17 Burst results for "Paul Big"
"paul big" Discussed on The NBA Show
"Like taken down a peg because at people notice their failures and their successes way more. Because of that. I think my dislike wonderman about this whole is if if pretty much paul big strapped simmons out of philadelphia and maxi also leaves philadelphia oriented situation where teams are becoming more cheerful or agent than ever before. I think there are plenty of examples throughout the history of the nba of agents having their tentacles into certain teams. The bucks were a prime example of this. Jason kidd was head coach. That team was pretty much. Run by that agency. Lakers are example. Paul having a lot of influence of that team our getting to the point where like like more than ever before. We're seeing more asian influence into like almost territories here where it's almost like sharks and jetties going on more than teens. You're saying hypothetically if tyrus maxine were traded because he loves yes love the community there it just seems maybe it's just more out in the open because it's cost because paul like draws much more attention but does feel like we're we're hearing the quiet parts out loud a little bit more than ever before. I think it's just more visible and that's that's the clutch effect as we've been talking about is. This is an agency that gets discussed for for better or worse for whatever reasons people are talking about. What clutch does in ways. They weren't talking about happy. Walters or dan fagin or you know like these. Other agencies had relationships with teams. It's just it's just a different level of visibility. I mean rob that deal that demar derozen just got like if clutch had did that deal trust me. They would have found a way to black. Ten is what we do baby like. That's a ridiculous deal right like. That's in an insanely good piece of aging. On the part of aaron goodwin them to get tomorrow rolls ninety million freaking dollars. You know. I just feel like if that was a clutch situation it would have been way. More publicized we heard way more about it right. I just think on the good end the bad side other agencies. Don't get the attention debt. Rich paul rose. And i mean the influences real. You know. we're we're we're talking about. Ben simmons twenty to to the three the quote unquote three california teams. Not a coincidence that the lakers have considerable clutch ties. Air fled so now clipper you got dream on. I think moses moody is represented by clutch well at the warriors like those are teams with established relationships with that agency. Not a coincidence. I've been reading the the cia. Oral history. that. James miller did and i gotta say like i'm just getting bad signs of like this basically being packaging for the nba. I don't know. I'm i'm clearly in a different head space but i'm just saying this is. This is just all really gross and i want nothing to do with the whole other layer to the transaction team that just makes things way more of a pissing contest than anything that like we would actually want to discuss and it's just like it's a little exhausting. I'll just say that. I think there's a reason it was out of nba coverage for so long especially at a time where we wanted to mythologised players and we wanted to have a more romantic vision of the game. I think fans now want a more complete view of things if if you want to seek it out if you wanna watch the games and you know celebrate players. You can do that but there is. There's certainly a an underbelly to the nba. Sometimes dark sometimes not With all the dealings going on listen they're sub stack for that now my friend. So you can Talk about quick. Ro quickly sheriff so today on wednesday. He signed a two year forty-six million dollar extension according to espn with hawks interesting because he already had two years on his contract So this should take him through his age. Thirty season with the hawks after doing a good job pretty much. Just completely being the hawks defense and bring them back to respectability on that end. The season rob just first and foremost cappella deal. Good deal bad deal find deal. What do you think good deal. I mean this is an eastern conference finalist team bring back one of its best players one of the better defensive players in the league last season and i think most importantly one of the guys who gives that team baseline so that all their young players can be upside place. You know he. He is the steady foundation of that team in a lot of ways. So i liked. They're they're kinda slow playing on yucca congas development and letting him grow into his game before trying to shoehorn him into a starting role is clearly ready to play now but starting for a team that wants to contend is a very different thing so let cappella serve his time. There be a really good player for you beyond a reasonable contract for guy who was at least in the running to be on the ballot for defensive player of the year. You know in all defense candidate. I don't i don't really see anything anything to not be happy about with an arrangement like that. Good for cappella. Good for the hawks. Yeah this mamie. Actually thinking about jared allen deal in the sense that you know there was mixed reaction to that deal. A lot of people felt like it was one of the worst deals of the off-season. Just the idea that you would guarantee that guy twenty million a year where to me. It feels like twenty million is basically. If you're a bona fide starting center not a on the fringe type of started. Sending no matter travailed mckee right like no matter. What team basically you're on the nba. You probably going to start for that team at center. I feel like twenty million bucks is the going rate in this reno. County bonuses and incentives is about twenty two twenty three million into his age thirty season. This seems completely reasonable In the league with the cap was gonna go up although maybe not as crazily as it has in the recent past. But it's going to go up. Seems like a reasonable deal for guy like you said rob steadied the teams defence before clink cappella. Got there the hawks who the worst defense in the nba consistently for like two to three years. He got automatically league average. Just by getting this dude in their buildings so yeah i think this is more than fair deal now. Yeah definitely seems like a good thing to lock him up. I think my question is more of like or just what i'm thinking about. This is more in the broad sense. Does it seem like there are more extensions happening than ever before. I do wonder if this is a product of how knife fee free agency has gotten like how much players have wrested back control in free agency where they're forcing trades and whatnot. It's almost like you lock in the deal for the player. Keep him happy and on the players side. You lock in the money as soon as possible because like maybe you won't even make it agency all happens before that. Can i get the etymology of nike. And can you use a sentence new deal. I thought he said nike resolve again. Nike's control.
"paul big" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"About the effect of the delta variant cove nineteen on communities across america and around the world the. Wsj's paul hanan covers economics and joins us now from london. Hi paul highmark arts. Paul big picture. What are we expecting to see when it comes to the global economy where we're going to see over the next. Few weeks is confirmation. That global recovery is pretty strong at the moment. We'll see figures in the coming week from the. Us will show an economy. That's growing at a pretty rapid pace an elsewhere you know. Europe for example is doing pretty well not as well as the us. Those are sort of backward-looking numbers. They fit with with the period running into june. What we're getting now are sort of more up-to-date surveys on what they show is slight shift in the balance so you know the. Us was very very strong in the second quarter and europe is going to be the stronger economy into third quarter but it has a lot of distance to to catch up on in terms of other recovery. Let's break this apart even further and focus on the us. What specifically is happening in the states to help drive growth around the world. I mean the remarkable thing about a us recovery. I mean if you compare it to anything in the past is the strength of the rebound in consumer spending normally in that does a long period when consumers are pretty pretty wary of spending they. They're pretty pessimistic about the future. You know they don't know what's coming coming next this time around. You're seeing signs of much stronger confidence about what's coming up in the next few years and as a consequence americans are quite happy to spend pretty freely where they can. What about in europe. Is it a similar picture or are there some differences. It's broadly similar this stage. You know europe had a another period of lockdown at the turn of the year that sort of held back by about three months compared to the us maybe a little bit more in fact. So it's really just getting going. I mean the the kind of spirit that we saw the us enjoying in the second quarter is likely to happen for europe into third. You know as things reopened and it's also going into a crucial period for a lot of european economies in when people take their vacations and that will deliver quite a boost to european growth. Then we have this other variable that being the delta variant that is spreading quickly and a lot of countries paul any indications as to how that could shape where the economy goes from here there. Are you know were. This has been around for for few months. You'll appreciate but really it's only now beginning to to take a toll or at least a. The scale of the toll is beginning to to be manifest so it sort of depends on whether you have a vaccinated or unvaccinated population so delta spread very widely through relatively unvaccinated population in india and the impact. There was pretty devastating. Not just in terms of even life but economic activity. It's then spread very widely through the uk but in the uk vaccination had advanced much much more so the the impact on health and the impact on the economy has has been less but it still showing up figures. We're sort of indicating that the economy had slowed in july for example but i think the clearest example of of what delta can do if you don't have an extensive vaccination program is australia new south wales where sydney the largest city is located is back in lot and that looks to push the australian economy probably back into contraction in the third quarter. So you know it depends on how protected the population is when when this variant gets loose and finally paul just looking ahead from your conversations is the delta variant the biggest worry among economists or are there other factors that are raising concerns. No i think it's it's definitely the the leading the leading concern other things that may concern people. I mean inflation is still quite a worry but in in fact delta sort of makes that more of a worry and the reason is this that delta is spreading pretty quickly in parts of asia. Were they make things in the manufacturing heartland of asia places like vietnam for example. And that means that. There's a possibility that supply from those countries will be interrupted and we already have an excess of demand compared to supply for a lot of things. Which is why you're seeing these. These price rises. That could actually make this a little bit worse. Whether it will make it so much worse that the federal reserve will have to rethink its ideas about.
"paul big" Discussed on Our Body Politic
"Or not. We talked representative lauren. Underwood about her mom notice. Bill what do you think of. you know. Trying to legislate approaches to health in public health as of a broad sweeping approach to ensuring that black maternal life and the children who come from it are preserved. I mean i think we have to be attacking this issue from all sides and from in in a bunch of different ways until one of them is what we call them. Public health big p. policy rates. So things like the mom knows bill. Which doesn't incredible things to really baked into the system equity and opportunities for For birth equity. We also have to be thinking about little policy. Meaning what's happening in our healthcare systems and at the organizational level and then we also have to be thinking about this at our community level rate and thinking about. What is it that we can do in our own backyard. And what is it that we can do. I mean today tomorrow because we know policy change takes a long time one big piece of the puzzle that we've seen happen are it'll get put in place over. The past. few years is just the attention by the popular. Press in the media to this issue. And i think that's incredibly important in its leverage policy. It's leverage resources. And you know it's also created a space for my scholarship. The scholarship of other. You know incredible folks across the country. Who are really naming the root cause of these maternal outcomes and that's racism and so i think what we have to do is be willing to continue to name racism as a fundamental cause for these maternal. And we have to be thinking about you know just as we just talked about the fact that we have to be Engaging in this work at the paul big policy level across the board. It's going to require undoing. Racism dismantling racism at all levels. My grandmother was an incredible person and she died of what i consider race related medical malpractice. Where she should have been diagnosed years before she was with colon. Cancer Based on just everyday protocols but she was given antacids for her pain. And there's a lot of research showing that black pain is not treated the same way that pain in white patients is treated And she passed away from what could have been curable. You also had an experience watching your grandmother. Navigate healthcare system. Can you tell us about it. And what lessons you've taken away from it. Schorr sue I'm sorry to hear about your grandmother and we. We certainly share that experience that lived experience of watching someone. We love mistreated by a system..
"paul big" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"You know that. Means i woke up today and i people texting me about the big show signing with aew. What's in fact former. w w jeopardize hamadeh former. Wnw it'll be world champion. Paul big show. White is the newest addition to the eight t w roster. Aws on wednesday white has signed a long term deal with the company. It was stated that white will have a quote extensive role within w in addition to returning to the ring. He will be a commentator on. Aws new show awa dark elevation. Ovation will air on. Aws youtube channel seven eastern on mondays. New show is taking place in addition to aws dark. Which will air on tuesdays aws showcase aws established and rising stars as well as the top independent wrestlers within the industry. Competing against each other in the ring in pursuit of wins noted more information about aws dark elevation and white signing will be announced on. Tonight's dynamite that will include whites commentary partner for aew dark elevation being revealed. It's been amazing to watch what awa was built in. Just a couple of years white said in a press release awro because an incredible platform to hone the skills of up in new ways dark. It is no exaggeration with may say that. Aws is boundless. So there you go. Paul white signed with aew. And.
"paul big" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Some of you know his 40 year tradition of playing winter solstice concerts at the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine In Morningside Heights, the 41st and when annual Winter Solstice concert, the one this year will be virtual, and for today, Paul has also brought a gift of music for us. From his new album called Light of the Sun. Hi, Paul. Big fan and thanks for giving us a few minutes happy solstice. Well, thank you, Brian. The same to you. How did the Saint John the Divine Solstice Concert tradition gets started way back in 1980. The dean of the cathedral, then the rib very Reverend James Parkes more than heard us play a to couple of events and asked if we would want to come and play at the cathedral, which at first I couldn't imagine doing. I had been there for Duke Ellington's funeral 1974. Was the most astounding place I've ever been to and I, But after a while, I finally agreed that we could find I hoped we could find music that would be appropriate. In any case, I began to think of what would be the most universal milestone of the year. We could celebrate. And it occurred to me is the winter solstice, which includes everybody in the world. And did you have an all face all culture celebration of diversity of life on Earth? And so we did our first one. That December thinking well with we would do it one time and now we've done it's 40 times. Hi. Well, even the title of your new album Light of the Sun makes it sound like you're very attuned to the changing cycle of light throughout the year. How'd you get interested in this? Well, it probably has a boy scout in the mountains of Pennsylvania going up, Uh, being outdoors and, uh, feeling at home there, Um and, uh, now I live in the hills of northwest Connecticut and When you can get to be in nature some I mean, I think it's just It's intuitive with us. You know, it's funny that you talk about the boy scouts and going out like that. For me growing up in Queens. Um And then you know the first time I went camping, which wasn't until I was young adult. Kind of struck me in the face that you better be in tune with nature throughout the day or you're screwed. Right? Exactly. But light is visual music is audio. How do they connect? In a space like the cathedral, which is the world's largest, um, that has seven second reverberations. Music comes alive there. Are better than speech does. As does the theatrical lighting that we use in this winter solstice celebration. That illuminates the cathedral. I think in ways that it never has been before, and that's what's been thrilling to see as we went through 40 years of our archives. Videos of this event to come up with 2.5 hours that would highlight the most iconic performance is over all these decades. So that's going to be a treat Your 30 41st annual pulling to consort Consort Solstice concert. Those words are too similar. Um, Since you can't do it in person, it's gonna be a best of from the last 40 years. Yes. And we have with singers from seven cultures. Gary Brooker, from Procol Harum singing one of the most iconic songs of the 20th century with a whiter shade of pale. Even leans from Brazil. No Paul Stookey of Peter Paul and Mary, the Dmitri Pokrovsky fingers from Russia. Then we have a lot of dance, the African dancing and drumming of the Forces of Nature Dance Theater. And Philippe Petit will make a special appearance, too, repelling down from the vault of the cathedral as the torchbearer to two, then lead the procession to the Far East end of the cathedral to ignite the sun. How can people see that? Give them the Web address. It's a video on demand. And the access is available on solstice concert.
"paul big" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I'm Kai Rizal. We would be remiss if we didn't did not mention on the program today. A big speech coming tomorrow from Fed Chair J. Powell. The title. Monetary Policy Framework Review. Is. I think we can all agree a tad dry What It's going to mean in real life, though, says economist him doing at the University of Oregon. And dry it all My expectation is the Fed's going to basically loosen up how they've been thinking about their 2% inflation target. Specifically, the Fed will actually try to overshoot there 2% target a little bit to make up for periods of undershooting, the 2% target. And that's a big deal because central bankers today are still really, really leery of inflation, flashing back as they do to the 19 seventies, and Paul Volker and a prime rate of 21, a half percent But what is this speech going to mean? For you and me where you're going to notice? A difference is maybe over the longer run like in this recovery, The federal probably won't raise interest rates as early as it did in the previous recovery. So maybe as a result of that the recovery is a little bit faster. And that would mean jobs that that broom or quickly that wages that grew more quickly and then maybe inflation was a little bit higher. And as so often happens with the Fed pal, merely talking about higher inflation could just nudge the economy all by itself, even the expectation that policy will be easier for longer. I could actually induced some of us to take economic activity now because it improves our confidence about the future. Tim doing at the University of Oregon there with the setup for Jay Paul's big speech tomorrow on inflation, it's all virtual. By the way, the Fed conference tomorrow You can watch pal speech. So you should you so choose. Go to the Kansas City. Feds. YouTube site YouTube dot com slash Kansas City Fed There are few things more importance when it comes to building wealth in this economy than.
"paul big" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Here with these big queue with the day poll question and you're basically asking what's the bigger political story today yeah the broom head could come in studio I can come in all right such as died it's for you this one to come in and see those by states are you he's got huge sharp he stole a C. is so we got a big nine politics Jim sharp as either is my question what are you most interested in trump's rally in Phoenix Bloomberg in the Democrats debate in Vegas both are going to be interesting both are gonna be very interesting trump verses Bloomberg like when you go to find that out he's also one of the worst debaters I've ever seen and his presence is zero so let me say this Mr president you can't believe me I don't think you can believe this guy I think that's true I thank god will look like for me Jim I could vote for trump I could never vote for Bernie I could vote for Bloomberg some kinda Hopin Bloomberg starts working towards the top because then at least I have a choice we are a kind of jumped into the top he's up fifteen points since last year yes in the top tier not the tail spot necessarily I just want a good choice give me a choice if I could I'm hoping it's going to be Bloomberg trump and then I can make a choice of one of the two but Bernie is a no for me all right well right now the big Q. Paul big night in politics I'm most interested in sixty five percent say trump's rally in Phoenix I I guess that's because you know that people can't help since since nine AM yesterday yeah there for this deal of people from Japan and Germany unbelieving it it really is you're heading down make sure you call me this afternoon now I'll be I'll be coming back to the studio doing the post rally analysis the iPhone so we'll see each other to see who is here to stay ships passing in the night it is eight fifty six said you have been able to pass what's in front of you that's why we got the tour Dan with another update from the valley Chevy dealers traffic.
"paul big" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The silliness for yourself we have Katie on the line now Katie recall from today beautiful St Paul that's a we currently are right now I mean what they call say Paul big size city was that the name for it exactly beer whatever they still like that I don't drink beer all right well Katie thank you so much for calling today we knew appreciated calling into my talk if you do indeed choose correctly day in the college of pop culture knowledge in a suburb coming out to here shortly you're going home with a fashionable style as we wearable breathable machine washable drivable my talk teacher a size of your choosing so without further ado here I will announce the subject of the college of pop culture not so today's subject to the college buckles knowledge is television bosses these our boss is seen throughout the medium of television yeah it was yesterday right now so Katie who do you think knows more about beloved in television Abbas's will it be done or will it be Kelly Hansen well I'll pick Kelly I think she has zero in so so so much Ising in advance you're going to get it is really nice okay all right I'll leaving all the pressure all right okay let's along Donna is leaving the room so long Donna and we'll get started on Kelly's three questions if she's ready all wrong well that's what happens so so the the rules are simple I think just to remind you here you may pass any time you like the and come back to the question as needed the timer starts after ask the first question is on the clock you may not use Google you just must use the knowledge that you have in your big brain to get started on your three questions Kelly timer starts out as the first question television boxes is a subject and it goes like this what is the name of the boss of the Springfield nuclear power plant in the television series The Simpsons.
"paul big" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Lou while Jane then anything for five. Yeah. It's even gonna play. Yeah. Well, that's maybe ram who was very good, by the way. But I think he was talking about who might be available. No kidding. Trevor aretha. That's a name that's gonna interesting. Bobby marks alpha. Ruka. Alpha route. I don't know enough about that to Wake Forest guy. Yeah. Okay. De'andre Jordan is Bob Myers, former client, but they say he's gonna command more like nine or ten, which is probably going to be is going to be outside their price range. And I'll tell you the other angle, I wanted to get to as far as the Lakers thing. You notice Anthony Davis did not sign an extension. So he's now in the power position year. Everybody who was played with LeBron has always been. I hope Laurent likes me the Bronco always had the final say in LA, Anthony Davis, twenty six LeBron's thirty four thirty five whatever it is he Anthony Davis is going to have the power over LeBron. It's going to be can LeBron. Get along with Anthony Davis. Not the other way around his Anthony Davis, even a he's going to resign in summer of twenty twenty he left that option is the same guy who LeBron's, basically got started Registan. He's not gonna you know it's, it's. It's going to be an interesting situation, if they don't win right away and there's pressure down there. Do they get along into is anything Davis really their long term or is he going to say, hey, it's him or me at the end of the year? We'll see you go through all that. And again, that Rich Paul big article in Sports Illustrated, reading, on the plane about Paul, how he got started LeBron.
"paul big" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Big day bigger day tomorrow, but big day here on the program. I got the jerseys in for the three on three league starring the debt. So fritzy just got his jersey. The crush got his Denver Broncos orange crush, and it's a great logo. Do guys have shorts or do we just ordered jerseys? I didn't know if you guys needed shorts or already had shorts. I have short but rethinking like a tight. Seventies ABA short. No, no, no, no. I don't because I'm in favor of. Yeah. Those might be your team's shorts the they might big follower brand is going to go in a different direction. Yeah, I don't I don't think we should have. I, I don't wanna pixelated anything, you know, during the game, it might be kinda hard for the, you know, the, the people who are broadcasting this, but we had the names. Fritzy is the crush. Mclovin is the graders against the grain. Against the grain is against the grain like Sixers short for seventy sixty exactly. Paulie is lugers as in Hoosier. Right. Hoosiers that the team stunk they'd be the loser loser. I thought it was like a luge like the Winter Olympics lose. No, no, no. It's, it's that's part of like all the losers right off big Winter Olympics L O. I do love the luge as a sport. And all about lose more than any person. I know that's very big Winter Olympics. That's I'd never known paulie. For almost twenty years, I've, I've never known Paul. Big Winter Olympics only reason to beat me in sports jeopardy. Got five winner Olympic questions. Right. I had no idea Esther. I love Winter Olympics. I love losers losing. I think you like the outfits of the losers here. Yeah. And Seton is the big fuller brand instead of the big baller brand. It's taking advantage of his fall, because I wiped out. Yeah. So the big faller brand there, and we'll have all the jerseys..
"paul big" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"We are your place to call David is up next David go right ahead. Les Paul big fan Anglade to get to speak till you one time. Thank you very much. Absolutely. I keep it short. And sweet. I gotta be honest. I think the allburn football program could act say learn something from the basketball program coaching was and I'm a big fan. Bruce Pearl's been a class act. He is not made an excuse and pointed the finger blamed arrest he's been you know, he's told him players. Keep your heads up. I just saw I love the no excuses like, hey, man, it happens. And you just you deal with it. You're absolutely right. I thought his message about faith after the game was very inspirational. And you know, Bruce told us last week that he was going to take advantage of this platform and David he did thank you very much, by the way. I if you hard knocks pizzeria has also gotten they've offered Barnes free food. So if you're if you're watching in Knoxville at any the establishments is tweet us that we'll pass it along. We we we we assume Barnes probably is watching right now seeing where his next meal is coming from. Let's continue with more phone calls and the Brett is in Arkansas hybrid. Go right ahead. Hello. I'm they. If they fan and SEC country, but I pay a lot of attention to Arkansas. And I was kind of curious about what you thought about the Muslim in higher at a Arkansas. I like it very much. In fact, I thought must've been ultimately was going to end up at LA shoe, but LSU has not moved very quickly on on their higher. He has a great reputation that runny head last year with Nevada was was pretty inspiring. And you know, I think he'll he'll fit in. Well, I I think it will crew. Well, he runs a I think his type of style of basketball is exciting, and I like the higher very much. Yeah. Getting I've gone gone car few games and. Not a lot of people showed up in the last couple of years. Even though coach Anderson had had some good teams especially last year. And I don't know what I don't get why they didn't come. And I thought coach Anderson was it like guy and did a lot of good things for the program. He just couldn't couldn't take them. You know, get him over the edge. I guess you gotta run your program become stagnant. For whatever reason you either show patients or you make a change. And I and I listen, I think we both agree. Mike is a first class guy. And I would have liked to have seen him coach forever. I really liked him personally very much. But I also understand the decision. I if something is inevitable. Don't wait til next year. Just go ahead and make the change. Yeah. Come comes down to wins and losses in the end. And while you're doing the tournament. Yeah. He he wasn't consistent enough. And now this year, I think you saw what was it that six game losing streak? I it became. Became pretty pretty pretty difficult to watch. Yeah. Hit did. So I appreciate you taking my call and have a good rest of your week. Thank you, great to hear from you. Brett appreciate it. Very very much. Daddy is in Louisville and Betty welcome to the program on this Monday afternoon about the means the final Monday night of the college basketball season. And no Hello. Hey, thank you for taking my call. If the first time I've ever called. But I'm calm to say it's great to begin Auburn tiger. I'm so proud, and they I'm really proud, and I love Bruce Pearl..
"paul big" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"And I think that's the easiest way Shen light. So. Eighty and he didn't hire that code. Exactly, they'll say, that's the one commonality of those three schools. You have a relatively new athletic director in Vanderbilt's case. He's been there. A couple of weeks in Alabama's Casey's been there. Two years and same with Scott Woodward at AM, and ultimately everyone wants their own man in there. And I don't think any of those. I couldn't argue with any of those firings. Maybe Billy Kennedy done has done. The most out of the three drew has done. The least Avery Johnson for years in. You were getting the same results that you were year one that that to me is an indicator of change on me. And he keeps you know, Avery Keach preaching. I've done this. I've done that I recruited this. I've recruited that. But you'd never made chain. No. Yeah. The program looks to say if you take out Colin Sexton who was a lottery pick the program is it's an NIT program. And that's not what you want. When you I mean, look at Auburn Bruce furrow had to miserable years. But there was always a there was always a feeling that he was going to get it turned around never his first year. He took Auburn deepen that he took them in from Wednesday night until Saturday the SEC tournament beating top rank top seed on Friday. You always thought that he was close and last year he finally broke that door down and this year. He is he he's kept on going. And why because he's he's an elite coach Avery Johnson. Is a good coach not. But he, but he's not a leak. Just the guy you hire. An he gets you through. He's not the guy that's gonna take to the next level. No now, my last question in do you think 'cause I almost believe Coutts ochre said about he said Kentucky can be Houston without each. But they cannot be Carolina without EJ. In that concerns me because I really think Houston Houston's athletic. They're big they're wrong in a match up well against us. Remember, we we just have opinions here. I had somebody on the other day. I think it was Seth Greenberg. I said I just got through arguing I said liberty can really be a great team. They said now liberties, no good. And then liberty beats Mississippi State. I'm not saying that's a the same thing as Kentucky. But everyone has varying opinion. I I wish PJ Washington was healthy. I think Kentucky would go to the final four without him. I don't thanks for the call. Appreciate it very much. Rocky toppled try you again, rocky top you're on the air. How you doing good? Thank you. Hey, you know, Curtis. From Tulsa news is just call. You tells the moose how? Yeah, I hit Curtis. Yeah. Back home in two to allow below. I got it. Yeah. The guy that I'll above Paul. I hate to. I love a Johnson. You know, I'm a big Paul big a Spurs fan. And I loved him when he was the Spurs idea what happened in Alabama. But I didn't wanna been Alabama. No way. So, but I, but I wanna talk about a Tennessee bombs. And I look forward to them. I go into the final bid and then the fouls data, take it. And what about what about our girl? The you don't survive Holly Warlick, Holly. Yeah. If she does I'd like a really substantive explanation. Do you think she would would you can't would you keep her? Well, Paula I wouldn't I wouldn't either. I will never go. Yes. To be honest. I mean, there comes a time when when the topic of conversation becomes distracting, and I think in her case all all the I mean. There's not a compelling reason why next year is going to be any different than this year. Another hour to go, including a conversation with Bruce Pearl..
"paul big" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"I said I said, in my opinion, it's kind of like a very bones and Pete Rose. We'll wages done it on the court. He should be SEC coach of the year. But he's not gonna be Izzy. No, he's not. That's another. He who he would definitely not be the SEC coach of the year. But evacuate making little baseball here for a second. And and sometimes the swarming needs in Lyon themselves, and that was a collegiate baseball player myself. And, but you know, you have Lebanon the fourteen teams and they're seeing a top twenty five but everybody in college follows basketball for about they don't I mean, just a few pockets, cover football and baseball, national pastime. I just wonder why that is as you could in Latin me the weather in Colorado. College baseball is a very big sport. But we're on the verge of the NCAA tournament. And what happens today is just not that important. I'm sorry. I thank my Cup. Three or four more months of it. Let's get the basketball season finished, Nick Nick is up next in Baton Rouge. Hey, nick. Hey, Paul big fan. I just I just want to say one thing. Thank you. Whatever happens. Whatever happened to loyalty. Whatever happened. You know, what it's easy to be friends. It's easy to be the supporter when you win. And you're on top here. We'll we'll get some some trouble. And look this does not look good. I agree. The optics are bad. And look anything that starts out bad. A lot of times that ended up good. But that government in our society nowadays, we just throw people to the Cy look, all my friends are my friends because they're loyal to me because they're going to stick with me when it's bad. And I just don't like when things go bad. We all start cutting and running I'm gonna stick with will. And look it may not end up. Well, but he's my coach. And I think we ought to be loyal to our friends. Even when things what's interesting is. I mean the school is is going to act like. They don't even know the guy anymore. I mean, and and I'm seeing the leaks today for versity because I've I've been a reporter. I know how I know how it works. He won't coach LSU again. There's too much. There's too much damage already. This was their look if we would be eighteen at twelve and going to the United this would've happened three weeks ago, you're probably right. The fact of the matter is this is this is a very tough situation. And I get that a lot of people are pinch. But when when you get in a pinch. I kinda like loyalty I kinda like hanging in there. Whatever we get at LSU from the NCAA, we were gonna get it. Whether he coached more than let me let me ask you a question, and this is not really a fair question. But it's but it's on this. If a story came out tonight, the Nick Sabin was on an F B I wiretaps saying the same thing, you think Alabama would suspend him. No, they wouldn't. And let me tell you this. I've been on FBI walk that I've I've been recorded. I've been in the paper, and let me tell you something. It's never what you make..
"paul big" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"Well, I can the basic material most materials now valet. I had that terrible. Accident stock was down eighteen percent today in that's an arm makers. Maybe someone is extrapolated and says by cliffs, I don't wanna touch that. Or freeport there to lever to growth, I'd rather buy two they need China really come back and that really does worry me quits because they need to tighten price. Paul in Florida, Paul big Jim from Sorrento, Florida. Holler love that what's up. I've actually been listening to your shows for almost two thousand six I just happened in the first week, you're on you. Thank you. I wanna thank you for trying to make us all money. Thank you. My question is on P F C corporation, the company prior to its earnings announcement said it was going to spin off its mature and cleaning jeans business, which includes Lee, jeans and Wrangler. Right. Many of their brands like vans north face timberland to do. Well, we expected in their strong earnings report. Okay. Last week on Monday. The stock jumped up eight dollars on that great news with with the stock having a fifty two week range of sixty two to a high of ninety two. Right. Would you expect this this this spinoff, the possibly caused another jump in the stock price? Di possible. I gotta tell you that conference. Call is one of the best schools the year. So I would say by half the F. And then see what happens. Maybe it drops a little bit initially. But wow, what a fantastic quarter. They had we're testing resilience this week and so far toiling Monday. But it's pretty extrordinary only money today for day for the I'm just wondering how strong the US economy really is all tell you what the rails can provide an answer. Then tensions between Washington. Beijing maybe dominating headlines that didn't stop Chinese companies from flocking US with number of Chinese IPO's hitting a ten year high last year what the wave of new companies means for the overall market. And are there any bargains and all the ups and downs the oil sector of the past few months? He's one of the only guys that got it. Right. And he's joining me tonight. Don't make a move and stay with Kramer. Don't miss a second of mad money. Follow at Jim Cramer on Twitter. Have a question..
"paul big" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Especially compared to a big brass orchestra and the electric guitar did not have the volume and power to to get out there. And you know, les Paul wanted to be a star. And he knew that if he could get a louder clearer electric guitar sound that it would help him become a star. So tell us about the log then and the inspiration for what he called the log. Yes. So less was living in New York at the time playing with the famous radio orchestra and on Sunday afternoons, he would go down to this episode instrument factory this guitar factory on fourteenth street in Manhattan, and he had talked to owners they're into giving him sort of access to the workshop, and he built a guitar out of a four by four solid block of wood, basically as I say, it's like a fence post, and it was just a solid chunk. It was horrible looking. I mean, it looked like a mutant kind of guitar. He took it to a club out in queens where he lives and played a for crowd. Didn't get that much reaction. Even though it sounded completely different. Then he's souped it up. A little gave these kinds of wings that made it look more like a traditional guitar and suddenly people realize how this is a really radical instrument. This is amazing. I'm unless learned as he put it that audiences listen with their eyes in so how did this become adopted? I mean, you're you're saying that people are starting to recognize the potential of it, but he needed to be able to mass produce it in some way. But his initial attempts to do that were as I understand it they failed so less had tried to convince the Gibson electric guitar company the Gibson guitar company, which was then the foremost American maker of of guitars to build something like the log and the Gibson exects just laughed at him. And so basically that was the state of affairs for the next ten years until in southern California people like Leo Fender and another man in Paul big started building even more radical designs for the kind of country western players of postwar, Los Angeles. That's where the Fender story. Kind of comes in Leo had built a similar sort of solid body prototype. Mutant thing. And then there are a number of sort of developments came and Leo Fender ended up producing the first commercially available solid body electric guitar in nineteen fifty one. What's the best song for us to hear Leo fenders solid body guitar especially in its early stage. Ooh. One of the examples that you gave us a best. That's the number number two Bernard blues, which is this is Leo offenders favorite group. Bob, wills and his Texas playboys and this guitar player junior. Barnard was a guy who's guitar Liam modified back in the late forties. It shows you kind of where this music the music that this instrument came out of..
"paul big" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Pride passion and patron Torri of college football lives here. The Paul finebaum show our three podcast. Welcome back as we continue live in Santa Clara, overcast after we saw the sun for the first time in five days. But no rain tonight for the national championship, just two hours and thirty minutes away. Let's get back to the calls here on the program and Bill is up next in Delaware. Hello bell. Paul. Him. Bam and Clinton aimed for. Up here. Paul. Yeah. Yeah. I can hear you Bill. All people. I can hear you. Bill bill. We're having a problem and moved to a different call. We'll come back in a minute. For some reason, you're not hearing me when I'm hearing. You Michael is up next. Michael you're on the air. Go right ahead. Hey, Paul pointed goodbye put tonight. Sure. I think when Williams going to have a big game. Where do you think you'll be on the face of war all night making the balls won't? Jayco in office aside, and maybe catch with tidy myth. I we have with OJ Howard to the four that, you know, I, you know, I think you really many thanks for the call. Let me try to get a few more on here. John is in California, John you are next up. Go right ahead. Paul big fan of yours and. Florida. Gator fan loyalty, tonight's Bamba fall. Do you? Remember, do you? Remember when you use the workshop, Matt Lauren Joey Galloway, either one of what you were talking about. I do remember that. Yes. Well, let me tell you real quick. I know you busy last night at the Golden Globe. Carol Burnett got her first award which will be from now on an official award during her speech, right Siam dot back. Oh my goodness. I heard part of her speech. Didn't hear say that? That's a I think the the origin of that word is British say great word. I I think I've I've only used at one time in my career, but I may use it tonight if Alabama or comes in wins and dramatic fashion that what I was gonna ask you so without vacuous Clinton going to be back..
"paul big" Discussed on The Vergecast
"That's like live audio between two people seems like listening to music with people would be really no you you both need a Spotify premium account. That's how you listen to music with people on discord. There's something like there's something wrong with our computer, abstractions, if these are the hardest things to do it sharing digital things is art I propose Dida earlier today now over Proser to you and by extension the audience of thousands of people that listen to we should have the lock into wards, which calm the Laki Laki right in every year. We give out Laki for the dumbest experiences gonna have their technology. There's petty. Right. That's like the the beefs, right? There's the pig category. Then there's like low. Right. You try and then something like tripping over your shoelaces kind of you know, like you really put your fool what what's the one where you're just those greedy, greedy. We should just name them after the seven doors walk. Dopey happy, greedy sleepy fits perfect sleep. Slee sleepiest great. He just. You you you you cut it done this, and you just missed it. So I think for example, the lack of the fact that apple at a system level will only use airplay on cast is like super, right? Because are they really are. They really out there saying you should buy one hundred forty dollar apple TV instead of a twenty dollar chrome cast just to make this this very simple idea work like that's ridiculous to me. Is it apple TV like a hundred sixty nine dollars? It's something ridiculous. It's like a million dollars. Just looked it up. And it's a million dollars. And you can't even you can't even play banner snatch on it. I hear or watch or whatever you do with it with that Netflix thing. That's what I heard. I haven't tried. It could be wrong. It's one forty nine for the little guy. Yeah. It's way. Nope. I'm wrong. The four K the apples pricing. I just said they don't make enough products. Why do you make so many that non four K is one forty nine four ks one seventy nine? Yep. And then the four K with more storage for something for all games playing on your apple TV is one ninety nine which I mean, it's like that the lucky if you have suggestions for the Lockheed's. Yep. We'll come back after CS. We'll we'll put them together. And they have to be named after seven tours Paul every week you do segment if what's it called? It's called tell me it might beautiful. Yes. You are Paul big you theater. Dutra Gino will three D print custom facemasks based on buyers skin measurements. So Neutrogena has a phone app or accessory Colt skin three sixty and you can do these macro scans of your face qualities, kind of terrifying..