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"paul dale" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

08:10 min | 3 weeks ago

"paul dale" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Bindings wigan nim cov is the best fighter so someone who actually cares. He's better than rubber wittig. He's better than rubber whittaker in his way cast i mean per ranked pound for pound rankings. Would you put. Oh i'm not going to pay for rank within within his division. Well he's the champions. Of course he's like no higher than what i'm talking about. I'm talking about worldwide. Worldwide nemtsov even with whittaker worldwide worldwide. Middleweight rankings. we'll probably in my whitaker's number two behind the in my mind. I i haven't been behind. Mustafa doc- okay. I don't have an issue with that can. Don't don't don't talk about themselves to way to to me. And i think that good too and that's why i'm really excited about him by davis again. I didn't see the first match. I remember when bill davis law. Cobb i saw the highlights like oh bill davis not falling off some guy. I've never heard of you know and then turns out. No we lost a frigging them. Cobb no this guy. We just didn't know how good he was at the time when he beat. Go davis so. I'm really interested rematch. I think davis. I think he's the most underrated light heavyweight in the world. He still easily top ten and on his on his best days. He's the top. Five light heavyweight third. So i'm really excited about name. Costco davis but of course the degenerate me agrees with my cac core. Of course it's the freak show match between this this total bro jock youtube amateur boxer versus a retired. Ufc fighter who is literally the worst striker maybe ever to be like a ranked fighter in the afc name name of worst striker ever in uc. And that's who's fighting in a boxing match after he's retired and after. You have a new robotic hip playstation or something. That guy that fought on fight island kick punch ranked minor. No he wasn't ranked kick pod. I'd like this and aspirin. I think actually. I think underrated. mma fighter. I think people just look at his last two fights because sent but i think actions. It was an anime fighter but he was literally the worst striker ever to have a ranked number by name in the ufc. ever and. of course. I wanna see because that's why it makes no sense. Now what i pay seventy bucks you see on the different story based off of this week though this past weekend celebs cross going into a different world was very interesting. This past weekend we add. Of course it wrestlemainia. We had bad. Bunny who is apparently the greatest wrestlers who ever lived us pretty good and then low and then logan paul who sold a stunner better than fifty percent of the world's could sell a her so yeah it was interesting day for celebs jumping into another world. They're not part of but it's agree with you guys. But i have to just being at that press conference i like because i was at whatever. You wanna call it pressing crap. I have to watch this now. donna. Legge i'm in. You got me. But i will say there are a lot of interesting story lines on these next few on the ballot or one cards because we got of course under our law. Ski chase sherman. That is that fight is happening right crazy. Okay i was trying to remember. I'm like i know those fire against each other. Truecar closed jeremy stevens rules traces. Cortez in anthony Fighting on the prelims two fighters that represent a arizona. They fly flag very high. And casey you always bring him up. In our fantasy matchmaking alexander romanov returns on the preliminary this weekend. He said he wanted be. I hate that. I want us me handsome. He still handsome. I don't want him to get beat up if you. I love that man. We have the clip out. There you see on the island. They put the hats on the table for like fighters to wear if they want and he puts he sits down and he puts the hat on and then it keeps adjusting and adjusting. He has the hat louis on the last clip and he puts it on and it just sits on his head. Like this won't it can't get it on. His head is so big and then on the ballot or card. No one's talking about it. Because it's it's unfortunate is this not paul dales retirement fight. Oh yes i saw that i. I didn't even realize partly it was on this card. And that's he's finding saba hamas and i think paul is gonna across him. I think i think paul daly is gonna walk away with the w this is his last butts on this car. Yeah yeah. This is a raymond daniels. Rematch nut shot of our net shots. The reimagining yeah pedro. Pedro value is all the way on. The premiums of this car do sol. Rogers rogers mad burnell love card. Good let's talk about it. J. j. and j. j. one. He's a legit prospect to. I like jayjay. it's just. It's a scribe then. Of course you like i'll abdul-razzaq al-hassan on on the usc card violent bob ross returns. It's a penny versus. Lupita is gonna go down this car too. So it's austin hubbard is the guy that who he's he's the one. I made that guy quit on the stool right maximum. Yes that's right so a lots of interesting storyline for probably the die hards. But you know. Jake paul was getting. I'm also of course we're so what's wrong of us. We have all these amazing lifelong martial artists. At the pinnacle sport. Phasing in the octagon and the benadryl cage in the cage thing now. Let's watches youtube guy versus a retired guy because you brought it up. Casey tap allergy not has worldwide light heavyweight rankings. I'm assuming these are based off of life. Fan interactions how tap algae rankings work. They have nemtsov the seventeenth. Best light heavyweight in the world. Oh no no don't during his are way off fan rankings like douglas nima is even the top ten watch weights massages rings outside the top ten two. So don't their rankings. Yeah yeah he is right popularity based. He's right above paul craig. And he's below on the top five though yawn. Glover dom ratchet and jerry. 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"paul dale" Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo

Papo de Fotógrafo

04:20 min | 3 months ago

"paul dale" Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo

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"paul dale" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

04:04 min | 5 months ago

"paul dale" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"How is coming back to What was before he before we kicked off so we talk a lot about pivoting and and being being visionary and thinking what he what does he want to be in one two three five years. So it's important to do that but we we from the one ones we then Find some issues within the organization. His head it depends if the if the executive wants to bring it to the group. Can he or she can. would meet monthly How many taylor in your grave now. I'd like to have a twelve. We've always been hovering around eleven but Helps you have a diverse group We've heard diverse We have for Let's see we have a company called party central. That's in in here with us Blackhawk datacom Is part of the group Steady construction cody steadily The gee whiz we have andrew robertson who has route energy. we did have roof of ruffin rodrigue. Unfortunately he passed. He was puerto rico group so met with a restaurant person in there. We have mark. Romero market is with brown and brown insurance so we have an insurance provider Then we move onto smaller gas guys We have Or energy services. Young man jason arsenal's outstanding. Then we have dane also sure Jason homa we have paul dales now and mark daniels. Both are going to be in the group Then we had Stewart foce stewart with the experts steel. Which is you know. He's still manufactory also has all the businesses with Related to two vessels offshore boats and things of that nature Then we have matt Matt say architect trade engineer by trade. He has a place in lafayette and in So you know matinee churches He's been off to any member group so we're pretty diverse. It's not it isn't just all gas we didn't want only oil and gas Because some of the best questions come from those who don't know our business right right so this group Eleven to twelve optimally. You guys meet periodically you meet with them privately. But then they bring together. I guess the synergy if you can talk about that like your through most of these businesses even if they are diverse they must hit some common walls. There must be some common threads in the in the conversation that you have with them. We've gone to learn no matter how diverse we are as a group. We all have similar issues very similar issues. in order to it's always round cash flow could be personnel could be the structured the organization You know it could be geographic location so when we look at the group In total they all feed off of one another and become extremely close but But the whole idea of the Of that is to process issues to talk boldly about what's happening with your business now. There's one part that we require one is in transparency. You've got to be very transparent bomb. You have to actually want to be part of the group and want the help and you and you have to be a bit We need to be tough. A fact is when we're having discussions you're going to be asked questions are going to make you uncomfortable. You may not like two questions but you know generally more often than not. It's it's an important question to be answered. So the group helps with that and wants to the the executive determines what path they might wanna take after that discussion group will support them in any way they can. The other key component does accountability..

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"paul dale" Discussed on Neue Encounter

Neue Encounter

03:44 min | 6 months ago

"paul dale" Discussed on Neue Encounter

"I don't think you watch movie. I don't think you listen to anybody at all. No okay please go go forth go ahead and do a snow nardi The only thing. I'm good for here is reading remembering what year i came out and the director doesn't three. You didn't know that. I also just love the cover. We're not talking about the cover. But i just love the cover like the poster or the actual like the cover. Yeah like growing up. I of him in the field. I swear though that. I haven't seen this movie but where i've seen like one slim piece of it while my dad was watching it and but i don't even know what piece but i know i've heard him watch it like heard the title big fish before as a human being but also stars Everybody you and we're gregor billy Just laying lane lane chinese How you say. I can say it in my head by our know. How fucking right. And helena bonham carter pretty much it all it matters. Why did you say your name like that. Are you say her name. Why did you say like that though. Didn't sound like a real name anyways read also has the girl from inception. Mo- forgot mall mall mall mal mall. Two hundred twenty end of the year is going to be so interesting. Because it's not just gonna be scarlett. Johansson symbol jackson because number of like most watched actor and actress. They're literally every movie so they're always at the top of everyone's list. I mean we've just watched two movies with steve Send me no. He actually came in an interview. His last name is actually sent me okay. We don't listen to him. Arianna garden said her all day. You it's only because her grandpa didn't wanna be italian. Who just wanted to whitewash. She wanted to be white and he said i am grandy. She has 'grande okay. The movie synopsis throughout his life. Edward bloom has always been a man of big appetites enormous passions and tall tales. In his later years he remains a huge mystery to ascend. William now to get to know the real man. We'll begins piecing together a true picture of his father from flash back flashbacks of his amazing adventures. Basically a liar. Bat movie of tall tales. Paul dales but the starbuck fairy tale type thing but indicated it. I didn't hate it. It's nick hated this shit. He said. I really don't wanna talk about this movie throughout through the like. Okay so yeah. The whole movie is basically just recounting and and going over. Edward bloom story tales and his big fantasies or whatever his exaggerated stories and halfway through the movie. It was getting kind of tiring. And i was like okay. You're a liar dude. Like shut up but then you start understanding why he's telling those stories and what the purpose of it is and why he's exaggerating them and stuff like that and then exaggerating them. 'cause sometimes life isn't that exciting not be exciting. It's not it's just better to be exciting exactly and that's why you just love this. So much is literally like your favorite movie ever. Apparently i to live in a dream world where i romanticized my for no reason. Also mercer loves Roll down a bunch of no. I have a lot of notes. I have a lot of thoughts. Nick doesn't have a relationship with his father so he hates this movie..

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"paul dale" Discussed on The Viall Files

The Viall Files

07:38 min | 6 months ago

"paul dale" Discussed on The Viall Files

"After all that we we do tend to swing like a pendulum depending on the soundtrack. And whatever we're sean. We really do claire. I think she'll come out on top for sure based on his absence so claire. Chris offers her an opportunity to. She's just like she she. Yeah she's just like listen. I just want to spend time with guys who i want to be with a hope. That's not a crime. Chris is like you know what cool. Let's do it Chris chris really making some extra money this episode. Yeah i know. I gotta say he's really earning. That paycheck is doing the extra time constantly keeping people on the edge. The paul dale. Yeah stuff and so yeah. This is where blake being there. I almost i feel bad for blake but at the same time. Can't stand him in this episode. God yes. I agree with you one hundred percent. I feel bad from like knowing how that will works. And i'm sure they're just using every sound bite but he is this guy or it's just like well first of all you called it. Never trust blake's intuition. Hey never trucks blake's gut don't ask. Don't go to blake for advice because this guy has as a real real does seem like he's either not seen the show a lot before or let it get to him or both. I mean because some of those sound bites you could see it coming out of his mouth from beginning to end like it wasn't like it was franken bitten or anything. I agree he was he was a little like righteous and the speaking with a little too much authority. Yeah and it. It didn't really know someone who's been someone who got early attention from andy and caitlyn right. I've been very different situation. But i've been dale side before right and the blake reminded me so much of. I don't know if you remember on caitlyn season joshua who had the the gut intuition about me. Yeah he's just might guy intuition. He has guy intuition he said it is jealousy. It's just like these guys. I know there's a lot of good guys here. But dale isn't one of them based on. What like what. I so do. So do you think it is jealousy. Yes i mean i. I don't know no one knows dale these guys. Don't no one knows sale that that thing. We can agree on something so like i don't know if dale is a great guy or bad guy as a human being in this world right but i know that these guys don't know either. You know what i'm saying. Like what they know is that he's gotten all clair's attention he probably talks a little bit too much and gives himself gets himself in trouble. Whether it's nervousness or like overconfidence and it becomes. It comes across as unattractive to the other guys i get all that none of none of it says who is the person and certainly has compatibility for clare. Blake is sitting here being like. There's so many good guys here. That could be right for claire. I just know it's not dale. It's so insane. How he has no problem speaking for for dale you know in all blake also reminds me over. I really had a problem with the way he talks about like when when he comes in and they're making the switch and he's like i've he makes his comment about how he even looked up. You know what i think. alzheimer alzheimer's. Oh he bought like books and did research drove me nuts. It reminded me of all the guys out there who's saying they're not only that but it's like a step further like your obsession or desire or your willingness to do things for someone does not mean they owe you anything in return like the way blake set. It comes at a price. I did this for clare in clair's mom and she doesn't like me back you know he's like well. I did this for her so she and he didn't do that. Yeah and blake dale and do that for a real problem with that is if it was like this real undertone of like blake felt owed and i felt really uncomfortable. I mean i don't think it will come as no surprise that. I have a bit of a software. Take on it. But i mean i agree. I don't love the insinuation that because he had done his research that she owed him anything. I i definitely felt the frustration was more that they all fell a little gypped you know and especially blake because he was the only other know front runner. Well i mean a little bit. Yeah jason jason. Although i never really bought any tattoo chest guy. He was super angry. Yeah well can. You couldn't get any who asked claire to apologize again. These guys came on for that. Come out of his mouth. But yeah yeah i know i agree. It was a little much it was kind of like. Just let her let her be and ultimately he. She's not going. She's gonna end up with one person no matter what i get it. I think that their frustration was sort of built up around. Everything and there was so much. Just like heightened anxiety and just wondering what's next and they kind of let it out on her but i agree i don't love how blake spoke so authoritatively like you know she doesn't know him she's gonna get her heartbroken. This isn't going to work out. It's like oh get enough now. She she doesn't know any of that now are he. Doesn't know any of that. He doesn't know any of that. And i gotta say. I thought claire when when boy band dude demanded an apology. So you're saying like we didn't hear him. We didn't see his lips moving. I i watched the scene so many times. I just found it so weird that we couldn't see him. Say these things but we saw all the guys looking at him. I have to dissect that bit more. It doesn't audio sounds fine. It sounds like he said it in that moment. Well he certainly looked like a yeah. There was enough evidence to support the fact that he also twitter's reaction to it too right like finally her reaction added up. And i got really weird that we didn't see it. I was just like well. Maybe there just wasn't a camera on him. At that moment she handled that surprisingly love to dissect this. I thought claire handled that great right. I was not. I thought she'd go off. She's gonna lose it and thought she. She listened she. You know she could tell. She didn't like what he had to say. But you know but the previews made it. Seem like she was gonna lose her. Yeah and she didn't she was like i. I'm sorry you're right. Also apologize for this apologize for that. But i'm not gonna apologize for having feelings for nor should she and i thought she handled it reasonably. Well yes. I thought she. She did really well. Well listen. I put a new wine rack in my house and a guy thirty bottles. It's like an art piece. You have to fill it up with wine art. I want to have good wine and i. I'm getting all my wind from bright colors or most of it and the good thing is is they give you this information about your y and where comes what. Good what pairs with. 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"paul dale" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"paul dale" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Win tickets to see Christopher cross at eight twenty five and we're at the writer director Marc almond he's the co author of nobody does it better the complete uncensored on authorized on heralded it will be tomorrow oral history of James Bond that's gonna be fun at nine twenty five nine twenty five right that does it for us stick around for mark Simone and his guest Michael Goodwin now let's get the news it's ten o'clock on top of the national and local stories for the ride home with new York's own box weeknights at six on seven ten W. along radio station forty five and cloudy at ten o'clock good morning on the warm laden a gun and facing attempted murder charges for two separate attacks on NYPD cops in the Bronx Robert Williams allegedly ambushed a police van Saturday night then opened fire yesterday in a police station how this was an attempt to assassinate police officers we need to use that word because it was a premeditated effort to kill mayor Dibble Lazio says the city has to fight back but the police union say the mayor is to blame the surgeons union says members of the NYPD are declaring war on the mayor and I build a blouse you'll sold the NYPD to the one percent hate cops would vote for him meanwhile president trump saying police are under so because of weak leadership and lack of support by the governor and mayor Blasio did condemned the shootings anyone who spews hatred at our officers is aiding and abetting this kind of atmosphere it's not acceptable time Scott Pringle W. O. R. D. democratic candidate for president or campaigning in New Hampshire before tomorrow's primary and they're stepping up their attacks on each other Joe Biden who admits he's headed for another disappointing finish here in New Hampshire is ripping into P. booted judge calling about for a lack of experience now with Bernie Sanders on top here including judge surging the two of them are also going after each other while the other candidates are simply looking to change the story line of this race Elizabeth Warren is looking for a much needed strong finish here any clover jars hoping she can ride the momentum coming out of her strong debate performance last week that's corresponded merry Bruce president trump he's also in New Hampshire holding a rally in Manchester tonight some people of lined up since yesterday morning a cruise ship is docked in Japan with the least seventy cases of the corona virus a dozen of them are American the freezer from Oregon is one of at least twenty three Americans you never think that something like this is going to happen you're just on vacation last night well for some the corona virus can be serious and deadly so far for Rebecca her treatment and isolated hospital room on shore has been going well it doesn't even feel like a cold to be perfectly honest I wouldn't have known that there was anything wrong with me if they hadn't tested me her husband had to stay behind on the ship so far he's tested negative that's corresponded Maggie Rulli the defense continues to present its case today the Harvey Weinstein sex assault trial he's accused of raping one woman performing them forcing a sex act on another white scenes attorneys trying to raise questions about the memories of the accusers and the nine eleven attack continue to take their toll on the FDNY firefighter Richard Jones of lieutenant Paul Dale junior both died of nine eleven related illnesses on Friday Jones was a firefighter for twenty years and letter twenty five on the Upper West Side receiving three acts of merit Dale served thirty three years that engine three seventeen in St Albans FDNY commissioner Dan I grow noted in a statement nearly two decades later the FDNY continues to lose remarkable men and women who never wavered in.

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"paul dale" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"paul dale" Discussed on 710 WOR

"New York weeknights at six point seven K. W. O. R. radio station forty three and raining at eight o'clock good morning on the warm late in the gunmen gonna be arraigned on attempted murder charges today after shooting two NYPD cops in separate attacks in the Bronx notable Lazio says Robert Williams ambushed a police van on Saturday night and then opened fire yesterday in a police station how this was an attempt to assassinate police officers we need to use that word because it was a premeditated effort to kill the mayor says the city has to fight back but the police unions are blaming him the surgeons union says members of the NYPD are declaring war on the mayor that build a blouse you'll sold the NYPD the one percent hate cops would vote for him meanwhile president trump saying police are under so because of weak leadership and lack of support by the governor and mayor de Blasio did condemned the shootings anyone who spews hatred at our officers is aiding and abetting this kind of atmosphere it's not acceptable time Scott Pringle W. O. R. D. and more coming up in the big three with Lennon Michael New Hampshire primary it's tomorrow and some people actually still undecided rain Paul says if you're after a week ago originally I had my support behind five but after watching results coming from Iowa and the ABC news debate in Manchester she changed her mind today my husband I both said I think I'll vote for Amy like so many Democrats she says her biggest concern is who can take this all the way I don't want to waste a vote in order to make bread milky ABC news Nashua New Hampshire the nine eleven attacks continue to take their toll to former firefighters have died from illnesses related to nine eleven your fighter Richard Jones of lieutenant Paul Dale junior both died of nine eleven related illnesses on Friday Jones was a firefighter for twenty years and letter twenty five on the Upper.

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"paul dale" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:49 min | 2 years ago

"paul dale" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Reviews and check project cost guides at homeadvisor dot com. This is weekend. Addition from NPR news. I'm Scott Simon. There's been a disruption part of the US energy grid, and it appears to have been a I kind cyber attack it happened in March. We know about it because you Chile reported to the department of energy and that report caught the attention of Blake Sobchak of EDNA news. He joins us nurse studios. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you for having me on the program. There was a disruption right in Utah, Wyoming and southern California, but not a power outage or anything that customers noticed. What affected have? That's correct. There was a disruption, but it did not lead to any blackouts a really as far as we know any halt in the flow of electronically. There what likely happened? Here was what's called a loss of visibility. There was a denial of service attack against some part of the utilities network infrastructure, and that basically led operators to not be able to see what was going on in the grid. So it's sort of like driving with blinders on if is nothing crazy happens, you should be fine. But it certainly constitutes a disruption in a reportable event here to the department of energy in a possible danger of usually it does pose a hazard, and that's why the department of energy actually requires utilities to report if they experienced cyberattack within one hour of the event itself. And so this is really the first time that we've seen a utility. Tell regulators at. At the at the department of energy. Hey hackers disrupted some of our operations. And in this case, again, it appears that was related to visibility as to what was happening on the grid there to know the utility. We do not know the utility what's interesting is this effected a pretty wide geographic area, Utah, Wyoming and California, southern California. And so there aren't too many utilities with that kind of geographic footprint, and I reached out to several and they all basically denied filing this report. And obviously no way of knowing if it were if the hackers were freelancers or or agents of a government or terrorist. It's really hard to say much about the hackers at this point. That's correct. Presumably the utility that was affected by this is investigating and is is really calling in perhaps the FBI to look at this. What we do know is that the type of attack that this was was what's called a denial of service, and it can be a little bit of a similar attack. So we don't know whether for instance. These were Russian hackers are sophisticated nation. State backed spies doing this. It really could have been somebody with a fairly rudimentary understanding of how to launch this type of attack. Now a denial of service attack works by flooding target networks with traffic. So that you can't tell what's legitimate from. What's not? So in the case of public website. A hacker might just bombarded with requests to visit that page until normal users can actually access it. So if you ever having trouble logging onto a site or accessing it, maybe that sites under under denial of service attack in this case, the denial of service exploited a particular vulnerability, so it was a little bit more targeted than that the hacker or hackers knew what they were doing. And we're able to actually find a particular flaw in this network equipment and send a certain type of packet or string of data to really make it stop working. There was of course, reportedly, and I guess twenty fifteen denial of service. Attack in Ukraine with leads went out of reportedly mounted by Russia. How susceptible is the US energy infrastructure grid? So it can be said about the US grid is it's an enormously complicated huge machine. A lot of people consider it to be the most complex machine ever built by humankind. And so that means there's a lot of resiliency built into it'd be very difficult to disrupt the grid and a big way from a cyber attack. However, we actually heard earlier this year US director of national intelligence, Dan Coats, warned that foreign hackers backed by perhaps nation states like China and Russia could cause localized temporary disruptions in US critical infrastructure to include the power grid. So I think what intelligence officials are worried about. And what utilities are potentially seeing is a small scale hack causing perhaps a temporary power outage. But nothing more which in and of itself is still certainly noteworthy alarming that our level of connectivity is such that hackers can have this power like Sobchak reporter for any news. Thanks so much for being with us. Thanks for having me on Minnesota is one of about a dozen states where spouse can be shielded from prosecution when they rape their partner. It's an exception in the law dates back decades. But this. This week governor signed a Bill to change that. Minnesota public radio's began Bish Bach says that comes mostly because of the efforts of one woman and a warning to our listeners there details in the beginning of the store. You may find disturbing. Jenny Thiessen has been made plenty of sexual requests during their marriage that made her uncomfortable. But she didn't find out until they were going through a divorce that he had raped her. She was reviewing files on his computer hard drive and made a shocking discovery for videos, he filmed raping her while she lay unconscious and one video the cameras on since face and lying next to the bed is her son a toddler he was next to me. And I had no idea because I was so cold. It's a hard story for Thiessen to tell this part brings her to tears nearly every time, but she's been making the rounds at the Minnesota capitol anyway, telling her story enough times that lawmakers are changing LA she says prevented her from getting Justice or just what a five that what I'm doing is. Right. And that one person's voice can really make a difference. It's called the marital rape, exception it shields. Spouses from prosecutions in cases, where they raped their partner, the origin of exceptions like this can be traced back hundreds of years to British common law. Eventually imported to American colonies. Back then men believed a woman's unconditional sexual consent was just part of the marriage contract. I can recall learning in law school about seventeenth century English common law principle that a husband could never be convicted of raping his wife that's sex. Stevenson, a freshman democrat in Minnesota whose carrying the Bill to eliminate the exception because by consenting to Mary, quote, the wife given up herself to her husband, those states had marital rape exceptions as part of their until nineteen seventy nine. That's when a Massachusetts bartender broke into the home. He used to share with his estranged wife and raped her. The case led to the first marital rape conviction in the nation by nineteen Ninety-three women's rights groups, pushed to make marital rape illegal in all fifty states, but Jenny Thiessen says enforcement still varied widely from state to state. There's these little loopholes in sub statutes that high deepen the books that. Pop out every once in awhile, Minnesota still prevents someone from being prosecuted if they are in a voluntary sexual relationship at the time of the alleged offence. Or if the complaint is the actors legal spouse Thiessen went to the authorities after she discovered the videos of the rape, but are ex-husband's attorney discovered the loophole in law. Ultimately, he was convicted of invasion of privacy in the case and serve less than thirty days in jail. The state estimates repealing the exception will result in seven additional convictions each year the national sexual violence resource center. It said more than fifty percent of female victims of rape report being assaulted by their partner. This is my supposed to be my most intimate partner my rider died. This is the person who I'm supposed to be able to trust. And they're the one who's who's hurting me Thiessen became a regular at the capital this year to change the law. She met with legislators and testified in committees. She says even the lobbyists have started to recognize her both the house and Senate passed the Bill unanimously Thiessen was up in the house. Gallery with her parents for the vote. I don't think I've seen my dad cry ever. And we all my mom my dad, and I looked at the board and within two seconds, three seconds. The whole board lit up green in an unusual move the entire house turn in their seats to acknowledge Thiessen after the vote the Bill is passed and its title agreed to. For NPR news. I'm brand of your Spock in Saint Paul. Dale Baer is written a book about his father and family father, most Americans know by just one name Yogi Lawrence Yogi bear, the hall of fame catcher, the metal marriage and Whitey Ford. New York Yankees in the nineteen fifties and sixties Yogi was the American League's most valuable player three times. But became almost is beloved as no most cuddly catcher who babbled with bewildering, but good natured malapropisms like it's deja vu all over again. He went on to manage the Yankees. Then the match Dale Berra was himself a major leaguer with the Yankees the Pittsburgh Pirates the Houston Astros, but he brought down his own career with drugs. His new book my dad, Yogi a memoir family in baseball. Dale Berra joins us from New York. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you, Scott. Thank for having me, your father famously said I never said most of the things I said, the Yogi 'isms how did he talk at home? To tell you the truth dad is we like to say is the most quoted man never said anything. Dad was just at home. I got to tell you though, I found it heartbreaking to read in this book. Although you weren't trying to break anyone's heart that your father never played catch with you. We heard that recently about any banks son to well, you know, it was never in that sort of way where we felt bad about it by him, not teaching us and not preaching to us took the pressure off us, and we never felt any pressure being Yogi, son. We were you know, he never taught us to play never taught us to fundamentals. He just said go out and play. So it really wasn't sad in any way. Believe me. I have to ask you, Mr. because you were such a highly regarded prospect putty explain what happened to you. It's called a poor choice on one innocent New Year's Eve in the early nineteen eighties. I went to a party with all my friends and justification rationalization. Everybody's doing it. I'm the only kid who's just has a couple beers. And is not doing coke. So you know, what I try it? And you know, what happened? I'm not like everybody else. I liked it too damn much. And what it did was take away. The split second timing of being able to hit a major league fastball. And to do the geometry that you need to do to run down ground balls and fro accurately it just took a split second off me, and I had a ten year career, but I would have been in my opinion on all star type player a couple years and the morals incredibly the morals and. Values that my dad instilled in me made me good cocaine user so to speak. I I don't understand that at all the moral father, instill humane cocaine user, here's how here's how I was never late for a game. Never would think about playing a game on coke. I was raised too. Well, to do that I convinced myself that I was okay. Painful as it is. But also think instructive to those of us do loved your father because you tell us about the time when he called you up and said get over here. And it was it was your father and your brothers wanted to talk to you about all this. Well, not to get too specific. I can just tell you that. It's kind of a motion for me. But he told me that I won't have brothers anymore. Boy, and that with the baron come lots of benefits, and my son you won't be a barrel anymore. And when I heard.

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"paul dale" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

13:47 min | 2 years ago

"paul dale" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Check project cost guides at homeadvisor dot com and the listeners of K Q E D fifty one degrees. Currently in San Francisco. Some clouds and fog this morning, then becoming sunny little bit cooler sixties to low seventies along the coast at long this interdiction from NPR news. I'm Scott Simon. There's been a disruption part of the US energy grid, and it appears to have been a I kind cyber attack it happened in March. We know about it because you Tillery reported it to the department of energy and that report caught the attention of Blake Sobchak of EDNA news. He joins us nurse studios. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you for having me on the program. There was a disruption right in Utah, Wyoming and southern California, but not a power outage or anything customers noticed. What affected it have? That's correct. There was a disruption, but it did not lead to any blackouts a really as far as we know any halt in the flow of electronically. There what likely happened? Here was what's called a loss of visibility. There was a denial of service attack against some part of the utilities network infrastructure, and that basically led operators to not be able to see what was going on the grid. So it's sort of like driving with blinders on is nothing crazy happens. You should be fine. But it certainly constitutes a disruption in a reportable event here to the department of energy and possible danger of usually it does pose a hazard, and that's why the department of energy actually requires utilities to report if they experienced cyberattack within one hour of the event itself. And so this is really the first time that we've seen a utility tell regulators. At the at the department of energy. Hey, hikers disrupted some part of our operations. And in this case again, it appears that was related to visibility as to what was happening on the grid. There do know the utility. We do not know the utility what's interesting is this affected a pretty wide geographic area, Utah, Wyoming and California, southern California. And so there aren't too many utilities with that kind of geographic footprint, and I reached out to several and they all basically denied filing this report. And obviously no way of knowing if it were if the hackers were freelancers or or agents of government or terrorist. It's really hard to say much about the hackers at this point. That's correct. Presumably the utility that was affected by this is investigating and is is really calling in perhaps the FBI to look at this. What we do know is that the type of attack that this was what's called a denial of service, and it can be a little bit of a similar attack. So we don't know whether for instance. These were Russian hackers are sophisticated nation. State back spies doing this. It really could have been somebody with fairly rudimentary understanding of how to launch this type of attack. Now a denial of service attack works by flooding target networks with traffic. So that you can't tell what's legitimate from. What's not? So in the case of public website. A hacker might just bombarded with request to visit that page until normal users can actually access it. So if you ever having trouble logging onto a site or accessing it, maybe that sites under under denial of service attack in this case, the denial of service exploited a particular vulnerability, so it was a little bit more targeted than that the hacker or hackers knew what they were doing. And we're able to actually find a particular flaw in this network equipment and send a certain type of packet or string of data to really make it stop working. There was of course, reportedly, and I guess twenty fifteen denial of service. Attack in Ukraine ledge went out reportedly mounted by Russia. How susceptible is the US energy infrastructure on grid? So it can be said about the US grid is it's an enormously complicated huge machine. A lot of people consider it to be the most complex machine ever built by humankind. And so that means there's a lot of resiliency built into it. It'd be very difficult to disrupt the grid in a big way from cyber attack. However, we actually heard earlier this year US director of national intelligence, Dan Coats, warned that foreign hackers backed by perhaps nation states like China and Russia could cause localized temporary disruptions in US critical infrastructure to include the power grid. So I think what intelligence officials are worried about. And what you till ladies are potentially seeing is a small scale hack causing perhaps a temporary power outage. But nothing more which in and of itself is still certainly noteworthy alarming that our level of connectivity is such that hackers can have this power like Sobchak, a reporter for any news. Thanks so much for being with us. Thanks for having me on Minnesota is one of about a dozen states where a spouse can be shielded from prosecution when they rape their partner. It's an exception in the law the dates back decades, but this. This week. The governor signed a Bill to change that. Minnesota public radio's brand Bish Bach says that comes mostly because of the efforts of one woman and a warning to our listeners there details in the beginning of the store. You may find disturbing. Jenny Thiessen has been made plenty of sexual requests during their marriage that made her uncomfortable. But she didn't find out until they were going through a divorce that he had raped her. She was reviewing files on his computer hard drive and made a shocking discovery four videos, he felt raping her while she lay unconscious in one video the cameras on face and lying next to the bed is her son a toddler he was next to me. And I had no idea because I was so out cold. It's a hard story for Thiessen to tell this part brings her to tears nearly every time, but she's been making the rounds at the Minnesota capitol anyway, telling her story enough times that lawmakers are changing law. She says prevented her from getting Justice or just the what a five that what I'm doing is. Right. And that one person's voice can really make a difference. It's called the marital rape exception. It should spouses from prosecutions in cases where they raped their partner. The origin of exceptions like this can be traced back hundreds of years to British common law. Eventually imported to American colonies. Back then men believed a woman's unconditional sexual consent was just part of the marriage contract. I can recall earning in law school about seventeenth century English common law principle that a husband could never be convicted of raping his wife that's sex. Stevenson, a freshman democrat in Minnesota who's carrying the Bill to eliminate the exception because by consenting to Mary, quote, the wife given up herself to her husband, no states had marital rape exceptions as part of their until nineteen seventy nine. That's when a Massachusetts bartender broke into the home. He used to share with his estranged wife and raped her. The case led to the first marital rape conviction in the nation by nineteen Ninety-three women's rights groups, pushed to make marital rape illegal all fifty states, but Jenny Thiessen says enforcement still varied widely from state to state. There's these little loopholes in sub stat sheets that high deep in the books that. Pop out every once in a while Minnesota's still prevents someone from being prosecuted if they are in a voluntary sexual relationship at the time of the alleged offence. Or if the complaint is the actors legal spouse Thiessen went to the authorities after she discovered the videos of the rape, but are ex-husband's attorney discovered the loophole in law. Ultimately, he was convicted of invasion of privacy in the case and serve less than thirty days in jail. The state estimates repealing the exception will result in seven additional convictions each year the national sexual violence resource center. It said more than fifty percent of female victims of rape report being assaulted by their partner. This is my supposed to be my most intimate partner my rider died. This is the person who I'm supposed to be able to trust. And they're the one who's who's hurting me Thiessen became a regular at the capital this year to change the law. She met with legislators and testified in committees. She says even the lobbyists have started to recognize her both the house and Senate passed the Bill unanimously teasing was up in the house. Gallery with her parents for the vote. I don't think I've seen my dad cry ever. And we all my mom my dad, and I looked at the board and within two seconds three seconds the whole or put up green in an unusual move. The entire house turned in their seats to acknowledge Thiessen after the the Bill is passed and its title agreed to. For NPR news. I'm brand of your spoke in Saint Paul. Dale Baer is written a book about his father and family father, most Americans know by just one name Yogi Lawrence Yogi bear, the hall of fame catcher the mantle Whitey Ford. New York Yankees in the nineteen fifties and sixties Yogi was the American League's most valuable player three times. But became almost is beloved as no most cuddly catcher who babbled with bewildering, but good natured malapropisms like it's deja vu all over again. He went on to manage the Yankees. Then the match Dale Berra was himself a major leaguer with the Yankees the Pittsburgh Pirates in the Houston Astros. But he brought down his own career with drugs. His new book my dad, Yogi a memoir family in baseball. Dale Berra joins us from New York. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you, Scott. Thank for having me, your father famously said I never said most of the things I said, the Yogi 'isms how. Did he talk at home? To tell you the truth dad is we like to say is the most quoted man, I never said anything dad was just dad at home. I got to tell you though, I found it heartbreaking to read in this book. Although you weren't trying to break anyone's heart that your father ever played catch with you. We heard that recently about Ernie banks to well, you know, it was never in that sort of way where we felt bad about it by him, not teaching us and not preaching to us took the pressure off us, and we never felt any pressure being Yogi, son. We were you know, he never taught us to play never taught us to fundamentals. He just said go out and play. So it really wasn't sad in any way. Believe me. I have to ask you, Mr Barrot because you were such a highly regarded prospect buddy explain what happened to you. It's called a poor choice. Non one innocent New Year's Eve in the early nineteen eighties. I went to a party with all my friends justification rationalization. Everybody's doing it. I'm the only kid who's just has a couple beers. And is not doing coke. So you know, what I try it? And you know, what happened? I'm not like everybody else. I liked it too damn much. And what it did was take away. The split second timing of being able to hit a major league fastball. And to do the geometry that you need to do to run down ground balls and fro accurately it just took a split second off me, and I had a ten year career, but I would have been in my opinion, all star type player a couple years and the morals incredibly the morals and. Values that my dad instilled in me made me good cocaine user so to speak. I I don't understand that at all the moral father still cocaine user, here's how here's how I was never late for a game. Never would think about playing a game on coke. I was raised too. Well, to do that I convinced myself that I was okay. Painful as it is. But also, I think instructive to those of us who loved her father because you tell us about the time when he called you up and said get over here. And it was it was your father and your brothers wanted to talk to you about all this. Well, not to get too specific. I can just tell you that. It's kind of a motion for me. But he told me that I won't have brothers anymore. Boy, and that with the baron, aim come lots of benefits, and my son you won't be a barrel anymore. And when I heard that my life changed on the spot. This book is about the importance of family and how much dad and mom and stilled. Family and all of us growing up and. Faced with my family. Leaving may I knew right then and there I would never do another drug or take another drink for the rest of my life. And I know that in a jargon, and recovery jargon. You're never supposed to say that you're supposed to respect the drug. You're supposed to one day at a time. I got an I understand that. But you know, what.

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"paul dale" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"paul dale" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Dr. West to southwest Ford forward highway at interstate twenty in Weatherford. And let's go to Bill a Jim in Dallas, excuse me. Thank you for older. Jim. Hi, Ed calling had a question about my in-laws are interested in or they think they need a new car. Yes, they're eighty they have a a eight or nine year old Hyundai a Sarah was seventy or eighty thousand miles on it. It's has done a great job for them. Yeah. Yeah. They they like it. I think they want a new car to drive them into their their sunset. So they're interested in. Hyundai sonata or a Toyota Camry. Okay. And so my question, and then I heard that previously your comments on the sonata. Which which of those would be the best for them. Be new four cylinder. Okay. Probably fully loaded. Okay. First thing. I assume they're up there, mentally sharp ambulatory one one really only one of them driving. So okay. That is correct. He is. And this is the issue that everybody everybody gets face with sooner or later is you get a certain age and your abilities can suffer fairly quickly. Correct. And a lot of people write me sue, I've got this arthritis. I got a bad back which is perfect and everyone reacts differently. You know is your arthritis in your hands. Is it in your elbow? Is it in your back? Do you have a problem turning your neck every cars different? But if they've had the Hyundai and they had the zero and they really liked it. Then I would think moving into the snotty would be the right choice. But we still only got one driving. That means we have some issues with the other. Yes. With the other. Yes. That is correct. Okay. So we have to get both of them in and out of the car. See how they react see if the doors to heavy for see if it's too far reached to get it to shot to see if there's any blind spots to them. You know, I the other day over the past few weeks, the neighbors up the street completely and totally remodeled their house rebuilt it. Really, right. Uh-huh. And the finishing touch was a little Walter. They put around which is kinda Q cinderblock than they put stucco on it made it look Spanish, and my wife, and I were driving. She said, you know, they build that wall. And it's not a very tall wall. She said, it's just a shade too. High. Can't see what's coming down the street, and I did want to say if you were six inches taller. Like, I am you can. You follow me? Yes. I did. It was a problem for her to see around the wall. But actually, I'm sitting there. I can see perfectly well down the street. So she's probably listening now. So I'm in trouble when I get home, but up to that point you need to take them out. And let them drive it and experience it, and you need to help them saying if you deteriorate slightly does this car still work for you? That's the issue. And that is a concern out of it. Well for both of them. But. The husband a retired doctor, and he's he's still has pretty much all of his faculties. And just kind of what's his wife moving into the dementia stages in Alzheimer's stuff. So well, a reminder that just a week ago. I did the story about John McCain's mother who's now hundred six. Yeah. But thirteen years ago, she was in Europe. And she went to rent a car, and they wouldn't rent her a car because of her age. So she went out and bought a per show to tour European. At nine hundred three. Yeah. It's nice to do. Well, hopefully, your father in law will do the same. I hope so too. But that okay. So you're really they're both good choices. But moving out of the the Sierra that's an automobile natural progression. Where do they live in Little Rock? Oh my gosh. Okay. I know I was telling the wife I keep looking up great places to retire in the worst states in America to retire. Right. And Arkansas has like showing up in state after state after state is the worst one of the worst states retiring. And I said yet, I know all my I've got lots of friends that have bought homes. They're returned Arkansas. The absolutely love it. So it just shocked in any case. Here's last -til. If you're going to help them do that, and they live in a Little Rock check, the quality of the dealers in Little Rock. They don't tend to have as good a reputation as the best of the best in Dallas Fort Worth. I understand that. And I I had told him that. I would certainly source it here for them. Wait, wait a minute. Jim. I'll tell you how to handle this Paul Dale rand off at HUD finds Hyundai in McKinney because Dale used to be with Franken many years ago went to work for national auto group, and he ran one of their stores in Little Rock. He could tell you in a heartbeat who the good dealers are there. Okay. They'll randolph. There you go. He's the GM at ha- fines McKinney fantastic. Thank you have a good weekend. There you go. My brain was still working near the end of the show, and that is actually becoming a rarity. Let's go to Bill and Graeme berry. Hey, bill. What's going on? Oh, just a little bit of rain a whole lot of rain. That's good thing. Well, that's good. Because a few years ago, you had no rain and day Cordova band, just became the band. God. Of course, you for you, my wife, and I recently retired last year. And our house is paid for and we are going to full time or v. It's not going to be with the bus is just going to be with the big old fifth wheel. And I'm going to buy probably within the next month or two probably a two or three year old. Really? To pool that already owned the trailer. No, okay. We will purchase. The trader is. No, I want you to hold. I'm gonna take a break because it's gonna take more than thirty seconds. Okay. Okay. Bill's going to go on hold..

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"paul dale" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"paul dale" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Us. He's just a LA boy born and raised a, you know, he just proud of his LA roots. That's all it is. I'm not disappointed with the talent and just not at all. I just know I know. Right now you can vote at Sodano ESPN regardless of your preferences, which city has more talent Los Angeles, Miami or near Miami winces by seventy two thirty. Yeah, you're anything. New York gets any love? No. See, I'm not even gonna come. It man. I hope for New York. Where'd you meet her though? In New York. Split vote Chad over there. LA ad guy immediately says Miami number one. No, Doubtfire LA add add something else. Dole onsite. Nobody's home. This is a sports, talk radio, so we can't talk like that. Clean it up. I can't. I can't. All right. Which city to score the most points. What was talking about. Who are we talking about some of the NBA George Paul, Dale Paul? So Paul, George recently did a some sort of media. Oh, he did the score in Canada, and he was asked about his agency, and he says, quote, LA was pissed at me. I don't. I didn't give magic meeting which I understand. But at that point I knew I wanted to give it another shot. I didn't want to prolong waste people's time. He went on to say, I one hundred percent appreciate Laker nation for wanted me to come back home, wanted me to play in front of them. I wanted to come there year ago prior to going. Okay. See, unfortunately, I wasn't traded to the Lakers Lakers didn't grab me. I was traded to Oklahoma, and that's been a beautiful thing for me. Well, I guess if he's happy, but boy, I think basketball wise mistake, he made a mistake because a way he better even though even though I think what a guy like Westbrook because I believe in Westwood, even though a lot of people think he's a hot dog. That he has the ability to still get his team into the playoffs. Yeah, because he has just a special talent or I think they could potentially be a playoff team again, but they're on the cuss. Yeah. Yeah. The six, seven, eight hundred seventy Michael..

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"paul dale" Discussed on DLC

DLC

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"paul dale" Discussed on DLC

"And making it feel like a much more cohesive experience that idea in in conceptually something that seems really fun and kind of wild but also fraught with problems for but then i wondered what extent those problems might be like appealing to the community or flake dan you go back and play the game in you find the exploit that the wing suit gives you imagine that's a pretty cool stream able moment or like kind of that exploring gameplay where the devs might say yeah you have all these old abilities have fun like would you want to go back to those old areas with new powers and see if you could explain it or does that not sound interesting to you i think it'd be fun because it makes me think of putting sonic to into the sonic and knuckles thing and to go back knuckles oh i can climb that wall now and it makes it feel like a new experience so that might be the oldest possible reference for this conversation but that's the thing it's awesome one of the piece of news i wanted to bring up with you guys who says i think it's so cool fortnight evidently is doing an a r g or epic i should say doing air jeeves four fortnight and how this was discovered is pretty wild evidently somebody was hanging out in palmdale california and i don't know where paul dale even is don't believe this was coincidental to be a full skeptic is it misspelled as a palmdale is i don't know what paul dale is but palmdale is a place anyway yeah i'm guessing it seems like typo anyway mill the desert and someone's hanging out and they see the derbyshire mascot from fortnight fullsize in the desert in the middle of nowhere and dispersion has no it doesn't play four nine has no idea what it is and tweets about it or instagrams about it and then a bunch of fortnight players and they've went visited it the doom clan from fort night head out to see the mascot for themselves when i got there there was a person who handed them a card that had a phone number on the back of it and read agent thirty six seventy eight so there's a some poor soul was asked to stay out there and just hand if anyone comes here give him this like oh okay well is there is wifi can shifts i would hope as working shifts not one person out there until somebody happens to show you in the middle of the desert is wifi no their cellphone coverage no can i bring a book i guess so yes so now a couple of people visited this site and they got the same card the phone number when you call it evidently you hear the sound effect of something getting ripped through the the portal that happened in fort night the sound of the anomaly and there's a sign outside that says if you can read this you're in range of the anomaly and evidently there's also a police car lifesize police car from the game out there that you can find so real stuff in the game as well like an anchor has appeared and other objects from the quote unquote real world that look a little different than south that had been in game is is showing up it's it's like that episode of the simpsons where they went to the real world and became three find an erotic cake actually i don't know i don't i don't really have much to say about this other than it's freaking cool and i want the company that's making all the money to spend it this way this is super red i think it's part of the reason that i think fortnight has taken off in the mainstream in a way that g didn't quite because i think i prefer to play pudgy but i totally understand that like okay fortnight is more palatable aids it's free in be it has personality you know it's got this this weird lower this living world that they're changing and everything and.

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"paul dale" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

Big Brown Breakdown

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"paul dale" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

"To get to certain level where these these girls i'm going to play that game what else got kind of like john jones e ish channels never miss wait though i mean it skills are so bad damn good you know what i'm saying like she she's like i love amanda cooper phenomenal fighter one of my favorite fighters fennell female fighters a huge future but america was formed four she's not fighting the criminal krim she we'd eight to fuck up right now she fights criminal she's not there yet goes to the ground hundred percent what else you got all right speaking of weight king mo after the loss of baiter he says he's moving down to middleweight now freaking mo i love king mo i thought it heavyweight light heavyweight middleweight makes sense bill let's be a big cup for him but those tough five king he had hip surgery he's coming off hipster j needs hip surgery rhyme baiters kind of in his prime told you ryan betas my my dark horse to win this thing still is there's just a tough fight kim mil yet caught early on super who i love king mo what else you got that was super loud punch to if you heard it was like no i've only i watched it with the sound basically down because was watching it like midnight it sounds like really painful embarrass empowerment are so this is also a delatour when paul dale is fighting john fitch he was booing along with the crowd at with john fischer is doing.

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"paul dale" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"paul dale" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"You'll divorce room yeah exactly that's like looking for new house mmhmm and you're like i i really don't want to spend more but i'd like to have more room gotta move out more north you can be a valencia get a new palmdale paul dale bakersfield yup yup we're like rozier valley there you go would interal valley somewhere right like off a button will on the five headed up to northern california is a hangar rightness get out there mcfarland what's the cross country team i saw the movie he was good there but that's where you're going prior right all right so it's not like your you can get rid and get more dot it's is that's not the idea right now lakers to getting more portion would come in july and is coming and i think madam pool some magic he's going to bring some big here let's go to paul paul and elsa gotta what's i will go dog i wanted to say i will tell us the lakers by macau it's not with that and i feel like friends i live in tied together every says we want our championship than we stopped the and i feel like our franchises tied together because our bogor gms making are owners are made the same moves where we didn't bring back to good players we went for the free agents and dallas we had that we in a cellar lakers pretty much in the cellar we give them good i regret round picks but not clear that's going to change her france i saw i feel like that you bandelin klar seeing when you already have two pieces were close in the six men he's already locked that will out i felt like williams last year when the sixman he locked arrow dell so why why wouldn't you if you are in place in wound you had that robo four where he show and julius randle as a a solid power forward why are we trying to get rid of the pc that are solid edged her to go for something in a for the measure.

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"paul dale" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"paul dale" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"That's good stuff right there working for the weekend we got around one a mixture of words and they're both got a wrong if we said working for the weekend and the song was everybody's horta to the weekend at still wrong this is not all it's not like up don't without prices righty so well you know peter i guess according to monitor we both got a wrong so therefore neither of us went on this occasion oh dude you are a loser with an el nino by the way all the way yes who is paul dale something peter get off my fall by the way this alloway song that that mondo played who was at robbi du pre could you why call for i asked him to get it so i knew which one it was it wasn't like he played it in surprise me let's go to judith in downey judith good evening good evening how are you mao i'm wonderful how's your evening so far are going great even better now tracking you my favorite her camp oh you are so nice it's it's it's really unfair because i told all my friends to call before the show and i just want to be honest it is we can we can stop the wru's now okay you can just and stuff they can it's okay but thank you oh okay grant alisyn fake news fake news fake man thanks so much i just missing retire heart it's it's hard for me now you butter me up and then i'm supposed to try to try to tear you down we play he now game of tunes is you drive a hard bargain here you work in the psychology on me right now our you can i can you keren that mean ran right i'll think about it will play the song and we'll see what happens judith how 'bout that arcade wonder how difficult gene that's not easy mondo no it's not new juditha and have stand i am in your eyes any guess some humpty him and are now that's digital underground that's not bad at because that's the right around the same time actually and but the name in assam this fight the power by public enemy it was a part of this back to do the right thing oh.

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"paul dale" Discussed on WAXE 1370

WAXE 1370

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"paul dale" Discussed on WAXE 1370

"On a reflection he's a retired nypd detective won't see entire inspector gadget box that watches it religiously might khurana welcome back mike it's good to be back here when did you watch inspector gouge long longtime ago anyway we many many years ago we were discussing nine eleven with people before the show like i was there come down don't try to tell me if a conspiracy theories outside the boy looks go on i do uh you can you know you have a palm of your hand the flop with right but anyway we're back after a week off we just ran last week the week before show last week because because region i just by internet was show sporadic i couldn't put together the show plus pows might have been dr result for moshe anybody call in that they missed me the week before they're all year plenty of louisville paul dale they're going to say that you had to answer all the questions we got a contract nash to the front of the national lady that we have the national national radio we were making it here he told me that i would really just discussing the now discussing the very polite let's a nice car it's awesome it just wasn't you our alert mit knowledge met that i was unaware that nashville came am she had gump sharia today have some things you don't regional about cars and then i'm embarrassed to say it in know that he didn't ask me as yet because you are here can i ask you when you're sitting him he was he was a judge that day he didn't pick the car is right right well i wish the judge you regina johnny myers was a judge you right shane away she got out judged oh judge delta will strive run into some history because we got a big show but first are gonna give you some forty new hasn't car crash in west yarmouth massachusetts which is on the cape led police to discover a filthy car filled to the brim with trashing rubbish the coins are wish sharma's police department there was so much trash inside fifty three year old in big lynn's ford focus senate completely fill the inside from.

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"paul dale" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

The Tom Leykis Show

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"paul dale" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

"You these why people are going to be old am victory on bakersfield words all the infielder there but the after cheap is fucking to be you know how that's what happened in place like paul dale as well in santa clara reader right and then where you live arizona arizona barber tall only when you type of your durations does the matt lotta take you there could use is that if you're doing can like it's on the country started you're you're how yeah it's also in a in a david area in a non incorporated part of santa barbara county sell it's all private road so it to be is a very hard to find using google maps or any of that stuff is les you need like him in on estate couple property right tom that's right and then you know we're no doing here it's own but deaf okay loser who is fucking what you're cameron then you came our new life yeah and you look you're for an owner couldn't on turnover on turn to talk to mike gave voice for in yeah that was and i don't where that was the hollywood hills house all that to live by were folk in there craig you know kanye west that's right all why wouldn't even all in the country no no denied i have one ours no hollywood hills with bad beautiful due you seen the pictures that i blowing line and they're not i have the other location be twenty eight career hunch where there's practically nobody and so most they when you go down the weekend in your there by yourself dude and goal line leader and all sometimes you kind of feel scared to you led refuse killing your by yourself tom on it so why don't you have a gun or something well you'll never know when i do or don't have one put it that way i'm not against owning a gun and you've you really have no idea what i do or don't have one that's right tony yeah i don't.

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