know what's legitimate reason for having a two thousand seventeen ninety at this point it's like The building burned down a lot of files. Were in it. I'm trying to think of why you with manny reason. Yeah I mean have you know maybe so are the the. Cfo was actually indicted for fraud And stole a bunch of money from us and it's taking a longer time to untangle what they did I mean. I think there could be legitimate reasons that you might have an old nine ninety but not not a whole lot of them that you really want and probably not things you wanna put in writing either. I mean that would be a little embarrassing to even talk about the Frie- yeah. It's probably not going to help. Your case happens but yeah I wouldn't WanNa talk about it

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The Return on Investment Grant Question

Nonprofit Everything

04:23 min | Last month

The Return on Investment Grant Question

"Okay Andy Andy we are going we are to going need to to need file to file a couple a of couple extensions of extensions for our for form our form nine ninety nine ninety and we and have we grant. have Our grant. of teas Our of were teas responding were responding to that are to asking that are asking for our for most our current most current form. form. We expect We expect we'll have our we'll have twenty our nine twenty thousand nine nine hundred thousand ninety nine hundred ninety by the end by of the the end year of the year if not if a bit not sooner. a bit sooner. What do we do What in do the we meantime? do in the meantime? Is there anything Is there else anything we else can we or can should or do should to ensure do to this ensure doesn't this doesn't make our organization. make our organization. Look bad Look to bad the funder. to the funder. No No I think I think in this in this situation situation I think funders I think are funders probably are probably going to be going to be okay okay with that. with that. I mean I mean most most organizations organizations extensions extensions before they're before nine nine they're hundred nine anyway. nine hundred anyway. They just sort They of just do sort it of as do a matter. it as Of a matter. course Of course so that so they can that they make can sure make that they sure don't that they accidentally don't accidentally miss the deadline miss the deadline and get in and trouble. get in trouble. If it's asking If it's for asking your most for your recent most ninety recent ninety send them send the most them the recently most recently fired ninety fired ninety if it takes if you it a takes super you long a super time long to get time to it to get this time. to it this time. I think I you're going think to be okay. you're going to be okay. I I Look I Look look at I ninety look at ninety sometimes sometimes and I do and have I questions do have questions like in just like normal in just years normal if years somebody if takes somebody a really takes a really long time long time to get to it filed get it filed it makes me it makes me makes me makes wonder me wonder like like what are you what actually are you doing. actually It's doing. not It's that not hard. that hard. I mean it's a lot I mean of it's work a lot of but work it's not but like it's an not absurd like an amount absurd of work. amount of work. Plus Plus it happens it every happens year every so year you should so probably you should pre probably prepared pre prepared for it for it so so you know. you know. Just follow Just the instructions. follow the instructions. The most The recent most ninety recent s ninety s filed filed so so well. well. So So but I'M GONNA but I'M I'm GONNA GonNa ask I'm GonNa you ask something you something so you so talk you about. talk about. Gosh Gosh might raise might questions raise questions if it's a if really it's a really long time long time like period like of period time of until time until they get it filed they get it filed in a in normal a normal normal normal years that years don't that have don't pandemic have pandemic with them with so. them I'm so. curious I'm curious to know to know what what that that like. Do like. you Do have you have a recommendation? a recommendation? About what About becomes what becomes too long. too long. Like what Like is a what normal is a normal amount amount of time? of time? So if So I'm if if I'm I'm looking if up I'm looking ninety up ninety s for whatever s for reason whatever and reason it's like and so it's now like so now we're in the middle we're in of the middle twenty of twenty twenty roughly twenty roughly right so right I so would I expect would to expect see a twenty to see a eighteen twenty or eighteen two thousand or nineteen two thousand nineteen ninety. ninety. Those were the Those be were the the the be two the that the I would two expect. that I would expect. If I saw If two thousand I saw seventeen two thousand seventeen I would say I why. would say Are why. We still Are We looking still at looking twenty? at Seventeen twenty? Seventeen thousand ninety. thousand ninety. I mean there I mean there there should be there a two should thousand be eighteen a two thousand by eighteen now by now so that so would that be my question would be my question like like if if it's either it's going to either be this going year to be this or year last or year last it's year two years it's ago two years then ago it's probably then it's probably too long. too long. And so And maybe so maybe Andy Andy like. Maybe like. that's Maybe also that's also I mean. I I mean. think I that think totally that totally is is answers. answers. The question The question but I guess but I'm I also guess I'm thinking also thinking if if because we because don't know we don't know I mean exactly I mean exactly it sounds it like sounds it's just like the it's two just thousand the nineteen two thousand nineteen behind behind on but on I but know I there's a lot know of there's organizations a lot of organizations that get really that get behind really behind sometimes sometimes on the nine nine on the hundred nine nine hundred and and I would I say would say if if if it is if something it is like something a twenty-seven like a twenty-seven feels feels like it's excessively like it's excessively long long like we're like a couple we're a years couple years past past due due or few or years few past years do past do I mean if I mean there's if room there's room on the grant on the grant proposal proposal maybe maybe there's there's maybe you maybe can put you can a quick put paragraph a quick paragraph or a few or sentences a few sentences just trying just trying if if those aren't those going to incriminate aren't going to incriminate you further you further right but right if you but have if you have I mean I mean there's the there's caveat the caveat and if you and don't if have to you don't lie have about to lie it about but my it point but my is point is like is if is you like if if you there's a good if there's explanation a good explanation for it for it perhaps perhaps just even just making even note making note saying saying we expect we expect any day any to day have to our have whatever our whatever twenty twenty whatever whatever year it is year it you is know you know a nine a hundred nine ninety hundred ninety here here and as soon and as as we soon get as it. we We'll get update it. We'll our update files our files like something like something as a funder as a funder would make me would feel make me better feel that they better at least that they acknowledged at least acknowledged it versus it versus like that's like business that's business as usual as usual and and things things around every around year every too year so too even if so you even file if you a bunch file of extensions a bunch of extensions I mean even. It's I like mean even. this It's like this even with our even personal with our personal taxes taxes right. Yeah right. Yeah they they move the move extension the extension out to July. out to July. But that doesn't But mean that doesn't next mean year next year to to like you still like have you still to do have it again to do it starting again in starting January. in January. So all. You're So doing all. You're doing you're compressing you're compressing the pain. the pain. It is It just is just over a over rip. a rip. Just get it Just over get at it the over band at the off band get it off over get with it over and with and and and and the and the you know you know what's what's legitimate legitimate reason for reason having for a having two thousand a seventeen two thousand seventeen ninety ninety at this point at this it's point like it's like The building The building burned down burned down a lot of a lot files. of files. Were in it. Were I'm trying in it. to think I'm trying of why to think of you why with you with manny manny reason. reason. Yeah Yeah I mean I mean have have you know maybe you know maybe so so are are the the the. Cfo the. Cfo was actually was actually indicted indicted for fraud for fraud And stole And a bunch stole of money a bunch from of money us and from it's us taking and it's taking a longer a time longer to untangle time to untangle what they did what they did I mean. I think I mean. there I think could there be legitimate could be legitimate reasons reasons that you that might have you an might old have nine an old ninety nine ninety but not but not not a whole not lot a whole lot of them of them that you really that you want really want and probably and not probably things not you wanna things put you in wanna writing put in either. writing I either. mean that I would mean be a that little would embarrassing be a little embarrassing to even talk to even about talk the about Frie- the Frie- yeah. It's yeah. probably It's not probably going to help. not Your going to case help. Your case happens happens but yeah but I yeah I wouldn't WanNa wouldn't talk WanNa about talk it about it

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Limited release of one of Seattle’s most iconic beers 'Manny's Pale Ale' in cans to help restaurant workers

News, Traffic and Weather

00:21 sec | Last month

Limited release of one of Seattle’s most iconic beers 'Manny's Pale Ale' in cans to help restaurant workers

"Something new from Seattle's Georgetown brewery its flagship beer Manny's pale ale available for fourteen years to restaurants and bars as a draft beer is being made available in cans as of today at the brewery and is expected to be in stores by mid week George town brewery says proceeds from this six week run will go to a restaurant and bar workers

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Red Sox hit 4 consecutive homers on this day in 2007

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Red Sox hit 4 consecutive homers on this day in 2007

"Thirteen years ago April twenty second two thousand seven the red Sox belted four consecutive home runs off chase right in a seven six win over the rival Yankees would have known him as far as you know the pitches up in the zone you know these guys are gonna do that to you you know that's what I did Manny Ramirez JD drew Michael and Jason Varitek call went deep off right in the third inning but the Yankees lead five to four until locals slammed the three run shot in the seventh I was hoping to get over obviously but if not anyone a carom off customers got such a good arm so I knew the game was at least tied in I think by about eight inches I I got it the red Sox would go on to win the World Series for the second time in four seasons I'm guessing Coolbaugh

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Red Sox hit 4 consecutive homers on this day in 2007

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Red Sox hit 4 consecutive homers on this day in 2007

"Thirteen years ago April twenty second two thousand seven the red Sox belted four consecutive home runs off chase right in a seven six win over the rival Yankees Manny Ramirez JD drew Michael and Jason Varitek call went deep off right in the third inning but the Yankees lead five to four until locals slammed the three run shot in the seventh the victory finished off a three game sweep and gave the red Sox a twelve and five record on the way to their second World Series title in four seasons the red Sox would go on to win the World Series for the second time in four seasons I'm guessing Coolbaugh

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How Does That Feel?

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

08:24 min | 2 months ago

How Does That Feel?

"Privilege and the honor to meet for the First Time. A remarkable little boy that. I wanted to make for the moment. I heard his story his name is Mattie Stepanov and I hear he's an extraordinary person. He's only eleven years old. I've spoken to him on the phone several times but today's the first time we're actually meeting in person. Here's Maddie story. I want people to know Ma knife philosophy to remember to play after every storm. Maddie's Depan it is an extraordinary eleven-year-old living through difficult storm. He was born with a rare form of muscular dystrophy. He feel it in your muscles. You feel muscle pain DMC around. I need my wheelchair I I need. Oxygen Maddie's mom ginny also. Has the disease did not discover until after she had had four children. Katie died when she was two years old stevie died at six months of age and Jamie died when he was four years old. Manny has miraculously just turned eleven which nobody would have ever guessed possible from a very young age. Mattie was special even while tethered to oxygen he earned a junior black belt in martial arts and now he home schools at the eleventh grade level but his real gift is the poetry he writes. I have a song deep in my heart. I right to express my thoughts my feelings. I want people to think a few poems are fine but most of them are so that we can understand how we need to listen to our hearts songs and spread page with each other. You hear the word heart songs a lot in his poetry heart song is your inner beauty. It's the song in your heart. That wants you to help. Make yourself better per sin and to help other people do the same. Mattie is a very unique spirit A lot of people would say he's an old soul spiritual and he's hopeful for something bigger than himself. When I grow up I not only want to be a pacemaker. I'll be other have stuff. Dan Malls at treat like my children for a boy so full of life. He came very close to dying this year. Mattie spent about five months and the Intensive Care Unit at Children's National Medical Center in DC came so custody debt. I saw in comedy great me into Heaven with his health failing and time running out mattis. Three lifelong wishes had not yet been granted. I had three wishes and they are one town. My Book published. I can spread the message. Be World to talk peace with my hero. Jimmy Carter and meet with a win. Free BODY GOT. I wish to books of poetry published in the last four months and with a phone call. Second wish came true. They picked up the phone and handed it to me. Was Jimmy Carter. It was so I couldn't believe it. Mattie was very sick clinging to life but he wanted to return to the comforts of home the day before he came home from the hospital. Mattie night parade very very hard and Matty's prayer was that he was coming home to live and all the bleeding it stopped. I call it a miracle. I really think I'm here for fish because in my life I've had so many close calls to dying even if it takes me one year or one thousand I have to. I was meant to do. Shares the Dow. So here you made in your thank you your everything I imagine you. This is your first time flying coming to yes. It was. What was that like for you? It was amazing from me. I mean even especially when we had to go through this huge cloud we would I saw cloud coming and I figured they would. Just go around it all of a sudden. I'm surrounded by white stuff. Fell like algebra fluffy more. Mellow fluffy marshmallow. That's that's my mom. However she was a little anxious right a little. Play it simply. That's putting it simply. How are you how is your health? How are you doing? I'm doing a lot better healthwise I'm doing very well. Excitement wise a lot of grownups. They tried to get you to let go of the three wishes but you held onto them. Yes because because they were things that will last forever going to Disney. Well and in a week having shopping spree day but being able to talk to Jimmy Carter being able to have my books. Publish- being able to talk to you here today nests forever. He's four so you've been writing poetry since you were. How old about three. Yeah I would go to my mom on the WHO would be typing on the computer. Either School were playing solitaire and I would say mommy. Can you write something down for me please? And to assure I would tell these poems and she would type them down for me and then when I learned to write and all so known that I was making poetry. What you were doing yes I would. I was shows expressing my feelings. I just saying what I felt like. I needed to stay home. I learned to write so I wrote end dictated and now most of the time. I just go to my computer type book some poems and so you started calling it heart songs because what was the song in my heart it was the CICCIO. My heart hurt. Song doesn't have to be a song in your heart even talking about Lavin peers. It can just be your suit can be your F- feeling some people might even call it a conscience even though that's not really what it is. It's your message what you feel you need to do. And everybody has it. Everyone no matter what it is it. It's still sings the same beautiful to peace and love but people now are fighting over. How are harp songs are different? But I don't need to be the same. A heart tongue zone need to be the same because everybody has different woods. Yes and that's the beauty. We are almost sake of gifts and each was has our inner beauty. No matter how we look I mean you're very beautiful for no but it's our interview. I read your first book the Now the Second Book Journey through hearts come out and I have my own favourite poems. I ask you. Where did these were these come from? Just they are my feelings life experience. I mean like I said when I was little outside Mommy. Can you type this up for me? Your your life experiences Mr Levin Euro dealings. Don't you think you're wise beyond your years? Don't you yes thank you. Yes

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Exploring The Canopy With 'TreeTop Barbie'

Short Wave

09:53 min | 3 months ago

Exploring The Canopy With 'TreeTop Barbie'

"Hey everybody matty Safai. Here was shortwave reporter. Emily Kwong today. We thought you might appreciate a little joy in your life especially now that's right here on short wave we want to bring you up. Does it explain what's happening with the corona virus but also episodes that feature other interesting science like this one from the very first week of shortwave. It's probably one of my favorites. Oh yeah mine too. It's got rain. Forests SLINGSHOTS A DECADE-LONG CONFLICT WITH BIG Barbie bad gets rope burn. Let's not love the rope? Burn Kwong it's clearly the roburt. These are the sacrifices you make manny right onto the show enjoy. You're listening to shortwave from. Npr One day this past summer I got to visit a rainforest. Okay that's licorice fern. That is the scientific name. Is Paula podium vulgarity? Ecologist NENAD CARNEY. This is called sledge. This is called Club Moss. It's actually very primitive Plant leaning has been studying in exploring ecosystems like this for thirty five years. Okay so that is called Bikram. That's another species of Moss. I like to call it pledging moss. Just because it's so soft and so please so much like a little pillow. Here's Flynn's this is recommend trim. There's like three four different species of MOSS RIGHT THERE. Couple other things about this rainforest. You're probably thinking rainforests so tropics now. We were in the Pacific Northwest Olympic National Forest in Washington state and it's called a temperate rainforest A. Rainforest because we get it's characterized by having a lot of rainfall there about one hundred twenty inches a brain a year. The other thing about this trip to the forest. Is that all these plants so see how soft these mosses are yes. Don't you just WanNa sleep on them? Yeah all of new weenies. Decades-long work. Okay I'M GONNA come up side by side with you. All of it is about wow sixty feet off the ground for many. This is awesome awesome. This is called the canopy pretty much everything above the forest floor all the way up to the tops of the trees. Come up with me now. Little Rope canopy. Here is a dizzying thicket of bright green leaves and Mosses and ferns all bathed in sunlight. And we knew very little about it because the canopy is literally called the last biotic frontier. It's been so poorly studied. It really aren't very many people who studied the canopy. Feel like when you say. The last biotic frontier should look off into the distance. Ready to the last biotic frontier so today on the show pioneering scientists Malini non Carney on the canopy plus a little later on in the episode weenies decades. Long fight to get more women into science. And how she found unlikely ally in Barbie. Yeah I thought it was weird too. It's not that we're the sticker up and you're listening to shortwave from NPR. Alright so let's back up down back on the ground in Olympic national forest. Malini told me that in the grand scheme of things canopy sciences. Actually PRETTY NEW. People have been studying forest for centuries but it's only been in the last twenty twenty five thirty years that people have actually climbed up into the forest canopy to understand the environment up in the tree tops. One of the hurdles for scientists was literally just figuring out how to get up to the tops of the trees so noelene a few friends figured out a way to adapt some mountain climbing techniques to get up into the canopy and that means shooting ropes into the trees. So I invented this thing called the master caster which is metal rod and we welded it so it has this little hole here for the line. Basically this master caster thing is part fishing. Rod Part slingshot. This looks like a garage sale. A fourteen year old boy's dream could both and and so with a fishing weight loaded into the slingshot. So I'm thinking right up there. Malini cast masterfully. You we set the ropes now on your weight on this got harnessed in step down and then started the long hard process of inching up the road. You're going to go into a crouch and lift your legs up. That's kind of like a caterpillar and then San exactly you. Well you know. I've got to kind of over. The course of her career researching canopies in the Pacific northwest as well as in the forest of Costa Rica. Malini has documented all kinds of things about the canopy sixty feet up this giant maple tree. She shows me one of the cooler ones. Just looking at the underside of these mosses like. There's this canopy soil Allowing Dig Samat over here. Malini peels back a thick fistful of Moss from the branch on the tree. Instead of bark we're looking at tightly packed bed of Brown dirt. I mean that has actual soil that is basically composed of the dead and decomposing. Moss's that live up here and there are like earthworms that live up. Here are a big round up exactly. It's called into canopy soil. Wow look at that. And it's a weird you know you hear smelling the soil smell. But you're you know you're up sixty feet above the forest floor. So it's it's this sort of whole world that the canopy creates they're living plants or mosses there ferns their soil and it's all kind of invertebrates that live here birds that forage for these invertebrates that live in the canopy soil. So it's like this microcosm this mini co system. That's going on kind of independent of the forest floor. But at the same time interacting the forest as a whole of course today canopies all over the world face threats from climate change from logging fire deforestation and a lot of work. Now is about trying to figure out what would happen. If we lost such a complex interconnected ecosystem. I think it's important for canopies to be as intact as possible. Because they do foster so much diversity that you can get seventy species of mosses on a single tree and each of those mosses sort of living life with its insects and invertebrates and supporting birds. And so it's just part of this sort of whole cycle of what makes a primary important. Here's another thing leany discovered when she was first getting started in canopy research. There were very few women. Scientists doing this kind of work and so she set out to change that this was. This was just a fabulous day. That happened in my lab forest. Canopy lab undergraduates worked there. My graduate students would work me and we were just kicking around by these. Look how could we make the forest canopy more meaningful to mattress other scientists but to regular people like how about young girls? They need encouragement. And somebody said. Well what about Barbie aright pause Barbie time because she was busy enough helping to basically create an entirely new field of scientific study in the early two? Thousands deleted decided. You know in her free time she would try to create market and get into the hands of little girls and boys everywhere treetop Barbie. What took iconic doll which is so symbolic of what young girls aspired to. What if we just put this shell around her? Which is a canopy biologist? So called Mattel the company that owns Barbie and then when I propose this idea they said no no no. We're not interested that has no meaning to us We make our own barbies. You know you can't do this. Forget it forget it. So that's when we said well. Why don't we just do it ourselves? And if Mattel's not going to take a couple of trips to goodwill later to get some recycled barbies with the Angela's making our top barbies. And I started bringing campy Barbie along with me and you know talking to my fellow scientists and saying look guys we not only have to do our good science we need to start encouraging people from outside science and and this is one way that we might do it trees are wonderful arenas for discovery this is Malini is two thousand nine tedtalk which by the way is a hugely nerve wracking thing for scientists. And you're hooked up to this hands-free Britney Spears Mike to give a talk. That will basically be your top. Google hit for life to stand on stage. Showing off a little plastic treetop Barbie. Should I really be spending time with this? Are PEOPLE GOING TO THINK? It's weird that me as a scientist and me as a woman scientist is a brown woman. Scientist is spending her time doing this. they're sort of risk. That goes along with that but I felt that the potential good that could come out of it of providing a real role model for a little girl. Who doesn't even know that that the canopy exists to study. You know like when I was a kid and so if that can happen then I think it's worth the risk what we do my students in my lab and is we buy barbies from goodwill and value village. We dress her enclosed that have been made by seamstresses and we send her out with a canopy handbook. And my feeling is thank you that we've taken this pop icon and we have just tweaked her a little bit to become ambassador who can carry the message that being a woman scientist studying treetops is actually a really great

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Exclusive Interview With Susan Page On Coronavirus Response

Brian Lehrer

07:00 min | 3 months ago

Exclusive Interview With Susan Page On Coronavirus Response

"Susan page Washington bureau chief for USA today hi Susan welcome back to WNYC Hey Brian it's good to be with you so let me just dive right into the central life and death question right now which is how much can private industry on its own ramp up production of masks dental laters and other life saving medical equipment president trump keeps resisting calls from New York and even elsewhere I'm seeing other governors Democrat and Republican who have the most dire shortage shortages who want him to intervene with industry to order more production under the defense production act the president last night said he's trying to avoid the heavy hand of government what's his policy at this point and have you seen good answers from economists around or anything else anyone else as to whether the profit motive is enough to get companies to do what's needed well there are there a couple things that invoking the defense production act would do it would allow the government to coordinate this for one thing one thing we're hearing from some businesses is that they are a little antsy about what exactly they could do to be most helpful even if they want to be helpful R. so under this under this law the federal government could say make this not that the other thing that the law would allow the federal government to do is to decide where Skepta scarce resources grow so you could direct it to places like New York and California and Washington state that have been the hardest hit as opposed to this competition that we heard governors talking about yesterday on the Sunday shows where they're bidding against one another resources and then the resources may not necessarily go to the place that needs the most so these are the reasons I think some officials have encouraged the president to invoke this law and R. I think surprised that he has been really didn't catch on Friday the president told us that he had done it but it turned out that what he was referring to was simply a bureaucratic step of invoking the law not actually using the powers that the law would give him do you have a sense what his actual resistance is is it just the usual Republican reluctance to use government to tell business what to do is it the fact that when you come right down to it the states that are the hardest hit have so far been blue states New York California and Washington although I understand Louisiana is getting into that territory to what is it why doesn't he just do it so there's it's hard to you know I wouldn't pretend to know be inside the president's mind on what is exact motivations he does talk about the heavy hand of government he has railed against socialism he's accused Democrats of being socialist has been one of the themes that we've heard from him in that presidential campaign already some people also speculate that he is concerned that if he does this step which is a dramatic step he then owns the crisis in a bigger way and will be held more responsible than he would be otherwise when there are shortages of these desperately needed supplies the president's head of FEMA the Federal Emergency Management Agency had a hard time and one of the news conferences over the weekend saying where's the maths from the national stockpile that does exist are growing and even the president who is famously vague on things like this self got into the act of questioning and here's that excerpt but we've asks start coming in that they're they're they're out there now so again we want to match we want to get out of the middle I think like so we're trying to match supplies with the man so that's what we're doing right now it's happening today it's they can they can expect that that is the matching supply demand it is there's a range of request across the country and we try to match those again supply demand every day so I think that was Saturday do we know anymore today about the matching of supply and demand of the actual distribution after the match on paper well we know that the FEMA director on yesterday on CNN I couldn't even give a rough estimate of how many Maska been sent and I think this is one of the things that alarms Americans when they see this it doesn't seem like a system that is being run very well and we don't have we don't have details on what they've done and how they've done it where or how many massive inset infant places like New York in California Washington Louisiana can expect to have enough mass not to have these extraordinary situations where healthcare professionals are talking about making their own masks or trying to sterilize use mass to use again it's so odd extraordinary to think of a country like the United States a wealthy country ought to be in this situation the truck nobody ever thought we would be in this situation except when the president says that then there's a comeback to that which is that there are people who thought we could be in this situation there was a pandemic preparedness report they've been Manny and there were warnings that the U. S. was not ready for something like this that experts knew could potentially occur yes that's true and there were both you know agencies looking over the long haul warning about this including an office in the national security council that president Obama created and president trump dismantled and there also early warning signs from China in January and February that should have served as an early warning system odd that those warnings were generally not heeded by the federal government and that left us with weeks of time squandered there could have been used to address some of these concerns in our previous segment with the borough presidents here in New York we had a question about a rent freeze and congresswoman Alexander Kasser Cortez has been talking about this and we have a quick follow up question from a listener on Twitter who writes are there any national efforts to put a temporary freeze on commercial and residential rent and mortgage payments property taxes water and sewer did the president announced anything like this no and I I heard the congresswoman talk about that yesterday as well but ice I've heard of no serious proposals in Washington to do something that now that the bill that the relief bill that is now being cobbled

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The Brewers are working on contract extension with Christian Yelich that could exceed $200 million

Gallant at Night

04:27 min | 4 months ago

The Brewers are working on contract extension with Christian Yelich that could exceed $200 million

"Christian Yelich might be the next superstar in sports to put pen to paper on a massive contract the brewers India which are closing in on what is being reported as a nine year two hundred fifteen million dollar contract now if you're like me when you first hear that nine years and two hundred fifteen million for Christian Yelich who was the MVP two seasons ago any runner up for the most valuable player award last year when he got hurt and missed a month you're probably thinking to fifteen does not seem like enough and I would tend to agree with you about that he is taking a dramatic discount to sign this extension which is basically seven years a hundred ninety million in new money when you just saw it the rain don't who hadn't been in the top two in MVP voting over the last two years in the National League get seven years and two hundred forty five million to go to the angels in free agency when you've seen our unato in Colorado no one or not get a massive two hundred and thirty plus million dollar contract over eight seasons and here we're talking about new money seven and one ninety for a guy who might be the best player in the National League the deal was first reported today by the athletics some of the details of trickled out of come from ESPN's Jeff Passan he's got this basically yellowish would play the next two seasons starting this year on his current contract so he's scheduled to make I was about to say only how funny is that only twelve and a half million in two thousand twenty and then fourteen million next year but you know I laughed at that as far as the production B. provides and and the elite performance is gonna provide Daddy's shopping in the bargain bin that's finding one of your favorite movies in the five dollar DVD been at your favorite electronics store so the extension for that seventy one ninety would basically kick in for the brewers in two thousand twenty two and go through two thousand twenty eight and there be a mutual option in the final year in twenty twenty nine but you go back two seasons ago when Yelich won the M. V. P. he established himself after leaving Miami where he was an excellent hater and a lot of folks felt like maybe he would win a batting title at some point but didn't get a lot of help we did have a lot of production and protection rather to go along with his production there just weren't players around him as good as him to help him out as they were going to getting rid of all their pieces Giancarlo Stanton Marcello's owner he was the last guy standing so we got to go to Milwaukee and give it a try there and immediately flourished completely took off and became one of the greats in the sport and for my money right now this moment Christian Yelich of the brewers is the most underrated player in baseball which might sound ludicrous considering that he wanted MVP award is finished in the top two twice in two years but I still think when we have conversations in this industry about who the best baseball players are Mike trout's name comes out of everyone's mouth first then you get some of the bigger names that maybe don't even belong in that conversation right now based on performance like Bryce Harper Manny Machado those types but who is the second best player in the sport yeah which might be the answer Cody Bellinger won the MVP award with the Dodgers last year is in that vicinity I'd say there's a a four player tier behind trout vying for the number two seed in the sport with the yellow shoes twenty eight Ballenger who's only twenty four just barely starting to think about Mookie Betts becks is now twenty seven went from Boston to LA this offseason in a deal that took forever to consummate and Alex Bregman the twenty five year old villain now with the Astros who is so much better four in the wake of finding out that Houston Bregman has cheated over the last couple of seasons at least dating back to seventeen and some of eighteen that they've admitted to Bregman the MVP of the American League last year in my opinion ended up not finishing right behind trout and I kind of quantify things as non trout division because he should just get the award every year so I kind of say well other than trap who was the MVP this year you're competing against a legend the likes of which is going to go down as maybe the best players ever lived or one of them no one of the mount Rushmore baseball stars essentially and a guy that you'll meet people listening right now we're not gonna see another player like him probably in our

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Jeff VanEvery (Cayuga) Part 3

The Storyteller

09:37 min | 4 months ago

Jeff VanEvery (Cayuga) Part 3

"Steig. Good Day. Welcome my friends to the storyteller where you'll find first nations people from across native North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation today. We'll hear more from Jeff van every and upper key. Yuga from the six nations as he shares. How thankful he is that God saved him and turned his life around. When I went to alter I said okay. Let's let's do it. I believe I believe you're GonNa do that for me. And and to accept it together me and my wife together to alter his is China is kind of about rare. We got saved together because we both realized we both realized the mistakes that we made in that. We need to do this together. We need to do. And that's where it starts when you realize and you feel it in your heart and you're getting no strings pulp and you say wow. This is what I'm going to do because I believe I thought I believe in all this other stuff while look got me. You know the benefit to a of going to the altar and standing there before Christ standing there knowing that you are standing before the creator vomit can of heaven and earth and saying. Listen I believe in you. I'm GONNA follow you. I understand that you you guide you were buried in the third day you were raised. And that's what I stained by was a life changing experience because I remember standing there with her and Just feeling just feeling totally relieved and tears coming down my mic. Cheech and tears were flowing down her cheeks and after that it was it was just somethin'. Guide is forgiven. Me and and this is what it means to me the difference between Heaven and Hell because the things that I was doing I was heading straight for hell but now the things that I do. I know I'm still going to heaven. I'm still I'm still on my way and I'm GonNa make mistakes. And when people come to mandate Lower Tinker what you're doing you think you`re. I remember when you were out. That's fine. That's fine. They used to bother me at the beginning. But it doesn't bother manny more but I tell them look what Jesus did for me. Look what he'll do for you and God told me that he says you know it's not you that they hate it's me it's in you so you're going to he says you're GONNA be persecuted for my namesake because of who you serve. We still still continue to go to church and restore I started reading their bibles together and praying together. He's out things that we we never experienced because we never knew 'cause her background was You know you go to church. And her parents basically left it up to them to go to church and you went to Church on Holidays Easter Christmas or things along that line but You know after that things just started to change. We didn't even have vehicle. Didn't have no transportation and one day. My sister-in-law came up because she had seen changes in our lives and she She handed me a set of keys and said here. I have a van and undergrads. There you go get a choice and I said well how long's have been sitting there. And she says while at it's been down there about a year but Yours if you want it so I was pretty excited so we got a ride down there. I think she even took us down there and went there and I put the key in there and he pumped gas a little bit and that thing fared right up. My wife got a job at a at an egg farm and It was out away from from where we left but it just starts providing providing the things that that he knows that you need in order to survive and now realizing this word he said I will provide for you because if I can provide for all the other animals and birds and different things that live among us he says are two more important to me than than and I supply for them. So you know but these are things that issue as you learn and has you walk with Christ at. He starts teaching you on showing you yet. You never seen before because you were never in it but once you get over and you accept the Lord as your savior. I'll this open up so that you realize wow all this time I could ahead. This relationship in things would have been been better. But now you know having that relationship and Having that debt walk started in our lives night bought a study Bible and reading that me and my wife freedom debt together and praying together Corner Church and going into Sunday School and Bible study and doing those types of things and things that we look back at now. Survival Guide is really really doing a really blessing us and we felt blast and and it just it just goes on and on of the many blessings that God has been stowed on our lives that we otherwise wouldn't have experienced if we didn't get into that relationship with God but a true. This you know you you get tried and tested. Your faith is challenged at times because of You know you're not really sure if things and me not being raised into Bible didn't know really just head to head to rely totally guide of of what he wanted. Wanted me to do what he had planned for me. That's put it their way to the plan. Said he hid from me in my life and for not only me but my wife and my children and to be to beat that light. Everybody looked at me because I was a bouncer and I was doing all these things. People were afraid of me but to let guide into my heart in my life until him as my Lord and Savior was was just a life changing thing. It was ever something I have no regrets for the time said. I am challenge. I I just remember the way said I just to handle things and now I don't handle night anymore. I give to the Lord Thankful for what he's done for me gifted he's given to me and not only that but give me back. My family back Second chance an opportunity to to reach out at Amtrak district testimony that you can live in time search are going through now and you can stay in that and that turmoil or you can make a decision to get out of that turmoil and give it to the Lord no matter what. It is no matter whether you're native year on NATO and even at times I didn't feel I didn't feel alive. Where's he I guess I can say worthy of being used by GAT. But you don't know that until you take that step you don't realize how much God loves. Shore his plans are for you in his life and these are things that I had to learn is. I WANT. I walk with him. I'm holding his hand and as we walked together and go through this. He's always directed me our show me and Jeff. You'd hate to read Your Bible. You need to reach a word born. You need to do this it because it's not obese and I tell my kids that I guess you know something. Anybody can be an alcoholic. That's easy are you guys doors cupped alcoholic start drinking and eventually you'll become an alcoholic because you're allowed to take over consume your life. Anybody can be a drug addict. Anybody can be a prostitute or or drug dealer artistic. That's all the easy part. The hard part is not doing not giving into the pressures of society or this world and doing the things that God doesn't watch to do

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"manny" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

10:08 min | 4 months ago

"manny" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Tim as you point out in your story in the West people know that manny is a politician in the Philippines. But it's often couch to sort of a side note when we talk about his boxing. I don't think people really grasp how powerful he is winded it. I really hits you when you arrived in the Philippines that he was a actual contender there to replace Deteriora- as President I think it was more Sort of a visceral feel that I got. I was driving around with him leaving the Senate Chambers and heading toward his home. We've got this caravan with the motorcycles out front and the security van behind us. There's two state police officers national police officers with M16's across their laps. You know ready to go. I mean they`re. They're like head on a swivel. Making sure that nothing's happening to the senator and in the escalate. I'm I'm in with manny. We're in the second row. And and you know. He's sitting there with his left foot up on the center console. And he's looking out all these buses going by and all these poor people in just tired looking people are looking down wondering who's inside that car with the blackened windows there's a nine millimeter handgun right in the seat back in front of him and I just think that you know we're used to athletes getting this sort of treatment in in a way not to this extent but when I saw that it was like yeah this is this is real. This isn't just a guy who's a dilatot in politics. I mean he is definitely somebody that is taken seriously. How has he been able to both? Continue to be a boxer and be active senator. I it's been a juggling act in. He hasn't always succeeded within. He leads the Senate in absences and boxing is still I? When it's time to train. He comes to Los Angeles in the trains for six weeks and lives in his home there. He has probably managed to do it as well as he could. His trainer Freddie Roach famously was fired for suggesting that he couldn't do both since been retired but he had to take fight off for saying that so yeah he. He is managed. He's he's worked at both of them. It's kind of like a dual sport. Athlete I guess. What did you see when you went to the Senate with him? I was fortunate to be there during time when they were. They were debating one of his Co sponsored bills. The MONEY GOES RECOGNIZE. Nice which was a sin tax on alcohol tobacco and vaping all that the food and Drug Administration or if I shall politically regulate and You know he was mostly uninvolved. I will say the the female senator that was his co-sponsor did almost all work in each her. She and her staff were hard at work figuring things out and manny mostly just sat at his spot. It was fascinating because the president of the Senate. It was a tie vote in the president had to break. The Tie was about fifteen minutes before manny's official birthday president of the Senate and breaking the tie said I don't agree with this amendment but our champion will be having his birthday in fifteen minutes in this is essentially might gift and he voted in Ohio. It was it was like this microcosm of many pack yells life. You might not have earned it in the political sense but he got it anyway because of who he is is his platform pretty similar to deter tastes does not seem to be any daylight between them when it comes to things like the drug war is very openly on deter tayside into the point where and this drives the human rights world crazy is he denies that these extrajudicial killings or even happening. There's no excellent detailing in the Philippines. In fact the president tell them told them that we don't want extrajudicial killing and it's really hard to get where he's coming from if you're not there and then when you're there and people say he cannot in any way dissent from territory because that's where this is leading is that if he if he goes against through territory than his presidential ambitions are shot. Tim As you mentioned. Deteriora- is controversial in much the world. He's been criticized for the drug war and has many responded to those criticisms. Did you get the chance to ask him about any of this? I did? We spoke at length about it and and it is mostly denial it is. It is a defensive detaille. One of the ways he defends in this to say he basically doesn't mean what he's saying that do tear. Tate is using this psychological warfare to get people to see that what he's doing good for them and and you can't take everything he says at face value so the conversation can get a little circular when it comes to something like that because it's hard to get to the heart of things one thing man he will say and he says that that that the drug problem is is problem number one in the Philippines and that the answer to it is disciplined. This country needs to be disciplined and do taste Or maybe a champion boxer. Yeah one starts in the other continues. Perhaps what Spannis lifelike now ten Amina. It's it's very extravagant. I it's it's hard to really put into words. Just how many people work for him. And how many people at his house constantly and you know he's got a guy that his job is to cut his meat before he eats. I mean it's just like there's there's nothing he has to himself it seems except via senator. Nba fighter is birthday. Party was so lavish it was. It was unbelievable. It was in a beautiful ballroom in a five star hotel. There was an attire table for foreign ambassadors. There were six hundred people there. The seven course menu there were entertainers. There was a philharmonic orchestra. There were these two game. Show style emcees. There were singers. There was manny singing. His wife saying it was it was so so over the top. The highlight of every Manny Pacquiao. Birthday party is the Raffle at the end where he gave away two cars. He gave away money. They were stacks of money on the table and he was giving them away like two thousand and three thousand dollars per raffle three days earlier. He was standing in his driveway. Giving out essentially twenty dollar bills to the poorest of the or it's fascinating do you think in the Philippines. His rags to riches story too great riches you describe it is part of what makes him so admired. Oh it definitely is and I. And I think that combination of that and his generosity toward toward the people that live there and the poor people even his harshest critics will tell you that his generosity is genuine that that is the truest part of his platform is the idea that instead of in some ways going through the government process of helping people that then he prefers to do an himself. He has a housing project outside of his hometown of General Santos City where he is given land that he owns and put homes on it and he goes to squatters camps. He randomly picks up people and says here. You know come with me. You're getting a new home. In such a poverty stricken country. His wealth does not seem to be criticized or or envied. It's it's okay because he made it and he made it through the power of his own discipline in his own hard work. He still one of them. He just happened to figure this whole thing out in a way that is almost unthinkable in terms of its awed. Tim It's twenty twenty. The next presidential election in the Philippines is in two years. How could this all play out for Manny? Timing seems to just works so perfectly. He'll be forty three years old. I mean the fact that he's boxed as well as he has to. This point almost feels like house money right. I mean you guys. Don't stay this good in their in their early forties. It all seems to line up. Pretty well the exit from boxing and the entrance into this presidential race. It seems like it could be pretty seamless and if that does happen if Manny Pacquiao is elected president of the Philippines. T- think he'll go down as the most powerful athlete in human history. I wrecked my brain for a comparison. I can't find one. This isn't a tiny country. This isn't a sort of figure head job. It's an important place in Scott. A LOT OF PEOPLE. It's not over a hundred million people he would go from this abject. Poverty is a youngster to president of this country just the trajectory is is is unthinkable and I think that it would make him by far the most powerful athlete. Thanks so much. Thank you mean. I presented.

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"manny" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

04:57 min | 4 months ago

"manny" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Down Again Pac L. floors third time. How HAS OUT TO TIM? Most sports fans know many pack. Yao as one of the greatest professional boxers of all time he's won twelve major titles in eight weight divisions. What else is known for well right now? Manny Pacquiao is known as one of twenty four senators in the country of the Philippines. He is also not incidentally considered the front runner to succeed Rodrigue Oh do Turkey as president in the next election in two thousand twenty two. So he's got a lot going on. He's still boxing. When the Senate is not in session you know he could end up being perhaps the most powerful athlete in the world so I want to be clear. He is a legitimate candidate to be the next president of the Philippines. Yes like no joke. Not only candidate but front runner. I think that would be safe to say his popularity. Obviously his name appeal puts him above almost anyone else. I mean the only person that is considered a possible. Contender is Sarah detail. Who IS PRESIDENT? Rodrigo duterte taste daughter but two years ago. Rodriguez do tae endorsed Manny for the job. I asked me Rome precedent to be lending Gill Tim. You spent a week in the Philippines with Manny. Who gave you incredible access? What did you see while you were there spending time with them? I spent a lot of time with him at his house. Mostly watching him play chess with his friends and I also mean got to watch him at his job. His his job in the Philippines on on the Senate floor spent two days watching sessions there and saw him interact with other senators and got to see him. Go through the Monday daily business of Filipino politics. Well what is the current state of politics in the Philippines? Right now tim. Well I think the overriding state of Filipino. Politics is Rodriguez territory nicknamed the punisher Rodrigo. Taddei is a holly writing former city. Mayor who speaks his mind made my country. I only answer beautifully. I will not answer to amy other Bush. It's almost impossible to discuss. The State of politics in the Philippines without first discussing do taste drug war. The Philippine leader has faced harsh criticism for launching a bloody drug war in his country over the past year. Thousands of people have been killed in the brutal crackdown. Cbs News now. The drug issue in the Philippines is is massive. Twenty million people subsist on a dollar twenty five or less per day. The poverty has led so many people to resort to drugs out of hopelessness. It has affected so many people both the consumption of drugs and the trafficking of drugs. What detail has done is he has created. Essentially a lawlessness is sort of martial law. Unofficially in in Manila where people are killed just for being drug traffickers or being drug users. He has just come in and said he's going to have no tolerance for it and it has resulted in vigilante killings it's state sponsored killings so instead of dealing with it in more humanitarian terms. They've decided to deal with it in very draconian terms and I think that is the appeal of duty is that he's strong in that he protects everyone. And you're not GONNA have to be worried about this anymore. How have humanitarian groups are other governments looked at as drug war well? They've they've looked at it with with Shaq and in some cases rage. I think they feel that. It's a war on poor people. They feel that it is outside of due process that is created a vigilante system where people can kill their neighbors and just say the person is is a drug dealer and there's not any repercussions for that it still remains popular. It remains popular because in large part to charity has used his rhetoric to convince people that it should be popular and these extreme measures are the only ways to.

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Bryce Harper has no regrets entering Year 2 with Phillies: 'Just so happy to be here'

The Mungenast St. Louis Honda Sports Open Line

04:05 min | 4 months ago

Bryce Harper has no regrets entering Year 2 with Phillies: 'Just so happy to be here'

"Mind a calendar year after Philadelphia made so many big moves Bryce Harper ended up there they were the focus of much of the offseason storyline I guess last year you couldn't go anywhere Scott without people saying what do you think Miller Machado Harper Machado are gonna end up now the Phillies seemingly after a disappointing year managerial change finer the radar a bit is is that fair to say still an incredible amount of talent secure for Bryce Harper but I find them kind of intriguing in a division that's just loaded loaded loaded loaded yeah I mean that that that east is going to be very interesting I mean I was at Matt's camp I think the day before I was in Jupiter perhaps it was either the day before I saw the cardinals or the day after I mean the Mets rotation I've got like six or seven starters buying for five spots you know it's not just a gram center guard but it's strong man and I mean even Rick Porcello who has a sigh young on his resume and or sell and and and Michael Walker and you know I mean it pieces could fall together well there you know Atlanta is done really well the last couple years and yeah I mean in clear water today you know a ton of optimism I mean you know you would think you know Bryce Harper is kind of on the Manny Machado program both of them had such chaotic offseasons a year ago that you know you would think with everything calmed down yeah baby our world in his second year have a have or even you know better year last year or so so some of these numbers you know we were pretty good but others by his standards warrant I'm talking to him today yeah the biggest thing disappointed in him as he finished with a less than a hundred walks in he said there's no way I should ever have less than our walk so yeah that suggested that he would you know he was kind of maybe a little too eager not as patient last year but you think of our comes back big thing with them is that somebody injuries last year you don't have a conscience back yes I don't know if he's gonna be ready for the start of the season but he should be ready shortly there after yeah Koch and you know they were her last year with with this many you know knee injury Arianna was hurt hello while last year the young couple their relievers war the LG but if I get a little bit of good good lot of hell yeah JT real Miro's probably that is gonna catchers there is in the game right now and yeah you put him in Bryce Harper yeah add a DD Gregorius from the Yankees he'll play shortstop and she's a girl bounce over to sac and there's there's a lot to like about this team you know I heard all of the bounce back year but they added yeah nation as well Yolanda talent we will get over that side this you were there last year and holy cow you just you know look at and what they have on paper all of the guys they can throw at you during the spring so these games when you see you know twenty five thirty guys it's it's remarkable so that that division is going to be some to see and I don't know make maybe the nationals team that actually won the World Series maybe they're fine under the radar as well because of everything so maybe some you know sleeping giants in the NL east from a storyline standpoint yeah exactly I mean you're right I will talk about the bats in the Phillies and and yeah all the national there yeah and by the way there already we're dealing like the forgotten team looks like you're right could you imagine he's going to beat them last year and then this all came out and they were sharing a complex is all that would be so bad that it would be first of all you're right just in the west Palm Beach it would be really awkward at that complex second of all for baseball I mean thank god I didn't wait a second time in three years last year that would be it would be even worse than it is right now Scott Miller from bleacher report Turner sports big league

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NBA trade deadline: Winners, losers and teams in between

Weekend Edition Saturday

04:19 min | 5 months ago

NBA trade deadline: Winners, losers and teams in between

"Flurry of trades in the NBA a blockbuster in baseball mortar common colds to memorialize Kobe Bryant and highly visible way joined by ESPN's Howard Bryant good morning hours good morning Scott how are you I'm fine thanks is awesome aggressive deals in the NBA trade at the trade deadline who do you rack up as the winners and losers well and I'm not sure about the winners and losers of the trade deadline but certainly the winners and losers right now of the first half of the season you've got a look at the Lakers in the west and and the Milwaukee Bucks I think they are head and shoulders above everybody else how could you hold on for a moment our you know head yes government for you almost got me for a second there's got yeah Milwaukee is terrific and and they're great they're holding on the crushed Philadelphia the other night I thought coming into the season it was gonna be Philadelphia Milwaukee Los Angeles and Los Angeles Lakers and the clippers but I'm not too sure about the other two yet but we've got a long way to go I think trade deadline wise I think Miami Heat got much much better they got on great good dollar they made a very good deal with Memphis I think that Philadelphia tried to shore up of making a deal with with the warriors and de Angelo Russell going to Minnesota who knows what that's gonna do maybe there's a late run there but the bottom line is coming forward right now I still think that you've got two teams in this league disappointed the Boston Celtics didn't do anything but I think it's the box and the Lakers right now an official memorial for Kobe Bryant's been set for February twenty fourth they've been calls to make his image a permanent part of the game you even rent a Poland that did I did I read a little Twitter poll this morning which was soundly rejected to replace Kobe Bryant is Jerry west to is the logo of the NBA with cut him a cell away from the silhouette of your request yes absolutely and it would have been fitting in some ways because Jerry west was the the man behind making sure Kobe Bryant ended up with the Lakers making that draft day trade with the Charlotte Hornets and I I understand add on one on one level the need or they want to want to memorialize Kobe I also understand that the NBA has been around since nineteen forty seven and maybe it's time to create a new logo Jerry west has been there fifty years since nineteen sixty nine however I do think that if you're going to think about and I'm a new logo or and a modern logo it's probably got to be Michael Jordan right or but I got an arm and a leg yeah but I also understand the desire right now for people to feel that something should be done for Kobe Bryant after after all that happened Boston Red Sox LA Dodgers Minnesota Twins switching sports agreed to a three team trade Tuesday that's been perhaps delay it has been delayed because of some medical records Mookie Betts has what they call a generational player MVP Golden Gloves traded to the Dodgers are the red Sox making the worst roster decision since they sold Babe Ruth's contract well if you red Sox fans are very happy about it especially because it's a generational player Mookie Betts is a beloved player two years ago he wins the M. B. P. and they won the World Series you're looking at a guy that fans just adore and it's a very cynical move in some ways but it also may very well be a huge business deal for them because number one we know that super star players now at this level after Manny Machado deal after the Bryce Harper deal your it in and now the the Gerrit Cole deal you're looking at three hundred and fifty four hundred million dollars to sign a player and if Mookie Betts didn't want to play with the red Sox will find out over the next several weeks and months if that was the case then of course they had to move them but on the other hand if that's not the case the red Sox are a super power they can sign whoever they want they've got money it's looking like a cynical deal we will see I'm good at and by the way I got as you know your cubs aren't far behind because you've got a guy like Chris Brian who's another cornerstone player and what does that mean for the cubs keep these players and the fans love him yeah thank you very much ESPN's Howard Bryant thanks so much no my pleasure

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Blockbuster deal: Red Sox agree to trade Mookie Betts, David Price to Dodgers

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:38 min | 5 months ago

Blockbuster deal: Red Sox agree to trade Mookie Betts, David Price to Dodgers

"So the dodgers Red Sox have agreed to a blockbuster deal two thousand eighteen. Al Mvp Mookie. Betts and pitcher. David price have been traded to Los Angeles. Is it monkey the second best player in baseball. My crazy I thought it was Mike. Troughton mookie Betts might not now in the three-team team deal the dodgers. Since outfield Alex Vertigo to Boston and Kenza Majeida to the twins and the Red Sox also receive pitching prospects bruised doc from Minnesota clearly. Obviously a money thing for Boston it has they WanNa get below the luxury tax threshold price as a three year. Ninety six nine dollar deal and mookie designed a Deal as well okay. Okay I got a taste of first of all dodgers are very well run and in the dodgers do not spend. They're very smart. They spend a lot more than they do. They have a ton. The dodgers have great farm system and everybody they bring up works like everybody so they spend a lot of money on research and development development. They have passed. They passed on Harper. They passed on Zach grinky they passed on somebody else. That was expensive. Manny Machado. That didn't go all in on him. So for the dodgers to go in on McKee bets. It tells you he's a he's a day. One changed the franchise talents superstar or star. Yes he is the second best player in the sport. I don't know what his war consecutive gold glove last year. Obviously when AOL. MVP and she says. How are the red sox struggling struggling with money? I don't get it. I thought it was the Yankees made the most money because they have the necessary they have a regional network. That's a cash cow so yankees make the most money. Isn't it like dodgers Red Sox.

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Boxing news: Andy Ruiz Jr reportedly considering Teddy Atlas as new trainer, famously strict coach who worked

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

01:44 min | 5 months ago

Boxing news: Andy Ruiz Jr reportedly considering Teddy Atlas as new trainer, famously strict coach who worked

"News broken last twenty four hours about who has parted ways with trainer manny robots before we get to anything else let's let's just talk about that for a second many robe liz takes eddie ruis to one of the biggest upsets in heavyweight boxing history just like seven or eight months months ago and now he eats his way out of contention to win the rematch way overweight doesn't pay attention to many robots and now many rogue as is is out i mean what do you make of any releases decision there well it's always the trainer's fault right i mean it's never the fighters fault that's the way boxing history as for the most part but manny rojas is a very good trainer he was very honest both before and after the fight and said hey look we warned him as we move closer to the fight get it together your weight is too high you know let's really start training take this more seriously let's go let's go let's go and and released did what he did and came in fifteen fifteen pounds heavier than he did for the first fight and we all know what happened thereafter so i it's i'm not surprised because it's the trainer is almost always the fall guy for for fighter losing i haven't heard specifically what andy where we said about parting ways with his trainer i don't know if he was unhappy about the criticism that manny robe liz offered after the fight but he was being honest and and and and we welcome that as as reporters i of course chris right we wanna hear guys tell us the truth not sugar coat everything and i i think manny was honest about it and but i think he'd light you know he likes andy and and and and clearly did a great job with him a pulled off one of the biggest upsets sets in boxing history and last june so it'd be interesting to see which direction he goes in for his next trainer but i mean this is on him

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No Bail For Man Charged With Killing Father, Son In Framingham

WBZ Afternoon News

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

No Bail For Man Charged With Killing Father, Son In Framingham

"Also today arraignment for the man accused of shooting a father and son in Framingham WBZ TV is Michelle Fisher was there a new day Delgado tore as will remain in custody a judge deciding today he'll be held without bail rallies alleged il gato tore as is responsible for killing forty five year old James Manny wait it is twenty four year old son James wait investigators say both were shot dead Friday night on second street and beaver circle terrace a parking lot that's known to police for drug activity investigators are concerned with how the violence but innocent neighbors at risk damage was left behind when a stray bullet shot into a nearby apartment for two children were sleeping now at the arraignment today Delgado Taurus pleading not guilty to the charges against him as Attorney arguing there was no probable

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"manny" Discussed on I Don't Get It

I Don't Get It

18:24 min | 9 months ago

"manny" Discussed on I Don't Get It

"Hey guys it's lauren and as an Ashley manny and you way you guys ask for it and we delivered I'm so excited to have you for spooky season take almost five million five million on Youtube for something ally Graham that's going to give them both plot burs I feel like it doesn't roll over as well yeah no totally really hard to grow separately so what's your plan I started it so long ago that I think that that's really what helped me started like sixty five years ago and I started like my instagram and scream when I started my youtube so they're both like relatively BBC kind of them yeah rather than like having one and then like crazy can you platform what was the first video watching Youtube that made you want to be a youtuber question I think it was the Michelle Fon Lady Gaga transformation like so many like CGI is I was so I've watched I literally million you were always in a makeup I wa- I liked makeup like growing up is like Oh my God like account like us Minka I was like straight growing up I couldn't use it like it's hot boy thing to do so I never really liked played with their never really used it I wash my mom transform in the morning and I want to do it but I never really played with it until like I was like twenty one how old are you now twenty eh master trajectories it's fascinating event impressed speaking of trajectory how'd you start did you start with a little conceal her Sundays and then you grew from there actually started like doing drag first few times nobody would like for Halloween so it was like you know I was like itself the whole year and then I was like okay on Halloween I'm gonNA drive when we so cume pretty and then I did it I loved it I loved to do makeup and I wasn't really like to wear a hair or wigs or you know nails or heels I don't like any other stuff but just the makeup so that's kind of what stuck for me and that's how also coming up this was like really refund I loved I loved forming and you kept the beard that's like iconic TV yes yes I mean not when I did dry eyed shaved it normally I always keep the beard yep talks about the first video that went up and when you kind of realize okay this is going to be my life and my business it wasn't toy hit a hundred thousand followers on Youtube the I like left dukes working back at the time and I was like okay I'm making enough on ad sense like from Google getting paid to live off of just that and not even have to work I MAC anymore so that's why it wasn't a really like a video that set me apart it was like when I reached a threshold like three hundred thousand it that always the goal manner did you having fun with totally I was so were you working at Mac and then thought oh youtube or reworking at Mac to get you through the time until you reach that point on Youtube no it's actually so I was like inbetween because I was going to school fulltime and to get Yes oh my health science degree and I wanted to be plastic surgeons that was like my real goal between by like bachelors and masters like wanting to go between that stage and so that's what I found like right in that like nook and so I was like okay like this is really fun and kind of like left the medical field a little bit and start pursuing I worked for I worked at Mac and wiles pursuing school and then all over aesthetics all illiterate I loved transforming or doing whatever you wanted to do with your face and so I founded and I was like I'm suing Creator Youtube Channel for fun out trying to become permanent tells a freelancer so I wasn't a permanent like Mac artists while I was like crazy that you didn't get hired and that's what you wanted and so many people look at that as a setback and now you're literally like like the your shot at it like open another one your videos at the beginning or I don't anymore I haven't entered thing to do it AH you said that my own videos like I did everything myself I will be like my room I bought my little too like soft boxes from Amazon girl let's get that shit like ordered box it's like lighting little box lights in Glam Room yeah absolutely and so I just I would just in my room in front of my closet recording like hey guys it's like my foundation routine for when I go to Sephora this is my this is my how hard video like when he did a lot of people that were reaching out to me like I got hired Amac Oh love your unique angles yes like fun like like I was still working there so that's how I like like my how to do like a smokey eye but like make you pretty the gold yeah interesting okay I wanted about plastic surgery Kinda ties into your I don't get it so we already vocalized I don't get it before getting air or at least my big one for the week so Oh go round in a circle now actually today I am the I don't get it yeah okay and Danny okay so I don't get it for the week is that Bella Hadid was announced as by the not Pasig surgeon but from the Greek model of beauty the Greek equation for beauty being the most beautiful won't like known woman woman there's this weird the equation yeah that the Greeks came up with the determine what beautiful is and I'm sure met cemetry has something to do with it I just looking at Bellas face I it looks way overdone to me like I'm all for doing things but I'm not for doing something like actually looks uncomfortable her face looks uncomfortable right now I think she's so Paul Donning and I would say that she's a second most people because Haley obviously goes number one I think she looks really good but I'm sure people are going mad because she's not natural what I was GonNa take so my take is first of all bill is dawning Gosh I don't think her looks uncomfortable I think she really this I would do wind tunnel at all I don't know I feel like Kurt she actually lengthen her face so much it's like UNRIG I don't understand how our faces so long I'm sure agree with you there is a model and the name is escaping me but that she looks exactly like a model from back in the day which actually creep me out when I saw it because it made me think maybe she takes his picture in in his try if I show it to you ashleigh it's crazy I'll tell you guys in the face booker but I agree with you Laura or with the people that you are mentioning I don't think it's fair to call someone the most beautiful if you like got all this work done I think you can be like beautiful natural I in my take is actually that you can be considered that if it's all fake I think Kim is stunning Kim is like my everything but she's not naturally yeah the most beautiful beautiful inside true I think that it's such a hard tell because in this exact moment like she's the most beautiful quote unquote most beautiful like right now but like what you have gotten that like five years ago doubt it now but she they don't really care that it's plastic surgery that's mayor I personally just don't find her I find her beautiful but I don't find her to be like this I would the naturally pulled well we can see pictures of her for back in the day she she is that's I don't think that's the point I think like according to the Greek thing it's all just the definition of beauty by this Greek being it's actual like numbers and equations which sure if you want to accomplish that by the this whatever but actual beauty is determined by many other things than an equation so it's all ready on.

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"manny" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"manny" Discussed on First and Last

"And he is that what it's going to be like from Chato or is he going to make too many questionable decisions. And caused too many questionable acts where we can't forget about. What are the Padres? Getting. That's what we don't know. But what would help them veteran leadership that USA today's Bob Nightingale says on Spain and Fitz. They don't really have. I think the only concern there is the Padres on have a whole lot of bench leadership. You know, the Yankees have been right there as they play with veterans in Baltimore in Los Angeles. You know to to sell it was going to be the guy who kind of disciplined people around there in LA. No, Adam Jones in in Baltimore. So we'll see you don't have that presence now. So they're not winning. I think it will be interesting. Yeah. It's the richest contract. Of its kind ten years three hundred million dollars. You are investigating investing thirty million bones a year into Manny Machado, and there are a lot of people including our own, Freddie. Coleman on ESPN radio who are suspicious cynical. I think those words fit to say the least Manny Machado is going to disappear because the San Diego Padres are not any good, and I'm understating this sniffy wins last year. Seventy one win the two thousand seventeen sixty eight to two thousand sixteen as a matter of fact, the last winning season for the sandiego Padres was two thousand and ten so you're going to get paid that kind of money if demand Machado, there's no doubt take the money and the tenure contract because for the next two years. The only time we're going to see or hear about you will be on highlights because Abe. Go Padres are not going to be any good for two years three years possibly for years. So take that money and run if you are Manny Machado, and he got that. But don't you have to know Dari nowkhah with your first and last that was pretty Coleman. You heard him last night on Freddie and Fitz him, but don't you have to know? If you're Machado, you're not signing into this deal with any expectations of winning this year and possibly not the next. But I think and I think a lot of people think the Padres will be one of the bigger surprises in baseball. It might be one of those teams that intil September is at least in a wildcard chase. They could be interesting. And by the way, Keith law the SPN zone who I have one thousand percent respect for because the dude knows his stuff says the Padres have the best farm system in baseball, those that think about this if they're in contention. They could if they're in contention at all come the trade deadline, potentially have the pieces to make a massive deal for a big time edition or to to help that team. And maybe all of a sudden they do become a contender this season. First and last podcast, first and last ESPN radio Dory. Noca- with you. I last brought to you by Pennzoil synthetics taking synthetic motor oil performance to a whole new level. Make the switch to Pennzoil synthetics today..

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

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:55 min | 1 year ago

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

"Get to Marsh label ten bolt college football predictions for two thousand nineteen. This is amazing. He says that urban Meyer is going to be the next head coach at USC. He also says the Oklahoma Sooners aren't going anywhere. So they're staying in Oklahoma. Are you kidding me? Okay. Not going anywhere. They're not going anywhere the Oklahoma program. What you're telling us is got a lifetime. Lease. They're not going to end up in Las Vegas. They're not gonna end up anywhere. They're going to only be in Oklahoma, the Sooners of Oklahoma. They're not going anywhere. That's what layabout says yet not going anywhere. All right. I don't even know if that's positive or negative to not go anywhere suggests that you're running in place. It doesn't not going anywhere. Is he trying to say that they're going to stay some kind of good where they allow sixty points on defense and tried to score seventy on offense going anywhere. They've been running in place for a while. You're right. The same season every season they points. Eleven Wayne's one or two losses. Quarterback run in place run in place run in place. Give a stoops Ajab run in place running placed running plays. Give us the job Jason white Heisman. Paul finebaum had this to say about many many years going to join us in a half hour. This is what Paul finebaum had to say. What did you just do that, Mike? What are you doing one everyone for the television that we actually have a Paul find book yet? We do. It is a replica of Paul finebaum face. He is raining down horror on many days. I look forward to playing this sound in a half hour to Manny Manny was introduced today in Miami. In my missing something. I just thought he was introduced at temple Manny, would you mind explaining please one apologize especially to the players at temple. However in the short time that I was there and just being around the guys and understanding the culture in that locker room in the talent in that locker room. I have every confidence that that team understands that their Bill to win many. You're full of crap you prompt. Bunch of players that they would play for you at temple. And then you failed on them after three weeks try doing that. If your college football player, I don't think I wanna sign here any longer. I'm gonna lead. Yeah. About that. Mr. NCWA, president Mark Emmer. My I want that clip. So that it just ends with many your full of crap at like, I want a response right there. So if you could edit out the rest of what finebaum to say, I just I just wanna hear what many is has to say to. Hey, manning, your full of crap you went to temple you told the us and temple that that was your dream job until a better dream became available..

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

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:55 min | 1 year ago

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

"Get to Marsh label ten bolt college football predictions for two thousand nineteen. This is amazing. He says that urban Meyer is going to be the next head coach at USC. He also says the Oklahoma Sooners aren't going anywhere. So they're staying in Oklahoma. Are you kidding me? Okay. Not going anywhere. They're not going anywhere the Oklahoma program. What you're telling us is got a lifetime. Lease. They're not going to end up in Las Vegas. They're not gonna end up anywhere. They're going to only be in Oklahoma, the Sooners of Oklahoma. They're not going anywhere. That's what layabout says yet not going anywhere. All right. I don't even know if that's positive or negative to not go anywhere suggests that you're running in place. It doesn't not going anywhere. Is he trying to say that they're going to stay some kind of good where they allow sixty points on defense and tried to score seventy on offense going anywhere. They've been running in place for a while. You're right. The same season every season they points. Eleven Wayne's one or two losses. Quarterback run in place run in place run in place. Give a stoops Ajab run in place running placed running plays. Give us the job Jason white Heisman. Paul finebaum had this to say about many many years going to join us in a half hour. This is what Paul finebaum had to say. What did you just do that, Mike? What are you doing one everyone for the television that we actually have a Paul find book yet? We do. It is a replica of Paul finebaum face. He is raining down horror on many days. I look forward to playing this sound in a half hour to Manny Manny was introduced today in Miami. In my missing something. I just thought he was introduced at temple Manny, would you mind explaining please one apologize especially to the players at temple. However in the short time that I was there and just being around the guys and understanding the culture in that locker room in the talent in that locker room. I have every confidence that that team understands that their Bill to win many. You're full of crap you prompt. Bunch of players that they would play for you at temple. And then you failed on them after three weeks try doing that. If your college football player, I don't think I wanna sign here any longer. I'm gonna lead. Yeah. About that. Mr. NCWA, president Mark Emmer. My I want that clip. So that it just ends with many your full of crap at like, I want a response right there. So if you could edit out the rest of what finebaum to say, I just I just wanna hear what many is has to say to. Hey, manning, your full of crap you went to temple you told the us and temple that that was your dream job until a better dream became available..

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"manny" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"manny" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Let's not waste any time best for last after almost three hours. Colin apparently hasn't gotten to the point yet. Quit holding out on us coward it's the best for less alright series tied at two went thirteen innings last night. Cody Bellinger who didn't start was off to a one for twenty to start in the series got plugged in the eighth, and then in the thirteenth drove in Manny, Machado and Tom Verduci FOX, baseball analyst is joining us. Okay, let's start with Manny Machado. I said this earlier, Tom sports has a his. History of agitators, Rodman lamb, beer, Richard Sherman, Josh Norman, they are poking the ribs get in your head. I could argue Manny Machado. Nobody was at risk physically. He was a troll last night. They called a troll on the internet. He's getting into Milwaukee's head. He's had a tremendous series. I'm not. I've seen this my whole life in sports, but my guess is Milwaukee, doesn't see it that way. You talked to Christian yelich. What did he say? Well, he had no problem calling out Manny Machado calling that a dirty play by a dirty player and Khan. I think the reason he was so bothered by was because you had Aggie lar the first basement in a vulnerable position, and they saw that as a play by a channel that was not necessary and was reckless. So yeah, I mean, listen, Manny, of course, it's a good word to use a troll in this case on the field, at least because he's in middle of so many storms. You begin to believe that maybe he is the storm. Well, here's the thing. My favorite baseball player of all time was George Brett, but if you Google his career, he missed twenty-five thirty games a year. Machado doesn't miss any. He plays every day. He doesn't always run hard to I, but he's wildly productive. He's one of the five stars in the sports. And I gotta be honest, I, it's, I grew up with our Bosque, Mickey rivers, all sorts of Mark Federick Ricky Henderson, quirky guys, Machado's got an ego. Oh, I think he's I would. I mean, listen, the cubs were the Yankees are going to go after him, right? Like this isn't going to dissuade teams from going after Machado right. No, I don't think so. Listen, I think what you're talking about is the guy who shows his frustrations on the field in ways that really probably are not professional, not running a ball out the play at first base last night that will not dissuade people from giving this guy, three hundred million dollars plus because of the talent and the ability. In fact, you saw that in the thirteenth inning. His read on first base on that ball in the dirt was incredible, gets the second base and has a great score from second base on the winning base hit. So talent is going to win. He's twenty six years old. Listen, I do think there's going to be some teams out there. This will give them pause. They will have to do a little more homework into the character. When you turn over that much money to a player, you want to feel good about what you're doing that that investment is a good one. So I think it will give some teams pause, but the bottom line talking about money is a bottom line, right? Not sure that's gonna change all that much because what happened just last night into. Interesting game for the dodgers kershaw's a first ballot hall of Famer, but has had some well documented postseason struggles, Dave Roberts in the analytic era where managers make lesson, have less leverage will probably get blamed. That's the way it works. If this talented roster doesn't win, could it? Could this be Dave Roberts last game, the manager of the dodgers Clayton Kershaw dodger career, not be as long lasting as we thought. I mean, I think this game today, if the dodgers lose it's one of the biggest dodger games in five, six years. What's your takeaway Kirsch on robbers. It seems like we've been in a situation so many times with Kirsch getting the ball where you say it's a big game. He's gotta come through. Just go back to last year game five of the World Series complete clunker with that series tied. So yes, this could be his last start..

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"manny" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

35:54 min | 2 years ago

"manny" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I thought and think he'll stay there. Because they have all the money in the. World but again a Mark fine sand of major league baseball? Dot, com He's gonna be with us at nine on five. It's, a recorded interview that we. Did around, five o'clock bottom line is he thinks Manny may not stay with Hollywood. And majors go to the. Highest bidder however the highest better could be I mean they have the. Money could be the dodgers so I wouldn't be surprised he seems. To be happy they're already well how who wouldn't be getting, out. Of the Orioles organization, but the bottom? Line is I would think he might stay there Manny is going speaking of Manny is. Calling from, saddle river Manny you're on the family what's going on Hi, Steve. Have you okay Manny. How about yourself Bad. Humidity, screen, see I? Have, a. Couple of comments Okay I think everybody gets on. Some you, know only guy guy was, seven had an ER innovate came out when have bad. Day I can we have, a guy break when he does we think as well I don't understand that the other. One of j we maybe give it up like what turn, today we got I've talked to young kid so he I need coverage second which which did cost at least, one, month could cost? Us navy more like the. I heard, you say wild go was? I come we never get on, boom because boy why did he come out and I. Agree on your cheek you want to send, it was, the only taking on.

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"manny" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"manny" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Certainly a team like the Phillies Braves, who were a little more concerned with trying to keep players around for next season seasons. After that they probab-. They didn't want to go over the top to overpay for Manny Machado. And if you're the dodgers you look at Kramer for God's sake. He was a fourteenth round pick just two years ago and all of a sudden he looks like he's an interesting prospect, and if you could do that reliably, then you're able to make trades like this pretty reliably. I'm looking up Zac pop now. So live on the podcast. I can tell you that he's his find whatever he's our lever. So he's a, he's a minor league reliever who's made it too high. He has an era in high of zero point three, three, that's good. But obviously you can just assume it is not supported by the other stuff. And so we've got Kramer we've gotten Valera. We've got d. Who got hop and who's the guy Ryland Bannon the third basement Ryland spell that Ryland our way l. a. and Ryland Bannon Riley Bannon is he's twenty two years old and he is. He's a second baseman, third baseman. He's in high. He's been good. He's a, he's got a w plus and high of one fifty nine. But if you were the dodgers so Valera is the guy who's major league ready now. He's in the majors, but maybe a low upside guy de as in AA, and then you've got Kramer who is just bumped up to AA Bannon in high and pop in. So this is when you have a five player package, you could say it's good because it gives the Orioles more of a chance of hitting on one of them, but also not never gives up five really good prospects for retinal just doesn't happen. So whatever. I don't know. It's going to be a long dark appeared for the Orioles, but at least this is behind them now. Right? So if you're a dodgers and you're probably thinking, hey, we just got many. Chato and we didn't have to give up do go or may or breeze or any of their really top guys other than DS. So I think you have to look at that as as victory. Probably I don't know that that means you should look at it as a loss. If you're in Oreo spin other than the fact that you could say, well, if we had traded him over the off season or we traded a year ago, maybe we actually would have gotten more of a return. And that is certainly true, but I don't know, just kind of snap judgment. I don't know that there's anything to criticize the Orioles about given that they are trading a guy who has two three months left on his contract here depending on the playoffs. I mean, I think we just kind of have established the level for what you can get back for a guy with that little time remaining. Even if it's a guy like many Machado, and you're just almost certainly not going to get the best prospect in any good organization. I mean, you can. Point to the aroldis Chapman gleyber Torres deal. But that was sort of an anomaly I think just in the cubs were really, really going for it. They needed that World Series win. They were going to pay through the nose for tourists. And at the time it seemed like maybe they didn't really even have a place for him. So that was sort of a special circumstance. And so if you're trading Machado at the two thousand eighteen trade deadline, this is what you're going to get and probably should've traded him a lot sooner. But given that they held onto him, this long, this is kind of how it goes. And if you're an Orioles fan, I know just from speaking to my editor, Rubin who is heartbroken by the whole thing. It just kind of is a rip the bandaid off moment. They weren't gonna, bring him back there almost wouldn't be a point in bringing back given what else they have right now. So you just have to move on and be grateful that you made the playoffs a few times with Manny, and you want some games and that's how it goes. He probably did more with many than the angel. Nls will have done with my trout by the time his tenure there is over. Let's not talk about trackers..

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"manny" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"manny" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Certainly a team like the Phillies Braves, who were a little more concerned with trying to keep players around for next season seasons. After that they probab-. They didn't want to go over the top to overpay for Manny Machado. And if you're the dodgers you look at Kramer for God's sake. He was a fourteenth round pick just two years ago and all of a sudden he looks like he's an interesting prospect, and if you could do that reliably, then you're able to make trades like this pretty reliably. I'm looking up Zac pop now. So live on the podcast. I can tell you that he's his find whatever he's our lever. So he's a, he's a minor league reliever who's made it too high. He has an era in high of zero point three, three, that's good. But obviously you can just assume it is not supported by the other stuff. And so we've got Kramer we've gotten Valera. We've got d. Who got hop and who's the guy Ryland Bannon the third basement Ryland spell that Ryland our way l. a. and Ryland Bannon Riley Bannon is he's twenty two years old and he is. He's a second baseman, third baseman. He's in high. He's been good. He's a, he's got a w plus and high of one fifty nine. But if you were the dodgers so Valera is the guy who's major league ready now. He's in the majors, but maybe a low upside guy de as in AA, and then you've got Kramer who is just bumped up to AA Bannon in high and pop in. So this is when you have a five player package, you could say it's good because it gives the Orioles more of a chance of hitting on one of them, but also not never gives up five really good prospects for retinal just doesn't happen. So whatever. I don't know. It's going to be a long dark appeared for the Orioles, but at least this is behind them now. Right? So if you're a dodgers and you're probably thinking, hey, we just got many. Chato and we didn't have to give up do go or may or breeze or any of their really top guys other than DS. So I think you have to look at that as as victory. Probably I don't know that that means you should look at it as a loss. If you're in Oreo spin other than the fact that you could say, well, if we had traded him over the off season or we traded a year ago, maybe we actually would have gotten more of a return. And that is certainly true, but I don't know, just kind of snap judgment. I don't know that there's anything to criticize the Orioles about given that they are trading a guy who has two three months left on his contract here depending on the playoffs. I mean, I think we just kind of have established the level for what you can get back for a guy with that little time remaining. Even if it's a guy like many Machado, and you're just almost certainly not going to get the best prospect in any good organization. I mean, you can. Point to the aroldis Chapman gleyber Torres deal. But that was sort of an anomaly I think just in the cubs were really, really going for it. They needed that World Series win. They were going to pay through the nose for tourists. And at the time it seemed like maybe they didn't really even have a place for him. So that was sort of a special circumstance. And so if you're trading Machado at the two thousand eighteen trade deadline, this is what you're going to get and probably should've traded him a lot sooner. But given that they held onto him, this long, this is kind of how it goes. And if you're an Orioles fan, I know just from speaking to my editor, Rubin who is heartbroken by the whole thing. It just kind of is a rip the bandaid off moment. They weren't gonna, bring him back there almost wouldn't be a point in bringing back given what else they have right now. So you just have to move on and be grateful that you made the playoffs a few times with Manny, and you want some games and that's how it goes. He probably did more with many than the angel. Nls will have done with my trout by the time his tenure there is over. Let's not talk about trackers..

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"manny" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"manny" Discussed on WEEI

"Don't need manny machado the yankees have so much right handed power hitting they do not need another right handed bat and what are you going to do with miguel and do hard i guess you're going to trade him because if you don't trade him then what where's it gonna play first base greg bird is coming along nicely now you just have to give him time to get healthy and machado's not gonna play short on the new york yankees because didi gregorius is one of the best defensive shortstops in baseball he is much better defensively than manny machado if the yankees want to sign him next next offseason okay then they could figure out what to do but for this year does manny machado elevate them over the red sox maybe i don't even think so i think they're better served using their young players because the yankees have some of the best trade chips and all baseball but the keys need a starting pitcher that's to acquire at the trade deadline use your assets the go out there and get a stud pitcher and i don't even know if assad pitchers out there j might be the best pitcher out there and he's like a three four but maybe you can get a madison bumgarner maybe a cole hamels who has postseason experience those are names are gonna look out for at the trade deadline with the team like the new york yankees but for manny machado i think i would say phillies number one on my list i'd say dodgers are number two because i think the dodgers could make a play for him thinking that there's a lot of competition there in the nfl west and maybe getting a manny machado when they can certainly afford to get manny machado well then maybe he puts them over the top another team that's interesting is what i was reading earlier on sunday the indians and i know that the indians it's not a power hitting shortstop that's what what is up need right now it's more bullpen help but imagine if they were able to acquire machado and zach britton that's a big time trade they'd be that is a trade where you can part ways with some talent to rent manny machado and get zach britton because you're making another run at the world series right now you know you're better than anybody in the central you have a leg up you'll win the division but will you succeed in the postseason manny machado and zach britton maybe you do win that divisional series that's certainly an interesting team to look out for and along those lines similarly what about the milwaukee brewers if they think they can overtake the cubs and that central then maybe manny machado is the reason the answer there what about the diamondbacks is their window shrinking or is there window just opening maybe they could make a run this season winning the national league west and going into the postseason with a manny machado where he ends up absolutely changes the landscape of baseball for the time being we understand that he is just a rental but that's gonna be the biggest storyline coming out of the all star break because there's just two weeks left before the trade deadline eight five five three two three.

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"manny" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"manny" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Even though a few hours ago we installed and started with our manny machado moratorium hoping we wouldn't get any more colds about with manny machado and i think it's safe to say that right now and for the next eighteen days we can and will say that the new york yankees have a better chance of getting manny paquito manny moda manny san fran manny fernandez manny alexander manny trio manny power and getting out of retirement manny ramirez then getting manny machado not going to happen and not the before but not between now and july thirty one that's for sure unless the yankees want to get him to pitch roderick is calling from the bronx rick here on the fan of new york city what's going on what are you doing well we're doing oh i don't know i'm doing i'll let you know good i'm calling you remember i spoke about stanton i'm judea day that they should kind of approaches well not really but it doesn't matter but what i to call is above the mingo herman pitcher yes i think he has is that he himself mentally you know he's before the game is and so four but he has to have a bit of visualisation and say okay when i get into the game the first inning this is what i'm gonna do i'm gonna take the bull here i mean there's mine it should be successful then when he gets here that's what people do another sports especially basketball you going to the room and you make believe it's going well let me say this about demane go her mom he looked more like domingo's herman and they're not getting the job done i don't think and i think rodriguez safe to say.

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"manny" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"manny" Discussed on The Short Porch

"The big dig you tweeting this up yeah that's right now bleacher just fuck you beat me god dammit condiment york fleas sorry this is terrible but anyway we're oh yeah tuesday like tuesday was rough because you gave moat like greg bird finally hit you had five runs should when a baseball game and most of the bullpen was good except for the two guys that have been so dominant in dream in batanes is like if you would've told me coming into it that the anki we're gonna win this game as long as both chad green and all the tencent didn't blow the game out of like take that times ten it happened to be just a very like unite where they both just sorry i'm still okay yeah i we weren't time this is hot macarena grill it was like it's a game they could have won but like you're to dominant relievers had off my like it's it's a rarity i mean what happened was manny machado beat you that's good manny machado defeated in the yankees on fucking susan i it was literally all him and that's why cashman's like i've had enough i'm just gonna trade for this guy dumb shit greg bird homered again in that game we just talk about that that was nice to see a big home run you know really the yankees reading no hit for four innings by perfect into no i think it's perfect game by andrew cashier and and then bird the offense comes alive has an opposite field hit they got another guy on and then bird hits this ball the fucking utah street and they'll sudden like wow we can beat the orioles this can happen and maybe the next pitch the oil saw matt machado senator saturn and was all tied up and yeah the bullpen couldn't hold it did you think judge is gonna rob home homerun to right trotto thinking well i thought that was gonna be the greatest cats ever seen i feel bad from sometimes that we just assume like he's got ball because he's so huge but they are still he was so close to robbing it and he was like full extension reaching it he came down with that that would have led every judge highly real yankee higher real the whole year the it would let everything i think it was that ruko i found the other day not yankee classic already i think this was the game the gary walko against the twins and late april yeah astros now twins the thursday afternoon we're watching at parcel oh act that we barely remember it as proof enough classic i think has to be there should be like a two year like like like i think not with it yeah i mean i'm pretty sure i remember that that was i think yeah that was a bomb that was when they like i think you you were still in your gambling heater data dave had the yankees anyways this i think also there should be a two year like window like you after the game has to be two years old to be on yankees cranky classics classic ajami homer against the twins i'm gonna make like missing that but i'm i would make a little sense but yeah anyways so machado wins do you think dede was safe in the night thing i thought it was like what's the point of replay if dvd's not i mean if like the classics football like not conclusively it was conclusive his hand got there and then you could see the tag comes after that i think the fault on a replay should be neutral doesn't make any sense about to say like it shouldn't be overturn what was it should be looked at it as if it has called that's what i think murder trials should be champion isn't proven guilty britain norway guilty proven you.

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"manny" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"manny" Discussed on The Short Porch

"The people that think that miguel and horsley reason we can't acquire manny machado listen miguel like just said mcclellan heart is a very ruutel guy we wanted him in the spur inspir train you'd be our third basement he's been way more than we into spaded at third base he's been pretty good fielder i guess typically he's not the best fielder life you go sabermetrics saver metric wise i think someone said he's actually zero war feeling is the average right which i guess would be yeah and then hitting wise i mean he just want ale player rookie of the month is the most doubles as a rookie he's been fantastic but to manny machado do don't like don't let that potential lineup of let's say it's brett gardner aaron judge much chateaux stanton sanchez glaze over what the fuck you do with that we do with that it's fully ball out one thing with with machado do you think he'll have any hesitation going to third basic saying i'm shortstop i wanna play by clearly beatty's shortstop i my personal thinking that he wants to be so bad he's kinda gotta understand that i think he said he gets the taste of pennant race and he'll be like all right well you know i'll play dates half i think honestly that the shortstop bullshit stuff is bullshit i think he'll gladly third base but if that's not the case in he's a stubborn prick which very well could because he's got that superstar to him and he just likes playing shortstop and i'm sure like the aura of being short stuff in the yankees is something that really you know attracts to him if if that's the case i think dd roy's is the perfect guy like the unselfish guy that he would have no problem moving to second base he's played it a little bit in the majors waiver third glacier goes the third i think both guys are capable of doing that and i think dede would welcome dd would be like fine i'm team player like do whatever like i don't think it would phase him i guess yeah i mean d i dunno i is a good short that on account of number sometimes are weird with him defensively but he's a good shortstop care what any number say and machado is proven to be a good third basement i don't wanna move all these guys around airfield only playing musical chairs infield i understand if you have to do it you do it to accommodate a superstar like machado but look era did it air on moves from shortstop to third why can't he and speaking of aero we'll get into this now taking could he be taking a rotten number thirteen that is the right thing i think i said today to you in the office that only number thirteen be retired it should be hanging from the stadium like how the knicks and the rangers only one hanging yeah they have like you know the banners the rafters or whatever hanging nets what a art should have i don't know where it could hang from maybe just like the upper deck like behind home plate something maybe in the app field right above the huge scoreboard is the big one three pinstripe two one three that's it and face but i don't like machado wearing and you're saying they're like you know they're poised or whatever l no problem giving it up to his idol is route number should be retired i just thought of this era ever pulls a jeeter and like becomes a minority stakeholder and a team and owns the team he's he's just gonna put a mural himself incentive for sure is it is it a bad thing if i say that arod number should be like jackie robinson where it's retire all across baseball thirteen yeah i think it is a bad thing yeah good thing mean say good that would be a bad thing if i said a weaker man would have said that but you held research wow yeah but so if you were to ask me i would predict that the next time we are speaking on here he's gonna be yankee i would predict i think they will i ever little all three to get people like i wouldn't be shocked if it.

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"manny" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"manny" Discussed on The Short Porch

"The best version of the gallon do heart is still not nearly as good as what manny machado currently is still only twenty six so machado is better player than anywhere right now obviously and so this feature he's going to be a better player to ten years he's still going to be the better player but china the only thing is i like like part of being offend is you just like players i liked him i think he's like a young fun guy like it's swing he's like a fun guy root for with suck to see him go in a trade or get sent down if they got machado or go to the orioles for machado starring pitcher whatever it may be with sex starting lineup every day but i'm sure i'll go to each other just to this this through this all these trade discussions in any trade talk for that matter they're in two groups of people that are so fucking stupid out there that have emerged one the one side is that oh we can't trade from chato because he's a rental if you think the new york yankees are trading for manny machado a guy who has already basically said he wants to sign of the yankees anyways you know today yet who's like they're clearly the front runner for yes and he fucking hates the boston red sox for how they threw at him last year and everything he the perfect for robbery by the way he would be in you don't think they're trading and it's reportedly a big package if you don't think are giving up like real guys to get this guy and they're gonna let him walk after three months you're actually stupid person i mean i don't like to call people stupid because i'm stupid too i i mean you mean you there's something wrong if you think the new york yankees are going to let manny machado by you can go the dodgers or something no fucking this guy will be possibly achey from life at this point if or at least an x five eight years they'll give him a huge contract he's so young is unbelievable people like corrobos oh his career ob is blah blah blah and his opium never been this this year dude he's little implying for a losing ball club the first year that he he he sniffs like oh shit like if i play well here i can wind up in a good team in like finally sniff postseason success and orioles had a couple years where they did that but they were not fucking world series contenders don't don't say that to me it's all motivation the man is motivated right now to be on a good team and he wants to compete and he wants to have the bright the he comes off to me as someone who embraces the bright lights and welcomes all that shit will you wanna be in your gangqi like no one says they want to be near geika and can't take on the bright lights you know what you're getting into he has that stardom to him i will say his hair is a little weird it's gotta china don't like the air it all new to yeah i don't know he's got us which set up the second group of people are.

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"manny" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"manny" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Santana has pop hoskins has pop nick williams has some pop yeah herrera homers but honestly when he gets in homer's he all these gift in that mood of hitting homers getting a little bit of trouble because his swing gets all out of whack sometimes they're not built to hit a ton of homers maybe i'll farro hit a few more as it gets used to playing at this level they're not a they're not going to have anybody except for hoskins they're not going to have anybody who's gonna hit thirty five they're just not and that's the danger of playing this way to kappler is is kinda going right now let me ask you this who is the shortstop of the future on this roster manny machado it is manny machado and the now if they are and this is what's scaring the hell out of me kev so if they're making these moves and pudding jp crawford at third base and trying to get him used to it and for some reason cesar hernandez is untouchable and even though he's not going to be here much longer you're using kingery as utility man for the time being more shortstop than anything i understand for the moment but he's a super utility man are they really making roster adjustments within the team now and trying to get these guys to learn other positions in the hope that they're going to land manny machado i think that's part of it and you know this is part of.

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"manny" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"manny" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Thank you glenn and smart you know my friend manny tamayo he's a he's a j town native by the way manny oh he is married to my other friend alison kane they are both members of the factory theatre and they've been married for probably i wanna say twelve thirteen years now something like that maybe maybe more maybe more twelve thirteen fourteen years he proposed to her in front of everybody at a factory event at chief o'neill's okay which is lovely and it was a lovely moment it was a surprise to everybody and we all witnessed it it was like the entire factory family was there and we all they were up on the little stage chief o'neill's and they were you know they were supposed to go up it was for one of our benefits are one of our launch parties we would have a launch party for every show about a month before it opened and it would be a chief o'neill's and we would have people go up and do songs and we would debut the trailer of the play and have little contests in trivia and stuff and it was there obviously to raise money to put back into the production of the play so it was at chief o'neill is the place was packed and manny in all his fantastic if you know how romantic manny demayo is he's not he's not at all he's married to my always my horror buddy like he's he's the guy that i would see all crazy disgusting horror movies with these insane but he's a he's a great guy and he's terrific accurate a great writer so anyway he's up on stage with allison and they're up in they're supposed to be doing like an announcement thing and then he sits her down he's like hey you know i don't i don't have a pissing or window to throw it out of you wanna marry me the place went nuts it was it was like it was so it was manny you know what i mean like that's how he's if if there is a romantic way for manny tamayo to to propose to someone that's how he does it and we were everybody was on it was a red she started crying it was a beautiful moment she said yes he gave her the ring and it was all nice but that you know would you you didn't say that you didn't say.

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