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"mr. ton" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"mr. ton" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Let's go to Robert in Cleveland on the fan. Hey. The Lakers gave up too much. I think it should of not wanting about backup pointers. Yeah. I don't think that they actually would have done the deal if it was in ball Ingram and that number four out the guy I was surprised about to be honest with you, Josh heart. I actually thought that the Lakers original goal for me. Anyway, was to keep him as the young point that he would be the point. And like I don't think the pelicans would have done the deal without Lonzo ball. Lonzo ball, believe it or not is many believe is, you know, mega talented that he, he was number two pick in the draft. And they think that he has that capability that he's got that kind of game. And that kind of court presence and vision and ability to pass the rock and distribute, and make plays and, and produced buckets when he's on the floor. Good things happen. I mean the bottom line is the guy got injured. Right. So he's had a couple of enjoy. Series. Right. Two of them. I think is the is the amount we're at right now. But the fact that matter is, is that when he's healthy, the guy is dangerous, and I think they believe the pelicans that he's gonna be incredible. Zion Williamson and holiday. And that's just all there is to it. And so I was surprised Josh heart was in it. I would want to keep him and, you know, I would have traded you know the four Ingram and Lonzo ball. And then I, you know, originally everyone knew they wanted coups MMA, but I wouldn't have traded him either, and I wouldn't trade, Josh are, but they got out of it, which, I think, you know makes. In my opinion, whether he's expandable or not for New Orleans, right? Like so they have now they have a, a glutton of guards. Right. They really do. They got holiday. They got ball. They got hard. And so, and then now they've got the one and the four. Right. So there they are in a great place, the pelicans and the Lakers to me what they have is the high of, you know, television and social media, and they got Anthony Davis. So everyone believes Davis is playing with LeBron James that they're automatically gonna win a championship. And the reality of the situation is, they don't have any other players. They have nothing. I mean I, I'll give you goes MMA. But, but that's it. No one's scared of Wagner at this point. I love his game at Michigan. But in the pros, just another white boy. Right. Am I wrong? What else did I have nothing that adds? Absolutely nothing. So titles everything out there already handing title. It's laughable to me. I'll take the field all win all kinds of money. I'll take the field in that bad every day. I heard that, you know what they're saying in a perfect world delivers have this in the bag, but it's not a perfect world. Is it? Think they have anything in the bag. I mean, honestly, don't even gave the raptors a chance to win the NBA championship. They couldn't even beat the box. Right. They weren't going anywhere. Meanwhile they want it all. So I don't wanna hear it. Everyone thinks they know everything and the warriors are it just never ends. Everybody thinks they know everything what they really know is nothing. And so I don't believe in this Lakers. Winning it all just as they got him. I really don't. From that. Well, I agree with people. That say look about them have had injuries and LeBron's. No spring chicken. He's no spring chicken end. Like this is the first year that he didn't get through the year. He just did not get through the year. Mr. ton of games. It's common, you know, or you could say it's the first year that he's going to get extended rest because he'd played to the NBA finals for what eight or nine years in a row. That's a lot of basketball. He played. This is the first year. Offside is it? Do you buy ladies healthy? Or do you believe they'll have more injuries? More injury. The extra two months arrest, maybe would be okay for them in the short term for next year. I think that, that might help them next year. No L in Toronto. You're on CBS sports radio. Trauma, trigger, shorten them, spending rhetoric side are the Scotiabank Rena downtown frogs and downtown. Do you have a one two questions to number one? What do you think the chances of our resigning some qualities free agent through on a rockers for next season? And what's your opinion? Blue Jays think we have a chance of third World Series title. Love your show. All the back. Thanks, brother, appreciate into while. I do not believe that the Blue Jays have a chance to win the World Series at all. No time in the next five years time anytime soon. And then as far as free agents go, I agree that there hot commodity. I think there you know the champs. So there's all kinds of you know, possibilities. Of what they're gonna do you know what they consider trading guys like Baca soul. You know what do they wanna do? They obviously want to keep Siaka and, and make him happy. So, and then obviously their main situation is they have McCaw free-agent all these other guys that don't matter hundred everything to him. If he leaves dough go, you know. They'll go right back to not mattering. I if you asked me if they don't get him to come back. They're, they're not repeating champs. That said simple. And I think everybody knows that right with them. They want JAMA Jim without him. They never sniffed it is that about, right? So if you don't get him back, you got your problems. But I still think they're a really good team, but they're not gonna be a great team without him. They'll just be a really good team without him. They're a really good team like Lowry and everyone else. And the team as it stands now, you know, obviously vanfleet would have a huge role. I would it would step up to, you know, even more minutes. And that to figure out what they wanna do. These other guys Bacchus, you know, really good and everything. But he's also getting older and Gonzalez's old. So what are they gonna do any green? Jesus don't get me started with Danny Chuck green. Oh my God. This guy brick and I mean he was awful. I mean, I would get rid of him in five seconds. If I could he was awful for them. I don't. Anybody says only have one good game. Seriously one one or two games entire playoff. He couldn't hit the broad side of a barn salary with and without him would know green salad hundred one point three million tax forty eight million hundred ninety four point one million, and with green, it's one hundred sixty one point seven million eighty three million tax penalty, two hundred forty five million, so signing green to a twelve million salary would cause Toronto and additional forty nine million toward the tax. The shooting guard turns enjoy fifty one point four million dollar player in twenty nineteen twenty twenty. I mean, you gotta be kidding me. There's no way that I'm buying that. I mean after what I saw from him, he's fifty one million dollars player, please. I what a disaster he was. You know what everyone about how great they were you can't say anything about him doing anything? That's all there is to it. Let's get an update in. Here's peters. Quarts. Sports play. And.

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"mr. ton" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"mr. ton" Discussed on Here & Now

"I think I probably acquired by speaking style. Kissy of my late father berko grew up in north London says his father was an armchair politician loved to talk, and he was given to speaking in paragraphs. He didn't split an infinitive. He wouldn't put a preposition at the end of a sentence. Continuing to talk about his father died when berko was in his twenties speaker began to tear up he was a small business person. He ran a call business, not particularly successfully. But he was as almost as the day. And he was a good dad. He didn't see me and to parliament, still less. Did he see me get to the position of speaker? But I should mod the way he communicated burqa says he tries to use his gift of gab to defuse tension, for instance, with members of parliament. Karl Turner, the opposition labor party whom berko says likes to yell at members of the government during debates is quite easy for me as I have done a number of times over the is to turn to him and say, Mr. ton you out a very over excitable. Denison of the house. Go and lie down in a room, and perhaps take some sort of soothing medicament on. You will probably feel better berko was fifty six years old and stands five foot six acknowledges that some finding me razzle. But he says when an MP is banging on too long speaker must instill discipline is no good. The chat standing rather play and saying well does the honorable gentleman think that he might just possibly some point. Consider resuming his seat will oversee that's not going to be effective you sometimes just have to say oughta brick lives with his family in an apartment inside the parliament building in person. He's warm intellectually engaging in intensely curious. The vast majority of British. People however, do not speak like John berko in burqas biographer, Bobby Friedman thinks it's a put on. But I think it's an affect tation that has become part of his personality who whenever you to woods if he can use a thousand berko denies it. Eighths notes based on contrivance, it's not a performance. It's not official. It's me well, berko style. Entertains his role in parliament is crucial especially this turning point in British history as speaker berko chooses which amendments members will vote on which could shape Brexit the greatest challenge. The United Kingdom is faced in decades Brooklyn will post Brexit, but unlike in the American system, the house speaker is officially neutral a referee and the prime minister who sits in parliament controls, the legislative agenda. Some members of Prime Minister Theresa May's cabinet of accused berko of flouting long standing rules to favor lawmakers who oppose Brexit to the disadvantage of the prime minister was trying to drive it through because biographer, Bobby Fredin. Explains what we've seen recently is that dome Burke who ripped up precedent. So even the things have been a particular way for hundreds of years Burke, who says no, I'm just going to let parliament descending a completely different way. So that's taking power away from the executive. So that you'll listen a clear it's not for the speaker to back. Brexit all to block Brexit. Instead berko says his job is to support lawmakers, the one consistent thread or current percolating through. My political career had been a passion for parliament, a belief in the mid dismiss ya an infusion for the idea of representation an idea that this is the theater in which great cools is all played out. And so I'm wondering why is it so important? Do you think to be an advocate for parliament? Because otherwise, it would be dominated almost completely controlled by government in our system. We do not have a separate. Of powers, unlike in the United States Brooklyn's come under other criticism as well. Former staff members of accused him of bullying, which he emphatically denies Bobby Friedman Burgos, biographers says under similar circumstances. Other speakers would have resigned that very serious allegations huge pressure on him. But he just carries on regardless on Brexit. I think saved Tim Friedman says that's because members of parliament, particularly those who oppose Brexit or against changing speakers at such a pivotal moment. Berko who's been reelected speaker three times isn't ready to step down anytime soon at this very important juncture in our national life. Does look to be said full experienced hand on the Tila identity gets frankly time for an ocean new, and he still has a lot of work ahead next week..

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"mr. ton" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"mr. ton" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"This is just a this is not a job for everyone. It needs the right personality, Kurt healing. Pro basketball. Talk is our guest incurred, take take the Luke piece out of it. If all the. The lakers. This most recent off-season acquire LeBron James who still the best player in the league. If they missed the playoffs in their first, LeBron how big of a of a disaster is that or their extenuating circumstances? Lebron Mr. ton of time, lonzo's mistime Ingram's mistime. Or is. It doesn't matter. You have. Lebron you missed the playoffs. It's a it's a terrible season. I don't think it helps the cause recruiting free agents. Unless of course, you know, ultimately, though, you've got LeBron. If you can I don't think it's devastating devastating in the sense of like, wow, guys are not going to necessarily come here. Mid level. Guys are going to wanna see guys who are gonna come from minimum. But or quality role players probably wanna see another guy. They want to say, okay, we got Braun. But what are they doing to really chase a ring if I've got options between if especially Golden State loses Durant? They're going to be looking to add guys Houston. You know, everybody else Boston. Everybody's gonna be looking to add. If you've got options as a quality player. You've got a in. It's just LeBron. You know, they've gotta find they didn't make the playoffs. That's not good. If it now if it's LeBron, and they they get whoever and free agency or they trade for whoever the method, then that's a different animal. Get the all star weekend coming up. My top ten list is week was the top ten snubs. Yeah. Yeah. Leading the way was number one at Rudy go bear who do you think was the biggest snub heading into this weekend? He just named him. That was a guy actually had this thing. I I don't think a people, you know, he was just one defensive player of the year, and certainly impacts that end of the floor as much as anyone on the floor. There's other guys are doing really well this year too. But he's there with everybody. People don't realize he matters to them offense. Like, he just doesn't space the floor, but he rolls. He has fantastic hands. Good touch can get you. It's around the paint is based on the boards. Like does a lot of other things other than just blocked shots, and and defend for this team? He's not a one way player. He you know, sort of like the Jordan was with the clippers for awhile, right? Like, yeah. Defense was Colin cart and they needed him on that. But it doesn't quite dunk. Click the Andre he does. But but his ability to roll and be a threat and be a problem inside opened up a lot of other stuff. That's what they use him for man, if they ever get another wings ever get Mike Conley out there. That's a dangerous team. He was also a my less. He's number three. Oh, My. my. He'll indices Rudy Gobert. I want to say thank you very much for your support. We you have any kind men that is the worst franchise. I've never heard don't encourage Raj. Don't laugh at the the Rudy Gobert impression. Trying to learn some online French we're going there this summer in my accent's about that. Good. That over there. Don't don't try that just say excuse me. He's speaking. That's probably your best basketball talk, Kurt. Thank you. Who wan-? Dodgers pitchers and catchers report is having that the dodgers are done making moves find on that.

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"mr. ton" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"mr. ton" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"You ate Chris. No. We don't have a cafeteria room. But also, you know, l z he's done some difference. He did a song for you mean says, well, he also chimed in on a girl scout cookies because you know, voice has range, you know, he can do very different types of voices. Are we sure? Chris. While you to the on a Chris. Eight myself, but I kind of liked that kind of like that. So anyway, hold on Travis. Yes, you know, means to hate didn't emergency podcast with Sodano emergencies. There was a Lakers game. So Georgia Emma show. A mean, look so happy when he's in there talking with Sodano, I'm always happy. He looks miserable with us. He looks like he's waiting for something To to happen. blame him. Talking right. What are those emojis in front of you? I bring those to not bring those emojis that is courtesy Chris. He's wondering why miserable. When he delivers in Atlanta. This is how listeners, you know, the show the people they brought those for us. They made them for us with are. They nobody brought. That's actually true. Really? Yes. They captured the minds of the people how much you. People get it. How? Stuff. Now. Go ahead. So. That's enough. Put the eighty aside for minute. Uh-huh. They got blasted by forty two points last night. They have not been playing great. And obviously there's blondes LeBron Mr. ton of time he's he's having load management right now too. But I mean, go back to being of the season when magic was critical of Luke, or at least they had a private conversation where he was animated you go back to what happened after the Golden State game. Where Luke got some of the older guys. They're going back and forth. Forty two point loss last night. How hot seat? I mean it the seats hot. Because of we know the circumstances that Luke is operating under given that he was not the pick by management. He was there when they got there. But it's funny when I look at what's happened like last night. I don't think a loop. I think of men they've better do deal. They better get something done because it's clear that these young players. You know, we all say, it's a business. But man, it's hard to hear. Are your name every single day in a trade rumor and just waiting for the inevitable? And and I think they showed a graphic other night or last night, excuse me, and a believe four out of the five worse losses in the Bronx career have come the week of the trade deadline because people know they get rid of that. Incidence as it's got. It's gotta be very mentally taxing. Right lebrons. Not the one being traded. Lebron? Maybe it's one of those a I need something to get done here. So watch this and not that he's tanking it. Yeah. Just like make sure of the bench, and you cut like this. And you know, things happen mentioned is empty, and it's just him like three or four seats in than him at the end. I I don't ever remember LeBron at the end of the bench, take it as Photoshop taking him and movie Mohi, brother. That's that. Was that was that? Yeah. That could or could have been or could have been a game over and it was done or something like that. Could it could have been. But it's just it's a weird. Look, it's kind of like LeBron could have just walked to the tunnel to imagine. Rob. Hey, guys. Have you seen a vice? It's a really good movie or it could be saying that tunnel. And like, yeah, I'm not them. I am management. Look the pitcher when he's telling you gotta deal with it. He's the middle in a game. If the game is I don't know if they were tunnel. They were gonna talk an internal was rob educated in was robbed magic. Lebron? I've said that I saw what they're gonna do. Tell us say. Yeah, he got a co eighty county. I of LeBron coming in here and being patient with this process from the very beginning. I know he's in a sixteen season. First of all, you don't need to be you shouldn't be patient in your sixteen. You need to make things happen. Lebron historically has not been patient with young. He wants to turn it around. It's quickly as possible..

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"mr. ton" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"mr. ton" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"They'd rather him not play and get a better pick this year for themselves. Negotiate some limited playing schedule moving forward. If in fact, they don't get something done, right? Yes. Because like they would not play like if they don't get it done. He's not gonna play the remaining thirty games. They'll play Hafer third. He'll he'll do a lot of load management, right? And they negotiate that. Well, that's what the story said. Because the whole idea is like, honestly, I think it's everyone's favor that he does not play like it's in his heels one. Why would you wanna get hurt playing? Boogie cousins situate him when he was playing. And then all of a sudden that happened. And so to me like it makes sense that he wants to play. But I get that a player wants to be on the phone. He wants to play and it's also a bad look. 'cause if you don't play then it turns into you sat out. All right. That is that's one part of what the Lakers are dealing with Anthony Davis. There's ports two three and four poor to Luke how hot is the seat about it next. Yes. I mean, would you like some girls go cookies, I don't know if you noticed, but kisha we paid for girl scout cookies year ago, we got nothing. So he finally brought something in this year. And we've paid again. So that they're doing a bit off last year. I wouldn't even pay attention. You likes them. Good on girl scout. All right. Like is it? Girl scout general support the girl scouts in first of all I didn't rip. Nobody off the box of cookies was left into the into the cafeteria room you ate office. No. We don't have a cafeteria room. But also, you know, l z, you know, he's done some difference. When he did this for you mean says, well, he also chimed in on the girl scout cookies because you know, his voice has range. He can do very different types of voices. Are we sure that's not Chris? Why are you? So on a Chris. Hi, eight myself. But I kinda like that kinda like that. So anyway, hold on Travis. Yes. You know, meanest did an emergency podcast with Sodano emergencies. There was a Lakers game Georgia Emma show. A mean, look so happy when he's in there talking with Sodano, I'm always having he looks miserable with us. He looks like he's waiting for something to happen. Blame him. Talking right. What are those emojis in front of you? I bring those to not bring those emojis that is courtesy Chris. He's wondering why miserable. When he delivers in Atlanta. This is how listeners, you know, the show the people they brought those us they made them for us. Would are they nobody brought? That's that's actually true. Really? Yes. They captured the minds of the people how much you. People get it. How? Stuff. Now. Go ahead. So. That's enough. Put the eighty aside for minute. Uh-huh. They got blasted by forty two points last night. They have not been playing great. And obviously there's blondes LeBron Mr. ton of time he's he's having load management right now too. But I mean, go back to being of the season when magic was critical of Luke, or at least they had a private conversation where he was animated you go back to what happened after the Golden State game. Where Luke got some of the older guys. They're going back and forth. Forty two point loss last night. How hot seat? I mean it the seats hot. Because of we know the circumstances that Luke is operating under given that he was not the pick by management. He was there when they got there. But it's funny when I look at what's happened like last night. I don't think a loop. I think of men they've better do deal. They better get something done because it's clear that these young players. You know, we all say, it's a business. But man, it's hard to hear. Your your name every single day in a trade rumor and just waiting for the inevitable. And and I think they showed a graphic other night or last night, excuse me, and a believe four out of the five worse losses in the Bronx career have come the week of the trade deadline because people know they get rid of that..

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"mr. ton" Discussed on Extra Hot Great

Extra Hot Great

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"mr. ton" Discussed on Extra Hot Great

"That I got that what wet Eric? It's over. Yes. Stichting? Co-star? Christopher maloney. There ego. Good clip fourteen for Dan. Cut to the Eddie who the lead scientist this threatening. Well, he could tell you. Captain murphy. Please tell me you guys heard that Mr. ton lorry key can't see us. No. But I can hear you. Although he can't hear us. Yes. I can. And please hear me for years decades. I have begged the so-called leaders of the world to stop poisoning our oceans, but they have ignored pleas as I will ignore this Mr. unless my list of demands is met in the next twelve hours at which point I will launch missiles on Washington Miami. And New York hope everybody has a gas mask. Why do they have missiles and what it mean by gas mask? I was I think maybe probably because the missiles are definitely tipped with VX nerve gas. Oh my God. That also sound Burs so many in there. I know. It was on FX. Marcher? I thought that he was just a cast member on Archer is only into episodes. Oh, really? Oh, okay. Jessica, walter. For two points. Fifteen for Dave. And then we'll get another score break. Okay. With fifteen is for me. Scallops? What are you doing here? Which is like, oh, that's a very complicated question Marnie. It's smarty taste. You know, your little texture. Stop please, all of you a married for Christ's sakes, and these are new shoes rock for nine an extra one. That's right and to keep eight packs of Rolaids.

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"mr. ton" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"mr. ton" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"The globalist on monocle twenty four with me. Joe Tena golden and it's time for today's newspapers. So joining me in the studio is the journalist and communications consultant Simon Brooke Simon Pike's coming in. We've been talking about fronts, and what's been going on there. And of course, the great mystery is what is it actually that people won't who are they? And luna's. You would imagine goes into that in a little bit not too. But during the absolute an interview with Breese, ten toria who is the boss of it solves the opinion survey company, and the the sort of opinion that he has if you like is that this isn't one social and political category. He makes the point that having looked at polled people about that concerns is bringing them out onto the street Oviously, the Phil tax was one of the main issues, but he makes the point that actually they come from. They have all kinds of different concerns and all kinds of different political backgrounds when the extreme left to extreme right to greens who have and because they are so diverse, and he points out actually contradictory in some, of course, this is going to make it very difficult for president Macron to to really solve the problem here. And there needs that concerns. And so he actually says in the in the interview here in the moment that. The something most of immaterial as describes it. And he points out that even a cut in fuel types. What be enough to satisfy them and get them back off the streets. But it just show more generally sort of Malays in France. And the the Anga an e points out that that it goes deep beyond sort of set and tangible issues, if you like the people more generally feel unhappy about the way the world works Frances the way the economic system. They would say is sort of pitched against them ready, and he'll send looks the sort of the the sort of the categories fall into. And in fact, again that concerns very diverse and very very, but actually if you look at the the jobs, they do say say Sio economic groupings if they come from again very diverse. So it's not good news tool. I'm afraid for president metro who who's going to making his statement later. It's the gist of the pace of interview with Mr. Mr. tons toria is that those radio must nothing that president micro say that will will be that civil bullets if you like to take the sting out of this and satisfy the this is Sheila Asia. I mean, it does seem also that a lot of the is centered on Michael himself. But as he said, the issues, the huge, whoever was in charge will be facing this surely obsolete, and the thing was I think interesting head is normally the the French successful French president's dive give this responsibility if you like to that prime ministers, and so the prime ministers of the ones who are doing the detail who are putting into practice. And so when things go wrong go to sort of lightning rod, the somebody can take the flak. And then if necessarily be sacked or something, and then the president can stunned above that point, another prime minister who can take things on on. This is sort of irony here isn't this Giuffra -tarian prime minister who president sorry who lectures, the parliamentarians from the Palestinian actually has been in the weeds if you like very much with this policy, whereas suggested that we've seen in the policy to stand back bit. Let Edward Philippe is prime minister. Put this into practice says the lightning rod and then as things go wrong can sack. Haymond take another one. But because he's identity dente find himself so closely with these reforms with these changes, it's difficult to see how he can he can move on without taking the flak himself. Well, let's find out more about that later on today when he addresses the nation the seasoning. Let's go onto the financial times..

"mr. ton" Discussed on It's All Political

It's All Political

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"mr. ton" Discussed on It's All Political

"Available voters between eighteen and twenty nine little bit broader than your demo bothered to vote and and mid terms of the last two decades, turn up by young people's is about thirty eight points below the turnout rate of people sixty and over. So what is you? You were out there you see what's going on our young people going to vote in greater numbers. And and numbers. I mean anything's better than sixteen percent. What are you seeing? Yes. We are seeing a lot of a lot of engagement. I think there's a lot of education and allowed mobilization that we still have to do in reaching those not just, you know, making sure that those registered voters actually turn out and a lot of that has to do honestly with education even being aware that there is a midterm election. And what that actually means. But also reaching those individuals who aren't registered who aren't part of the process at all is a big piece. So we are seeing you know, just to give you some numbers. So national Veterans Day was the was September twenty fifth last week and in twenty four hours. We register just rock on rock the votes to all twenty thousand voters and twenty four among our partners. We then registered another sixty thousand so we're at eighty thousand registered voters just in twenty four hours. Our engagement rates have spiked. So those individuals who so it's if we sent out e. Miller and NASA mass, for example. And then someone actually takes an action. We're seeing those is highest for us a mass. It's over three thousand percent increase from last year. Well, can you compare that to pass years in terms of engagement rates? What does that mean three thousand? So there's that means that people are actually taking action when they didn't before. Right. So three thousand basically, if we say, you know, we want you to register to vote or to check your registration status. Make sure that you're actually still on the on the voter all or to look up. You know, eventually when we turn it when we transitioned from registration calls to action to get out the vote calls to action L B individuals actually looking up their sample ballot. Or they're pulling place in our on our website because we offer a basically an election center where anyone can can look up that information. What is so what would you be happy with would be? We'll be success and terms of turnout rate among young people. There is work to do every young. No, I, you know, I here's the thing. Rock the vote has has historically turn out voters over thirty points higher than the national youth average. So that means in two thousand fourteen the number year referencing we have nineteen point nine percent was the national youth average. We turn out voters at fifty three percent. If we saw fifty three percent turnout in this right of youth that that would change the course of all of the elections. Okay. And so is there any place where you think the vote could be any particular races nationally, where you're really saying these this here can really swing everywhere. I mean, that's the that's the incredible thing about this. This year is there is so much at stake across the board. You know in California. Obviously you have the governor's race. The Senate race you have right outside a the bay. You of the was at ten congressional Mr. ton, right? So there's. And then you have all the way down the ballot to to your local election. So again, circle tops doesn't a very nice breakdown of where young people can have the most impact in Senate races and in congressional and gubernatorial races. But honestly, if just a few percentage points more of young people actually turned out in midterm elections. It would it would define more than what is highlighted in. That twenty percent of the millennials in general are Latino voters and would house zero your progress with those voters of key demographic, the as you alluded to earlier not only there a couple of tight races house races here in Californians central valley, Orange County. There is roughly third of the vote is Latino potentially there and these four house races that could help to change the congress one way or the other. What are you seeing would give us a status update? Yeah. Absolutely. One of our..

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"mr. ton" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"mr. ton" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"I mean, one thing I should've mentioned, why talked about it before I left is that it still helps to be lower because you have like a higher floor that way in the draft you. I'm even if you're the worst record at least the lowest you can get his fifth, you know, as opposed to if you're headed the third, worst record, you know, you could get as low as seven if fourteen jump you. So there's a little bit more incentive to still be bad than I specifically discussed the when we're talking about it before I left. So yeah, I think I'm gonna go under. I mean, I'd just like everything about this team to me. I'm not liking that much and you know, I think derozen is overrated. I hate their spacing. I don't think Aldridge could be as good as he was last year. They've lost a lot of these stalwarts in know the personnel to me is not quite good enough defensively. Maybe Pertile really comes into his own and just sitting a can become a really big event center, which I think is possible you maybe they get up to being a top five defense again, and then you know, they are writer in that range. But if. Not a top five defense. I think it's hard for them to go to get to forty six. That's what they have to do a course to go over here. So I think I'm gonna go under again, but you know, I'm not like with Dallas. I don't feel great about at all, especially considering the coaches involved last team on you went over, right. I went over Oga Hogue l. some disagreements here, but I have a feeling we're not going to disagree on this last one. I have a feeling that as well. So the Utah Jazz. They won forty eight last year, but they the point differential of a fifty two win team Vegas set their line at forty nine and a half. And even though we haven't done the started just stated the half by the way. Also I'll say this outright right now. This is my number one best bet on the board like the jazz. I am a. I am fully on board with them as a regular season team. I mean, they're their defense is legit me know. Maybe they're not number one in the league, but I firmly believe that their top five as long as go bare stays. Remotely healthy and he missed some time and Mr. ton. But he missed some time, an offensive. I mean, I think there are a lot closer to figuring it out now than they were at the beginning of last season. In Donovan, Mitchell is a whole lot better and they've, they've gotten some of these images, right? They they, I think their talent level is good. They'll hopefully get more from Dante Exum than they did last year. You know, the just getting a little bit more bench depth Taba miss so much at the end of last year and they were still able, you know, they have, they have depth. I think when Steiner is an excellent excellent coach. So yeah, I think they're, I think they're going to blow by this number and it wouldn't. It wouldn't surprise me if they're in the high fifties. I-. Fifties. Wow. It wouldn't surprise. I'm not predicting that. I'm not. I'm not predicting that, but it wouldn't surprise me. I mean, fifty to one point two French until a year ago. A lot of that, you know, Gobert mistime though. I don't think overall they're unhealthier than an average team would be an. It certainly is a boner ability like Obama's mistime a lot of these years so that you can see them thing, major setback be available. But there are pretty good candidate maybe along with Boston to be the number one defense in the NBA and pretty much everyone on the team except for maybe Joe Ingles who played a big role, you'd expect to be as good or better than they were a year ago. A lot of young guys, you know, go bears right in his prime. Mitchell has a lot of ways to take a step forward. The coaching is excellent..

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"mr. ton" Discussed on Open Floor

Open Floor

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"mr. ton" Discussed on Open Floor

"This list ends right booker's value is complicated because similar to kyri he checks a lot of boxes of a a lot of the boxes you would have with an empty stats guy, but there's also some intangible value that's harder to gauge. Okay. So for those keeping score at home Andrews, not admitted defeat onto mar or Booker yet. Hopefully he'll come around by the end of the. Booker behind some shitty players last year. We knew currently have Ingram behind Nick Patou m- who is permanently three of nine from the floor for seven points. So please, rob, explain how we got here. I trust that you were probably on the right side of this one, but hit me. I think I might be even more pessimistic, but Ingram is actually. I may beat the bad mouth piece for this argument. I mean, I say this all on all earnestness, like I've seen plenty of him on film of seeing his numbers, obviously had a pretty productive season. What is the evidence to date? That Ingram is a net positive basketball player because I don't think we have a lot of it. I think that's tough because the Lakers in general have been dysfunctional for every month. He's been in LA. And I think numbers alone, like he's sixteen five, four cysts, forty, seven percent shooting thirty nine percent from three and he's the same age as Jason Tatum. Basically, he's six months older, like even assuming moderate progress. He's, he's gonna be really, really good next LeBron and I just don't understand. So you're basically docking him because he's had bad teammates, is that is that it? No. I mean, if anything, I think the fact that he's had that teammate because numbers look a little better than they are like, I don't think Brandon Ingram is a forest as per game kind of player. I think he's in that provisional our point guarded injured. So somebody has to handle the ball kind of mode. Know he, he's the Jeff green point forward layers in that regard. How though. That was not meant to be as a really. I think we should have probably had a chat before this podcast, Andrew pigs, Brandon Ingram over Ben Simmons two years ago, and he's just held on for dear life. And he's running this one into the ground as far as he can possibly run it. Hey, Ed you, here's an Brandon Ingram. Trivia question for you. Do you remember Andrei Ingram like that? Super League guy who came on. I'm still waiting for that to be a Disney movie in like ten years. Okay. So Andrea groom played two games for the Lakers. His career high for three pointers was for because he made four threes and one of those two games, you know, Brandon Ingram, career high for three pointers in the NBA. He's spent two seasons. You think he's going to be a top fifty player. You're ready to sacrifice your whole reputation on his his rising. Why is it so hard for both of you to wrap your mind around the concept that a young guy can improve? Okay. This shooter that he is at like nineteen and a half years old is. Not what he's going to be at twenty two or twenty one which he'll be this year. I don't understand. No, we understand. I'm just saying right now, you know, he's been in the NBA for two years. His career high four, three pointers. So you know if he's going to be this big time, huge wing, who's going to be like, fantastic. Let's make sure he's the the best Ingram on the Lakers roster before we get to far when it comes shooting. No, look, we like Ingram, but you're just early on and you and what I was trying to say what the book thing. It wasn't a harp specifically on Booker. This is just one of your blind spots. You like the young guys and we have a lot of readers who the young guys who think the young guys are going to be there twenty four twenty five year old selves when they're twenty one or twenty two. And it just usually does not work that way and Ingram also by the way, Mr. ton of time last year with injuries, you're going bang on. So you have to bang on Ingram for his injury issues to the injury, things your cop out for every night..

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"mr. ton" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"mr. ton" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Additional hassles and or a website controlled by a smart contract controlled by a small group, alpha notes based on consensus. So that's the new internet we're talking about. So we're hoping to have this new browser next month, and we have this new so called macro at sides. So the websites out of your home's like you have a router, put a NAS, Poder PC behind your router and saw our software, and you can assess from your phone to the website and without a carrier. So next month, they'll be able to try out the browser and download it from those dot org. Correct. Perfect. The end of next month, then in the next month we're looking forward to it. We're looking forward to it. I have one last question for this conversation, but before acids, last question I want to say Mr. ton. Thank you very much for not only the history lesson. The educational eye-opening lesson on the internet. The future of the internet, your project and well taking so far, our ten minutes out of here data talk to me sitting in Taiwan. I appreciate that. Thank you. Thank you time because or so appreciate all the help we can gap just we definitely need to Serie custody project has been going on for a long time, especially for the last year. But since most of the nears based in China right now, we are looking forward to moving the project to the world. So having more people to know what we're what's going down and realize a Neil tidal wave is coming. So we'll welcome everyone to join us. And we also have a website called cyber Republic dot.

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"mr. ton" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"mr. ton" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

"No greensboro lexington and also trip cities gary heavy out there tramp state i that's joel jump into this speaking that a trap push atone aka push t aka drake's new daddy he went on record ads this after we recorded last week by saying that maga aheads those make america great again hats are this generation's ku klux klan with that being said i personally myself would like to tell mr ton push t to sit the fuck down considering the fact that his boss mr khan yazoo west as will where's those hats and think it's okay to do such because slavery was a choice and so was purchasing your album which i yes alad mitt to the police i liked it yes i now loaded illegally and if you search my browser history i guarantee you won't find the link check me out anyway but yes i really want to know what y'all think about this him saying that maga hats additional rations ku klux klan is because we've seen a couple of issues on with these hats being used as symbols of a certain mind set a certain thought process certain belief system so what are you guys thing you know is you know he's just a you know it's a subtle fuck you pretty much you know what i mean right and we had a issue last year i think it was last summer when those girls decided to go to howard university wearing make america great again hats like it was a good idea to do that at the mecca and i was like okay well you have your right to free speech in wearing that hat i have the right to tell you you're a complete and total dip shit so much you know and like i say you know it's just a subtle pervert bureau fuck you pretty much and like a lot of people a lot of times people will put what what they feel about you're writing your faith and that's what it is and you know we're kinda west trying to get us to rationalize it as well as okay well we have the opportunity to do this and do this and do that now call that because at the end of the day i mean we already know what has that much i mean we know the meaning behind them we know who brought him to the forefront so why would we write what we i'm not right what you gotta say this nece i i agree with the sentiment that it is basically a a fuck you to your face i just they they are so empowered at this point in time you know one hundred percent however they don't really realize as they say we are not our ancestors we will look using our ancestors whooping ads and with we don't get taught that right before we started the show we was talking about the things the parts of history that we don't get taught people don't get taught about the deacons of defense right people don't get taught the real story about the black panther party for self defense taught day thing is in my opinion and this is just my belief i am ancestors everything they wanted me to be more because the thing is not only will peo ads i out think you too and i loved it i gotta love that ms ep now coming from what we from from the dirty dared south let me ask you a question and this is this is specifically a question for you being from the state that you're from emi being state from the state next to it my question is when you see a make america great again hat what does that make us pacific think with relation to how you came up and where you're from it at agree that it's definitely a reminder of it's similar to the clan it gives me the same field there's no difference whatsoever i think just now the environment is there's a comfort level to where you do not have to be hidden is just a different type of who cover your face was crazy about that is because you know people keep saying we're going backwards in time and that's very true i read a book back when i was under grad call politics ociety in the clanton alabama and so i'm very well versed on clan in their strongholds and their operations in my home state of alabama and it's amazing.

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"mr. ton" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"mr. ton" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To ninety seven and director of fsi from nineteen ninety eight two thousand three since joining the faculty and 1980 six he has served as chair and cochair of the international relations program and as associate dean in the school of humanities and social sciences so i can't think of anyone better to be our moderator this evening and he'll be talking with our honoured guest his excellency anatoly until enough ambassador untorn off is a career lamont who has served for more than thirty years in both the soviet and russian ministry of foreign affairs from two thousand two to two thousand four he was the ambassador at large of the russian foreign ministry and from two thousand four to two thousand eleven he served as the director of the department of security and disarmament mr ton of also held the position of deputy minister of defence from two thousand eleven to 2016 prior to his role as the russian ambassador to the us until enough was the deputy foreign minister of the russian federation on august 21st of this year president vladimir putin appointed unto totally until enough extra extraordinary and plenipotentiary of the russian federation to the united states and concurrently permanent observer of the russian rations at the organization of american states in washington it is his first visit here to the bay area and here in san francisco so i hope you will all join me in welcoming him tonight and professor hallway for this very interesting conversation thank you very much the.

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"mr. ton" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"mr. ton" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

"He with his own hands would collect these boulders and rocks and he made this this empathy a by himself and and with help from his son and from his friends on the ocean and win with this league little grotto hot tub type thing and it was one of the most amazing things i've ever seen and then from there and we hopped on his post he hands it over to me i've never seldom and we're we're on the atlantic ocean and it was it was rough like it was not it was no joke that day so i'm holding things to tiller i don't even know what is called and he starts singing opera at at the top of his lungs beautifully i might add and is is you know doing all of these things with ropes and pulling sales and things like dunham what is what is happening here right now but it it really i had to be in the moment so much so that you know we we didn't die and just watching him and just marvelling at the the person that this guy um the guy was and whistle who sailed into peggy's cove and we get there and we have this cinnamon ice cream caramel st louis world famous desert and we just sat there and have this desert and just talked about life and a to a person and this will just give you the the scope of what the trailer park boys is in canada but i think they've obviously taken a broken a worldwide now with their deal with net lex there was not one person at peggy's cove who did not come up to john and say i love you i love mr lay he you're hilarious i swear to you not one the there was probably three or four as it hey edge but there was forty that said mr lay he or or john or mr tons worth prairie and it was just um and he was so cordial and amazing to every now and.

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"mr. ton" Discussed on The Combat Jack Show

The Combat Jack Show

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"mr. ton" Discussed on The Combat Jack Show

"You're saying so like aegis slowly kmeil's like a lot of it was south the southside when it was unaware saad a little bit but mostly liked the south's out of chicago started to build up a strong rat following and if you go a certain clubs it was probably like a mini version of a new york low rate also ray so what gave you the the fucking boss who say you know work is not many of us out here i'm a carried it sitting on my shoulders because that to meet us kind of what you did really male i like lost out a switch in style up mccain with certain flows and things like this now i'm going out a door town of shows norster and kill him you know what i mean people started the pay attention so lau records albert you then were you the first artisanal sound sinaloa records year you the first year that's why i was man with the riff mendieta who interview and icy monday on like wait a minute you hit a kansan you hit a nerve reverse artist sign allow of loud records man as an interesting because i always thought that a holocaust oh yeah the imf mobdi ron amorous it was later on in days way later here the other we like it was you've got the promotion company brent you have faye dunaway as that was a fait you know that was my guy right that he was like a an out here he was working of the promotion at the time and they were in the process of transform from a promotion company to irregular so that's women they started looking for artist rare and one of the guys there was work in their promotion in chicago brought the demo back from his do name because he happened to be friends with my manager at the time rain brought the demo back and he heard someone songs a hat and right mr tons who was the the sonko hocuspocus you know when he was listening he was bob in an ambulance different so denning talk to me on the phone and a busted on the phone for then a room yasser she'll arm.

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"mr. ton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"mr. ton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A personal of this same point now the president's expected liberal warning against hong kong local us against challenging beijing's authority while emphasizing the benefits of closer ties hong kong's first chief executive officer tony she wa telling bloomberg's betty lu explosively he thinks there's understanding of what hong kong needs mr tonnes helping on this fans hong kong people would like to see the way of life is maintained ngos who recognizes the importance of fat rule of law here the importance of maintaining hong kong as a very international city bloomberg news reporting she regularly firm while reaching to the younger generation south korean president moon and the us today for meetings with us president trump north korea which seemingly be the chief issue bruce clinger who is a former cia hey deputy division korea says the two leaders will have to find their path together so really it'll be what is what are the two countries policies towards north korea how convergent are they and then also in a way related to that is the alliance particularly the deployment of the thad ballistic missile defense system and trade also an issue as we are report getting north korea vowing to execute former south korean president park and former spy chief leave young hall the central news agency says they would receive a this is a quote a miserable dog's death any time any place and by whatever methods from this moment it accuses her of putting forward a secret operation replace the supreme leader ship us president trump says it's going to be very difficult to get health care insurance passed in the senate but senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says the status quo is not good the should not be acceptable to anyone sitting on the sidelines and accepting the status quo wearing l there anyone constituents and the president says there could be a surprise very soon didn't say what kind of surprise but says there'll be a surprise global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg brian all right thanks very much yet it's now nine minutes past the hour our first guest.

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"mr. ton" Discussed on Sportstalk 790

Sportstalk 790

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"mr. ton" Discussed on Sportstalk 790

"Was on on friday and he we talked about the golden state warriors on thursday night and what you can expect moving forward durant was great curry was great but i think golden state frankly can play a lot better as well i thank mr ton of uh layups that they could have put the basket totheir field goal percentage shooting uh i think was depressed not by any inquiry one good defensively but by their own mrs and so cleveland going to have to be a lot lot better just think about that i like that didn't even play their best in cleveland had no shot in that game no shot secondhalf started and it was over like golden state's got the ability to where they can step on the gas and get to another gear and cleveland has no answer to that there's nothing they can do that's what i said i mean you you've got the best player in the world he's the best player on the planet all we were talking about going into this series that'd get this series could change in a heartbeat and and i don't wanna get over dramatic on it i don't want to overreact to that point but all we were talking about coming into this series between golden state and cleveland was halbron looks the best he's ever looked he looks rested he looks focused he's got his best supporting cast he's had a history of his career he comes into game one fully prepared ready to rock and had no shot and then you've got a guy who was there courtside watching the game who's been an analyst for a long time a coach in this league for a long time and he's saying oh yeah golden state was good yeah they can play even better like so as much as we talk about a man who let's see how cleveland counters this like what if golden state bigger like what if what if clayton if klay thompson is said to go three of sixteen it goes seven of sixteen or eight of sixteen he just figures out a shot he starts scoring again that's i i just i don't see this series going past five six games that if it does just delete this from the podcast whatever jonas knocks fox sports radio up next there is strategy going.

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