35 Burst results for "Portsmouth"
"portsmouth" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board
"Big is the best value you can get in the league. I'm going to give you a hard time. Because for those that missed out and you should not have missed out on last week's episode, but we kind of had a debate and he was a little bit lower on guys like Mark Williams and some of the rim running shot blockers. He thinks that you can get them low, which makes sense because you look at when you look at Jared Allen, Clint capela, Mitchell Robinson, Rudy Gobert. None of those guys were lottery picks. And so I think in a redraft, they would be a lot higher, but you definitely can get value big. And who was the one that burned you that kind of like ruined it for you? You really need to make me say his name. EK Yannick bogu. Oh, the guy from UCLA. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. I thought we were done saying adding bogus name, but every episode. I apologize for that. All right, one more guy that I want to ask about. And he was my favorite player there. Even though I didn't necessarily watch the whole tournament, but he was the guy that I was looking forward to seeing. Jamari bouie, I did like a little video clip on him back in January. And ever since then, I kind of fell in love with his game. He's like this, this guy that you know that nobody can really guard, nobody can check. Just gets buckets, but then you kind of wonder about his NBA fit. And then he had a big game in the tournament, thinking like 36 points. And then that's when some people started to really, you know, pay a little bit of attention to them, but by then it was too late. I know he was at Portsmouth. How did he look? Well, he measured with a plus 6 wingspan in the best vertical in the entire field. So that was really impressive. But the first game that I saw him and he was, he was getting to the room. I forget who the center was might have been Brooks, actually, that he went against, but don't quote me on that. It was him or daru. And he went right at him right next to the rim, both of the center's hands right there finished right over the top at the rim, really impressive. The space creation was nice. He got off a couple shots, was good passing. Sadly, the numbers just didn't back him up. There were a couple unlucky misses. He wasn't getting a lot of assist because he the guys were missing his shots. But ultimately, I think the talent very much so stood out in the measurements really helped him. He strikes me as a guy that is going to end up in the G league. Maybe on a two way deal and it's going to absolutely tear the G Lee up because of pace is going to be faster, the spacing should be better than college basketball, even though the G league spacing is not like MBA spacing. But the way the G league is played, I think it benefits scores, like a guy that can score or create his own shot. So I expect him to put up huge numbers in the G league. And then he's going to have to decide. Do I want to continue to chase the NBA? Because with his ability to score, I mean, he's going to get some huge money off or somewhere overseas. And that's always a tough dilemma for guys that are coming from port Smith. You may be like a senior, right? And so you're basically almost too old for NBA scouts because right now you got to be a teenager. It's like they only want teenagers. It doesn't even matter about production in the sense. You have athleticism, positional size, show some skilled handling the ball. You legitimately could be an NBA prospect. So these seniors that are even more skilled and better who may have seemed to have a limited upside. They usually end up in the G league and they play well in the G league and then that's when the decision is made, which to me is like totally unfair because there are guys in the G league that are better than guys playing on NBA rosters who are younger and it's just kind of this weird space we're in in the draft world, which makes our job a little bit more difficult because you got to project the head, not necessarily what you see right now. Well, man, that wraps it up. Thank you so much for coming on for giving us the Intel and the insight on Portsmouth. I've always wanted to do a podcast on what goes on in port Smith because I mean, I wasn't going to Norfolk, especially, not even norseman. Norfolk, Portsmouth, especially after doing all the traveling back and forth from Europe. So I'm going to stay in.
"portsmouth" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board
"NBA big board, the director of scouting for NBA big board and Richard statement AKA mask drafts AKA magic draft AKA locked on NBA draft guru. All right, who else stood out to you? Yeah. I'll go with the next one. I have to put somebody from the, honestly, this is too rapid fire here. I'll go quick and then go on to the next. There's so many guys that stood out. It was a field of, I think, 64. Players. So we're a ton of guys that stood out. Cafe aluma from Virginia tech. He is an awkwardly positioned player because he's not a center he can not guard back to the basket Biggs and really protect the rim at a full-time role. But he can be a weak side guy who you put him on a small forward playing for if that makes sense. I'm trying to think the right words, but my brain is fried for whatever reason. If you put him on that kind of role, I think you can actually hang with them. He's high IQ, he can stretch the floor. And be a good rotational defender. So I like him. Another one that stood out Darius days is efficiency overall for the tournament wasn't that high. But especially that first game, I mean, he was picking and popping, picking and rolling the whole way. And he was really thriving. I'm a big fan of him. I like his defense. He was intercepting post entry passes a lot. Super long arms, he's 6, 7 with a 7 foot and a half wingspan. It's almost identical to draymond green's measurements also with weight. So you look at that and there's some upside with him and he can stretch the floor. I fully believe the shooting upside. Those are two in a pause there. All right, overall, I want to ask you this. I've probably should have mentioned this in the first segment. How was the overall play? I've been to plenty of tournaments where scouts and the building guys feel like they're playing for their lives in a sense. They're playing for contracts and opportunities. Overall, how was the gameplay? Was it a little selfish? Were guys playing two one selfish? And I feel like I've seen a little bit of both. Even when I used to work in the G league for the Texas legends, we had tryouts. And sometimes it would be a hundred guys there. Sometimes guys would trying to play the right way, and they never get the ball back, and then they realized like, okay, I haven't. Shown anything in the last day or so. So now I gotta get my shots up. So it could turn into a little bit sloppy. I've been to Vegas and seeing someone like the pro exposure camps that they have going on at summer league all the time. It's the same thing. Either somebody's playing extremely selfish or somebody's being too unselfish. So that was a long winded question. But overall, how do you think the gameplay was? Yeah, it was there was definitely blends of both. I would say, well, for starters, let me go back to cafe lube. He definitely was the perfect blend. I think he played both within himself and knew when to be shoot first, but it wasn't ever out of the flow of the game, which I think that also is what really stood out to me and if you ask anybody who watched those games and the people I talked to that did watch the rest of the games, he was a guy who I mean he had he was good in playing his role in not stepping out of it and either way being too aggressive or too passive. But there were definitely some times the best example I can say is the first game. It took a long time to get going. It was two 20 minute halves. And it took about four minutes for either team to really for the combined score, I think, to be even over double digits. It was an MBA style with some college results. But then the next game, it was over a hundred for each. It was the only I think it was the only game with both teams scoring over a hundred. It was just, it didn't matter how good the defense was, things like that. And it was everybody was getting theirs and honestly, I think I preferred the second one where everybody played such a great role in this, probably why it was so high scored. Okay. All right, I have a couple of names I want to throw out for you. Task Sherman, how did he look? Hey, I was going to get to him next. I liked him. Kind of like his West Virginia days, you know, the efficiency didn't exactly pop. It was a little bit underwhelming. But him and Darius days in that first game they played, they really connected well. I liked how he ran a pick and roll with him a couple of times, set up days on absolutely beautiful pick and roll pocket passes setting up a dunk. To me, it showcased what he would look like with more talent around him. He still took a couple bad shots, was a little bit skinnier than I had expected. But ultimately, I think his scoring ability. There were some plays where he was being smothered and he still got his shot out completely clean and separated. So I was impressed with him. Okay, what about my guy nazir Brooks? I knew nazir from when he actually played his last year of high school basketball here in Dallas. You played out school. Called API, which featured me Terrence Ferguson was on that team, Trayvon Duvall, Billy Preston. I mean, these are names that if you follow high school basketball the last 5 or 6 years, these were some pretty hot names, but my zeros on the team, I think he started off as Cincinnati, went to Miami, finished that old mess, kind of like a traditional center. How did he look? Yeah, you know, they didn't let him do as much posting up like all misted where it was kind of soft hooks. They let him play a very, very specialized role. He was coming over rotating from the weak side and making a lot of blocks. And he was also throwing down a lot of dunks. To me, it stood out that he could easily be an energy big with his size and athleticism. So I was impressed with him too, that was actually a guy who I was going to get down to because one I know you know him and two just the energy bigs I'm a soccer forum. I think there really is a spot for him in the week, so many of them. Wait a minute. The same guy that values energy bigs low. I'll give you a hard time. I know you're giving Trump for last week. I mean more is undrafted free agents. I think they're the best bargain. And undrafted.
"portsmouth" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board
"The information that you need is right there on your phone or on your computer, all you have to do is access rock auto dot com and it is available. Like I said, it's at home or in your pocket. You can save time and money when using rock auto. And there's no need to spend as much money as you would at auto parts. Auto parts store, you can save 30, 50, and even a 100% by going to rock auto dot com. And that's because rock auto is a family business, and it has been serving do it yourself first for over 20 years, rock all of prices are reliably low for every customer. They have everything you need from break parts to tail lamps, motor oil, and even new carpet. So if your kids, that little mud and your carpet from playing soccer, go to rock auto dot com and they can replace them. Go explore the easy to use website today, find the solution for your auto part need. Go to rock auto dot com right now and see all the parts available for your car or your truck, right, locked on in there. How did you hear about this box? So they know that we sent you. Amazing selection, reliably, low prices, and it has all the parts that your car will ever need at rock auto dot com. Sling is the best of live TV for the best price. It's everything you love about live and on demand TV without the long-term contracts and hidden fees, with sling you get channels like ESPN, TBS, TNT, CNN, HGTV, and more, plus 80,000 on demand movies and shows, 50 hours of DVR storage included, the ability to pause or change your subscription at any time and so much more. Watch your favorite comedies, action, drama, and adventures, suspense and thrillers documentaries, the thing I love most, news and sports for just 35 bucks a month. That's it. Sign up in 5 minutes and start streaming right away on your TV, your phone or your tablet. It's the easiest and cheapest way to watch the TV you love, both live and on demand, take control of your entertainment with sling. The TV you love for a price you'll love. Go to sling dot com, restrictions apply. All right, once again, this is Rafael Barlow..
"portsmouth" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board
"And long term in the NBA, if he is able to stick. Yeah. He's a little bit different, also 6 5, like the vote. He's less of a true point guard and more of a combo guard. So I think that almost plays to his favor because his biggest weakness is decision making. There were a lot of times where I would see him just staring down a cutter, but it would be some time was so slow for what should have been for an NBA point guard. And the athleticism, though, where he's going to be able to be a score first guard, if he can play next to, I don't know. I know you said the Orlando Magic. So I'm just kind of keeping that team in my mind now. Disregarding their absolute just mess of AI of a garb rotation. If you put them there, Mark help faults is a more traditional point guard in the way he's not going to be scored first. He is trying to get his teammates involved. If you put Quinn and Jackson next to him, you can let him go to the basket and explode, and I think he'd actually play a really good role. And we saw him play off ball a little bit. I think that was beneficial for him. So again, just kind of improving those decision making skills as a ball handler, especially as a passer. I think that's where you'll see the upside really coming to fruition. If it were up to you, do you invite him to Chicago for a pre Jeff camp? You know, I would consider him for the G league a week camp for those that don't know what exactly is the G league elite camp. Yeah, it's like, it's like the next cut for the NBA, I think it's what 60 players. Something like that. It's supposed to be in theory, the 60 players would be drafted to see them all come out, but obviously there's people in decline, whether it's top picks or just random first round picks to get a promise, whatnot. So you get around the top 60 players in the draft. And then after that, this is pretty new. They made it. I want to say it's 40 players correct me if I'm wrong. For the G league elite camp and with that, it's kind of that next wave. And we do see players get drafted out of that. A lot of them do play at the very minimum on two way contracts. That's almost a guaranteed around that range. So it's a good deal to be, I think, in both of those. And I believe they're both in Chicago. Correct me if I'm wrong on that. I believe also. All right, in a moment, I'll get more players that stood out.
"portsmouth" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board
"He is Richard stamen. He was in Portsmouth. All right, before I get into the next round of questions, I've heard that this gym imports with this like a high school gym. I heard it's not like the sexiest location. It is not the easiest to get to, so for the audience that is listening, that has been hearing about Portsmouth for years. Just tell us about your experience overall on getting there and just the overall setup. Well, first of all, yeah, let me shout out the churchman truckers. They had one of the coolest high school, I guess. Brands I've seen the Churchill truckers are ordered in black. Big sucker for that eye for that color way on the Bengals fan for a little bit growing up. Me too. Yeah, that's three of us. Me, you and Nick angst had a baby. Maybe that's why he hired us. Because of the way that that has to be it. I mean, I have a John Carter Jersey on for my senior picture. That's how old I am. Dude, I have a Bengals hat going around the country. There's a 2011 I went around the entire country and do it every photo of Bengals at. But it was your typical high school gym and it was, you know, the bleachers and everything, no backrest anywhere. Tons, tons of media, and MBA personnel whether it's agents, scouts, Jonathan, or I don't know how to say anything of Giovanni Giovanni from draft express was there. Tons of MBA scouts and personnel again, I actually my favorite thing was I walked in. I was late because I missed my first flight to Norfolk. I was connecting fight just disaster. And I walk in, I walk into the gym and I'm walking up and some old guy like we make eye contact, and he's like, you know, he does a head nod. And I'd take my seat. And then all of a sudden an agent comes up next to me and I didn't really talk to him for like ten minutes, then he comes over, like, make a Hyundai U.S. by the way. You know who this guy is behind us? It's Jim beheim. And I was like, wait, what? The guy eye contact with had no idea it was him. But it is an obscure part of Norfolk area. It was really, really not your typical thing like, you know, you hear the NBA draft combines in the heart of Chicago. It's a lot different. Yeah. All right, so who else stood out to you? If you had to say, who's number two like on your list? Yeah, I mean, it's hard not to say Michael devoe, he was the player of the tournament. My issue with him, though, is just he plays at his own speed and sometimes that's a very good thing. You know, obviously we talk about that in some of the superstars like Luka Dončić, who is not the most athletic player, he plays at his own speed. However, when you're a role player, you kind of got to play at the speed of everybody else. Which worries me about Devo and he's not that explosive with his right hand, but his jump shot is absolute money. He's 6 5, so he might be able to play off ball. The hope for him is putting him in a very, very minimized Lonzo Ball roll where he's just like a point guard skills in a off ball player. But really, from a draft perspective, I think someone else that really popped was and this is in the first game, Quentin Jackson from Texas a and M super athletics 6 5 guard a jump shot. I really liked what he brought to the table. Let's get back to the vote. I've liked him for a while now. He's been very productive at Georgia Tech. And it just shows how tough it is to make it to the NBA because you look at a guy like him, he's even better than some of the guys that are going to be drafted. But the upside is the big difference. And so we're now in this, I mean, I think it's like a weird space in the NBA draft where we're going to have guys drafted this year. It could be up to like 5 guys. Drafted. Maybe even in the first round that are young, they're like 19 or 18 years old, the average single digit points and they're going to be first round picks. Wow, a guy like the vote who's been productive for multiple seasons is on the outside looking in. What is your thoughts on that? It's kind of off to the subject a little bit. Well, what is your thoughts on this one? No, no. I actually, I'm with you. I fall into since he was a freshman. I thought he was going to be a two and done. Kind of guy, but obviously he stayed there all four years. He has a two plus two wingspan, so that really limits him. I think that's honestly a bigger than the age. I'm pulling up his exact numbers now, but yeah, measure 6 four 6 5 Reddit 6 5 for the 6 6 and a half wingspan. So that really doesn't help the defense. He just, again, the pace is really the issue for me and he's so left hand dominant that I wonder can being just a spot up shooter. He's great at it. Could that actually work in the NBA and his size? I don't know. I'm a little bit iffy on that. See, as a lefty, have you ever noticed? All right, I'm a lefty. The only hear about lefties man left hand down there. You never hear about people saying he's so right hand dominant. It's like, when you're a leftie it stands out even more, but I will say one thing. As a lefty that played by, well, not a high level. Every lefty can get back left. Whether it's James Harden, whether it's Manu ginobili, if you force a lefty right, every lefty has some type of step back, some type of move to get back to their left hand. So even if the left is left hand dominant, it's hard to stop. All right, and so the next guy that you mentioned, what do you think his role is?.
"portsmouth" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board
"How important do you think they are? Yeah, I completely agree. There were definitely some guys where woj or shams, which Queen and they'd be like, you go in a magic or signing a player that you've never heard of. And almost like you played like they're just anywhere. I keep saying the depth in this sport as a whole around the world is getting better and better every single year just because there's more youth development, things like that. So the competition, I think competition of basically the what is it? How many players are really? Now it's like 500 something. Around there, that mix for that 450th 500th mix is very wide open. So I think these events have an important place in some of these guys have stuck around. I mean, what was his name? Hi Smith on the heat. I know he got, he had been around for a while. And every year, this tournament produces a draft pick or a high quality undrafted free agent. I think, you know, the last two weren't held. There's the first one of the decade. Dorian Finney Smith, for example, was the last one I think not to be drafted. He's been in high impact player from the Portsmouth imitation. Yeah, I mean, you look at guys on the Miami Heat, like the average fence, it's not 5 or 6 guys on that roster. I mean, they dug deep. And I've made, I don't know, I can't even explain what they've been able to do because whatever it is they're system works. I mean, Duncan Robinson, even though he went to a major school, but nobody saw Duncan Robinson being like a $90 million player. Then you just look up and down the roster and they have a bunch of random, I don't want to say random guys. The guys that weren't necessarily highly touted. They definitely have a system and a certain player that they're looking for to fill the roster spot. Right, we only got one player down, but when we return, I want to talk about a couple of other players that stood out. I want to talk to the audience about prize picks. Now, if you're not familiar with price picks, it's like, I mean, put it like this. It's a better daily fantasy option than what you're used to. And I would try the award winning app price picks price fixes. Basically, it's a daily fantasy made easy. You pick two to 5 players in an over or under on their projections and you can win up to ten times on any entry and it is just you first to project the numbers. Entries can be made in.
"portsmouth" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board
"Are you still magic draft two? Are you just strictly math? Definitely still both. Just haven't heard from the magic in a little bit, so I've been focusing on the maths draft portion. We need to do episode where you fix the magic. That's going to be an episode that we have to do in the near future. I mean, I'm going to put you on the hot seat. I haven't even asked you if you want to do this yet. I'm sorry, I just kind of put you on blast here. I'm going to put you on the hot seat. I'm going to make you the GM. You have to fix that redundancy in Orlando. That's a challenge in itself. Anyway, that might have to be three episodes. Hey, man, we got time. We have, we have time. But let's talk about the real reason why we're here. You were in Portsmouth. All right, who stood out to you? I know there was a group of guys that I saw online. I wasn't there. And I haven't paid too much attention to it, so that's why I'm relying on you. But who stood out to you the most? If you had to pick which player was the number one guy in Portsmouth, who is your guy? Yeah, so just to preface that was there for half the tournament kept up with the box scores and people that were there was staying in touch with them, trying to get the most insight, but I did see everybody at least once. In this tournament, I would say it really starts with Jerry horn from Tulsa. He absolutely killed it. I mean, his jump shot is beautiful. He has a low dip, but unbelievably lightning quick release. He's 6, 7. He's a, I want to say God, I see 6 year technically player because he sat out a year in 2017, 18. So he's older, but man, his shot is fast. And he has a high motor. He was playing good defense. He was grabbing a lot of boards. A 6 7 shooter who can do all those other things is going to put his heart into it. He really might latch on. It's the 15th, 14th man. You know, that is something. So he was the first name that stood out for me. And do you think his age will be a factor? I mean, yeah, it's impossible to say no. Unless you're like Chris duarte, it's always going to really hold you back. I don't think it's going to be hard to justify drafting him. But if you see him pop up around, you know, whether it's another COVID breakout in the winter or just training camp or ten day contracts at the end of the season. I think you're very likely to see his name in the NBA at some point. So what would you say his defined role is in the NBA if he's going to stick? What is the defined role for him? Yeah, I like to compare him to Michael Mulder from Golden State, Miami and Orlando. I think if you look at that, it's not the sexiest role, but he's a shooter who on a team that's kind of injured. He can come in play next to a point guard that can find guys for open shots. And he'll knock down the shots. I mean, at 41 and a half percent this last year, 40 50 year before from three. So I think that's what you're looking at is just a sharpshooter. So when you go to like a camp like Orlando, are you looking for guys that one stand out or are you looking for guys that can feel a specific role in the NBA? So for example, like if it's a guy that is going to be a volume score, does that stand out to you or is it more sort of a guy that you say, okay, he is going to be a three indie wing. He is going to have a role as a shooter. He is going to be a hustle player, glue guy. What are you looking for when you go to a camp like Portsmouth? Yeah, I think you have to go into it knowing the context and history of what this tournament produces. It's very good for showcasing talent that is just hasn't been discovered yet, right? So for me, I look at it and say, I'm not trying to find the next star here. I'm not trying to find a guy who's going to be my franchise changer because that just historically hasn't happened. It's unbelievably unlikely for someone to do that. So I go into it just kind of looking at who can fill this end of bench roll because that's the most likely outcome who sticks in that. Like who can come in ten, 15 minutes game when one way or another if the defense is dry, you help the defense. If you're an offensive player, if the shooting is just ridiculously low that night, who can come in and help you a shooter. So pretty much going for the role players that they're not going to be major minutes, guys. But you do know that some of these undrafted free agents, a lot of them now we're really turning up to be rotation players. It's less and less uncommon. And do you feel like what happened this year with the whole COVID situation, which I mean, I can't expect it to happen again, but do you feel like this past year has shown the importance of Portsmouth? Because I mean, I consider myself a guy that follows the NBA draft in college prospects to a, I mean, probably too much. And there were guys, I didn't even know. They got NBA minutes this year. So how do you think port Smith or are these other camps popping up going forward?.
"portsmouth" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board
"It's the lockdown podcast network. Your team every day. This episode is brought to you by DirecTV stream. DirecTV stream is your home for baseball. With the most regional sports networks of any streaming TV provider, DirecTV stream gives you the most local baseball games, and that means more double headers, triple plays, and no hitters from your local team. Watch this season's action on DirecTV stream. Get the best of live TV and on demand at DirecTV dot com slash baseball. Regional sports networks are available with choice package or higher may vary by zip code and package. Not available in all areas compatible device required. Yo yo, what up? This is Rafael with NBA big board. And in this episode I have my guy Richard stamen, who was at the Portsmouth invitational and I'm going to get all the Intel and all the scoop of what happened in Portsmouth, stay tuned. All right, you are listening to NBA big board I almost said locked on NBA draft again. I'm going to get this right. I promise I'll get it right. But shout out to each and every person that has made NBA big what your first listen of the day, it means a lot to me. I'm sure it means a lot to Richard and everyone else. And we have a title sponsor for today. The title sponsor is prize picks. Check out price picks dot com. You used to promo code NBA. And go to your App Store and download the app today, prize picks is daily fantasy made easy. All right, got my guests for the day, Richard stamen, AKA maths draft..
Current event: Boat launched by US students lands in Norway
"A boat launch by some New Hampshire students have been found in Norway students at rye junior high launch the six foot boat in the Atlantic Ocean in October twenty twenty it contained photos fall leaves acorns state quarters and a tracking device that went silent for parts of the journey but sure enough the Portsmouth Herald reports the boat was found four hundred sixty two days later by a sixth grader at eighty three hundred miles away on a small island in Norway the student who found the boat took it to his school and he and his classmates eagerly opened it last week the school in Norway is now planning a call with the New Hampshire students on my campus
What to do in New Hampshire
"What kind of itinerary are you going to recommend for someone who is coming to new hampshire. Let's say for the first time. So i have a couple actually. Why have one more for the nature lovers and people who like hayek hike or at least see mountains and that brings you all the way up to the top of new hampshire which borders canada. And ideally you see some moose on that type a trip and i can go over that and then there are some other smaller trips that either. Bring you out to portsmouth and the sea. Coast the ride along. The coast is really nice. Brings into main rail fast. But that's still good and there's a few different towns in between that kind of those must sees. Okay we'll shall we start with the first one then with the outside outdoors absolutely. So if you start in southern new hampshire or anywhere else in new hampshire in you head north you can visit flim gorge. It's new hampshire state park. They have tours. they have walking trails. It's much more walking. Friendly than some of the other trails that have boulders boardwalks and railings and all that fun stuff you can either go and visit a small bit of it for free or you can actually go in and get admission and visit more of it now where you say when we start there. We're probably starting somewhere further south. You've already taken us. Almost two thirds of the way up to state to flynn gorge just people on the map to me. That's where all the beauty starts is once you get up in the white mountains in southern new hampshire. It ain't no slacker either. Yeah we'll get into some of the nice stuff in southern new hampshire by having lived around. This area ended massachusetts. I definitely prefer the air up. North is just fresher clean. And you have all these beautiful lakes to kayak and you have mountain views
"portsmouth" Discussed on The Troy Farkas Show
"In september of twenty twenty in the heart of the pandemic is when i started at albion. Gm petty nellie on the cell was my first guest when my best friends from childhood. But i did do a couple episodes before that. Which by the way if you go back and listen to now i'm like gosh. What the hell was that. Will doing that sound terrible. That was that was absolutely worthless in. No one got any value from that but somehow people listen so if you wanna go listen to like the september third twenty twenty episode be my guess but a five for five thousand. Podcast website going to Just talk about five things. That i've learned that it's not about things related to the podcast is just like what has happened since september. Twenty twenty for me. And what have i learned in. These are things that will definitely apply to you in your lives as well things about kindness and humility and hard work get motivation discipline in determination and not in not pushing yourself too hard. It's going to be short Just short episodes short post. And then you'll read the essays to you like i love to do and then i will Just pontificate on them for a little bit. So that's coming up Love and life or now a really good spot in a really good spot. I thank you guys for support for for helping me get there. I hope all you're about to have a great week. They're about to get outside that about to do you love i say this every week being i truly mean it like i'm just in such a mode right now of wishing the best for other people because when you wish the best for other people it it makes you happier. It makes you feel good. It makes you feel like a better person past roy. Whatever and here's a perfect example. Actually three ish years ago when i was at. Espn right. i am just trying to move up. And i'm trying to move fast and not there's a bunch of people around my age that are on my level at work and they're my competition right. They're my friends. They're my co workers. Were in the trenches together but they're also my competitors that were x number of us in only one fulltime job. We were all part time. Or in my case i was temporary contractor and so i wanted to be full time and i was going to do whatever it took to get. That and i didn't care if they were my friends because when push came to shove i was going to do whatever i needed to do to make sure i put myself in position to get that job so i did and i i won. I ultimately won that battle. And i'm proud of myself for doing that. Had someone else won the battle. Though i would have been pissed i would been furious. I'd been frustrated. I i would have been not happy for that person. I would have said. I was had for that person but i wouldn't have actually have been happy for that person fast. Forward to now and one of those people that i that i used to work with has just gotten a really good job somewhere else at a different company and it kind of encroaches in the space that i am on right to space than i'm working right now in my world of mixed martial arts right this is this is the the media world avenue that that i work in. And so you kind of encroaching on my space my territory..
"portsmouth" Discussed on The Troy Farkas Show
"I've been having a gratitude problem over the last few months because as jasmine newnan said on the podcast a couple couple months ago the importance of gratitude in waking up every day. And this being grateful for what you have. And i've been having that missing from my life. And i think it's because i want to be grateful. I understand the importance of gratitude in the power of it and how it can literally change your life like she said but it isn't until i'm actually on my own living in my place that i have earned that i can pay the bills for that. It's mind that it is all mine. I don't know it gets my level grad who gets to a different level. When i'm actually there so now i'm waking up so grateful every day So excited for this new opportunity to be living in a place where i've chosen to live in where. No one is forcing eleven looking forward to this looking forward to trying to find happiness in a new place again. I've been moving around all sorts of different places over the last few years looking forward to trying find a tribe of my own On that note. I've got a question for you guys. Because i'm trying to figure out the best way to go about making friends in this new apartment complex. There's like three hundred. Something rooms in your. There's a lot of people here. There's i've just seen in the hallways. There's young young people there's old people. There's lots of dogs so many dogs everywhere and so i'm trying to figure out the best way to go about making friends. I mean i say hi to people as i pass by them of course but what's the next step do i. I'm wondering. Should i just go door to door knocking on people's doors and say hey. I'm troy upstairs on the third floor. Just moved here. New guy Just to introduce myself. And that's that like can i do that. Is that weird. Because i'm always on this on this line of like i feel like this is fine. I would be what this. I would love if someone came and knocked on my door and introduce himself to try to become friends or at least become familiar with but i realized other people. Things don't always land for other people as they land for me. So that's only unconscious of so. Let me no comment on this episode below me..
"portsmouth" Discussed on The Troy Farkas Show
"Gonna take the stairs five. Got four bags of groceries. That are pretty heavy. I'm going to take the stairs if i'm carrying a tv or something. I'm going to take the stairs. It's only when i'm training for the half marathon right now. I took the elevator today. Because i run seven miles in my calf is dead and i have no feeling it so it was like. I'll take the elevator for this one but this doing things like that where i'm not letting this get the best of me. We're not letting it changed me. Because i wanna stay humble. I want to stay grounded. I realize that. I want to be able to enjoy nice things but also stay myself. Don't become pretentious. Don't become someone who cares what other people think and don't become someone tries to impress people so it's this experiment that i'm looking forward to to doing you know here where i'm like. You know cannot have the best of both worlds. Can i live in a nice comfortable place. Not have to struggle so much purposely deliberately like i have in the past and can i. Can i do those things. But also Stay true to myself and be me so. That's something i'm really looking forward to finding out about me Like i said portsmouth is a really cool town. I done some exploring already so far as you might have imagined trying to figure out the best routes in town only about three or four miles outside of downtown so Walking their bike nair. I've been driving there this week. Just to just to scope out the roads scene because the there's not great walking paths here so it will evolve some walking on the side of the road. Which as you all know something that I am more than happy doing. But i just wanted to check out the safety of it. I i've been running at portsmouth. High school just around the track there and going downtown friday. I went down into the heart of the scene. People were partying. It was a great time. It wasn't super packed like it's a small touristy town at the end of august before school has started so it still prepacked with summer tourists. But it's not that bad lines are not that bad whatever. There's live music everywhere which is awesome. There's all these local shops. It's not corpora ties. Which i absolutely love. There's nothing. i love more than supporting local in being with around small business and supporting.
"portsmouth" Discussed on The Troy Farkas Show
"Good morning everyone. Welcome into another episode of the trey. Parker show podcast. It's not about me. It's about all of us twenty's or crews time in our lives and on this show we navigate the highs and lows early adulthood together. Thank you so much for joining me from my new studio in. Portsmouth new hampshire. Hopefully it sounds okay. I'm doing this on youtube now as well. So for those of you. Who are listening in can't see where i am. I am in the walk in closet of my bedroom in my beautiful new apartment In portsmouth new hampshire and there's some close here Because i didn't clear them all out there. Still some boxes. Here are some paper towels here in the background that you can see my desk here. We've got sigmund freud one of my favorites all-time thinkers and then of course another great all-time thinker george costanza from the great american. Tv show seinfeld t.f. Show dog is here in hands with water of course trying to stay hydrated as i'm training for this half marathon. I'm wearing my whole z. T. shirt shadow to you halsey. Mike girl released new album on friday. If i can't have love. I want power. She just had a baby a couple of weeks ago new album. I've listened to some of it. I'll give you my thoughts as i listen to more of it and i'm also wearing my live free or die hat. That is the state motto of new hampshire. My new state. I'm going all in on new hampshire. I'm so excited to just become a big new hampshire guy but even that entails about to go all in. Because i've just moved into portsmouth and i like it. I like it a lot and by the way. Hope you all have had a great weekend that you enjoy the week off without me. Hopefully you took the time to catch up on some past archives of the show or to read some stuff. I did put out a blog. Post over on the tory farkash. Show dot com. Because i missed you guys. And i want to give you some updates. But i didn't have the abilities do podcast last week..
"portsmouth" Discussed on Sword and Scale
"But on this night. Roberta wasn't in a talkative mood and she declined to lexus. Calls twice then. Roberto notice that lex was calling her third time thinking that he must have something urgent to tell her. Roberta finally decided to answer but when she did. Lex wasn't on the line instead. Roberta heard the voice of lexus girlfriend. She sounded frantic hectic. And she's like. I need you to come over here. She said something. And i wish to remember the via book almost like she was trying to tell me some kind of code word. As far as that something was something had gone wrong. Roberta told lexus girlfriend that she would try to make it over to lex apartment and hung up the phone then. Roberto went to her boyfriend. Paul hickok and told him about this strange call so the phone call from who might didn't know who this less yet Says they need help because when she get off the phone she says this friend. I says desirable friend in east fans indie. Okay let's go get up and walk out to. Roberta and paul drove alexis apartment. And when they arrived both lex his girlfriend met them in the hallway of the apartment complex. So we go in and they walk down to their apartment door. Okay the oakland. The apartment door in this girl for okay was was she's naked. I were okay with banning children. What do i do i you do. I grabbed my girlfriend's shannon. So she didn't walk into closer. This why we're counting. What the hell's going on here right after being into his apartment. Paul and roberta came upon a bizarre and horrifying scene lying on the floor. Face up with the naked body of teenage girl and rapped over. Her head were two layers of plastic shopping bags
"portsmouth" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"J. like you six nine six. Six seven churches or skinnier nine. Jin's gotten thin. It looks great. It's a good look for you. Can you have lost a fuck away but it looks good. He's never been also you. You look like you work out. Just genetics if he lifted weights. He'd be you'd be fucking authored. If you lifted way to look executives say hey. Brian put muscle a whole. And you're doing your concert this weekend at your first concert. You and a little browse for a little browse. Where's it at all right. Well thank you for bringing up. That's pretty cool. It's a ports associated question. Cool brings you brought up my youtube channel. Something and so. It's really cool. You do that. So i think Portsmouth ohio which. I don't know where that is. A place called there. There's a push vern center and it's worth from. There's like there's like an event every year so we're just headlining that events. So yeah there's there's a bunch of my songs he's saying nineteen. We have like forty five minutes and forty five minutes. Yeah what's your original songs to. Three originals covers browse him. Never brow is how bad ryan little brow us. You're going see a little knees music. Nothing you did. The thick boy song he did. Cianci has arrived in comedy. We're talking about that. this is gonna make it. I think you're eighty made. He makes more money than you do. Use twenty one twenty twenty one and.
Sen. Portman Slams Pelosi's Threat to Delay Infrastructure Vote
"Senator portman thanks for joining us this. Let's start out with that infrastructure deal. You just heard speaker. Pelosi say she's not going to have a vote until reconciliation has also passed by the senate. I off do you expect to reach a deal this week with george. Let me say that. What she has said is entirely counter to what president biden has committed to and what the senate is doing which is a two track process. The infrastructure bill has nothing to do with the reckless tax and spend extravaganza that she's talking about in terms of what reconciliation as she called it so so no. I'm not happy with what she said. Because it's been inconsistent with the agreement that we have on a bipartisan basis. Does that mean we'll end up with nothing on their own. I'm gonna well if she has her way we could. I'm not sure what the future is of reconciliation. I know that the bipartisan infrastructure package is very popular among the american people and in the united states congress because it makes sense. We need it badly. You know forty. Three percent of our roads are in bad or mediocre condition. According to the engineers forty-six thousand bridges or structurally deficient We have ships lining up at portsmouth. Reports aren't efficient enough. Eighty seven percent of the american people. Nick we do it. Bipartisan infrastructure package. It's the right thing to do. Every president in modern times has talked about it. President trump's proposal was for one point five trillion dollars in infrastructure or is about five hundred seventy nine billion over five years so this is the right thing to do. It's been totally bipartisan. From the start. It's the way we ought to be doing things here in washington to get stuff done and i can't believe the speaker of the house would be blocking it. Do you have a deal. We're about ninety percent of the way there. I'm here this weekend working on legislative language with colleagues and with staff. And and i. I feel good about getting done this week. We have one issue outstanding and We're not getting much Response from the democrats on it. It's about mass transit. Our transit numbers very generous. We increased transit in this proposal. We also increased the formula going forward That's that's the one issue outstanding. Frankly at this point my hope is that we'll see progress on that yet. Today
Portsmouth Village Under Threat From Hurricanes and Rising Seas
"Portsmouth village on an island off. The coast of north carolina was once a thriving shipping town. Today nobody lives there but building such as a wooden church a post office a school and clapboard houses remain and they offer a glimpse into life more than a century ago but as the climate changes rising seas and more extreme storms threatened to destroy these historic landmarks twenty nineteen hurricane. Dorian was absolutely devastating. Every single historic structure in portsmouth village was damaged and heavily impacted by the storm. That's jeff west superintendent of cape lookout national seashore which includes the island. He says that after the storm the national park service demolished two buildings that would have been expensive to repair and highly vulnerable to future damage. He says it was a difficult decision. You lose his st. You'll lose a sense of where you've been and where you came from when this stuff disappears. So the national park service answer to preserve as much of the historic village as possible for as long as it's practical but as waters rise and damaging. Wade's crash ashore. It gets harder all the time.
Photowalk: Fish, Chips and a Polarizer
"Today. I am down in portsmouth poulsbo. Let's not portsmith. Actually be careful. I mean hailing islands. If i say portsmouth people inhaling island get very agitated so yeah. I'm inhaling autumn undoubtably. I will make a mistake at some stage and call it portsmouth and now it will but Yeah hailing on beautiful parts of the world. It's on the southern coast of england and Yeah just it's one of those places where you just feel zen like calm and So i thought this week. Let's go do another photo by the sea so Pats up the car early. Going out quite with a sparrows and maybe way down to one of my favorite parts of the coast which is Pretty much from hayling island portsmouth all the way through the door sitting. There is an outside charts next week. Spicer war by the way is going to be coming from my ultimate favorite see-saw place in the whole wide world which which is in date. Don't sit anyway here we are. Should we get walking welcome to graffiti daily. The friday photo walk well might photo walks off as already told you where we are. And he's absolutely right listening back through the edit. He manages to upset all the good folk of hayling island. Who don't like to think of themselves as being in portsmouth when he refers to way is today as the latter. There's a bridge between them. Good reason it seems the island on the south coast has a few miles of fabulous coastline and a few nature walks to and he is a very important hailing fact. Windsurfing was invented here. And that's official. Godfather of windsurfing was a twelve year old girl. Peter children's officially started for inventing the first sailed in nineteen fifty eighth on hayling island. He made a very very basic bold stuck a sale on it and well that was it
From Australia to Canada, how Indigenous people are coping with isolation one year into the pandemic
"It has been almost a year since the covid. Nineteen outbreak was declared a pandemic. it's an anniversary. I'm sure many of us are not too happy to celebrate. This year has been a real challenge in the pandemic has fundamentally changed our lives but many folks have found ways to not let isolation get the best of them. I know so many people out there all around the north. Were ready to support you. I think a good storyteller reminds you that all storms pass. We've been here before but we can help to route at resilience and make them more aware of how strong young folks are this week. Unreserved how indigenous people are turning to digital communities storytelling and culture feel connected to squash those isolation blues cleo denny writer richard van camp has essentially been on a one book a year pace for two decades his latest called gathered share some secrets to great storytelling and it includes seven stories. Elders from his community have shared with him. Richard is here with us now to talk about his new book and how storytelling can help fight and banished loneliness especially during this pandemic. he joins me now from edmonton. Welcome back to the show. Richard musi cho- feeling sal. My see my friends thank you. So let's party. yes let's party. So can you tell us about your latest book gather. Oh thank you. Must he chose so. Gather really an exploration of my journey as a storyteller. For those of you. Who don't know my name. Is richard van camp. I m c show denny. I was born and raised in fort. Smith northwest territories treaty. Eight country goes born in nineteen. Seventy one and i was raised in a town. It was. It's the maty capital of the northwest territories if it's paradise schwartzman throws territories officially quadri-lingual so bush cre- dna a french and english spoken at any given time. And when i graduated from high school i ran. I went from hero to zero. Because i had no idea what i wanted to do. No idea at all. I wanted to be a break dancer. I wanted to be a minjah. i was nineteen. I had a mullet. Some pinch hickeys. And i actually had a real existential crisis. I had a midlife crisis at nineteen. Cause i was like what am i gonna do. Who am i supposed to be. And i saw that. They were looking for drivers for the handy bus. They were looking for volunteers. And when i saw that on the green screen in fort smith northwest actors. The bango channel. I realized that that was what i was going to do. I was going to volunteer. I'll start driving the elders around. Because i was a really good canadian. Really good treaty indian. I was a really good person. I was a former. But i was a really poor ki- chou denny. I didn't know anything about our language. I knew a little bit of butter culture through our mother. But you know i was so busy having fun growing up by what i realized when i showed up to begin my apprenticeship as a handy bus driver in fort smith northwest territories to the matriarchs to the lighthouses to the mama. Bear's portsmouth arthritis territories. And i'm talking about irene centers. Dora toronto seraphine evans. Emilia gate tricks. I'm talking about the sweethearts of our community. They could see right away. That i was a really hollow indigenous person culturally and that i was searching and they took me under their wings and it was bingo runs. Hospital runs medical runs. It was trips to cancers in the northern store and trips to the landslide to watch the pelicans return it was through those driving shuttling and careering the royalty of our community wherever they wanted to be that they started sharing their stories with me so gather is really about what i learned. The smartest thing. I ever did belan was i realized a few months into apprenticeship as the handy bus driver. Fort smith risk territories. No one was recording our elders. Nobody because the mistake we make as we think everybody is going to be here forever. And so i remember explicitly having this. Oh my god. If i don't record our elders and get these stories downs. I think we're going to. We're not gonna have this opportunity my message with gatherings. Don't wait to record your heroes. Honor them now.
"portsmouth" Discussed on Far Away Fan
"The same to much telling me that it's difficult to get It's expensive the to get the portsmouth mature on to you if you could shit in the Showed so off eight. You know here. This is likely nyc on visas Shops you know like you the most in famous and clouds so many of the the the showed the front of the either of championship. Iguana new to on if i want to to a basically inundate itself the funny unmown. We with with Francisco toast telling me that. It's quite difficult to get stuff delivered. Also blood trouble with taxes and customs and it makes it very difficult to get the show if people maybe a showed in a few years. If if i i hope and it hell to is that something you wanna. Do you want to visit twin someday. In alands who who to stay are that we watch the game on Egg here never be stadium feeling right emotionally land. you know. you're like so excited you feel you're about of your leg. A little piece of glued to as a young guy lecue. I find it amazing in all same de niro world from argentina suddenly has this relationship with the club. Portsmouth n you must know your history as well about argenti nine england and it's it's a history that is that there's been a war and not too distant past and now you know have a young guy like yourself who's got disconnection with a club in england. I feel like you know it helps bring people together in a way. When did you start your twitter account. i stepped onto the people who it with a company based on twitter aching june. Maybe by a Own eastern nyc two years ago or say. Yeah a a sort of a of english people to not What are they think of. You'll being a fan. They say each Orange county each on at the same time they add like. Oh you're going to high states who went to not feel at the end of may. In yelling she suffered and we try and you know because Nuts because it one in mucus is voting on with coach. We sometimes angering to sue Whether that's the thing. I mean as football fan sir. You always suffer The food really with your club. Legend in a pita haris migas Malls in goes quarter in in. He started clever by with Who gentlemen defoe and why would out and david james Really i keep up with how stevens Obviously highly hollywood up his coach. Who nee if. I cup off to tell nate so for somebody. You know mayan. Tim you know really puppy but a release a part of me them some things to a similar scenes to tocine nine and through. You know you at the prince. William leads eats had a Country and maybe a in my case a never seen day stadiums. I noticed In critically and so you know and hidden agenda a out of the people you know say you can be a fan of land or final. Infants number puppy because a you knew it'll to stadium and i i had the And and moni. And i really liked to travel to inland personal to some landing needs by. I can't and but you know. See much and i see to my way you know by i c. I am building in times in bay and the times and you know me has a really bad times in in the house so Wants like a not on the go-to to stadium easily goto to stadium of ladies and say oh no. I am. Fine new Much so i think these to the in the patient you know basically have an name of financial team on an accounting. Now that order can can do that in been Windy of team Each invites you to me each crazy. Are you able to watch the games. Oh not bad. it's like it soon will be Us he We liking in nyc. A- could easy we don't have a We don't have the economic uncertainty. Not so you know for. The match is a hudson's bay like ten hit his. It's forty so in against the matches. You know i e yeah a simple against bright tone. What addison is because he's a capsule these beyond that see by the night. I just see an abso food or you know. Don't they have like a table with the players and an all that player passive also a player. Saddam can see. Yeah you know. I do my best. Have you. made friends with people from potent in. A minority are from portsmouth and our eights. Nice on a loan on your back is like made you know like new van and they say like i'm especially from parliament's just Iran that sunday worries mush. Mush is how much you non-active m. u. is h. so it it means like mitt. I must do like mate. I've never heard that before..
"portsmouth" Discussed on Far Away Fan
"Yeah. It's to announcing much telling me that it's difficult to get the expensive. The to get the portsmouth mature on to. Its if you could shit. He'd like the they showed so off. As you know here. This is likely hall nyc via Shops you the most in famous class you know. So many of them did the showed the front of the Ballo of champion. She iguana lead to. If i want to to bait in by as is basically Inundate we'd set the funny unmown we with with it. That's francisco was telling me that it's quite difficult to get stuff. Her delivered also floor trouble with taxes and customs and it makes it very difficult to get the show. He will maybe a showed in a few years. If i hold them it hell to might. If that's something you wanna do. You ought to visit both went someday in ones. Who will i-mode to to stadium are that we watch the game on which in Eggy here narrow be stadium the feeling right emotionally land have like so excited. You feel light. Your about of little piece of glued to as a young guy lecue. I find it amazing in seventeen year. Old from argentina suddenly has this relationship with the club black boltzmann and you must know your history as well about argentina in england and it's it's a history that is that there's been a war and not too distant past and to now you know. Have a young guy like yourself who's got disconnection with a club in england. I feel like you know it helps bring people together in a way. When did you start your twitter account. I stepped onto the people who it with a computation. Three nike june. Maybes was by a Own eastern dominic two years ago or say city. Yeah a eight adults of english people to won't be is what do they think of. You'll being fan. They say it's amazing. You know like a young boy. He orphan county each front and at the same time they add like. Oh y'all go into high set to italy to not feel at the end of may in yellen she suffered and we and you know what because nuts because it one in nukus is voted on an with coach without like sometimes. I ain't going to suffer the well that that's the thing i mean as football fans you always suffer The food julius with your club legend a pita haris megan season most in goes quarter in historic level by with Out of boone. Gentlemen defoe and why would have an david james What i keep up with. How stevens obviously highly highly his coach. Who who onus. Nan defy cup off to chausson a so he's Somebody know mayan tim. You know Really puppy but a at release apart of minimum some things to a similar night scenes to tocine a nine on. It's through you know you at depends. Only william. Aids is a a Pinal county on maybe a in my case a never seen day know two stadiums. I noticed Physically and so you know and hidden agenda out of the people you know say you can be a a fan of me land or the funnel infants pompey because a universal to stadium and i had the On and moni. And obviously i really liked to seventy two inland personal to milan in needs by. I can't and but mc being funny. I see much use in bumpy icy to my way you know by i c i. I'm in building in nevada times in the in the times and you know meet on has really bad times in in the last like ten. So so he's like once upon these not on the go-to to stadium easily goto to stadium of ladies and say oh no i am fine. Never watch a much. So i think is to the patient. You know the basically have in financial team on an accounting is amazing. Now that can can do that. In been a fanatic kennedy of team of alicante Issue into each crazy. Are you able to watch the games m. not bad is like i say it suitable hidden We lagging in mega crazy. We don't have these maladies now. We don't have the economic uncertainty. Not so you know for the matches. A hudson's bay like ten pounds hit his. It's the it's the warning. So in egg unseeded matches i e apron simply against turn addison tonight because is a so these beyond that in know i can see by the night. I just see an abso food. You know it's don't. They have like a table with with the players on an all that player passive or at the that the player can see. Yeah.
"portsmouth" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Markets Denver's ever Portsmouth in Salem, New Hampshire. 5 53 traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic called the Threes, troubles. Not quite over yet, Mike for everybody, You know, we've got some issues downtown for sure. Ben. Yeah, this is the Tobin Bridge inbound that's backed up. It's a crash taking out the right lane right at the start of the loop ramp. So it's as you come out of the city Square tunnel. You want to be in that left lane to get through a car is jacked up on that right barrier. So a real problem here and this may be related. Some police activity on the South bound Zaken Bridge. The right lane has taken right above where the loop ramp is So s O the 93 south, the lower deck. Is back before Sullivan Square. So a pair of problems here coming into the city on the Tobin Bridge and 93 South, now north of the city. We've got delays on 1 28. Let's check in with the WBC news radio traffic copter. There was a crash at the 1 28 93 cloverleaf, causing delays for all directions, especially north on and won 28 it's stacked up from before win streak closer to route 38 now getting onto 93 self So that has the entree for Washington Street under 1 28 all jammed up On and on the North shore, though everything's fine up here with no problems up through Peabody, Danvers and Beverly David's truffle Lino WBC news, radio traffic copter highways to the Western good that includes Route Two of your Conquered and act in the Mass Turnpike is good, and then we get to the expressway South. Sounds pretty much all eased out. Yeah, before six o'clock on a Friday. That's great, nor found, however, still tough. Braintree, a passing the vaunted circle. And slow going up towards the tunnel to you, my king WBC's traffic on the three we checked the four day AccuWeather forecast now brought to us by the North Atlantic States Carpenters union Here's Brian. It will be rather clouding. Tonight's the wind will be picking up is well now, after a dry evening,.
Coast Guard Tows Disabled Boat To Safety Over 5 Days
"It was a You busy just hit week a button. for the crew Okay? of I Maine just sold based everything. Coast Guard Wait Cutter Tahoma. a minute. Maybe I shouldn't have done They that. spent Well, five it's too late. days towing Right? a disabled Right. I fishing think that you boat have to understand. to safety. We say it many times, But did the homos, but the investment which based portfolio at that the you have Portsmouth Naval Naval Shipyard Shipyard The actual in in positions Kittery Kittery that name name your money received received in a a report report as last last is in weekend weekend that that the the has fishing fishing to have boat boat fearless fearless a plan behind was was adrift adrift it on some some and 160 160 you are plan has to nautical nautical coordinate miles miles with the overall east east investment of Nantucket. portfolio of The Coast where Guard you crew should hooked be. up with a different And so disabled people boat are on Monday you know, and Paul, started When I meet people to tow the her first back time in, they but have it these was types not of questions, a quick they job. say we have It these wasn't investments. until yesterday, We want to retire the next Toho year, moves but we they lost will our job. pass off the We boat have no to idea a commercial towing what company these investments near Buzzards are. We Bay. just know that we haven't Thankfully, They were not there for were one no K. They seem injuries to be doing okay. reported And
Breaking Down Tonights NBA Draft: The Players, The Picks, and Virtual Fashion
"Mike schmidts. Thank you for joining me mandy day that you work towards every single year has finally arrived. Yeah i feel like this is our our super bowl and we've been waiting for this forever. I we thought it was going to be in june. And then maybe october and now here in november so you know i think teams and myself are very excited to get this one of the books. Mike schmidts is an nba draft analyst for espn. And he's been traveling the world scouting nba prospects for nearly a decade. I love the nba. draft personally. I went to the draft at the garden. Growing up in new york as a sad knicks fan and i still love the draft. Which tells you something about my own personal pathologies. The weirdness of this draft mike. You said it. This is going to be held in a way that has never been seen before. It's going to be entirely remote adam. Silver the commissioner. Mark tatum the deputy commissioner. They're going to be reading out. Picks live from espn studios in bristol. Where you are right now. So tell me what it's been like for teams and for players to go through this whole draft process in the midst of a global pandemic. It's been very very challenging for teams and players alike from the team side. They're used to having march madness the nba draft. Combine tournaments like portsmouth invitational. Which is where you see. You know a jimmy butler and some of these seniors pop up. They're able to have their individual workouts one on one workouts team workouts. I really have these guys in their building and this pre-draft process that just simply hasn't been the case so think you have teams kind of relying on a lot of these zoom calls right. We've all been kind of zoom jail more or less for the last few months You know they're relying on film. They're relying on intel and then from the players perspective. I think they just want to finally hear their name called. I mean this is the moment that they've been waiting for their entire lives. And so i feel a lot of these kids just having to have this. Push back and push back in push-back. They've each had very different circumstances. I mean some guys are like in the gym working out with nba players. Every day. some are with you know their brother and their cousin and some empty. Jim just one on getting workout. Since so it's been very strange. I guess the thing. I think of when i think about what might be lost in this iteration of the draft like are they going to be suits mike. Are we gonna get like nba draft fashion. That we've been blessed by in the past. Oh we're getting it it's coming it's coming virtually you're not gonna see that same strut the same level of excitement that we generally get in barklays within walking up on the stage but from everything i've seen out on social media everything i've heard. I think the suit game is still going to be strong. Yeah i just want if one of those guys wanna go retro and bring back like the seventeen but in suit. I just wanna make sure. The camera frame contains all seventeen of those budgets. We're gonna do everything we can to get that done. I hope we really really highlight the fashion. Because that that might steal the night to be honest i want to take a deep dive into the top three players in the draft to start here because the three of them. You've been talking about relentlessly for months. Now lamelo ball. James wiseman anthony edwards. They're all still in play for the number one overall pick which belongs of course to the minnesota timberwolves and i want to start with lamelo because we know as the brother lonzo the son of lavar and he chose to play overseas australia instead of going to the college game but for the uninitiated ear. What is lamelo offered to whichever team does end up selecting him tonight. I think he's the best prospect in the draft. Honestly i think if he played at duke kentucky enter any big name college program and he didn't have some of the questions about kind of the circus that has surrounded him at times in his life. I think he would be the runaway number. One pick in terms of his game. I mean he's a big point guard. Six seven close to six foot. Eight is one of the youngest players in the draft. Who was a late bloomer. So i think people remember him as the young you know twelve year old looking kid bomb and half court shots but he's really grown into his frame as great size has the ball on a string as a ball handler. He's incredibly shifty and smooth and his playmaking is ridiculous. The way he sees the game is really really special.
Airline denies mom and son, 2, after he refused to wear mask
"Off a flight for refusing to wear a face mask. That's the claim of a New Hampshire mom who says her two year old son Wouldn't wear the face covering on a flight, leaving North Carolina for Manchester, Rachel Starr Davis of Portsmouth says the crew on her American Airlines flight cleared everyone off the plane after the little boy started kicking and screaming, and Davis says she and her son were the only ones not allowed back on board. And all she says now is She's looking for an apology from the airline.
Trump to hold rally in New Hampshire the day after RNC
"In Washington President Trump will rally supporters in New Hampshire today, NPR's Amy held reports. The campaign event comes a day after he accepted the Republican presidential nomination at the White House. Trump is addressing supporters in an open air hangar at the Manchester airport after the campaign called off last month's rally in Portsmouth, citing whether concerns But the weather wound up being clear, and Trump later said it was cancelled because of health concerns in the pandemic. Last night, Trump addressed supporters packed onto the South Lawn, few wearing masks. New Hampshire mandates masks at events with 100 or more people in the campaign says it will be handing them out tonight. Republican Governor Christine, You knew, says he won't be there as he's trying to avoid big crowds. Like other Trump campaign events. Tonight's has a waiver asking attendees to acknowledge the risk of exposure to covert 19 and released Trump from
Virginia lawmaker charged with "injury to" a Confederate monument
"Virginia State senator is charged with two felonies for her alleged role in the damaging of AH large Confederate monument during protest in the city of Portsmouth. W A. V Y TV reporting, Democratic State Senator Louise Lucas faces charges of conspiracy to commit a felony and injury to a monument and more than $1000 in fines. Heads were ripped off. Some of those statues and one was pulled down during protest in June. Others facing charges include members of the local and Lacey Peach. After a local school board member and members of the public defender's
Trump shakes up campaign staff, demotes top manager as polls show him behind Biden
"Trump shook up his campaign staff Wednesday, replacing his campaign manager with a veteran GOP operative. But Constantini reports campaign shakeup has been expected for awhile. And on a day a couple. National polls show President Trump trailing Joe Biden by double digits. He pulled the trigger. Bill Stepien deputy campaign manager will now take the top job while Brad par scale who was the leader stays on to handle digital media. The president made the announcement on Facebook. His first return to campaign rallies was sparsely attended in Tulsa, and a rally planned last Saturday night in Portsmouth, New Hampshire was postponed. Corona virus concerns have meant forgoing the boisterous arena sessions. Mr Trump craves as a way to charge up his base and attacks on Biden have not been effective.
Trump rally in New Hampshire postponed
"Hangar at Portsmouth International Airport. With seating outside depending on the size of the crowd, White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany said it will probably be pushed back a week or two. Yesterday, the president was in Florida recovered 19 cases continue to search, but the president reassured that the virus is under control. ABC is Rachel Scott president did not hold a single event
Trump rally in New Hampshire postponed
"President Trump has postponed a campaign rally that had been scheduled for tomorrow in New Hampshire as NPR's Tamara Keith reports. He cited concerns about Tropical Storm Fay. The campaign was well into preparations for a partially outdoor rally in an aircraft hanger in the coastal city of Portsmouth, New Hampshire. This was to be Trump's second in person rally since the pandemic shut everything down the first in Tulsa, Oklahoma last month failed to meet expectations for attendance. The current storm track has fate headed through a sliver of western New Hampshire Saturday morning, not hitting the coast. Trump tweeted quote with Tropical Storm Fay heading toward the great State of New Hampshire this weekend. We're forced to reschedule, adding Stay safe. We will be there soon. Unlike the last rally, the Trump campaign hadn't made any big predictions about attendance for this
Trump now in open dispute with Dr. Fauci as virus rages
"Making the media rounds before his rally in Portsmouth, New Hampshire tomorrow night. Last night, appearing on Fox News, and he was asked about some of his ongoing disagreements with Dr Anthony Fauci about the response to covert 19. The president shedding some light to some differences. The two had going all the way back to when we were on the brink of the pandemic doctor found. She is a nice man, but you've made a lot of mistakes like you don't have to ban him coming in from very infected China. I did it anyway. We saved Hundreds of thousands of lives by band Europe from coming in when Italy and when France and Spain were having all the problems that we saved hundreds of thousands of lives and the president has been touting the United States low death rate when compared against other countries. Heart hit hard by Covert 19 doctor felt he has said that is no way to measure how a successful country Is handling a worldwide pandemic. The president
Boston - President Trump Announces Campaign Rally In New Hampshire
"Trump is heading to New Hampshire for an outdoor rally next Saturday at the airport in Portsmouth. The campaign is encouraging everybody who comes to wear a face mask, which will be distributed at the rally.
Trump to hold next rally outdoors in Portsmouth, New Hampshire
"Resident trumps that toe hold an outdoor campaign rally Saturday in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. That rally at Portsmouth International Airport comes three weeks after and into a rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The gathering the president's first of the covert 19 air. Of course, it drew a smaller than expected crowd amid concerns of rising infections. Now the president was narrowly defeated in 2016 in New Hampshire by Hillary Clinton. Before the pandemic. Trump campaign officials pointed to that state as a place where they saw a chance to expand the electoral map during the president's reelection effort. President
Jefferson Davis statue in Richmond toppled by protesters
"Com for the second night in a row protesters in Richmond tore down a statue of a historic figure first it was Christopher Columbus now Jefferson Davis the statue of the president of the confederacy was toppled shortly before eleven PM and was on the ground about eighty miles away in Portsmouth Virginia protesters beheaded and then pulled down four statues that were part of a can Edvard monument the death of George Floyd is prompted similar Confederate monument removals around the nation some people say the tributes inappropriately glorify people who led a rebellion that sought to uphold slavery others say the removal amounts to a racing