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The Legend of Alejandro Kirk

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:58 min | 13 hrs ago

The Legend of Alejandro Kirk

"Today Dave talking about the legend of all a hundred kirk man that was fun to watch last night. Our. Listeners if you haven't seen the highlights pause this podcast call up the Blue Jays highlights from last night in to see something like you've never seen before it's. If, you can imagine a shorter maybe larger Pablo Sandoval plan catcher and going four for four and hitting home runs. I mean unbelievable. He's listed five eight to sixty five physically reminds me we you know you're trying to come up with the copper there were Sandoval Mike. was maybe being older Benjie Molina not young. But Older Benjie Molina and you could see the way runs. He's not ever going to be the Swiss guy. But part of the reason why I mean forget the you know the size and the shape. See Guy he's a right handed hitter. You do not see hitters in two, thousand, twenty hit the ball to right field away. He does that was I think. It's were to right field right including the home. Look. It's a he's a remarkable story for starters what he's only twenty one yet. Yes. Played above class say he can hit the bat looks legit. He walked more than he struck out in the minors last year and yeah, the Blue Jays have gotten dope production from their catchers this year. So can he play in the play offs I dunno buster yes. I mean you know who knows when we actually get there but you know when we reach this time of year teams, they don't really care what's in the back your baseball card they they don't really care when you were drafted or you know how much money they paid you. They only WANNA know if you're getting results, this is someone signed in two thousand sixteen out of Tijuana Mexico. As an amateur free agent and you know and I know teams are not going to be calling up catchers at age twenty one unless they wanna take a look

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Inside Jimmy Butlers Psyche

ESPN Daily

05:06 min | 21 hrs ago

Inside Jimmy Butlers Psyche

"Nick for Dell I WANNA start in a very important place here. The question that everyone I think is obsessing about at this point in the NBA playoffs. What the Hell is going on with this coffee business that Jimmy Butler is running. Twenty Bucks Cup twenty bucks it is some high level stuff from everybody who has had had a taste of big face coffey. Why is this guy selling coffee? Why is this happening because he can Pablo Nick Fidel is a staff writer for ESPN WHO's been covering Jimmy Butler ever since he entered the League in two thousand eleven this guy brought a French press with him into the bubble because he wanted to make sure that he had the very best coffee that there was. So in true entrepreneurs style. Jimmy is charging twenty bucks a pop cash only as he's said repeatedly. Last couple of months to teammates or whoever else wants the show up and and give them some money because I can't get coffee nowhere here that's my bump it up to thirty bucks a cup just depends people here can afford it. So anybody complaining. Through the years it's only the best for Jimmy, Butler on a lot of levels in in the coffee is the latest example of that. So we're GONNA take a deep dive with you into Jimmy Butler today but let's start with the most recent stuff because they're coming off this Saturday night loss against the Celtics they still have a two one series lead game four is Wednesday night but on Saturday night in game three, the heath tendency to get behind early finally did catch up with them and in the final minute when they're flirting with yet another potential comeback. We saw Mr. big face coffey himself sitting on the bench. Usually, in these situations, look beyond the floor and I don't know of Jimmy Barbara asked out or injury does not back in the defensive possession. Especially Butler. Meeting offense who In the same reasoning behind. So. What was going on there? Eric's bolster said flat out that. He's fine. There wasn't an issue. Babo I've watched Jimmy Butler. For years and years to take him off the Florida eighty point is a struggle because of how bad he wants to be out there but to take him off the floor at the end of a playoff game. I just wondering if if there's something lingering that we should all keep an eye on but. In fairness the Spoelstra he did have a bunch of shooters on the floor, and I, know Jimmy has hit some big three's over the course of the playoff bubble the last few weeks but that is not a strength of his game. So maybe everybody is telling the truth and maybe Jimmy's GonNa be fine but my Jimmy radar went off at the end of that game big time because you you just can't take him out he wants to be in there until the very, very end. So. Certainly, certainly something to keep an eye on. That is absolutely something to monitor, but prior to all that happening game three nick in this series, and in these playoffs, the Miami Heat have been surprisingly impressive as a five seed. They're currently ten and two in the playoffs, and with this two to one lead, they still have over the Celtics. Their hands are still on the steering wheel and the one guy steering all of it. The one guy at the center of these comebacks gave them that lead is Jimmy Butler. So. When we look at Butler's clutch moments so far. Which one stick out to you. WHO As far as Jimmy in this series. Those first few shots. Down, the stretch in game one. Everybody's focused on Bam's block and it really is one of the best there's ever been. Sky. With the block and rejection. That is a ridiculous defensive play. Aside. From that, you're watching. Pablo. Early in those games especially in the first one, they're just throwing body after body after body. Jimmy. And in the fourth quarter, he's making tough shot after tough shot. Shot Praise God Jimmy Butler giving Miami the lead with twenty two seconds to go. Butler against Tatum drives them Deep Pang. Shot up and then and one Jimmy Puckett's delivering again, twelve seconds to go over time you start seeing steals and gave to your like there's no way in the world that he would have won that game without him poked away by Jimmy Butler all the way down the other end Butler leaves it and crowder puts it in Jimmy Butler in the last four minutes delivering for the heat. Heroes made some shots and and drag it has been there over and over but it's Jimmy who is setting the tone.

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Lange Twins Old Vine Zinfandel 2017

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

05:01 min | Last week

Lange Twins Old Vine Zinfandel 2017

"Cheap. Wine. Dot Com. Review we put on the. CHEAP WINE FINDER DOT com website Levin years, and going strong. And today we have. Wine. Let me grab the bottle of lane twins. State. Older, by Zinfandel. Lodi. LISTSERV fifteen dollars and I found for twelve ninety nine for this is not an expensive why? And the stateline they own. Several vineyards. ONUM. It's all bears and the Lodi Appalachian, which is the Central Valley. Most. Most wind come from the coast central coast to coast. Lodi Clarksburg are a little bit of different they're. there. They're in the river valleys to the San Pablo Bay, which is the northern part of. This is a fairly well, I wanted to state wine. Not, single vineyard state by. The Lang twins are actually identify wins the. Fourth Generation. Family started. Farming in Lodi in the eighteen seventies in their first vineyard and the ninth eighteen sixteen. which is not that unusual. If you look you look into some of these big name Lodi. wineries they go back a hundred hundred and fifty years. Fairly regular basis and while there are wineries, other Appalachians have. Long Histories. Load is everywhere. and. Why is old vines? And there's a wine axioms. Wine Grapes half the struggle. To become. Complex. And best vineyards in the world are some of the worst land. Almost. No nutrients wraps through. No moisture. Justice not. Survive and thrive. Old Vines since they're old and. On their own without having any additions around them. So you KINDA GET A. Rape fine that is doing what you wanted to do. Donna dependent. From where what? Agriculture land is around. Old Lines are. kind of like highly sought after. These low dial binds are from. Before prohibition and they made communion wines. Church. Oceans communion wine. During prohibition. Kept him going and then the white Zimba trades the sixties planted. Zinfandel everywhere I just keep up the craze in those vineyards which are so so back mid day are sixty seven year old vineyards that are kind of. Little, jewel? How is the? State. Just. Kind of. Like about Lodi. There's a dealt with the same. There tends to be a bit of. A BIT OF A. Local resemblance or they're kind of. The kind of the middle I really liked that. Really High in Norman's infant infantile snappers those fast robles. Tend to, be more classic. Like it when you get this rougher edge to not a lottery rough that just just a little bit. That's my favorite. They tend to be less expensive on top of and there's a lot of great simple producers in California. Really great producers in California. Lodi does a for me may not prices usually right I'm gonNA, take a SIP. Tend to be less expensive clean here you get a single vineyard away a state multiyear Weinberg Thirteen. Don't really find that with some of the bigger producers, their winds there. Are More expensive to not only is it a style that I liked? Cheaper and we actually won DOT com. Also. There you go.

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Zverev beats Carreno Busta to reach US Open final

ESPN Radio

00:21 sec | Last week

Zverev beats Carreno Busta to reach US Open final

"Semi finals of the U. S Open for the man, Alexander Zverev lost the first two sets the Pablo Carreno Busta and then won the next three to wear to his first ever spot The Grand Slam final. You'll be there on Sunday. We'll take on the winner of the Danil Medvedev. Dominic team match right now Team won the first set, and they're tired late in the second of five games

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The story of Trevor Lawrence's life-changing summer

ESPN Daily

09:03 min | Last week

The story of Trevor Lawrence's life-changing summer

"So we just discussed how Trevor Lawrence is influence has been growing this off season I taking on issues of public health and racial inequality. But last month. The very thing that gives Trevor Lawrence his enormous Megaphone College football was put in jeopardy as players in conferences. Having. These discussions about canceling the season. What role in those discussions did Trevor Lawrence play. It was a Sunday night early August enduring. Trevor. Together again. There at travers fiancee's apartment and rumours are starting to pick up steam that some of the biggest most powerful conferences in college football the Big Ten PAC twelve that they're seriously considering, postponing their fall season, and this is coming at the end of a week. When of PAC twelve players have released a statement on the Players Tribune using the Hashtag we are united. And they've threatened to out fall CAM even opt out of games unless the conference mixed their demands for fair treatment and safety regulations and less the conference addresses concerns over racial justice, and meanwhile on a nearly parallel track, you have players the cost, the country, trevor, and fluted tweeting the Hashtag. We want to wait to express their desire to keep the seasonal live. So, in the Sunday night when it feels like college ball is teetering, it's actually dairying who decides to reach out to Dylan bowls. One of the players the Pactel's we are United Movement because endearing mine Houston gain. If we all join together the players in the we are united movement and the players in the we want to play movement that would be undeniably powerful for players who don't have concrete power who don't have a real seat at the table at least not yet their collective voice with the really hard to ignore because truly. So many of these fires want the same thing they want to play football this fall, they just want to do it in a safe responsible way. Dylan Daring, trevor they get on a three way facetime called a hash all this out to make sure they're all on the same page and that very quickly evolves into a zoom call with a dozen or so some of the biggest names in college football right Justin fields chew behind nausea. Harris And matter of thirty minutes, they agree to roll out a list of demands from this new fused Mecca Movement. It was amazing. How quickly we all got on the same page put something together I feel like the majority was getting spoken for. And we were like, Hey, we WANNA play. We want it to be safe but we do to take a watt mandated and universal safety procedures for Covid nineteen and they want to form players association. And it pretty much the stroke of midnight. These players, Tweeden Unison. But it's trevor naturally whose tweet is hurt the loudest he's re tweeted some fifteen thousand times including one quote tweet from President Donald Trump, and it's just a few days later actually that someone from the White House reaches out to Amanda Lawrence Trevor Lines mom letting her know that the president would like to get in touch with trevor. So hold on. So he has the president of the United States listening to him. Now let alone all of his peers across college football. What was that conversation with Donald Trump? Like? You know I would have loved to be a fly on whatever wall in whichever room that phone call took place the president has said really that trevor just reiterated his desire to play this season but trevor for his part hasn't divulged too much about that phone call. Conversation it was good I mean we just talked about kind of the whole we talked about that. We WanNA play like how's it going? How's it looking for the season and? president trump was just saying, yeah, I think our country needs college football and. then. Some small talk. Yes. We a little bit about what was going on in my life and vice versa. So that was pretty much the conversation though trevor is twenty years old the president of the United States wanted to speak to him. That is remarkable crazy. No matter which way you cut it. So. Let's recap here Halley Grossman because since March Trevor, Lawrence Age Twenty has faced pressure to help mitigate a global pandemic fight racism save the College football season display a level of political savvy and or gamesmanship that is obviously well beyond his years. So what else can you possibly be asked to do at this point? I mean look putting your stamp of approval which he's done on a list of demands that includes creating players. Association is a big deal. That's a radical way to reimagined that amateurism model that governs. College football right now but I think what this summer has shown is that trevor doesn't plan to quiet down you just a few days ago a whole lot of guys that original zoom call we talked about reconvened because they revealing again from a police shooting of a black man again, and so in the days after Jacob, Blake was shot. Trevor and Darien and Dylan, and a whole host of others talked once again to hammer out ways to help to draw attention to the issue and hopefully bring change. Trevor Lawrence football season is starting tomorrow and if all goes according to plan. He's GonNa win the heisman before becoming the first overall pick in next year's NFL draft teams have been salivating over his talent. There have been rumors that teams might even want to tank for Trevor Lawrence this season. So the question really that is, why is he even putting himself out there like this? Why even play the season? I mean that is the question, right? We have seen plenty a high profile opt-outs this season jomar chase at Lsu. Mike Parsons at Penn State today. Oregon. These are first round top ten NFL draft guys but no one literally nobody has less to lose by not playing the twenty twenty football season than Trevor Lawrence. are in a player having a job borough like. Or I don't know an asteroid hitting the earth, his Cossacks to go number one overall are safe, and at the same time, no one has less to gain by paddling the status quo or shaking up the current system than trevor does this system works just fine for him? He is a young white man. He's a young white quarterback, and so I asked Amanda, his mother that seems washing. Why? Why do all this? I put himself out there and she said something interesting she said look. there. are players out there who do need to even if trevor doesn't and there are people out there for whom the status quo and the current system don't work even if it works for him and he understands that now probably better than he ever has and he just wants to help. That's really it know told me one of his goals for the senior only meeting because he wanted everyone to understand that unless everyone is good no one is good and trevor, his best friend took that to heart. Of the day, there's so much division in our country. Just word of some people that WanNa see people together, WanNa see people love each other and I think that's where a lot of the things I do. It stems from that just wanted to see people happy together not divided. With all this pressure now from all of these different places in our country. Landing Atop. Trevor Lawrence's shoulders. What are you personally expect from him when the season starts? Because of the ways in which Trevor Lawrence has stepped onto center stage this summer it's almost easy to forget what it is. That gives him that stage in the first place, he is extremely good at his job. Term Lawrence is an excellent quarterback. Making predictions in two, thousand, twenty, hundred, probably a fools errand. But tomorrow, there's football comes we'll pay wake forest, and if clemson continues to play if they and the ACC and the big twelve and sec are able to play a full season, don't be surprised to see Trevor Lawrence back on the national championship stage. Don't be surprised to see Trevor Lifting the national championship trophy and along the way don't be surprised to see trevor continuing to speak out and perhaps that's one of the safest predictions you can make in twenty twenty. Life to be reflection of what I say and what I believe I've been thinking about everything that's going on and I think there has been some some moments where I had to say some things because it's just the right thing to do and it's time really is just how I live my life I want it to reflect what I say. I. Would always be the same person I want to be consisted. Eliot Grossman. Thank you for jumping on stage with. US. Thank you so much for having me. Pablo.

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The National Anthem in Sports: What's Next?

ESPN Daily

07:25 min | Last week

The National Anthem in Sports: What's Next?

"If you got an a time machine four years ago and set it for twenty twenty, your eyes would get wide for all kinds of reasons and the site of full teams superstars kneeling during the anthem with support from their coaches and owners and leaks. That would be one of the most startling. Players coaches. Game officials alike, all taking me in Orlando, our full moment before the game during the national anthem all of the players wearing black lives matter shirts most of them taking a knee including Naperville Central Alum Casey short and team made Julia. Earth's clearly emotions running high for both of them in that moment with a moment of silence here and respect pre-game in support of social justice seventeen different Texas rangers players took a knee during that moment including meadow door Robinson. Torino's NFL is kicking off tonight and whether you cosigned the venue of his protest or not Colin Kaepernick did prove something that both sides of the aisle can agree up. There is no ritual more sacred in American sports than the. Star spangled banner. It would be crazy to underestimate how it makes us feel. Fans as citizens on all kinds of levels, and if you're a musician performing the anthem, I'm testing the microphone check one, two, your the one who channels almost emotions and identities in that pregnant moment. Can you hear that John Batiste is from New Orleans. Say Julia. Grad. Who among many hats leads the band for the late show with Stephen Colbert. His latest take on the national anthem played before the first game of the NBA Restart in Orlando back in July. When players took the court amid questions of how they keep the focus on social justice from inside the bubble. Tonight's presentation of the national anthem has been recorded by musician producer activist and Louisiana Native John Booties. This great to be here. Thank you for having me. So I wanna know what went through your mind when you're contemplating how to perform this particular song at this particular moment. What did it mean to have this opportunity to remotely address this community amid a broader social movement in our country? Asking these questions of how we fit into society and what? Society owes us in what society continues to maintain the status quo have been questions that I've been wrestling with prior to. All of the social unrest that we're seeing. Wrestling with these questions in dealing with the dice, sport influences of black music and really chronicling my own personal experiences, a black man in America and as a musician from the south, and you know this this moment presented itself. And it really felt organic to step into it. The anthem really being this combination, this historical document if you will in our country. There's also there seems to be a flavor of like to my on educated yearly southern rap kind of feeling the beats that you put in there. There's the orchestra sound of drums. There's maybe some Hendrix. So I just want you to clarify what went into your arrangement. Era Pablo you heard a lot. So many strains of the black American experience. Me Bay from the south ahead of bounce being. That is something that I grew up here in all over the streets in New Orleans. I. Picked up the Guitar Midway through with this kind of nod to Jimi. Jimi Hendrix version from. Woodstock The Blues Music which came from sharecroppers and slaves that then evolved into rock and roll and RB. Adding that to the anthem with the classical timpanist and the cello being the counter line to what I was playing on the piano. Gives it this epic quality that I feel? I ask for a deserves. If. They were musicians. What kind of activism would my heroes portray in a moment like this o'hare? And Counter John Lewis. Out Gradually, but we wanted to be free now. mlk My poor little children. Will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of skin but by the content of character, I have a dream. Now, John Is there a particular rendition of the song throughout history that resonates with you. is so many but you have to pick Whitney. You know come on man. Yes. This was at ninety one super bowl at the beginning of the first. Gulf War. In ESPN history of that performance says the NFL wanted Whitney's version sped up and re recorded but. Whitney said No. WIT WITH KNEE HOUSTON. Sings the anthem the way that it should be saw. Law. John I gotta say the Marvin Gaye Nineteen Eighty three NBA all star game anthem that is the one song I have played at a party and people weren't immediately sure what it was, but they were down man it took like maybe ten seconds you realize wait a minute this is the star spangled better I-. Marvins version of the anthem shows you. that. You know. I will culture and tradition to make lemonade. You. Could take something and you could filter it through the black. Experience. And what comes out on other side is just as soulful and is refreshing and as completely dope as anything.

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Deshaun Watson Is Ready To Be Heard

ESPN Daily

03:44 min | Last week

Deshaun Watson Is Ready To Be Heard

"I want to start our conversation with a moment from your interview with the Shawn Watson for your latest ESPN cover story because you talked to him in July over zoom from your home in northern California where you are now and he was two thousand miles away in Houston and you ask them this very pointed question you asked what? Mean, challenges does a lack quarterback face when decided to speak up on social issues. How did this Shawn Watson answer that question? Pablo he answered it in two different ways and to very illustrative ways I would say. He started by saying I. Think you have to watch what you say sometimes. See I think I think you have to watch what you say sometimes. That was the the standard answer. And then he stopped he looked down is if almost to chastise himself, he slapped his hands on his knees and he said, honestly I'm GonNa take that back I felt like. I felt like. Whenever. Black. quarterback especially speaks up dowse world sometimes on their educated enough to know what's going on. So in reality they like, Hey, all. Black QUARTERBACK S. Shut up I know talking about. That switch that he made taking it from what the outside world would think of him to what he thinks of that I thought was was really indicative of this change that he's made personally in the last say six months. It was like he's still a work in progress. He's twenty four years old. He's a young man and he's still sort of has to remind himself that he's no longer straddling this corporate line that he's had to to straddle for three years as an NFL quarterback. Let's trace that trajectory then because in profiling Watson, you traveled to his hometown. Of GAINESVILLE. Georgia what did you learn about his thing? He started out in a public housing project pulled Harrison Square, and if you watch to Sean play, you'll see the wristbands that have eight, one, five on them, and that is as a Al-Majd to eight one, five Harrison Square where he started out with his mom and three siblings. Everyone says to Sean was was just this facilitator. He was everyone's and. He had this charisma about him where he would bring other people along just because he was confident in how good he was. He had been developing as a phenomenal athlete, not just a football player, but he was a great basketball player. and to Sean was just had this ability, he could do whatever he wanted even at that age. He would always pass the ball. He would always pick the kid at the end of line and bring him on his team. He just had that welcoming personality and he was not boastful he was quietly confident. And he became the star of Gainesville. Georgia winning a State Championship in football and taking his basketball team to the final four. From the outside, it appears that he had sort of a gilded life. We always start positive. We always you know anything any -versity of negative stuff that hit us. We always make sure that you know we learn from a real quick and then we turn to page and keep it pushing and keep moving forward.

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Novak Djokovic disqualified from U.S. Open for hitting line judge with ball

First Morning News

00:27 sec | 2 weeks ago

Novak Djokovic disqualified from U.S. Open for hitting line judge with ball

"Sports Novak Djokovic Struggle line judge with a ball during the first set of his fourth round match against Pablo Carreno, Busta at the US Open on Sunday, resulting in the world number one's disqualification

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Sleeping Soundly and White Grapefruit

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

04:36 min | 3 weeks ago

Sleeping Soundly and White Grapefruit

"The. Forbidden Fruit. The, smaller Schadeck. One of the Seven Wonders of Barbados. The grapefruit has been called many things in its history. And compared to the lemon or the orange. The grapefruit is a fairly recent addition to the citrus family. It was first spotted on the island of Barbados in seventeen. Fifty. By. Reverend Griffith. Hughes who documented his find in his book the Natural History of Barbados. Now, the genetic origin of the grapefruit is actually a hybrid mix. One, ancestor of the grapefruit was the Jamaican sweep orange. which is itself an ancient hybrid of Asian or inns The other was the Indonesian Pummel. One story of the fruits origin is that a certain captain attic brought Pablo seeds to Jamaica and bread the first fruit. Although it's more likely that it probably originated as a naturally occurring hybrid between the two plants sometime after they had been introduced there. The grapefruit like all citrus fruit is a Hispanic them or a large modified berry with a thick rind. And was known only as the shattuck until the nineteenth century. So, how did it come to be known as the Grapefruit As it turns out. It's a relatively new occurrence. The first etymology of the name grapefruit is from an eighteen fourteen book by John Lunen where it was said to have the name because of its resemblance in flavor to the grape. But that doesn't really make sense because anyone who's tasted a grapefruit knows that that isn't true. Most scholars think that he was just attempting to explain the origin of a name he ran across. The most popular belief for where the name comes from is that it actually refers to the shape of the fruit not the. Grapefruits grow on the tree in clusters, which often are said to appear similar to grapes. But there are only a few other languages that make the leak between grapefruits and grapes. In Romance Languages. Grapefruit usually shares the same name as its ancestor. The pomerleau. For example, pomp them Oh in Italian and pump Mussa and Spanish. In, fact Romanian is the only romance language to distinguish between the two. A. Few other languages have also adopted the American word grapefruit even though they don't have the same word for grape. Examples of these are Dutch Swedish and Turkish. But this has led some etymologists chiefly John Cardi to suspect that grapefruit is also named after the Pomerleau. The Pablo, scientific. Name. Is Citrus Maxima. which can reasonably be translated as great fruit. A reference to both the Pablo and the fruit size. After a few decades that may have gotten corrupted into grapefruit. But we may never really know for sure. Unlike other earlier citrus fruits like the orange, the lemon and the lime the grapefruit received a rather cold reception. Although already swimming and citrus at the time most fruit lovers and Florida found the grapefruit to be too sour to enjoy on a regular basis. As a result, it was not widely planted when the Florida citrus industry was rapidly expanding. In fact, the grapefruit was just considered an exotic novelty fruit until the late nineteen twenties.

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Why Lionel Messi Wants Out of FC Barcelona

ESPN Daily

03:05 min | 3 weeks ago

Why Lionel Messi Wants Out of FC Barcelona

"Sam borden six years ago we were in Brazil together and my facial hair situation was not good. I mean that isn't what stands out for me Pablo but. I think I. Think we all have different memories of experiences. SAMBORN is a global sports correspondent for ESPN and kind enough to forget the unfortunate beard I grew for five weeks while we were covering the two thousand fourteen World Cup it's actually kind of funny right I mean now World Cup in Brazil Lionel Messi was a big part of the story there and obviously is a big part of the story today to. We got to see Leo Messi in a World Cup final Sam and you fast forward six years and I bring you here today because Messi announced last week that he wants to leave F c Barcelona after a nearly seventeen year stint. Tell me why this is a big deal. The obvious answer is that Messi is the most famous athlete on the planet may be one of the most famous people in the entire world. He is not just a generational star he is a star that defines a sport. When you talk about people that are known all over the world for being absolute craftsmen absolute artisans at what they do messy is that guy? Governor. From the magical. Curiel who knows? He's a little guy from Argentina, who is an absolute wizard with a soccer ball? Hey, just tonsure. RIP UP OF REASON A perennial. He's magical. He's calculating. He's one of the most creative players with sport has ever seen. I said. I think one of the things that has always made him even bigger than just. As, see and other sports these his diminutive stature, he's not a giant he's not the one of these massive bodies. I've been in front of him several times and I'm five ten and I looked down on him quite a bit. To me that's what makes him during and beloved by so many people is that he kind of Rome's among giants and somehow finds a way to succeed in a way that no other player ever has coming up with gold medal messy. He made Barcelona. The juggernaut that it is today and him moving on that say massive seismic shift, not just in soccer but in sports.

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CDL Playoffs

The Center Ring esports podcast

06:42 min | Last month

CDL Playoffs

"Let's talk some CDL playoffs if you would indulge me. Because we now know officially the two worst teams in the League and the two teams going home with nothing you you collect your paychecks, but you get nothing you are the only people in the company not getting Christmas bonus. So congratulations to Seattle and La gladiators. Yeah I mean for for for both of. The two hundred K. minimum they you just. Lost in one series essentially right because even if the other to flake out next round, which could very likely happen. Just lost one hundred K now, the only person that's happy about this whole situation. Is Aches kids he he saved himself a little bit of time. He got a free weekend in if anything. He he out a couple of weeks prior. In our preview show and I posted up my bets. Earlier, today for those who follow on twitter I posted my betting odds and who I took. For today and tomorrow's matches because that was already up there I. Honestly I took. Seattle to cover the spread, which was just a plus one and a half meaning they only had to win. Just, take it to a map five which given the fact that I thought they were going to win. And I don't know why looking back on it. I'm dumb like what have we learned in CDL very rarely do we get surprised right? Very rarely? Are we shocked by outcomes with the CDL this year? That's not a bad thing. But Damn Seattle. They threw it in. I said Seattle might be one of the sleeper teams that could make. Losers out of the two teams that we thought were going to lose which were La. GLADIATORS LAG and. Which is super funny. Given their Elliott. Yup and and Seattle. Said gladiators. That's their overwatch. Watch won't be the last time. I've probably made that mistake a thousand times on the show and you never caught it so. They're purple there. You know you know how it goes For making that clear that's that's really on them. That's not my issue. La was going to be the team I. Thought guerrillas had more of a reason to throw it in just because aches did just recently bail on them pretty much publicly announcing like, yeah we don't stand a chance. So I thought that was the team was going to take it back to the locker room and be like guys. We really don't stand a chance, but they actually performed very well against a optic team that everyone is picking to be the sleeper team. The could've got three hundred though Kenny disconnected in both of those losses you know so For them, that was just a terrible situation that we're past. The point of you know the restart being possible according to the rules which nobody seems to agree with in even myself like both of those cases, it very easily could have been replayed. The score was close enough at the time in some cases even got closer than forty five situation especially on the hard point map where I think optic took the lead for a brief moment there but guerrillas got both of the winds on the backs of of Kenny getting disconnected. So yet theoretically did go to a game five but. I look at that series as it was fairly one sided in my mind. There were moments where guerrillas I thought looked really good but again, it's just so hard to judge either of their wins in both came in forty-five situation. Now, I didn't touch that when it came to betting I'm I'm an odds better image and really the odds weren't that great on either one like I hadn't had little faith in gorillas and it just wasn't worth the risk of losing it but I wanNA talk a little bit about the Kenny situation. So obviously, he had a sub in for game five. Because he he just wasn't confident enough in his Internet connection to survive. Again, because you said, he ended up dropping was it the first to? Map One and map four four. Okay. Anyway. He ended up dropping out of two lagging after I kind of put this on the League's on the League. In the sense of it is twenty twenty you gotTa have a separate client for your pro league for situations like this right and it's kind of the beauty with counterstrike in the sense of like it's very open source in the sense of any tournament organizers say the and it's happened before right? Some connection drop something happens and they need to reset will they kind of just take it to the next the most previous round and they can punch in there okay. What was the economy at whose economy was what? Okay you had this gun aright Pablo Bob Bam. Bam. It's now thirteen to eleven again, restart. I don't understand how the only solution we have four league. And I constantly bring this up because it does set the standard that costs at least like what twenty five Mil to get in the only solution you have to where if someone lags out in a game that's online right and you're in your servers are all over the place is well play ball right it is you play where the ball wise and I just I don't really it's almost like there was I mean obviously there's not a plan B but it's like they never even thought of what do we do right? Yeah like the developers the first to blame in this situation for night giving that ability right like the choose not to they noticed a yearly game maybe it's just extra work whatever. But then the CDL is is just as equally to blame because they need to also understand that those things are not possible. So we need to have rules in place that everybody feels at least most people agree to as being fair you know there are already rules in place prior to the CDL being there in both of those maps would have been replayed in either of those instances but the rule said that the CD Ellis has laid out. Didn't allow that to happen. So you're sitting there watching a four be five. Talk about a newsletter at that point like, yeah you might be rooting for the team with four, but it's so unlikely that it that it happens that it's you know. Throw players. Professionals this isn't some pug that you're playing in. Right. This is these are these are pros. They're not losing a four on five not going to happen.

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Democratic National Convention: Wilmington's waterfront has been turned into a high security zone

KYW 24 Hour News

01:19 min | Last month

Democratic National Convention: Wilmington's waterfront has been turned into a high security zone

"Waterfront waterfront has has been been turned turned into into a a high high security security zone zone and and a a large large swath swath of of it it has has become become a a major major media media hub. hub. That's That's because because the the Democratic Democratic National National Convention Convention That's essentially moved there from Milwaukee to accommodate nominee Joe Biden. Because of the virus. The story from Cabo W's Pablo. Anyone who remembers Philadelphia's effort to land the 2016 convention knows it's an exhaustive and expensive process. So imagine Wilmington's luck at having the convention land in its lap without lifting a finger. Yeah, feels great Mayor Mike Prison, He says Wilmington would never bid for a convention. The budgets and expectations are normally too big. For a small city. But with so little of the activity in person and those attending in person, pledging not to visit bars and restaurants, This one turns out to be just right. It changes the way the world will look at Wilmington, Delaware, forever. It's not just a corporation and credit cards and chemicals as it has been for years over sudden, there's another dimension to it. People are looking at the city. Definitely right now. Vicky does feel bad for Milwaukee. It competed fiercely to win the convention and has reaped little of the expected benefits. But that was likely to happen anyway, because Govind 19 restrictions and binds decision to stage. His acceptance at the Chase Center has just been an unexpected gift to his hometown, Pat

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Indigenous Artist to Artist,  Adapting To Pandemic & Daring to Dream

All My Relations Podcast

04:07 min | Last month

Indigenous Artist to Artist, Adapting To Pandemic & Daring to Dream

"Pam is a talented Laguna Pueblo and Apache Metal Smith who likes to push boundaries and expand the definition of what is considered native art. He came to fine art jewelry through the world of body piercing and learning to make his own jewelry there, and he now uses materials like titanium and complex. Processes to produce creative modern jewellery that reflects his cultural roots right now, he's working on these incredible titanium feather earrings that are colored brightly using some fancy submission process or something but they look like something a futuristic native warrior woman would wear and I absolutely love them. So he starts by telling us how Cova has deeply impacted the Indian art community. Everything started happening in the march timeframe right. So we had the heard show that those of us that were able to to participate in that we had that, but you could sense something was coming right I mean the attendance wasn't as high. And Man shortly after that is when the ish just hit the fan right like states are down like for for those of us here into Pablo's like the Pueblos shutdown really early I mean fast. Yeah. Just like straight up no visitors and then and then you really started hearing The reaction by organizations, riots swire. Then put out the notice that like we're going to postpone Indian market. There are number of other shows that I do outside of the native art market. Those shows are being canceled. A potentially had a museum opening like a Solo Exhibition slated for this year from the heard museum that gets postponed. So like all this obvious postponement like really happen rapidly right at the very beginning which I will say I'm very grateful that happened. Then because you can now plan right we're no longer we're not reacting to what's happening and I think that's what's really made. A transition in a sense a little more thoughtful and a little more purposeful because essentially I think all of us in the native art field we were I would argue to say we were one hundred percent or one hundred, very high percentage, right like eighty to ninety percent reliant on shows for revenue generation, and as you go into March and April and realize your entire year. Is Gone like there's zero opportunity i. think everybody really just dug deep and really started to think okay. How am I going to get through this? You know especially for those of us who are fulltime artists I, mean I've been full time for over twenty years. It's It's. So. So I think I think with any with any culture. That's. been resilient for centuries right. You're native population is really taken taking the bull by the horns in developing either innovative ways to to change their revenue dynamic oranges using what they already how which is. I think the case for most of us through social media these days right I mean being able to push out to get the word out to say, Hey, look, this is what I have available and I think more importantly there has been a lot of. Empathy in the sense that people within within the native art community and I think even a much broader sense those that collect art or are fans of makers that realize it's like if something is coming out right now the only way to acquire it as online. Right, there's no shows. So so I think you're seeing the dynamic by dynamic change a little bit more.

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The Fate of College Football's 2020 Season

ESPN Daily

04:22 min | Last month

The Fate of College Football's 2020 Season

"Ridden Berg thank you for taking a little bit of time after what is zoom is an incredibly chaotic day to chat with me. GREAT TO BE WITH IT'S A. Very historic and like you said wild and crazy time right now in college football, we figure out whether there'll be a season if there is who way. Adam Ridden Berg is scrambling to cover college football including the big ten. conference. For ESPN. Adam I want to start by rewinding a little bit actually from your perspective. What last week looked like because as a Friday, it kind of looked like we were GonNa have some college football. There was this path moving forward on that front and so if you had to make a chart. Of how things stood last week of who is in who is out who was on the fence for actually playing college football what would that chart have looked like? It's like an optimistic chart going back to two marsh but certainly even last week I still felt fairly optimistic about the possibility of a season. We had Yukon that announced on Wednesday that they weren't gonNA, play but they're independent. They're not connected to these television contracts like others are even these these group of five. Leagues. And then Thursday into Friday. He was hearing from sources around the sport that, Hey, this Mac meeting that was on Saturday in the mid American conference that was to be significant. That, there was a chance that at least one school was not going to play and others might be in the same boat and the whole league might decide at that point to postpone the fall season and football. It Yo it became clear that we were heading a lot closer to a you know a national postponement or at least a large groups of the College Football Leagues deciding not to play this fall. And so Adam you and I are talking at about six Oh five pm eastern time right now on a Monday so. What happened today and it will I guess what was the first thing that happened today on your feet? Well, again a lot we reported ESPN and others that the the big ten presidents were strongly leaning towards postponing that was on Sunday, and then you're the news that broke overnight was significant that this crash tag we WANNA play movement From Trevor Lawrence of Clemson and Justin fields of Ohio state. Some of the most prominent players in college football were getting real traction I mean this is your became the number one trending topic on twitter for a little while that was sort of the big story overnight and then today it's just monitoring. You know what's going on in the big ten. There's been reports that they've already canceled. That's not a at least as this recording that's not true. The Mountain West. Late, this afternoon did decide to postpone their seasons. So that's the second FBI's conference after the men American to decide not to play football and other sports this year. and You specifically cover the big ten that's your beat, and that's the conference. Everyone seems to be waiting to see what move comes next. So what exactly as we speak now is happening with the big ten this evening. Right. So it appears that the athletic directors are or speaking that's not a huge deal because they talking all the time now in the League but th, there's a sense of when they'll be a formal vote among presidents that hasn't taken place. I haven't heard from many sources that vote among presidents it's imminent but in theory I, it wouldn't take very long for that to take place if the League was ready to move forward with the postponement. So I think the discussions now are regarding timing whether some of the positions have changed around the conference. You've had a number of prominent coaches speak out about their desire to have. A season the big ten Pablo has always been a league. I I've covered it for a number of years that's been largely unified on the big topics and I can't remember a time where you've had a group of presidents that seem ready to postpone for the most part. But then you have many others loud voices in the league like the coaches like the players saying this isn't right. You can't do this. This is a wrong thing to do at this point and so that that's that's a unique spot for a conference has always prided itself on your equal revenue sharing and you're trying to be unified in its messaging.

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Oklahoma murder suspect escapes 12th floor cell using sheets

Dennis Prager

00:17 sec | Last month

Oklahoma murder suspect escapes 12th floor cell using sheets

"Authorities seeking an escapee from an Oklahoma County jail in Oklahoma City who use sheets tied together to climb down the outside of a building from 1/12 floor. So 34 year old murder suspect Pablo Robleto, and it's so mate escaped out of that window early today. The cell mate has been captured.

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Rembrandt, Miro fetch millions at Sotheby's virtual auction

WBZ Midday News

00:20 sec | 2 months ago

Rembrandt, Miro fetch millions at Sotheby's virtual auction

"The big names in the world of art are going on the auction block. So the base holding it online sale featuring artwork that spans five centuries of art history from Rembrandt, Pablo Picasso, Banksy. The auction house is putting up 70 works of art from the 17th century to the present day of self portrait by Rembrandt expected to fetch about $20

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Man dies trying rescue beloved dog from hot spring in Mexico

Dennis Prager

00:26 sec | 2 months ago

Man dies trying rescue beloved dog from hot spring in Mexico

"Cost him his life. Pablo Foods Deca dual citizen to France in Mexico, died after jumping into a scalding hot spring in a failed attempt to rescue Sasha, one of his dogs. He had adopted the black and white Great Dane after finding it into Mexico City Street. Following an earthquake that killed several 100 people in the country in September 2017. Pablo was able to climb out of the spring but died later. The family plans a memorial and Paris on Sunday. This is townhall

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San Quentin death row inmate dies amid coronavirus outbreak at prison

KCBS Radio Overnight News

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

San Quentin death row inmate dies amid coronavirus outbreak at prison

"And we're getting word tonight of another inmate Death at San Quentin Prison in Marin County, 75 year old Joseph Cordova was found unresponsive in his cell this afternoon. The cause of his death has not been released, and it's unknown whether Cordova may have been More than more than or one of more than 1100 inmates with covert 19. Cordova was sentenced to death in 2007 for the rape and murder of an eight year old girl in San Pablo in 1979. Cordova was linked to the crime in 2002 after investigators matched DNA evidence.

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"pablo" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:19 min | 4 months ago

"pablo" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"I like to make fun of Pablo Tori because of how little reporting he actually had to do to get where he is in the world is a bit of a wonder kind. He is on television and a very young age without the Journalism Bona. Fides required usually to arrive. Worries arrived. But, he I don't recognize him last night. He's publishing that story on twitter I don't know if it's a story being published, but whatever it's on twitter. He's out smoking out. James Dolan and now during the commercial breaks to God's. He's doing yet more reporting like during the break, so he's got news for. US Pablo Tori is like a man on the streets on the beat. What is the news? You have for us now that you on earth during the break Pablo. Yeah! You're pretty glad you brought me back now, Dan. I'm from rich Eisen by the way is asking you to be on his show and I'm like no I'm on with by they don't mathematics rand who makes fun of me on the radio? Giving him scoops Anyway here's the news. There's GonNa live story right now, but dozens of disgruntled Madison Square. Garden employees are meeting without Jim Dolan, right now, and they are discussing angrily. This internal memo and dolans whole position on the subject, and this is as it has been described to me the equivalent of a players only meeting, except it's the non-player employees meeting, so this is a lot of people who I think have reached a breaking point and again if you look out into the world. And you ask yourself. Does this moment feel different right now? We're getting more evidence from the Knicks that yeah, even those people who know this guy who worked for him. They are reaching their breaking point and this statement, which has been so roundly make fun of now. That has been the point of perhaps no return. Pablo, why is it so hard? Explain it to me. Why is it so hard for these tepid statements that are being sent out by? The sports organization statements that can't really be argued with right. Okay, we're four equality. We're four inclusion where diversity, okay everyone is for those things and yet here we are with America, burning. Why is it so hard? I don't understand why it's so hard for this. For these people just just mentioned police brutality. Come out against police brutality. No. This was a layup and then even have to mention police brutality to avoid this specific new cycle again. We do so much. Public Relations Council in Sports Media. A lot of it boils down to the essay contest of PR statements. A lot of it boils down to how do we minimize backlash, but keep in mind than the other element of this and this is God's can be brought into the fold here. This is going to alienate. Free Ages build on productive to the TVOS PABLO. I want to get to Stugatz his thoughts on this. But cody. What do you think about what Pablo Tories saying here? I'm a little hamstrung because I couldn't hear him. He's Dan Stool. Greg Cody on ESPN radio..

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"pablo" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

11:20 min | 7 months ago

"pablo" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Five Stars would make me so happy. Leave a nice review. Today's episode Degrade Pablo Tori and I discussed the Houston Rockets in The Philadelphia. Seventy sixers the two weirdest teams in the NBA. But before we get to today's episode. I want to remind you to check out the Woge pod with Adrian Watson Arou- ski like you need a reminder for that this weekend Chicago it's all star and we'll chat with Clippers guard Patrick Beverley. He's generally pretty careful. Dude the hall of Famer. Jackie macmullan and the ringers. Ryen Russillo friend of the program. You can find the pod wherever you get your podcasts. And now the low has welcome to the low post. Podcasts live from a cramped studio in New York City New York where I'm thrilled thrilled to be joined by the CO host of high noon. The Great Pablo Tori. How are you? It is so cramped in here. I am Angling my body. I have one leg crossover. The other. My little water bottle is dangerously close to all sorts of equipment but it is an honor. Zack you know my now. Wife wants lived in an apartment where the bathroom was so small that I had to brush my teeth sideways. I had to turn my body sideways because my shoulders are too big to fit in the bathroom. I lived in an apartment in Chinatown when I moved out of my parent's house and we had three hundred mice and we had a bathroom. Where on the toilet? I would lean forward and my head would be on the wall while it was. It was a great resting spot and also yeah life. I'm glad I'm very far away from now I thought you would be a fun guests to have Because I wanNA talk about the two weirdest teams in the NBA and two teams that you have been in you. Cover all sports. I don't know how you do that. I don't know how you do your job and get any sleep Me Neither Yeah. I don't know I don't know anything that's going on. The Super Bowl happened and I was like I know two guys in the game. I think new to US But you are these two organizations. The strangest seems to be a hot button teams. You have traveled in both of their universes inverse ways that rockets and the sixers and of course there's one figure that unites the two. Yes yes I mean I have had mountain dew with Daryl Morey and mountain dews discussing it is like Diet. Just do his favorite drink. I just remember being in his office in do is just like what are you doing right? Have Mountain Dew all poison just main line for local with that point Diet Mountain Dew. I didn't know he drank dime out into. Yeah I remember watching clips of James Harden. What now feels like when million years ago when I used to travel and report stories as opposed to gas bag on television as forementioned. And yet daryl kicking his feet up on a table drinking diet chugging. Diet Mountain Dew. I gotta Ask reveling and James Harden. I gotta ask him about that on the Sloan. Sloan podcast do which is by the way the single best time to get there more on a podcast is four. Pm The Saturday of the Sloan conference when he is so worn out. I don't think he has any idea what he's saying. He's liable to like say anything and he knows it too. He's like he's already likes waved off so many kids with resumes and now he's just grateful to have like a face who actually doesn't want a job for him yes and he he's totally worn out anyway. the rockets and the sixers scores. Hinkie is the other is the commonality. Yes man. You're close with you. Are I had forgotten about. This is all right now. You are responsible for trust the process. I say that Dan lebatardshow repeats that Tony Romo would have objections to it because I quoted him he was sort of the first guy to sort of say it in a national media kind of setting and yeah the story. I wrote for ESPN which was now got almost a decade ago. Eight seven years ago Yeah it kind of started from there with all due respect to the rights to Ricky Sanchez. Podcast and all the sixers phantoms that I ended up becoming way too close with Kind of started with that. I want to start with the rockets though. And I'm very I'm very interested in your take because you are not in the NBA bubble. Where I live where they don't have a center. Everybody's talking about this my friend and former boss. Bill Simmons like log off twitter and anger the other night because this is so ridiculous like what do you like do you like? What have you seen the rockets without a center lately? What do you think I love it? I love it and I think the first thing to be fair to Daryl and what. They're doing this kind of born of necessity right cappella. Had the heal thing. Capello was not going to be playing. He was not going to be nearly as useful and so it does feel like a necessity. Injury is the mother of invention kind of thing. But I love that Mike. Dantonio gets to be his Mike Dantonio based and the fact that you get an offense where. Pj Tucker is the center and Russell. Westbrook has reached some state of self actualization and James Harden may be okay with it. All of that to me makes this a fascinating team to watch. Every time I turn on my television I am a noted by me. Westbrook skeptic is a little strong I just. I thought I've always overrated. I didn't vote him. Mvp The one. I think he's a great player. This is my favorite version of Russell. Westbrook ever this is the best version of Russell. This is just straight on. I am going to the King Rim and you cannot stop me and you can play ten feet off of me. I can still get by you. You can look like you have me like there's a body between me and the Rim but I'm so explosive that helped defenders gonNA creep in because they're scared of my end like someone's going to. I love this Russell Westbrook. This is so much fun. I was watching him. Take Anthony Davis ONE ON ONE IN ANTHONY. Davis rightfully was terrified. Like what do you do and that is Anthony Davis? That is the guy the former guard who became an elongated center with all the guard skills seemed lost and so Russell Westbrook the fact that he is basically the big man. He's the big man you know what he what he reminds me of when I watched them play with this new super small lineup. He reminds me of Jaanus. Yes where they just. Everyone plays off of him. People put centers on him like they do with the honest and just invite him to come at them and he's like. Oh then I will come at you and the thing that infuriated me about Ross. In the way that I'm sure infuriated. You was that Russell. Westbrook was under some delusion that he was good at shooting shooting. Threes in specific. And so the big and not like the worst. Ever right and not famously. Terrible not the guy who was raising questions about whether lakes injured what is wrong with him. Why can't you shoot free? Throws why can't issue threes and now finally in this run of small ball. He's down to taking one or two a game and to rewire Russell Westbrook to re incentivize Russell. Westbrook the most defiant human being maybe to have played basketball the fact that took this experiment to do it it. He is uniting people who also had many doubts about him because good Lord. I didn't think he can do this. The other thing is in what I would say to bill and I I said to build in texts like they're not. It's not that different from how they were already playing. They're just a little smaller. That's all like this is already how they were playing so they went. This is the natural evolution team so they went from hardin running pick and roll a million times a game. Too hard and discovering. Why don't you to do that? Because I can just launch a step back three and like calling up screener just makes there's just more stuff going on you. Just forget that so klink. Appel you go down in the dunker spot under the rim. And I'll drive in throw you lobs. That's cool way to say what if that guy wasn't even in the dunker spot. What if nobody was there? What if the pain was totally empty and I just like could get layups or kick out? It's the natural evolution of their team. It doesn't look all that different To me and the numbers so far back it the NBA semi these numbers today with PJ. Tucker it's Center for the season hundred and fifteen points one hundred possessions. One hundred allowed so plus fifteen which is massive. Yeah I think this is actually specifically with harden and Westbrook both on the floor Seventy five percent defensive rebounding league average which is like if you can survive. That's that's a huge. I'm not sure they can in the long run. But that's fine super fast pace tons of turnovers forced like this is. That's the math for them. Yeah and what they do against big men like defensively as interesting right junk it up. They double team. They throw hands guys like PJ Tucker by the way Daryl's on this for a long time. Remember Chuck as Chuck as had been the Chuck Wagon Shortest Center in NBA history shortest starting center in NBA history. Because y'all got hurt incomes chuck as chuck. His had like a six ten wingspan. Pj Tucker has a seven foot wingspan. And so I had an argument with Jalen rose out here in our office. Gesturing out now to the bullpen area where he was not a person who believed that wingspan was a decent substitute for height. I tend to be a guy who believes in that market inefficiency and so even if. Pj Tucker is now beating chuck as his record as shortest starting center. Because I believe with the socks off fugit got remeasured at like six five if he's putting his arms up and they're seven feet of them that tells me that maybe this isn't actually as big efficiency as some may have seen just based on that like wikipedia. A number of about height. Do you remember. Did you watch wrestling as a kid? I did not watch nearly as much as my friends in everybody in this business like loved it and so please continue but not an expert in every once in a while there would be a big guy like King Kong. Bundy was a big guy. Like a big. Maybe a little bit fat guy and you re like I would announcements like four hundred pounds and he would face like a little guy and the little guy would go to the other end of the ring like rev up his engines and as fast as he can. Just run right into King Kong bundy standing still and just bounce backwards. I think that would happen to me if I did that too. Pj Tucker and he's not fat. He's just like I don't. I've never seen anybody move. Tucker. You can't prove to me that anyone has ever dislodged. Pj Tucker knows. Steve Kerr said this last. May I think when they played them in the playoffs? And I just heard Brad Stevens say this again. When they beat the Celtics who obviously small ballers themselves. You called the rockets linebackers. There is a girth a thickness to the rockets. That I think is missed when you just talk about height because PJ Tuckerman on top of having like the finest shoe collection of any athlete going. He is a football player. He does look like a football and by the way. I should say that Ricky Shat out to him. He was that the sumo guy things I mean in in. You know just like straight up rubbing forcibly motor-boating people with your cheeks like a thing that should be recorded summary. Someone must've said no some star must've been like you know what you're not doing that to me. I look at the animated gifts on twitter. I'm like this feels like it should be banned like this feels to NSF. W for the platform around. But yeah shout out to Asian Hero Ricky Sheet. We all had our fair share of sad breakfasts..

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"pablo" Discussed on Behind The Screen

Behind The Screen

14:12 min | 10 months ago

"pablo" Discussed on Behind The Screen

"Doc Frank Sheeran right. Yeah you said Under contract management can only fire driver on very specific charges. So I'm Debbie showplace moving violations. You drink on the job give it hit anybody you on a job yeah. I don't think so all right then. We'll have nothing to worry about today. We're at industrial austrial. Light and Magic to me but the Irishman's visual effects supervisor Pablo Helman Martin. Scorsese's the Irishman has generated considerable attention for the aging of actors. There's Robert Deniro Al Pacino Joe PESCI enabling the actors to play their characters over several decades and Hellman is here to give us a deep dive. In Thailand's newly developed VALLA process. Hellman is a two time Oscar nominee for two thousand five's wore the world's in two thousand and two star wars to attack of clones. His credits also would jar char- head Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull and Martin Scorsese's silence. I'm Caroline Georgina. Welcome to the Hollywood reporter's Blindscreen UH PABLO..

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"pablo" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

12:42 min | 10 months ago

"pablo" Discussed on No Jumper

"I'm trying to talk to do. Its knees hit me from behind Ooh Simpson. which has Brian Aladdin minutes? So many fights a real resume from the streets. Adding hit Knicks. Bricks chairs put Concrete why you own a ground dirty sheet so I took my Lytton move my because I haven't been to a lot sheet so you you can't when you go through. She can't always spit on a good image right so I'll take the issue before hitting the island a note. That's how I hit first so I not hit needs eggs without you may get hit but actually from the hat and amy the was that an example of you basically like trying to be the the big homey and the situation trying to squash it in a situation where if you had known the full situation you wouldn't even tried to get involved. If out known Fula situation I might even the people I deal with because everybody I deal with genuine. If you say you'll kill you really If you say you'll get them. Dylan you really dealing. You might kill as party game Suzanne. But I don't I never dealt who'd Iran on this new to me. You Know Me Adam we went. We couldn't even talk about no shit like this the podcast clout or who Internet. I don't know about no fucking Internet be so I got caught up in even when okay Mooney Alsina me. I got a big shit. I'm I'm regular. Still even got him big. She Ain't Tuchman. You're walking like okay to hit the ground. I still had to watch on the thirty thousand a month back soon as the muffler hit the ground niggers pete him up and started doing this Ronnie so when I get up in are ready to get in there. All I see is running as all as soon as I get what I'm saying jt so somebody hits you. Somebody else grabbed the chain off the ground and somebody hit hit me when they hit me. I stumbled Adamy vote. I ain't chairman. I they caught me live Maha and I think twice. I don't no no but I know that. got that good when I got that good in trying to get into it was nobody get in no we. Are you seeing right okay. Boom when it happened right. I'm like I look at the chain on looking for I don't know it I I forget I got Geranium head. She a look and I do awry and say she failed at that any like. I'm not used the Internet. I'm not used this real life. I would for them a little. Hannah got She failed so when the world the L.. You'd is you did man. Listen man my resume so long in. Ib snitch on my so. Put My resume on Internet. So I'm not go for ancient. So did that immediately and your relationship with going dude that like did you not appreciate appreciate how they behave. Not say what happened or what it was is not immediately. I was trying to see what's going on at the habit and then investigate see. Why do you need a jumping woody at going on? That's what I told a Digi. wit been going back and forth on the net with Niggers in news has actually been trying to catch him. which which I respect and realized not trying to be funny and then I'll have none against going on What's not but I'm saying that's what it was like? You saying. Fuck you kill you. uh-huh slap your girl you Mama with in Negros wait in the kitchen. He's right but that's not my style to be really my style even right now if a Nigga deeded he'd Abbott. Anita's trying to catch you. Flabby need a saying he's over then. So that's kind of a weird position for you to be and where you consider yourself to be a certain kind of dude but then all of a sudden you got crazy twitter shit going on and means an all kinds of shit and you feel like you've got to respond to that you gotta jump into that. May She is is life you always do obstacle am saying I had I had realized it could meeting Noam read anything. I Know Orion Street my whole life but this new angle negus who got three followers. Who Ain't never she can say some? You got it just the different guy in when it comes to initiate the winning out no loyalty. There's museum loyal the knitting at no so Needs he's a really put a pan down to get on in it. That's not me I ain't paying gone ahead and J. worked in that what I do. I ain't change who I am for it. I liked Mimi right. Can you see ceautiful and keep it moving or is it still like tension. There ain't gonNA ask the question. It's an area noted football. I know I know you know as a mom lives on Ala for real. It's not even like I'm a bully or I can't kiss my lit because it's dishes how we do in the streets she can beat a Nigga who got killed get killed in both phone bed. I'm saying so the bet ninety do stay out on and try to avoid all cost me saying some. You can't avoid just got you gotta have been and then when you talk about that. That's the news. Talking is real street she going on with niggers. I knew that was up. The Shit are in a happy. He's saying we're Utah the news you rent him out fuck out it but you're right. No no the answer is no so is kind of weird. Because there's all this shit going on behind the scenes and then you end up being sort of the poster boy for wherever you're around and vice versa. He's the famous one out of the crew. Yeah I understand though. It's all about understanding umbrella. She added Ministry to point where you'll take allows US grand from a nickel bag all the way to get you a pound and lewd the whole pal saying is just what you're GonNa do now. Are you going to do it again. Better are you gonNA give up quickly doing dawning ray. You'll get your job. I'm now we've been do right so it'd be challenging to so can everybody perfect right. Iso some new got them. Do they do you. You realize you can't listen to nobody. Nobody paying you. Cain telling me how you is. Let me tell you I come home competitive really on any given right as long as we're talking about all this There was this viral sort of conversation between Nudie Radian. twenty-one talking about one of your situations did you have issues with them before that or was that the first time that you felt some disrespect coming in that way Nine of an issue number four even after that when it happens should get now. I know like you said she knew nigger told me new seat of Atlanta will just disappointed me saying but I don't know how they feel when it comes to me. I'm Oh man I don't care about none of this shit. Nobody I'm a man but I got I got fi. Fi McKee is making home. That's the only thing I know so out it was somebody feel about Pablo I. I don't think about nobody to talk about. You had your name. My Jimmy was just weird because we're used to seeing a lot of unity at least publicly in Atlanta like people. Don't end this though one from st the Coley side in any financial benefits. You man you might. You're saying shit like that without notable so yeah that was. That was a weird one win. Twenty one video and he was talking about how he had your jewelry was that literal or was he just Sorta Ota fucking around one thing about me on. I'm not eating at an easy video. The knows you're talking about. I don't know I'm just saying I don't know in a day I I'm just not big on in today. A lot of shit they go on somebody else. Tim Like I might be right here. Cooling is somebody who's been looking it s she can help with it'd be like blower foot one. No this. I believe what then I had to be legit injured big on it but I wish I would guess mighty re initiate to everyday to stay on top of it for whatever might say about blow timmy. And we got down on being in tune with airtime in tune with has undo was really going on or if it affects you like it. Do it affect you. Wish you already told you. They told they told me back in the day. You Got Thank Adam that shit initiate like a a Ah put trying to explain. It feels person. Ain't my type person. I won't be around at Promo getting money shit but when he started when they started knowing sheet light. There's gated that you don't do in the streets normally but now you do it for the Internet. That's not my line. You feel like you're fans really want you to speak on those kind of situations when it comes up. You feel that they want you disregarded either in real life for show they want me to be and that'd be wanting to speed bad adam but is so much you're going on a lot going on one of my partners that he's a lot going nowhere before I do that. I had to stay set. You had to be in a street in Alabama. I can't do that to lay down if you want them. San Right in this this to the fan like Lee Debit somebody she can't that'd be discussed. I can just go to a certain manner like Amazon my answer but I can't go out like Internet. Is Josh niching night down. There is evidence that using an income up for me. I'm talking about in general when you tell my internet and making some positive or the posting the girl promote closed cool when you're dealing with street she in real sheet is crime. Criminal is not the right thing because somebody nobody will like take a chain and make videos talk crazy about it. Whatever but then? Meanwhile they're not famous. They don't have to go and do shows where the cops know that they're going to perform at this place which this is the stuff that the famous rapper and the situation has to do they have to do all these things that somebody who is basically a nobody Doesn't have to worry about you ever not thank more like when I say the famous I think more like you make do their gay. She in that famous. I Might WanNa go slack and do everything to personally uh-huh and there's a away if the cops wanted. Investigate is all documented. Everything I know everything documented. They already watching you from the Internet so basically you snitch. But ain't nobody going to say that they're gonNA keep just easy. I season the he was the perfect in it. And that is purply It's all he wanted to live issue ninety right lane to me. But I ain't GonNa Irish. They realize the person that he's like most extreme. Lean version that. We've seen somebody who just flagrantly into the maze like one. No results like these really streets did do alone in Komo. Magnificent ain't that was an issue in my life. What do you think is going to be like when he gets out? You think he's guy chance owning thank especially button on like that the name my situation stay at it right now. It makes sense so at this point. What's your Focus Song Music Wise and everything? Yeah this new tape. DMV thing but in general like what are you preparing for. Don't back is Pablo lawmakers caution just for you list to realize real story from pain and suffering is the one that you see that out in the real which it doesn't then You plan on doing more stuff where you're dipping your son went to the EDM world. You're yeah working on. I got some shit working in the national is going to be a good international. I got I can't name all artists because they our Russian Italian shit with owning. No eating I just know there's GonNa be a good crossover type. Something right not just Etiam. But I called internation- I mean I'm going to rush him going Italian Shitless Spain I got I got I got..

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"pablo" Discussed on Kingpins

Kingpins

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"pablo" Discussed on Kingpins

"Due to the graphic nature of this kingpins crimes listener discretion is advised this episode includes discussions of murder torture and drug abuse that some People may find offensive we advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. Oh boxy hatchback he was only about twenty six but he was already building his empire Pablo rolled forward for inspection listen border officials examined his Renault Pablo fidgeted impatiently he had good reason to be nervous there were a few kilograms of coca paste the raw material of cocaine stashed in the passenger side wheel Pablo tapped his finger is on the window frame as a border officials searched the interior of the car it felt like the official was moving as slowly as possible the moment the inspection was complete Pablo stepped on the gas forcing the officials to spring back they wouldn't forget this yet Oh car and it's impatient driver but Pablo didn't mind his impatience at the checkpoint wasn't about the fear of being caught he was racing his cousin Gustavo to see who could get back to medigene with coca paste the fastest and Pablo hated to lose News.

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"pablo" Discussed on Kingpins

Kingpins

23:32 min | 1 year ago

"pablo" Discussed on Kingpins

"Bob Lowe's wife Maria Victoria Henao Pablo's demeanor shifted immediately as he took the call he murmured sweetly into the is to mafiosos to understand how a kingpin or Queen Pin Rises to the top of the underworld and why they fall is we food the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening it really does help us this is our first in a four episode series on legendary cocaine trafficker Pablo Escobar throughout the nineteen eighties Pablo headed up the Medellin cartel overseeing the muddling of eighty tons of cocaine into the United States every month by some estimates the Medellin cartel was making more than me seventy million dollars a day during this episode will get to know Pablo at his most powerful and then take a look at his childhood and early criminal career sussing out all the details that set him on a path toward his destiny becoming the most powerful rich and dangerous is cocaine trafficker the world has.

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"pablo" Discussed on Escape Official

Escape Official

10:17 min | 1 year ago

"pablo" Discussed on Escape Official

"Young man named Julio Gaviria had shown up drunk too much and was making a fuss over a girl refusing to dance with with him without warning Pablo drew a small five chamber revolver and shot the man in the foot. The incident was reported to the police release and Pablo was arrested and sent to jail although he was released soon after when Julio Gaviria dropped the charges it was Pablo's first brush with the law since his early childhood Pablo was driven and ambitious. He told his friends and family the one day he would be the President of Columbia and his goal was to have one million Colombian pesos in the bank. Bobby Tom. He was thirty now. In the late. Nineteen sixties Pablo was determined to earn his fortune as fast as he could. Hey and his friends indulge in various petty streets scams selling contraband cigarettes and fight lottery tickets. They rubbed a delivery truck making off with deodorant and sites which they sold to shops for half price by the nineteen seventies. The group began stealing new cars from dealerships then replacing the Lawson's plights with those is that they had removed from Rick vehicles before selling the stolen cars on in February nineteen seventy-three age twenty three Pablo orphaned. He's first savings account at the Banco Industrial Colombiana making an initial deposit of one thousand one hundred and sixty Colombian pies is in November of the same year he deposited a further one hundred fourteen thousand and sixty two pesos he was living up to his declaration and was fast becoming a wealthy young man in December that year he met and began saying Victoria Eugenia Genia Hanadova Yoho Victoria Neo was on the thirteen eleven years Pablo junior the Hannah's would the wealthiest theus family in Lopez and owned a successful store sailing fabrics electronics school supplies and expensive lotions among other things although Victoria's parents disapproved the relationship between the two deepened over the next six months in mid nineteen seventy-four full Pablo was stopped while driving a stolen Reynaud and was sent to Ladera prison in medigene he was placed in his cell with Alberto tow Prieto a man known as the Godfather who had made a fortune smuggling whiskey cigarettes and Elektronik into Columbia to sell in measuring Prieto also had ties with powerful Colombian figures including politicians and judges after the pay became friends Pablo listened to prieto intently learning valuable information about the godfathers business model after two months in la La Ladera prison Pablo was released after Prieto made arrangements for evidence from the stolen Renault disappeared a few weeks later prieto offered his former CEO might job guarding the caravans and trucks dip brought the contraband goods from the port of Turbo located on the Caribbean coast based. Pablo insisted that he's cousin Gustavo Caveat area be brought on with him and after Prieto agreed Pablo and his is cousin began. Making show of smuggling vehicles arrived safely from turbo. The two apprentices learned fast quickly earning a reputation tation for being shrewd feel as operators on one occasion. The police stopped five trucks loaded with Marlboro Cigarettes Pablo and Gustavo managed to get the trucks back within twenty four hours likely through persuasion and bribery pleased with their work. The A godfather placed them in charge of thirty five vehicles loaded with goods. The pairing shored H in every vehicle made it through the checkpoints and arrived arrive safely in managing this skills Pablo learned and husband while working for the Godfather readied him for a move into his next business venture. Yeah the cocaine business while working for PRIETA PABLO had observed some of the estates in nearby villages will using small facilities not to process a paste that have been brought from Ecuador Peru and Bolivia once processed the pace was transformed into a white powder outta cocaine curious about this venture. Pablo got in touch with an associate of the Godfather attilio Gonzalez who ran and one of the processing facilities known as a kitchen Pablo learned that Gonzalez and the other two owners if the kitchens would sell the cocaine that process to buys who'd flown in from the US now that he understood the Business Pablo and his cousin Dr Almost one thousand miles south us to work you a port city in southern Ecuador he they purchased their first five causes five kilograms of coca paste they hit the package spice above the petrol tank of Pablo's Renna then drove back to medigene when they returned Atilio Gonzalez process the five kilos paste to produce one kilogram two point two pounds of pure cocaine soon soon afterward the pair sold it to a by V six thousand. US dollars about one hundred and forty thousand Colombian pesos Pablo Escobar Kabbah and Gustavo Gaviria resigned from the job. Guarding the smuggling runs entered the world of narcotics. The two wasted no talk setting up they earn kitchen on a nearby farm and finding a supply for the required precursor chemicals used to process the coca paste they made frequent trips south to the LOA in Ecuador on the border with Peru and soon formed a partnership with coca pice distributor named Hor Hake Eliana Eliana who was also just getting started in the NOCCO business as the weeks and months past Pablo and Gustavo began bringing lodger and logic coca paste shipments back to Colombia for processing by Light Nineteen seventy-five Pablo's fledgling cocaine business was growing quickly and so were the prophets when he was twenty six he and several friends visited the bank how Industrial Colombiana and deposited Roseta check not for one million but one hundred million Colombian pesos more than three million. US Dollars Escobar had fulfilled would he's ambition one hundred fold and a full four years early as he's cocaine business grew steadily escobar continued to see Victoria despite her family's disapproval in March nineteen seventy-six Escobar was preparing to leave for a long trip to coordinate Jordan several large shipments coca paste and made a date with Victoria to say goodbye at the ice cream shop Nia hon when Victoria ask her mother's permission. Her mother forbade her from going so instead Victoria snuck out anxious to see Escobar when he I heard the story Escobar was furious. Victoria's mother wouldn't let her see him. Even though he'd be gone several months he told Victoria Toria that this couldn't go on telling her they should run away to the southern. Colombian city of pesto ticket married Victoria agreed and the two went to his cousin gustavus harm to spend the night together before they would travel to pastor the knicks die but after learning Victoria's brother brother Mario was looking for ESCA so he could kill him for corrupting the families Little Girl Escobar Victoria lift immediately flying to Kelly. We're they intended to get a connecting flight to passed as soon as they could within days of reaching pasta the COPPA were married in a low key ceremony era mony and after a week long honeymoon they returned to Lopez Envigado the newlyweds lived happily in a small house in Lopez but they happiness was short lived on June seventh nineteen seventy six one of the men working for Escobar cold toward him that Columbia's he is department of security the DAS had found a shipment of coca paste being brought from Ecuador by truck but the employees assured Escobar Escobar that the agents would accept a bribe in exchange for letting the shipment through however early the next morning as he prepared to pay off the agents. Eh prearrange meeting Escobar was arrested. The meeting had been a setup to nab as many people as possible while at the same time confiscating escaping the eight and a half kilos coca paste around nineteen pounds the next day Escobar and his accomplices were transferred to Bella L. A. Vista prison where they were booked and photographed the moment his immortalized with Escobar's Mugshot in which he grins from ear probably assuming he stint in jail would be brief while visiting her husband in prison. Victoria learned she was pregnant which spurred Escobar to do whatever was necessary to get out of jail to be with her. His lawyer pooh-poohed strings to get his client transferred to gyro meter a prison and although conditions were substantially better escobar hated being a prisoner still during a football match one day.

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"pablo" Discussed on Giants Splash

Giants Splash

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"pablo" Discussed on Giants Splash

"That was what grade right now especially how to guys we made it a denying here that being being women. Those three or four season is means allow for for for this organization. They i've heard players say that winning wondering makes you wanna win. To which makes you want to win three. Do you want wanna win for you wouldn't find any two more. Oh yeah one for the thumb. Yes it when the when the forty niners played it just a few more questions with pablo sandoval. I know you need to go and get ready for the game. <hes> the the one thing you told me and you told some other writers when we were in arizona and you were you were very successful is that you may be feel like you want to set an example now. You have young children <hes> and <hes> that you feel that you want to set an example for them. Partly you by just doing whatever you need to do in whatever role they give you. Could you explain that a little bit. When you have kids especially boy you you wanna make it a sample linda. Nothing can stop it will kick keep believing yourself killing all the rooms you have and i i wanna be a role model for my kids won't be the that simply he he feel proud his dad that are they. They always believe in him and never give up for things. I'm the guy ago segment dooney in my life that be part of servings of this again then. I enjoy some so many moments many gray days that i'll be having in this second chance so many opportunities that are being taken care of. I think it's true in every line of work that you you when you have something taken away away from you and you get that second chance. <hes> you really really appreciate it. I think it happened to me as a writer. I think it's happened to other players. <hes> is is that really the point here. I mean you get a second chance. You have to appreciate it more. When you get a second chance you out toward more and everything and i prove that the youth still got it and <hes> you know wasn't easy wasn't is in those moments audible when you got the right person next to you got that right person to tell you that when you're doing good when you're doing doing run is not yet bowes. I'm sorry but you need to have balls to do. Take the punch in to get up and keep walking. I keep doing the things you love because the person next year tell you and i give you that bush for your kids for you. Finally for everything that people around was my family. Tell me through that. I was running a aw. Take that restaurants. I really manitoba now key walking with my head up and i kid laver dots a person. We're we're human being we would make me stay. We prefer no went. Make you great person. When you take those those mistake mistake and a human in step at all do have you can't do to be ready for just two more here. One that <hes> you know i think some of the fans have asked me about is i mean you think when you're playing career is over. You would like to coach and maybe managed someday. I don't know i don't know i use spent time with my family. I would love to coach my kid. You know if you'd like to play baseball. <hes> we love to be his goal jbeil one one day one sunday one day. I want to think about it. He goes down to do baseball so i would love to do. I got gray. Mentors bought or jeez meal. As a person i saw fire. I saw family player. You know we learn that in this eleven years. We bought you be part of his career here. In san francisco for nine years miss a lot for me some great mentor now one day. I woke taylor him. Well on one of the things he's done is. He's trusted you to pitch now. You've had a lot of games this season unfortunately a lot of games that have gotten out of hand with the score art when the game starts going to be seven to one eight to one or whatever you actually put it in your mind that hey maybe this is the day i'm going to have to go on the mound this now now yeah because he asked me if you wanna do fund luna though they will we lost eighteen something against he told me don't do it because i even start me and as you know what i want to do is to how wrong he pullman third base every time the our our our stole the khloe about boy oy bring this. Is you know that right starting pitcher pablo sandoval you only have to pitch one game and then you'll be eligible to be taken as a starter in fantasy baseball <hes> <hes> listen. This is <hes> just been wonderful talk and i. I really appreciate it. I know people are gonna love listening to this. Thank.

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"pablo" Discussed on Kingpins

Kingpins

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"pablo" Discussed on Kingpins

"In august. Nineteen Eighty-six an unlikely group gathered for breakfast at a restaurant in downtown owing Naga Mexico, the scar faced forty nine year old Pablo Costa his well dressed young partner. Amato Correo flenaise red bearded US customs agent, David Regula and a mysterious informant named gene Pablo's crew bodyguards set at a table nearby machine guns at the ready Amato's guards said at a separate table. There was a coldness between the two drug lords that made the US agent nervous. He feared his cover may have been blown already. But the tension wasn't due to him. A motto didn't even suspect. He was meeting with a customs agent and a paid informant as far as he knew gene was a friend of Pablo's who is going to broker some deals for them. The strangest thing about the meeting was that Pablo was up. Before noon, Pablo's crack addiction was so bad. These days that he was only sober enough to function a few hours a day. It was a good thing. They'd gathered early. Remind have slipped up and reveal the true purpose of the meeting a couple years ago. Pablo had welcomed Colombian drugs into his city, turning owing Naga into a warehousing base for most of the cocaine that passed through Mexico. He was bringing in at least fifty million US dollars a year. But it wasn't worth the heat. The US was ramping up border security. He'd been ambushed by a gang of unidentified rivals the past January of nineteen eighty six even the local Mexican police were on his back demanding more and more money to hush up his shootouts pobably that if the Colombians were gone, everyone would leave him alone and things would go back to the way they were before to that end. He was sending gene and to help bust all his cO. Cain contacts, including a motto the Guadalajara cartel led by a Amato's uncle had already used their massive cocaine profits to take control of Mexico's entire western coast becoming the largest most powerful drug network the country had ever seen. They were allies for now. But it was only a matter of time until they tried to cut out the middleman and takeover Pablo's territory for themselves. Of course that truth never came up during the breakfast meeting when they were finished Regula and gene got up to leave as soon as they stepped away. Pablo? Turn to a motto and said something in a low steely voice Regula couldn't understand the rapid fire Spanish. But gene could here their entire conversation perfectly. The DA had recently found out about one of Pablo in a mottos cocaine stash sites. A motto had taken it upon himself to kidnap and torture. Six people who knew about the location at the end of his interrogation. He was sure none of these six men were responsible for the Intel leak. He killed them. All anyway, Pablo was furious. Amato had killed six innocent people. Their own associates for no reason, a motto replied, it's better for six innocent men to die that for one guilty man to go unpunished with that in mind. Gene, set to work infiltrating Amato's cocaine network. Pablo was no stranger to violence, but he always liked to believe his killings were justified self defense or revenge or punishment when someone had wronged him. He was never gratuitous. Not like a motto Pablo had been mulling about his reputation ever since US. Newspapers started running stories about him a few months earlier, they'd painted him as a villain with little regard for human life that he believed was just unfair. He was the padrino the leader of his towns. Most profitable industry. He used his drug money to do with the government would not helping the poor paying hospital bills creating jobs. No one had bothered to hear this side of his story. In fact, for years, he devoted the American media on purpose. He was a wanted fugitive after all, but if they were going to write about. Him either way. Maybe it was time for a change in strategy, thus with the help of Mimi Webb Miller, his American-born neighbor Pablo Costa embarked on one of the most ill advised public relations campaigns in history. It had started in April nineteen eighty six around the same time the first unauthorized stories about Pablo appeared Meany reached out to a Washington Post journalist who was investigating a group of Gilani's who kidnapped a rapist from the only noggin jail a few months earlier naturally as the boss of the OA Naga underworld. There were rumors that Pablo was behind it..

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"pablo" Discussed on High Noon

High Noon

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"pablo" Discussed on High Noon

"To thirty minutes and get that new four pm time slot. So I hope you enjoy this conversation with Pablo Tori. That's what she said. Happy to welcome back to. That's what she said. Pablo Tori co host of high noon, and I had him on not that long ago as they were in the lengthy station period for the show. And I thought this would be a really unique way to kind of check back in on a show with just a few months under its belt. Talk about the things. That he thought before it began how those things have changed, what works, what doesn't, and maybe expectations that have been fulfilled or otherwise. And so I appreciate Pablo being willing to come right back on and talk. So soon after last time, let's start with something that you talked about last time which was originally thought you were going to be in medicine. You showed up in a freshman year introductory meeting for prospective biology majors, and you were terrified by just the basic terms that they were throwing out that everyone else seemed to so thrilled by. Would you say that that is the time in your life that felt the most like starting a brand new television show of your own. Yes, although instead of various hardworking library dwellers who take in like AP chemistry and AP calculus and all of that, it's like Dan lebatardshow like that is that that is the student who is doing this job that I am intimidated by. But the difference here is I'm not taking my orientation flyer and folding it up and putting it into my desk. Never to be looked again. I'm actually sticking with the major and yeah, it's it's, it is a totally different life. It is one that I thankfully do in fact enjoy. But there's no question that when you start anything like this, especially Sarah as you know, you have stuff with your name on it all the time. Like, yeah, you want to make sure that you can stand behind the thing that you put your stamp on. And that's a big difference that I do not underestimate and I'm glad to have survived it thus far. Yet. I think when we're all coming up and being the Fillon person, whether that's a regular on around the horn or filling in to host lebatardshow when when he or even having sort of lower level, not as high profile gigs that our own there is this desire to have ownership of something, particularly for very creative types to feel like I get to be in the room with people that I respect, and I think our brilliant and decide what we put out there and what we create that. That sounds great, but there's a lot of pressure in that and you can't shrink behind what other people have put together and say, you're just a part of it. It's yours and you're a big reason that it exists. How is that pressure felt for you in terms of being different from other stuff you've done it the network? Yeah, no, you put that. Well, I mean, you and I both can attest to the experience of like getting your, I guess, graduate degree and like fill in hosting, sort of bounce around everywhere, and you get the feel for all these different places and you get confidence as you go. Oh, but you realize that showed a show there some skills. Obviously that transfer, but a lot of it is making sure that you fit into the show that you are doing on a specific ad hoc basis. And this show is is purposefully different, although not entirely different from the other shows we've done. That's one of the balances we've had the strike is how do you be creative and risk seeking while also not exploding people's expectations to the point where they're jarred by how different it is. So there are certainly lacquered that I take from all the shows that I've done before, but in terms of the day to day job in the metabolism required by that job and the pressure as you put it in the fact that suddenly I go into the office in the seaport with Bomani and like we're defacto someone's or multiple people's bosses in whatever, like pseudo hierarchical way office constructed in sports television. Like we have leadership role. Nls that's all new and and the day to day is. Yeah. I mean, it's funny like as much as we like to think that Twitter captures and this is the Royal we as much as we across the internet..

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"pablo" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"pablo" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"To thirty minutes and get that new four pm time slot. So I hope you enjoy this conversation with Pablo Tori. That's what she said. Happy to welcome back to. That's what she said. Pablo Tori co host of high noon, and I had him on not that long ago as they were in the lengthy station period for the show. And I thought this would be a really unique way to kind of check back in on a show with just a few months under its belt. Talk about the things. That he thought before it began how those things have changed, what works, what doesn't, and maybe expectations that have been fulfilled or otherwise. And so I appreciate Pablo being willing to come right back on and talk. So soon after last time, let's start with something that you talked about last time which was originally thought you were going to be in medicine. You showed up in a freshman year introductory meeting for prospective biology majors, and you were terrified by just the basic terms that they were throwing out that everyone else seemed to so thrilled by. Would you say that that is the time in your life that felt the most like starting a brand new television show of your own. Yes, although instead of various hardworking library dwellers who take in like AP chemistry and AP calculus and all of that, it's like Dan lebatardshow like that is that that is the student who is doing this job that I am intimidated by. But the difference here is I'm not taking my orientation flyer and folding it up and putting it into my desk. Never to be looked again. I'm actually sticking with the major and yeah, it's it's, it is a totally different life. It is one that I thankfully do in fact enjoy. But there's no question that when you start anything like this, especially Sarah as you know, you have stuff with your name on it all the time. Like, yeah, you want to make sure that you can stand behind the thing that you put your stamp on. And that's a big difference that I do not underestimate and I'm glad to have survived it thus far. Yet. I think when we're all coming up and being the Fillon person, whether that's a regular on around the horn or filling in to host lebatardshow when when he or even having sort of lower level, not as high profile gigs that our own there is this desire to have ownership of something, particularly for very creative types to feel like I get to be in the room with people that I respect, and I think our brilliant and decide what we put out there and what we create that. That sounds great, but there's a lot of pressure in that and you can't shrink behind what other people have put together and say, you're just a part of it. It's yours and you're a big reason that it exists. How is that pressure felt for you in terms of being different from other stuff you've done it the network? Yeah, no, you put that. Well, I mean, you and I both can attest to the experience of like getting your, I guess, graduate degree and like fill in hosting, sort of bounce around everywhere, and you get the feel for all these different places and you get confidence as you go. Oh, but you realize that showed a show there some skills. Obviously that transfer, but a lot of it is making sure that you fit into the show that you are doing on a specific ad hoc basis. And this show is is purposefully different, although not entirely different from the other shows we've done. That's one of the balances we've had the strike is how do you be creative and risk seeking while also not exploding people's expectations to the point where they're jarred by how different it is. So there are certainly lacquered that I take from all the shows that I've done before, but in terms of the day to day job in the metabolism required by that job and the pressure as you put it in the fact that suddenly I go into the office in the seaport with Bomani and like we're defacto someone's or multiple people's bosses in whatever, like pseudo hierarchical way office constructed in sports television. Like we have leadership role. Nls that's all new and and the day to day is. Yeah. I mean, it's funny like as much as we like to think that Twitter captures and this is the Royal we as much as we across the internet..

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"pablo" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"pablo" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Can hear the crowd they were hilarious as pablo's eighth home run of the year and the giants were back ahead six two four now there was more exciting than that inning hansen got an infield hit hansen has got such explosive speed and then on a ground ball shortstop hansen ended up going from i over the third he was running with the pitch so the young his only play was over the first base he couldn't get hanson at second he threw the first and just kept on going and he beat the throw over two third and that's just the the excitement of alan hansen so the jackson had six two four and they came back up in the sixth inning greg holland came in to pitch for the cardinals and holland gave up a double d stephen duggar to start the inning duggar was over three this was his major league debut today and his first hit he hit it very hard left handed hitter three and one page swingline dr bass head right center it might be extra macy's racing over to cut it off his family overrun jit now doug around second and he'll stop is family cubbies and fires back to the infield the fans give stephen dagger a standing ovation his first major league hit which he legs into double ovation went on for a while one hundred five miles an hour off the back to four stephen duggar then buster posey drew a walk mccutchen hit a little dribbler between the mound at home plate and was thrown out at first the runners advancing so duggar now at third posey at second and they gave brandon belt the automatic walking every even got home plate and they sent him over the first base brandon crawford was next with the base load of but he struck out so to down basically loaded and once again there was pablo sandoval and a clutch spot to strikes this out of all three men on two men out in the sixth the pitch on the way swing another flare long that's gonna fall duggar scores here comes posey around third who scores down stops it second and pablo shot at all comes through again he's got five rbi game going and the giants lead eight to form and i called it a flare it was really a ball down around his ankles and a very protective swing but the actually hit it pretty sharply not so much like a baseball hitter but like a cricket batsman indeed pablo he can be a magician with the bad we've seen it before and he had five rb is in the span of two innings and all of them were critical in this game show and by the way off the bat that ball down around his ankles he hit that ball a ninety miles an hour the velocity off the bat so the giants ahead eight to four and they weren't finished next up was alan hansen so the giants with an eight to four lead huge hit for pablo sandoval and he is knocked in each of the last five giants runs and here's hanson he believes one shadow senator racing in his family comes around third he scarves pablo the second hand holding and it is nine to four giants tommy van came racing in from centerfield he went into a slide and got the globe on it but could not get the squeeze on and it scored as a hit in an rbi the bog really hit right off the he'll at his glove yeah so nine to four giants they weren't finished yet next up gorky hernandez they go the runners the pitch swung live ri right centerfield basic story here comes hanson what does this waving and he will single by gorky hernandez two more runs scored five running eleven to four giants that was serious excitement alan hansen with tremendous speed was offer running with the pitch that ball was a single into right center and has it just kept on going and although van did a great job getting to the ball and cutting it off and hitting the relay man with withdrawal what is did not hesitate he just waved hansen on and they did not even make a play on it while elaine deed while so that was all for greg holland who continues to take his lumps humid twothirds of editing and gave up five runs on four hits his era now eight point two four well we're thinking me maybe this was going to be a laugher now but it's really not.

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"pablo" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"pablo" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

"That's you love for you now i should jump back up what is your happening i feel like pablo you so many old people ask me that on the day that's you oh my god so many people ask me yeah pablo who's pablo it's from connie wests last tour that's the name of his album and it doesn't it's not i i thought it was like it saint pablo easy part the life of pablo pablo escobar pd pablo pablo us go that's good bar like that the second baseman for the royals shortstop is escobar and everytime he makes your plan go blown yours out gary together you've been cancelled well are out of job now or hat though i do like it i feel like pablo now you just she had early what what cognac i said i feel like that sir hi connie you don't like on you know like i'm gonna spend you up a little bit jacuzzi i'm never really liked him but that's also i'm not love it when he grabbed the grammy out of taylor no i'm not a swifty actually didn't really care about that i just think that he's like this ego maniacal like like once you're self reclaims genius yes do it all the time is it walter payton that said when you're good you tell everybody when you're great they tell you and i just feel like that all the time when i see him or i'm like once you're famous you don't have to keep saying how great you are because you've made it and because he just won't shut up about it i just don't care yeah and now he's doing like that like now he's certified ly insane he's definitely mentally ill he's definitely mentally ill you guys are all going to find this out.

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"pablo" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"pablo" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Have those gather on twitter say what you will it's funny and clever you'll have to encouraged and pablo metal relented in his own voice the funny or the better they are the more likely we are to have good content from it pablo toray is asian stephen a smith not delivery or cadence just no clue what he said when he's done talking take away this guy's the soroush the agents stephen a smith i'll put that on a business card cher stephen asian smith i think you should put that in your twitter hamdan g might what i even asian smith is apps in a place that any go that you're doing it now yes that's right now immediately arm as he does that though this is the other thing that was happening so he's getting pablos getting bombarded by these people and the god's is over and the other corner and he's like push showing with a sausage fingers at the computer and he's like like a trade go go ahead tell people what trey wing goes doing the here objecting to on your computer while the staff at gulluk and wing goes sent me uh something because i have a weekly appearance on the show which is tomorrow so they want to see if i have any objections to something a tray said today he made his afc quarterback predictions is due in the nfc tomorrow now i have the nfc predictions but i can't give those away i promise them i would not give them away but trey wind go has predicted that the weak one starter for the new england patriots will be tom brady.

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"pablo" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"pablo" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"People who can observe them from a distance and help support no the associated cost and not accidentally find one in river you know it's it's sort of it reminds me of the idea of the question what's the scariest thing to see in the woods if you're camping as ask watch if you can find one rate uh the world champions of hide and seek there's one of the answers is a bear cub because the mothers somewhere totally noon aware or sas quash cub worse ask watch gus ask web task love it's tough to say but it's worth it it's a lot of fun arum well i think at is that that that does it for escobar and his uh his is a hypocrite harum yes thus ends our episode on pablo escobar's hippo haven that's better 'nother woodhaven is is coming yelling yet hopefully the hippo haven is on the way this does not however end our show we'll be back very soon with something bizarre something weird something dare i say ridiculous meanwhile have to well it's it's out there now in the meantime we'd love to hear from you have you visited colombia have you by any chance happened to see the hacienda yourself and also what was the one we asked earlier what do you think of bumper stickers fence the burning question really that we are left with today that's my take away anyway but you can do all that stuff if you want you can email us at what are we ridiculous at how stuff works dot com that's us and you can find us at all the other varies social media is i think in an earlier episode i if i recall correctly we're still speculating on a pen troops yelm not an are not about that conscious will will put a pin in that for now i know they're not all going to be great they're i'll give me home runs so right as send us your thoughts your dreams near nightmares in you know if you have an idea for it episode we'd we'd love to hear that too and i will catch you next time on ridiculous history.

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"pablo" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"pablo" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Those kind of images that you see printed on candles that are supposed to cleanse your home and things like that there are even like these narko saints that see that their tons of different ones and he was considered one of them a living saint as it were and it's because he was very benevolent to the people that lived around him in medina in that area and one of the ways that he bestowed this benevolence upon them was by creating a public zoo uh that people could just come in rome free in now pablo escobar was shot in nineteen 93 was killed in a gunfight but before then especially in the early eighties was golden age for as little said this living narko saint in his palatial home hacienda napho liz this halfway between medea in bogota the stuff he built would put michael jackson and donald trump to shame they would feel like they were living the poor house yeah he built a up private bull ring is gigantic dinosaur sculptures which are awesome and they're really weird look into their very cartoonish and just mathematically built a specifically for his kids in he built in airports and he had this you a public zoo full of smuggled animals and we name some of those animals he also we've you're going to have a decency are you gonna have some hippos rate he smuggled four hippopotamuses three females and a male who became known as as via the old one and he he smuggled them from california in the 80s as you pointed out the locals love this we get a free public zoo if you were local person living at the time the the entire escobar operation was trying to appear benevolent unless you were also trying to sell cocaine or attempting to stop them from selling cocaine or again angered pablo escobar in any way win the colombian government.

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"pablo" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"pablo" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"And see he got to the point where he was almost like a state power a lot of local people thought he was great because he was building infrastructure provided job security he also was behind thous two bombings and assassinations and i guess we be remiss if we didn't mention the excellent net flicked show narko yeah it is pretty pretty solid i'm actually not up to date on it but season one kinda covers up through some of the real manipulative behaviour that he would do involving the government and going further even than bribing to literally assassinating government officials that didn't want to play ball with him and no spoilers in this story even though it's real life i don't think you're allowed to consider that spoilers but it is baidoa's a television show involves so you know i feel about this i try to keep my hands clean shirt as far as pose are concerned but we're here to talk about a very specific aspect of the opulent existence of pablo escobar like you said he was beloved by many who'd possibly is a view conflagration of love and uttar terror and fear i don't know relations yeah it does seem so but um you know a lot of the poorer people in mid in revered him out almost as a saint he was confused referred to as saint pablo by many in their you know were these kind of deif deified drawings like you'd see images of of various saints.

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