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Fresh update on "nash" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show
"Steve Nash, adding one of the most innovative coaches of this generation to his staff, ESPN Daydream or Danowski reports former Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni finalizing a deal to become one of Nash's assistance in the mid 2000 with D'Antoni's coach, and Nash is the point guard. The two were the architects of the sun's seven seconds or less offense. ESPN is Adam Schefter reports The Ravens sign left tackle Ronnie Stanley to a five year $98.75 million extension and reminder You could watch the Dan Lebatard show at 10 A.m. Eastern on ESPN. Plus, beginning Monday, November 9th. Friday with greedy It's a football Friday ahead of an enormous football weekend. Ohio State Penn State get it started Saturday and then a full slate of big games in the NFL. I'll be here to talk about it with you. It's greening starting noon Eastern on ESPN Radio and ESPN news. Down level card. I work in sports for living still gots you understand the questions to God? No, This is Dan Lebatard Show on ESPN Radio. Miami Q B Wass take first round can be paro this I just don't know way and they want to have my answer again. And when he starts to throw the nicest because the starting job is calling him right now. Thank God for Mama Dad from making too short because we can't Five executive weeks for Chris Jericho, our celebrity prognosticator who's going to join us in the shell Pennzoil performance on I'm not certainly has a winning record, but he's back for 1/5 consecutive week. As for the sleep company with outrageously comfortable products, not so outrageous prices. He was.
Two same-sex couples make history in Taiwan military mass wedding
"Have been married in the Taiwanese armies annual mass wedding ceremony. Same sex marriages were legalized in Taiwan last year, the first place in Asia to do so. Cindy suit Ripples Dressed in military uniforms Major Wandy and First Lieutenant Chang Hsien walk down the red carpet, holding hands with their civilian wives and were among the 188 couples who were married by the commander of the army. Nash here. Three homosexual couples registered to take part in the military's annual weddings but backed out due to social pressure. This year. There was no such pressure but rather blessings from the military and members of the public on the Army's Facebook page. The army said that including same sex couples reflected its enlightened and progressive attitude. World
Fresh update on "nash" discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show
"Mike D'Antoni? He goes from the head coach of the Rockets, now the assistant coach. Of Thie, Kevin Durant and Capri, Irving, lead Brooklyn. That's I'm not gonna say Steve Nash because one day Kyra's coach and the team, then one day jock bonds coaching the team, Then one day Kevin Durant and Kyrie. They'll split duties. Then one day I just carry them one day be Kevin and then on Friday, Steve you coach, the team and then D'Antoni on Saturday Sunday, you could coach a team as well. Reason why give a stock up to Dan Tony. I think it's cool that him and Steve Nash are getting back together. That's like a little nice dynamic there. I like that story line, They'll give us stock up to D'Antoni, Halloween candy. I know it may not be as memorable The Halloween.
Johnny Nash: 'I Can See Clearly Now' singer from Houston dies aged 80
"Nash has died. Here is a look at his life and career. might think of Johnny Nash is a one hit wonder. But not only did he have other hit songs. He also ran a record company was an American born reggae singer and helped launch the career of a friend of his A guy named Bob Marley. Yeah, Johnny Nationals, a lot more than the guy who made I can see clearly now a smash hit in 1972 as a teenager. His voice was compared to that of Johnny Mathis. And although Born in Houston, he helped champion reggae music here in the US and although I consider Clearly now is usually considered a source of inspiration. The meaning apparently was more practical. It is said that he wrote it while recovering from cataract surgery. Johnny Nash was 80 when he died of natural causes. I'm Oscar Wells,
Fresh update on "nash" discussed on Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks
"Sports. Larry Kroger is look at the headlines here In the four o'clock hour, the 40 Niners get ready for a trip to Seattle, where they will be. They will try to beat the Seahawks on Sunday dinners or 43. Seahawks role in five and one Seahawks are a three point favorite forecast is for clear skies believe it or not in the Pacific Northwest with temperature in the low to mid fifties for the game. Minimal wind is expected Niners have covered all three of their road games. This year. Seattle is having an incredible year. Offensively. Russell Wilson's having the greatest year of his career defensively Seattle Not as much. They're struggling to stop everybody. They've been especially weak against opposing tight ends, allowing an average of 14.8 yards per catch too tight ends of 31st in the NFL. So expect George Kittle potentially go off this weekend. Now the injury report. Debo and Jeff Wilson are both out Richie James part and Kwon Alexander. All doubtful Jimmie Ward and contain Via Street are questionable. We may even see Kevin Coleman and K. Juan Williams. I have to make a game day decision whether or not to pull those guys off I R and Jordan reached not expected together. He's expected to be held out until the Green Bay Game. Couple of NBA notes. Mike D'Antoni and Maia Dokka. Our assistant coaches are gonna join Steve Nash with the with the Brooklyn Nets, Nash and D'Antoni. Of course, we're together and in Phoenix, using the famous seven seconds or less offense. And Dokka has been with Popovich in in San Antonio, and, according to Marc Stein of The New York Times, the NBA players may only be offered a 50 game season by the owners. If the union insists on a mid January start those your half past headlines..
Hurricane Delta steams across Gulf of Mexico
"We are following a developing story out of the Gulf of Mexico region. As Hurricane Delta takes aim over there you can see by the map let's get right to CNBC's shepard. Smith with the latest airship, it does look like it could be terrible for the folks out there in Louisiana, and Mississippi not going to be good not at all the the latest is five o'clock. Update five eastern we just got that bring it to you. I, if you look at the top edge of this, it's so close to land. It's incredible. It looks like that is going to go over parts of Lake Charles and points east. A lot of rain has happened already Jackson Mississippi over the last twenty, four hours. They're estimating ten inches seven to eight inches around Lake Charles and if. You look at the cone. For this thing, it's not just a coast storm. This thing is going to go inland and rain and rain and rain I want to show you the cone of uncertainty if you will for this storm and there it is category too when it comes to shore and then it will weaken very quickly still be a tropical system, but not a hurricane as it moves. UPS skirts along Nashes Mississippi into the Jackson Mississippi area. Jackson. Mississippi. GonNa have reigned for at least the next twenty, four hours. This storm has weakened a little bit but not since the last report, the new update from the National Hurricane. Center has the central pressure at nine hundred and sixty six bars, which is up, and that means the storm is weakening. You look at go back to that last. Loop. You can see at the bottom the is breaking up on the bottom. That's sheer. The I is falling apart a little bit not a moment too soon let's go to Lafayette Louisiana Embassies Jay. Grazed Air Force. Wow He's getting wet you Jay. Yup. Well, conditions really intensifying over the last thirty, forty, five minutes the rain picking up a wind as well. We've got up the tropical fun print. Don't want to walk you down to the Million River and this is what you. Got All this. It's already over banks here. That's going to be a big problem. We've got sick maybe seven of these conditions left to go we're going to see sheets of rain continues to fall in the Lafayette area we could see up to a foot of rain before Paul said. And Wind Gusts better go be over hurricane strength again it for you be a real rough ride here for the next six or seven. And as you were talking about, this is an area here like Charles just to the West that's already been dealing with the effects of Laura category four storm. So they've been working for six weeks now worried that that works going to be walked away by this storm of move in mighty tough Jay gray one of four correspondence we have in the either storm. What is show you the storm surge in exactly what that's going to be like he said, vermillion, they're expecting up to eleven feet of. Storm surge there much less over by new. Orleans. Mouth of the Mississippi two to four feet lake pontchartrain one to three feet. So it's not going to be horrible near new. Orleans. But on the west side of Louisiana Lake Charles, we've just got battered at the end of August. They still don't have roofs on most of their houses that place is about to get hit
Fresh update on "nash" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Lender rate subject to change and sometimes acquitted. Approval. Call 805 114 48 For information. Alright, It's 7 16 on w T o P. Let's get to bend Rabia with sports. All right. Appreciate it, Michelle. We're counting down to kick off in college Park, Maryland home opener against Minnesota. Both schools. Oh, and one on the year. We'll have previews throughout the night on site with Dave Preston. Meanwhile, in baseball, it's the one year anniversary of the Nationals. Feeding the Astros in Game seven of the world Siri's and on that anniversary former Houston manager A. J. Hinch hired today as the new skipper of the Detroit Tigers. Elsewhere, MLB owners approving the sale of the New York Mets to billionaire Steve Cohen nationals, meanwhile, adding 23 year old righty Stephen Fuentes to their 40 Man roster. MBA first time head coach Steve Nash will have a familiar experienced face on his staff, Nash hiring his former coach, Mike D'Antoni, to be an assistant on his staff. Lochlan and in the NFL, the.
Johnny Nash, Houston-born singer behind hit 'I Can See Clearly Now,' dies at 80
"Other hit songs. He also ran a record company was an American born reggae singer and helped launch the career of a friend of his A guy named Bob Marley. Yeah, Johnny Nationals, a lot more than the guy who made I can see clearly now a smash hit in 1972 as a teenager. His voice was compared to that of Johnny Mathis. And although I can see clearly now is usually considered a source of inspiration. The meaning apparently was more practical. It is said that he It it while recovering from cataract surgery. Johnny Nash was 80 when he died of natural causes. I'm Oscar Wells. Gabriel Singer songwriter Johnny Nash
Fresh update on "nash" discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News
"Zach will do you believe in second chances, it seems the taggers do is they announced the hiring of a J. Hinch is their new manager today Inch gets a multiyear contract and a second chance after serving out that one year's suspension for his role in the Astros sign stealing scandal. Meanwhile, Edwin and Cardio on Geo Gonzalez, Ryan Braun, Brett Gardner, Jay Happen Charlie Morton, the latest players to become free agents today after their respective teams declined their options and baseball owners voted to approve the $2.475 billion sale of the Mets today to billionaire hedge fund manager Steve Cohen. Baseball also announced the cancellation of the owners meeting in November and the winter meetings in December. The Broncos and Vikings. Both had a player test positive for covert 19 Today. The Broncos host the Chargers Sunday. The Vikings visit the Packers and the Giants Monday night game against the Buccaneers is still on will earn and as remains in quarantine after testing positive for covert 19, the eight giants into assistant coaches who were in close contact with Hernandez were all back at practice today. After testing negative. The Ravens game the terms with left tackle Ronnie Stanley at a five year contract extension with $98.75 million. No major surprise here is chief's wide receiver Sammy Watkins is expected to miss his third straight game with a hamstring injury. Kansas City will be hosting the Jets on Sunday. Jets receiver Jamison Crowder is also expected to be out. He did not practice today after suffering a setback from the groin injury. And new Nets had coach Steve Nash added his added to his staff. I should say hiring his former head coach Mike D'Antonio, and email Udoka as their new assistance with Brooklyn. D'Antonio, the formy former Nick's head coach, coach Nash on two separate occasions, including a stint with the Sons in the mid to thousands. America, Herskowitz. This's Jim Rome. I'm talking to you and the biggest names in sports Week Days in the jungle noon Eastern nine Pacific Sea, then Hillary electoral. That's Andi want this unit complete equals and that is where the automatic pictures to somebody here so volatile market final interview or whether they will let you know that was my CIA contact? No census champion is a C the fashion with a restaurant and a recipe that another history inscribe.
Johnny Nash, singer of ‘I Can See Clearly Now,’ dies at 80
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The writer, singer and producer of the classic “I Can See Clearly Now” has died
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The writer, singer and producer of the classic “I Can See Clearly Now” has died
"Singer songwriter Johnny Nash has died here's a look at his life and career we think of Johnny Nash as a one hit wonder but not only did you have other hit songs he also ran a record company was an American born reggae singer and helped launch the career of a friend of his a guy named Bob Marley yeah Johnny Nash was a lot more than the guy who made I can see clearly now a smash hit in nineteen seventy two as a teenager his voice was compared to that of Johnny Mathis and although born in Houston he helped champion reggae music here in the U. S. and although I can see clearly now is usually considered a source of inspiration the meaning apparently was more practical it is said that he wrote it while recovering from cataract surgery Johnny Nash was eighty when he died of natural causes I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Johnny Nash, 'I Can See Clearly Now' singer, dead at 80
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Johnny Nash, 'I Can See Clearly Now' singer, dead at 80
"Can see Clear rain. It's being reported tonight that Johnny Nash, known for the number one hit in the 19 seventies, I could see clearly now passed away today at the age of 80 at his home of natural causes. Legacy clearly now made it to the top of the charts back in November of 1972 and stayed there at number one for four weeks
Kyrie Irving says he doesn't see the Nets having a coach
"Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving pulled the curtain back on the Nets Coaching Strategy Harry said quote I don't really see us having a head coach Durant ingred instead it would be more of a collaborative effort between the two all-stars newly hired head coach match and assistant coach, John So Shannon how fake of a problem you have best. Joe Who got he got a Africa Mersal I'll take I'll take advil jail camps three to get you one. You might need some Magara medicine because everybody gives you one get loose. There's this. I mean the guys made high what two weeks Steve. Two weeks and they. Will Call You A. Scale colaver way for what. Oh my goodness you this is the need. This is what happens when you're a great player. And you think you'll leader visited on four display. They do two guys get are not leaders. They're great players and automatically think they should be on. The should be leaders because they're great cabinet ran told you. He didn't want to lead Cabinet rank all WanNa do I just want to whom all that other stuff they could leave now he wanted to coach. Do they understand that a coach job is the lead of become a leader man not only just excellent knows what you've got to lead these men. And here we you might be. Look. tyree leading. I, ain't going. I want to go nowhere going I wanna Partha that. Katie I'm good. Tremendous players, but I followed them. You be me one day who who knows it might be Katie one day it might be Raleigh. Hey. Steve Nash. Cold Yep. Good look. Over young guys. Gulick with that one This is why I just might pick. DOC sixers. Is Said, how can you will? This is why? Obviously the nets will be talented enough next year to play clippers in the NBA finals because the clippers are going to win the West. Hostility Metro.
Boston - Patriots-Chiefs Week 4 Preview
"We are joined now by sports NFL analyst Michael Vick Michael What. Do you give camp in the Patriots against the chiefs this weekend Got A shot. So always a fifty, fifty chance to anything can happen in. The New England patriots could be the first thing that upset the city chiefs this season but a couple things are gonNA have to happen. The defense is going to have to come to play, and unfortunately for the past, there's only one Stefan. Gilmore. On a fail the other corner nefer right side opposite again was not step up tremendously and try to somehow someway lock down the trio receivers. The Kansas City chiefs has that. Pretty much ran right though on Baltimore Ravens last week in the Baltimore Ravens headed great secondary and I watched them go up and down the field with ease and. It was because of the speed that they possessed. Throughout combinations and the play call them angry they made that game so difficult. But in terms in their pages, ball control is going to be essential. Whether this cam running back back admitted, they're going to have to control the clock, keep the chiefs off the feel as much as they can and try to score as many points as they can. But I think the biggest Kansas game is just winning the game time possession a not length touch Rome's get out and be as dangerous the threat he's GonNa be because you can't stop Patrick you can only hope to contain them. Anger going to let him loose. In as as a team, you've really gotta find their rhythm early if you donate New England. Patriots said, I think that's GONNA be in the run game they have to control the clock down to control the town possession in keep Patrick mahomes on Saturday next avery.
CarMax profit, revenue rise above expectations
"CARMAX, second quarter profits and revenue came in much higher than expected. And the last time I checked the stock. It was down twelve percent. I was surprised by this because this was a really good quarter for Carmax I didn't see anything in their guidance to indicate that the next three to six months is going to be particularly perilous. Yeah I was also surprised they beat expectations revenue was up three point three, percent five, point three, seven, billion earnings were up percent last quarter they had implemented cost savings they had furloughed fifteen thousand workers, the CEO Bill. Nash Reduced Salary by fifty percent, they stopped new store openings like you said Chris this this quarter was really good for them. Their sales had bounced back by. Around June, we saw revenue growth, they're hiring seven, hundred, fifty people at their customer experience center they're planning to open stores. Again, the stock is up twenty one percent since the beginning of the year. So I don't know if it's more trying to temper expectations for the future, but it was a solid quarter for them. We've certainly seen that with other companies in other industries where. The come out with, results. They are somewhere on the spectrum of good to great but not. Off John Dropping perfect. And we see a little bit of a off just because you're to date the stock is doing well. I Dunno Carmax. I've the last vehicle. I bought was from Carmax. A couple of years ago had a very good experience. I would absolutely go back there again because I feel like they have. I don't want to say they have solved a pain point, but they have certainly made a pain point a lot less painful and I'm referring to the process of buying a car which for for most people, it's just trans. Actually we just want the car that we want and please don't make me go through the whole haggling Kabuki theatre thing because that's just awful. Yeah I have never bought a car I. Don't have a driver's license, but I will say I was I was interested in. How, they might have done in the last recession. So you can see if there are people who are listening economic service. If you look at the demand curve for normal products as income increases the demand for a product increases but with inferior goods are inferior products they do well in a recession because as income decreases demand for this product increases, and since Carmax maxell eighty, five percent of their revenue is used cars. It seems likely that they would be considered an inferior product. So if we see a recession in the future, they would be a company that would do well, and so I looked at. How they did in the last recession, and if you look at the stock from March twenty, two, thousand, eight to September Twenty fifteen, it returned two hundred, four percent compared to fifty percent for the S. and P. Five hundred. So I think looking forward and thinking long term about Carmax if you're thinking about the impacts, the long-term recession impacts of covid nineteen, this might be an interesting to think thing to think about is those inferior products versus those normalized product particularly in urban areas where you're a for people who have the means they're probably to be spending less time getting on subways if they can avoid it. I gotta say inferior goods as a categorization just sounds pejorative that sounds like something that the new auto dealers of America came up with yeah. It's not the nicest term and when you study, they'll say a bus is considered an inferior to car planes kind of insulting. But that is the technical economic term
"nash" Discussed on The For Real For Real Podcast
"Admit that yell publicly because most people in his position wouldn't have the humility to actually say to what to take from that I mean, can you even be looked at in bad waiver saying that I think it actually is only beneficial for to admit that because if he denies white privilege is it played a role into it even if they did it in. This point it seems like he might be oblivious but you admit it, you own it. You put out on Front Street. You look like you're above the pettiness. So I think it was very strategic for him to come out very quickly and admit that that could be a possibility or his case is a possibility on why the process was much shorter for help to nash credit other athletes who never. Had coaching experience have also jumped into big roles Babbitt to be black like Derek Fisher like Jason Kidd those who were actually played generals who were outstanding point guards near time than were championship level point guards and champions. Steve Nash is not a champion, but they had been held in high regard, but they also got their shot before other people who might have been waiting. So there's much to be. Said, the white privilege thing could be a generalization but ultimately, we know that if not for this case typically vindicated in a lot of different areas and we definitely could speak to mark Jackson in other coaches who have been fired after successful season directors. Last coach before nick nurse on was a part of that. So yeah, I think it could be a large possibility, but it's inconclusive at this for. You know one of the other benefits of you know white privilege is also when you take. A high paying high ranking job that you have a PR company that helps you answer questions and one of the things that that PR company probably said was you know what? Go ahead and say you know what I got this because of white privilege it allows you to take ownership of something right and here's the thing. I think although I'm not GONNA Trash Talk Steve Nash, obviously, Hall of Fame Point Guard..
Niecy Nash gets married to longtime female friend in surprise wedding
"With a new member of the tribe Jamie? Yeah and it's a good one niece e Nash announced that she married lady a lady. And she was married to a man and he's he's like a pastor too much. She was like that's dumb I wanNA lady but she wasn't just married for like a year this thirteen years. Yeah. Like a long time and then all of a sudden now she's married she married lady and then she came out and all of it it's amazing. She's Hilarious does she I don't know what I know about Nash is one from getting on. I loved her so much on that show. If you haven't seen it, it's HBO immediately or else you're dead to me near not at all I. So I'm very, very very agro this morning. I haven't seen any negative press wool from the gays around this, but everybody seems to have really just embrace this. S. nece-. Are just so happy when anyone comes under our umbrella run to it here. It's dry under here. Come on. She's so funny I've ever on you know I love her, I'm telling you please watch her getting on. It's like she's I think what movie? Series it was based on a British series, and of course, because we have no new ideas, we remade it as an American the series we do it all the time. She S British Maury mccafe's also in it and Alex. Burstein it is a killer cast. It is so well written. So funny but what needs Nash doesn't I think she's so underrated as as an actress
'Terror Against The People': Belarus Detains Another Opposition Leader
"Opposition activist Maria called yes. Nicola has filed a formal complaint with prosecutors about an attempt to deport her illegally this week. She said state security agents told her that if she didn't leave voluntarily, they would remove her anyway alive or in pieces. In a statement from custody in Minsk, she said they then hooded her and drove her to the Ukrainian border is call. Yes, Nick of a tour up her passport so that Ukrainian border guards would refuse entry. Sarah. Go, Nash go in. Moscow has more. Marieke Elastic accuses security services of barriers that they threaten her with death, which is why she's asking to open a criminal case against Belarussian Cee Lo ve Keys, like those security services has detained her and ballistic was one of the three women who were leaders in this opposition in Belarus. On DH. She has remained the only one who decided to stay in Belarus. Which is why, for now she's like a national hero for the all opposition people in Country.
"nash" Discussed on First Take
"To be black would never have had this opportunity that is the bottom line and that is the point that I was making. and not to the wreck. These comments is Sean Walks Steve Nash in any way because as far as I'm concerned. They're relatively victimized in the grand scheme of things when you think of what transpired char marks has the right to hire whoever the hell he wants and Steve Nash, he would have been stupid not to take this job. It's an incredible opportunity for him and both of them class personified and I wish them nothing but the best. But my comments were not about them. It was about what the resume says how there's no centralized system in place no criteria definitively to operate under or around that would facilitate an African American be having the. Same resume getting a similar opportunity. It would not happen and for White folks and even black folks to raise up and have a problem what I said well, I have two responses for that I for White folks out there that had a problem with my comments about white privilege. Are you going to sit in denial of history? I thought you were listening I thought you were willing to listen I thought in the aftermath of George Floyd's killing that you wanted to hear folks you wanted to understand where we're coming from because you understand. That people weren't just out there protesting about police brutality they were protesting systemic racism, the inequality in the unfairness that exist as it pertains and the African American community throughout this nation's history. That's what we were talking about. That's why people have been protesting. That's why black people all over the place have come across is fed up. That's why young folks who are in the be from the white community have raised up and said, enough's enough because therefore the their forefathers and their iniquities and their actions have caused a level of stress and. Strife that the younger white generation no longer wants to have to deal with they don't WanNa have to show that burden because of their ancestors actions. So as a result of that, when you all white person and you WANNA raise up like some columnist in the New York Daily News on Sunday rights, you know Stephen a you know I missed the boat on I had the wrong spin or whatever. This man brought a Bill Russell Bill Russell being named the players coach in nineteen, sixty six. That was his arguments when he came back. As a retort to what I was saying he came back with something from nineteen sixty six. The reality is, is that if you are White And you swear that you're listening, you're hearing you should have problem with what I said. You should appreciate the fact that I said it because I'm articulating a point of view and opposition most black people wouldn't even think about denying and for those black folks like Charles Barkley and others who had a problem with what I said if you listen to what people said, they were too busy thinking about Steve Nash because we like Steve Nash, he's a great guy a good man who I believe is going to do an exceptional job in Brooklyn and I can understand why anybody would want to play for him because he seems to be a play his coach I know a guy by the. Name of Bill Duffy one the exceptional agents in this business who I've known for many years who represented Steve Nash All these years who swears by him not just as a talent but as a man, but the bottom line is that love the Steve Nash is what gives people the resistance towards what I had to say because they don't feel it's fair for me to bring something like that up because he was hired and my response to that is if not him who who else got hired for prestige job like this would resume. So it's really not about Steve Nash about the system and it's about pointing out how it's unequal because what happened for him? What happened for a white guy? Even, if they wasn't Steve Nash would never happen. For a black man and I spoke to somebody last night Max I'll hand it off to you. I spoke to the Great Jerry Colangelo as well because obviously he disagreed with my position than I have such respect for him that I took the of calling him to make sure he understood my arguments were not against Steve National Sean Marks as people and Jerry. Colangelo to his credit was making the statement that I understand where you're coming from Stephen. I'm just saying that white privilege is not the reason Steve. Nash. Got This job, and I said fair enough. But my position is no black man would that resume we'll get that job I said it last week a set at the other day I'm saying that now I've been saying for a quarter century in this business and I will never change my position on that matter until the facts show me otherwise, which has yet to happen. Well, let me black men in this country. Let me try and give you some facts in that case even because we disagree about this and I think it's fair to say that your larger point. Seven head coaching jobs available in this off season when you count the Nixon the nets already filled by white guys, right. So five more jobs if you look in your like five white guys in two black guys head coach something's wrong and even if in each individual case, it makes sense hold on. Let's step back and see the big picture on that you and I agree and a Lotta. Times. White people hear this argument they go in this case and they want to kind of micro focus on let's say Steve Nash in this case to prove that no, that's not what's going on. That's not what I'm doing I disagree with your analysis here. About Nash when he jumped alive, he saying point guards as tweeted out when this first happened point guards in modern MBA history jump right into head coaching jobs right that goes for. Mark Jackson and Jason Kidd and many others. Actually I have a list in front of me. Well, Isaiah Thomas with the Pacers. Steve Kerr who's a white guy but A. Point Guard shooting guard kind of guy who jumped right into a head coaching position you could say, well, Look Mark Jackson jumped into the same jobs Steve. Kerr did when it was a development job when it became a Glamor job than the White Guy got it. There's no perfect set of circumstances that will allow us to analyze this perfectly, but bottom line is. There's like A. Job Right you could argue the nets job is more glamorous than the phillies. The sixers job I'm not sure about that I. Don't know about that K. D. if he comes back as eighty percent of his former selves, which is ambitious right? That's optimistic. Usually that injury that the guy's never the same if he does Kyri who's not been able to make team greater than the sum of its parts. K. D. as a compromise version of himself. If he thought of mistake Paul George is Kyrie Paul George would that that automatically a championship team I don't know the Philly job may actually be better likely to go to tie. Lou right like it's the worst kept secret in basketball. Now you could argue well, tie lose not a first year coach that's legitimate that part is UNKNOWABLE. But I think if you look at the number of coaches including, African American coaches who were successful point guards jumped right into head coaching jobs you'll see many of them are African American. In this case Steve Nash had a relationship with K. d. they got along really well Katie said, it's his team obviously, Katie said that that I think he he was like the best basketball mind I've been around not among the best. He said the best now Chauncey billips looks like he might get the Indiana job. You mean to tell me Stephen Thought experiment just for you if Steve Nash were instead Chauncey billips and Katie got along with Chauncey billips that way you mean to tell me the next wooden. John. Phillips I think they probably would have. So in this case, although I understand appreciate your broader point, it's not 'cause I like Steve Nash. It's not because I. Don't appreciate the fact that the nets is a better job than some development job. I do appreciate that back. I Steve Nash were an African American coach under the same circumstances or former point guard who had that relationship with K. D..
"nash" Discussed on The Bio Report
"And. One of the problems associated with be virus infections is that you get a production of a lot of surface antigen. And in a way, I would almost few surface antigen as a decoy. So these decoys are pumped out and such massive numbers relative to the virus itself that overwhelms the immune response. So you get something called T. cell exhaustion. So the immune response is just it's just overwhelmed. So, one of the things that we think Could be important about in our lead compound CRV for thirty one is that it could help to reduce the the amount through the concentration of these surface antigens. So there's these little I would say almost like a little nuances between you know going from virus, the virus and their slight differences the way the drug will or are drug candidate will participate in each one of these viral lifecycles. What's known about CRV four, thirty, one today. Well today we're we are in the clinic. So we've kicked off already are are face to that that's a program that we're looking at Nash patients and we'll probably be doing more. The one does but nevertheless you know is in the clinic will be looking at fibrosis. We'll be looking at fiberoptic markers that also implies that, of course, we've already gone through our phase one program. So the phase one of course being. Safety tolerability and pharmacokinetics. So we've been able to map all that out. The drug is. All by all accounts appears to be very safe and well tolerated We've nicely mapped out the PK profiler, the pharmacokinetics. So that's all been done of course in humans. But if if we go over to the animal side and we look at, for example, the usual required studies in in toxicology. Where you looking at different species, you'll look, for example, at non human primates bill also look at you know other for example, rodents. And what we've also found in our toxicology studies and these are given when the drug is given at high concentrations is that the drug pile intents and purposes looking quite safe? So much. So in fact that We've tried to figure out ways of actually ramping up our our drug exposure levels or concentrations. To the point where we can try to see and push for toxic toxicity because. As it stands right now we're really not encountering a lot of toxicity and certainly in the clinic. We're not really seeing any any meaningful adverse events. We certainly haven't seen any serious adverse events and I think that's One of the whole one of the ideas behind doing clinical trials certainly in a phase one. is to see if you can see any.
Finding The Rain Of Compassion
"Invite you to close your eyes for a moment. And the new be guiding you a very brief taste. Of. A Meditation I called the reign of compassion. And I invite you to on your own. Take the time. To drop into it more fully. Sitting away way that allows you to be relaxed and alert. Scanner Body see if you can let go of any habitual tension you might be carrying. Take a few full brass and let your mind settle. Like, to invite you to scan through. Family. Members or friends who are close to choose someone you know who's having a difficult time. Connect with your intention to awaken compassion toward this person. The beginning of rain is to simply recognize what most. Culture tension about. Their challenges. You might be remembering a mood that they're infrequently or some way they appear. Are Tone recent communications. Just began by. Letting. Yourself recognize this person's having a hard time. This is how I know it. And with that recognizing allow. Allow that experienced to be just as it is. Take your willingly pausing with the situation. We begin to investigate. What's it like being you? With Real Gentle Nash. So bring your curiosity. And your interest as you attend more closely. To what this person might be experiencing. You might imagine feeling with their hard and viewing the world from their perspective. You can make some. Inquiry asking yourself these questions if you're the person like what life circumstances are most distressing to here. What do you imagine? What's most distressing for this person? What are the particular fears or disappointments her church? This person's carrying. Maybe as you're being mindful an empathetic, you can sense what their belief about themselves in their life. What's the belief or they feel like a failure? Feeling, rejected. Insecure. Uncertain. Sense if you can feel and imagine. How whatever motions are strong pressure living in that? Maybe. How they're living with fear hurt anger. And feels like too much at any point just to use that noting to name the feelings and sense, you don't have to be the sink, you can be like the lake. dysle- be held in a mindful witnessing way. Can you censor the person who feels most vulnerable? You might even ask you know what? What is it that you most need? Do. You think this person most needs. Maybe from themselves or from others. And if at any point as you're investigating, you find yourself reacting. Then you shift and bring mindfulness and compassion to your own reaction. Naming it. Offering care. Tour. Sensing in what this person most need. Because this is what leads to nurture. This is how mindful empathy you've been feeling. Turns into compassion.
Brooklyn Nets Hire Steve Nash To Coach In New York
"The Nets of Fired Hall of Fame guard Steve Mash to be their next head coach. Nash was never mentioned among the many candidates for the job, but the Nets have apparently been after him for weeks. This will be Nash is first coaching job.
"nash" Discussed on First Take
"Time Stephen A. Where I agree that optics are important and that you want to increase the number of. Black Hires at the coaching level and with people say, well, why not just the best man for the job at that? In a league that's that's way more than fifty percent African. American. Why would the presumption be that more than fifty percent of the best candidates for the job of coaching jobs aren't African American. So I get all of that. I wouldn't. I. Wouldn't give a four year contract is interesting to me. They gave him a lot of security. There's they're saying like this is not like looking over your shoulder kind of thing you go a four year contract raise my eyebrows but the hiring of Steve Nash because it's Katie team I understand. Well, I'm not going to sweat the four years. The reason why because Steve Kerr got five years when he got to go to state job and Derek Fisher got five years from the New York ducks and resurrection. I'm not going to sweat that. That's number one but number two here's the bottom line Max Kellerman. You know what? When we bring up black management we know most of the managers you most general magic president of basketball operations are white. Okay. We get all of that. We also know every own about Michael Jordan is white. So now we get to the head coach of ranks because when you go to GM president of basketball operations, there are nine blacks in those positions officially, but only one out of the nine has complete and final say and that would be Messiah. Jazzy. Do Coaches in another country, which is Canada. He's he coaches in another country you ain't in America. Okay. We all love massage. Gone in the sample. Max We know that the shining example that he has said, you would think that would be impetus for him to call the shots but that is simply not the case we know that Joe Dumars back in Sacramento now. But how many years did it take for him to get back in the mix and we don't know if he's going to have final say the man only went to six straight conference finals but to back to back NBA Finals one an NBA. Championship, it could by job and so I look at it from that perspective and then I think about the qualifications of the people on the market and I'm thinking about the fact that Steve Kerr's Grazie isn't he is phenomenal. It was helped by the fact that a foundation was set for him and he inherited Klay Thompson and Steph curry the greatest shooting back court known to man as far as I'm concerned, and now here we off its K. D. Kyri it's K. D. A. Kyw Ray. And a coach that really has never been on the bench is their new head coach and again is hard because if you do your homework Steve Nash here's an outlier. This is a special brother. He's a special person. He's a good do he's highly knowledgeable his accu on basketball is off the charts I have no doubt whether it's Popovich whether it's Dan Tony whether it's the Kerr anybody else he'll have recommendations out the WAZOO I am not questioning Steve Nash major props to him I wish nothing but the best and I do believe he will be successful in Brooklyn I'm just saying that right now we're all this stuff that's happening. With the black candidates out there that actually have resumes and you've got to stars in Cari urban and D. who assures you as a coach you will win games you may or may not win the championship we'll find out but they lose it gets this job is automatically good for about fifty win season to have that kind of situation and to have qualified black coaches and to not have them in those positions. It just resonates with me because everytime a black coach Gets Damn Job we get Joan teams they stink you gotTa build something or whatever. But when you build it like more Jackson your end up going okay or tire. Building we don't need you anymore. Yeah. That's stuff man you're right about rx man in right about Mars Jack such a good do. You're right about Mark Jackson building something special Golden State. But the fact remains they took a quantum leap forward in terms of their offense when Steve Kerr got there, it is unclear to me that they ever win a championship with Mark Jackson maybe it would have happened but not with the offense as it was and with Steve Kerr they started they really became a Juggernaut the point if you look back and say was that the right thing do in retrospect I was arguing wasn't what are you doing Mark Jackson or back then I was talking to in retrospect yes it seems to me they made the right decision and this may also prove to be the right decision. And Volvo nothing is more important than protecting people both inside the car and out the Volvo XC. 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"nash" Discussed on The Hoop Collective
"The respect of okay. This is a dude who has played the point guard position at a hall of fame level. So I, it's a risk, but I can also see why it makes sense through the prism of the two superstars they're trying to build around. Kirk is some discussion about Gregg Popovich for this job. Sure. Did you ever believe that pop would have considered that I? Mean I'm sure he could have had. The word consider doing a lot of work there. He would consider it for sure I. Mean. But I think this is a very good higher and I'll tell you why Steve Nash might be one of the heaviest players to come out. Of of this league in the last twenty years when the league sort of went away from hand checking in two, thousand, four after the. Pistons just absolutely suffocated the Laker. Steve. Nash came out of nowhere in Daytona System in won two straight MVP awards. Nobody knows how to sort of run contemporary NBA offense better than Mike d'antoni. But if there's somebody who might it could be Steve Nash and the idea that if this clicks with him in Cairo that he can sort of unlock kyrie irving as a point guard as somebody who can make shots for teammates in Oh by the way Kevin Durant This could be a great hire. I I think it is a risk Brian. This is unproven head coach walking into. A very challenging environment but I think it's a smart risk and I think the Steve Nash disturbs the benefit of the doubt He's been one of the smartest players and I would say again, he epitomizes how smaller guards and guard oriented offenses have changed basketball in the last fifteen years more than arguably any other players side from maybe curry or harden This is a guy who did it I in two, thousand and five, thousand, six and he's kept up with the trends being associated with the warriors recently I think he's a pretty good fit. And look like you said, it's fair to say Asiana proven head coach, and now we're throwing them into the fire. That's a fair take but I think it's I think it's a good risk and I think Sean Marks. Will be proud of this higher years. So the connection connection here is. You know nationals around the warriors a lot when Katie was was there. So Katie is going to have a comfort level with him and I. think that was clearly GonNa be important. To me. The relationship that is I don't think Kevin Durant particularly difficult to coach. The Guy was difficult to coach his Kyri and Here's the complicated thing about the nets. Durant. carries the more sway. So ultimately, if you're GONNA, make sure that you're on the same page, if you're going to have to connect with the star player the one you have to connect with his durant but Kyrie has shown an uncanny ability. To connect with his pierce even for a guy who? Can Be difficult to play with quite frankly It's amazing. How many guys in the League especially star players like him. And he has gotten the ability to really get durant to go along with him. You Know I. Would I would argue that the great accomplishments of of Kyrie's basketball career I know he's done some things off the court that have been special but his basketball career one hitting the shot and game seven to win his ring. To. Getting Kevin Durant a come with him to Brooklyn. Out of all those other places he could have gone and so to me McMahon the real challenge here. Is Four Steve Nash to bond and get Kyri. Being effective that is going to be in my guestimation, his daily challenge. Yeah. That that's his day and I also think that you know as as brilliant basketball mind is Steve Nash obviously is and you could see that. You know with him playing point guard did for all those years. He hasn't even been a full time MBA assistant coach. You know he he was an assist he was a consultant he was kind of a you know show up win convenient type guy So I think it was absolutely critical that he's got an experienced right hand man which you know woes reported that Jock Vaughn will be the highest paid assistant coach they needed somebody in the junk bonds got a ton of head coach experience but they I think they at least needed somebody who had been in that chair You know to be there to to kind of help guide Steve Nash a rookie coach. Who? Think so the You know the one thing here and we mentioned it in his reporting already is that the toughest thing was convincing Nash to come do this. You know we gotta hear from Steve Nash on his thought process here but I think it's a really good point that he hasn't been a coach on any level of folk for before Now, this is the more I think about it is so much like kid because you know kid had the relationship with Darren Williams that went south pretty quickly. Yeah I did it went south super duper quickly in fact everything with Jason. Kidd who by the way I, know a little bit and really really like I mean I understand why the guy is he's going to give them their head coaching job because he's really likable and then of course. So many of these current players you know grew up admiring him, you know he has instant credibility hall of Famer He you know I think Lawrence Frank was the highest I think this was sort of the same thing I think they. Lawrence Frank had not been an assistant in a while and they they made Lawrence Frank the highest paid assistant coach. to be his lead assistant and was like, okay, we're GONNA get this Guy With all this head coaching experience to be as lead assistant to be. To be his sort of his shepherd to help them through this and it went sideways immediately with with With Lawrence Frank, remember, he was he was relegated to writing scouting TPS reports, right? and like look I'm not saying you know there's Jason Kidd and Steve Nash are very different. I'M A. I'm just saying like the nets just went down this path a few years ago It's remarkable how similar it is. One other thing to point out there Bryan Sean marks played with Steve Nash for two years on those phoenix themes. These guys aren't strangers. You know in these young GM's who have playing experienced don't too far from where their their friends are I mean we've seen it before but yet sean and and and Steve Know each other pretty well, this is not completely out of left field there. And and I it's pretty out of left field to me. Well, you know you had this friends who said it was in the third and so I a I don't know. It's it's Kinda out of left field. It reminds me also have Steve Kerr who did have experience in the front office not but never experience. On the bench and in came into Golden. State did pretty well and and again on knows that Steve Been around Steve Nash has been around Steve Kerr. For that Organization for the last few years to what kind of offense you can kill Ron Kirk. I mean, you gotta play through Durant and then you gotta play through Kyrie I. Don't know if they will play curry's not a big. Shot Creator he is a great off the bounce individual shot creator. So I think they have to find ways to play through durant dribble handoff, get durant, and Kyri attempts through the dribble handoff they have jared Allen they have Joe Harris assuming that keep them so I think they'll try to play In a similar way to to Golden State where they went from a post up of pick and roll sort of attack in the Mark Jackson years to allotted plan through the bigs dribble handoff in motion after Steve Kerr took over and Nash had been a part of that durant his come from that. So I would expect to see a little bit a more motion and a little bit more dribble handoffs.
"nash" Discussed on The Hoop Collective
"I'll talk about the thunderous future in a second, but let's look ahead real quick to the Lakers series The rockets are GonNa pay a fee here for. Having to go seven while the Lakers guide done in five and and have not only been having the time off and but their families have been there all week in and Frank Vogel is given them some days off to spend with their families It was funny I was I know somebody who? Used to be a rock journalist in the. Sixty seventy I mean, I guess the still Iraq journals today but like went on tour with the stones in the and then the WHO, and you know led Zeppelin whatever. They were saying to me you know. Back when I was on these tours when the family showed up, that's when everything went haywire. But you know huge advantage Lakers McMahon this is a series that we've been looking forward to for a while. The thunder are almost ruined it where you think the rockets are mentally how do you think that matchup goes they are going to force the Laker nuisances some discomfort. I think well, you know Dan Tony pointed out that the rockets being such. A young team really works their advantage on a quick turnaround. With a bunch of thirtysomethings in their starting lineup. So look game one who it might be ugly. You know the thing I'm fascinated to see is How Frank Vogel places in terms of does he go small to try to match up with the rockets which he did February six, it's the first game after the Capella. Covington you know four way team deal he went small down the stretch and I think it was a mistake. I I think that I think the Lakers have to be willing to kind of deal with McGee or Dwight Howard look a little lost having to defend a a corner three point shoot from time to time just to beat up the rockets inside just to absolutely pummel them on the glass in Doc, rivers in the clippers when they came to Houston by. The maybe late February was I remember him saying we're not matching up with them. You know we're we're we're GONNA do a we do and boss Mantras hail absolutely killed him in that game and I think it's GonNa be fascinating to see where the Frank Vogel stays big and you know just tries to beat the rockets up or if he if he tries to match up with game which I think's a mistake. I will talk more about that but we have some breaking news right now. This is why I guess I really wanted to do this podcast at three am so you guys could all hear it in When you got up this morning, but we just couldn't do it to McMahon and and now was cosmetically second time. I've used that podcast. We have breaking news Woods reported at first, but then the team is immediately announced it. I don't think McMahon knows this is going to be good. I've got twitter alert okay. the Brooklyn Nets have named Steve Nash, their head coach which. Comes completely out of left field, which complements to all parties there watch says it's a four year contract and the Jock Vaughn will stay on as the LALITA assistant Here's what Sean Marks General Manager says after meeting with a number of highly accomplished coaching candidates from diverse backgrounds we knew we had difficult decision to make. In Steve We see a leader communicator mentor who will garner the respect of our players. I've had the privilege to know see for many years. One of the Great on-court leaders in our game I've witnessed firsthand his basketball acumen and selfless approach to prioritize team success goes on and on. This is obviously a stunning move You know Steve Sense, his retirement has worked with a number of players and Ben A. Consultant and just general consultant to the Warriors I did not know that Steve had head coaching aspirations to be honest with you. He's been a soccer commentator as well. I think he's got some other business interests that he's had in various parts of the club My instant reaction is kind of reminds me of when they signed. It was a different regime, different owner different gentlemen. Kinda reminds me of when the nets like pluck JAS Jason Kidd I. Didn't even think was ready to retire. He might have had a year left in them and they were like. Jason Kidd, you're going to be our head coach of our team that has Kevin Durant and You know we made this big trade and then they you know the head kid to be higher sort of have gone up. Yeah. Sorry. Kevin. Garnett durant. So in my brain So here they'll take a first time head coach, hand him the keys to a team with durant and Kyrie on it and. and to me, this is this doesn't happen I think one of the struggles here was finding a balance for what the front office wanted and what the you know durant and Kyrie wanted because they drive the bus and I do think the front office was really they really liked the idea of Jock Fawn as the head coach and he's got a really good job. Coach them after Atkinson laughed but McMahon, this is a this is an interesting. This is interesting move I I. I'm now getting texts from people who said Oh. Yeah. I this was out there in the Easter I'm like. Well, why didn't you tell? Tell me. But.
"nash" Discussed on The Hoop Collective
"You don't get everything you want. And I love that back and forth and I I really don't want to spend more time talking about it because he's a really big important games. But Chris Paul has no reason to say anything because. There were two calls against the rockets and you know how I feel about the rockets and they're complaining about officiating but the two calls against the rockets in the last minute or I guess was the last two minutes the James Harden loose ball foul was, and in Sane call I I might have if I was a coach I might have gotten injected on that play just like two nights ago I might have gotten ejected if I was nick nurse when Marcus smart flopped on the break was one of the greatest flops of ever seen may we'll talk about maybe we won't. I if I was, I, might have gotten ejected. Okay. I'm just saying. I declared myself the judge case dismissed okay. Case dismissed McMahon. You wrote a really good story today about this game. One of your points was the defense to James Harden and the rockets played, and while James Harden gave another offense of Dud in game seven. Four, fifteen shooting. The rockets I wanna point something out the rockets won a game game seven. Where they scored one hundred and four points you WanNa know how many times this year the rockets, one game that they scored one hundred four points or less once, and it was in November. The rockets won that game with Defense Mcmahon and you wrote all about the rockets won that series would defense I mean. They've got the best defensive rating so far in these bubble play offs and you know. A lot of ways I think James. Harden's reputation was on the line when Lou Dort cop that Paul away and he was open for a second there because if dort knocks that down, we're talking right now about James Harden another elimination game debacle in Oh I mean we're talking about Chris Paul. Beaten the team that dumped them. we're talking about, okay. You Know Chris Paul said, some guys are built for these fourth quarter. Some guys are built for game sevens. I've James Harden is is he not one of those guys but he comes up with a way to make a defensive play to save the series to save so far the rockets season and and you know he he was so. Satisfied with that because obviously, his reputation for years has been that he's a guy who does not give a damn defensively in if you've watched him for the last few years, that's an outdated reputation, and so there was a lot of pride. From Harden in the fact that the biggest play that he's made this season was on the defensive end the floor. Kirk By the way. One more thing. is showing my edicts from the bench here Chris. Paul got done dirty by the rockets with the way they traded him but I, like to point out the Chris Paul himself as demanded traits twice in his career including saying I'm only going to be traded to this team. So again. Case dismissed on that front Kirk sorry McMahon and I have been filibustering a little motion early in the morning here You've extensively. reviewed James. Harden's offense but his defense in the series, an overall rocks defense, they won the series as McMahon said with that defense. Yeah. I'm a I'm a harden August by trade happened for years and look a lot of people are hard on him McMahon. Did a great job. I recommend everybody read the piece. But yeah. I've also designed game plans against James in in the playoffs and studied his every move and it's fair at this point the question, his offense performances and his defensive performances in the playoffs is a tendency to vanish a big moments. He only had four buckets last night we're not making this up in at the end of game six don't forget he kinda disappeared too but let me be crystal clear about one thing that guy made the biggest play of the game in crunch time last night and he did it on defenses Tim set. Lou Dort was about to like twitter on fire with that three point shot. If he had made that shod Mike Dantonio might be from Houston. Who knows who else has gone from Houston. It would trigger all this discussion that we're not having today but instead James Harden who was buddying up Stephen Adams in the paint if you re watch that play. He came from the restricted area in about two seconds to put a finger on that shot the most important block shot of the season my opinion maybe the the best defensive play of the season Most true that yet another dicey game on offense and it's fair to put that sort of box score in his shameful resume of postseason play A. The actions he took in the last few seconds of that game ensure Houston went on to the next round They won four games in the series harden averaged thirty points per game in this series more than anyone else, and now is team advances onto to play. Lebron. James. So it wasn't as great as game. It was another sort of dead on offense. But it's hard to criticize him for not being club twenty made that defensive play at the end of the game somebody who who does deserve I think a little bit of criticism for the end of game seven last night as Billy Donna absolutely and he had a few timeouts and he could have stopped the game and drama play to get a really good shot and then when he did. Finally call a timeout, a T. O. failed. So it failed three times yet. So I mean if we're talking about clutch in who showed up and who didn't at the very end of the very important game seven James, Harden deserve some credibility billy Donovan might deserve a little bit of a of Shadier today Oh. Also I I'm not a hundred percent. Sure on the rule here Be said on the broadcast last night that after that away from the ball foul. That was called which was the other insane call that wasn't Scott Foster who? Actually, made that call but it's got foster allowed allowed to be made. That was that was when the things officially became a mess They said that any anybody was allowed to shoot that free it almost works like technical. It doesn't have to be the guy who was fouled. I actually just I. Don't know the Rule Chris Paul was the guy who was fouled. So okay. All right. So so why does Danilo Gallinari who was having one of the worst games of the season? Why is the Nilo Galadari take that? I know that he's a good. He's a ninety percent free throw shooter because some some guys are built for those games sevens those those late fourth quarters you know. Some some Guy I listen Chris Paul is best closer in basketball this year I mean statistically it's not closed. Numbers are just astounding that he his closing abilities. The reason this thing went to seven games is the reason the thunder won three games in the series. He didn't close game seven though crunch time game seven, he took a shot that he missed committed a turnover. Committed a foul and those whose only stats crunch time. So if if you'RE GONNA if you're GonNa, you know beat your chest and. Tony Double teamed him when they came down they double team like they're you know they're not gonna now. I would I would argue that may be nobody that I know of studied..
"nash" Discussed on The Hoop Collective
"Who's joining us from Dallas had to cover that game last night between the thunder and rockets. So Tim, McMahon We WanNa drag you out until two or three in the morning I know I know that never happens to usually go to bed early yeah. I'm a definitely a early to to bed. Kinda guy when to you know that but I appreciate, let me get a little bit of beauty sleep. And joining us is our second favorite Texan sorry. Kirk now what the heck. But I mean Texas a big states saying your second favorite. Texan. Way Behind Dirk. Is Hurt Berry joining us from Austin Deepen Heart Texas. Is Austin Texas in Dallas. Not. GonNa get into that fight. Austin is a little slice of California in the middle of tax. Evolved him weird is the slogan. So way too much officiating stuff way too much officiating stuff I. I don't know if not for that delay of game in in in the second quarter of the thunder could have won that Scott Foster versus Chris Paul. Here let me just say something about Scott Foster. Chris Paul. Is is made hundreds over one hundred, million dollars playing basketball maybe two, hundred, million bytes done I haven't told up so he doesn't need another job but if he ever wanted to get another job, he could be a lawyer Oh. Yeah. He says he's very good at presenting one side of the case. Very passionately. Did I like Scott Foster demonstrative -Ly Doing Scott Foster things at the end of that game no I did not. That was not a happy thing for for anybody to see I'm sure everybody league office when they skoll. Scott foster run from forty feet away to call a loose ball foul on James Harden they were like, oh no, he didn't have to jump off the top turnbuckle before either and being like six seconds late. Like to point out to help out his old pal Chris Paul. Why Chris. Bring that up in the Post that's what I'm saying. So so first off coming into this game. The rockets had lost seven consecutive games in the playoffs officiated by Scott Foster. So they're clearly the aggrieved party there's the rockets who. who have effectively blamed the two thousand seventeen lost two, thousand, eighteen eighteen two, thousand, eighteen, game, seven loss to the to the warriors. They've blamed it on Scott Foster, and by the way, if you look at the film, there are a few plays where Scott Foster makes very strange calls look against the rockets. and. Fair point I also point out they miss twenty seven consecutive threes but no, it's got fosters fact. So definitely, rockets have no chance last night oh. Oh Oh. Oh, wait a minute. But Chris Paul. Chris Paul had lost nine consecutive playoff games raft by Scott Foster. Yeah. The Rock and the rockets bad run with Scott foster startling CPA three out there and it's ep through the guy who wants after a rockets regular season win declared Scott Foster he the man that's who they pay to see. We'll see everybody's everybody's right here. You Know Scott Foster is difficulties difficult. Everybody they hate him in Golden State to okay. and. So like you know after the Game Chris, Paul says well, Scott Foster came up to me and said, you know I officiated game seven and two, thousand eight when you lost with the Hornets Chris Chris Presents that like what are you talking about I'm like Dude, he he officiated game seven two years ago when you lots. And ten years ago I mean. Go Chris was sitting on the sideline with a ham but yeah. Okay fine, but it's it gets against his team, right? So. My point is Scott Foster. Is that for most people? And the whole Chris Paul Complaining About Gamesmanship Room Boy. Chris. Paul leads the history of the NBA and Gamesmanship. He he complained after the game. I actually think Scott Foster saying to Chris. Paul like you know Frost Nixon. That famous series of debates in the sixties and seventies between the David Frost and and Richard Nixon, they made a movie made a play about it this classic debate between these two strong-willed guys I wanNA see at the end of their careers. Fr. foster Paul. I think it'd be. Because Scott Foster coming to Chris Paul and saying by the way. You know I officiate your game. You lost in two thousand eight as well. Was, in my view him saying to Chris Paul Yeah, I've I've I've read a lot of games that you've lost and you've been losing games for a long. I think that was his way of saying it was his way of Cohen writing the Chris. Paul's face before leading Chris Paul go into his and then Chris Paul tells the story about how in the. They play the replaced very quickly. And it's an advantage if you want to decide whether it's a challenge or not if you can delay a little bit to see the replay. So Chris Paul. There's a there's a play in the second quarter where they may challenge Chris, Paul gets down to tie his shoe. And he's doing it. He admits. He's doing it to allow. Billy Donovan to see the replay on one of the boards and Chris and Scott Foster comes up to them and says, Hey, Chris, you don't got to do that. I already got the ball boys wiping off the floor. which is Scott Fosters way of saying, I know what you're doing Chris. And I've already wants one up to you and then Chris is like, well, I'm GonNa one up you again and I'm going to keep tying my shoe and Scott fosters like. Cool Dude delay again. I like Chris is accusing Scott. Foster of like some sort of wrongdoing I think he's giving Chris Paul. Zone medicine right back and I like it. Because Chris Paul was the guy who played with the lay game south with technical or A. Shirt and made Scott Foster call up the owners that was called was because Scott Foster new. If he didn't call it and he didn't enforce the rules that his old nemesis CPI three was going to make a huge deal of he bullied him into it. Right. So this is why I love the fact that the NBA assigned Scott Foster to this game. Because it's basically saying Chris..
"nash" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"Greetings and welcome to another edition of on Mike with Jordan rich. We meet the artists and the people with zeal and enthusiasm for the work. They do the creative people people and today we've got two wonderful guests. Some thrilled to welcome our subject is music is jazz. Wind all the things that go so well together. Let me tell you about WHO's here. Kristen Lee sergeant is a vocalist and composer for according to down beat magazine with her two albums crafts moments of engaging drama whether conductive Lee sliding into a note with near whisper delivering a breathy revelation or belting out lyric with full throated muscular. Already boy can get much better than that. We're GONNA be talking about her current release smolder a story as she says. A fire love ignited ablaze and extinguished. She's she's a native of Massachusetts devoting yourself to theater and working through school graduating from Brandeis University with a degree in music and as a classical background as well as musical theater. We'll talk about both of those things but in jazz. She found success when she moved to New York City. She's also discovered a friend and collaborator by the name of Ted Nash and he's also with a CO founder under the New York based jazz composers collective. He's a musician's musician. A long standing member of the jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis. And he's one of the most significant jazz composers of our century receiving two grammy awards for Presidential Suite. One of his most significant works. These two kristen and Ted are normally working together musically but they're also in the wine business. I didn't tell you this but kristen's Somalia. Hey so a lot of reasons to enjoy today's got together. Let's give you a little taste of the music basic. That Kristen and Ted are putting together in this new album smolder it's Dynamo.
"nash" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"Get in the mix with Hennessy and the knuckleheads remember always drink responsibly. Never stop never set so I WANNA go back to the beginning right because you're de play pro soccer like did you start playing basketball. I do naturally just like with our. Obviously I know you're sick. You still are sick at Soccer Davos. Thank you appreciate you spreading the good word for me. My parents are from the UK from London. My Mom's Welsh but grew up London by. I grew up in London soccer player so when we moved to Canada was it wasn't even a year old eleven months I think and so my dad didn't even know nothing about basketball so I grew up playing soccer hockey because we are in Canada. A baseball look box Lacrosse to play chess in elementary school. Like for whatever reason I don't even know why did that but I played all everything I play everything you could play and then when I got to the eighth grade I went to. I can see where I grew up in Canada. Junior high was grades. Eight nine. Ten High Schools was eleven. Twelve is so. I went to eighth grade at a new school. And all the jocks so to speak they were playing on the playground everyday played basketball and it was like right around the time the first air Jordans came out mike was doing commercials with Spike Lee and it was like this super cool time to get involved like the love the game and so I was thirteen eighteen. The kids wanted a ball at my school basketball so I played basketball in. Eighth grade still played soccer hockey. Like on like the city select team whatever which is a pretty big commitment but after that year I fell in love with basketball so much that I just stopped playing soccer and hockey unlike the club team so to speak and I was in just played hoops every day after that to be with my friends but also because I did I totally fell in love with him. Yeah the day of one hundred percent. That's what you SAM. Most of the time is and it's it's weird to think back but especially Ashley grown up in Canada. You didn't get as much the. SPN was young man. I late eighties woman. I'd had have been. I would have been thirteen so I would have been eighty seven. ESPN was probably young. I can't remember what it found it but we didn't have in Canada so we get like college basketball and ABC ABC CBS. Whatever it was right? Yeah we get one or two. NBA Games a week. But you never know league pass. I used to record record on a vhs all the games take stuff from everybody. Just go out in the school yard by my house and just try to recreate it so so. When did you start getting recruited in highschool by colleges? A really doesn't even count in a sense. But I started I think in the ninth tenth grade getting recognized recognized by Canadian like colleges near me but I didn't I got one scholarship offer to play Division One basketball by Santa Clara. I'm and when can I got that offer. Like they came like it was nobody really. It was weird actually to be honest I played on the junior national team the the summer going into my senior year and we played Long Beach State. They came up to Canada. We played a series with them and I played really well and they had Lucious Harris Okay Ryan Russell. They had like three or four guys to play in the league. And I did really well came. The batch had a good game after the game. Coaches came over or like we you know we gotta have you down for a visit. I think there were also like you know. There's a l a school. There's this little skinny white kid from Canada like they were hyped in the moment moment but then they never followed up right house like. Wow that was my chance. I actually played well and it never amounted to anything and then so I somehow oh Santa Clara I'd heard about me in. The coach came up to watch me play my in our like provincial tournament like the State Championship so to speak. He took me out to lunch after like our first round game or whatever and he offered me a scholarship basically on the spot but that was it and so I I said okay. Can I come and see the school on a visit and then signed but that was it. I had one so into your into my senior year. They come up. I probably would've but you wrote letters to other causes. My High School coach sent tapes subst schools like Bigger Schools University of Washington which is right by where I grew up to duke. Everybody in between and you know I think it's just like the quality of the tape the quality of the competition. I like no never seen him. Why reading go up there? Like Oh dear this university of Washington's and Duke and everybody in between like little Steve. Nash was writing. y'All letters the future future two time. VP first ballot. H. O. F.. He was China is actually not that uncommon. Like if you think about it we all develop a different stages stuff true like Steph. Father played in the League point in Virginia Tech. They didn't want to like I don't know how many scholarships Abadi ended up at Davidson co I Leonard. He's a wanted to go to do you right so right like Eh scholarship offers but he ended up being a kid San Diego state you know like he's at the top of the state. Where did you WANNA go? I WANNA I. Oh where did you really want to go to be honest. In some ways I wanted to go to University of Washington because it was close and like we. We had local Seattle TV where we were so Seehofer also like. Don't get me wrong like I would've gone to any of the big TV on a Saturday. Right yeah you know do Carolina Align Syracuse. Ucla like whatever it is Louisville like all these schools are on TV at the time. I would've been happy to go to any of them and it's you know everyone has story but when you got to you got to work for the spot. The spot Wang given to you and you had to work to play like who's used it was it was worse than that when I got the Senate and like I said we all develop at different stages and I was still like underdeveloped physically. We've got to Santa Clara. We had a great point guard. John Woolery came from Fairfax High School. Here in La. John struggled shooting the ball otherwise he was an MBA guard like he was like quick. Long arms great defender Penetrate Pass. He was such a great mentor. Mentor to me in a sense one by like when I came there my freshman year playing in the summer playing before season he was ripping me three the court all the time. Aw when I was a guy that like like lived off my hand or like I was proud of my handle. And there's this guy that's like taking the ball for me. I was like this is crazy what I want oh to play in the NBA. Like even though I had one scholarship I really wanted to play in the NBA. And I thought I could do it and I I like had this kind of plan that I can do this and I'll get there one day but it's an awakening meaning when you go to a school you'd almost never heard of really hadn't heard of it until they recruited me. I'd never heard of John Right. And he's killing me. I'm like how am I ever GonNa make it if the first stop I ever make. You can't even get off the bench. And but he he he helped me grow. I learned from him because of his without lettuces against that every every day taking the ball from learning. And so what happened was we started the season as backup. I played like ten minutes a game and then at Christmas he had a scope and his knee and so he missed like three or four games and I stepped in and played really really well and so they were like okay. Okay you'RE GONNA back John Up and you're going to play the backup to as well so I ended up playing by the end of thirty minutes a game and actually like Super Pat on the back but what was the conference tournament. MVP We made the big game and the game to go but like in like December that was impossible. Awesome all right like I grew. I grew a lot because it's not just the way he he. He pushed me the and challenged me but he also accepted me right like when I got better. He wasn't like he was like. You're are getting better and we need you like go. Go go like go to work and you have to have people like that some steps of your career right like Michael Finley for me and dirt. He was gee..
"nash" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"And Nash America and the rest of the acoustic artists who defined an era when they play two shows coming up September twelfth that is this Thursday at the historic Minnesota masonic heritage center I've heard a lot about this place the other shows are at one PM and seven thirty PM just to show that you definitely want to go and check him out he is phenomenal how you doing billing Cheryl and you know I love to talk to you would ever ever I get that she and I just love it I love it you are so gifted so talented well your offerings is something I try to tell people please go see please go see it will look I love that segment you just did what you need because I coughed spat on almanac yeah in what's going on with this group that you just mentioned. you know you've been so good to have simple gifts we do a holiday show for you know over a decade. all around we're we're really re imagining all of this music that guy groups you know Neil Young or Crosby stills Nash or America or you goals it was Joni Mitchell in there too well we got Johnny because you can't leave her out you know she's so definitive to what the funding is to this is for me to to be in a group where we celebrate like what you were talking about like the girl and you've got a show coming up it's like girl power right all right it's it's how these invoices can make this music and I'll tell you what it connects with what you were talking about as well the music that were hitting on is coming from a time when our country was in crisis right and yet the songs are memorable and they're important and it's important to keep them alive in a new way and we just celebrate that the voices in and the the woman power in simple gaps you know here's the thing with you during the sixties you know a very difficult time in this country we made it through that but not without these amazing artists who presented such great music today you're doing their songs but are you also going to write some songs yourself about the movie that is today the revolution that are happening across not just as nation but across the world yeah you you don't work it's a stepping stone for us right now Cheryl and I was up until super late you.
"nash" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash
"The right experience and invites them to apply to your job job as applications come in ziprecruiter analyzes each one sought the top candidates so you never miss a great match ziprecruiter is so affective that fortified reporters who post on ziprecruiter get a quality candidate through the site within the first day and right now our listeners can try ziprecruiter for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash nash that's ziprecruiter dot com slash nash ziprecruiter dot com slash match ziprecruiter the smartest way the higher so i wanna talk about this because this is this i am i videos to be four minutes long so you don't get to see a lot of the stuff that goes in and this is like crazy what happened the other day we went to go we one of the surprise are one of my friends are heats girlfriend mariah with twenty thousand dollars because she's a i mean basically all she's a great person and and and i thought it'd be fun if you went to vegas and tried doubling the money and giving her forty thousand dollars so 'em so right when i said that i looked to my left and i saw cash and she had a red lollipop in her mouth sorrows like that's the color were going north ride and everyone in the room was kind of on the same page where they were doing right and were doing the judge jim crowley feel free to chime in whenever to and it got so insane how many signs there were of like the call of the color red it got genuinely so and so so starting with mariah walking in the door where i walked in the door she was wearing a red jacket which is insane is completely random and then i got texture my dad he goes can i borrow your car the red one that's what he said friday goes the red one and then i go to the bank and i'm sitting at the bank and i'm getting money out after take twenty thousand dollars out but i'm thinking maybe i should take out forty thousand dollars just in case i lose and i still wanna surprise there were twenty thousand dollars so so the banks goes you went twenty forty thousand dollars and i go a un as i'm thinking i turn around and into the.
"nash" Discussed on It's Wood - A show about all things woodworking
"Hey, everybody. Welcome to its podcast on all things being the tool, we use companies who make them and artisans who use them, please. Remember, the views opinions and actions. Vinnie guest not reflect my own nor anyone who works with me. Hey, remember, if it would we're good. On a journey to eastern Oregon. I had the pleasure of meeting will Nash of Nash would in beautiful bend, Oregon will creates custom woodworking, including carving acoustic, instruments cabinetry, plus so much more his array of skills as immense his story. Fascinating me. And I hope you enjoy stories. Well will welcome to. It's would it's why don't you tell everybody. What it is. You do. I do a lot of different things for a lot of different people from architectural details to sculpture to musical instruments to cabinetry. I have built homes from the ground up and basically have a wide swath of. Approaching expertise in lots of areas of building and specifically with wood. Yeah. Yeah. So let's. So is there a discipline that you like don't do? I see a lot of tools your lot of variety in this shop. Yeah. Yeah. We do a lot. And you know, it's just me really under. Nash would I rent benches other craftsmen? And I've I've got one two three four five separate benches that I rent out people. Nice. It's nice facility for that. And it gives you, you know, pe- people to bounce ideas off of and like minded builder. Oh, absolutely. That's great to have people around. I've been in workshops where it's just me day after day, and it can get monotonous and trying and you just have to pick yourself up and keep going in and be your own critic. But here, it's great. We can bounce ideas of each other and develop something that's usually better than than what we could do just on our own. Yeah. Well, it's combined experience the, you know, people have different experiences or different approaches and being able to be open to that kind of thing is is it's helpful. So when we walked in here, you were chiseling away at a sculpture tell me about that. It will have some pictures on the website. So you guys go check it out, and you can see what he's been working on. But tell me a bit about that. This is a commission from client who has another sculptured peace of mind, but it's more functional. That piece is a music stand. And that's on my website too. But this was. A commission. That my client had this really strong appreciation for sculpture. She saw years ago. She had pictures of it. And she just thought it was the most beautiful thing in the ideas surrounding it were love intimacy and affection adoration. And basically she saw sculpture I'd done in in the shop here. And she she asked me about it. And I said, yeah, I'd love to do it. Obviously. I didn't know how big it would be when we got to her house, and we're looking at it. Where she wanted to put it the scale just it got bigger. And I like challenge. So basically, I I took it on. And I found the piece of wood after a little while from a a mill close to bend here and moved it to the shop put it up on some blocks in the yard outside. And before the weather turned, I cut out the old chainsaw and when after it. The ideas to figures holding each other in an embrace and evoking those three ideas of love, intimacy and Adron and so here, I am. I'm in the tail end of the project. I think it's going well, but like I said, I was running out a broom for the man I kept having to push the woman over because of this rot that was forming in one of the crotch areas of the tree trunk which he'd no longer can recognize now 'cause I've carved all that away. Nonetheless, that becomes a feature in the sculpture that I think helps alleviate. The idea of, you know, enduring love, even in the midst of. Of rotted physical body. Yeah. I mean, it was easy to tell what you were what you were working on the minute inside. Good take me through a little bit about the design process. You know, because you know, the wood is pretty finite. Yeah. As you were saying, you're just removing material to find the form that you've got in your brain. How do you go about starting a project like this?.
"nash" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash
"Yourself. Hi, I'm Jason Nash. He's forty five. I'm twenty two. I'm David, and we have kind of like, a father and son dynamic here on the views podcast. What you think it is? Well, yeah. Without the love more appreciation or comfort or anything. In. You won't let me in. And I've tried to send like sexually. I try to give you love all the time, and you are so closed off. And you know, what I see cuddling with Zane all the time. But you never cut with me cut that part of that podcast covering. Not. No. But okay. So it's the eighth day of Halloween today. Yeah. What's been going on with you, your friend? I don't know if this is relatable at all to anybody else in the world, I asked now yesterday my sister. And I'm like is is this are there seven days of Halloween in the midwest is the second normal thing guys. We started going out our first party was I think Thursday night of last week. That was our first night going out for Halloween so like dressing up. That's what started it and every night. And I mean every night. I don't mean I don't mean like it was one night. Whatever it was was different every night. We were out in costumes, or whatever we were doing from that day up until last night. And every night we were up until like four five six AM. It's like a trap house in here. When I come over and say, it's disgusting, and we're all getting sick Natalie. My assistant can't function anymore, and that sucks 'cause she's already fucking horrible at her job. So you already know how much worse being Basel to get. And we have just been going out like a madman. You can attest to this. Keep I tried to go out with you guys one of the seven nights. And that was all I went and took a long nap, and I slept in like tonight. I'm going to go out with the young kids. And so I got him. I cost him. I got here at nine o'clock, and I was like already and then like at like ten we're like at target looking for costumes, then at eleven where Popeye's and then at twelve to the pre party that we're going to work. Born party. Yeah. And I never made it it's twelve and we didn't leave to get to the party till twelve thirty. But then we got to the party and the party was shut down. So tickets at one thirty we found an adjutant other party at two o'clock. We've got to the new party, and we say there till three thirty five in the morning. And then we didn't go to bed till six how fucking crazies that. I felt insane. Jason. And the craziest part is I have evolved that I posted three times a week. So I was I was in the car one of these parties, I was in the car editing, and then I had to I had a party montage. And I had to get another clip. Yeah. So I literally walked to the party shot a clip of the party for the party montage, and then a hat back into my car, and I put that clip right in my video and the video was up before that same party was even over. That's how that's how lunatic guy. I mean, it got insane. You celebrities at these parties. Yeah. Oh my God. Let me just tell you about this. Because. People have up my ass about this one Harry styles. I ran into Harry styles at the first party shape. Yeah. My friend. My friend's brother like manages him or something. So I was very very quick interaction. It was literally. Hi, hello. By the Justin Bieber pool situation. Excellent Harry was very very very sweet. I mean from literally the four words he said to me, I it's nice to see the only thing that I got from. It was like he introduced himself as you said. Hey, what's up handsome? He you know, what I mean? That to you right now. I did lie about that. Oh, no. But he was like I was like, hey, what's up? I'm david. He's like, hey, I'm Harry, which is really cool for a big celebrity. What is this supposed to say do I met tons of celebrities and never say they're on fucking name. Really? And it speaks loads to me when a celebrity says their name, I don't know what it impressed by..
"nash" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash
"Nash, ZipRecruiter, the smartest way to hire. I want to get into something. Go ahead. This is this is this also has kind of like a little bit a little bit of my breakdown. I just I've just been so fed up recently with like, the empty promises and ally like it is it is meeting after meeting after meeting where there are opportunities presented that fall through like I mean, EV like I mean, you've been around my entire life has been that David it's been you've had thirty years of music on three. And I don't think there's a place worse than LA for false promises. I mean, isn't in very hill. They don't say like come down to subway tomorrow. You got the job and get there, and it doesn't happen. It's like it's there have this year guys. If I was to talk about all the things all the things that I've almost achieved or almost have done to do. Or almost have been a part of ample I would be I don't even wanna do examples, but I would be I would be able to write a book about my year because I would be the most amazing amazing twenty two year old person on the planet and the book I mean, but it's just not true. There have been so. Many opportunities that fall through and it's crazy 'cause I have meetings now, and I go listen like the last five meetings now they can attest this. I'm like this. I know what you're telling me like this isn't going to work. I know you're gonna you're not going to be able to pull through and all of them all the people go trust me. We're different we get shit done. And I don't hear from them for fucking four weeks. And that's after me being like face to face. I'm like, you're not going to be able to do this. Because I know how this works you're sitting here, and you're trying to fucking take on my pickle. When I know for a fact that that this won't come true. And all of them are like, we're different different. Trust me, we work quickly, and I don't hear from ever. And then maybe I hear from him five weeks later, and they're like, we just lost momentum. And we can't get it up. Right now, we really left to work anyway future. There's every call, and it's just like I'm so over it like say that to Tricia over there's an over promising and under delivering problem in LA like that's all it is everyone over promises in everyone under delivers. I don't think that's how this should work. If I'm working with someone. I always I always. Under promise and over deliver. That's how you do it yet. But your experiences just completely different than everyone else's will work with the staff you're at work with legal team right now. I don't work with celebrities occasionally, you do and when you do work with the celebrity is literally you texting the celebrity. It's just to be like, hey, I'm here. Yeah. It's a mess regardless. I'm I have a book coming out. It's called almost. It's about how how my life could have improved the last year. But almost which has been on my case lately for things that she gets on my case for things that she she wasn't around for. Oh, yeah. I saw this on the other car the other day in the car those fucking talking about what am I moves whenever we whenever my movie comes up. She goes. Let me set it up. We were talking about one of your movies that was from the year two thousand fourteen fifteen. Yeah. Yes, it was a movie while ago like three years before you metro show. Yeah. And what what did she say?.
"nash" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash
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"nash" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash
"Let's talk about it views the podcast for jason does a couple impressions before we start the show god and had my name is cleveland n i am you can see me on the show fair cool maxwell next one go okay this is an impression of a guy fucking your mom okay hi my name's jason nash assafir she does listed the hooper mumia yes so as my dad and he'll be he'll be here you'll be hearing from an producer talks about coming down my mom's throw last week so yeah but i mean degree even if here mom likes rohtak about that so it's a little too our role it's your visit us did hi guys what's up guys what elective views i he did that no i'm doing it with guys welcome back to our show stopped clicking shit around jute and training we're on four percent on the fucking i don't care i don't care don't cooking what does that mean don't cooking why is it bothers me click think because you can't multitask so when you're cooking stuff on the computer you're getting side multitask i'm listening to you well now you are because he's top clicking look start click again you're just hitting one space park and look at the mining up oil mike is already by the computer i i was i i went to go back to the podcast i just before we actually sat down and do this podcast i was in the kitchen and i was eating jason's come and times in any hates when i do this yeah you know what i did what to do i actually did it for the sake of content you had four you had four clementines left and i ate it all.