21 Burst results for "O. Onnell"

The Magic Of Connection With Peter Gibb

Mindfulness Mode

03:24 min | 3 weeks ago

The Magic Of Connection With Peter Gibb

"Mindful tribe. Were always here to have mindful conversations. We're here to talk about all kinds of different aspects of mindfulness including habits and routines including oh all sorts of insights into what. Mindfulness really means to you. Well i have the author of the book here with me today. The author of the book called mindful conversation. And i'm very excited to have a chance. After reading his book to now talk with the author and the author is peter. Gabe peter are you in mindfulness. Today was yes or no on his truth. you know. i'm i'm a work in progress. Which and i'm always You know it's not an onnell thing for in my mind. But i'm always working on it. I'm always a it's it's essential channel my wife to be in mind his mode and i think i'm pretty aware of what i mean by that. And and what What things helped me to be at mindfulness mode You know ju- just before. Bruce you and i got got connected. I had a little I always start. I start every every day with music. That's that's one of my ways of getting into most and after my music i was. I often a routine that i have. That helps me stay in. Mindfulness node is what i think as the mindful clause just just taking a moment could be ten seconds thirty seconds. It doesn't have to be a long long period but just taking a moment to stop. Whatever it is. I'm doing and and just try to just tune in and so what happened. This morning i thought was way too Instructive in that. I stopped. I could've gone from one. You know one task to the to the next one. But i stopped for just you know just a moment and i just stood there and looked out my window while i've looked out this window for eighteen years. I've been living here. I've seen a few times before But because i just stopped and said. I'm just i'm not here to do anything but just to be in this moment and i was a happened to be looking at this shrub and on the shrub. I just sort of tuned into a leaf. Well you know ideo. It always leaves gobs of times but this lead suddenly struck me. I began looking at how it was pointed at the end. And what a lovely graceful chip this was and all of a sudden. I just felt filled with life and wonder about myself about this. Leave about this plan and so on and so it became from being a sort of a bitch a-all moment of just going from a b. It became very mindful moment and set me up. I think to be were mindful at that time and hopefully throughout this day and and so on but so so that answer your question in my mind. I hope so. I think so. Yeah i feel good. I feel at peace So in mindfulness. Bode

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"o. onnell" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

04:15 min | 5 months ago

"o. onnell" Discussed on The Jump

"When you are trying to win a championship is always the hardest. What do you expect a game five? Everything from various crappy team expect the way they played in game three I'm out even more crappier Jimmy more aggressive. So we're going to get their best shot. We have in office series your ability to look at film to break breakdown schemes is legendary I have been on the sidelines and watched you point out to an opposing player O. Onnell Nero, you're supposed to be over there. What do you see in guys faces when you do stuff like that or you call out the names of their plays and they realized that you've got their number more than they do. You know obviously understanding you know when you feel the central fear someone no different from when you obviously know this auto play. So I like to exercise at the coaches minus wheel understanding. What they are trying to call their tried to disguise a plate no one just from the the set of very ended, be able to discuss it out to my guys and give them the answers to the test basically. So people do call you a coach out there on the floor. But when you were hurt frank, Vogel actually made you a coach. It wasn't ceremonial. You were in the assistant coaches meetings you were game planning with them. What do you get out of that experience? Amazing experience you know being able to be in the side of potential NBA championship coach that means daily and learning. So I was just trying to be as much as possible. Recorded some of our our film I took a lot of notes down just. So in the future, but I do want to become a coach. Have you know I've ever had the blueprint on how to be a successful coach in how to conduct meetings and giving coats assistant you know giving them a voice in the mean do you think you're GonNA end up coaching? The NBA? I love the coach I love to teach the game. I love the people position to succeed so that that is a recipe for coach. Also, you don't want to botch myself. I would love to be a GM as well. So those are the pass I would like to go down in the future careers. I WanNa talk about a play where your vision really came into things during a game in the Denver. Series Anthony Davis hits that three. The turns the series you ask to be the one to throw the ball in why did you do that? What did you see once you were out there I just feel like I'm the quarterback and people don't realize I, turn that game. So it was kind of risky for me to put my badge. You know ask the chick myself back into the game with no timeouts love being able to make the right play within past against with a seven footer jumping in front of me. So I'm I'm a big believer in offer like I'm one of the best passes and either play. Disrespecting quarterback in NFL but. been pretty good passes well, so you know at least. Translation in basketball and me being able to deliver to pass time on target. I don't want to shortchange your journey to get to this point and it wasn't all smooth road. Remember Dallas. You gotTA break with that team in the middle of a playoff series retired. Bill does not want to play for Rick, Carlisle recall does not want Rondo being his point guard here it is over here Rondo quit on his team. Did. You worry that or think that you've never play in the NBA game. I don't know I. Feel like League. Say as a whole but. Trying to get me out of the game for awhile obviously after that year, I didn't have too many teams calling it was like two teams collins and I went up to Sacramento. So that was a big relief coming from where I came from the year before. So I guess everything happens for a reason I'm a big believer in always rise to the top and I stayed put. I kept kept my head down and continue to work hard and hopefully tomorrow out of you another great feeling and then here you are one win away from another championship. But you know you have been one win away from title before in two thousand, ten with the Celtics. But Obviously, this is different now, well, the MAZDAS different. The talent on our team is different into climate where we are you know Miami's a hell of a teams obviously both teams here for a reason and like I said with the coaching staff and all the talent we have in the focus. We're here in the boat with it that we have I think we should get the job. Thanks so much. For taking the time and as you can see playoff Rondo. Proven fact for his career, his numbers in the playoffs have risen across the board. So let's talk a little bit more about game five Richard..

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"o. onnell" Discussed on Dope Labs

Dope Labs

04:14 min | 6 months ago

"o. onnell" Discussed on Dope Labs

"Have you been gone all this stuff going on with the USPS? Yes honey. I am disgusted year. The USPS is so critical to everything. I don't understand like how we can even be considering. Moving this money around and not giving it to them like how are we going to even function I can't imagine life without the USPS. Guests and you know I love to send a letter everybody in my family worked the post office growing up. So I am WED to the post office. Stamps as a kid. Okay. So Yes. Dancing, x-men cars, those are the things I collect I, collect data, pogs all remember though yes. We're supposed to do with them. I didn't know I just had a little tupperware container full of them. I just looked at them and that was it. I think the Paul came before the beanie baby right I think. So and I didn't have a single beanie baby. The also have beanie babies their destiny. If you still have my know that unless you are they machine washable, don't they beans on the? onnell's beans come. beanbag chair repurpose those things. Reduce, reuse..

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"o. onnell" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

07:26 min | 11 months ago

"o. onnell" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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Flooding and Climate Change

The Sustainable Futures Report

02:47 min | 1 year ago

Flooding and Climate Change

"Large parts of the the United Kingdom recently headquartered a lot of rain when I look out my window to the river who's is that the riverside path is under about a meter of water and the river is about four times as normal width by the color of the water. It looks as though even more topsoil is being flushed out into the no see more heavy rain is forecast all cost for this weekend as Hurricane Lorenzo weakens and makes its way across the Atlantic generally whether in the UK is an inconvenience lenience elsewhere can be far more serious. We have to be very careful not to say that these weather extremes prove the climate change is happening. We we can certainly say that. If climate change predictions are correct these adjusted sort of weather events which we would expect experts have warned that a a section of the poem. Paseo glossier on my block is at risk of collapsing according to the Safe Mountain Foundation two hundred in fifty thousand cubic meters of ice must be about two hundred fifty thousand tonnes could break from the rest of the glassy. If this volume of ice fell down it would reach the valley floor in eighty seconds Stefan Barrichello a public work council of the AILSA Valley Aljazeera these phenomena once again show that the mountain goes through phase of strong changes due to climate factors Stefanina MS rookie the man of the nearby city of Coal Maya said in a statement that'll it is particularly vulnerable in India. One hundred people have died in Freddie in the states of Bihar an Qadesh with vast areas be inundated by delayed monsoon rains in talk for dish ninety. Three people have died due to the incessant. Rains is which caused hubs to collapse and led to an increase in snake bites dozens of people have also died in behind where boy boats have been deployed to rescue skew strategy residents experts blame a lack of planning and poor drainage systems which have been unable to cope with sudden an incessant rains range of the recent days Onnell Sean of the India Meteorological Department said Bihar and experienced a deficit of monsoon rains until into last week. When heavy rains returned levels to normal a major cause of the flooding was the lack of natural drainage affected areas? He explained not actual drainage has been destroyed. Not Repulsive being destroyed people have built the houses on the flood plains these other problems because once you destroy the natural drainage water doesn't to find a place to go out it leads the flooding he had warnings continue

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"o. onnell" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

12:45 min | 1 year ago

"o. onnell" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"So to be clear. Mr Trump has no financial relationships with any Russian oligarchs with what he said. That's what I said. That's obviously with our position is. I'm not aware we're almost any of those. Activities are have been called a surrogate at a time material in that campaign and I didn't have I have communication with the Russians and what do I have to get involved with Putin for have nothing to do with Putin. I've never spoken to him. I don't know anything about her mother than he will. Respect me Russia. If you're listening. I hope you're you're able to find the thirty thousand emails that are missing so it is political your communist know Mr Green Green Communism is just a red herring like all members of the oldest profession Emma capitalist hello and welcome to Muller. She wrote I'm your host. Ag and with me today Jordan Coburn hello and Amanda Reader Hello and this is the final episode of our special coverage of the redacted Muller report. Wow yeah yeah wow nineteen weeks crazy. That's fucking a lot of time. It is a lot a lot of time and a lot of roads but well worth the coverage. I think this will definitely live on into eternity past. You know being able to keep my head alive so tastic. Ask Jab thank you. I'll save all the niceties for the end when it's officially over O. Onnell. Thank you to later but not now. We'll see how you do no. I'm kidding well. We'll be covering sections three and four in volume two as well as the back matter over that a little bit. That's pages one fifty nine to one eighty two plus. It's the appendices and this is perfect timing as we are wrapping up the mole report here at the end of September two thousand nineteen we are now moving into formal impeachment hearings announced by Nancy. NC policy the speaker of the House this week the more investigate yesterday. We had cocktail party. It was good we made a impeachment Rum Punch. It was delicious but the more investigation covered Russian election interference in two thousand sixteen and Trump's campaign campaigns role in that along with the obstruction of justice or the trump Russia and obstruction investigations. He actually obstructed the obstruction investigation but now these impeachment proceedings are focused on trump's interference in the two thousand twenty election had he only successfully got in court it Corey Lewandowski to get sessions to recuse himself to limit the scope of the Muller Investigation to future elections. We might be looking at this but it's it's all coming out at a very quick clip and so now we're looking at twenty twenty election interference with a whistleblower complaint found credible by the intelligence community inspector factor general that trump pressured Ukraine to investigate his leading political opponent in two thousand twenty Joe Biden who's still leading but not in every State no Elizabeth Warren is leading in a few states now yep and I think she's crushed at an Iowa which is an important one to crush it in but indeed we we were wrapping up twenty sixteen investigation and now we're looking forward to the twenty twenty timing right. It really is a beautifully seamless transition right. Now that's happening yeah. Our timing has been really really crazy. We had to live Largo show the day day. The Mullahs report came out. We're going to be in Boston in November. That's right two days address seven after stones trial begins and it's also the same day that we get to hear the Flynn hearing on we know with Sydney. Pal has new crazy lawyer. It's just Ri. Everything is time time so we couldn't have written it better. honestly. I mean we couldn't butter by like not electing trump but yet here we are so in the best silver linings so section three in volume two are the legal defenses to the application of obstruction of justice laws to the president of the United States is basically muller objecting to trump's lawyers assertions that a core obstruction action of justice statute which is eighteen. US Code Section Fifteen Twelve C two does not apply to trump's actions that is trump can't obstruct justice by closing an obstruction investigation or firing the FBI director because of his powers under the constitution so muller concluded this assertion is bullshit and he bases that conclusion on the framework of Supreme Court precedent addressing the separation of powers under that Framework Muller explains here in section three that article to the Constitution does not immunize the president resident from liability for his conduct and going a step further muller asserts that the obstruction of justice laws prohibit the president's corrupt efforts to use his official powers to curtail and or interfere with an investigation and Muller splits his defense of that conclusion into two sections the statutory defense and the constitutional defense so yeah he's variable defense very organized yeah hell yeah so section eight covers the statutory defences to Muller's application of obstruction of justice provisions to trump's conduct and that begins on page one sixty so first muller tells us what eighteen USC Section Fifteen C two states. It says whoever corruptly otherwise obstructs influences impedes any official proceeding or attempts to do so shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than twenty years or both about twenty years. I'll take twenty asking. That sounds good to me. and you could find but he doesn't have any money. You'd have to take it out of Prestwick airport. Turnberry so ah you know for future reference if you're listening in twenty-fifty trump has a deal with prestwick airport near turnberry where he's been allowing the air force to stay basically asleep benefiting him personally so this here the counters this whole thing about you know impeding official proceedings or attempts to do so shall be fined under this title title this counter is one of the Republicans main arguments and that's that you must have an underlying crime and that you have to successfully obstruct justice to be guilty of criminal obstruction of justice more. Moeller explains here in these pages that the Department of Justice has taken the position that section to here is broad. It's independent unqualified and courts meaning. It's not you know. WHOA it doesn't rely on other parts of itself and courts have so interpreted it that way particularly the word or in the sentence whoever ever correctly otherwise obstructs influences or impedes any official proceeding or three attempts to do so yeah. That's what he's saying. The verbiage the ruthless gives statute of broad umbrella covering all these obstructive acts right because it's or not and you don't have to do all these things more than addresses the word otherwise in whoever corruptly otherwise obstructs points out that this word otherwise untethered these behaviors from the behaviors in section one and the behaviors and section one fifteen twelve c one say whoever corruptly alters destroys mutilates conceals a record document or other object or attempts to do so with the intent to impair the objects integrity equity or availability for use in official proceeding. I'm looking forward to them using that against William Barr with this whole Ukraine thing hopefully hats me as well and it's untethered to the other kinds of obstruction obstruction basically muller saying you don't have to destroy evidence and attempt to influence or impeded preceding it's just either or and all the language in these sections are standalone crimes under the statute and none relies on the other to be true for the president to be guilty of obstruction of justice. That's basically what Muller's laying out here and in subsection two on page one and sixty two molar talks about the judicial decision that supports his reading of the Law Muller sites about a dozen cases here that support his analysis of the obstruction of justice statutes so he's basically saying the obstruction of justice law is good and there's nothing wrong with it. There's not any holes in it. It's well established. Here's a Shitload of case law and It's very broad. It's been determined to be broad and on page one sixty four molar than sites the Legislative Asleep History of fifteen twelve c. two and how it does not narrow the scope of law either and on page sixty five says the general principles of Statutory Construction Instruction do not indicate the application of the law is incorrect and trump's case so he's he says the law is good and it applies here in this section muller sites case flaw asserting the requirement of fair warning due process and the rule of Leonardy and those do not justify narrowing the reach of the obstruction of Justice Flos so I the fair warning requirement involves the nexus part of the obstruction law you know those three criteria and as we know in order to be a criminal construction you have to have the obstructive act next to an official proceeding and intent and regarding the next piece the court has imposed a nexus test it requires the obstructive act to be connected sufficiently to an official proceeding to ensure culpability so the government must show as an objective matter that the obstructive act was likely likely to obstruct justice and not define it doesn't cover defendants who would use you know means that would unnaturally rim probably be successful so like if trump threw a shoe at muller's car. That's not that's. He's not expecting that to be able to impede an investigation especially if the windows those were up you know so objectively it has to make sense objectively has to make sense and then additionally the second part. Here's the government must show subjectively that the actor contemplated completed a particular foreseeable proceeding the fact that the government has to show those two things alleviates the fair warning concerns because showing both of those things ensures the conduct has a close enough connection to existing or future proceedings to implicate the dangerous targeted by obstruction laws so fair warning basically means a law must must define an offense with enough accuracy so a reasonable person would understand what conduct is prohibited that they're crying so muller is saying that because the government must prove approve nexus objectively and subjectively the statute is well defined yes essentially you wouldn't be being so defensive. If you knew what you were doing was an okay yeah. He's he's basically Lisa. There's enough words in this law for your dumb ass to understand that it's illegal what you're doing right so the fair warning is innate basically yeah it's it's alleviated by the simple existence of the verbiage of the law and then the due process concerns which also requires a lot to be definite enough that ordinary people oh can understand what conduct is criminal. That's offering someone due process and Muller asserts the language in the law that requires the defendant the defendant to act corruptly satisfies the concerns over over the vagueness of due process he then cites a bunch of case law that defines what it means to act corruptly so basically Miller saying we have a very well established definition of corrupt or corruptly as supported by this case law and since we have a definite meaning for corruptly we can assuage the concerns of due process vagueness so these these this Leonardy the law and due process and the first thing what was it the Mer Mer I just we just talked about it. Landy Fair warning so fair warning due process and Leonardy those are all things that could make the the law seem vague but he saying that well defined formulas law the way that we have to apply nexus to illegal proceeding make alleviates the fair warning part and the way that we understand that you know you you're due process concerns or allayed by the fact that corruptibility is very well defined in the law as well and so that alleviates that vagueness. I think it's interesting that he's like attaching in the alleviation of these vagueness concerns within the law to specific requirements in the obstruction statutes freight. Why would he put this in in in less his intentions were anything other than for Congress to take this and do something with it. It's that but it's also to say that because trump's lawyers were arguing that he's above this law right yeah also trying to use a little the quote unquote vagueness or the wording of the law to be slippery and Muller's Muller's like you can't. It's like you're going to try to do that but it's too obvious right you know and and that was born out in the fact that he didn't charge junior with campaign finance violations a regarding the June ninth trump tower Megan's Raya thing yeah because he didn't have wasn't willful and knowing enough to be corrupt and so had he charged him with that somebody might have been able to you know appeal this this on the whole due process.

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"o. onnell" Discussed on Scotch Parlor | Capturing Lifestyles

Scotch Parlor | Capturing Lifestyles

10:54 min | 1 year ago

"o. onnell" Discussed on Scotch Parlor | Capturing Lifestyles

"The right the right and left brain right so okay so what so someone comes up to you and they wanted advise him. She has entrepreneurial guys. Get this but they wanted to open up a. Let's say some similar shop like you're geysers <unk> retail. He tells shop vice you give them <hes> dylan. Openness shop similar to mine and austin is you're gonna work. A lot of people think that link. Yes you have your own schedule and you can make all that up as you go along but you're going to work so much <unk> harder than you ever dreamed that you could or would and it's not just i mean. It's everything it's making its marketing. Its management management. It's books. It's i mean all of that stuff. Look here's yet. It's literally like blood sweat and tears. You're gonna put two hundred percent into it. I mean that's kind of mostly it and then if you don't have mommy and daddy's money that money's got to come from somewhere so i mean again you're just going to be working working hard and saving money and pains credit cards offer opening them or so all of that stuff and there's so many original ideas out there you're in it just seems like something catches on and then a million people are doing the same thing but there's so many different things out there that you can do like explore those things auger <hes> i think the other thing is like we know so many other small business owners and entrepreneurs which is what's so amazing about austin. A lot of people are getting pushed out. A lot of people are growing their businesses but we got into austin adjusts the right time where that was still so i mean just really amazing community support from the very beginning <hes> get like very grassroots very organic labor love and so many people drink amazing things like oh. There's at the time i never had vegan ice cream before <hes> begin ice shop then i mean all different types of stuff jeff and i felt like at the time <hes> you could really open almost any type of business here and if the more unique it was the better it was going to do and a lot of people were opening businesses and i think the other thing is just reinvesting in your business like yeah you can open open. Your shop have a bunch of employees and buy more stuff but sometimes you can't afford to do that. Sometimes you gotta work that thing every single well day and every single night and put the money right back into that not go out to dinner and not going out partying and all that stuff. That's you're not gonna stay afloat. You can't do some people camp for us like we realized early on like that's you know like i can't go on these vacations. I can't can't do this stuff. I can't do that stuff. We can't do certain things because it's like okay. I need to be able to pay these people and you'll be able to afford these materials sales and thankfully like at this point. The businesses like generally self-sustaining yeah but i mean we we work to live our lives and we love what we love it <hes> banners to there's one thing there's is a lot of new startups. A lot of people don't realize that their trust fund kids their mommy and daddy's money they're they're going in. Starting a business is on south congress here. You know five hundred k. startup in where are they getting the money they didn't. They're not like us they didn't they didn't start their business off a five thousand dollar credit card sell some stuff work their way up you know put it all back into it. You know it's just like jake we would have our dream store would start out like that but it's something close like in like a year heart. They don't have the heart art can put all the dime they wanted to an as when he's in the higher ten employees start they don't work it and it goes under a year. I'm like wow you you just blew a half million alien dollars of your family's money or whatnot your inheritance whatever it was in you in you still do it yeah. Damn give me five hundred k. and i'll blow this motherfucker up by you know i would have my dream store but we can get a business loan. We can get any known as giving it was the recession laura all are still don't give loans. You know we're not in a recession. You can get like a squirrel on our something hot site if you've build the line of credit and business but if you want one hundred k. to start your business which will get you practically nothing nowadays. It's you know a a hundred k's like white box space. You know in the lease in its. That's your build out holiday for. Shouldn't we put about five grand into our build out august. We did it all ourselves and used antennas in here and we're like how can we make this look bad ass. You know rustic rustic in this really cool on a budget yeah and we did it. We just pulled. I still can't even if i had the money i can't imagine that's thank this journey you you'd always say like people look at the end result and then look at the journey or the story that goes onto onto although the failures in all the ups and downs and and you know the successes and then you get somebody that gets here's money to build it but they don't have that that grind mentality of where you guys are in the you started appreciate where you started to where you are now and it's almost like it's almost become that whole nucleus that lottery thing right you you win a lot of money in the next year. They're broke as you might be better off him. Yeah be great to have the money but you probably continue being you'll. You'll get there just doing your normal thing without that. We'd be really good rich people walking out there and then you can say the injury nice about it. They okay you guys were talking about. I saw the obviously the passion that while you guys have started this while you continue to do with all those ups and downs of being in business but so my acronym is woodward. Why do what i do. So what would you say <unk> individually like wendy. What is your woodwind. Why do you do what you do. Can i said earlier. I mean i get to be surrounded by the aesthetics and to see what started from nothing and to see it all come to live and to see it grow and even though it's really hard and obviously obviously we live and work together and live and work. I mean we're together all the time <hes> but i do get to do this with like my favorite person <hes> <hes> and so you also get to like the hard parts and the good parts you get like we understand them a hundred percent with each other which is really neat. I i am a people person and so sometimes i don't feel talking to people but then i get to meet really incredible people that i come to store or like. We'll have only a single person. We do a suit right. We'll meet his girlfriend who becomes his fiancee because his wife becomes like the mother of his child and we have people like that <hes> so just kind of all those things just it's again a labor of wlove and it's been so organic and it's just an extension of me us and i think that's pardon me though no it's just my life. That's why would you do what are they. I mean for me. I'd say it's the only thing thing i know how to do is be creative. I'm not i do it because it's natural to me. You're not gonna try to be a stockbroker. Her chase other dreams of <hes>. You know how to get rich or whatnot 'cause wouldn't end up being anyways. I don't know anything about doc real estate or you know jobs like that so i do it for yeah. That's what i know how to do is be creative and and i like creating things that express my personality that can show to other people that project object me so that i know we talk about you. Guys is baby and you're working every day and i know it's it's. It's a pretty much to two percent lifestyle. You guys got but you gotta diaw. What is your perfect day off. <hes> <hes> not arguing a perfect day off had say hanging out on the river. We live out on the river so it's always nice to be around. Nobody solitude thing. It's a minute to think. That's a perfect day off to me. Perfect perfect day off gotta get cleaning and good for the soul <hes> hanging out with our pet pig easy and <hes> mm-hmm and i love to read rates cook all those things and then yet just like any body of water so whether it's on the river or like a spring we have all those around us being in any source of body of water so relaxing and just kind of even even like from california so i love the beach so anytime in or near water i just it's one of the few times that i just feel like everything is cleared away yeah it. Would you say that's your war. Inspirational plays your favourite beam by water or do you guys have now. I don't think it's my aspirational. It's my like chill out all the way. I don't need to be inspired. Ogre ogre like being in the water near the water and it just <music> everything just sorta <unk> o. onnell's away a few all right all right who they what is your. I guess you're a place where you go together. Inspired or even actually means specifically. What do you do to get inspired like as far as any motivation. I would say to be able to think honestly like i said is in. That's kind of why on our days off. I like doing that. You know why we live way out in the middle of nowhere in the country with no neighbor like solitude and.

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"o. onnell" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"o. onnell" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Aviation safety on Capitol Hill, some very tough questions for the FAA, and whether it's relationship with Boeing is too cozy in the certification of these new aircraft and changes to these aircraft and some tough questions for the acting administrator who said if he was going to change from the system, they have he would need ten thousand workers and one point eight billion dollars to change the certification process. David Purley ABC news Seattle police are on the hunt for an alleged gunman in the fatal shooting of a forty eight year old man in Washington. Heights us after the shooting happened shortly before two PM near west one hundred and eighty fifth street and Saint Nicholas avenue has the victim was sitting inside of vehicle. The suspect fled the scene and police have brought in canine units to help in their search as they look through rooftops and are going through buildings also several blocks in the area are closed. So cops can do their work. Police say the suspect is considered armed and dangerous and was last seen wearing black shoes and a black coat. I'm Lisa g four seven ten W O onnell statewide plastic. Dan is close says lawmakers continue budget negotiations in Albany, lawmakers are reportedly hung up on a five cent fee for paper bags some want to exempt low income residents from the fee. Make sure the money is split between local governments and the environmental protection fund. The governor says he supports a plastic bag ban and doesn't want to lose it over a paper feet. Disagreement officials say a space heater is to blame for an overnight fire in the Bronx that left at least eight people injured at blaze started around. Two AM at a place on University Avenue in the Morris heights section..

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Flames, Sake and Shrines: A Japanese village's Fire Festival

Correspondents Report

04:29 min | 2 years ago

Flames, Sake and Shrines: A Japanese village's Fire Festival

"Japan is renowned for being an incredibly safety conscious country with locals diligently following the abundance of rules and regulations designed to keep them protected and moving officially at the same time. It's home to some of the most incredible. And I might say dangerous festivals. One in the mountain village of nozzle on Sen. involves generous servings of Japanese Sakai, of course, fire and a fragile flammable. Wooden structure sounds like a very dangerous combination doesn't it his on north Asia? Correspondent Jake stone. Take a stroll through any part of Tokyo's busy Choubey award and within a few hundred meters you'll hit one of the dozens of construction sites. There's a fielding food here. Head of the rugby World Cup and twenty twenty Olympic and Paralympic Games. These sites are surrounded by temporary clean, white walls and guards at every entrance. Whenever a truck arrives will depart at least two guards leap into action blocking the road and footpath stopping traffic. So the truck can safely drive. No matter of seconds back on your wide. This is the culture of safety that exists here. These gods of mandated by strict local police rules and officials haven't been willing to change them despite a live shortage, which is what makes my nixed experience. So difficult to feather them in January. I attended the NewsHour on fire festival will dosage Matt Surrey. Villages carrying flaming torches charge towards a wooden shrine and attempt to heat it and set it on fire. But at the base of the towns twenty five year olds who have to bear the brunt of the TAC. Coping flaming branch after flaming branch to the head. I all consume liters of silver tree suck. Those those in the U onnell hockey, he cata walkie from the festival's preservation group told me it started around two hundred years ago. He says the dosage in God's that exist everywhere in Japan, hoping to prevent disease and disaster from entering villages. Every year the towns twenty five and forty two year olds which you can see I'm lucky years build the shrine that eventually burns down final offering to the gods. So why the violence and why the fire almost? Because it's fun Akihiko Cadillac. He tells me the town, and especially this festival is incredibly popular with a strategy interests. Like Steve Sadler. Who's come from Atalaya? This. This is Christ. Back home. Percent after we did our report I go to Macy's from a retired chief superintendent with the New South Wales. Rural Fire service turns out he was there and incredibly conflicted symbol, tiny Asli exhilerated and uphold. He told me that the intoxicated attack his end defenders siege mentality defend and destroy at all costs commitment made for a real risk to health and safety but the pride in workmanship in skill in building the structure as well. As the locals who'd gathered to celebrate showed how symbolic and of utmost important such an event was he says, it was blown away. And what do you go back for more? You bet it seems the reason such an event can happen despite the apparent and inherent danger of combining fire and sucker is tradition. The fact this has been going on for more than a century means it's likely to continue. As a rite of passage for many more seemingly incredibly they haven't been any serious injuries arising from the festival the faces of the twenty five year olds by the end of the not having borne the brunt of the attacks were covered in ash. Not happy hangovers. The next day will match worse though, that's an unscathed. Jake's term reporting.

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"o. onnell" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"o. onnell" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Good morning. I'm Joe Bartlett a mob. Hit on Stanton island, the head of the Gambino crime family gunned down outside his home alleged Gambino crime, family, boss, Frank Kelly is dead shot and killed in Stanton island there. Fifty-three-year-old Kelly reportedly shot at least a half dozen times they come in and a blue pickup truck and run over in front of his home on hilltop terrace. Shortly before nine thirty last night, his murder the most prominent of a suspected mob boss since the nineteen eighty-five RAV outta Paul Castellano at sparks steak house in Manhattan. I'm sue Guzman on seven ten W O onnell have more coming up with Len Berman and Michael Riedel is part of their big three today. Former Texas congressman better award joins a crowded field of democratic presidential candidates with an announcement this morning. This is going to be a positive campaign that seeks to bring out the very best from every single one of us that seeks to unite a very divided country the two black boxes from last weekend's Ethiopia plane crash on their way to Paris for an investigation. This is President Trump is grounded all Boeing seven thirty-seven max jets that have been involved in two crashes in just a matter of months federal government was under public pressure for days. Having watched China Europe and Canada. Ground aircraft flight maps from last week now showing the max is disappearing as they were parked. The reason similarities between Sunday's crash in Ethiopia which killed one hundred fifty seven and the lion aircrash in Indonesia, less than five months. Earlier both flights with the nose moving erratically up and down right after takeoff. Correspondent David currently. The Senate expected to vote today to block President Trump's declaration of a national emergency at the southern border. Several Republicans expected to join Democrats in voting against the president Republican leaders trying to hold that number down to uphold and expected veto from the president security protocol for SAT exams in New York being looked at after that massive college admissions scandal involving some big name celebrities. So you councilman Mark trigger former public school teacher? Says there are plenty of loopholes leave room to cheat and hold your bets. The odds are long the New York state will approve a measure to allow wagering on sports using your mobile phone mobile sports betting wins in the state Senate where lawmakers have passed a budget resolution that would legalize it not so much in the assembly and governor Cuomo believes mobile sports betting can only.

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Sundance shows off a new trend of AR, VR (The 3:59, Ep. 514)

The 3:59

04:30 min | 2 years ago

Sundance shows off a new trend of AR, VR (The 3:59, Ep. 514)

"Welcome to three fifty nine on Roger Chan Joni salesman. Augmented reality in virtual reality are still finding its way but a new trend emerge out of Sundance film, vessel one. That puts the focus squarely in your body. Joan you spend a lot of time. Try out the experiences their bottom, I won't bows alike. And is this stuff? This is going to bring the art AR to the wider market. It was really cool. Like, this is the thing about getting to have my job is that I get to go to these things like Sundance and try out all these Aaron VR experiences that almost nobody else gets to see and let you go which not very many people, especially Sundance says little it's not little, but it's a festival that's onnell teeny tiny mountain town, you have to really dedicated to go. So part of the problem is that these are really cool experiences. The ones that we're talking about in this festival use your body as technology. So you don't have to fiddle with controllers and figure out how to make things work if you just kind of are moving around to make things work. It's a lot easier. It feels more natural. But the problem is a lot of people may never get to try those things because you have a way to be released into that point. It just I feel like I read a lot about these experiences, and I've never actually get to try get like I get like the crappy marketing tie in experiences. And then that's basically it like. Yeah. The last one I could kinda remember the Power Rangers VR experience, which is not very good. Right. It's very. Short. So so what might be sort of a light at the end of the tunnel for experiences. Like that is that there's this growing popularity of LB location based entertainment and the idea that air VR almost not like going to theme park now that expensive. But it's something that if there's an experience that you hear about is really cool like the one where you get to eat food while you're watching the are one where you get to travel through time with your body, whatever it may be the one that appeals to you the idea that you could go to a place in see it, and you don't have to invest in a headset. And it's not a solitary experience something that you get to have at a location kind of piggybacking off of this popularity of immersive experience is as a kind of entertainment that might be a way that it breaches the mainstream. Right. All right. So on Friday, I'm sure you were all glued to the five plus hours or the oral arguments before a US pills court over the fate of net neutrality. I know our own accurate in was bottom line. I think the hearings sort of put the FCC on on the defense. A little bit in terms of questioning whether or not the agency should move forward with this. Whether or not they have the power to actually repeal the laws and mega action note that notes that ultima this come down to some technicalities public safety, and whether or not the c- considered it in making these rules changes. I mean, what do you think this is obviously an Uber complicated topic? But. Right now. I mean alternately the bottom line is. We just have to sit in wait like, yeah. Well, there's less that we know now than we did before she Maggie Friday called her Super Bowl was the big deal, obviously. But this is like the worst kind SuperBowl. Because after the game end, you don't know the winner is for several months. So like the right decision doesn't actually come out for until probably summer. Right. So in the meantime, we just have a lot more question marks about right about net neutrality a-. It's just funny that ultimately this might come down to the controversy with Bryson's throttling. The fire department during the California wildfires, which isn't really even. It's not another trolley, but it was a public safety thing. And it would be kind of weird that was sort of the crux of how net neutrality comes back to life. It is a really good example of like a fear based way of illustrating this case. But in other cases, atrocities the way that it was implemented. This rollback might be putting some things that we hadn't thought of it nature. Lastly Super Bowl was yesterday. We we can't ignore it. I just want to like did you have a favorite commercial? I didn't because I didn't watch the Super Bowl like a lot of people. I'm sure after watching the first couple of callers that game. I actually I washed most commercials on you to like the avengers commercial, which that was really my main goal vendors, and captain marvel Angolan watch watching the Super Bowl. Yeah. That the well the XBox control was the XBox commercial about the, adaptability. Controller was wondering Mary, heartwarming. And then having the Budweiser slash game of thrones commercial account. Threw me off in a good way. All right for full coverage. I've seen it. And Roger Chan Joni sauce, actually listening.

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"o. onnell" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"o. onnell" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Now, it's time for the last. Word alley Belsey is in for Lawrence. And I could evening alley. The only way it gets to talk to you is when they NTV. It's all weird, right? We should make some time outside of this to. As you said when you started the show, it is a busy night. We'll pick it up now. Thank you, sir. Take care. I'm Elliot bell. She in for Lawrence O onnell. The president of the United States is living in an alternate universe with this border wall. House speaker Nancy Pelosi said repeatedly and unequivocally that she will not give him the money. He wants to build his wall. And so it seems that the president is okay with simply pretending to have a wall and the Oval Office today. President Trump actually tried to claim falsely that his wall is already being built. We're building a lot of wall right now, as we speak the chant now should be finished a wall as opposed to build a wall because we're building a lot of wall. We haven't declared the national emergency yet it yet. We're building a lot of wall. We're continuing to build a lot of wall for building a wall. And we're building a lot of wall. Okay. Two points here. First. Let's fact check this. It's not true. None of what the president said is true. No new sections of the border wall have been built or are being built. We stretched our graphic staff tonight to show you this. That's the number of miles of wall that have been built second. If the wall was being built as the president claims, why did he shut the government down for thirty five days? What was the point of the shutdown if the border wall was already under construction? Okay. Back to the other universe that the president is living in. He also falsely claimed today that he has the money to build his wall. I don't feel lawn. Do. We have a lot of money. That's why we're building. We're already. Appropriated. We have a lot of appropriation. It's already been done. Okay. Let's fact check that point to it's also not true. Congress has not authorized any new funds for the border wall. That was the reason for the government shutdown. In fact, congressional negotiators are working right now to figure out how to avoid a second shutdown. The president is claiming he has money for a wall that he doesn't have and claiming that that same wall is being built when it's not, of course, some of this is thanks to Nancy Pelosi who refuses to cave to Trump's funding demands for the wall. No longer ruling out any money for the wall. Now over for months. Not been clear on. I had been very clear on the wall. Well, if they come up with a bipartisan consensus, of course. We're not having a negotiation of their having an go J shin over there. There's not going to be any more money in legislation. Okay. Covers little surprise at the president continued his attack today on the house speaker. You had quite the showdown look speaker Pelosi. What did you learn about negotiating with her? Well, I think that she was very rigid, which I would expect. But I think she is very bad for our country. She knows that you need a barrier. She knows that we need border security. She wanted to win a political point. Billion dollars for border security, excuse me. She offered over a billion dollars for border security. She doesn't want the costing the country hundreds of billions of dollars because what's happening is when you have a porous border, and when you have drugs pouring in and when you have people dying all over the country because of people like Nancy Pelosi who don't want to give proper border security for political reasons. She's doing a terrible disservice to our country here. She didn't have to deal with her. She can keep playing her games, but we will win because we have a much better issue. All right. The alternate universe continues. Here's the problem with the president's thesis. It's just not right polling this week. From Quinnipiac university shows that voters trust Democrats in congress on border security, more than they trust the president. And they trust antsy Pelosi more on the important issues than they trust the president. You may be asking what's the president to do? When support isn't on his side..

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"o. onnell" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"o. onnell" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Like, he just jumped over it. Holy crap. How you compete with this. And then we had a reward challenge for the wraps in the level letters in. We were way in we got to the thing where you had to throw the wrong on a ladder. And I mean, I miss quad view. But it didn't matter once he got there he shot like, I think five times and hit three of them. So is like it. Yeah. It was like what the heck in. Actually, I think I complained to Carl in providence. I was like dude who's gonna win anything as long as out here in. I was invaded about the challenge in the Carl started tilling everybody in in public at the fire. And I was like girl go for it. And so I just yeah. I was definitely will until at that takeover because he was a huge threat in can't I think in from Amman out there. The last thing I had seen on survivor was being win in. So the idea of letting the threats they would more than they. Than they should scare me today. So if it was somebody like Alec or John or Dan or somebody that was good at finding onnell's or somebody. That was good challenges. It's never too early to get rid of them. Because Ben had just went on a run funding. Onnell's you wanna to or not and they won the final fortune. I mean, the fire challenge really think speeds up the game play into. So if there was a threat get rid of masseuse possible, in my opinion, because I just what's been winning. So Carl said Alec can I didn't say word in this episode. Also, you are going to find your idol, and you have to sneak out at night with this something you actually worried about getting caught here. No, not really. Yeah. I mean, people will get up build a bathroom all the time. I mean, you know, what I mean, it's like I had found the clue with me. So I had a look out. I think that probably made a lot easier as like navy if I ask I'm going the bathroom so that that was like on aided. Then also in this episode. This is when you have the chance to sit out for nachos. How were the nachos? They regret. I don't regret it. Here's the thing. I knew I will no new a new nobody's income for me. I had one hit submerged east. I don't know. I feel like. I feel like if you don't think your target you sit out in heat. It's worth it long run. And then it's so funny because like, Jeff Jeff was still ask you at travel. Oh, what is this about Nick Carle Angelina? And I'm thinking like it says, we ain't going home tonight. Like, we know he going on that. So what's the big deal? But you know, they always get a make a spectacle of it. I mean, that's the price of doing business sit out of business. I mean, you know, that's coming. It's it's kind of baked in, but you know, Tyson talks about this alive. This is really a bad thing offered to talk about it. But actually the words are is how quickly you immediately regret net much food at once on an empty stomach in shrunken stomach especially win. It's like two Quila in beans in nachos. Play in Jeddah. Jeff kept going on and on the record for this challenge was tied. He lessened forty five minutes or whatever. So I was thinking oh my gosh. I got forty five minutes. I better eat these as quick as possible may end up going six hours in like I eat for like thirty minutes of it. And then a miserable for like four hours. I was laying under the. Can't even sit on the bench ahead to lay under Neath it in a food coma while Christians like about some weird stuff Odom when we played twenty questions. Oh, yeah. That's fun for the audience..

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"o. onnell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"o. onnell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"About the fact that general Flynn. Has his sentencing has been delayed at least ninety days. Mark see sends me a tweet says the judge can't suspect Flynn of anything. He can accept Flynn's plea, which she did is guilty and sentences any punishment. This only gives Flynn a chance to reduce his sentence by additional cooperation. I'm not sure if Flynn can change his plea any longer to be honest. Yeah. I think you're right, Mark. I mean, if he he said under oath, I am guilty. So if he now says, I'm not guilty, then he's guilty of perjury. Red bone says send them all to jail. I'm with you. Eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred John in Reno Nevada. Hello, john. Hi. Can you hear me? Okay. Yes. Sir. New in nineteen ninety one. Down John Gotti, right through, you know, testimony from lavar onnell was his number two, man. Right. So a similar thing is acting out here. I believe with Flynn. Flynn on Donald Trump to bring bring his residency down. But to me. Personally, I think it would have been better kicking Vic Llano back in ninety one the nineteen murders he committed Shamo with fly. Now, he's had collusion with Russia collusion with Turkey. Let him serve the full penalty for what he's done. They're going after that. I don't disagree. I agree that he was in. A relationship business relationship with Turkey that was that smells to high heavens. But he there was nobody will will ever say that what he did talk into the Russian ambassador. It was only after the election and Trump with the president elect, and that is well within the purview of the incoming administration to talk to foreign leaders. In fact, Donald Trump was doing it regularly talking from Trump Tower calling leaders they were calling him that that is not a crime, sir. The crime is literally down to the fact that he lied about it. Six hundred dollars from Turkey. And he's right. Dollars.

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"o. onnell" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy

Tony the Movie Guy

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"o. onnell" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy

"What I remember is it's with Jim Belushi and Arnie is a Russian comp, Jim Belushi as a wise cracking American Cup, and they pair up and I always remember this big battle sequence in the in the Russian sauna, and it's just are. Any like button aching, fighting these guy in the bath house? Yeah, something like that. But you know, it's not one of his most memorable films to me. Do you remember this chance you? That's okay. We'll move on. We got plenty of good ones to go through. Okay. This is one of my biggest guilty pleasures full-time own this movie. I just watched it again. Like, actually, I watched it twice this year or ready, and I got my wife into it and she loved it made me so happy twins, nineteen Eighty-eight him endanger veto classic line. Only them mother can tell them apart, right? So I mean, I watched this film. This is making me so happy because I remember distinctly, I watched this film in Africa with my dad. While I remember seeing it was so strange to me seeing Dana veto who's one of the. He's so small, an inch away from being a midget. Right? And he's when he's in the peak of his career. And you see these two completely different statues and structures of man across each other. In a comedy. Arnold is now starting to break into his comedic side at this point, and that's where it gets fun because that's where you can really see again, if you watch pumping iron, see this charming comedic side of Arnold that starts to now worked his advantage as you go into twins and other later films where he's more of a comedic role. Yeah. Well, this is the committee that role of his a really works for me and also by now Arnold Schwarzenegger is just a star. He's a huge star. This film is so silly so fun. It was a huge hit being talking about doing a sequel for twenty years with Eddie Murphy as long lost brother and it's supposed to be called triplets and I'm sorry, I would be first in line to watch game here. I would. I would get that advanced advanced tickets for that one. I just remember into wins the one image that sticks out to Mason's. I saw when I was a kid. It was was the whole blazer flip over the year. Jackets, walk ching them, how to be cool and stuff, so. Cool. It's great. Yeah. So the premise of twins is the scientists trying to create the perfect human being and Danny de Vito is the leftover sperm. I mean, it's really crude, and he goes and finds his his brother and obviously they bonded and they discover their mother and so on. I remember Kelly, Preston in this movie holy shit. She was so dang, haw. Stunning. It's just a really fun movie the I highly recommend people go back to because it surprisingly holds up. It was also right in the area of Silvester Stallone an onnell swabs Negga being like the guys action movie. They were the guys. Yeah. So there's a scene when onnell swat snicker because he's been on an island most of his life. So he rose a boat single handle off the island to like New York or something. And then he's walking down the street and they walked pasta poster of suggested loan Rambo to, and he just shrugs it off on love some walks. I love that they poke each other and some of those movies, Easter eggs. Perfect. I love doing with anything like this movie, especially with Danny devito. Just play it out into the story of always sunny and Philidelphia and you. Those on that show just to complete the generate. Right. And I go look at the plot of twins, and if Dana veto is the. Bottom, that guy, he's dad guy, and that's how his life has turned out, which is completely degraded version of what I guess he is because he was the leftover sperm get..

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"o. onnell" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"o. onnell" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Prairie tom with mike maxine hartman on sports onnell hey good morning i i really hope the twins don't sell but if they more to come along where somebody's gonna offer him something that he can't turn down for these veterans you gotta look at it because you got myers mauer's contract coming off the books next year and i i really hope they do not resign him thank you well that comes up every week and i don't know where they stand with that joe wants to come back and play i think but obviously his contract would be in play at the end of the year said if you talked to anybody on the inside about their plans for joe mauer sure have you talked to anybody on the inside of the twins about how they feel about joe mauer for next year then joe bauer i think you'll definitely be here next year just two different contract nobody's ever give him a big bigger contract let's go to mark in bloomington on line two mark you're on mike maxine hartman sports huddle go ahead mark yes i'm aol longtime gopher fan ex girlfriend sam i gopher football game in nineteen fifty three i think the running a clown show over there i've heard well i mean what are we hearing now we've heard it for the last fifty years realize the last winning big ten football coach for the gophers was murray warm apps it has the last big ten winning record look it up so why am i all all of a sudden i was supposed to believe that we're going to be i heard this exact scenario in brewster kill all of them all the way back i just don't buy it it's what happens on saturday afternoon what happens on saturday afternoon as they can't be the big marks it is your call mark said mark says he's been listening to this for fifty years the gopher football team on the verge of turning it around and he's he's had he's fed up with it ak shame she ship she seven and you compare them to i want compared to them to wisconsin is no comparison let's go to glen infertile which is right next to beltrametti on line three glen you're on the sports.

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"o. onnell" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"o. onnell" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"But i appreciate you thinking outside the box miguel cabrera what a disaster that is what a disease out for the season he's thirty five years old the tigers him oh my have you seen cabrera's some bad contracts in baseball but have you seen cabrera's contract james yeah it's unbelievable it's it's the worst one in baseball yeah he's got he's being paid thirty million this year next year twenty twenty twenty twenty one he gets thirty million so he's owed eighteen million for this year so another for the full season this year one hundred twenty million over the next four years then in twenty twenty two he gets thirty two million twenty twenty three so he is owed a hundred and eighty four million including been paid already this year hundred and eighty four million for the next six years and he's basically shot ready and then there's two vesting options after that which he won't he won't reach those at least they want us to pay him for those last two years because he'd have to finish in the top ten of the mvp voting and he that will not happen but my god that's terrible obviously they can't trade him i'll give i gotta give ron gardenhire a lot of credit i don't know how on earth to tigers are only three games under five hundred i have no idea the tigers are terrible they're terrible i don't know how they're three games on the five hundred it's studying it really is i mean they have now they've a few guys that are hitting candelaria jamar candelaria who they acquired from the cubs last year in the justin wilson trade has done a nice job he was always you know decent prospect with the cubs he's played pretty well for them cast the onnell's who's been there prospect for a it's had a nice year and yeah a couple of guys done rightly onus martinez bounced back nicely there but nope they have no special players in their lineup none some decent guys but nobody special.

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"o. onnell" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"o. onnell" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And driving alison more and michael riedel in the morning on seven ten w r good morning everybody coming up at seven fifty five one person len who is certainly not defending roseanne and her racist tweets her ex husband tom arnold did you see he popped up on cnn he basically said he always knew that she was a racist and he said that i know trump was a racist because he said roseanne and i were friendly with trump for years and he's a racist and then he goes to sell trump arrest yes yes yes he did and then he went on to say that after he enrolls and tom arnold roseanne they divorced in nineteen ninety four and he married shelby reuss who's a political consultant arnold says he ran into trump and trump sort of was with was with milania and trump looks up and down tom onnell's new wife shelby rousson says you married up and they says roseanne was disgusting well after the race came out the initial roseanne show ever best buds but roseanne tweeting yesterday i am not a racist i never was i never will be one stupid joke in a lifetime of fighting for civil rights for all minorities against network studios at the expense of my nervous system family wealth will never be taken from me listen and of course earlier you know the ambient thing.

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"o. onnell" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"o. onnell" Discussed on WWL

"From topeka kansas two pm on fox sports one nba playoffs we'll get back to the western conference now houston at golden state this series tied at one golden state get what they want they go to houston they get the split natalie houston trying to do the same thing get the split up there in the bay area unless they can do better i mean they did have a much better record that's why they have the homecourt advantage in this series but the struggles of steph curry well documented after the last game especially the way the that that came went and so a lot of people concerned about steph curry step says he's not worried they're not worried they're the champs everything will be just fine and at eight pm eastern on tnt is when they will jump this one up and get it going all right let's even gets a major league baseball done for you here going to have to be quick american league's going to go down like this baltimore and boston it's a one zero five star time for that one oakland is at toronto for a one zero seven to ten is start time for texas and the white sox to fifteen yankees and kansas city was sonny gray on the mound for the yankees and this one four zero seven is going to be the start time for tampa at the angel sergio romo getting another start against shohei otani that's gonna be an interesting set up their four oh seven eastern for the start time in that one from disneyland four ten detroit at seattle larry onnell and leblanc the principles that one eight eight this is.

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"o. onnell" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"o. onnell" Discussed on First Things First

"Hey the other last night tj with onnell threadneedle fa find ben simmons for simmons two of his nineteen on the night tj don't call me pj mcconnell ballgame yesterday lutely he was the boost that they needed absolutely right see settle saw chrome tj starts playing better he's tj today much respect i the sixers and celtics series lives to see another day celtics tribe but couldn't close it out last night foul trouble hurt him solid sixers defense hurt him in the fact that i bet nick the celtics would win hurt him and just a terrible better sixers win game four one on three ninetytwo to stave off elimination good news they didn't get swept bad news not gms ever come back down no three and a regular series just regular news news game five set for wednesday back in boston nick ride how're the sixers finally able to beat the celtics they basically got five quarters of offense and the celtics got four quarters of offense when you nineteen more shots than your opponent it doesn't much matter if you only hit seven threes like they had they were plus ten on the offense of rebounding they were they had seven fewer turnovers so they just got more cliche bites at the apple i mean embiid didn't play great simpson play great robert covington once again a total noshow but when you have that many extra chances you are going to and by the way your seasons on the line and you're at home you if you can't win that game i don't know what the hell game you can win this and on the flip side see that the celtics offense looked to me going into the series what i thought they look like a lot not enough not enough scoring out there to compete with philadelphia they've obviously proven me wrong on that but last night their offense looked like i thought it would look like their offense had looked and also that's how the celtics have played on the road and the playoffs except winning game number three we believe to philadelphia gave them the game in the second half of the fourth quarter but.

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"o. onnell" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"o. onnell" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Statesman michael johnson was arrested after he thought he had arranged to have sex with thirty five year old woman and her fifteen year old daughter turns out it was actually an undercover police officer he was communicating with online johnson is a pe teacher a jefferson and longfellow elementary schools and has taught at bora capital and boise high schools in the past johnson posted a twenty five thousand dollar bond monday we're talking off air and there are there are whole bunch of segments of society that are judged by the worst of the worst teachers officers radio host i mean it just races are judged by the worst they are athletes judged by the worst politicians judged by the worst there's a lot of great teachers out there honestly this is not a knock on education this is not nodded this is not me calling anybody names there are so many great teachers out there and the only time we really hear about teachers is when one of them messes up royal onnell honestly maybe you get that one story in the week mr jones mrs jones whoever hey they they improved class performance kids love them great every once in a while you get that story but between the positive story in the positive story it seems like lately there's been a lot of bad misbehavior with teachers this year i don't know if it's nationwide i don't know if it's just idaho we draw attention all the time people get shot on a daily basis all over the country people get shot on a daily basis all over all over the country yet when it happens in mass we draw attention to like nobody else got shot between one mass shooting in the next mass shooting people get shot all the time.

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