17 Burst results for "Ogsm"
"ogsm" Discussed on Upgrade
"Not when when. I'm traveling which I'm not doing right now as we all aren't and when I'm writing I put it in the case but the rest of the time it's either no case or it's the folio so it's nothing you seem to view this ipads default state as having a keyboard attached. Yes so that's the difference But that's just kind of how I you know. I live very frequently. We'll take my ipad out but most of the time it's always connected to a cable of some kind. That's just my default for IPAD and with the magic keyboard. I prefer it to the bridge keyboard or the smart keyboard. So I'm finding myself using it like that more The bridge keyboard. I could've done this with I guess but never had thought of putting in a laptop. Stan would just take it out point I could've done this for a long time ago but didn't think about it but this this I like it more just like this whole set up more I will mention because people will ask keyboarding. Museums take raise it as a split keyboard. It has edgy. And it's amazing. I frigging love cable. So much That's just may also using a Logitech track ball an Ergonomic trackball and magic track pad to all connected. This is what I love about the IPAD. Right like Federico Talks about this about like modular. I just love the all the all the equipment that can do everything with this now and it makes me very happy I'd like now. I have the posture charging because my keyboard is it needs a USB ultimately. I need to use an Odongo for this is just some point. I'm going to get a USB DOC to help right so I'm gonNA stuff but now I can charge at the same time which I really really like a lot. I got the Brown key. Switches people asked me to keep switches. Go but so. I am aware that posting a picture like this. I'm doing two things I want to show people like how I'm using. I am also kind of doing this to to Annoy. People find this stuff ridiculous. Yeah but at the same time. I get a lot of people who are like in on this too right like that. This is what they want their computing life to be these like the options that I feel that this device can give and I want to share the way. I'm using this device because I know I'm out in the edge cases now but I think it's amazing that my i-ipad can do all of this and I can use it the way that I want I think is frigging awesome and I can't wait to to keep pushing it. I love it. It's so awesome. I love it. Yeah so I wanted to mention the that you use it in the case all the time. 'cause I get that you want to keep it in the case all the time and not remove it and then put it in a stand and then take it back out and put it back on this even though that's very easy to do That said that was my initial reaction to this is might just take it out and put it in a stand. It's it's going to be better. You don't have to have a laptop Stan. You'RE NOT GONNA type on the laptop stand you're just GonNa let it sit there so why not remove the IPAD and put it on a stand? I think it would look less ridiculous. I don't know how it looks. Yeah I know I'm just I think it would look less ridiculous and it would probably be better suited to the task. You could get the screen a little bit closer to your face but you know you do you and I do understand why the day it's the thing. I am restricted by screen distance by my keyboard. That's true but this is GonNa this restricts it even further right. This puts the screen even further away from you. Yeah but I think when I'm using in a stand it doesn't feel like it's far away. All right I just for me. I look at this and I think I saw. We've talked about flexibility for me. The beauty of the IPAD is that mostly. It's just on its own and then I'll add it to. The keyboard added to a doc when I want to work in that configuration. But I see where you're coming from here which is as far as you're concerned. The default configuration of your ipad is in this case. And so why take it out? If you don't have to and I get that that's just not how I use it like. It may be that in a few months time saying I WANNA just put it in there when I want but like right now like no. This is what I want. I want the default to be in like this is like a laptop now that is the default and then move for and see what. That's like. Okay I've ever happy so far because I found myself even sometimes just like I would just use the pattern on the laptop. I don't know why it's just what I WANNA do in the same way of like you've got it in the case on the screen so like I. I am enjoying this experience. So far. I'll keep pushing it and see where I think not enough is being made of the fact that you in addition to Apple Pencil and a touchscreen and attract pad have to other pointing devices on on your table. I think that's an important point to us. How good can you know what if you could put your welcome tablet and attach it child? Work I will. Would you would do that. You'd have all all the input devices because right now I have a way Karma Magic track pad and a Logitech vertical mouse. Yes e because it's so it's you it's you you like choices says. I if there's one thing I love of my computers at his choices I get to make choices like even just using the ipad the way that I do for as much as I use it for is just a choice that I make that I enjoy. Where like right now? I have a Logitech Webcam piped-in type attached to my Mac. Because I like to choice. That one's better than the one built into my Mac. I kind of have me the thing that makes people want to build. Pc's like I have that in. May you know that is like that choice mentality which doesn't always fly with being a fan of apple products but I feel like as a devoted IPAD per user? I get to make more which choices the moment than Immaculata would I get to the super weird with my device and do like strange things like what I'm doing right now but it brings me joy to do that. Like I have a very weird computer setup. I have a split keyboard. Aluminium that was odd. Gp Right That plugged in via USB. See Split cable to Odongo. That's regular beat to go into my IPAD and that's how I type right. It's like an amusing trackball. Everyone else is using the Amex Mazda or a track pad and unlike Nana. I'm going to use a track ball. I love it and then I got my apple. Pencil scrolling with the Apple pennsyl-. I'm just this. We only the only thing you're missing here is the the full. Vitucci of of having it be an external screen. That's mirrored that you're driving with. There's a screen behind a as soon as I want. I want it to be more than what it currently is like. Did the these external display support? Yeah I won. A second screen agree and when they do that. You can bet your bottom dollar. That's what I'll be doing. Magic keyboard is amazing. Your Beta testing all of this stuff for back in your studio to right. That's all we have had this chance to experiment This is all very experimental the year. This is an excellent job. Trolling twitter just good job. Good job you've got slack. I'm controlling people with my actual real life choices. Which makes it even more fun right. This magic discussion up okay effectively. Why should you buy it? You should already my feeling. I just want to say that you should already know. You want this product before you don't buy this three hundred dollar keyboard on a lock because it's not what else full. I mean you can return it. If you don't like it and you could do that. You can try it if you're curious. I. It's a shame that there aren't stores open so you could go in and try it at the store. But you know you really. You should have some inkling that using an IPAD as laptop is a thing that you you should you actually might WanNa do. Yeah like you probably know you. Are this type of person right like the that would want this product thereof options small keyboard keyboards. The ogsm bridge keyboard is still great option. Get tracked by the mouse and you'll be happy. Yeah there are lots. I've talked to a few people where I've said if your primary use case is at a table or desk and you don't anticipate using this as a laptop don't get this This is a laptop shape the world. You've got one now. The world is full of accessories that try to make laptops more organic four desktop. The beauty of the IPAD is. It's not a laptop. It can become a laptop it can also be put in a stand with an external keyboard and and track pad and be a much more. Ergonomic match for a desk. So only get this if you're planning on using it like laptop if you're planning on using a desktop. Don't spend the money on this. Get a get a stand and a keyboard that you probably already own and a track pad. You may already own and do it that way instead on. Wrap this up with a quote from the end of your view which. I like a lot Apple now sells to more laptops and eleven inch model. It starts at one thousand nine hundred dollars and a twelve point nine inch model of it starts at one thousand. Three hundred and forty eight dollars does a pro laptop prices but guess the IPAD pro is a pro laptop. Now if when you want it to be beautiful. Jason have really sums it up for me. Soldiers that out in the backyard sitting under my redwood tree with the using the IPAD pro laptop. Yeah it is. This comes back to the thing about the weighing like a laptop like judge this as a laptop. I mean there's mitigating circumstance which is if you've got a two thousand eighteen. I've had pro. You don't actually have to buy the IPAD again. You just have to buy the The the keyboard so that's good but in reality like judge this as a laptop. Do you want an IPAD that can also be a laptop? You will pay laptop prices..
"ogsm" Discussed on Malicious Life
"The team spent months gaining access to the network and learning what was in there. He couldn't go into detail about the techniques used but he didn't give me include that it all starts with email. 'cause I can't speak specific to us but if you look at you look at Cyber Operations Writ Large Ninety. I think this was in. This is in the hacking podcast over ninety percent of cyber attacks. Today start with email. And it's not just a spearfishing link it's access to that email account the username the email the email address in the password. That's that's that's where you can start and you can pivot everywhere from that. I've looked into a lot of hacks and whether it's an AP tea or just a bunch of teenage hackers yet. They love getting into email accounts to poke around. This is common for hackers and effective for getting more information and to move further into the network getting into an email account is golden. You can pivot from the email account into the other accounts associated to that email. Any thing that's tied to that email password reset so you can pick from email address into the aws account into the cloudflare count. Whatever that may be the email is the key that is the core piece to pivot through. Whoa that make sense. Yes of course. If you have access to my email address you could go to another service. I have my web hosting and Tell Them. I lost my password. And they'll send a link to my account with the password reset and if you had access to my email then you could see that and reset passwords so yeah getting access to someone's email account can open the doors to tons of other things. That person has to you so take note on this. Protect your email access. Make it a high priority to secure it. I give it a long complex password. Then enable two factor authentication on it make it hard for anyone to get in your email because of someone does get in. They could access to almost everything to operation. Going symphony was getting into their email accounts. This was getting them access to a ton of stuff and once they got in. They needed to establish persistence. This is where they can stay in the network hidden unseen even if how they got in got fixed or patched and this might be enabling a root kit or opening back door or leaving some program running that lets you connect back in later. We had multiple access vectors into the whole system. So it wasn't there wasn't just there wasn't just one one piece of software or exploit or something there was. It was a whole suite of things that that gave us the understanding in the access network doing this time the learned about what's in the network and they spent time pairing the infrastructure with the exploits needed us and they had a lot of meetings on what the best course of action was to take it all out if you make it on their list. It's it's not a matter of if it's just went like I was amazed working there that any challenge that would come to the folks at NSA or any of the developers. It was just a matter of time before they figured it out. There was nothing that I saw them. You know throw their hands up and say it's impossible. It might not be the way that you thought they would find a way to answer your question. Forget where you wanted to go. The assembled other people in deems. We're we're getting them ready. We had four or five of those teams because we had so many targets and they each got ten to fifteen targets right because we had to do the whole operation as quick as we could and because we didn't want to enemy no once part of the network was being taken down or locked out and then they start to they kind of like shut us off from getting to the rest. We had to do it all at the same time before they could catch on. So I'M GONNA assume targets are our servers social media accounts email addresses bank accounts mobile accounts like just. Let's try to completely delete as much as possible. All of those targets were on the docket. It was lockout. The League. Miss configure reroute. Sees anything that you could do to stop the network from functioning. We had to come up with. Who had which targets and then which ones it was. It was planned out to a T. Like down to the keystroke of this is the one I'm talking to. This is the one that I'm going. After first. And then second third fourth fifth and it was and they were pivoting and they were all dependent upon each other and the other team had their same list of starting with this one in going down the list and moving in pivoting and working their way through so we planned that out in detail and rehearsed it in detail prior to the operation. That was the that was the next step. That's amazing because when I was a network engineer I would get my scripts approved by other people before making a change and I never imagined hackers also getting their scripts approved before and they'll and then practicing as well. That's really something. Oh Yeah we we would. You had your plan to t- in we scripted it in a test environment to make sure that it worked all the way through to automate some things we automated as much as we could but then you still have to do some hands on stuff but we tested it. We had developers and technical directors review before we went to go and do it. We had an extensive amount of a Hertzel's before anything was actually executed on the real target. Everyone's got their practice on. This is their primary focus right. This is they're the one operation. Everyone was working on and focused on when you woke up when you go. This team was Ogsm all day every day. Osias operation going symphony in case. You're wondering it's name of this operation and yet the people on the team would come in and nights and weekends to conduct a lot of this preparation because there are certain things you want to do. When nobody's around to reduce your chances of being caught and certain tools and software had to be custom built to get it just right so people were working really hard to get everything ready for this cyber strike. The lastingly needed to do was pick a time window and when they can do this operation. The ten minute window was picked. Because that's when we.
"ogsm" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"You know what's great plot? You're already started with a chip on your shoulder. I is I guess, that's kind of if I attack I then Aubrey, thank you so much for coming in. You were here half hour late. And I'm sure that couldn't have poorly early. I'm sorry. Yes, we were on time but you were a half hour early. And so that's certainly could have helped with the chip being early. I to be a good ten minutes. Late ten minutes late. Okay. Now we on this show, talk a lot about people with me. So phony a- most me, so phony. Yes, it like me, so Honiara. It's a it's a genetic. No, it's a couple of photographs. Boy, you really, really have your guard up Hannah king. Wow. Like it. Well, I was watching a bunch of clips of Aubrey before we came here and you guys have a similar thing in that. You're both funny and cute. But you're fucking brats, let your both brats. That's pretty much don't mind you. Any of your house? Yes. And then Monica will go step further. She will yell at her. Parents at full volume. Alec thirty one in storm up to her room and shuts down. That is true people have me so phony, they get. I don't know whether they get nauseous, they get very angry. They get irrationally angry win the here, people chewing food, and before this, I would have said, that's horse shit. You're just an intolerant person. But on twenty three and me if you go get Twenty-three, meet, it'll tell you, if you have the genetic marker for me, so phony, it's a real genetic thing. So I've become more, maybe I should look, you see if you have me. So why no. You don't because you were just chewing into the microphone in bothering by the ASM are kind of thing where I kinda like sounds like that. You do like a Martin will you watch those YouTube videos? Do you have a favorite? I like ASMAR, darling. She does a lot of like, oh, rubbing her. Like, like shell on differently close like this one is really soft. Oh, wow. Heels like this. Do you experience the U, fauria, people talk about that love ASMAR? It's not like euphoric reaction for me. It's more like a Transi like 'cause I have like I'm thing. I knew with my heroin, I've done this before of, like I would be a loop in the night make this hunt. Oh, I do in my ear like all day long like a self soothing thing. But it's like I like little sounds like we'll tell me if you like this. First of all, can you please close? Your eyes for one second. This is what I think it sounds like when people walk through a forest, okay? Do you know what it was? No. It's my cared. It's thirty your hair thing it's quite some almost identical. It's pretty much the same thing because you're generating that noise you like it. And then when I generated, it's sick. That's what he thinks. Why not like it? Okay. So want you to know I like. A had anyone here that appeared appeared, I'm saying appeared in quotes to not want to be here as much you. I'm here when you talk about guy tell your face. You're from Delaware, most people that I meet when they find out from Delaware say, like what you're the first person I've ever met from door. And I'm like you know what? I've heard that a lot yet. Any no what I wanted to tell you that. And then I thought maybe she's heard that a lot. Yeah. Mama's a lawyer, which in nineteen Eighty-four. I think that's pretty cool. Is she a lawyer then when you're born? No, my parents are really young. They have me when they were twenty and they both came from nothing. So they would like you know hustled their way through the eighties and for your dad's Puerto Rican. Yeah. Yeah. He's, he's not he wasn't born in Puerto Rico. Oh, parents were but he was not. So, okay. He was born in Philly. So he grew up in Philly. So he would fill my Phillies stereotype more than my. Oh, yeah. Okay. What would is Phillies like go get a cheese steak, you know it's gonna tough. It's almost New York. It's like you know doing it. I don't know. Yeah, sure that's my family. Does that? What exactly what your dad sounds like? Now, he was from Philly was mom also know my mom is from Delaware, she grew up in Delaware. And then they met at West Chester university, which is in Pennsylvania. They both worked at while on my mom's a manager wa wa wa wa. Oh my gosh. Well, no. That's what children will call water sometimes like babies. Walmart, exactly. Oh, my wa wa wa was like gas stations like mini mart. Okay. Like, like a circle K a seven eleven seven eleven but it's like a very secret version of that on in the area where I grew up like people are really obsessed with wa wa like coffee, while iced tea, while was sandwiches, lots of things happen in parking lot. While I was just gonna say, in high school, did you guys chill parking lot? We ask so, yeah, yeah, since I grew up, there's now they're super Wala's really big kind of like Wala's on crack does just the little thrills of Delaware. Yeah. I grew up in Wilmington, which is the northernmost city in Delaware. It's the only town that has a city city is the biggest one. Oh, the capital. But it's the biggest one that most of the people have up there at Delaware, you can drive through the whole state from top to bottom in two hours home. Like, once you get out of Wilmington, e start getting into. Rural farms, but it's all along the coast. So it's like very weird mix of chicken farms, and the beach. Right. All the beach towns gets, like crazy, spring break, e typo. Yeah. Okay. With the jersey shore flavor it's not like the jersey shore is a good different vibe. It's a little more closer to, like, Maryland. Like OGSM ocean city all the kids go down to the beach every summer. I mean you just do it. That's what people saw just do that. And what kind of high school student where you were like, class president? So you were outgoing I presume. Right. You have to be out going to be the class president. Yeah. I went to an all girls Catholic school. And I was very busy all the time. You were very until out of clubs intrinsically motivated or you were college bound in wanted extracurricular things on your resume was a little bit of both. I guess I was in the four H pergram were. Yeah. So I you had cattle or chicken. That's the thing about four, h is up people project, this agricultural agenda onto, you know, but I, I grew up outside of the city so we focused on community service. I started that clubbing was eight years old. So from very early on. I was always like very busy doing stuttered. It's almost like a kind of like conjoining girl scouts or girl scouts girl scouts like sock in girl scouts, her the enemy. I'ma I think Misanthrope at Har my wife has opened my eyes to a lot of things and I now I'm way more available to help with things, but certainly not in high school. I could have given us shit about helping anybody. So I'm just curious. You were naturally drawn to help people or you were drawn to someone being proud of you for having done that I was just thrown in very early into a very intense club where my four h leader really, really hard on us. Oh, it was just, like, what I did, we would have the project books that we'd have to finish every year that we're really insane. Like by the time. Am I graduated high school Iraq, up thousands and thousands of hours of community service? It was just like part of my in. Did you enjoy? Yeah. Yeah. I still do I went back to Delaware two weeks ago and did a community service project with local for each club. Really? So I think you're maybe just nice. I also grew up kind of like in a very, very Catholic kind of environment. My school that I went to the motto is Cervia, which means to serve in Latin, that was just my upbringing you serve help in. Do you think in retrospect, are you grateful? You went to an all girls school. I imagine there's pros and cons to that. I mean I like to it's not for everyone like my middle sister did not go to Ursuline. She decided to go. The co Ed school was so you could have chosen. I could have chosen to go to the co Ed school in dollar. Those are private schools, because the public school system is kind of a rack there. And so there's a ton of private schools in different options and stuff. I went to Hurson since fourth grade until, like after middle. School is like you decide if you want to stay or if you want to leave, and I liked it. So I stayed. But Manali didn't stay my other sister stayed. Right. And they were cool with that Bernadette Dave. Oh, yeah. Bernadette was a lawyer, she had you at twenty and she became a lawyer. She's a pretty impressive human being my parents came from, like nothing. My dad grew up in like a pretty bad neighborhood in Philly in the you know, they didn't have any money when I was born we lived in the one bedroom apartment in bad area. You know, my dad kind of wolf of Wall Street style, like God into like the stock market and stuff. He like didn't even graduate college. He became a traitor, and I mean as a stock trader stock. Like a stock not Maryland t. We worked for Maryland, Maryland. So I think that, that mentality was burned into my brain. It's so weird. Is once you said, Philly, I was like, Bradley Cooper's from Philly and Cooper in his dad worked for Merrill, Lynch. Yes. Me bradley. I'm just sitting here thinking you guys have so much, but he became successful at that. Yeah. He yeah. Oh, yeah. He's crushing. He's a real go-getter. He is charmer. Okay. He's a hustler my mom has eight brothers and sisters. Oh, my goodness, when she was eight years old, her mom grandmother, had, like a mental breakdown on her. Dad died and the five of them that were under eighteen went to an orphanage in new castle, Delaware. And it was a very bad orphanage. It was run by these corrupt nuns that were very abusive. And it was a bad situation. And my mom's third grade teacher fell in love with my mom and wanted to dot my mom take her out of the orphanage. But my mom had four brothers and sisters with her in was like, I can't even my brothers sisters. So this woman Dorothy, she adopted all five of them. No. And then her and her husband, had their own four biological kids. Oh my nine again and Dorothy. Woo was pregnant with her last biological. Kid when my mom was pregnant with me, so young. And so. So I was raised by my parents, obviously. But like also by grandma north foster grandparents so is kind of thrown into this other kind of foster situation, and my aunt brigid, who's your right? But I'm a month older than her, but we grew up like sisters and I was kind of grew up in that household a lot. They were the ones that put me in the four H program like parents that did that it was, like I got, you know, because they were working burned. So my foster grandparents raised me a lot. So I was kind of like grown in with all these super Irish Catholic kids, I went to competitive Irish dancing as a kid. But, you know, I'm the Jake or the repeal dance competitive riveting. And you did it. Oh, yeah. Did you enjoy that shoot her? No, I don't know. I mean I wasn't very good. I was it was a very strange kind of thing because I'd be like doing river dance, and then I would go to, like my dad's family and there'd be like, salsa dancing, the kitchen. You know, those are very different kinds of dancing river dance. You're not supposed to move your arms. It's very like awkward. You just move your legs. And then and then I would go to these hump Titians, they're called fetishes, and I would wear the traditional thing, and there'd be like leprechauns. Okay. So good. So Monica was nervous that the leprechaun is a bit dicey for Irish people. Is that what it was? No. You're talking about appropriate cultural procreation on Cinco de Maya which I understand, I was like, are we appropriating on Saint Patrick's Day? And I said, no, not appropriation, because it's about leprechauns said, which I. I think everyone's still pretending they're Irish that day ruins pretending to have the luck of the Irish I don't know, when you would bounce back and forth between the Irish side and then dad's Puerto Rican family were you drawn to one more than the other eyelid say the Puerto Ricans were definitely more. I don't know. I'm very much like classic older child. Very split down the middle mom dad, but I would say, like I feel very connected to the Puerto Rican set, but I'm very Irish too. I mean there's just what acohol on both sides. Now back to the all girls high school where you bummed out there was no guys there. I actually liked not having guys there because it's a distraction, you know, but I think looking back on it, now it probably did color, my interactions, because guys to me were like thinking about one thing, you know, 'cause like there was one class in the morning that you could take where we would swap with our brothers school age, like AP English. Everyone wanted to get into that class, because guys in the class, I never got into that class, but, you know, I would walk in the hallway and look through the window peak than they are. And like, you know, so I'm definitely like probably fucked up by that. Well, the I had one experience, where I went with a friend who went to this school, Saint Mary's which was all boys, Catholic school, my friend, Jay, rob. He took me as a guest one day. When I was immediately struck by was that the dudes did not come their hair. They hadn't showered dudes farted in class, openly.
"ogsm" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"So that's part of the economics of this, you could probably view this as a failure for the G league's new program where they're gonna be offering contracts up till like hundred twenty five K for players of Hampton Zilkha. And it looks like for whatever reason, Australia was. Dean more attractive for him. Then that Julie program a couple of other things to note Hampton. This was not an academic issue was not him lacking, qualifications. He he had a lot of high major offers. I think I heard Schmidt say that he has a three seven GPA so this is and moody to most recent and Brandon Jennings with broad of the three most recent top prospects overseas, all did have those activists. Right. So this is Hampton making a conscious choice. I think another important benefit you talked about the schedule the calendar. I think that's an a big benefit for the AL or the NBL, and another one is it's an English language country. So a lot of the adjustments like that, that Brandon Jennings went through going to Italy, not as big of a deal, and I'm going to be fascinated to see what this does to me. It's puts a stronger impetus on the NBA to figure things out to keep these players in house for fixed age limit. And I think it should be both a you. You create a, a series of different avenues within the United States, or at least North America to make that happen. So yeah, I'm very interested in how will this works out what the ripple effects are? Moving forward. I wouldn't be surprised if this continues to happen until the system gets fixed. Also, those came down while we were recording. OGSM Dobie upgraded to questionable. Yeah. Which L put we'll see whether he can get out there or not an how how much he can help him. He's been out over a month. And we also we also there was also reporting today because it was media day in Toronto that his appendix ruptured and said there was an infection issue, which is part of why he's been out. So, yeah, that's the Yanni's probably lost a lot of weight, more likely than not that he's not be able to be effective. And also as a non shooter brings some problems on the offensive end Elise shot poorly this season are anything else. Talk about four we go. Yeah, so my, my real GM radio episode for this week was a finals preview we actually covered some very different ground. I went talked with rob Mahoney of Sports Illustrated, and then we also did a segment which we ended up doing this show. We've talked about it in different things on how these playoffs have affected the thought process for high profile free agents and Anthony Davis. That was really fun. Real Jim radio. What? Podcast player you like then my bucks off season preview came out for the ethnic and have some new material becoming out, but the other big one NBA cast back full-bore finals game. One starting at six PM Pacific nine pm eastern everywhere else, whatever it is there. And it'll be a lot of fun to talk about a game with these high stakes and to start a series like, you know, the warriors have had home court in all these finals. So we haven't really gotten to do that breakdown of a first game, which is for me. The most fun. Intellectually aren't, we'll taught you all tomorrow night when game one of the NBA finals is in the books until then.
"ogsm" Discussed on Ringer FC
"Creating zero chances or them giving up all the goals. Like, it's there he was asked to do everything, and is continually asked to do everything, and the fact that he sometimes brushes up close to that just kind of delude people into thinking that he should be able to do things like, you know, be superman all the time. Now again, like in the as is with the I mean, the dust up between him Marino in our early. And he he was acting like a dickhead. But so as Marito, and there are things that you can nitpick certain things about his conduct over the season or whatever. But the fact still remains that he's still the teams best player and the most valuable player. Even if he did play like shit down the down the stretch he'll get along with sedan though. Right. Ryan. Oh, he's gonna look so good wife. Fuck fucking. But also, I mean, I don't know, man. This is like beaten the enthusiasm out of me this way. Ryan has a question. I have a question. So I I think that the way they've handled this little shyer thing Alaria Huawei's, especially seeing like, you know, Eric can Haagen IOC sort of become a coaching cross back, then, you know, see Paci no sort of reach another sort of level of greatness. But since OJ took over I know that it ended terribly United have the third most points of merely since he took over I know what the United, and it's kind of they're supposed to, you know, have the most points considering how much money they have. But I do think it in overblown little bit about because they've been so bad recently. They've actually, you know on the whole. You know, if they played the way they played under OGSM whole season. They would have been in the top four. No. So that's not a question. I guess that's just me. Getting fact. Yeah. But you know, he did start his tenure against a string of bad teams. So and win. This is true. We all knew that the schedule was gonna get tough near the end of March April. Those are the games that if you wanna be a top for team you have to win or at least get points from and that's where he failed and then the wheels just fell off in the last couple of couple of weeks. So Mike Pompeo's was your MVP who's your L VP? Ashley. Ashley, Ashley young. There's just so many. There's so many people to choose from like there's like. Outside of just hate Ashley young, Dan. I like, no. But I mean, it's a bird shouldn't a guy. Like, it's all it is. It is very it's not always actually, but it is frequently Ashley young like, he's just. I like he is a good third option at it for like a wingback at this stage in his career. He's not good enough to be starting for United like consistently and play play meaningful minutes. Let's kind of like the long short of it. That's fair. That's fair. Okay. So we talked about a lot. I guess I'll just ask you. Yes. Or no, do you have the right manager? I don't think I still am gonna fall back on my thing that like the right manager is not a salient or pertinent question for United at the stage. Because I mean like are you manager technical director thing is the technical director? But also like the like the team has cobbled together from three pass managers ideas. Like, so like, no manager is winning with the team as it's currently constructed. I mean, every new manager has that same dilemma though. Yeah. But they should hire Rio Ferdinand. It'd be technical director. I think that they should stop. I think like, okay. I'm I'm put it to you like this United needs to give up on style. Like, we are being you're running the club like the Lakers right now. And I really don't like appreciate it. Like, I.
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"And one zero three one WG wine top story. President Trump delivers the state of the union address tonight's to congress still very divided on much of the president's agenda. Fox's Jared Halpern. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says there's plenty of evidence of the union is strong. The state of our nation's economy is thriving and working Americans are failing. But democratic leader Chuck Schumer calls the state of the union sad. The number one reason the state of the union has such woes is the president. I hope he changes in the next two years. President Trump will deliver a speech in the house chamber to a divided congress. With democratic speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi sitting behind him along with vice President Mike Pence on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, Fox News. You can hear the state of the union right here on WGN wine and on your free iheartradio app. Coverage begins at eight PM say police say a Schenectady woman had a lot of pot in her car. Troopers say they pulled Amira barrels over last week on the throughway near Ravina found seventy five pounds of pot in the car. She's now facing several drug charges been sent to the Albany county jail longer tracks season at Saratoga is getting some mixed reviews. WG wise, Mike Patrick twenty nineteen season opens July eleven four forty day run featuring to dark days a week Mondays and Tuesdays. While many business owners in Saratoga springs, like the new schedule others less than thrilled. Meg Kelly tells the times union cheese concerned about the timing is opening day weekend coincides with the annual two day appearance by the Dave Matthews bandits smack most hotels to be already booked Kelly's afraid the volume of people never to twenty five thousand of the track another twenty five thousand or so it's back. Good. Overwhelm the city. Mike, Patrick NewsRadio. 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A ratings point equals a percentage of all televisions in the United States. Mark mayfield. Newsradio eight ten and one zero three one WG y champion figure skater Nancy. Kerrigan is coming to Albany. She'll be at the plaza ice rink on Thursday from four to five PM her appearance is to help promote the Aurora games and international women's sports and entertainment festival coming to Albany in August, not sure if she'll be able to do much skating as Thursdays. Temperatures are expected to be in the low to mid forties. W G Y morning news time is eight oh five our next update at eight thirty. I'm Reid shepherd. Now, more Chuck and Kelly on NewsRadio eight ten one zero three one WG y. Cattle regions breaking news, traffic and weather station. Two point three billion dollars as a draft at this point in revenues is as serious as a heart attack governor Cuomo yesterday Kelly. Oops, we're way in the whole two point three billion dollar deficit as you heard him say, and and in typical Andrew Cuomo fashion. He says everything we did economically is right. So he's been in office fist starting his third term. Now. Nothing nothing. He has done has led to this. This is all because he's a democrat all the democrat. That's the part. I love the best. Oh, yeah. We're we're billions of dollars in the hole because I'm a democrat because of the the president's estate local taxes tax deductions being capped at ten thousand dollars. That's why. And he say he says, you know, the rich are leaving New York. Paxton rich tax, the rich tax, the rich, the rich leave. And now, here's but is there nothing to be said for the fact that we have near the combined state and local tax rate for high income New Yorkers is second highest in the nation. Does not our governor and legislature have something to do with the level of taxation around here. Yeah. So here are two thoughts. Number one. If you didn't taxes so much depend on that kind of revenue to fund the state, let me to two billion dollars. What does that tell you right there, and it wouldn't hurt so bad and the other one is how about you cut spending and look a revenue. Elsewhere like, oh, I don't know. Sports gambling that keep kicking the can down the curb on just all easy fixes. They're going for. Yeah. But that's why sports gambling is going to help little legalize weed. He did a toy. He did a complete turnaround on that. Because it's an easy money grab the they don't want to make the tough decisions, which is like really cutting spending. Instead, they're just going to blame somebody else and look for a free throw up a bunch of casinos free money, right allegedly. So in so check this out talking about trying to raise more revenue. I don't believe raising the taxes on the rich. I think that would be the exact worst thing to do. Right now. You also don't have the opera. I don't think you have the ability to reduce taxes on the rich because you would just expand that you're so we can't raise taxes are lower taxes on the rich. All right now what then we'd I guess he he sings two different songs in the past. He said, oh, the whole myth about people fleeing New York, that's that's a load of ball. And then all they only leave because of the weather that's a load about now. He's singing even a difference noticing their leading the Republican leader in the state Senate, John Flanagan said governor Cuomo acknowledged for the first time today that it's not the weather that's causing New Yorkers to leave. It's the incredibly high taxes. So and just one thing just in terms of just. I'm not making a political statement. But I like facts if people are like the one percenters they get away with everything and also only the poor abate taxes here to facts. Fifty percent of the people New York don't pay any tax, okay because they're poor. But they don't pay any taxes and the top one percent of earners account for nearly half of the state's income tax revenue. So the top one percent is paying almost fifty percent of the taxes. Just the fact. Yeah. So it's exactly the opposite of what these people are always pointing to one other one other thing to touch on. The state workers are being urged to be extra careful. There was a brutal attack a forty nine year old woman a state employee who's uses that that OGSM parking lot at DAV and elk in Albany, big parking lot. She was leaving work on Friday when when she was attacked..
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"Call. The video clearly says, yes, they should have gotten a foul call. I think the official might have been looking at Fred vanfleet there instead of looking at OGSM Novi because that's why I was looking I was looking at the primary defender, I'm just speculating here. But you look at Anna Novi pulls his hands back, and what sort of tells me everything was it the raptors players didn't immediately. Celebrate they assume that it was a foul. Right. And that to me, let just said all I needed to see or is there Leon woods, right? There. Clearly has a great angle should see that. That is a miscall. Well, okay. First of all, I will say as usual everyone's human being suspended. Your eyes aren't quite there. I will say also while I understand feeling this was unfair energy into this game. There were turnovers in the final seconds. You were up by twenty seventeen points. By the way, we all say, we don't want the rest to be whistle. Happy in the final part of a game. I mean, I feel both of you. I think you're both. Right. I know what you're going to say because I'm hiding why am I being the old school person on this? And you're being the technician how did that how the game where you thought you should have gotten a call, absolutely? Both sides. The Pacers blew a seventeen point lead depot as good as he has been last night. Had those terro- possessions in the last minute two nights ago. Ms three free throws in the last fifteen seconds. They lose by one to Cleveland, you know, the Pacers one eight in a row, I think seven or actually and they lost two games back to back nights. Each by one point. All depots gotta be better. You know, he is the leader that he's got executing his credit is the first thing he says, he never deflects blame. He always. I mean, he has shown so much leaderships. You got to Indiana. So I I give him credit for that. And and look I'm not mad that people blow leads it happens. I don't know if you can carry on about a miscall after you have bone, a seventeen point lead in sectors. But we're not talking about some team like the New York Knicks. No disrespect. No disrespect talking about raptors. I mean, the best team in the conference making a comeback and they're on their home court. If it happens, I will say this. I thought the raptors. You know in the comeback. There are moments where they could have lost it. They play with some calm last night. You know, they miss me shots. They got the rebound. No big deal. Fred van Vliet hit some big shots last night. I was actually while we can look at the Pacers and that call actually left the raptors took care of business fourth quarter. Like, I expect the championship contender to do the Pacers. As we saw them getting knocked out of the playoffs last year. Lost a bunch of games after the other team came back on them in the final seconds. That's sort of thing. Obviously going into this year's playoffs. They want to be able to win those kinds of games coming up. We're gonna talk about young or sensitive Kunpho telling Anthony Davis to come to the joking. I'm joking. We'll talk about whether you're joking. I here's the district replay. It's this date in two thousand and two Amar Saad. By the way, over newsreel right here. Mark very off the New York Knicks all that money for but never got. That's right. Marbury? Steve is too. So unhappy with everyone right now..
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"You got us calling shots NBC or poll question of the day. Do you care about Pro Bowl snubs? You know, where I sit. I think it's silly assume now is a fifty eight percent you've got some other answers on there as well. Make your voice heard do. That's my guy. Ryan holland's. There is nobody better longtime NBA player you see him on ESPN. He's part of clippers broadcasts. College hoops. He is big on Instagram as well. Ryan the video that you just posted on Instagram earlier today. How did you get that video of me doing all those crazy dunks? Look mary. You know? Open it up. You never know. You don't get it up. The footage. Guard. How impressed were you with me at barely five foot ten closer to forty than? I am thirty still throwing down dunks. Like that. I'm I'm nasty. Aren't you know, you really you really threw me for a little when you did the one hand windmill on foot? You got the left hand tool basketball. Se. That's the one. Vera, VERA, Ryan Hollins on Twitter and Ryan Holland's on Instagram. How you doing man? What's up? I'm doing good. You doing man, I'm good. I'm good new beginning starting soon. I say you laugh or you cry right? So let's laugh we'll have some fun. You do more than they call it a full day. You know that right now, I know I know so people if they're following you should know you do a lot more than just hoops. I want to start off with something not hoops related. Our poll question is about the Pro Bowl snubs, and I've been seen so many talking heads discussed this do you do you care about that? Like, you get into conversations about look, man. I can't believe Andrew lock didn't make the team. Well, the way that the NFL just changed the rules around. I don't think you were. You're technically now because you gotta so breeze. A great even Philip rivers. A couple of other guys are going to be playing actually during the time that the Pro Bowl on. So they'll be they're not going to be in the game. But they'll get a mention it. Then they'll add Kamara in the rest of those guys into the game. So it's not like the same. It's like you're still going to play the game. You know what I'm saying? Good. I'm I'm glad you get this there were and again, I don't normally do this where I talk about other host. But like there were so many host today on other networks that were like breaking down. Why this player should have been in instead of another one? Like who cares? Come on move on. I. Startled bad the coke come out the gate labor. They just got hot. Okay. Got. It wasn't just a conclusion bike. The year, man. This guy's a pro over the last seven years. He's been hurt hurt. Okay. So in the NBA, I think we know that the Golden State Warriors are going to be the best team. When all listen and most people believe that. But I'll give you credit on something. You said the Toronto Raptors were the team that you thought could win an NBA championship. Why did you see that right now they are the best team in the NBA? The I want you to remember this because I'm I'm a bit of a parrot when it comes to this playoff basketball is about matchups matchups. Everybody plays hard. Everybody of all your plays. And if you have a roster now today's NBA where you could switch everything you got long range, you guys and they're serviceable on offense where they don't hurt you necessarily on the other end you got a shot. And when you look at Toronto's roster, they have a whole lot of that and their two young rooks. They're young pups, PASCAL calm and OGSM newbie those two straight up like. Like, they're they're turning into something special. Not to mention collide layer there, so match wise. They got guys for state. They got guys for LeBron potential the they haven't first Attila to go against the Phillies in Boston for the world. And that's really how you back. Shop personnel wise. You know, you've got these little literature disappoint cars running around. You you don't match up. And even if you don't have a big that's perfect. So I mean, they gotta through across the board that you say they got their back like Toronto got blown out of the water. It couldn't match up. Okay. Demar rosen. Lebron James work. Okay. But we do match up with Toronto this year. Nobody that they can't quite whip. Aren't let's stay in the east. Embiid Simmons bottlers this going to work. No. When you say what we'll find. Eastern Conference finals. Yeah. Eastern Conference finals. I mean, there's a potential they get there are they gonna duck duck Toronto, you know, and I liked that. I liked their team. I liked it. But I don't like them that much because it does take a little ordinance even for them to work there. Not just as as finely tuned as you would assume. Where'd you go? Hey, man. Those guys are gonna fit right away. No Jimmy's the score. And the defender he's a you need the ball in his hand intimate catch shoot in a hybrid. You know, there's a lot of special things teaching do. And you you look at a a Brad Stevens system. You know, you look at Toronto's personnel. You wanna Trump coming together in such a short amount of time for that have worked together. You know, also big three like they weren't head shoulders better. Talent wise a lotta came up like that. Yeah. We've already there. There's people that can match the talent of of silly. You know, what I'm saying to where you just don't make up for all your mistakes with just giving the ball to those guys and they go make plays Ryan when we look at the Milwaukee Bucks is this about the players getting better or them, and I'm not trying to disparage other coaches, but then having a coach they can put an assist them. If I honestly felt about is like it, but the deal, but as one of the better coaches and league Chris offense that hits and tops in the ball moves they attack. He's opened the floor up. So creative things, you know, Lopez the shooting threes, he's a real legitimate stretch five and they just play free. It may defend and yeah, your honest got better. Everybody can see the work that he's done on his body air, Eric who I play with Bledsoe's playing playing at a high level, and they had a really young team. So you you look at. At that situation. And you you really sit back and say, yeah, I it's both band, and I mean like legitimately Keith both. He's Ryan Hollins spent a long time in the NBA working with ESPN clipper studio. Analysts doing some games. You got college hoops games on Twitter. The Ryan Holland's on Instagram. It is Ryan Holland's. Let's talk about those clippers obviously right now not playing well over the last four or five games. But what would your takeaway be about their seasons far? Strongest put this in a nutshell. Okay. Put one little boy is doing things that. He's just planning on another wave. He's on another level. When you talk about it. Don't get too excited. Can you calm down? When I say this, okay. What you think I'm just throw stuff out? Basketball. Okay. When you throw out guys that can login when you're out of high level, I'm thinking James, I'm thinking Steph Curry's, I'm thinking James harden. Lou Williams was thirty with that type of level of efficiency. When he comes off the pick and roll he's shooting three three or four feet behind the lines. You jump out. Herald cortott Bobo. Layups and then he skipping the ball around the court. So he's a guy that you can legitimately weren't offense through at a high level. He's out the clippers are looking around. And that's hit a shop. He he was starting the fourth quarter scoring so equipment. We're looking around going. Oh my God. This guy was really good. What the heck? Are we going to do right now? Yes. Good. He he's everyone everyone yelling at him for this all star. Lou Williams has the ball in his hands for the game. So their federal things out not to mention playing in the west, bro. This is the most even that I've seen the NBA shell. And and we'll project the clippers going to win an NBA championship this year key don't don't speculates don't get all while if they're going to win this year. They're going to have to do it Detroit. Pistons sound I heard say this earlier, and I echo. Him. But they're going to have those guys have to turn into they're gonna have to have a couple of guys turned into kind of like a lower level. But all star bid type of player Nari. So bias little those guys are gonna have to be all star level. They don't have to be superstar. But they're going to have to have a collection of guys that play really well together. And and kind of like take that next step. You know, what I'm saying is actually their keep. So we don't want to just dismiss it. It's there they got personnel to match up with Golden State's and and Houston's and and and whoever else in the Lakers, even they got by all the Brown. But they got some things they got a piece together. Ryan there is nobody better I've loved our chats on the air for I don't know the last two three years that we've been doing this, and we will continue to stay in touch for sure. Hey, bro. Continued success brother the sky's the limit. Man. You're you're Germany's industry prop up a man. I appreciate everything you do broke keep killing it. And man, you you know, you know, what time it is. Thank you so much man there. He is the great Ryan Holland's. I have loved getting to know Ryan over the last couple years. He's one of the best. That was awesome. It's calling the shots key. There.
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"I am really looking forward to reading this book basketball. A love story. It's fascinating. How the roots of basketball when you trace them back invented by a Canadian? I believe aims Naismith and many truly American game and a white sport at first, and then a black sport. And now, an international sport and such the evolution of basketball over the years is fascinating. This is going to be a fantastic read here forthcoming major ESPN film series as well. So let's get to one of the co-authors here of basketball a love story rate. Bartholomew what's up third? Hey, dave. How are you? Thank you. I'm doing great. I appreciate you coming on here. And this must have been a fascinating project as I said, invented by a Canadian adopted by Americans and in the early part of its of its evolution. It was a white sport. Then became a black sport. Now, an international sport. And it's mixed with everybody playing together. Now, it's the way basketball evolved. As is a fascinating story really of Americana and now world, absolutely. I mean, it is it's hard to think of any sport that has this kind of growth pattern that that basketball has that. It really, you know, I it was this American game that has become the second global sport team sport behind soccer now, and it came to myself and Jackie MacMullan who I worked on the book with we're co authors as it was like the Dead Sea scrolls of basketball being offered to us by the our other co author Dan chlorides who directed the film. You did this this this amazing series of interviews that he conducted in a range with like almost one hundred and seventy of the biggest legends the names of the sport. And and he just gave us these transcripts and said, let's find a book in here. It was it was a dream project for anyone who love the game. Yeah. Look at these names Kobi LeBron Steph curry magic, Dr J Jerry Westville Jackson, coach K Bill. Russell Yao Ming Cheryl Miller, Lisa, Leslie. Well, what a fascinating group to talk about the game. They love. Absolutely. And one of the there's an emotional side to it that I think for me as someone who grew up playing and and still plays. And and really loves the game on that level. Anyone who has played whether we're talking about in the playground or at a high school level or wherever they played every interview began by asking the subject, whether it was LeBron James, David Stern Kobe. You name them. Asked him the same question. How did you fall in love with the game of basketball? So it's just amazing to hear these stories from the people at the very who achieved more in basketball than any. Well, it's kind of fell over the same way that you would mean anyone else did, you know, playing on the playground in some cases, making their own basket shooting stocks in their bedroom over the over the top of the door. I mean, it's the same story is for everyone. They just happen to be great at it. I have some neighbors from Europe and some neighbors from China and the China with over a billion people there. They're just basketball crazy over there. And the European France told me, I said, what's the most popular sport in Europe? Let's say well, of course, it's at soccer. And it's always going to be soccer, but basketball's number two. And I tell you what with kids with people under thirty basketball is making gains and in twenty or thirty years, it might be the most popular sport. Or you know, and that's been the genius of the NBA. I think you can probably say it started under David Stern and with nineteen Ninety-two dream team helping sort of put basket. Ball on the global stage. And then of course, Adam silver, the current commissioners has kept up that global mission of the sport really trying to market the game across all the world over like, you said, I mean, whether it's China, and all this sort of shoe deals that have come out of there for for for players to Europe. And it is really it's something that the NBA has done a better than almost any other major American sport ad for sure I in making, you know, bringing they're bringing sports to other countries and sharing it and having other people fall in love with it rave Bartholomew. One of the authors of basketball, a love story. Joni dates with you NBC sports, ABC's sports radio dot com at Raith, RAFI boobs. Bill OGSM is the Twitter handle, west Springfield, Massachusetts. And Dr James Naismith. He's trying to look for an activity when when the weather was bad for it was raining or snowing outside, and he couldn't think of anything he had to keep these kids occupied. So he put a couple of what Pete barrels at either end of the floor and that didn't work. Then he put peace baskets up on the wall. And all from that. We've got a multibillion dollar industry says it's a fascinating story. Yeah. And you know, one of the one of the great stories in the book, and you mentioned sort of the way to the sport, you know, early on early history. It is mostly a white sport. Then it becomes integrated, and the the we have stories in the book from the real the pioneers the early greats of the game to Oscar Robertson Bill Russell's people who talking about coaches like John mcclendon who was one of the first great black coaches who who was an innovator who's really responsible for bringing out the the the fast break in the four corners offense. And he actually was games. Naismith student at Kansas. He went to Kansas specifically to learn from Naismith. So there you really get that that lineage of the sports from its roots to the modern game. And when you look at and as the game evolves from a white sport to what it is. Now. You know, if your kid coming over here, you're an immigrant or a black kid or a poor kid takes a lot of kids. You gotta get them together to play a game of baseball get the glove. Get the ball and go out to field or something and football. You gotta get a bunch of kids together and spend some money into basketball was the game for the poor and the immigrants so you just need a ball in a hoop, and that's it. You can play by yourself all day. Absolutely. I mean, you know, and many of the stories in the book, you have people like Bob Cousy who was born in France before his family, moved to New York City talking about how you know it out with these, and you know, REM whose family moved to the Yukon coach U Conn women's coach who moved his family moved from Italy to to to the east coast. They talking about how basketball helped him learn English help them, you know, become become become American get make friends be parts of their communities. And and that's whether it's someone moving to the United States from other countries or or kids born here from for neighborhoods come together that way, the the access the use of of playing the game just being able to show up at the playground. Even if you don't have a ball someone else will and that that that's really was the gateway for so many so many basketball players and just kids in general. Did you interview Ernie Grunfeld for this book because I know he came over here. I think when he was eleven or twelve years old from Europe with his family, and he didn't speak award of. English and the peak out his window at night and see kids playing on the playground. And he went down there one day and thought, hey, this is a game. I think I might wanna learn one day. Wow. No. Unfortunately, Ernie was not one of the people interviewed for this one. But exactly I mean, you could go, you know, there are so many more stories similar to the ones in the book. Like like earnings, at least, I at least we did get an interview with Bernard king, his former team university of Tennessee. Well, you and Jackie MacMullan. And and Dan chlorides writing this book basketball, a love story fascinating. What was the impetus who whose idea was this originally? And and how does he three get together and decide to do this? It's it's an interesting story. It does it all begins with Dan cora's, the filmmaker who talked ESPN into letting him. Do. This epic epic basketball project, which is which in in film form, a twenty hour documentary film that that ESPN is going to be playing in the next month and he managed to arrange and conduct. These interviews and wanted to get this whole scope of the past present and future of basketball with as many of the important voices in the game is as possible. And and at one point in the process, he decided in addition to the film, he was working on. He also thought there was enough material because you know, there's so much going to be left on that cutting room floor, even with twenty hours of film. He wants. To also have a book using the same material. So that's when he reached out to Jackie MacMullan and myself and said, hey, I've got this huge stash of amazing interviews, you know, three hours with Bill Russell, five hours with Donnie Walsh. Just, you know, a amusing the wisdom, and and and and emotion in new stories, and he said, you know, let's let's also make a book out of it. So that's what so they gave us the transcripts and Jackie, and I kind of went off into our cave, and and and read through them as as fast and thoroughly as possible and figured out tried to figure out how to pull the book out of that raw material you look at a country like China with over a billion people. And you know, the government is crazy for basketball, the people love it. You know, Kobe goes over there any NBA player. They're just Bob they can't even leave their rooms. And and they've made a real commitment to the youth the government and signer to get them playing basketball developing Blair's, Stefan marberry, you know, who is a pretty good player. He's mike. Michael Jordan over there with statues of himself. I think out at that's where some of our next great players are going to be coming from. It's interesting. I think it's just because of the sheer numbers you expect there to be eventually some some more great Chinese players other than of course, y'all Ming who is a hall of Famer was NBA career kind of was cut short by injury. But still made a huge impact in during the years. He was able to play here shortly the sheer numbers of population wise, they're trying to control it that you you expect there to be talent on that level. But it also has to do with development. You know, I I I I actually, you know, be prior to this. I I wrote a book about basketball in the Philippines to where it is the most popular sport has been so for over one hundred years to tell you the truth, and the one of the differences is the competition here in the states is very hard to to to recreate in any other countries. So you can be the very best player in your country. But and still never have not even be in the top one hundred American compl-. And a lot of a lot of situations. So I think the rest of the world is still catching up, but we see in the composition of the NBA. Which is now, you know, more and more international every year that the rest of the world is indeed getting to that level. Yup. I remember when it came alive came out of Nigeria thirty years ago, and and people were saying, oh my God. This is gonna open the floodgates. They love basketball on the African continent. Here they come in. And it hasn't really worked out that way. And it's probably just a matter of not developed the developmental system. Isn't as good as it is here. Exactly, you know, in a lot of cases, there aren't as many here. There is not as easy access to courts..
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"Three. A nonprofit organization that is a coalition of church aggregations of different denominations worker association, schools and profit groups that come together out of beach sense of mission and concern for the pressures. Faced by families in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. So so what we do this in order to better understand those pressures. We meet with our own members. We talk about the experiences of the families in our community and our congregations in our schools, and we have some real conversations about the real experiences, and we do this without a any type of ideological shouting matches. So we actually develop the leadership skills of our own members out to be more effective in the work that they do. And which is just being engaged in the democratic process would civic leaders and public officials on any issues that concern about family. So that that's one of the things that leads us to being able to do this accountability session. That's coming up on on the thirtieth. And of course, the voice action fine. It's the five oh one C four arm, which that's what allows us to do our political works. We're really excited about about this accountability session. That's coming up next weekend. So in your introduction. Josh I mentioned that you are with a Baptist denomination and a coal. I mentioned that you are with the church of Christ denomination. How did you all ever get together? Yeah. That's a great question. So Mayflower is actually a congregational church. And you know, voice has really just given us the tool to come together and advocate for the needs of the community. So as the leaders and members of the community are dropped to really advocate for social Justice. It's really understand our community and hold those in power accountable. You know, we really get a chance as members of voice to really lift up the stories of our neighbors. And really ask for a commitment from those who wish to be in power to advocate for those needs. How old is voice either one of you can answer that he wanted to try Josh. I believe I know I've been involved with voice for for over over four to five years. I think it's been about that long. It's not a little longer voice has been going strong for very long time. And was there a particular of thing that happened that inspired? I'll say like minded people, but not necessarily like partisan like religion, like whatever. But like minded in that you appreciate a good discussion. Was there a precipitating event that made this group come together? Well, I think that, you know, the reality is that, you know. Of course, I'm I'm a member of a a predominantly African American church on the northeast side of Oklahoma City. And what we find is regardless if you're on CD's has made if you're Nichols heels. If you're in force park, if you're if you're in Capitol Hill wherever you are there. There are issues that plague every family in every single one of those community. So that the issues that that voice are really kind of what our art Brodsky is if you will is economic Justice its education, and it's restored Justice. So that's really where we hang our hat, and where we put a lot of our energy and. Working to advocate for our family is you know, not too long ago. OGSM was before the the corporation commission of outraging feeds voiceless right there, and every single one of those public hearings advocating against that the restorative Justice relative to all these prison fees, when even when you're released from jail, you have to continue to pay fees, and and is just a bargain to you relative to you trying to make a better life with yourself, of course, education. And of course, we're all concerned about education. For for both. Myself, and we both have have children young children. So we definitely concerned about, you know, our kids feature not even only our kids, but all feature relative to education. So that's where Ripa voice, that's where we hang our hats relatives are our efforts in what we do to really advocate, essentially advocacy for the voiceless. That's what it's all about in. Social Justice advocating for people who may not be able to even advocate for themselves. Nicole how large of an organization is voice. So I believe we are roughly about twenty five different congregations workers sociation schools, a nonprofit groups that have come together. And so would you guess like a thousand people perhaps? He may have a better number. Know, it's it's not that important that I I'm reading Facebook post and one of the Facebook things I'm reading it to his being one of our one thousand persons strong accountability session. And I thought oh, I bet they have a thousand members. So I may have made a jump there. Right. Well of our congregations, and are groups that have come together we do expect a thousand plus people to attend. And I know that the word is spreading to those who may not have heard voice before to really come to the session to hold our potential leaders accountable. Part of the session is going to be focusing on education. Like Josh had mentioned, you know, the funding is still not there to restore cuts that were made to the classrooms were still facing outdated books lack of materials overcrowded, classrooms missed planning periods. But at the same time, we don't want education funding at the expense of our other social service programs. So, you know, we're going to be a thousand plus strong here to really hold our potential leaders accountable and get those commitments to these issues. That's incredible. Okay. So what Saint John missionary Baptist church? Where is that? Say giant missionary Baptist church is is off of north Kelly schist. South of I forty four. Oh, so just Martha by forty four sixty third and and more Kelly. Saint giant is just south of I forty four on on on north Kellyanne avenue right through your light here in Oklahoma City. And how challenging was it. I'm fact, I may have to ask this question. And then take a break and let you think about the answer. But how challenging was it to get? The gubernatorial candidates.
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"These stories, and please share them. Dad is eighty eight. He can't hear I'm trying to get in get him in front of Dr Jason Lyon deck concepts chore. I still think there's some hope maybe we can get some hearing back. But hey, I'm I'm glad he's around. So at this point, it's the end of World War Two one of one of my dad's house guests was raped, and there were concerns about repeated rapes and so they hid in a lake. They had an estate they had a lake and they hid in a boat on a lake their dog came down and started barking and kind of tipped off the Russians that there were people there and so data. Let's let's pick it up from the lake and and what happened next with your close encounter with the Russians. Yeah. Okay. Again, dire. Back seventy five years the Russian front. Head rolled over rush. Hour house was right open. It was big manor house people help themselves, and we were in on the lake, and we could watch we had a ringside seat of people carrying things out furniture goods clothing. You name it. My father lost his cool. He says I'm going in. And I'm beating somebody up. Which was not a good move. He did. There was a group of three people turned out to be Russian civilians. They probably POW's she had worked on a firm or ineffective. Anyway, it was eleven at night. And he goes to show with an or and starts beating on them. This stream nj we back tomorrow. We will kill you. He gets back into the boat. And yes. They're coming back the next day since you were my father used or if it's pretty clear that on the late show. Three guns trained on us. Three Russian standing on the shore. Beckoning asked cameras sure, we do go. Sure, they fresh. And in the pocket of my fathers coach defined a nine millimeter shell the carrying that you use for hunting. Eric and bore. My father was a hunter and us involved in warfare shows locate him, you apart is on your gorilla. And they were questioning as here we should. And every time the amnesty question. Shadow salvo over my head through they were three guns after this short of underscored the questioning, which is very difficult since none of us had Russian in school. Show. We. We saw this is going to be it. Three very mad Russians. How to explain to them that the shell is for again for beers aarc? My father pointed to the house. Cou people to out of the three we could tell by their gestures wanted to shoot. I. The other one who spoke reasonably good German cautioned. My father kept pointing to the house. That would like to explain it. And. He said, look we go to the house. I can show you you can have food. I can't give you food. I have what is your magic words for any Russian, and you can shoot us after dinner, we feed you. That's changed the atmosphere. Sure, they marched us. Through the park, and we came up. Out of the park, the big house and started going. You're big capitalist. If you're living in a big cash. We got into the harsh showed him the trophy netra hanging on our wall. The one kept a gun on us. Two two. Shirts you, but we're rain checking the harsh. And. One of them. Founded the middle the badges the the medals my father had earned in World War One. So we start OGSM. This is we don't need that show. The Russians looked at him. Should you were good shoulder? So it had turned we found food we've found Bush. And we parted as friends and the Russian who spoke reasonably good German. Shook hands with us. And shit. Get out of the big house here, you will be dead. Sure. We had no idea. What to do? We couldn't flee on the on the lake anymore. At that moment, a farmer a neighbor. Walked in the front door. His name was passion. And he came up shit major. My father had been a major in the war. Major you coming with me. You cannot stay here at at put you up save, you advice, Q you. And my stepmother said give us a moment. I wanna put some some things in a suitcase. Passion said no. You're leaving this moment. Bitcoin Shingo fire. You follow me? Shingo fry. We take the women in the middle. We're not going to run, but we walking Bush to my house. We did. He said there were no Russians. There was maybe. Eight hundred sheet rock there was very long walk. Shapely get to his house. Argue to the women all the women in the hayloft. The rest of us stayed with him. The women's state in the hayloft. And remember, this is the first week in me, they stayed in the hayloft until early July. Then the plundering the raping stopped. There was order again. And. We should arrived, obviously. Or we wouldn't be here on the air today. It was your wife time and Kappa people rescued as a very nice Russian. And a very very nice neighbor who came to our rescue right at the right time. So. Launched short-story law turned out. Okay. Thank you. And thanks to that Russian. And thanks to that neighbor. God knows where I would be. And you know, what your dad raised me? He would always say look he would say most Americans take their freedom for granted. He said I survived. Hitler is survived Stalin. I will never ever take my freedom for granted. Mazing those stories Paul. I mean, I just I have chills. I know the listeners do as well were Susan, and I are gasping here in the studio heat. Your dad is a gift, and we are so grateful for the opportunities when you're with him. Everyone wants him to be a regular feature on the show. But I had to explain that. We can only do this when you're home in Lancaster because Volker staff, and he can't do it on the phone. Yeah. It's weird. I communicate better via Email then I do face to face, and then I have to shout and he gets every third word, but I'm going to be back in mid October. I'm going to be back here in early November. And so every time I come home, if it's okay with listeners and okay with you. I'd like to have data on there's a lot. We can learn from older people all older people. And I've heard a lot of Volker stories, but I hadn't heard those. So I'm really grateful to every time. I learned something new. Thanks for letting me share these thanks for letting dad share these amazing. Give him a big hug. Okay. We'll. But right now, I need to tell you that it's three forty eight. And that's a week's and jewelers time. Check Wickson is an unwavering commitment to the exceptional an expert team at Wickson jewelers will ensure your visit is nothing less than unforgettable CO,.
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"Lots of. NPR tonight continue with Kevin Brexit true. Hopper. Well, thank you so much for joining us time now for our replay of the evening earlier this morning with Murph and MAC forty Niner marquees Goodwin hopped on to talk about that huge week one game in Minnesota. Against the Vikings all favor. Rollet wide receiver marquees Goodwin. Back on the Murph and MAC show. Bright and early on the guest line marquees. Great to have you back. I'm Paul McCaffrey. We saw down there in August. How are you this fine? Wednesday morning marquess. Good morning. I'm blessed. I'm just grateful to be alive today. Ios at the does marquees going to have bad days. I mean, you always waking up feeling good, right? Always I never have a bad day waking up. All right man has the vibe. Now, listen, everything was going so good. And then the jerick McKinnon injury it broke, everybody's heart. How are you guys coping with that in the locker room as an offense man, tragic to go through something like that, especially you know, one of your starting somebody who you brought in this organization and. The team, but we have guys who ready to step up and ready to assume that role in. So I look forward to seeing what those guys will do. And we gotta do it for Jerry this week. Nice. And of course, you know, in the NFL, this is the age old story. They call it next man up. Right. So all of a sudden Alfred Morris, right? I mean, did you know him from around the league at all? Or or what's it been like with Alfred Morris coming into the locker room? Yes. I knew him around the league. I didn't personally know him before he came to this organization, but I'd seen out for play when he was at the risk. And then when he basically led the league for one or two years in a row eighty really will in cows up as a scheme. So I'm definitely excited to see him play in the regular season game. He did his thing when he got in a game in a race either. So. I expect great things from you. And then the young man, Matt Brita? I mean, here's a young guy was not drafted at Georgia. Southern he's going to be in week one NFL forty Niners. Vikings and they're going to be putting a lot on him marquees. What can you tell us about Breda the looking his eye or what's in his heart? And is he up for this? I'm just proud of him the work that he's put in the dedication. And the the focus that he's he's shown them in as a rookie and being able to play in the league this so hard to make it in, you know, him coming in undrafted and just being. So athletic, and so well put together I'm just happy to see where he'll take. Well, he'll he'll take his ability this year. Now who wins who wins marquees Goodwin? Matt Brita forty sixty hundred two hundred what's it gonna be? Matt Brita that question here. And then you right in. I think we're talking to right? We're talking to the Olympia. Marquees, you know, it's an interesting off season for the forty Niners. Where for the first time in a long time there's expectations now people are expecting big things from this team. And I'm just wondering you personally, what your own expectations might be. Or what your own goals might be for the yourself and this team going into the season. I'll give you my goal for this team in just a wing obviously last year, we got off to a rough start. And so this year, I would like to show that we are capable of finishing finishing games the right way and not making a close as they were last year. Mature this year. Offense for a second year in a row. A lot of mistakes that we made last year towards the end of the games kept us from winning those games. So I look forward to seeing how we will respond to versity this year, and when we're down or when the game is tight if we'll pull through knuckle up and just you know, pull through with a win marquees Goodwin. Forty nine wide receiver getting ready for Sundays chip Minnesota me very exciting. Ten AM kickoff. And of course, marquees out there doing his thing with Jimmy G. And we've talked to you now multiple times about your connection with Jimmy Garoppolo. And I don't know if there's anything you can add over the summer. I mean, are you guys adding dimensions to what you do on the field. I did this summer workouts training camp. Make you guys that much more in sync. And how does that play out for you guys man, obviously any reps that you can get with each other well about timing and held out in different situations. Working with Jimmy has been a thrill getting to know him off the field and getting to know what he's about definitely that chemistry both on and off the field. So I look forward to play on for sure. Kitchen kitchen balls for him this year, and then, you know, your teammate Pierre Garcia didn't get to get that last year. Now, he's been doing it. I wonder if you guys ever you're sitting at the meal table, and you you look at peer, and you're like see this is what I was telling you about right? Hey, he's OGSM grew. So he's always read always prepare you see in India when he stole the ball from me out there. Hey, that's just the Tasman says are working and his determination. When a ball is in areas, he is in and I love him put up because he prepared that way. And when he comes to the game, it's like another level. So I can't wait to see him ballou to peer Garson Jimmy G, mat Brita marquees, go. And now we're gonna talk about the coaching situation because Kyle's coming into year two now Kyle Shanahan. So I'm looking up your career you played in the NFL for Doug Marrone and Rex Ryan, right? I guess one game with Anthony land. I think or is that right guys two games. Yeah. Yeah. So here's cost Shanahan. Plus he different from guys you've played for. And if he is going to be wildly successful. Why do you think that is? What's different is? I mean, he's just a little bit younger the coach. Wow. Yeah. But it is file is different. I approach today is different. He's so smart, not taking anything away from other coaches. He's definitely more relatable in a sense of his age and him being able to communicate with us to where we can understand and comprehend and and he knows how to motivate us in different ways than I see older coaches try to approach things. And you know, I have a great vanity for that. Because, you know, having a young coach a lot of the times, it's hard to communicate. You know with them not having much experience of a head coach in the league. But you know, been around town he knows his offense. He knows what he wants to get out of this offense and out of this team as far as winning games, he knows how to do it. So a knows how to communicate well to all we have to do is just comprehend it, and and master it up in NBA on the same page, and I look forward to that this year. So what you're saying is that Doug Marrone didn't get care packages from low Wayne is that what you're saying. Probably not. Got no care fact Lil Wayne, George strait wherever you want. Who is Rex Ryan? Rex Ryan might have tried to do something like that. Right. He was a character. He was a heck of a cure. Hey, greg. Definitely one of the best characters. I've been around in this league fun stuff last couple minutes here with marquees Goodwin. Always kind of yours. Now, we're gonna talk about the match up on Sunday, man. The Minnesota Vikings defense is no joke. It led the NFL in some key categories last year. And I'm looking at that secondary Xavier Rhodes is a super talented, dude. Harrison Smith at safety. I mean, this is it's on the road against a great defense. What do you see on film? And and how seriously are you guys? I know you're taking it seriously. But this is a real tough challenge week one. Definitely a tough challenges. Any other football game is planning. This league is definitely are nothing. Easy about it. No, sorry team is just different schemes. And so when you know facing the Minnesota Vikings whose highly ranked and a lot of different a lot of different stats. I really just started out the window and try to focus on each player and try to sniff out the weaknesses that they have and work with my strengths. And so far. You know, I've seen a few things I'm not going to expose it on the radio. But hopefully, you guys will tune in. Sunday. And you'll see you will see there will be well prepared for this game. And I look forward to it being week one. I'm excited the season is finally here. No more preseason. It is time to get this thing going. Yeah. I hope the fans are excited as I am perfect. Perfect marquees. Hey, and then finally, you're always so thoughtful, you've given us some great answers on big topics. And the man Colin Kaepernick showed up in the news with Nike, and they said believe in something even if you have to sacrifice everything. And of course, there's all sorts of reaction, the president United States said it was a terrible message for Nike the send. And I know you've been involved in all this. So what is your feeling about cap hooking up with Nike and the message that sending to everybody out there? I think it's beautiful just the opportunity that is given for his not only his platform. But. A message to younger kids that you know, if you do believe in some do not be afraid because it's what you believe in, you know, right, wrong, or indifferent. And I think that speaks to all of us as a whole we just need to come together. And not judge each other based off of what we believe in more. So just helping each other do the right thing and help this country move forward. And I think you know, Nike is a great representation of the opt out represented represented by Nike since two thousand ten man goes back even further if you couldn't count college. So, you know, I'm grateful to be a part of that. Grateful to be friends with capper Nick and his walking his journey. And I hope it is message gift conveyed in the right way to where people are able to, you know, open their hearts and just listen to the message that he's trying to stand in the world. It's not anything that he's trying to he's not trying to bring us down. He's not trying to bring anybody down. He's not trying to say anyone back. He's trying to get everybody to mess together and move forward. So we can find resolutions to help in this world be better for not only us, but our future. And well said as always marquees does it upset you that doesn't have a job a young man with that kind of talent. Unbelievable. It's very upsetting. You know? But you know, I know that God doesn't make mistakes and what he does. And so we just pray about it. And we we continue to have hope that he does get picked up. But it's unfortunate that he doesn't have a job. This is only because you know, he stood up with something that he believed in. So, you know, God willing he gets his opportunity, sewn, and he'll be going to feel. I we ended up with the heavy stuff. So last one back to the back to you and hyped up. And what do you have a routine that gets you going on Sunday? They're going to be doing that skull chanted Minnesota clarity. Alright. What do you? What are you gonna do? You put your headphones on and listen to some certain music the night before or what do you do the night before? Yeah. Listen to my music like and on com. Calms me down. Nice. I wake up in the morning. I'm all rat from Nanno. And when I get to the games, I generally don't listen to music, I like to listen to the Buna trash-talking because it's just fueling Mia. Glenn me ready. Yeah. So when I when I feel that in the stadium here on my arms will rise my hair on the back of my neck will ride, and that's just that's charging the flash up in the flash ready. So. Yeah. We gotta get ready. Yes. So good marquees one last recommendation serenade gospel about some old Aretha. Right. Not the misery Franklin, man. You know? I appreciate all she's done for generations. And all the great memories. And and the the great movie this she's put out so, you know, our ESPN SEC me this year. Yeah. Yeah. More keys. Okay. There's a reason why all our writer buddies gave you that media award man, you know, how to how to communicate at a high level. Yes, you do. Hey, hey, I might take on jobs. You never know. I'm just keeping the chair warm for you, man. When you want it only recommendations you get the afternoon show. So you don't have to get up early wake-up call man, that's harsh. Great monkey man, go go get all hyped up. And enjoy the heck out of you. And Jimmy, and Kyle and Pierre and everything and go do it. And we'll we'll be watching. Thanks for coming on. I appreciate. With the show on Twitter at Cayenne..
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"From WHYY in Philadelphia. The finale for this season of Evan are amplify. When last we left our heroes Eleanor based on challen ger stories can compete with Orgeon news. I would take you off Seattle, fine. I got a story. I'll expose OGSM news as a propaganda machine based on live OG and news. The fake news channels started by eleanor's arch nemeses, the Oma Krahn Gama's. But now Eleanor has the proof. She need a book full of secrets, the vans whack family, secret tone. It links them altogether berry OG news, the Brunswick academy and the Macron Gama's Eleanor. This is too big. You've gotta be careful how you, here's the plan, b. sneak into the OGSM news studios somehow on the air and expose OG news as a fraud in front of their own audience. What could possibly go wrong. Nothing berry, stop, worrying. Nothing will go wrong. I just wanna. Make sure you've thought this through. Did you read the sacred Thome skimmed it? It's really damaging. It says specifically that the Brunswick academy is evil and that it's only goal is banning the power of the bonds, wack family, wow. And every single Vence wax. Vincent has written chapters in it including Oscar and Gretchen with the Macron Gama's themselves wrote down their evil schemes along with all the other evil schemes of their whole family. Yes. Look here it says like we should totally start a fake cable news channel, two trash, Eleanor, amplified o. m. g. I love that idea Oscar. They wrote that down. Yes, this is trap. I've considered that phone. Get us a goober to the OJ new studios, a -firmative. Yep. Yeah, hi. You to know each other recurred. We'll acquaintances. That you know you got away, man. I know you really wanted that Jenkin ball. What on earth are you talking about? It's a long story. A thief dressed up like a unicorn stole something from Dr Gordon and I was chasing him, but he got away what he knew. Gordon wouldn't tell me, but it was a bright glowing orb. Roughly the size of Jagan. I say you're going. That's right. Bam, bam, sick with what's your face? Judo. She used to be bruised Angela Brandt. You watch that show bam, bam. The news man, why? Not? Bam, bam. Just done. Like saying to be mad. Like what's all bath. Right. I guess what I'm saying is I don't really trust anybody, bam, bam, this is it poor around back. You're the boss, man, just Google driver. Right there that access doors propped open. Perfect. That's a coincidence. Don't everything gets come on Barry. Thanks bam. Good log, trespassing, whatever. It's pretty duck back here. Where are we? I think we're backstage Eleanor. This all feels kind of slapped together Barry now it's fine. This is a TV studio, right? We'll sneak around find a camera York. The controls and get on TV. That's nuts. They won't work. Short will stopping negative. I'm sh- did you hear that it sounded like a. Let it go. I'm breath the next episode of bread. From n. new studio, who's the host with the most two bucks. Who served the facts with the side of extra bacon who can bowl the truth, like a hungry, tiger. Angela brand, and this is brand force. Red's
"ogsm" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
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"ogsm" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"It's great to have you on how are you i'm good jim how are you today nick i'm doing great it's great to visit with you may i ask you about your team in vegas for the summer league if i start right there what do you make nick of what you've seen from your guys and what kind of conclusions are information can you ultimately take away from summer league play well we we got a couple of things going on jim i mean we got a rotation guys ogsm nobu who's a starter for us and you know we're just trying to give him a lot of touches and expand his game a little bit offensively he was pretty much a spot up three point shooter you know he kinda kinda hangs out and waits for roseman lowery and those guys to kick out to him and he did a really good job he's kind of a defensive specialist but just trying to expand his game a little bit off the bounce in the low post a little bit and then just you know just decision making so that's one of our primary things and then we got two or three other guys that are kind of on the fringes one contract player in two guys that have been with us as two way players and in our in our g league team those three guys are are again fighting for a little bit more playing time or fighting to make the team or fighting to get the training camp so kind of focused on on those four players really nick nurse my gas boy nick sounds like you said right in you know it's been a little less than a month since your name the head coach of the raptors cut ask what were your first few weeks in charge like well it was it was pretty wild jim you know to be honest you can't you can't really explain it like this the amount of people that are contacting you know a lot of wishing you well it's it's really nice and then there's a whole fleet of people you know obviously trying to get on the staff or recommend people for the staff etc and obviously a lot of media to do at the beginning it's just a it's just a pretty pretty big whirlwind but but man it's fun you know it's it's obviously different this time of year as an assistant you're kind of chill and hanging out a little bit and when you're the head coach or a new head coach you got a lot on your plate you got a lot of people talk to nick rose talking about that might be one seat over but that one seat is moving at one seat over might as well be a million miles i mean you mentioned being an assistant even though you're an assistant with the raptors for five years and messiah jerry go you to go way way back he didn't immediately name you the head coach after the team parted ways with dwayne casey some curious what was the interview process like and was there any part of your thinking guys i mean you've known me for five years what else do you need to know well jimmy no i kinda thought i was going to have a really good chance to be a head coach this year i was talking to some other teams and had interviewed with a couple of teams and was maybe planning interview with a couple more until until things shake out in toronto the way they did i just didn't expect it to be in toronto to be honest and when it happened you know they said hey we want to talk to you and and you know they kinda interviewed me early on like like like i you know so then they had a process of getting through some other people and it did take a long time and and i was getting a lot of calls and tax about oh it must be so frustrating four year degree waiting and it didn't it didn't really bother me that much jimmy kind of it kind of made me feel like i was back in the g league of the d league people kept saying well how can you can't get a call up to the nba and i was like i don't know but i'm i'm have fun doing what i'm doing i'm sure learning alarm and and the chips fall where they may.
"ogsm" Discussed on talkRADIO
"You the best book is available this week coming up at just after quarter to the hour before we are able to mike graham at ted fascinating story that's emerged that britain's leading private schools have refused to allow their pupils to be guinea pigs for this summer's tough new he's now more than five hundred thousand state school peep has been doing an all during the new tougher gps's which the schools minister nick gabe has said are more rigorous by teachers have been warning that lot state people's could end up with worse exam results would shut them out from getting the top grades and getting into top universities because these gps's also much tougher and much more difficult to prepare for because they haven't got paul's papers to look out for instance but the top's thirty private schools in the country including each and college in winchester of all of those only one is exclusively doing the same gcc's which state schools are taking the rest or taking the international gcc widely seen as an easy attest to how is this happening and how unfair is this sean griffis is on the line she's education editor at the sunday times and joins us good morning to sean morning julia now i'm right in thinking that for many years private schools the top prep schools they actually shunned the orgy searcy because it the tv's in that she put their kids in for international disease because they were considered to be more rigorous in a better wreck i highly recognize exam but the new is more rigorous than that one and so it's almost like the tables are turned well that's certainly what the private schools are arguing today and this week that the international jesus he's very hard and they were harder than the ogsm and you know they all good and fair and accurate assessment of children's ability naked they saying the schools minister is that the new tougher jesus he's a harder and i mean if you look at various obvious measures the international gps which the private schools are have stuck with it's a twenty five year olds exam has coursework and of course because being widely criticized because you can take it home you know there have been allegations that people have helped children complete it was the new says he doesn't have any coursework you just examined on a kind of final exam at the end of two levels like high to exactly like oh school o levels and also of course during no very few pass papers there are no past papers for these new jesus he's so you know over twenty five years of a new philosophy past papers have built teachers are very used to teaching the international gts's plenty of ways of looking back and seeing what kind of questions was set in the past but there's nothing there's nothing unfair about all the people who are going to face difficulties and maybe not get straight as they thought they were gonna get well that's kind of the point of the tougher exams and everyone isn't going to be getting straight as but they're all in the same way but of course they going.