35 Burst results for "Matisse"
Houston Rockets reportedly pursuing Harden trade from Philadelphia 76ers centered on Ben Simmons
"I don't know what transpired between the sixers. And the rockets. And i would be suspicious of anybody telling you exactly what was offered when was offered if there was even a firm offer because i have learned mostly through the celtics. Frankly then reconstructing failed. Trade talks is a fool's errand and quite frustrating. But i i will. There were lots of reports that the sixers and the rockets were haggling over. What philadelphia would have to attach to. Ben simmons to get james harden so it was a tireless maxi plus x picks retirees maxi plus one pick was atari maxi plus matisse stibal plus no picks plus two. I don't know. I don't know here's what i know or i'm ninety percent certain that i know ben. Simmons made all nba last year. And he's twenty four years old and if the rockets wanted ben simmons day could have had been simmons. I don't know what was offered again. I don't know if there was ever a firm offer gm's often push back. Oh that was never offered will. Did you talk about he ever. did you offer it. no. I don't know what even like. When does it become an offer. I don't know. I am very confident. If the rockets wanted ben simmons day could have had ben simmons and they chose this package over ben simmons and not to be boring guy. I don't really have a huge problem with that. I wouldn't have had a huge problem with them. Getting ben simmons either. I think ben's really good. I've ordered them all nba. And i email defense last year. He's awesome. There is a chance that all these picks end up in the twenty s. I don't think it's a good chance but there is a chance and yeah. All these picks are awesome. They can get into trade talks now. Never be able to compete with oklahoma city in new orleans if a superstar becomes available but if they think this is more valuable than ben simmons. I don't have used problem with that. Because it is a whole lot of picks it is a whole lot of picks a whole lot of swaps. And it's gonna turn into something and as you said like you can build a really good team around ben simmons. It's just gonna take you time to build it
Creating Your Own Opportunities with Wendy Amara
"Okay Wendy, we have you ever combined finally. League and we are actually live in person. We are saying I, know I know let's start from the beginning. So what's your heritage? So my family came from what they might lack Yes, they came here in the nineteen seventies and then I was born here and my brother was born here and the originally came to Hollywood is funny because my. To my aunt, still live in the scene apartment building that they first came two years ago. Wow. Yeah. Crazy Ray. At one point they were invited to purchase the apartment building in the apartment building is near the border of Hollywood end those fees. Okay. Feeding in La. has become a hot property location where values of homes and apartment buildings and everything has skyrocketed anything boulder but I don't know ten times more than it would have been years ago. So it's interesting because back in the day they turned it down. To permit building because I think at one point, they were renting three different apartments or for I mean everybody has like a little apartment in that building. So that's part of why the owner was like. Would you guys up to purchase it and I think a fear? A fear is not knowing the rules of this new country, what they were getting into and people were. I remember my mom being like Oh no no I think that's too much for us to handle its and they could have actually afforded it back. Then they all would have pulled their money. So the moral of the story is I would be a millionaire. I. Bought this apartment building that's on the corner near the border of Hollywood near Lexington ear Hollywood handle species have you talked to them about it? No you know what? I haven't in years I remember low and I was like twenty over twenty years ago when I was in college, I was starting to learn about like wealth and property and how property gets handed down development of wealth over the years I remember then saying something to my aunt into my mom and be like you guys have an amazing opportunity where you could purchase the apartment building a two of my ex deliver to the state and they were looking at the time. You know that was a lot of money for us at the time. We couldn't see how can make that happen. So yeah all my God as these shadow. So that's so interested in like looking back like how with the story be different, right? Yeah. So if would have been me, I would have been like, let's pull our money and let's make it happen. Now no one was gonNA predict necessarily that see ray s off of a place. Yes has it has become but either way you just know if you're GONNA set for the next thirty years, it makes sense to own the building if half of the people renting or your family. Because you can count on them and the you know. Yeah. So it's interesting. Yeah. Now how the area has changed because it's going through like an urban renewal and so there's all these hippies moving like yeah gentle ricky gentrification. Oh. That's crazy. So you've been California at Your Life I've been in California my whole life except I lived in Spain for about nine months. Okay. Senior your college how did you decide that you go to college? So I I went to a community college. I didn't do all that great in high school. I was very distracted with. With, having fun and socializing a lot again. But it's interesting because I did really well in elementary and parts of middle school, and so I knew I had the capacity to do epidemically. In fact when I met up with people that I used to go to elementary school with they were like Oh. My God. But you wouldn't smartest people in our caused or you used to get straight They remember me getting awards for academics. So I knew I had the capacity to do But in highschool got really lost I got really depressed at tie-ins. There was just you know problems with friends or boyfriends or might focus was health sweat So I didn't actually focus that much on academics. So in typical in their community college which I loved and met some amazing friends that are still friends to this day and I think something's sparked in me that I was like, okay, I gotTA. Get my act together I got to figure out what to do to get together, and for that to happen I was like I got a transfer actually get on the and I saw people that were at the Community College for like ten years. I do not want to be that person I do not want to be twenty, seven and stuff. Can you call junk that there's anything wrong with that but for me I was like, no, I need to go to you know I need to go to college college and fell in love with Ucla Gone Eliot Matisse Salad, for Undergrad. For graduates collection. Elsa. WanNa do it from your vantage sociology okay. Because I loved you know, of course back to the socializing part learning about people learning about cultures. Yeah and you know it was interesting major and loved the campus I loved everything about learning. It felt like such a privilege to take your life and spend time learning rate full-time like that's it. That's doing. Yeah. It's all you do. Yeah. So that felt really empowering is you stayed at Ucla Graduate School too. I did okay I took a year or two years off in between I worked I came back. Yeah. What's your graduates urban planning interesting yes. Okay. Let me tell you about the school of Urban Planning's housed in was many years ago things have changed. Now, but was housed in the school social policy in school public policy in social planning, and there were three majors under that school urban planning social work in public policy. Okay. In all three of them interrelated to classes together and all that
Beyond Safety In Your Reopening-the-Workplace Plan
"Guest today is Katharine Matisse Zundel. Catherine is CEO of civility partners. Clients include Fortune Five, hundred to government to small business. She's served almost every industry you could pick out. Katherine has appeared on or in NPR, CNN USA Today Forbes and more as an expert in his a bestselling author of three books. Thanks so much for joining me today Catherine. Thank you for having me. So it is my pleasure and I gotTa tell you that I just love the name of your company. Thank you civility such a great word. So. Today we're talking about. The pandemic and reopening and and really thinking beyond this idea of safety and really thinking about. Your employees and What it feels like what everyone is going through so as companies are reopening, how do you think should respond? When their? Staff has a flexibility requests. Well I think that we have all been through some trauma and couple Cova with black lives matter. There's a lot of emotions flying high and I really do think people are probably feeling somewhat traumatized and exhausted and burnt out, and so if you can I mean obviously if you can't, you can't but do your absolute best to give people the flexibility that they need and one of the reasons that. So important in addition to creating loyalty for your organization if you're working with your employees, make sure it's a win win situation but something else flexibility does is creates resilience and you know resilient people. That's one of their qualities is that they're able to be flexible and. That's one of the reasons they're able to get through hardships as they. They're not walking on a straight line, and so I think part of. Our you know an employer's role in all of this is they're bringing people back and making sure they're physically safe. You WanNa make sure they're psychologically safe. You want to figure out how to create loyalty in the ways that you bring them back but you're also responsible for helping your people be resilient and. So flexibilities a big part of that. Oh. That is so great. I love that. I never would've thought of it that. Way. But. But then when you explain it, it makes so much sense to me that. I mean the whole trauma thing I totally get but this thing about you know resiliency. Flexible people are resilient. If we can as employers. Be. Flexible. With these requested than we are helping at what I'm hearing you say is that we are helping our people really the able to bounce back more easily, right? Right. Exactly and so there's gotta be an Roi on the side of that. In addition to just the human condition and caring about humanity, there is a business reason for it as well. So yeah, that's exactly what I'm saying yeah. Okay. So can you share with me? I'm like some strategies for maintaining like employee engagement and loyalty to the company. Yep and I'm going to answer that question a little long winded Lee, and start by saying that I'm coming from with all of my thoughts around reopening is that I'm an expert in toxic work environments and rebuilding culture, and so I go into organizations all the time and have been for years where people are really torn down you know the they've been knocked down if you pay, they're sad their traumatized by maybe what they've been hearing about that's been going on in the organization, and so I do I think about returning to work from. Kobe. I do think there's a lot of similarities in how people are feeling when I'm in A. Toxic work environment and and Co Ed and so you know because the feelings are the same and so the I'm just going to share some of what I think you need to do when you're rebuilding toxic culture because I think it applies. So step one is to have lots of two way communication and understand what it is that your employees need from you and you know I've learned over the years that managers aren't really very good at having kind of emotional conversations. You know it's it's all very performance based in numbers based etcetera. So in addition to maybe doing some surveys or some focus groups with your employees, your managers really need to. Have some important conversations with their employees about what they need, how they're feeling how can the manager help and those conversations need to start at the top and go all the way down to the bottom? So that's step number. One is to just you know have two way conversation and collaboration, and then secondly once you understand what your employees need then you know kind of rebuild a culture or rebuild and reopen in a way that meets those needs and everybody talks about the new normal. But what does that even really mean you know so we all know probably means more zoom meetings in the future You know maybe they'll be more flexibility people like twitter are. Basically. Saying. We're not going to reopen for a couple years. So yeah that that's all new normal. But what does that mean for your own organization? So really partnering with your? Employees to define that new. And work together to create the new normal.
Cutting your finger off (almost)
"Jimmy Yomas. Cut Your finger off again. Tell us that story. I I believe if you Mike was Right. There Mike my check, my buddy, who's been helping me out? He lives in the neighborhood, and we became fast friends last year, and he's been around and he's incredible so mike and Erin were right there in errands like Johnny on the spot with first aid because he was in the military, so he was trained in all these various. Disciplines of I stayed in organization and stuff, and he's amazing and. They were both standing in be talking to each other. When they heard the saw, go off and they might just goes. Oh, boy was at bypass. was that not bypassed because he saw me like my hand this. And I go. We've been cutting this particular would a local friend of mine has been giving me hundreds of board feet. This would it's all pine, but it's all painted and Scott screws and nails in it so whenever we cut it. I usually bypass, but and I was in. It's all painted black. And you had to explain somebody who doesn't know. Yeah, yeah, as you could turn the break off, so the machine acts like a typical table so with no ability to stop if it sense skin so a and the reason we bypass, because does nails and screws and staples, and all would and I was cutting a piece that would, but I was a piece I picked up a inspected quickly and I noticed there were no nails or staples in it, so I didn't bypass, and I just want right, but Mike has been using the Sawtooth and every time. I say used the blacks up bypass because we don't have an extra break, we do now, but we did and anyway. The I was cutting in. It's funny. Andrew Kline Span. He's very very intuitive very sport of course. Said, how did it happen? They just a real simple question, which is really so stupid. It's like had it happen, and I know an Andrew would be like he could. I said I was cutting short piece of wood, and the blade was really high, so the kickback was really powerful. What really happened was the blade the salt? The piece of wood went through the blade. It was only like thirteen inch piece of wood, as it went through the blade, it hit the back of the blade in rose up because the would kind of pinch the back of the blades rose up because I had the blade at three inches, because I had just cut something really big, and I was only cutting something three quarters of so hit the back of the blade in rose up and snaps back down. And when it snapped back down, and the kickback at it pushed, the of would back out the front of the saw. And it, the piece of wood on the left side of the blade was only about an inch wide, and it ran across my fingernail, so I'm pretty convinced what happened was the would kicking back ripped my fingernail open. Now, but because of this I mean I didn't feel it. Now, but because of the trauma I don't know if it's happening. You guys now. This is the second time the me I believe. Because of the trauma of the the would getting old like you know rankling. whacking the vibrating the blade, the thing went off. There was one other time I call on video where I was cutting something in kickback I was nowhere near the played with any skin hands, and the blade kicked it break went off. So I believe it was the trauma of the Blade vibrating that caused the break to go off and not necessarily sensing skin. That's one theory. Mike and Aaron kind of. Believe that my hand was pushed into the blade. I hit. It happened so quick. I can't honestly say exactly what did happen. The Guard was down so you guys will be happy to have the guard all the way down, so my hand hit the blade like under the edge of the guard. If it did hit the blade, my other theory is my thing. L. Hit the blade, I and the technology didn't work until the cut went through my fingernail if that makes sense. So because the I, believe the pieces all there I believe it was just ripped from the the piece of wood, pushing through I don't think i. hit the blade late. That's just my gut feeling. So. They just don't little tiny pieces of wood without push sticks if I was using push. Dick's like on the outside. Usually use a push. On between the fence and the blade. And not always on the other side like Matisse's is. Consistent he talks uses those crab claw. Push sticks on both sides of the piece of wood, and that's what I often do, but I was just was a stupid momentary like cut this quick. And, that's what happened. So. You, know I I constantly. It's been ten years that I'm always very aware of stable saw safety since I got injured the first bedtime and This time it just was just one of those of this will take one second, and then Kabui, and I'm okay I. mean all I just I just have like a going to screw fingernail. Probably it'll grow out and be fine. The funny thing was is when you get injured on the table. So you know you get you get like fifteen pictures of all the friends that folly. It also cut themselves on the tables though. Check this out. So I got I got about five or six emails or pictures on Instagram. A very similar injuries through the fingernail and. And everybody said most of the people like I'm fine now grew out. You can't even tell. So. That's what I suspect will happen. So No Hospital Mike was there Mike see to train so as errands so the to discuss? I didn't even look just stuck my finger between them like fix that I. Know they were both great now. I was more. It's it's. It's definitely not to be taken lightly. About instagram because it was kind of my self defense mechanism book. I was more the same time I. Cut Myself The first time when I had to go to the hospital for three days. I was more inconvenience that had so many things to do. That now it's like a I was able to get back to work on on that day.
CTA supervisor says she was arrested by Chicago police after trying to file complaint against officer
"A ten year veteran CT a supervisor has filed a federal lawsuit that claim Chicago police violated her first amendment rights and falsely arrested her while she was performing her CTA duties back in February Matisse Elise as a crime had been committed on a CTA platform at the Jackson Van Buren red line stop downtown and that that's when she had an encounter with the C. B. P. officer WGN's Mike Lowe has the story it some of which was captured on body cam the control center and my manager was on the radio access needs to access the situation to see if trains could bypass or stop their regular normal spot police had not taped off the crime scene yet but even as members of the public walk through the unmarked scene that officer singles out only all shop in view man I don't know what was going on the whole incident lasted about thirty seconds he says it was so disturbing that about seven minutes later after she had spoken with her manager she approached a Chicago police sergeant to tell him what had happened you were in the crime scene I'm not certain the reason we're going to rescue this is my the best way to kind of go to billion office of police accountability is investigating a spokesperson for that city's law department tells W. G. and she couldn't come at a comic rather on pending litigation
Four players most likely on the move at NBA trade deadline
"Team. I'm intrigued by is the Philadelphia. Seventy sixers who came into the season as a favorite to win the east. But I think they're aware see right now than people probably would have predicted and wild Tobias Harrison. Al Horford have both played well. It's still unclear whether any of these players including Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid should even be on the same team. Do you think there's any chance they make a big move ahead of the deadline or you can never say there's no chance but I think there's not A. There's not much of a chance that they move any the of their starters. So that's Harris Horford Embiid J. Rich and Ben Simmons or Matisse table who everyone and their brother wants because he's good and young and can you know defend like seven people. Once part of the reason I didn't mention much. I think they're going to do the obvious thing which is trying to package their little fringe stuff and see if they can get a little upgrade a guy that can shoot and come off the bench and all that but ah if they like. You said they're six.
"matisse" Discussed on The NBA Show
"Oh he was supposed to play last night until not long before the game when he had got pulled out with lower back tightness very interesting for the first time in a while. It seemed like the clippers. We're going to be healthy. And then they go out and have one of their worst losses of the season without Kawhi Leonard playing losing to the Kings. ooh And you see like you always Ed than the neat thing right and so you never again. I don't I don't Wanna I don't WanNa make any assumptions on this but I mean he's had his knee problem they they've obviously been taking it easy with him over the course of this year But then when he's supposed to play and then he doesn't last night because an and it's a back thing you just what you obviously look with him. I never know what to think a lot of guys. I don't even think twice about it. I'm like Oh oh yeah he'll be fine. You know tomato rest up and come back but I mean everything was sold bizarre during a season that the guy missed you know and even this year doc rivers has gotten find for saying that the guy felt great you know and so I never know what to take it face value with right. Do so with the clippers right Thurgood team a very good team for sure and they. They have a chance to be a sensational team in the playoffs playoffs. And do something special and you make finals run. That goes without saying however. How weird is it that last year when Colli Mrs Games with Toronto? Oh they still perform at an elite level but without Kawhi this year anytime he doesn't play. They have struggled the clippers. Have and one of the big reasons. Why why is that? Lou Williams mantras herald pick and roll. Duo has not been as deadly as it was last season. Those guys were awesome. Awesome last year. One of the Best Duos in the League Llewellyn Herald coming off the bench and or burnishing games for that matter was amazing combination but this year just doesn't have the same potency that seems like their offense has a bit less dynamic actions off ball as well there just seems to be. We've hit this before with the chemistry aspect but something is just off with them and they haven't been able to reform in a high level and Co is out in the haven't even been able to be what you you expect them to be with the Louisville Herald pick and roll even when those guys are healthy. It's just something seems wrong with the way. These guys are mixing together whether it's chemistry a your coaching or whatever or all of it. I don't know but something's wrong here. I would just tell you that. The amount of minutes the the lack back of the amount of minutes that they have played together as a unit is just astonishing. The sonning considering you know there's not any MENSA amount of time missed for an injury like a block of time where a guy was out for like you know thirty games or something right like the even. They're just haven't been that many games that they have played together. There's not that many minutes that they have logged on the court you member. It was just a week ago that we they were That we were talking about this and I and I said that there was the that Brian windhorst article that had mentioned that at that point and and this is you know less than a week ago. Kawai Leonard and Paul. George have played in the same game eighteen times. It's insane I mean that's so I mean. Of course they have chemistry. Th You know how are you supposed to get here. They've never played together. It's not like this is like a returning team right. It'd be different. Ben Simmons and Joylin beat have only been in the starting lineup together. Eighteen Times right. We've got a long track record of them logging Games and and then even playoff games together but in this case these guys were thrown together for this season. And we're talking about you know they've played forty the high forty s amounts of games at this point and they got what maybe twenty. Maybe have ever that they've been on the same court court and that's both a reason for optimism but also a reason for concern optimism in the sense that like. Yeah these guys of course. They're not clicking because they they haven't had games together they haven't had enough practices together and that matters but the negative aspect is just that that. Come April how much experience or they're gonNA have have to have an. How healthy can these guys actually? Because there's not been much reason for optimism that co I will be able to stay healthy through a law thing about about these. These duos Trios whatever you WANNA call all coming together because some of these teams as we talked about they've got the advantage of bringing back the majority of their guys right. You've seen that the two teams in the East brought back there guys the bucks and the Raptors and another raptors lost y but those other guys that are logging the minutes By by and large are used to playing with each other And then you see these other teams it took a little bit for the Pacers you know to to find their stride and it took a little bit For Miami defined their stride in. It's taking you know taking a little bit longer I think. The clipper thing is is extending longer than and it will just extend longer because a lot of those teams. They played their first twenty games together as a unit. You're still see in this Houston thing. Try to figure it out. I mean James Harden was amazing and Russell Westbrook sucked and now Russell Westbrook has been amazing and James Oranges at his worst month in three years. So right how can we get them. Both at the same time is something that teams trying to figure out. And they've played forty-seven Games. You know. I mean it just. It takes a little while to say all that and the clippers are in you know third-place place tied with the nuggets and are four games back from the Lakers. Yeah as I am so despite but we both know you watch watch them and I think we thought and they're certainly been moment where they are absolutely devastating but on a regular basis if you flip them on you don't go. Jeez man that team is. I mean I wouldn't want to play them. You Know Yep There are nights they do and they look devastating. But there's a lot of nights where Yo- you wonder and so I think that's why we're forty seven games into the season. Forty eight in their case and you watch it and especially if you watch an away game. I mean they're fourteen and ten away from home which is not a great record. Taken for instance you know. The the Lakers are twenty and five. So it doesn't matter where you're watching them they pretty well always look good Zairian Williamson versus Jaama rant. Gets to take place to mass In New Orleans Neither of them are represented on the All star team. I would assume that both of them are going to be in the rising stars challenge. I guess we'll find out Regarding what happens with with the Rising Stars Rosters which are going to be announced Here very shortly. But where you're gonNA find. Is these two two guys who are going to be one and two and rookie of the year. Probably I on plays the rest of the season out and has these crazy. Numbers have not been on the same court with each other. They are fellow South Carolinians once upon a time played on the same. AAU team imagine that It sucks because because of the Knicks Quasi I. I don't want to say brawl like the this shouting match through this Weenie. Melee that takes place. The Malay of the weenies It takes place and Jaren Jackson and Marco Marco Goodrich for the grizzlies have been suspended for the game tonight. And you know Jackson would've gotten time on Zairean when's I'll get down on the block And so oh that stinks right that you don't get the full experience But I'm sure that there are a lot of people that are hardcore. NBA Fans that are GonNa WanNa flip that one on because is this two rookies have absolutely delivered on being nightly highlights. So this is a question. I like asking myself before I watch each. PELICANS game who who stops like. WHO's the Guy Defending Zaylon? So Jared Jackson's out who is it that you're putting on Zion crowder crowder IDA batter okay. All right crowd what is GonNa get just destroyed. It's GonNa be fun to watch it by the way NBA With this suspension. I mean it's absolute bullshit and I'm not saying this is a homer look l. for pain went and shoved Jae crowder into a row of empty seats at Madison Square Garden. By the way the front row seats were completely empty. Empty so as easy shove so he shoves him. And then you have Marcus Morris Shoving Jama rant and you have less whatever and Jaren Jackson who is like not even not even close to where this melee goes as you know. He's down the abide. The goal like about celebrate the JAE crowder three. And that's why so far far down He ends up getting suspended at the same amount as Alfred. Peyton like. If you're if you're doing this whole like the bench thing and don't leave the bench or whatever like what is the spirit of the rule here because you're getting you're you're living out these fines but for Jaren Jackson to get the same penalty as has elfriede. Payton is just bananas. And and like and Jae crowder was like involved in the thing and he's not suspended or anything anything but I just. I don't know I know they have this hard fast rule about leaving the bench but like I do think involvement should matter and I also also think what are you trying to deter here. Because those guys weren't GonNa leave the bench to go fight. They were GonNa leave the bench to break it up. You know to try to stop things from happening. And that's the shame of it. All the guys that instigate the actual fractious get off the same as the guys. That didn't do anything any day you know and I don't know what your behavior your deterring there you know if the penalties are the same. That's why that's that's why it's bothersome and also I want to see Jackson play against Ion You know instead. We'll see how Brennan Clark does who short and I and should be on our on the rising stars team in my opinion. But we'll see about that Brady Clark will be on the rising stars team because they know look you remember how they do it with the world thing. Oh yeah that's right yes. So he's GonNa he'll be Canada he doesn't really. He's a weird one because he doesn't give. He was born in Canada but he doesn't really he kinda he tells everybody's from Arizona. You never tell you would never tell you each from Canada interests right. Yeah well I mean. He doesn't have any memories from Canada. You know what I'm saying. He doesn't have any kind of like some of these guys like Rj. Baird or Tristan Thompson. Whatever I mean? They grew up in Canada. They've got Canadian. Pride as it were. I don't I don't sense that speaking of the rising stars. I have to mention this curse. Hanes from Yahoo tweeted out Philadelphia. Seventy sixers Matisse. He's liable was not voted by an assistant coach by the assistant coaches to participate in.
"matisse" Discussed on The NBA Show
"To the Super Bowl never written forty five pages of anything. Maybe I was started when I was doing like double spacing you change size twelve point five times new Roman. The unbelievable dude wrote a forty five. I mean you got to really you gotTa love the Damn Super Bowl pull that off. Anyway anyways. The pod with awards great i. There is a sports book that has opened eight minutes from my studio. Kevin WHO and Just this week and I think I'm GonNa race over after everything's done today. Go check it out and see what they've got up For the game this weekend. What Kevin O'connor told me to put money down on forty niners? Oh really your. You'RE A- Kyle. Shanahan offense Meena kinds put out a great stat last week. About how the chiefs at Remember thought my head. I've been busy with basketball but chiefs don't do well against offenses that have a lot of motion. pre-snap wrap for San Francisco uses more emotion than anybody by far Asia's dropping. I haven't you say they struggle against it yes. Kansas City's defense struggles against. Aw that's and that's San Francisco does more than anybody else. It's just an interesting little tidbit to keep in mind when you sit down on Sunday and with your buddies and your with your family Wayne. You're watching the game just watching out for that. How Kansas City's defense prepared and adapts over the course of the game against San Francisco's pre-established? Maybe if San Francisco has any new wrinkles and what they do mahomes just feels like one of those that like if I bet against them. I'd be like what am I doing. Why why am I betting on I get? It's a team board but it's Jimmy Garoppolo and Patrick Mahomes of the two guys like you've got to trust one of them right in in the big spot. Yeah and I'm I'll tell you this just just real quick as an aside. I'm always the guy that like. A typically takes the defenses in these spots right like whether it is Seattle You know or it was New England or was that Denver team or I'll typically take the the much superior defense which is clearly the forty niners in this right but Dan and and the same thing goes in college and then Clemson got absolutely blown out by LSU and remember the eagles obviously you remember. The Eagles beat the Patriots. And I've just been thinking over the last couple of years and this is true across sports is like aright. Are we now just in this offense of age where this feeling I had for so long like the defense is can really win. The defense wins championships. As we've said forever forever right that that maybe that's not the case anymore. I don't know well and that's why you know the just the Thai NBA real quickly with the Patriots losing that Super Bowl all against the eagles. This is why you can't use Super Bowl or finals losses against a Lebron or Tom. Because Tom Brady in that game against Eagles had one of the courageous quarterback performances in history period and he lost just like Lebron has had had magnificent performances in the finals. And he's lost as well. Well it's it's unfair to use their record big games. I think this is GonNa be way high scoring. I do think I do hope so. I hope it's good. It's Great Super Bowl Sunday. I don't have some kind of like massive rooting interest. So I love this. It's too awesome teams and it's Great Super Bowl anyways. Let's what's happened to the NBA and the biggest news from yesterday was was the NBA. And it's all star game and changing the format It is in Chicago this year and the teams are going to compete to win. And each of the first three quarters all of which start with a score of zero zero and we'll be twelve minutes long at the start of the fourth quarter. The game clock will be turned off and the final target store score will be set. The final target score will be determined by taking the leading teams total number three quarters and adding twenty four points to twenty four of course representing the late Kobe. Bryant's uniform number. Look people complain about the All Star game every single year and and they're like art exhibition and who cares and whatever else away. I couldn't care less about them trying to change it and make it more interesting and I'm fascinated to see if this does actually make it a lot more competitive and more interesting also each quarter. The team that wins donates to charities as well right right right one hundred thousand even after the first for each of the first three quarters and then the whoever wins the Game Ed donuts. Three hundred thousand or something like that right. That's great. That's cool I ah sort of. I'm cool with it. I think. Adding the the wrinkle at the end of the game which is effectively. The leedle amending That we see in other variations of basketball with playing playing to a number two twenty four points in the fourth quarter. That's Kinda cool. I think it'll it'll be nice to see NBA players playing within this type of system to see how it goes. Listen it's confusing at first when you read all that out it Kinda goes over your head but if you sit down for twenty seconds inherit explained. It's it's it's not too bad it's just the the score resets but it's still matters in entering the fourth quarter. Well and do they care about the quarters. Now you know to me like it stands chance to reason they might actually care if they win the corner or not you know they're create therefore creating more competition like I don't have a problem with any of this like you've seen in the NHL Hse they'll do the three on three thing during the All star. Why not I mean people complain about all of these all star Games all the time right if they if they like and I know the most tradition-laden is baseball but if they said next year the All Star game strikeouts at work and home runs or worked to runs? Like I'd be I don't care care you know what I mean like anything to make it more fun. No and I think it's going to be a fun experiment to see it because obviously doing it as a tribute to Kobe's great it's all but also for the NBA is a way to test. How the e lamenting works because it has had significant success in the basketball all tournament and is something that has high approval ratings? It's been fun to watch for for basketball. Fans people seem to like it and Nikki Lem himself the guy who created this he. He is super excited to see something like this a variation of it in the NBA. All Star game. It's a step forward to maybe this becoming something in this more mainstream. Maybe it's something that down the line become something that people are interested in seeing happening the G. League to see how it works there are and then maybe someday it happens in the NBA or not. Maybe not. But it's just fun to see these type of experiments happen in exhibition games or G. League Games because then eventually maybe something is something that's incorporated at certain points of the season like in a tournament or something like that who knows you never go to G. League Games do you. I've never been to a Julia. The game okay. I I I've been I go to him because it's not that far from where I live And it's the Memphis Hustle. But I've gone down there and they've got different rules now like I don't know many people the know this but they try different stuff out there all the time they use it as a lab and this year one of the crazy ones was If a guy goes up for like a like if a guy goes up for a shot right right and he gets fouled time to go to the free throw line and they all get one one shot for two. That's it I mean. If you make get you get two points. If you're missing you get zero does it. There is no one point. You know as a as a means to speed things up I I don't think that'll ever get adopted honestly in the in the e learning. But why don't I don't either. I don't see it ending however no new to maybe like if you if you have a mid season tournament for example I could see a world in which the NBA midseason tournament has the lamenting. which is there's effectively? What you said where you're playing to a number two and that's what ended ends the game? A shot always ends the game. The time doesn't run out. It removes the possibility or limits. The possibility of free throws in the final minutes intentional following and all that it can be super super exciting of anybody who's watched the t t the basketball basketball tournament. It's because if you made the number and let's just say just for the sake of an example I dunno it's low but let's say you made the number one hundred and a team was up. You know ninety eight to eighty but then the other team you know next thing you know. It's ninety eight ninety eight right now all of a sudden I mean how much more dramas that right because the team you've gone on an eighteen run and you've stopped this team every time when they've had a chance to win the game. Ah I love it I love it. It's more drama all-stars were named last night the all star reserves Were named last night and this is this. This is commonplace when this announcement takes place Immediately what I saw so I Wasn't right by my computer or or my phone own when the announcement was made and then when I picked up my phone the first name I saw like trending was Devon Booker and I was like And obviously I click on it. And it's like Devon booker not named the all-star Dave the negative always sells more than the positive. It's not like a lot of people were saying. Wow Jason Tatum. Data made it or Paul Burke. Training things are like booker. Beal bledsoe trending things so I click on it and I'm like Oh they must have just announced them. Ed So then I go and I see that they have announced them and with those announcements. We already had three first time all stars that were announced last week in in Luca Danni trae young and Pascal. C Hass cousy Arkham. That's right now. As of last night we add six more to that list list of the newer. Sorry for Manse flaming you there. Yeah the new ones are so bonus tatum outta bio and then in the West last Donovan Mitchell Rudy Gobert bear and Brandon Ingram And then you have some you know regular Jimmy Butler Ben Simmons Kyle Lowry owlry. Khris Middleton SA- bonus tatum at a bio in the east. were any of those surprising to you in the east reserves. No not really really. I think I was a little surprised to bonus got named in all star. I am happy. He did But I would have expected one of scorers to get named it over him like Bradley beal or like even Malcolm Brogdon who is running the show without victory depot there. But I'm happy that a guy got rewarded. Awarded likes the bonus who who is putting up numbers. Eighteen points thirteen rebounds five assists big time numbers for a big man but he's also doing things beyond the the box score with great positional defense boxing out setting strong screens doing things that matter beyond the box score..
"matisse" Discussed on The NBA Show
"Kevin Concert Kevin. Oh candy land. Kevin Opinionated Kevin O.. Climber Climber Aka Kevin O.. Conflict One VERNA. What's going on this morning? Well before we get to anything too quick notes number one and I wanted to send a heartfelt thank you to all of you that have Reached out to Kevin and I after the podcast on Tuesday. It's a podcast that want to have to do considering the subject to And we did get rather personal talking about a lot of different things and there were so many people people that reached out over the course of the past three days. I was rather overwhelmed and so a gigantic. Thank you to all of you. That listen and you uh-huh said such nice things because it's something that I think everybody. That is a sports fan. has been kind of coming to terms with Since the tragic passing of Kobe Bryant and his daughter on Sunday and so I just wanted to say that you know I'm not great about responding to as many people as I'd like to and so I wanted to at least Let everybody know that we read all of those and that Certainly appreciate those listening and the kind words. Absolutely thank you everybody so much I still have to get through corresponding to some emails and messages. But they thank you so much. It means the world that that in some way Made a positive impact the Harris talk about it because it just means as much to us to get that positive feedback and positive thoughts and vibes in return. So thank you and second thing is the super bowl is coming up this weekend and we have have many times taken over for Kevin Clarkin Robert mays no though no one has ever asked us to On this particular show by the way their pod has been great this week from the Super Bowl. The if if you're a nerd the one with Warren Sharp is just unbelievable. I Lord Sharp one of the smartest humans. All in an era I is he actually human he sought and he mustache. We talk facial hair. He has a great moustache. Kevin that dude all right listen to this. You're ready for this now. This dude wrote a forty five page preview.
Three Wins in 4 Years Is a Record
"James Good Morning. Good Morning Steve. Thanks for having me on hope your weekend. Well it did. It did and I thought I saved I wrote I write down as many selections. It's always tough for Breeders Cup because then the paper gets all gets a little a little sloppy and sure enough here. I'm looking now and yeah I do have it. Actually there we go there we go home. You were a Vino guy and and bricks and mortar and and then spun to run so yeah your share of winners Too Key around I thought was on higher power. Though I didn't have you know I got you written down for Dino. I took higher power stirred Flavian Pratt. What's up on them? I'll tell you play the Heidi wrote one favorite Donna Duluth below she. The brewers Juke juvenile given up Phillies runner-up but he had a win. had four seconds and fourth earners. I thought that was a really a great performance by him and You know he has the Kentucky Derby win on his resume junkies like have that really just A good showcase for an upcoming star in our rank agreed and and I tweeted on Sunday. I've discussed this a couple of times this week. His record is stunning. And he's got people would say. Oh He's only got three wins. WHOA WHOA three wins? Thirty eight mounts and this is only his fourth year as fourth year riding his sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen at-bats. Ah But another fourteen in the money finishes and then a handful of fourths and fifths I mean the percentage is frightening. I mean considering considering the level of competition really outstanding and he gives he gives every virtually every horse. If he's got horse to work with he gives them a chance. It's definitely and you know I mean I think Santa Anita and hosted the Breeders Cup eight times previously and and and he was writing a lot of california-based debased horses and one of my takeaways was definitely that this this year's Breeders Cup with completely unlike any out in California before I mean just uh-huh it just. It really started on Friday where the first four winners had all raised it Aqueduct Belmont and by the end of it I'm you know I'm looking at it it it. If you'd looked at the charts that Saturday at at Saratoga you wouldn't be surprised to see our ad or ts in four races Castellano and Rosario win into each and then Jose or ts Manny Frank Ricardo Santana All winner races well and Joe Bravo and that's what happened. They took twelve to fourteen races and and all twelve of those horses that race in New York this year now very strong on that on that front and ah not to say that Just had the conversation with Nick. Lock about the euro's and there were there were solid efforts and solid board hits in addition to Iridescence win but The you know the and there were solid performances from west coast sources to bell. Athena's Bella Fina. At under under certain circumstances dances might have won. The united almost looked like a winner hundred yards from the wire There were there were plenty of of solid performances from every region In some cases. Look at Vino. Vino having been into California. I think counselor a lot. You fold in folding would ask. Did you know getting there early with Matali Actually Navarro to I mean in Navarro got there early with a chance. A Lot A lot of times the a Lotta Times. The juvenile turf sprang can be like locally based sources can do all your top two in that race were both based in California with Peter Miller and you the one hundred and thirty five bucks. That's right that's right. That's right his second his second in the race in three years. I'm just looking at the list to spun to run from Philadelphia. So you get you get a a regional kind of a B.. Track player are sharing sharing holiday for new. New York's thunder run actually ran in a mate. Nice at act backer. And the winner but I mean the parks and mom Sharing base at Far Hills at far hell and Maryland bred. That's a couple of times Toga. Yeah yeah everybody everybody got their Lixin. Actually when you when you kind of go through this And I'll just say I I came away. I mean granted. I thought the four big stars coming into enforces with the serious horsey. Our aspirations Bricks Mourner Corner Sister Charlie and Matola two of the four one I think it really does come down horse a year two bricks and mortar and Matola Louis. But I'm giving the edge bricks mortar. I thought it was fantastic campaign. He had been a mile or previously. Before you know getting hurt and undergoing that surgery and I like the fact that Brad Cox I mean Brown ran him. You know he never ran he. Random and six different courses six different states. You went from Florida to Louisiana to Kentucky Hockey to New York to Illinois and the California To win a mile and a half for the first time in his career so to me. He's a deserving of the year well and and driving home the point about the mile and a half for people that because they always beat all the same types and didn't stretch himself then no he did and and you know the there was even people that were incredulous about him going the mile and a half so you know that that score extra points Without a doubt yeah definitely and you know to me One of the Mike Smith that made the point After a couple Oh. He ran second on a pair of privet favorites midnight zoo in Omaha Beach. And he's made the point that he'd right like those races back because it was hard to 'cause over that track track but to me it was more so that those horses were caned on the rail going into the first turn. Blue Prize was tenth early. You know tolley Holy Arosa could be five or six minutes off the pace. But they're jocks really at. That did a great job keeping them in the clear and I really thought midnight. These to you You know continue just to be in traffic through into the far turn. And when she got out she finished great as a case I mean they the great job on on TV and other highlighting it where I think of a blueprint. It's got the jump on her because of the trip the greed and it and it it also. It should be noted for people that are you know insisting that the track nobody could close well. WHOA that's not true? which is simply me? Just look at the chart for the distaff. What do you mean nobody could close at that? Just you know Omaha. Beach closed closed In in as well came from often and others whitmore made up. I mean it wasn't going to get to the winners and the the exact pair But he closed Idiom really had down below chicken that juvenile fillies and that's when the track was absolutely at its worst deepest pissed most impossible right based on based on the figure and in fact. It's funny because yesterday. Paul Matisse was talking about how difficult Friday was to make figures and then it was echoed by Jerry Brown on His On his experts board board. Somebody brought up. Paul's conversation and Jerry also echoed that the way the track changed from the you know the middle part of the day to by the time even the the juvenile boys ran so typically you would if the juvenile of the males run more than two seconds faster than the phillies. You'll get say their way better than the nose Philly but I do think it was. It was a track getting off faster later. And I. I'm I'm not down on British idiom or Donna Boise at all even though that right they came home. I think they should be still terrific runners. And you know it's it's hard to gauge coming out of the juvenile being real adobe guy Exactly what that means going forward so into court definitely Nice Horse Court Vision You know hasn't isn't had much success at Stud but he's bread You know fire. Classic types with that pedigree of his female family has a lot of stamina influences. It just doesn't have much class. You won't find any stakes winners really in that immediate female family well your final the final takeaways. My final take away so I just you know I you know I was. I thought you know it was a tragic end McGowan crew. I mean it was just a Really hurt to see that happy at the very end After a thirteen of the Breeders Cup races have that happened in the ashtray and and racing. Definitely I think has some issues and concerns going forward. the people in the industry maybe do a better job messaging but I still remain. Optimistic is the horserace fan about the future and I was. I came away like in the Breeders Cup. I thought there was some great performances and Looking for work once again the next year very good well. We're looking forward to the action this weekend give us some thoughts about Churchill had terrific card even today yesterday and Wednesday were good and of course the Commonwealth on Saturday the feature the Grade Three Mile and a sixteenth. The three year olds on the grass. It is an absolute war. Some thoughts about what's been going on while everybody was paying attention to Breeders Cup and and we got to look forward to this weekend. Yeah they had three stakes last week and In the MEA mischief flatmate go for the sale and and look good. She loves Churchill Downs Multiple Grade. One winner there in the Divine Queen got off to bad start. Art Never Fire in the In Saturday stakes chill Lewke and Sally's Kirwin breakers Swin She tried the Indiana Oaks folks earlier. This year didn't run good for Dale Romans. But she had one or last two allowance races by like about fifteen lenz combined and ran a rug. Good Rice debris greet Brian Cox's
Dick Powell Discuss Melbourne Cup
"And you know Haskins brought up Melbourne Cup and boy you I wanNA talk about a firestorm. We thought the Derby had an aftermath. The this Melbourne Cups had an aftermath. Well uh-huh they disqualified point Aboard Master reality. He had the lead As he's I've been doing all year he's been riding aggressively and trying to use all the skills to get home. He looked like he was going to do it. And then balanced declare was on the inside Pencil Barron on the outside of fighting duck then tightened up paradiso. who was making this phenomenal for Wayne Lorden and that one little bit of a chain reaction with the winner Alan declare but it was hard to tell on the head on? When did it happen the stretch like they were right on the wires? So did it happen to strike. Before strike after SORTA stewards took quite a while to go over it and it turned out to be way. The inquiry work turned out to be Aidan. O'Brien's rider claiming against Joseph Brian's right doc. So they took Joseph them and they move up to third they put they put Joseph back the fourth. And then me off mine. WHO's Donald? But he wound up winning Craig Williams aboard the Toy. Your own son of declaration of war vow the choir He was highly touted into and all the commentary commentary before the rate big slice. I wound up betting prince of Aaron. He went off at sixteen to one. was in a winning position every step at one point. It looks like he's GonNa win and in fact at the Y.. Michael Walker stands hands up. biking won the raised. Any like what's to his last. Maybe not I've been. I've been a crutch back now. So he winds up winning running third moved moved up to second page eighteen dollars. The place one of his twenty. Something exactly came back for thirty with to watch go horses but as as Paul said earlier today you can make a chance for fourteen of them and then in the stretch of if you watch the race again and again but Chattanooga's Colt made the glass judge flying. That's making tons of ground surprise. That'd be Jut. Mine was at that Cross County residents winter hex software. Don't that but still he was coming on. William Bill just tremendous the Spanish on the wire and They took my keys on the the mind. veg suspensions actually out it's always it's always entertaining and one of those special days and I was in such a blur. You know coming out of the weekend and then traveling link so i. I was behind Catching up to it and all the and all the hubbub and speaking of Catching up and everything deck. Let's get your right before we talk Hong Kong and there is plenty there. There's actually a lot of news That I've seen from around the world Horses is that are starting to announce their intention to run on champions On the Champions Card but before we do that you're breeders cup takes so they would kind of disappointing my handicap and was just not what it should be. I was on with you when we're cavalry was on and I talked about tracking your father. Santa Neither Steve with that so that was no surprise the way the track played away from me. I just didn't have the right voices. I seven degrees with about if you tell me do tries. It's IT'S GONNA run back good in the first half. I gotTA figure Dunbar Road. It's GonNa be light in and she wasn't so that that cost and then I you know I I I knew track was going to be the way it was. I was right about that. And I know code honor the relatively small horse that Kinda gets over the popped track down too far and sure comes up the way. They're even like that goes on her and don't see was he. He didn't look before the race. Though I can't I can't blame it all on the track because in the post sprayed he was very antsy he was very not wash now going into the game but he was started warm. And that's to me. That's unlike him so even with the track he didn't look at going in and then obviously than handle the track so so it wasn't it wasn't a they want a lot of high five point Friday and Saturday and other than that originally this great I kind of had the opinion and Europeans Warren to strongest companion. Especially when magical make the trip turned out to be probably true but the one the one I really screwed up on sale sponsored that's That's that's when you go back and look how about applesauce episodes come up and I've been so so so I was just two more days of back getting it done okay. Well and that just shows you that you don't as I say repeatedly and I write that the introduction to keep people I don't want people to get completely flummoxed by by Breeders Cup and that they they you know they didn't do well and I. Can't you know you do well this weekend. delmar opens tomorrow and the Churchill. Fields Terrific You don't it's two days. It seems like they're the most important on the calendar when it comes to wagering opportunities but the money you make in the Melbourne Cup is just as just as valuable as the money you. You didn't make on Breeders Cup weekend and it's why it was one of those things where I kind of recognized that nothing seems to be working so I a lot of money Friday and Saturday. The thing is like when you're playing blackjack and you get really good cards. And then he keeps feeding him. So you're betting more than shirt because you're getting really good parts. Oh you get bad cards you just get that. Take your losses so I kinda problem everything down on Saturday. So wasn't you know I didn't that anywhere near the funding that I take him out. Taken out of my bank account too but the rights coming up and I look forward to the multiple foul and I got lucky because I could have just as easily been shoving second exactly. And that's what the that's what makes that's what makes it so much fun so maddening reddening or or so exciting. It's just it's gotta run for you That that's always the bottom line and on a day day on days like we had Friday and Saturday there were as as Paul. Matisse laid out brilliantly today there are things that are going to conspire against you. And you can't can't. You can't completely alter your game plan or abandoned your your approach. You can adjust maybe a B and tinker and throw in some savers and whatnot. But if it's not going to be your you know your day or your two days. Ah Ah but it doesn't reflect doesn't reflect on what lies ahead and and there's still a lot of good racing November's of terrific racing month that we got all the the action of Churchill leading up to the Clark And the stars of tomorrow to Ecuador off off to a tremendous start. I mean if they can if they can maintain this before people break camp and start the head to Florida and whatnot. It's going to be a very good Ecuador meet because the fields are competitive racing is interesting so that's often and del Mar With the first two cards sat and that looks like give. There's always a lot of good turf racing at del Mar so often. Go off we go. How about to spend the last couple of minutes? The Hong Kong updates about four minutes shopping rich sharpton ran on Sunday We now have a true Sunday. We have a high fifty races favorites at one. Twenty six percent the average field sizes twelve and one and the average win price is twenty dollars and fifty cents so prices again value. You and Twenty Six hundred seventy is pretty thoughtful considering twelve twelve though horses surveys Shopping on fat set Sunday very fast track is good too terminate running raid this time so when you look back at those races understand that they worked on pretty quick. Nothing really stood out on on. That took yesterday at Happy Valley They Rennes nine. Nine on the paraffin and interesting things Steve Race sex with the fifty six to one shot that one and you WanNa talk about how different things are from talk to them and I keep saying we want to be like the rest of the world that we used to be so the horse that won training by Begnaud young he was called into the stewards to try to explain this big former. There's a whole explanation the nation and and the chart comments and China's that easy stated that this was the second. Start off the way off. As I started at some mucous in his trachea they they trained him and congre which is inland about three hours minded China Trade Centre pollution and everything else and Hong Kong. Long time that's awesome but here stewards are paying attention not just You know I've done horses that I have run poorly a horse. Who when often you John? Why did he run so well? And that's that's you know that's called transparency and integrity.
Tess Daly on Sleep Deprivation and Feeding Her Kids
"Daly argue a scummy mummy. Yes I probably am I am I try my best. We all do Glenn keeping all the balls in the trying to be the best that I can possibly pay apple to goes wants ten one very soon to be fifteen. She keeps telling me slush warning me. We'll be driving in two years. taunting is about you know. I sort of I I do love. It and I love talking parenting because for me. It's an endlessly fascinating conversation because we're all just trying to do the best job we cannot for me. I am fascinated by how everybody else makes it work and makes it look easy because I've always looks like and I'm I'm into discussing it with other. Moms the challenges we fight because you the universal the challenges and them whatever it is. It's it's an interesting topic that I just lot talk about. You Know Oh yeah that's my. DVD strategies of you found a use for coping with the stuff you don't with strategies in Columbia kindness. The low point is challenging because I'm apparent Patina agent now and that has its challenges. I rolling alone. You know it's hot awed is sort of like you've got. You've replace where they're just trying to get to grips with. All these hormones run the hormonal arrest and they're just trying to work everything in their own minds and they just need to know that often whenever you you know you're being authored. You're doing it from a loving place yeah. It's for the greater good so yeah I enjoy a book talk about parenting early on when my little one was what might throw when my eldest was she was three and a half four and I wrote a book about parenting for the baby diaries because she didn't sleep three and a half offiah's those new to the second one at workup every forty five minute. Oh well for three and a half years I on she'd wake up three times a night. I remember when I took it to sometimes I had to throw myself off the bed and crawl on all floors down the hallway to throw myself delve into the shower wakeup dot right then full-fat coke before speak. I mean it was desperate time. I couldn't sleep deprivation was Absolu- Salou held and when we afforded off years between our children because you can't even consider another child when one's not sleeping. I can't even consider doing the thing you'd have to do to get the trump. What exactly so yes we she didn't sleep for three and a half years and we had another child. She's she was almost four years old and a second child slept. I would say from literally through the night from week. Twelve stops then she's ten years old twelve hours a night. It's like an off button. Get Record Aguirre today. She rolled from inside closes. Arise and Jannik face falls asleep. Thank God because couldn't because we against that we sort of we learned the secret of self teach into self settle. Don't drop them to sleep because when they wake up in the middle of the night as babies and you're not there they will cry in protest. The rephrased smiling wave woke up the room and they will often they fall asleep some by themselves comfort with key or domain. Don't whatever you do so confident in a toy and then if they wake up for the night they will fall back asleep without yelling for you because you were bad cappella sleep magician. She's a magician away. Is the secret sleep. Oh yes never go sleep. Deprivation makes you inside. It really does it or not. You should know I just yeah and you do see that thousand yard. Stare the new mom who's pushing pushing the button and you can't go out to the at this one was a massive bag of marshmallows and she was just Kinda guy on own with one hand pushing the buggy because the sugar is anything anything that can keep me awake so I can everyone dry the cliff. It's just it only any means necessary. Its survival absolutely absolutely I'd wet hair leaving the house clean Matisse Verse Three Months. Just SORTA workouts boggy open. Get the baby food. Are you a fish finger and chicken nuggets cameras at all. I'm not it's not all organic but I try and get as many by whole foods vegetables into the food is love I and you know and it's it's a former loveth giving kids nutritious food as much as you can practically swap you French fries frozen sweet potato fries. They're a little bit better for your interest and I'll make about you know making sort of something off raise up and do a little bit. That's music nickname make Turkey burgers and all rounded up and mixing the Virgin Dude double the amount of freedom for next week so I do try and give nutritious food because I feel guilty if I don't you know whole foods mostly but the cost of course weekdays unfortunate they've inherited. It dot like putting fourteen as well so it's not. I'm not saying I'm on Djelic by try. I do try give them coped of whole foods wear wear
Hatice Cengiz's mission: Don't forget Jamal Khashoggi
"I'm with ruler Caliph the deputy editor of the F. T. and she's had recently rather astonishing interview. She met recently Hattie's challenges who of course found herself at the center of an international drama indeed something of a horror story last October. This is when the young Turkish academic were seen waiting outside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul for her fiance who never appeared that man of course was the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi details of whose murder at the hands of Saudi the thugs would leak out over the coming days and weeks so so really just start by telling us. What is the state of the investigation into Khashoggi's death? Well depends what you mean by investigation and which investigation in Saudi Arabia Arabia a group of people are being put on trial but we know very little about this trial elsewhere. There has been a U._N.. report by a U._N.. Expert on the murder however that report does not or have any legal basis it only makes recommendations and it has recommended an impartial international investigation for that to happen however you would need you on Security Council approval and I don't expect that exactly exactly 'cause you're touching on the really important point of the sort of full out of this whole saga namely. It doesn't look as if we're going to be many repercussions for the Saudi regime does it and why is that. I think that there were initially some repercussions for the. The Saudi regime mainly reputational a lot of business. People and political figures stayed away from Saudi Arabia. There was a bit conference. That was a flop but I think over time things of return to normal. I don't think the reputation of the Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman the man we know as and BS will ever really fully recover but I think that once Western governments and especially the U._S. government can't say that doing business with Saudi Arabia's fine he was for example at the g twenty in fact Saudi Arabia is going to be hosting the g twenty next year that is kind of rehabilitation Saudi Arabia hosting the g twenty year stunning given all that happened and imagine particularly appalling news for your lunch companion. The other day had tease Chang who is campaigning passionately for Kashoggi's motorists to be brought to justice. is is Here a clip now so I want to know who gave the order to kill them out and who else knew I want to know. Where is his body? I implore you to take action darkness essay. It is time for sanctions so that was her tease. Chang is speaking at the U._N.. Human Rights Council in Geneva last month. The Agnes was referring to as Agnes Calamar the special reporter on extrajudicial killings who had in fact just revealed called the results of this investigation you talking about ruler which found quote credible evidence clothes quotes that senior Saudis implicated in Mr Kashoggi's murder but let's turn to at t's challenges this was a powerful and really poignant. Poignant interview you had to do rule tell us what impression did you make. It was obviously a painful interview. It's painful for her to speak about Sharma but I think she's also now very driven. She is so frustrated by the silence she so frustrated by the fact that there has been no action that she's now turned this into her mission. Jomo Hachioji was essentially fighting for human rights. It's this is what he was writing about and she now feels that she has to take up that fight as I write in my lunch with the F. T. she now knows that she is part of the story. She's been studying the Middle East for a long time and now she feels that she's become one of its victims and there are so many of them so she was fighting back tears the whole lunch at one point when she tells me about the nights when she knew for sure that Jamal was dead. That's when her tears came rushing down one of the many things that struck me about her accounting hug conversation with you was relatively brief had in her relationship with Jamalco. Gee I mean they don't known each other for a few months. I wonder if you could just say a little bit about how they met in the nature of their relationship yes they only met in May of last year they met at a conference about the Gulf in Istanbul. Jamaa was speaking at that conference and she had only known him as someone who should seen on T._v.. She'd read him. She was very interested in Saudi Arabia and she was very keen to interview him about what. What was going on in Saudi Arabia what he was writing about and so she just goes up to him and introduces herself and says can we talk? Can you give me a few minutes and she speaks to him in Arabic because she speaks pretty fluent Arabic and I think that impresses impresses Jamal and so they meet up he asks her by Turkish awesome about Saudi and then she contact him again to tell him when the story is going to be published and two. I think check some quotes that's next time he goes to Turkey. They meet up again but this was a very quick romance in many ways but from what she told me this also has to do with the fact that Jemaah was in a very uncomfortable place ace at the time he was sort of looking for a new life. He'd been exiled in the U._S.. He was on his own so he was looking for a companion and he was very depressed and I think that they found in each other. You know the person she understood him. He understood her and so yes. This was a marathon romance. When he was murdered? He was writing columns for the Washington Post but as his then fiancee points out in this interview he actually in previous part of his life. He'd been an advisor to some members of the Saudi Royal Family Herself says in this interview one of the many powerful lines she says Jamal was from the palace not from outside it. He was not their enemy. Can you tell us why were they so frightened of him. Why did they have to kill him well? It's a very good question Alec. I don't think that anyone really knows why they were so frightened of him but it is also possible that they weren't that frightened of him. They had a strategy. Ah of silencing anyone who was critical of the Crown Prince Jamal wasn't the only one many of journals friends who stayed in Saudi Arabia are in jail and this new regime demint Saudi Arabia requires not only that you don't criticize they require that you approve the reason Jamal had left was because he did not want to engage and to support award a very hostile strategy towards cutter he was required to write in support of the strategy and that's where he drew the line and so there is such an intolerance that even someone who is only a writer actually not a writer who schooling for revolution a writer who wants Saudi Arabia to correct and to move on a better path. I mean you can even argue that much of what he was. Writing was advice to the crown prince but there is zero tolerance. It's not going to be easy for her. T snow is it nearly a year has passed as you said earlier for some parts of the sort of Western business in foreign policy establishment is not quite business as usual but they are going to re apply some of those ties to Saudi. What do you see happens to her now to? She pursue this cause at U._N.. How does she make any headway? I found and her to be very determined. I think that she wants to use the Kalama a report to try to put pressure on Western governments but may be more broadly she. Will become a voice that is just fighting for human rights at some point. I imagine she would even have to address that in Turkey. Because of course there are a lot of journalists who are jailed elden Turkey for hottest today. Her cause is Jamal but I think that she may also in the future want to broaden her course that it's not Jamaa and the Truth About Jamaa which I'm sure she will continue to fight for but YEP. She may very well be campaigner for human rights all is thrust upon her shoulders after just knowing him for a few months extraordinary I think we should end with a clip from Matisse which is also something of a call to arms from in her and she said this at the U._N.. Session in Geneva last month echoing what she said to you in this remarkable interview it's not only my below Jamal who was more that they but also democracy human rights and freedoms the failure to punish murderers F._X.. Also Mr Chair the truth always wins. He's story. We'll take note of those who stood with through and those who did not police take action.
Famed Auction House Sothebys Sold for $3.7 Billion
"The business wars daily is brought to you by Staples work is changing, but Staples is changing right along with it. The new Staples delivers solutions to help your team be more connected productive, and inspired. Learn more at Staples dot com slash change. From wondering, I'm David Brown and this business wars daily on this Monday, June twenty fourth. Sotheby's the famed auction house just closed its biggest sale ever. It sold itself to French Isreaeli businessman Patrick, dry for three point seven billion dollars dry. He is a telecom and cable industry tycoon. He founded European cable company. I'll tease in two thousand one and has a reputation for building a global business empire through acquisitions and aggressive cost-cutting. But the Wall Street Journal has already reassured art lovers to mention Sotheby's employee's the dry. He won't bring that cutthroat strategy to his newest acquisition rather, he's buying the auction house for art's sake. The journal says and art lover himself draw. He owns works by Picasso Matisse and Chagall and. His long admired the auction company, which was founded in London in seventeen forty four at least now draw he plans to hold onto Sotheby's for the long term and help it grow the first step. He intends to take these private ending. It's thirty one year stint on the new York Stock Exchange. The idea is that going private will help Sotheby's compete with its arch-rival Christie's Christie's is a private company also owned by a French businessman, the two companies often scrap over lucrative consignment deals to sell multi million dollar artworks in collectibles to seal those deals auction houses often discount their commissions, but as a privately, held business Christie's had more latitude to shave its commissions and make big deals than Sotheby's did since Sotheby's had to report those details to shareholders that latitude makes a difference over the last year. Both Christie's and Sotheby's have done well, booed by a healthy economy. But in absolute terms, Christie's fared better than Sotheby's by more than a half of a billion dollars. Christie's is seen as the winner in the art collection duopoly in part because it has captured some gasp worthy deals in 2017 it sold a rediscovered Leonardo Davinci painting for a record price of four hundred fifty million dollars. And last year it sold the art collection of Peggy and David Rockefeller for a record price as well. Eight hundred thirty five million dollars under draw. He's ownership Sotheby's should prove to be a more aggressive rival, and that won't just be an in-person auctions, but online as well. The company intends to expand on a strategy that already started boosting its digital sales are collectors still politely raised their hands at live auctions to bid on old masters, but more and more often younger art buyers are bidding online, Sotheby's soul, two hundred twenty million dollars worth. Of art online last year up twenty four percent from twenty seventeen the Wall Street Journal reported, it's too soon to know whether taking Southeby's private, and pushing online sales will help Sotheby's surged past Christie's or not. But one thing is clear Patrick draw. He is already proved himself to be artful at growing companies now. We'll see whether he'll be successful at painting, a new future for Southeby's. From wondering this is business daily if you like our show, sure would appreciate a review and a rating on your favorite podcast app. I've David Brown, and we'll be back with you tomorrow. Business wars. Daily is brought to you by Staples. The world of work is changing faster than ever before a week ago open floor plans were in. Now, they're out the pace of our evolving work lives can feel overwhelming. But Staples can help not the old stables, but a new Staples that delivers solutions to help your team be more connected productive, and inspired work may be constantly changing. But Staples is changing right along with it to support you. Learn more at Staples dot com slash change.
KKR agrees buyout deal with German media giant
"The influential German media group, Axel Springer is seeking to go private with the help of US investor K are the greet paves that freeing itself from short-term market scrutiny will play the past for ambitious expansion plans Katie Martin discusses the move with our ash CG and vice versa. So tell us a bit about the history of Axel Springer. Where does the company fit into the German media scene will re company was founded right after the war by access Clinger, the hugely powerful archetype, German media tycoon. The power of the company really has long rested on ownership of bills, the German, tabloid paper, which is the biggest selling newspaper in Europe and hugely influential still in Berlin circles. What has made spring, quite special was always had a very strong political stance is very conservative paper. It's as editorial principles that or the journalists have to sign up to those included before unification that papers had to work towards helping Germany reunify, very strong supporter of transatlantic alliance with the US, very strong supporter of Israel. So it's a sort of very powerful commercially successful. But. Also, the very value driven publisher. And so over the years, obviously, it has changed its make up quite drastically. Many of the regional papers were sold off and it's tried to reinvent itself. And it's quite successfully as digitally focused company. So obviously billed as the biggest title, but what would be the other name publications the rest of us over here in London might know about the other well-known old media opportunity, they have is developed, which is sort of conservative broadsheet daily, but a very sort of spectacle paper, whereas Il can be quite wild until very recently running topless photos on the front page every day, of course shipping, a famous people surprised by the financial times in two thousand fifteen but narrowly, failed them was beaten out by Nikai, but company has really tried to reinvent itself. As a digital company over the last decade in particular, and that has meant heavy investment in two areas. One is in the online ads business, both for property and for jobs. Where spring owns some of the biggest sites in Europe in the U K in France and Germany in particular. And that segment of the business now makes up by far the bulk of their earnings. So she decided very early on to exit some of their old media businesses and shift money into new media. I'm so on the one hand that is this online ads business. And on the other hand that's investments in properties, such as business insider, the US news sites which they bought in twenty fifteen and setting up a joint venture to launch political Europe, in Brussels, most change, what are the main shareholders wants take the company private? And what are the terms of the deal will there's been sort of falling out of love between management and shareholders in particular over the past year management, especially CEO matere Turner feels that Springer needs to invest invest, invest in the titular to show up the companies. Wrong position in the online business. And what has happened is that over the past year in particular, it had to downgrade its guidance largely because of the need for more investment. And so that's not on the management board. And clearly also either spring out of founder's widow who owns more than forty percent of the company's. Still, they feel that the company is at a stage where it needs to invest, where needs trade sort of short term earnings for long term prospects and shareholders just don't seem to be willing to go along with that. And that really is sort of Reuss of the idea to take spring a private and to do that. Feeder, Springer's widow and Mr. depth no who himself owns two point eight percent of the company have teamed up with KKR and they are offering shareholders, sixty three euros a share which is a forty percent premium to the undisturbed share price. But it's still quite substantially below where the share was only last year. So is this a? Good deal for the minority shareholders, who are going to be both out. Well, it was an interesting statement that came out of extra Springer on the day that the author was sort of finally made public and confirmed on the very same day they issued a pretty hefty profit warning. And so, basically the message to shareholders walls, whatever you think of this price that we're offering you, if you don't take it, you info quite a bumpy ride, because the company will prioritize investment over short term profit and over reliably raising the dividend, and these kinds of things that shareholders, like so probably the message to shareholders at least it's been it's not gonna get any better for you. If this deal doesn't go through. So Arash why would you know, big, shiny US private equity group like take care? Be interested in paying a premium to help the company take yourself by that. Well, there's a couple of dynamics at play. I mean first of all, kick yards a very big European presence. So they're already on the continent throw in the fact that actual Springer and build. In particular, come with a lot of social capital in the sense that you're playing with one of the most powerful and influential media companies in Europe and getting your hands on one of these prize, commodities is often very attractive for people if you think about the company's structure with free to stringer owning over forty percent of the company's control and Matisse dope. Never at their two and a half percent. The idea of ever really having a say in a company like this is a rare commodity. So if you're kick are, there's a couple of tractive reasons there now actual Springer has been thinking about this for some time, Amatya still who's the engineer of this whole transaction has been interviewing private equity firms over the last few months, I discovered in my reporting and selected KKR for a number of reasons. And so they are now teamed up and while importantly, the structure basically sees the kick AARP has to satisfy getting twenty percent of the minority shareholders. So if you think that free to spring controls about forty two percent Matisse stove close to three percent. They need to get to about sixty five percents delist the company, and so that's why the offer comes with the terms that says care, I need I about twenty. Sent a minimum of twenty percent of the shares out once the private care will still be a minority partner, but they will have influence and so on so forth and in the European private equity environment. There are very few deals where you can put a check of a billion euros. I work in one go. So this is quite attractive for a number of reasons and obviously, the main reason why company like KKR goes into bed with anyone is to make a ton of money for its shareholders. So that's principally the goal here. So speaking of making a ton of money what all the plans for the company beyond the deal will you got to imagine there's a couple of things going on. There's probably some structural changes to the company and its alignment and jobs, which will probably be better executed private and out of the headlines wants. It's private. We don't get to see what's happening. It's a lot harder comes a lot less transparent. Some of the difficult decisions that public markets, create for management will no longer be there. So that means the restructure structure, fire people that will happen outside the glare of the public eye. Maybe some of the dirtier work inside the portfolio of assets that isn't as nicely managed. Can be shut off in ways that again, don't get the same attraction and equally. If you want to make big bets on certain other businesses, you then have firepower and the ability to go for it without public markets judging the transactions. So you have to imagine that there is a plan for kick AR to basically bring firepower to the table for them to pursue transactions to then ultimately see them in maybe five years time returned to market at a big profit for everybody. So companies have traditionally preferred to raise cash from shareholders on the public markets toward extended this going into reverse. This is a bit of a unique situation. And in fact, Qiqihar has experienced doing this in Germany, where there's typically large foundation or large shareholder as the cornerstone investment care help, take a market research company called Jeff K private in Germany, similar structure almost the same playbook. Twenty percent added onto the deal to delist and to it that way. It's a different form of LB OBE leveraged by because you're not buying out the whole thing as majority partner, you're buying it as a minority part. But all the advantages of elbow exists, as long as you can work through the management structure, which you won't have as much influence over. So I don't think this is a major trend in terms of public private markets. I think it's unique to companies where there's a cornerstone investor with forty two percent sitting there and the options are limited. So this is kind of a unique structure almost German specific and a lot of ways and care has done it before. It's very specific to kick AR. So what are the big challenges for the company now is it getting the daily of the line, or is it taking what could be quite painful decisions once, that's all done? They probably have a plan for what they're going to do once. It's all done the hard part is getting across the line. So if you're kick AR union to make sure that twenty percent of the investors sign up to this the could play hardball with you. There's history of people like Elliott and some really clever investors going in enforcing railroading companies to pay more money in deals. There's a added complication, which is that there are heirs of the Springer family who also have roughly ten percent of the company axel. Vents Springer spends finger and Ariane Melanie Springer who have about ten percent combined now. My reporting suggests that it's not all hunky Dory on the family side and it's not like everyone's on the same page. I'm not saying it's like HBO show succession, but, you know, families are complicated in the politics within that is always tricky as we've seen in, in other media family like the Murdoch's. So the question is will these to put their ten percent in, because that already gets K are halfway there, or do they take the view that this is going to be, so profitable once they take it private and fix it up that they should stick around and that automatically add some complication because then it shortens lists, the view is they're going to ride the journey still and want to get rich off what happens. So they'll have to convince the other shareholders, this is a good deal. And that's the primary challenge right now families, plus money always equals drama. Right. And great headlines and headlines, she great for us. But Tobias how is this going down in Germany? How's it being viewed, this surprisingly little political reaction to this? I mean as the rash mentioned. Spring is hugely politically influential, all the perhaps, less with the Mackel government than with all the previous ones. I think it's in very much presented here as a move to shore up the sort of long term future of the group. It's been presented and also launch the scene. I think as a move in favor of sort of a long term view, rather than short-term pressure from the capital markets. And as we know that kind of discourse tends to go down quite well with the German public. So they're certainly been very little criticism of this deal. And I think there's also sort of expectation or hope that extra could use this window can use this freedom of being a private company to bulk up and protect itself against, for example, new competition from the likes of Google, which is pushing very hard into the market for online small ads. So I think this is a deal that is really metro little criticism from any corner him. That was Katie mountain. Compass markets editor, soaking Arash Markazi corporate finance deals editor and Tobias the Berlin correspondent, thanks for listening. Don't
"matisse" Discussed on KOMO
"Trevor Williams with you for the the halftime show, you dub leading Oregon state slim margin, thirty three to thirty two in Alaska Airlines arena. Tonight's UPS halftime stats are brought to you by UPS, proud partner of the Washington. Huskies some three balls in this one early Matisse Stibal able to do what he does best to lead to one of the huskies. So far six triples of the first half tries to throw top of the key intercept of I guess you thighbone throws head to Chris Greg wing triple. Daily. Forty two fourteen and they're all their feet at Alaska Airlines arena as a big run for the dogs. Oregon state came back a couple of times in that first half of Matisse fiber breaking his own school record one hundred two steals early on and a half later in the half. He did it once again, it took it himself. Picks up his dribble. Stibal husky sleep by by Matiz raises, the roof rare that you see Matiz get it on the ball pick like that. But this guy is going for it. He's trying to set records break records smash records and wins the ball games the process he is closing in on Gary Payton for the career steals record. Fifty four percent shooting for the dogs in the first half six percent better than the fevers the docs made three more threes, but trace tackles one right at the horn hurt at the end of the half dogs bore seven turnovers Oregon state eight, but the huskies had a nine point advantage points off of eleven into the glass, one by the viewers fifteen to twelve things pretty even in the paint this but the huskies seven zip advantage on the fast break docks were led by David crisp eleven points in his first half drifts takeover. Oregon state with ten is those UPS halftime stats..
Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull and Matisse discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"The WTO against US tariffs on sixteen billion US dollars worth of Chinese goods. The threat comes off to the US imposed a second-round of tariffs on Chinese goods in an escalation of their trade war. The twenty five percent tax came into effect at noon in Beijing. There are fears that more tariffs could further hurt companies and consumers and the Democratic Republic of Congo has approved four more experimental treatments against the deadly Ebola
Tennessee Executes Inmate With Controversial Drugs Despite Sotomayor's Powerful Dissent
"Blistering dissent from supreme court Justice Sonia. Sotomayor hours before Tennessee's first execution in nearly, a decade Thursday after the high court cleared the way for the execution denying a. Request for a stay or riding in her opinion. That, the state was on the verge. Of inflicting several minutes of torturous pain on an inmate Custody she, was referencing the court fight over three drug lethal injections in. Several states Associated Press reporter Jonathan Matisse witnessed the execution of, the man could Dan for the nine hundred eighty five rape and murder of a child and describes his
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and Nikki Batiste discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"Led to death threats against them forcing them to move multiple times The state of Pennsylvania is investigating the sexual. Abuse of children by priests in six Catholic diocese with the grand jury. Report due out soon, the diocese of Harrisburg today identified seventy-one priests and others among. The accused and said bishops, who led the church will be held accountable, details on this from Nikki Batiste I expressed profound sorrow and I apologize to the survivors of child sex abuse. Harrisburg Bishop Ronald gainers, apology today comes as the. Catholic church is once again under fire we take seriously both my, and the dioceses obligation to prevent such abuse from occurring the Bishop publicly released the names of seventy one clergy accused of sexually abusing minors, in the Harrisburg diocese going back to, nineteen forty most of our four no longer, in this new it comes just days before the end of the grand jury investigation More than three hundred priests this information being sexual predators Six of the Pennsylvania's Dyson details Sixty-six-year-old Sharon tells us she told the grand jury was I. Sexually abused by James McCann She was. Twenty years I was just happy go lucky kid and all of a sudden he started, laying down with me at night it started off with just, touching and went to intercourse like many other victims tells case. Fell out of the state's statute of limitations that? Some say this grand jury report will give their stories of abuse validation what does, this grand jury report mean to you It means I went and testified in front of the. Grand jury so there were thirty people sitting in front. Of me I testified for like two hours and they believe me There have. Been two arrests so far yesterday one priest pled guilty, the other is awaiting trial this fall on criminal charges but most, of. These cases fall outside. Of Pennsylvania's statute of. Limitations Jeff great interview Nikki Matisse thank you coming up next on the CBS evening news Americans are, killed biking in central Asia and ISIS has claimed responsibility and. Later thieves in a speedboat make off Sweden's crown jewels WBZ news time six forty four time for the Subaru. Retailers of New England all-wheel-drive traffic report and Mike gang, yes still tough getting out, of town Nicole. Let's the mass pike westbound that's crawling from the ninety. Three interchange l.. Towards the, com- overpass which you probably. Know is under construction you're down to two lanes there and, eastbound is backed up well over a mile coming in towards comm you're down to two lanes on the eastbound side as well elsewhere the expressway south better coming out of the, tunnel but, you're on the brakes. Passing south bay and that's pretty slow from quantum street to, the split northbound. Is slow passing over pods at circle and delays coming up, towards the. Tunnel up north ninety three north slow going..
Algorithms are taking over. Should we worry?
"Have you ever wondered what techno dance music would sound like if it would devise by a robot, we'll maybe a bit like this. The man who wrote the software for this Ferial noise is Alex MacLean, aka Jack sue. A pioneer of what's called l. go rave. Yeah, my music of like outgrowth MC, techno because make my music using algorithms, but yet it's dumps music heart, but think about our good in terms of patents. So as of combining different ways transforming musical sequences like verse in shopping, rearranging, and we kind of described and how to construct a piece of music and you end up with this quite surprising structure at the end of it which can be so these strange repetitions in force glitches. With the dons music. People want to hear something new. And I think code because it gives you the of an expected result all the time and kind of that's you find those strange areas. Music, which you might not otherwise find. Taking it to a higher plane Aksu and his alga rave music. This is all just to demonstrate something more broad, of course, that algorithms as they're known are increasingly well, they're everywhere behind the scenes in on, lies affecting how we live love, relax, even how we governed more Madden a bid. But first Matisse spill camp, he's become so concerned about algorithms unseen role in our lives. These helped to create the pressure group algorithm watch. First of I asked what exactly is in l. within an algorithm is basically just a set of rules, doubt in our context tells the machine what to do with certain inflammation. So you put some information in, you have to set of rules and you get a reside on the other end. Why do they need watching? Because they have become so complex and they are used for such important decision making that. We as a society need to be aware that there can be certain problems with them. For example, they can be biased baked in the badly designed Ed rooms that come up with bad results, then have an effect on everyone's
China says it won't devalue currency to bolster exports
"Morning I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg world. Headquarters in New York and I'm Rishaad, Salamat in Hong, Kong likely to be shaping up for the Asian trading day of course Doug we all starting off with a, brand new week very much focused on the foreign exchange ratio. Because the President Trump has you know said recent weakness of the Chinese Yuan combined with the recent gains. That we have, seen in the dollar really risk. Putting the US at a disadvantage we had the, dollar. Retreating against the majors in the Friday session during a New York trading with the Bloomberg dollar spot index dropping. About eight. Tenths of one percent we closed right at. That fifty day moving average meantime the Japanese yen jumped nine tenths of. One percent we also had the. President saying he's not. Thrilled that. The, fed is. Raising interest rates and potentially slowing the economy let's not forget the. Trade issue too because at the end of last week President Trump declared he was ready to. Impose tariffs on all five Five hundred billion dollars worth of, Chinese imports US ten year treasury last quoted in the New York session Friday at around two. Point eight, nine, percent on Sunday Iran's president warned President Trump not, to threaten Iranian oil exports now the president has vowed to shut Iran, out of, world markets by demanding that other countries stop buying Iranian crude by the end of November however Hassan Rouani was saying do not play with the lion's. Tail it will bring regret WTI in the New York session Friday finished at sixty eight twenty six we're trading off about. One tenth of one percent right now against. That and because of the big move. In the end, we're seeing a little bit of weakness right now. In Nikkei futures rish Yup we, also go there's winning from the g twenty the world's top finance chief saying trade. Tensions threatening a global economic growth the. G. twenty statement says the main risks, rising financial valid, vulnerabilities heightened trade and geopolitical tensions global imbalances inequality And structurally weak growth factory Espy is in one is that he's covering the gathering dominated, the conversation here And there, is concerned that that some of the emerging markets such as Argentina could be impacted by the market volatility trade complex could create The statement also said emerging. Markets also face the threat of capital outflows the g. twenty by the way removed its. Usual pledge to stay away from competitive currency devaluations we got the. Dollar, trading against the Chinese Yuan right, now at six seventy eight thirteen we're watching. This, very carefully after the president accused Beijing on Fridays well as the European Union of gaming their currencies in a way, to boost exports now these remarks come after the president lashed. Out at the fed and threatened to ramp. Up the trade fight with, China even more peo- Matisse. Is EM FX strategist at Robbo Bank he says the could keep. Weakening from here whenever a central Bank launches Kiwi, currency tends to weekend so we expect the you want to remain on the back foot so we may see some stubby around six eighty but we might find bullish on now that sentiment is echoed by others including Frederic Neumann of HSBC. Newman also saying the BBC appears to have more stomach for volatility than it used to All right Ratio are? You there Does China is what really where I wanted to talk about it because it appears to be collecting more fans as it moves. Toward its Hong Kong IPO wearing hill has got Alibaba agreed to join. A group of cornerstone investors allows the Dow ten firms agreed to, by about one point four billion dollars in stock hill houses putting in about four hundred, million dollars and Todd but one hundred million sanitize expected to start. Taking investor orders today the IPO could raise around about eight billion dollars making it one of the biggest. IP as, in years right now I have Pfizer putting indications are shares will price in Hongkong dollars between one dollars twenty six, hundred. Dollar, fifty eight Doug well we have the former head of Fiat Chrysler in the intensive care unit because, of deteriorating health news agency, onset saying that Sergio Mark Joanie. Is in irreversible condition the automaker yesterday naming be fifty four year old Brit Mike Manley, to replace him. Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Tells us the choice shows that, Fiat Chrysler thinks the future is all about Jeep Manley's been head. Of Fiat Chrysler automobiles Jeep brand since two.
"matisse" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Sometimes, with our, differently abled dogs you know the, games change a little bit but. You, can, still. Have, fun oh yeah Yep Was also playing tug, with him again it, used to be he would chase tug thing go crazy. And now, I just, kind of dangle little bit let, him catch it but he could. Still, play. Doug A, little a little more jet which is nice but. He's still. Enjoys the game even if the pace has slowed, down a little bit, and it doesn't take much room Yeah so it's still do your stuff like that and gosh sues little deaf dog Matisse he loves it he just throws himself into well and that's that's. The difference I think having a disability appear as an. Adult dog in different ages versus one who's born, that way Matisse, with the neurological problems in the deafness from birth he doesn't know adhering is and he has no idea he's differently abled He just I swear he just has a big grin on his face all. The, time yeah Happy maybe every. Now and, then a loud noise will startle him I think in the ripe rations but. Other He's out there playing with dogs ten times this. Is they don't cut him a. Whole lot He's too gung-ho, himself even. If they wanted to cut him some slack that So who is, talked? About getting him a vibrating collar a lot of owners of tough talks, right we'll use a vibrating, caller and teach the dog almost semaphore Morse. Code right to respond to things. But actually he stays so close to her you wander off a little bit Uh-huh but he's checking in with her visually so much that she. Can use hand signals the majority of the time even? Around the house Chazan had any great, motivation? To teach it to him yet I think if I were in that, situation I think I would, if nothing else to have a better come. For when the dog gets distracted Because Matisse does run and. Play with the other dogs primarily in the fenced, yard here at the training but. I didn't talk about it but the the other afternoon I think it was before. Puppy play class she had Matisse and her min pin Tanner both out. In. The non fenced in area oh okay and it was a little bit of Tanner being the helper dog Tanner, and Matisse were go off and sniff and then she would call Tanner and when. He came running back Matisse would see you, and run along with them and then they both got plenty thing that with the Tayo for awhile Tango shatter out there she'll call to in the. Matisse's following got it so you ever hear saying take opening Matisse back Back and take a comes to sue Matisse's following. And everybody gets a reward everybody gets. I have. To call my boy back because Matisse's beaten up This little tiny Jack Russell throughout Whatever he is for. Euros leaping up in the air it's top his, toes from getting Matisse grabs his Elsa. Just hangs on like a bulldog So much fun they have so much fun all right let's take a break in our show for a minute and talk about what if our sponsors Bisset. Recently sent us their new bark.
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"Sometimes with, our differently abled dogs you know, the games change a little bit. But, you. Can. Still have fun oh yeah Yep. Was, also playing tug with him Again it used to be he would. Chase that, thing go, crazy and now I just kind, of dangle a little bit let. Him, catch. It. But he could still play Doug A little, more a little more. Gently which is nice but. He's still. Enjoys the game even if the pace is slowed down, a little bit and, it doesn't take as much room Yeah so it's still do your stuff like that and gosh sues little dog Matisse he loves it he just throws himself into will and. That's that's the difference I think having a disability appear. As an adult dog in different ages versus one who's, born that way, Matisse with the neurological problems in the deafness from birth he doesn't know adhering is and, he has no idea he's differently abled Cobbling from. Pete he just I swear he just has a big grin on. His, face all the. Time yeah Happy maybe every. Now and, then a loud noise will startle him I think in the ripe rations but. Other He's out there playing with dogs ten times the size. And they don't cut him a. Whole lot He's too, gung-ho himself even if, they wanted to cut him some slack that So who is, talked? About getting him a vibrating collar a lot of owners of tough talks, right we'll use a vibrating, caller and teach the dog almost semaphore Morse. Code right to respond to things. But actually he stays so close to her you wander off a little bit But he's checking in with her visually so much that she can use hand signals the majority of the time even around the house so she hasn't had any great motivation to, teach it to him yet I think if I were in, that situation I think I would if nothing. Else to have a better come for when the dog gets distracted because Matisse does run. And, play. With the other dogs primarily in the fenced yard here at. The training but I didn't talk about it but, the the other afternoon I think. It was before puppy play class she had Matisse and her min pin Tanner both. Out in the non fenced in area oh okay and it. Was a little bit of Tanner being the helper dog? Tanner and Matisse were go off and, sniff? And then she would call Tanner and when he came running back Matisse, would see him and run. Along with them and then they both got. Plenty of that with the team Tango for awhile Tango. Chatter out there she'll call the two in. The Matisse's. Following got it so you, ever hear her say takeover Matisse back Back and take a comes to sue Matisse's following. And everybody gets a reward everybody gets I. Have to. Call my boy back because, Matisse's beaten up on This little tiny Jack Russell chihuahuas Whatever he is for euros, leaping up in the air top his, toes from getting Matisse grabs his gel suggests hangs, on like a bulldog The. Band so. Much fun they have so much fun okay all right let's take a break in our show for a minute and talk about one of our sponsors Bisset. Recently sent us their new bark bath, dot washing system I have to be careful. Saying that say at five times real quick.
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"matisse" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"And the espn app i am jim baskerville those stories coming up but we begin with another manny as seen on espn plus on saturday manny pacquiao returned to the ring but the first time since july of twenty seventeen and did so impressively pactel floors third time how victory turn fight about it yeah how 'bout it returned to the ring victorious pack yeah defeats lucas matisse via that seventh round tko to claim the a welterweight title in malaysia the fight was packed house i is that controversial unanimous decision against australia sam horn back in thousand seventeen he dropped not say three times in route to his first win by stoppage since two thousand nine espn boxing analyst teddy atlas on sportscenter with kenny mayne though pacman impressive buddy wasn't so much with matisse maniac fans out there no disrespect give them a lot of credit thirty nine years old he got the job done looked good yes against thirty six year old who in the end quit a diminishment matisse who did not fight he did not try and very little spicy through for the most part it was he was a guy who looked like just getting paid let's say wants to go on was this an okay fight to restart is is great you're taking a year off you cannot come up the only thing he could not if you're going to be really thorough if you're going to really ray vision his fight and really be honest about it you look at what i just said you look cheesy thirty six years old forty five fights at the end he took a knee equity looked like he was going to quit round when he get hit that punch that barely touched them might have been up top around the temple was going to be a spot delayed knocked down it took a knee it looked like he was thinking about not continuing at that point and then two hours later he does get hit again good uppercut just like you did lagarde round gets dropped with that on the right hand blinded him a little bit what he decides to take a knee thinking about quitting i'm not in his brain i know that but i've been in this business forty five years he was thinking do i continue all right i'll continue at and of course he got convinced not to continue with that really good solid left uppercut again marvelous performance for thirty nine year old would sixty nine fights no doubt about it but no effort on the other side no resistance on the other side if you can fight guys like that all the time you might be able to fight doing seventynine pack yeah who turns forty in december party for the first time with neutrino google roy fernandez who replaced the longtime trader freddie roach pacman had been together for six teen years post fight impressions come courtesy of joe tessa tour timothy bradley and mark kriegel it's not just that he beat matisse it's how he did it this look like a vintage in prime package tim absolutely we sold a speed of many pack out of powered combinations flew from every angle he looked very dominant night and he got his knockout victory took him nine years to get any finally got it against matisse yeah the left uppercut was sensational finishing things off with the tko in the seventh round we thought maybe we were writing the final chapter of manny pacquiao especially after we saw last summer against jeff horn instead all whole new outlook now with a key question who's next no you came expecting an epitaph you gotta resurrection what happened with that knockout re energizes the entire sport you're seeing the reemergence of the most marketable commodity in boxing who does he fight when does he fight and giving his debt to the irs the questions on what continent does he fight their number of candidates now but crawford probably being the most sensational but also you can go one hundred and forty pounds to their limitless again he re energizes the commerce of boxing right now in a division the welterweight division that's loaded with big names including the aforementioned pound for pound elite terrence bud crawford the undefeated american fighter from omaha nebraska pac l liens forty four percents of this power punches thrown in knocking out lucas matisse say serena williams in search of her eighth wimbledon title saturday at the all england club but it wasn't meant to be.
"matisse" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Yeah how 'bout it returned to the ring victorious pack yeah defeats lukas matisse hbo that seventh round tko to claim the wb welterweight title in malaysia the fight was packing house i since that controversial unanimous decision against australia's sam horn back in twenty seventeen he dropped not say three times in route to his first win by stoppage since two thousand nine espn boxing analyst teddy atlas on sportscenter with kenny mayne dough pacman impressive buddy wasn't so much with matisse maniac fans out there respect give them a lot of credit thirty nine years old he got the job done he looked good yes against the thirty six year old the end quit diminishment teasing did not fight he did not try and very little spicy food for the most part it was he was a pad some guy who looked like he's getting paid let's say wants to go on was this an okay fight to restart starters is career taking a year off you cannot come cannot grow up only thing you could not if you're going to be rolling throw if you're going to really xray vision is fight and really be honest about it you look at what i just said you look teasing thirty six years old forty five fights at the end it took me equity looked like who's going to quit in a fifth round when he get hit that onset barely touch them might have been up top around the temple was going to be a was delayed knock down into caen it looked like he was thinking about not continuing at that point and then two hours later he does get hit again good thirdround he gets dropped with that on the right hand wind in a little bit but he decides to take a knee was thinking about quitting i'm not in his brain i know that but i've been in this business forty five years he was thinking do i continue all right i'll continue and then of course he got convinced not to continue with that really good solid love again marvelous performance for thirty nine year old would sixty nine fights no doubt about it but no effort on the other side no resistance on the other side if you can fight guys i got all the time you might be able to fight doing seventynine back yeah who turns forty in december fighting for the first time with neutrino google roy fernandez who replaced longtime trader freddie roach had pacman had been together for six teen years post fight impressions come courtesy of joe tested tour timothy bradley and mark kriegel it's not just that he beat matzec it's how he did it this looks like a vintage in prime package out tim absolutely we sold a speed of many pack out of power combinations flew from every angle he looked very dominant night and he got his knockout victory in what it took him nine years to get any finally got it against matisse yeah left uppercut was sensational finishing things off with the tko in the seventh round we thought maybe we were writing the final chapter of manny pacquiao especially after we saw last summer against geoff garin instead all whole new outlook now with key question who's next came expecting an epitaph you gotta resurrection what happened with that knockout re energizes the entire sport you're seeing the reemergence of the most marketable commodity in boxing who does he fight when does he fight and given his debt to the irs the questions on what continent does he find their number of candidates but crawford probably being the most sensational but also you can go one hundred and forty pounds to their limitless again he re energizes the commerce of boxing right now a division the welterweight division that's loaded with big names including the for mentioned pound for pound elite terrence bud crawford the undefeated american fighter from omaha nebraska pac l liens forty four percents of his power punches thrown in knocking out lucas matisse serena williams in search of her eighth wimbledon title saturday at the all england club but it wasn't meant to be.
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"App i am jim boswell those stories coming up but we begin with another manny as seen on espn plus on saturday manny pacquiao returned to the ring but the first time since july of twenty seventeen and did so impressively out third time how has doubt victory turned fight how yeah how 'bout it returned to the ring victorious pack yeah defeats lukas matisse via that seventh round tko to claim the wb welterweight title in malaysia fight was packing house i is that controversial unanimous decision against australia sam horn back in two thousand seventeen he dropped not say three times in route to his first win by stoppage since two thousand nine espn boxing analyst teddy atlas on sportscenter with kenny mayne pacman impressive buddy wasn't so much with matisse maniac fans out there no disrespect give them a lot of credit thirty nine years old he got the job done he looked good yes against the thirty six year old who in the end quit a diminished matisses who did not fight did not try and very little spicy food for the most part it was he was a guy who looked like just getting paid let's say wants to go on was this an okay fight to restart is is really taking a year off you cannot come off the only thing he could not if you're going to be really throw if you're going to really xray vision is fight and really be honest about it you look at what i just said you looking for tc thirty six years old forty five fights at the end he took a knee equity looked like he was going to quit in a fifth round when he get hit that that barely touched them you know might have been up top around the temple was going to be a spider was delayed knockdown he took a knee it looked like he was thinking about not continuing at that point and then two rounds later he does get hit again good uppercut look third round gets dropped with that on the right hand blinded him a little bit what he decides to take a knee he was thinking about quitting i'm not in his brain i know that but i've been in this business forty five years he was thinking do i continue all right out continue and then of course he got convinced not to continue with that really good solid left uppercut again marvelous performance for thirty nine year old would sixty nine fights no doubt about it but no effort on the other side no resistance on the other side if you can fight guys like that all the time he might be able to fight to seventynine back yeah who turns forty in december fighting for the first time with neutrino booboy fernandez who replaced longtime trader.
"matisse" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"And the espn app i am jim baskerville those stories coming up but we begin with another manny as seen on espn plus on saturday manny pacquiao returned to the ring the first time since july of twenty seventeen and did so impressively the third time keo has done knockout victory turn fight how about it yeah how 'bout it returned to the ring victorious pack your defeats lukas matisse via that seventh round tko to claim the a welterweight title in malaysia fight was packing house i is that controversial unanimous decision against australia's sam horn back in two thousand seventeen drop not say three times in route to his first win by stoppage since two thousand nine espn boxing analyst teddy atlas on sportscenter with kenny mayne though pack band impressive buddy wasn't so much with matisse maniac fans out there no disrespect give them a lot of credit thirty nine years old he got the job done he looked good yes against thirty six year old who in the anti quit a diminishment tc who did not fight he did not try and very little spicy food for the most part it was he was a guy who looked like we just getting paid let's say akio wants to go on with this an okay fight to restart his is taking a year off you cannot we cannot up the only thing you could not if you're going to be really thorough if you're going to really ray vision is fight and really be honest about it you look at what i just said you looking for tc thirty six years old forty five fights at the end he took a knee equity looked like he was going to quit brown when he get hit that punts i barely touched them you know might have been up top around the temple which can be a spider was the delay knockdown it took a knee it looked like was thinking about not continuing at that point and then two rounds later he does get hit again good uppercut just like you did not third round he gets dropped with that on the right hand blinded him a little bit what he decides to take a knee was thinking about quitting i'm not in his brain i know that but i've been in this business forty five years he was thinking do i continue all right i'll continue and then of course he got convinced not to continue with that really good solid left again marvelous performance for thirty nine year old would sixty nine fights no doubt about it but no on the other side no resistance on the other side if you can fight guys like that all the time you might be able to fight to seventy nine pack yeah who turns forty in december fighting for the first time with new trainer booboy fernandez who.
"matisse" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin
"Classes of programming languages such a functional program lenders so these are models that are now in power languages such as haskell and some others so end of the idea of mathematical proof in constructive logic so turns out that the statements the met matisse right they are very much similar to the types that people give to their programmes within the functional language so for example if you have a function takes and injure and which the string you can think of it as an implication that takes something that is lindor and gives you something that does this thing so even the symbol is similar so that's a narrow and that's why this analogy is so powerful and this is why actually has been very much used in relation of the poof assistance that now sort of combined proving end program so writing a theory is the very same right in the time on the day shift to your function and proving this area is very much similar to implement this function it's like your program but types come before your implementations so in the program that's usually they're either way round so you i ride implementation than you think of the types and then it shouldn't come as big surprise programmers especially those who are programming languages such as haskell come which have very very powerful type system there as you do some sort of economic theory improvement even though they might not realize so when the make sure that the type program type checks against the thefts they give so the compiler rise to constrain the poof from the program and the types because like the series there is very simple so you don't need to have a human in the loop to make this additional third over which is the so compiler does that and then the compiler itself checks so the process of night shaking in languages like hospital or combo is it's incorporates side to some extent very simple.
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"Fear that was pulsing through everyone's body so much so that before we left i mentioned to domanski i said we we have to we have to go through a healing process we can't just walk out of this place and so we got into a circle don't matisse said a prayer and that prayer amazing anointing fell down on that brother while there and then i asked the question of this was the last bath and as you leave this last bath what is your declaration what will this be the last of in your life and those of you listening you're going through this emotional experience i know you're having fillings about this right now we're taking you there with us but what would this be the last see this show wasn't just about entertaining you're telling you about what's happening of painting a picture but is to educate you and provide you the knowledge that you can apply so you can begin shift your life right now in this moment so if you feel this emotion what will this be the last of you how is this going to change your life how is this going to change the life of the lineage that you will produce what is this the last that lasts bath was the last bath our ancestors but what is this the last of right now in this moment for you shea thank thank you say one more thing i think one of the things i didn't realize it prior to leaving what's my role as a wife transformation of folks folks transformation debra di it has gone down this journey together with love and getting married older so i wasn't married in my twenties on my thirties i was married in my forties and the when we came back.
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"Hopefully matisse plural maybe she was just a really bad date and he just didn't want to come back to me let's see what happens or what is your out what's the standard like three zero three four seven seven fifty six hundred gift cassie some ideas on what a standard out if things on a date aren't working correctly now you don't wanna do anything to serious like my mom just died back that one up my house yeah those are like too far so like the cat died that's an easy one and i usually don't go to the death row usually it's really so what do you do no no usually all route this cassie go let's hear this i want to say this on air let's hear it you might as well tell the whole world who cares yeah usually it's more of a you know it's not going well and i really need to get out which doesn't usually happen thankfully but unlike have a roommate called say there's something wrong with the house or you know one of my roommates doesn't have a car so that's a really easy to be like oh my gosh like she's stuck she can't get an uber i gotta go get her she can't get an uber i think that's pretty lame anymore use that one by the way people won't guys usually don't question it really out they're not going to be like that just sounds like an out usually they're like.
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"The assisted the game again presented by state farm get an agent that gets you boise state kept chipping away chipping away they had a tunnel run they made nine of seventeen shots and this is how the third quarter would end fifty seconds left hutchison with a steel hutchison goes in it's forty eight forty five unbelievable third quarter finish by the broncos baby the turning point in the game came very early in the fourth quarter boise state had a chance to tie the game just any missed a three and then matisse hits a three so a possible tie goes back to a six point lead for washington there are a couple of times at the broncos had the ball down three and they came up with nothing and then washington either got a two or three the push it back to five or six so there was some big possessions and it seemed like washington for a stretch was hitting everything they needed to chandler hutchison would finish with thirty nine points fourteen rebounds twentythird doubledouble tying the school record set by reggie larry and ryan watkins and this was the big play towards the end that tried to keep boise state in it hutchison on the dry and he's gonna get an ad one maybe on his last boise state basket takes into the rack the foul on breast what a play for chandler hutchison who has thirty four the same amount of points as he had last season at utah and then he goes to the line makes two out of three gets boise state within three at seventy seven seventy four the last seconds boise state somehow in the backward abe ends up with a hell ball two point eight seconds left and lexus williams has the chance i thought he was going to tie it and send it to overtime got his shot kind of blocked kind of tipped caught it again and threw it up and it just didn't quite win he had a look and right off the hands we are right behind him when he shot and right off the hand it looked a little bit left and.
"matisse" Discussed on KOMO
"Of the hardware we've already congratulate you on being coach of the end the pac 12 but you've got to junior guard who was named defensive player of the year and the pac 12 conference matisse liable you know he's you know from day one we talked about being the difference maker in our defense and so when asked me today they said well you know they didn't know the defensive player of the year had been you know awarded at the time and he said well if you add to give a case for a guy for defense a player your what would your story about matisse and i said well the most improved team and we've got the number one defense in terms of pecan palm stats and he's made the biggest impact these let you know i broke the record and steals sees change the entire game defensively and that's been one of the key parts of our success this season and so you know it's like all these awards you know you want awards when you win and getting the kids to understand that it's all about winning it's about playing for something bigger than yourselves and batiz was one of those guys who really bought into that role and in play do godgiven ability which is an incredible anticipate or defensively and completely changed the landscape of this program finance somebody who has got to know ken pomeroy in and asked him the other day matisse style he's got to block percentage of four point eight percentage of five point three has anybody in a major conference had a five point 0 of either of those opposed to those numbers in the same year i'm gonna give you this window tony this is why this is answers now but i'm gonna give you another one is if you.
"matisse" Discussed on KOMO
"Know the kid is just he's got great instincts he's got great anticipation skill and what is he in terms of the year in terms of break into singleseason record so because he's got to be pretty close no he already he already crushed it pierre sane and the pac 12 to pac 12 airing paid one of the great defensive players of our generation and i think matisse if he has a chance to break the alltime leading a record in the pac 12 which would be incredibly kits grow well and you know i mean regardless of what the record is almost no one gets triple digits deals and a year like it just doesn't happen matisses up to seventy seven right now it's pretty good we hope to have a nice postseason run ahead of us he very well could do that any could break the career steals record this year with an entire senior season still to go so matisse libel continues to be fantastic on the defensive end of the floor um you know take me through a little bit of a dominate green and what you saw from him last week because he had just been rain and 3s he hits the the game winner the game clinching free throws against arizona state the game winner against arizona and hit a little bit of a bump in the road this past week well you know once that scott reports out the best shooters in the country they're going to be able mark on but that helps everybody else you know have been on the courts spaces the it helps snow and the paint helms everybody they don't leave meant that they do is going to make him pay and his of a player he's been plan at a high level and you know we would be it in the.
"matisse" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The cold hard it argument of just aren't in fact they use the term here and i'm reading now cake artist cake argue not abakar you're a curate cake artist in so if you just keep it at that i can see how you can make an argument anywhere i i do paintings i paint i'm like the matisse of two thousand eighteen i don't do clothed dudes i we do naked women as my are the minardis i don't do videos of what i said the sign in your door is bakery open for business artist i'm an artist have name tell if he had art hake artisan on his yeah she has her shirt yeah i could see it working ikea said the stripper's did the same thing trippers did the same thing in arguing attacks that had been levied as that make you feel mm i kept alive so i mean i loved partisan i would love to do that legally now you've got to maintain that position you can't ever let it slip oh yeah you can you can they'll go where you're saying i don't make cakes for two guys you can't ever go there say just like matisse never did who was at the did all the scenery i hate scenery weird on i like demented art who did all the scenery is the van gogh the just did the water and the grass and that was it i'll i do know what i want to say yes not a hats big hats i liked dark stuff like the screen but if you said i only do beautiful hats and lakes well i want you to be one being very business of you're still united stupid i know but i'm just saying this is how successful they argue this and how genius it is so somebody says alert oh man i'm going to pay extra to the to do a skyscraper now i don't we are being asked repertoire enhance when be in business too long but i do water yeah not yet none lunchtime clements afternoons at seven on news radio kale bj five ninety am and ninety nine point seven fm informed.