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Fresh update on "ramona" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

00:43 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ramona" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

"Goodyear more driven back when SportsCenter all night and back with a New York state of mine blockbuster trade in baseball, the Mets have acquired Indian Star shortstop Francis Golden Door and writing Carlos Carrasco Way all gotta She won't walk and that's what brings. This Is Steve Cohen going and saying, I want the best players in baseball to come to New York and I don't mean the Bronx. I mean, Flushing, Queens, the Brooklyn Nets are acquiring Houston's James Harden and able Blockbuster deal, sources telling Ramona Shelburne and Adrian Warden Nasty. I think all over so very, very smart. Like I said it very unselfish, and we know what's at stake. This is James hard is that I'm not gonna wait to the 11th hour. I'm going to take control of my destiny. The Jets or hiring former 40. Niners defensive coordinator Robert Saleh reports. ESPN is Adam Schefter, our leader, a dynamic personality. Means the culture because let's face it. Jet has been losing Do the Yankees finalizing a six year $90 million contract with second baseman DJ LeMay You DJ Lemak. You wanted to be a New York Yankee. It was clear from the start. He spes Jeff Passan importing the Yankees right hander Cory Clubber, finalizing a one year $11 million deal. These little town? Yeah, a lot of big names landing in the big.

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Fresh "Ramona" from KNX Weekend News and Traffic

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:42 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh "Ramona" from KNX Weekend News and Traffic

"Work on the vary it 35 on. Can ex prepping for the inauguration includes more security than ever. We'll have that story and four but it's right now. Traffic and weather together every time that it's all the fines and here's Tani Campos. And San Clemente. We have five north just before Camino destroy area. There's a motorcycle crash that also involves a car and that writer is laying on the ground, so they're different injuries. With this crash five north on the Chapman off ramp of vehicles engulfed in flames. It looks like a CHP is just about to arrive. There. We have a full freeway closure. Corona 91 was at the 71, a secular in Pasadena Continues North band One tenant, Fair Oaks. All lanes are blocked for a Of injury crash. This has been closed for about the last three hours. Now everybody's being diverted off to Fair oaks. So the 605 south of Ramona, there's a few cars over on the right shoulder after hitting some metal debris in Lane's five south at Lankershim. It was a solo car crashing. Apparently they busted up all the sand barrels. They're so Caltrans is being called out. That is an immediate hazard. There is sand across the roadway that's reported 11 45 tiny compass. With more traffic reports more often can extend 17 years. Radio tonight Lows fifties and sixties. Tomorrow's seventies and eighties. And that's the story for the whole weekend with very dry conditions. Those offshore winds high fire danger lots of sunshine. Right now. Downtown 63 in a Santa Ana 57 11 37. Sarah. I did it Did what? It's perfect. It's perfect. Got Kristen? An engagement ring. I knew Dominion jewelers would be perfect..

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Like Water in the Desert

Gastropod

04:00 min | Last month

Like Water in the Desert

"Philip start by introducing you all ramona. Button of ramona's american indian foods. I am Pima living on the pima reservation here on a hill river. I am also have donal them from south of here. They used to be known as the papagos. But now they're called the on them and the p. r. on them that's my other half mesa river people. And i'm gary ramona's husband terry button ramona. Interior farmers their farms about an hour. Southeast of phoenix on the way to tucson and the whole region is a desert. The sonoran desert includes phoenix and tucson and parts of california and it stretches all the way over. The border into mexico. Ramona's ancestors have been farming in the region for thousands of years and her dad kept the traditional live on the reservation where she grew up. My father did the wheat. He did the tempered. Beanstalk brown swam bob and the white tip rabin which is the start about and he did. Squash the gabon. Ceos watermelon and sugarcane and the black eyed peas just us above and chilies mostly. I don't for his chili. And those tilles are part of what brought ramona and terry together. Ramona had left the reservation to work as a nurse. In south dakota terry was there studying lakota songs and culture friends introduce them and they told ramona. That terry had picked up a few words of pima as well. That's the language of ramona's people in the south west. So terry tried out his rudimentary pima on her. And i said well you're saying it correctly but you're Die like accent is different and so it was a little bit hard to decipher. But i could understand him. So i said well Maybe we're a good match and so it happens. And then when i came when i met ramona the first experience i had with southwest cuisine was her dad's long green chilis and they were so hot they blistered my lips. They turned white. She would send him to me in the mail when i went back to school. Share with some of my buddies. Nobody could eat them and her dad. Pretty famous actually in the local community as well known for he's used to sell small brown paper lunch sacks with chilis and he'd have mild and medium hot he regulate a chilly temperature by the way he irrigated his chile's he wouldn't let anybody else water his plots not just because he was manipulating the firing of his tilles. It was because the water itself was so rare and so precious. There was never enough. A shirt is a place full of things other than water. They get a bad rap because they have low rainfall and It's as if they're empty spaces. Gay napkin is a desert agricultural ecologist. And he's written more than a dozen books about agriculture and the desert and its foods. He lives an hour south of tucson also in the sonoran desert within a mile and a half of where i am sitting right. Now we have evidence of forty five hundred years of agriculture in the form of corn remains from an archaeological site. So i am in the valley in the united states with the oldest history of agriculture. Yeah well as far back and farther back than written history can go. The people were farming. Here when padre eusebio kino who was the first non indian person to come into this country came here and visited the payments in sixteen seventy five. They were irrigating their fields with diversions from the hilo river at that time

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Coronavirus vaccine should go to health care workers, long term care facilities first, CDC panel recommends

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

01:28 min | Last month

Coronavirus vaccine should go to health care workers, long term care facilities first, CDC panel recommends

"Month. But U K has approved emergency use of the visor vaccine and is preparing to roll it out next week, becoming the first country in the world to do so. In a statement, UK officials say The coast quote in the the mid government sixties to has mid today seventies accepted the recommendation in the valleys from in the the mid to independent upper seventies medicines. And Health With Care Products San Diego's Regulatory most accurate forecast, Agency, or I maybe. See M H. 10 R news A meteorologist to approve Fizer Meghan Bio Perry in text Covert right now, 19 in vaccine Ramona, for use It is chilly. quote 36 The vaccine degrees. will be made Looks available like Rancho across Bernardo the is UK 46 from next downtown. week. Clear The UK and is already 47 purchased 40 million Cocoa News doses time of the is vaccine, 5 which 32. was shown to be 95% UK. effective Giving in emergency its final approval trials. for Fizer That's Marianne is Corona Rafferty virus reporting Vaccine a Today, covert vaccine UK is Health getting Secretary closer Matt Hancock and explains we now how the government know who will will determine be getting the first who doses. gets the vaccine. Colonel First. Scott has The more Joint on the vote Committee on by an Vaccinations advisory board and Immunization to the CDC. is the clinical The panel committee voted that advises 13 the to government 1 for on health care workers On and long the priority term care facility on residents who gets to the be vaccine. any In vaccines. what order? First recipients. They will be setting out Dr details Kathleen of Dooling that prioritization of the CDC said later Having residents this morning and care facilities along with makes the sense, M H R A. long Who will term set care out facility. the clinical Residents details and staff behind accounted this for vaccine 6% and of why cases they've taken and 40% the decision to of authorize deaths in the it. U. S. Fires was The vaccine committee also will have its heard emergency public use comment authorization that ranged widely hearing with at the the Great FDA first on path December protecting 10th. Americans from San Diego's coded largest allocating health care vaccines provider, asking to states people according to wear to population masks and doesn't take precautions help reduce inequity. after seeing Long 4.5 term studies in monitoring times have not the number been done. of coronavirus A pair of vaccines patients await federal in its hospitals emergency Sharp use approval Healthcare President from and CEO the FDA. Chris Howard Yeah. says their intensive The The care nation's nation's units top top and infectious infectious 86% disease disease experts experts capacity as as herd herd with immunity immunity only 25 from from

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Why Does It Take So Long To Create A Vaccine?

The Ten News

02:49 min | 2 months ago

Why Does It Take So Long To Create A Vaccine?

"Right now. Scientists across the world to working on creating a vaccine for corona virus. A vaccine is something usually a shot that gives your body immunity to a disease. If you have immunity that means you are protected from a particular disease. Thanks to vaccines. We no longer have to worry about terrible diseases like smallpox. Scientists have been working for months to make cruel virus vaccine. What's taking so long. I want to be able to hang out with my friends. I got used to. I hear you. There are well over one hundred fifty grow virus vaccines that are being tested right now and the hope is that we won't have to wait much longer. There is a really good reason why vaccines take a long time to make in order to understand what's taking so long it helps to understand how vaccines work. The human body is amazing and one thing that makes it so amazing is the immune system the immune system protects you from all types of diseases including viruses like covid nineteen the problem with covid. Nineteen is that it is such a harmful virus. It is often able to overwhelm the immune system especially older people and people who already have certain other diseases. That's where vaccines come in. When you get a vaccine you're actually fooling your immune system into thinking. It's been exposed to something harmful like a virus or bacteria. The name used to describe something harmful that tries to attack. Your immune system is a pathogen. In order to defeat the pathogen. The body makes things called. Antibodies that are designed to destroy the nasty pathogen. But here's the cool part. You haven't really been exposed to the pathogen yet. You just got the vaccine. That will prepare your body if you do get infected tool to sum it all up getting a vaccine trains your body. It's a fight off a pathogen. Like ramona virus by preparing your immune system to fight the pathogen in the future. If you become exposed so getting the coronavirus vaccine would be kind of like giving your body. The corona virus playbook so it knows what to do if you actually get corona virus in the future. It kind of reminds me of that. One time i was playing basketball and my coach told me that there was a player on the other team. That likes to do a crossover dribble to the right. And then drive to the basket for a layup. It was a really nice move but thanks to the heads up for my coach i was able to shut it down to wait a bit for the corona virus vaccine to become available because scientists need to come up with a way to introduce the corona virus pathogen to our immune systems then tested the vaccine in animals. Then test it in a few humans to make sure to safe and to evaluate the perfect dose then tested in the larger number of humans to see how it impacts different people and make sure it's effective and then once it's approved hundreds of millions of doses needs to be made but once it's made you should consult with your doctor about getting the coronavirus vaccine so that if one day you become exposed to the corona virus you can shut it down.

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Warriors' plan aims to allow 50% fan capacity

Papa and Lund

06:15 min | 2 months ago

Warriors' plan aims to allow 50% fan capacity

"Ramona. How are you? God are you guys doing and we're hanging in there. So tell us about this. This operation Dub nation that the Joe Lake up is trying to pull off here so funny that it's called that right like it's like the Manhattan Project, right? Uh, you know, it's literally is every morning every Monday morning at 9 A.m.. They have this passport. That operation Dub Nation and been doing this for eight months on guy. Think what I think What is so interesting about this one is First of all, you know, we should We should We're you know, we should point out to everyone that The state of health. Weight is not allow anything like this right now. So this is a plan that has been submitted to the city and the county in California. I think the Warriors have already done a lot of work in terms of Explaining the science and proving the science to the public health officials and to the politicians were going to make the final call on this. It's not great timing. If you think about it right now we just have a press conference from the mayor's office where they were like Yeah, we're gonna have to start rolling things that we've seen the incidence of coronavirus spike this week. I think next week we're going to see even more roll back. This is what's happening across the country that is somewhat inevitable. We talking about the colder weather people being indoors more. Um, but, you know, I think you just kind of have to understand the math here right? And what the actual game changing part of this planet, which is We're talking about this is this is the part that I actually think is the most important when we're talking about, Okay, we have to close indoor guiding, or we have to close occupancy in a gym. Or we have to limit activity and indoor spaces like the movies here for. I don't know who's going to movie theaters right now, But okay. Not me. Sorry. Those types of rollbacks for seeing that is based off of The what's called the incidents of like a new cases per 100,000. Okay, right now in the bay Area that 9.9 per day. Okay, um, that that's 9.9 cases. Per 100,000. It's growing. But that's also based on this idea that you don't know amongst the people who are coming into your indoor restaurants or indoor gym or indoor space. How many of them are positive because you're not doing any testing. But if you're doing testing You have a different you have a different knowledge about who's actually in your space, right? If you test everyone who walks through that door, you're only vulnerability is the accuracy and sensitivity of the test. Correct. You understand everybody. Obviously we're well aware of that. Yes. Okay. Now the accuracy and sensitivity is a really big deal because most of the rapid tests that you see them like the infamous White House Rose Garden Super spreader event, which we have You know what you have. People continue to test positive for and then again on election night. They're using a rapid test that is in an urgent that based test Now people lies start to glaze over when you start to explain the difference here, But I'll just Do it in terms of the antigens that based test It couldn't have between 30 and 50% of infected people. It's not that accurate, okay, it'll generally effective, you know, but it's not. It's like it's better than nothing. And it definitely has some uses if you're using it. Let's say at school or or in a college where you're testing the same people every single day. So every single time you test somebody that gives a better chance. You're gonna catch it right, especially Because people generally don't become infectious with Cove it and tell day three or day four of infection. So let's say you were you caught it. It didn't catch you on day one. It didn't catch one day to It didn't catch you on day three because the energon test doesn't catch it before Day four, Okay? But my day 56 or seven it should catch you one of those days of your testing every day. The PCR based test which the Warriors are talking about, that's a rapid test. It's 15 minutes. Shallow nasal swab. I think that's important for people to understand Shallow like booger level, Okay, Like, like, you know. Yeah, I think about touching very descriptive brain booger level. Okay, levels go down. Bacon burger level, Okay, And this test is 99% accurate. There's only three companies who have earned emergency FDA authorization to make these tests. Okay, One of them's in the Bay Area of Bisbee. Started by a Stanford grad. Let's claim that some Stan forgot myself, then the other tours to the palace for yet they're the one called Q Health and Mesa by a text. They just started making these things this summer and this fall, so that's how like when you see Saturday Night live, that's what senator lives is using. They're using that kind of testing. Plus, they're wearing masks. Those tests generally caused 152 $100 a test. Okay like that very expensive to do on a large scale. You could do it at small venues and like I was reading it three. You're really interesting. New York Times story about this. And, uh, it was August when the first started to get get approved. They were calling that this is this is the new velvet ropes. Rapid PCR test of the new velvet rope like if you wanna have a gathering, If you want to have an event, you've seen this like in small parties. Small gathering. And even when you do those rapid PCR test, you should still wear a mask. Some people some places hasn't like they had a doctor featured in that New York Times story. I saw Charging $500 a test for partygoers at the hands of in the Hamptons. Okay, This is what the Warriors are talking about doing on a scale where 50% capacity at Chase Center.

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Warriors' plan aims to allow 50% fan capacity

KNBR Tonight

05:03 min | 2 months ago

Warriors' plan aims to allow 50% fan capacity

"Year. We should have something to cheer about. But now, of course No fans or will there be? Or in the ESPN. Ramona Shelburne. Warriors have a plan a very expensive plan. Get 50% capacity at Chase Center this year. If you might be saying deter, how the hell are they going to do that? And I asked the same question. And I'm still pretty skeptical that they can pull this off because as of yesterday or maybe even the day before that, I believe they just rolled back. Lot of openings that we were doing here in the city of San Francisco. Situation is not getting better. Getting worse. We're not going to get into the nitty gritty of that. Because that is something I'm not fully qualified to do, Nor probably are you unless you are. George Rutherford, Dr Jordan Rutherford Police feel free to call in Anyway, KNBR. Warriors want to get 50% capacity. At Chez Center. And here's How Joe Lake up who, by the way Bio tech billionaire public health. Degree from U C. L A nose a little bit about. This has a little bit of expertise in this area. I wouldn't say he's epidemiologists or anything like that. I wouldn't put him in charge of the Coronavirus task force. Or anything like that, but certainly more qualified than myself. To figure out how to get 50% capacity. At Chase Center. Now bear with me hear it does get a little In the weeds. But when we're talking about this, we need to be specific about what the hell's going on. This information is important, even if it is a little dense. I'll do my best here but bear with me. The plan is Lakers going to spend $30 million Which you might say That's chump change. That's an Andrew Wiggins. The test every fan employees and player Media to be determined. I would imagine that he's not going to spend the money on us Can't really blame him. Of course, you will have masks and you will have distancing. But the plan is they're going to use a rapid PCR test. So the PCR test that's the deep one right where they get real up in the nose. Those were supposed to be about 99% accurate Now, Joe Lake Up, says he's gotta read. He's got a He's got a guy. He's got a plug. You can get him rapid PCR tests. That means 20 minutes or so you could get an answer, as opposed to what we saw with Major League baseball, where it's 24 hours later, which worked out great at the end of the World Series. I mean bang up job. Think about the amount of times that baseball had a problem this year because of the delay. We're going from 24 hours to 20 minutes. And you might go. We already have rapid testing like that, Peter, we do. There. Auntie Gin tests. Now this is this is the difference. The PCR is the 99% 1. So that's finding any kind of the virus. In your nose. Going up in there finding some of the virus. And then through technology being able to figure out, you know. If you have it or not, If you can't find it after the amplifying, amplifying, amplifying, amplify you don't have it. You got a little bit it. The anti Jin tests are different. They're looking for something that is bound. To the virus. Basically, you have to be shedding the virus in order for the anti Jin test to succeed. Now, those tests are very fast. Take like 10 15 minutes, right? You could get a result. If you're shedding the virus, you probably are showing some symptoms. And so it's estimated. But there is a 30 to 50% miss rate. With these rapid auntie gin tests. Which at a certain point you're like, Why are we bothering with him? Why are we spending all this money? The PCR is the way to go to believe to be 99% accurate. If we could have a situation where the PCR test He's going as fast as the anti gene tests. I don't know about you. But 99% is a lot better than 50% or even 70% on its best day. The Joe Lake up once rapid PCR tests for every fan player and employees. On day of game. Now. I don't know what it's not like You could put everybody in a room in test. Um, just sit around. Mean Chase Center has a great filtration from everything I heard. I heard that well before you know, we really cared about filtration because that was something I cared about him. Big fan, big fan of ventilation. I think they can change out. The air and Chase Center four times an hour like change out the entirety of the air, which seems like a pretty good thing to do. You could also have nothing but outside air coming in. Really let it flow. And I say that would be a good plan. But these rapid PCR tests are the difference. And then George Rutherford. The After mentioned George Rutherford public health expert saying This is as close to a perfect plan as I've seen

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A Conversation With Ramona Hood, CEO, FedEx Custom Critical

Skimm'd from The Couch

04:59 min | 2 months ago

A Conversation With Ramona Hood, CEO, FedEx Custom Critical

"We are very very excited to have ramona hood. Join us on skimmed from the couch. She is the ceo and president of fedex custom critical and she brings over twenty eight years of experience at fedex to her role. That's because as we'll get into ramona's started her career the company as a receptionist back in nineteen ninety one for mona. We are so excited to have you with us today. Welcomed skimmed from the couch. Thank you danielle. I'm really excited to be here today. Even if it is a virtual. I know it's it's so we've done know now. We've been at home since march many of the people listening and it's been incredible. How many people we've met in a pandemic without actually meeting them will joking the other day. We have a new chief product officer. And we're like we don't even know how tall you are. We've never met in person that that's funny. We have some similar experiences. I have two people that were added to my executive team after cova so we made hiring decisions virtually and we have been on boarding people virtually as well but we're adapting to the new way of working. Yeah i think everyone is is having to so. Let's start off with a basic question. Me ask everyone. Skim your resume for us. Gosh if i would start my resume with twenty eight years at fedex. I'd like to tell people. I grew up there. I also like to say. I started when i was five. And i've had a great career at fedex. Starting asked the receptionist. At the time it was roberts express and i moved from the receptionist roll into our safety and contractor relations department. I had an opportunity of really spending about five to seven years in that area and it was the place that i met my first mentor. The director of the department had asked what my career goals were in my aspirations and was the first time that i really put thought into what my interests were and it started with leadership. So i'll talk a little bit more about mentorship later. But i spent five to seven years. There then moved to the operation area. So that i can gain. Pnl experience and have accountability. for that. then. I moved into sales and marketing and also had an opportunity to lead a wholly-owned subsidiary from there i moved into a different fedex atp company we had acquired a company and there was a need for an officer to lead one of the business units and so i took that opportunity which gave me experience on working on post. Acquisition integration work with identifying synergies for the business as well as for the team members and then from there i moved back to fedex custom critical as an officer of operations strategy and planning and also managed our pricing strategy as well as our data and science group and from there i had an opportunity in the impact of two thousand nineteen. Our ceo and president was retiring and so i had an opportunity to be appointed to the ceo and president role in january and started Leading very methodically through the first ninety days and then covert nineteen hit and so that was the first crisis that i began to lead through in my first ninety days and then shortly after that the death of george floyd really brought a platform to talk through the racial injustice that we were seeing in the country and again leading the organisation through that difficult time so eight months into my new role. And i feel like. I've learned a lot and really thankful for the team. I have that has supported me throughout the timeframe. And i'm sure that's exactly what you thought the first eight months and specifically the first ninety days we're going to hold. What is something that people would be surprised to know about. You are something that we can't google or find on your lincoln. So i think if you know me. It's pretty clear what. I would how i would answer this question. But for people who don't know me and if you would google me you won't be able to find it. I am a big foodie. I've loved to eat. I come from a family where we use food as a way to socialize entertain. It is to manage our feelings whether they're happy sad or whatever the case may be so. I enjoy food. I enjoy eating as well as a little cooking. But for the most part it's the eating and sampling. New things that i enjoy.

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Daryl Morey on verge of joining Philadelphia 76ers as president of basketball operations

Around the Horn

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Daryl Morey on verge of joining Philadelphia 76ers as president of basketball operations

"The seventy sixers Daryl Morey this drop that nowhere today. They're expected to finalize a deal. It'd be president of basketball operations work alongside GM, Elton brand turnover this off season for Philly. Doc Rivers Now coaching what it would Daryl Morey mean to a team Ben Simmons who doesn't shoot the three Ramona and Joel Embiid, who as the Center Position Daryl, Morey has gone away from recently. Like Garo thinks about basketball differently than we all deal and I think he's you know oftentimes credited with changing the game of basketball into into what we see today and so I if you're if you have one of the most unsolvable rosters in basketball. The. Left with is very hard to maneuver very hard to solve bring in a guy who thinks differently I liked to

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"ramona" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

04:25 min | 4 months ago

"ramona" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Romana. A weird of infatuation with me and my sexuality like I say pianist or like friends with benefits I mean that front standard you know what listen maybe it's 'cause antiquated and out of date but you know what our point Sonia to be funny like Sealed Ball Lucille Ball is very funny contemporary actress and I find your sexual things to build more class story. That's me. I'm more sealed wall fan Ko West she's like, Lucille Ball and you like apple APP disgusting slut everybody knew it. You want to put the chocolate or mount in the first place I she was the one did. And he's just jealous execute what field mother, Andy Okay Oh God someone gets the milk gets granola over. Oh God I knew the moment she said Kudos granola wouldn't be much far behind. Members they were so good. They make them. I would love some Kudos for out there sent me a bar. Those by the box when I was a kid am. Love those non stop every time of your does I think of that green box out of chuck once the green box, you know sometimes the blue box, but I was always the green box for me. You'll up to my pictures to all into Tobago. Feel like as Mother Okay Lia's mother who really enjoys old reruns of Love Lucy Okay you know show I don't watch I love. League because no one I don't know what because you know what she cheat yourself she herself in that way. Okay. She just cheapens such cheapens herself so much and his like Aurora let let her finish but she's cheap. Okay. Okay. Guess What I love Lucy and Desi is a wonderful man Ramona letter finish I love Lucy Ramona. Finish. So, Ramona's like I mean, and then there's my daughter's like Oh my God they're twenty four I had kids at twenty four secure. What might kids don't talk like that came dotted talk like that. Slab you. There's a clip of Ramona did we see this in the nose seen footage? So's unseen footage of Ramona out to drinks with Leeann intensely but also avery friends and Leah's sitting there with these girls and kills minder am is to like get like a billionaire that has a nine inch never mind don't you have to stop with my you see every they're like she's like nodding like me to. and. My, you know what Mike you don't talk like that. You Chalk. And she's like, yeah. But then you started jerking off a wine glass like in front of your daughter. The clip of Ramona teaching them how to flirt and see is. Like full lading lab. Chris the Glass, while I'm right here, did you happen to see a leases or least should be on this region I don't know why she's not on it but did you see Elisa's instagram story from a few weeks ago when she was giving her her her tips for flirting with guys she was like, hi, this is a lease and let me tell you how you can win over a guy..

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Shaniwar Wada

Haunted Places

04:07 min | 4 months ago

Shaniwar Wada

"On the western side of the Indian subcontinent, there is a city called Puna with an estimated population of seven million people. It's the eighth largest population center in India. As the informational technology capital of the country known as the Oxford of the East due to many universities and technical schools scattered throughout the city. At the near center of the city on the Bank of the Muto River is a majestic eighteenth century fort called Shawnee war water. was home to some of India's greatest warriors and politicians as well as some of its most dangerous betrayals. The death and destruction tied to the fort has left behind shadows Phantom pushes and pulls and disembodied voices crying out for help. These spirits are the last remnants of the Fort's storied history as a series of fires have ravaged the building itself. In order to understand the loss experienced by both these spirits and the culture they came from one has to die far back into Indian history. If South Asia can be defined by anyone conflict. It's the region's ongoing religious wars between Hindus and Muslims long before the British and Portuguese arrived and exacerbated these problems the countries we now know as India and Pakistan were divided into smaller kingdoms who fought for religious and cultural dominance. During, most of the eighteenth century, the Indian subcontinent was dominated by the Mughal empire. Muslim. With its origins in modern day, bekker's can. In seventeen twenty the head of the Murata Empire appointed a twenty year old warrior named Bagio belong to succeed his father in the role of prime minister or pay Schwa-. Balji raw was determined to fight his way from Poona to Delhi in order to expel the moguls and claim all of the Indian Subcontinent Taza State. It. Is Nineteen Year career as a PATUA. He never lost a battle. As, his grew so did the power of the Pay Schwab US eventually superseding kings they were expected to serve in terms of power and influence. Ten years into his campaign to expand the Miranda Empire. Mogae row began building a seven story fortified palace called SCHONE WAR WADA or Saturday fort in seventeen thirty it was completed in seventeen thirty two and would serve as the seat of the patients power until European imperial powers forced them into decline when he wasn't in the field Balji row stayed with his wife, Kashi Pie and their sons at Shawnee War Wada the garden. So the Ford provided an idyllic place for children to play and the many halls of the palace were lot in the region for their decor. This included both intricate teak finishing San wall-paintings of the Ramona and the Mahabharata it is at this point that the historical record gets controversial. Body row married Mustang any the daughter of the Rajput King Shot Sal and his Persian Muslim concubine. Unheard of for both Hindu and Muslim rulers to take multiple wives. However. mustangs ties, Islam Islam, and the lack of official approval from both body Rows Family Yen Kashi by presented personal and political issues. Some claim that the marriage was a political match meant to thank podgy raw for saving the Rajput Kingdom. But legend has it that body route fell in love with the princess after she broke into his tent in men's clothing to ask him for military aid. The story says that podgy row gave Donnie a dagger perhaps not realizing that doing so was a sign of marriage in Rajput Culture. Whatever the truth was? Followed her new husband Ashani Wada or she faced a chilly reception from her new in laws. Macci rows mother and brother refused to acknowledge her and body row ended up having to build a separate residents for her. Believe it or not. This period was in many ways the most peaceful era and Shinawatra's domestic history.

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Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti nominates Maria “Lou” Calanche to police commission

All Things Considered

01:05 min | 5 months ago

Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti nominates Maria “Lou” Calanche to police commission

"Nominated in East L. A college professor and community activist to serve on the police commission. Maria Luca launches nomination comes as the civilian oversight board undertakes reforms in response to widespread protest against police brutality and As the board comes under increased criticism by activist for not doing enough to root out systemic racism. Here's KCR W's Darryl Saxman after trimming $150 million from the LAPD budget this year and taking steps to divert some 901 calls to social workers. Garcetti says the city is exploring other ways of making policing more. Just in a statement he called Kalon Che, the ideal leader to help US re imagined public safety in Los Angeles. Helena is a professor of political science at East Los Angeles Community College. She's also the founder and executive director of Legacy Lay, an organization that works to improve the lives of Children who live in a public housing complex in Boyle Heights called Ramona Gardens. If she's confirmed by the City Council, Kellan would fill the seat of Sandra Figueroa via who was stepping down from the five member board. In this

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Who is Alex Cintrón, the Astros hitting coach who instigated brawl with the A's?

Drive Time Sports

02:52 min | 5 months ago

Who is Alex Cintrón, the Astros hitting coach who instigated brawl with the A's?

"Brawl in baseball yesterday. Ramona Reynaud went right after Alex Cintron, who is the head coach for the Houston Astros, And this whole thing was bizarre to Maine. We know that there is a beef between the athletics and the Astros. Mike Fires used to pitch for the Astros was on the on the athletic still is on Lorraine. Oh, gets hit twice in the Siri's that the 2nd 1 I didn't see the first of the 2nd 1 was not intentional. But he was walking to first base is so John boy pretty much tryingto figure out what was going on. And I guess Laredo was trying to tell the picture had to throw the ball. Cintron asked, get suspended from saying his name correctly, If now I apologize, but the bench the hitting coach has to get suspended, has to get a lengthy suspension. Because he is basically egging on Lorraine. Oh, who's at first base? And it was gutless. What the hitting coach did he goes? Oh, yeah. You come over here You come over here. The guys 41 years old, if this is not A 60 70 80 year old heading coach. This is not who is the Mets pitching coach? That's your Phil Regan. This's not him or or the late. Great Don Zimmer with Pedro Martinez, where you see potentially an older person get thrown to the ground. That was not this. This a 41 year old yellow Nazareno basically, Tom come over and fight him, and he did the ultimate Gutless move off. I'm going to tell you to come fight me. But the minute when you take a step forward three for my players are going to step in front of me. And then I'm going to become Mr Hold me back, bro. Type of guy. That's the worst person in a fight. Someone that instigates the fight and then doesn't throw the punch and doesn't actually fight when someone comes charging at you because of you just being ridiculous in the dugout. That guy doesn't get popped if Joe Kelly gets it with what it was an eight game suspension. If this is it, the heading coach here for the Astros doesn't get At least eight games, then that's ridiculous. Albay have no clue how to figure this out. They'll mess it up. Did you agree with that? Then we have a heading coach, basically telling Laredo to come over and fight him. Or Laureano. Excuse me. To come over and fight him. And then he lets what 34 of his players take care of it that was weak. Yeah, it's weak and it's like extra dumb when the league is begging you not to have a bench clearing altercations, and then you instigate won as a coach, not even a player for seemingly I don't even understand the reason. And it even begins. So, yeah, you would think he's going to be in big, big trouble, too. We

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Journey's of Ramadhan 2020 Ft. Muslims Around the World

The Rogue Muslim

05:43 min | 7 months ago

Journey's of Ramadhan 2020 Ft. Muslims Around the World

"Salaam of. And welcome to another episode of the rogue Muslim podcast. This is a very very overdue episode. It is the final check in of the Milan series. Is like what. When did Ramona and June May. I actually don't remember it's. A mean I think this is what everyone saying all the time just blends together, and it definitely because I don't understand why the time has gone. I'm so sorry it's delayed. Things came up weighing on some things but Here we are. Of? The time recording is one thirty five am on Thursday July second twenty twenty. So it's late, and Ramadan is definitely definitely over although I hope the blessings aren't Also if I'm kind of. Speaking quite closely to my Mike will also. Relatively softly, and there may be quite a bit of disturbance. There's just loud noise going on right now. so I, apologize for that. You know I felt really guilty. I still do feel quite guilty full publishing this later than I expected to. But actually. I don't know about anyone else. I'm in the state of spiritual suspension I posted about this on my. Instrument page because. You May or may not have noticed, but I didn't upload podcast for the twenty six spiritual habit series. Which for the latest one, which was was to be doing Salat every. And I just I'm in state of spiritual suspension of don't really know how to move forward, but I'm also giving myself that time to just rest, and you know work on those habits that I had lost track of or wanted to perfect or whatever it was right I'm wanted to revisit so. Spiritual suspension and as I was re listening to everybody US CHECK INS I just felt so inspired. And I think some of this could be that you know we're not meeting regularly at most programs, or we're not having just spaces physical spaces where we can connect with one another spiritually I mean there is such a difference between being able to physically and being able to do it online But this did really help I just felt that. Oh Yeah I, am part of an there are people can talk to about this and You know it's just it's amazing. How much the blessings of Ramadan can continue with us, but at the same time. How. Because we're not as focused and intentional about spirituality. How much weaken new sites? Of God and I think that's kind of. That's always the difficult transition post from Avante because of during the month you know our world to stumps in. A to an extent right, and we and that is our focus for that is at the front of our mind. In shallow and so. You know after that we we always go back to reality so to speak, and it's up to us to change our reality up to us to change how intentional we want to be with. Continuing Spiritual efforts, and sometimes that's easier said than done sometimes. If you're in a state, spiritual suspension, the guild isolation like you know, there's a lot but Honest to God if there's anything I've learned, this year is the power of intention and. I hope that the check ins that you hear a revive your intentions revived that connection that you feel if you've lost it. If not a handle of this amazing I hope this just adds to. Your experience right now. But Yeah I just WANNA say. Now. I am so. Unbelievably thankful for the guests that participated. To all of you. I mean this episode I mean the series quite literally could not be done without you. It would just be me checking in. Fort while I wouldn't have done. It would just be boring if I just checked in myself for blonde, so it was just so insightful and inspiring and. I genuinely appreciated the level of ability, because it's not necessarily easy to just share your experiences to people. You don't know to audiences you don't know and. I just felt so connected to each and every one of your responses and. I'm so grateful for that and I know of had messages shared the swift boat with the folks that. I've had messages saying that people just felt very inspired by what you have said, and very connected to it and Sousse of conflict, and so I just can we all pray for the folks that participated in the families that they are rewarded abundantly in this life, and in the hair off made it was be accepted you know in the divine timing timing of a lot.

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Journey's of Ramadhan 2020 Ft. Muslims Around the World

The Rogue Muslim

05:58 min | 7 months ago

Journey's of Ramadhan 2020 Ft. Muslims Around the World

"Salaam of. And welcome to another episode of the rogue Muslim podcast. This is a very very overdue episode. It is the final check in of the Milan series. Is like what. When did Ramona and June May. I actually don't remember it's. A mean I think this is what everyone saying all the time just blends together, and it definitely because I don't understand why the time has gone. I'm so sorry it's delayed. Things came up weighing on some things but Here we are. Of? The time recording is one thirty five am on Thursday July second twenty twenty. So it's late, and Ramadan is definitely definitely over although I hope the blessings aren't Also if I'm kind of. Speaking quite closely to my Mike will also. Relatively softly, and there may be quite a bit of disturbance. There's just loud noise going on right now. so I, apologize for that. You know I felt really guilty. I still do feel quite guilty full publishing this later than I expected to. But actually. I don't know about anyone else. I'm in the state of spiritual suspension I posted about this on my. Instrument page because. You May or may not have noticed, but I didn't upload podcast for the twenty six spiritual habit series. Which for the latest one, which was was to be doing Salat every. And I just I'm in state of spiritual suspension of don't really know how to move forward, but I'm also giving myself that time to just rest, and you know work on those habits that I had lost track of or wanted to perfect or whatever it was right I'm wanted to revisit so. Spiritual suspension and as I was re listening to everybody US CHECK INS I just felt so inspired. And I think some of this could be that you know we're not meeting regularly at most programs, or we're not having just spaces physical spaces where we can connect with one another spiritually I mean there is such a difference between being able to physically and being able to do it online But this did really help I just felt that. Oh Yeah I, am part of an there are people can talk to about this and You know it's just it's amazing. How much the blessings of Ramadan can continue with us, but at the same time. How. Because we're not as focused and intentional about spirituality. How much weaken new sites? Of God and I think that's kind of. That's always the difficult transition post from Avante because of during the month you know our world to stumps in. A to an extent right, and we and that is our focus for that is at the front of our mind. In shallow and so. You know after that we we always go back to reality so to speak, and it's up to us to change our reality up to us to change how intentional we want to be with. Continuing Spiritual efforts, and sometimes that's easier said than done sometimes. If you're in a state, spiritual suspension, the guild isolation like you know, there's a lot but Honest to God if there's anything I've learned, this year is the power of intention and. I hope that the check ins that you hear a revive your intentions revived that connection that you feel if you've lost it. If not a handle of this amazing I hope this just adds to. Your experience right now. But Yeah I just WANNA say. Now. I am so. Unbelievably thankful for the guests that participated. To all of you. I mean this episode I mean the series quite literally could not be done without you. It would just be me checking in. Fort while I wouldn't have done. It would just be boring if I just checked in myself for blonde, so it was just so insightful and inspiring and. I genuinely appreciated the level of ability, because it's not necessarily easy to just share your experiences to people. You don't know to audiences you don't know and. I just felt so connected to each and every one of your responses and. I'm so grateful for that and I know of had messages shared the swift boat with the folks that. I've had messages saying that people just felt very inspired by what you have said, and very connected to it and Sousse of conflict, and so I just can we all pray for the folks that participated in the families that they are rewarded abundantly in this life, and in the hair off made it was be accepted you know in the divine timing timing of a lot. I just a continually. A has ripple effects and one of those is that you can listen to the series at any point in time and still connected still learn, and still be inspired

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Journey's of Ramadhan 2020 Ft. Muslims Around the World

The Rogue Muslim

05:43 min | 7 months ago

Journey's of Ramadhan 2020 Ft. Muslims Around the World

"Salaam of. And welcome to another episode of the rogue Muslim podcast. This is a very very overdue episode. It is the final check in of the Milan series. Is like what. When did Ramona and June May. I actually don't remember it's. A mean I think this is what everyone saying all the time just blends together, and it definitely because I don't understand why the time has gone. I'm so sorry it's delayed. Things came up weighing on some things but Here we are. Of? The time recording is one thirty five am on Thursday July second twenty twenty. So it's late, and Ramadan is definitely definitely over although I hope the blessings aren't Also if I'm kind of. Speaking quite closely to my Mike will also. Relatively softly, and there may be quite a bit of disturbance. There's just loud noise going on right now. so I, apologize for that. You know I felt really guilty. I still do feel quite guilty full publishing this later than I expected to. But actually. I don't know about anyone else. I'm in the state of spiritual suspension I posted about this on my. Instrument page because. You May or may not have noticed, but I didn't upload podcast for the twenty six spiritual habit series. Which for the latest one, which was was to be doing Salat every. And I just I'm in state of spiritual suspension of don't really know how to move forward, but I'm also giving myself that time to just rest, and you know work on those habits that I had lost track of or wanted to perfect or whatever it was right I'm wanted to revisit so. Spiritual suspension and as I was re listening to everybody US CHECK INS I just felt so inspired. And I think some of this could be that you know we're not meeting regularly at most programs, or we're not having just spaces physical spaces where we can connect with one another spiritually I mean there is such a difference between being able to physically and being able to do it online But this did really help I just felt that. Oh Yeah I, am part of an there are people can talk to about this and You know it's just it's amazing. How much the blessings of Ramadan can continue with us, but at the same time. How. Because we're not as focused and intentional about spirituality. How much weaken new sites? Of God and I think that's kind of. That's always the difficult transition post from Avante because of during the month you know our world to stumps in. A to an extent right, and we and that is our focus for that is at the front of our mind. In shallow and so. You know after that we we always go back to reality so to speak, and it's up to us to change our reality up to us to change how intentional we want to be with. Continuing Spiritual efforts, and sometimes that's easier said than done sometimes. If you're in a state, spiritual suspension, the guild isolation like you know, there's a lot but Honest to God if there's anything I've learned, this year is the power of intention and. I hope that the check ins that you hear a revive your intentions revived that connection that you feel if you've lost it. If not a handle of this amazing I hope this just adds to. Your experience right now. But Yeah I just WANNA say. Now. I am so. Unbelievably thankful for the guests that participated. To all of you. I mean this episode I mean the series quite literally could not be done without you. It would just be me checking in. Fort while I wouldn't have done. It would just be boring if I just checked in myself for blonde, so it was just so insightful and inspiring and. I genuinely appreciated the level of ability, because it's not necessarily easy to just share your experiences to people. You don't know to audiences you don't know and. I just felt so connected to each and every one of your responses and. I'm so grateful for that and I know of had messages shared the swift boat with the folks that. I've had messages saying that people just felt very inspired by what you have said, and very connected to it and Sousse of conflict, and so I just can we all pray for the folks that participated in the families that they are rewarded abundantly in this life, and in the hair off made it was be accepted you know in the divine timing timing of a lot.

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Sources: NBA board expected to OK restart plan

Waddle & Silvy

01:22 min | 8 months ago

Sources: NBA board expected to OK restart plan

"So Peter was rusty so I got a couple tweets here the N. B. is planning a Thursday vote of the board of governors with an expectation that owners will approve Adam silver's recommendation on a format to restart the season in Orlando sources tell ESPN owners of large are largely planning to pledge support for silver's final recommendation on a plan which teams expect to include invitations for twenty to twenty two teams to resume the season sources tell him in Ramona and Zach Lowe so so basically what this means is the owners are leaving it up to Adam silver to create the best possible plan and then they're going to get they have given his their full support to him and earlier you know some stories of leaked out about certain owners like Michael there's a story from Shonda said that Michael Jordan said that he didn't want his team participating in meaningless games which you know which with the help which basically they've all been under his wing but it's you know compared to what baseball is doing the owners trusts Adam silver to say this is the best possible plan this is the safe the safest thing we can do this would get the most bang for our Buck and to have the the best resolution to add an end to a regular season in the playoffs and will vote on this on Thursday and they're going to approve it because they trust Adams over and then they'll be a start date

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Nowhere To Hide Nothing To Hold

Secular Buddhism

05:48 min | 8 months ago

Nowhere To Hide Nothing To Hold

"Let's jump into the discussion around the Zenko on that was shared in the last podcast episode. It goes like this elder ting is to lean cheesy master. What is the great meaning of Buddha's teachings lean? She came down from his seat slapped teeing and pushed him away. Team was stunned and stood motionless among nearby said teen. How at that moment teen attained. Great Enlightenment so I want to share a couple of thoughts around this specific on because I think it has a deeper meaning at least for me. It carries a couple of deep lessons. I WANNA share some of the thoughts from the Patriarch podcast community and Share some of the insight that I gained from reading other people's thoughts around this so Ramona said to me when Lynch she came down from his seat slapping and pushing king. He was answering his question of the great meaning of Buddha's teachings which is enduring suffering when the monk nearby assumed he got slapped because he did not bow team became enlightened because in that moment he realized he should invite and bow to the suffering to welcome it. Then give it respect. Perhaps that's the great meaning of Buddha's teaching. I like Ramona's thoughts on this especially the correlation between the answer to the question the great meaning of the Buddhist teachings. We know that the Buddha taught about suffering we know that he taught you know the four noble truths are the truth of satisfactory nece Duca which is often translated to suffering the truth of the cause of unsatisfactory. Nece the truth about the cessation of unsatisfactory. Nece the truth about the path that leads to the cessation of this unsatisfactory. Nece or Duca as it was called so in a nutshell. Yes the if you were to ask someone. What is the meaning of the Buddhist teachings? It's certainly centers. Around this sense of unsatisfactory. We could call it suffering that times and I do think that when we think about it that way it is kind of interesting that this master would come down and give the answer to what is the great meaning by slapping and pushing him away essentially causing team to experience and that moment probably some unsatisfactory nece or some suffering That's fun to think about. A new Ska says quote as others have said I too felt that the being slapped and pushed away as a representation of What we do when we face suffering it works on two levels for me suffering slaps in the face and we push it away but also suffering does the pushing away by interrupting US and separating us from our experience I was also taken by the last piece Why do you not bow? I interpreted that as meaning. The teen didn't bow to the teacher. Not that he should have and that in this act he didn't give reverence to the suffering. Someti- I sometimes wonder about how much time and effort we give to feeling suffering Is it excessive? And what is the right effort? We need to put into truly move past it close quote and I like what Anouchka sharing here as well and the correlation that she brings out with the concept of of of bowing to the suffering. And that's something. I want to discuss a little bit later with with my thoughts around this Cohen. Really quick share matthews thoughts. He says quote my first reaction to this Cohen was to think of how I very often asked questions knowing what I want. The answer to be that is. I'm not hoping to get an answer. But just validation of what I already think. The answer is much like the student who's Cup is two full of tea to get any from the master. Teeing I think did not get the answer he was expecting and the other monk was saying teeing. You ask a question and you got the answer. Why are you not bowing to think the master? It reminded me that I need to be more open to the answers to questions. And also that maybe I do already know the answer. Deep down inside close quote and I enjoy matthews thoughts a lot on this topic The correlation between the story of the Cup being full and certainly the concept of asking questions. Sometimes just to get validation about the answer. We think that we're we already have or that. Were going to get. I think we all do that from time to time And this is a whole different approach right. The he certainly didn't get the answer. He was expecting and ironically. That's what led to his enlightenment at least in this Cohen right so I think there's something to be learned there that often the thing that we're looking for it won't get us the thing that we want but sometimes getting the thing that we weren't expecting can get us the thing that we We were actually after in the first place. That's Kinda fun mental correlation and last. I WANNA share Nancy's thoughts who says quote I see this co on as a role play of the First Noble Truth Life at times will slap you in the face and push you away and instead of bowing and walking away which seems to have been. His common reaction teen paused stood motionless saw and pain for what it was a slap in a push. Nothing more close quote.

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Woman arraigned in killing of security guard over virus mask

The Savage Nation with Michael Savage

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

Woman arraigned in killing of security guard over virus mask

"A court appearance for a Michigan woman accused in the murder of a security guard over dispute over wearing a mask forty five year old sure melds he'd arranged Tuesday on murder and firearms charges and is being held in Jefferson County without bond as police say two other suspects her husband of forty four year old littering teak and twenty three year old Ramona bishop or on the run all three accused in the shooting death of dollar store security guard to Calvin Munnerlyn just no excuse for somebody to take this kind of an action over this kind of an issue prosecutors say marlin refused service to the suspects for their refusal to wear coronavirus masks inside the store all three suspects swim because indeed if convicted now facing life in

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Corona Personas: Real Housewives Edition

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

03:24 min | 10 months ago

Corona Personas: Real Housewives Edition

"Have a segment that I have duh corona. Personas out of your head and it's GonNa get that is my new favorite Hashtag Corona Persona and a lot of these not only housewives. But you know our our nearest and dearest celebs of our rights of all elks has been taking the the interwebs and developing some real corona personas. Yeah it's like some of your friends are are like the alarmist they're like other people are like doing their memes and their jokes. We've got it all and the housewives have not disappointed in your reactions. I would also like to shout out a listener of ours and someone who is follow on twitter. Who's hilarious and she has been just like diving into see. Where all the house where Casey and I were sending little things back to enforce to each other what the house is doing. But this person has taken it. To a new level I wanted to shout at Kendra James. She's really funny so take a look at her stuff. So one corona persona that has emerged is Ms Ramona singer and she quote feels fortunate to be an isolation with EX HUSBAND. Mario Singer after he cheated six years ago. They are hunker down though they are at a beautiful Italian dinner. The two of them sharing a nice bottle of red. Just really hunkered down there. Are they having sex? Danielle for sure they have always had a very sexual relationship. Yeah so I think. In the time of pandemic they are moving to towards one another. And have you also noticed? Her Corona Persona is stretched like not only. Has she done something to her face? But her the way that she's shooting or her filter has is like a blurry stretch. And there's something going on with that. We all want a vertical stretch. Yeah it now corresponds. Yeah it's a strange like stretch or filter. But I will say. It seems that they are all in Boca. Raton my hometown. I'm playing cards. H You're parks shows a beautiful photo with gorgeous sons and it is liked by one. Kathy Kelly. She says day one of being Hashtag home has shed. School has shag. Mom has shut principal. Hashtag I love. My Son's teaching is not my ministry. God May grant all the MOMS DADS and caretakers patients in grace during this quarantine. Godsend a village. How Shaka Rona how? Iko But nineteen now another corona persona. That I appreciate is Cynthia Bailey. Because she has decided to use this Pacific Time to get the SUNGLASS industry back up now as time. I wonder if she'll be packing up hourglasses. We ordered a year ago. Yeah I was GONNA say as everybody knows we order those still waiting on that and the cargo bag that we ordered from her many years ago so I feel like this she literally is literally coronas on. I'm going to get those I'm at home. I'm going to get those sunglasses ago and I'm GonNa get those orders out. You know now. Knee leaks posted a gorgeous photo and we'll get into this more but of her and Lil Sis Porsche and she's just kind of updating us on where a friendship is at big SIS LIL SIS is back. The past is the past. I don't care about yesterday. We Are Sisters Today Hashtag by receipts

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Los Angeles: Kobe & Gianna Bryant — A Celebration Of Life

SportsCenter AllNight

04:52 min | 11 months ago

Los Angeles: Kobe & Gianna Bryant — A Celebration Of Life

"Eighty Kobe Bryant superstar in the NBA obviously will be a whole Famer among the twenty thousand at staples center for Monday's celebration of life a who's who of the basketball world surely wasn't lost on folks over the first four speakers at the memorial but as a Bryant Diana Taurasi Sabrina Ionescu you and your family trump is not a clear message of just how much women's basketball become part of the Bryan family life an emotional day overall though just intensely from the undefeated if it looks motional on television it would have been a hundred times more in person people in the crowd were hugging each other people in the crowd crying initially during the actual ceremony like nobody nobody knew there was a sense of excitement there was a sense of shock remember also sent you wouldn't it would be actually walked onstage that I've heard rumors that she might be performing but I don't know if you're actually going to perform but the energy throughout it was reported in these also very sad that this which felt like the up by now would be if at least one part of the grieving process and there wasn't a dry eye in the house from the press row where I was at did the men and women and the kids who were in it and it over twenty thousand people every year which is one of the most emotionally draining but it also depends on beautiful experience of my life that was the feeling at staples on Monday as for the cloud that's been over LA for the past month all Ramona Shelburne is in Los Angeles it's actually more of Toby the last month right and we have he retired a vintage bike everywhere everywhere you go it's photos of him and videos of him I work where we're playing his words will playing games or you know you drive right away that the girls everywhere there there's there's like over eighty murals of Kobe in Los Angeles Kobe and Eugene G. N. L. I mean it's like it's everywhere you go and so I mean it's it's interesting because like you know on the one hand you know it's like he's gone in your and you already feel like them all out you know we we miss them and and you know there's the processing of that tragedy but on the other hand it's like I don't know that human beings can exist in a place where we feel this bad for that long right like you know when you're in that green apple apple first week it was like everybody felt so bad and it was like everywhere you went you would view photos and videos and like I actually think some people might like it too much right it's hard every human being to process that level of badness go back to that first game I think kinda help people move forward afterwards because it was like the first game Stanton it's like the last couple weeks it's it's been like you know you you kind of got back your life right we've had you know a lot and then there been meaningful basketball games have normal conversations and then today cool it was white everything felt all over again right especially when and I don't know everybody had different reactions said today by I I'm never going to forget but nothing blank any up there doing that like I mean I don't even just seeing her walk up to the fate I just started crying I was like oh my god the remote and that's kind of the jumping off point that I'm in all watching and the point that you made afterwards was you know a lot of this was also discovering the power of this woman because for so long she was never in the limelight by her choice and also will be probably fulfilling that you said in terms of protecting our children from the aggressive media that want to get to know the goats other half and so in a way this is her kind of showing us this power of this of this person on such a tragic stage right yeah I'm not able to put it like look I I know Vanessa from you know thank let her in the hallway outside the locker room right you know she he went he was always nice that allow she was like she's a mom you know like every time I saw her she had to have two little girls brings honor you know it needs repairing related values games will be like ten o'clock at night like the girls are falling asleep right so she could she would like them to do and mom stuff and I mean I can relate to that rate like you know home you know you just you know you want to say hi and you guys like I got the sleeping baby on my shoulder you know so she you know she's kind of bed that that woman for a long

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"ramona" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

10:26 min | 1 year ago

"ramona" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Okay. Polity Ramona kind of glance suggest an apology she goes. We'll get through something happening because I did not throw something at you. Switched water water water. A lot of what. What's going to happen to those fish? They're going to join now. Okay you water at me. I heard what I have my hat this woman. Can you say you care wasn't holding a baby Goo by Christmas Christmas questions. You never should've asked she's like how would you feel if I had to get stitches. You Number Ramon will be like I would've left actually but I did feel horrible. I feel terrible. Okay I veal. So what's her name again. I don't even know your name. I would feel terrible yet. Get Stitches so why did you throw water at me and said Christmas. Wait backups you know and you back back throw whatever it has and knowing apologize to AH says keep back it up. I told you the date. Don't tell me grissom thank you were talking about getting your hair wet. It's literally this for twenty minutes. Yeah he threw water at me. But then you switch me with class but but you through water and the more someone says something. Tomorrow Ramona's totally right. If public and some kids splashes me with water I'm slashing their fucking face off with my wife that ceremonials like like I don't give a shit you did. It told you not do it and I had something groom so. Heather is kind of laughing at this point because she's like I have spanks competitor. So I know Puff Daddy I call him Sean still sometimes so this is crazy. What is going on and sons? Like don't laugh this serious. This is serious cuts you you through. What God this is? Literally really pages of Raimondo screaming. About how the thing is it's like it's de escalation of it because in the beginning she's just like what you to want to me but then she starts doing that thing Jessica Yu and then she gets a point where she starts doing like weird macarena movements. Did you notice that. Don't throw what at me. Don't throw at me. It's like a dead body being reanimated in Franken. So there's like you know what honestly I don't even care about this fight. Okay I WANNA make sure Chris Okay but she's literally got a refrigerator on our face. That's gotTa hurt more than is right. Ramon it's like I'm enthrone. Anyone want anything over thirty five years. Not that's my father like. She just keeps ears. RAMONA's like okay. Let me see let me see. Let me see let let me see. Let me see you know. You can't touch my lip because let me see. Let me see. That looks fine to me. Looks to me I mean I see what was that like why is it. It's like plus whatever that's that's good poss right bleed blooded point within Kristen starts our whole thing like her reasons. She's not bleeding. She's like it's a blister blood blister Tara like well. That's not the same CRANSTON. She's she's bleeding out on the ground and die and remote is screaming at the top of her lungs. No okay this is my favorite thing. Ramona's wins let's. He keeps repeating the same thing over and over but it's not hitting says she starts stressing different words of the sentence. Yes no you have to get who. Let's you throw water on me. Who are you to get me to get you going? What what what the what are you my net? Just she starts doing that thing where she's like comes up from behind the way. uh-huh you you you you you you and then she gets really squinty. WHO'S GONNA be? What w what let me get ahead as really reminder that why around so then Ramona just walks away and kristen is like how hard is it just to apologize and being adult like? You can't even say I'm sorry. I broke faith. Chris like what you want me to wear a helmet around you all the time. Neil Yeah. Don't throw what at me any more pretty. You want me to wear a helmet around. Jay Ramona's take. It's like when motorcyclists have accidents and people like riding motorcycles like you. That's what that's what happens when you're around Ramona. Cover yourself a helmet. Say She's dangerous as like a wild animal danger. Is You have to protect yourself. Yeah so now Ramona's like goes. Does the bitch the other women about the situation. They can't believe who's she get me and then like she's upset because you know you split her lip in half and everything being upset. I got soaking wet so then I got soaking wet and then the wind goes will your hair that okay your hair. It looks Ramona Ramona. Your hair looks good so then carol comes in with another another piece of gold carols. Like it's like that joke about the light bobs. How many women does it take to rehash an apology? The and you know Carol in her mind is like sitting like face down on her bed with her macbook like writing a blog about this. How many light bombs doesn't hey? Hey it's like shut up Kerry sad shaw took over so then. Sonia weighs in on the situation. Then she really has a good perspective on this you know. It's very immature splash. I mean. I stopped splashing a long time ago. I mean splashing McDonald's eleven seven years old after splashing I moved onto firing shotguns and getting you know liberal happens all the time so they probably sit down at the table right. Were they already sitting in your mind. Okay so fucking splashing trying to have a party here so Ramona's like what kind of want. Why do you like why grits of course now after drink fuck and Ramona Pino Greasy? Ah kind of wine there is city. Winery 'cause you guys bring back. Ramona pingree Abruzzo citywide power. You guys have power and all the city wineries place an order for Ramona peanut reshow it will come back to markets. So then Ramona is Ramona. Does that thing where she didn't. Just scream in your face for twenty minutes. She's like okay. Monday peanut region while Turtle Time Rap Regain Eh book within whatever difference we have. It's one St. Wasn't my intention to hurt your spouse and I apologize. Kay apologized I Polish and kristen's like no bitch. So then then I like what Raimondo says. I think it was in the interview she goes. I think that Christians acting like a jerk. I'm definitely generally soaring. I think she's trying to make mortar modern self. But what are you. Jesus you know usually say Jesus. You shouldn't splash. People transplanted know who I would never splash my daughter slash best friend avery. Okay don't do that to people that you like so heather's like I just wanted to. Everyone Happen Blah Blah Blah. So I plant a big surprise for everybody but I can't tell them what it is and the car is coming down the driveway and Ramona's like people's he blow coronet here. That's not saying like Oh what is happening. I can't believe someone's driving up my driveway. Underscore is driving up in parks. Sony goes. Is that a motorcycle a Mike. When you get drunk you get double vision? But I've never heard of actually reducing the vision to like the number of headlights on wheels. She gets half vision. Sonya's like Oh my God. It's a bird scooter. The more wasted you are the skinnier the the Saudi family. I do not have diamond these. I'M GONNA put that on my resume. Waited tables for twenty years did Improv. For how how Saudi Family Wha crap in the so the big surprise listen we all have this guy in our town. who bothered Elvis suit? We've all we've all got him. I will give this one credit. He he's washed his Elvis in El Paso there. There is no watched elvis suit okay. Shows up in a SOMBRERO. spits all of Adam my birthday like I've had the guy at my birthday so this is Chris because she's really basic exert being in my because like how it was a little odd. I remember even the first time I watched it the way she like. She really got a lady hunter over that Elvis like really really bad thing so she was. She's going crazy. Ramona goes well splash your throat. Choke on a Ramona. You reacted okay. You reacted Ramona's like this Opel.

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"ramona" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"ramona" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"White straight male in America miracles victimize these days. Oh catch me up. Bravo Gersh so back at the back at the ranch Ramona. Mona has a curler like this in her head. A it's like a baby. It's like as big as a newborn baby in the front of her head. It's like her battery pack or something. You know like when people have like that extra battery pack in the back of their iphone sticks out. That's what she has up here for. Extra Ramona is okay camp. Believe because you know the producer's like Ramona fucking producer this charter from Ramona. Yep slowed loads rods. You can't throw glass someone's face okay. So Ramona's like Campbell Eve. Sonya Eve tossed that latte her that her to bed. And what's my engine Info Action Que. Soy so I- preempted by just what I had my hat like. If I had my phone in my hand thrown data face if I had a knife in my hand I probably would have stamped on the eyeball. Oh I ball but I was just reacting. Can't help it little betting on the story. Sewri can't help it if I'm just wanting tactic K.. So Sonya's like yeah. I look for reaction from you ever Ramon. Yeah I mean you. Don't Polka Sleeping Lion. You're going to see its claws specially the lions command like I am. What can I say say so then go line table for to going? Commando Mind Chili's so kristen is in like uh she is okay. It's she did get glass on her face. And that's like very nocco but she's also get over it you know it's like they say on the card Ashi is Cam There are people dying in this world. Kristen's life what did I do to deserve this like. Wait till the Ashley Madison Scandal. Just wait this is the easy part. She's also got an ice pack. Like this big. It's like a whole bottle of okay. She's like will die. That tasted delicious and it wasn't even actual vodka. It's not weird. How your body can react to Steph? You pass a cinnabon in your. I'm full I've never had that experience to send a bomb. Here's the exact opposite. It's usually because I'm eating a cinnabon while I feel like we're all like thinking about our times walking by symbolic out the audience. Just a sense of shame fall us. How did they know that I went to bond today so I just saw Carol uh when it gets angry? It's like an explosion and then she runs but I'm I'm lucky I've never been on the other end of Ramona's reach you. Wait so then Kristen's like I mean what's what's up with her hair because Ramona just getting plugged Roy. What's up with their hair? I mean the same same thing happened at the spa you remember. They got back to the SPA. Where Ramona boom throws drink right and Christian space rose champagne and Christa space? While she's lying there and Kristen thank. You can't throw champagne me. I'm reminded she's throwing my hair because not because I think Ramona owners through the champagne I like fuck. You and splash was hurt wo the one. All over my hair blow dried my law. Every is it you. I'm swimming into the air carols. Like she's really into her blow dries. Have you seen her walking around with that current her hair Ramona. What so Ramona Ramona? And her bang like you told him. We're at the SPA. You were nervous about coming out with her or you were nervous coming out here because you're tad. Maybe your dad was abusive. Sonya's on some weird soap-opera she's like some weird Mexican soap opera today and she's just trying to make ceremony promoters on the same page he just keeps giving her line so then Sonia like. She's told me about her. She suffered abuse and I have seen things things as a child. So could you be more specific like I saw lots of things growing up. I saw my the China China. I once saw bag of popcorn. That was exciting underwear. One time PASOS crawled right past them. I did once see the Morgan Letters. Let us know where that came from. So she's like member. Your Dad Ramona. Remember that's why you're acting because if your dad Ramona's like Oh yeah now. I'm turning into my dad. 'cause like she's reading the Q.. Ron Yeah because some you started this okay. It is right here black Tam because that's the Colorado's from my notes but now I'm turning into my dad's just no they do not save a do not say say your a father. What are we talking about again? And she goes in twenty years. I haven't happen thrown a glass. It's almost I love that but I love the wall while Sonia is like for some reason. balling your are your land downstairs. Just drinking a bottle of wine. Glass of wine Well this get me into trouble. Ah I think this is my room. I'M GONNA go fuck somebody and then Ramona's like after Sonya's l'hotel so that she's not her father. Ramona starts doing very Ramona things. She's not to you but you're right you're right you're right you're right you're right you're right you're right right right right right right right right right no but you knew what she did. She reminded me of my father. So only it's like yeah.

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"ramona" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"ramona" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Is. I know you have to go. We're going to talk about over can wait for another day. Sorry that's a very good officers. We don't put them off. You know you open you yeah good yeah. It's a fair i i actually i thought there would be <hes> yeah a little higher than me too but i don't think he's happy to get paid. I it's interesting. It's initiative. I was the one thing i will say is he. Now becomes one of i don't mean to exaggerate it. I think he becomes one of the half dozen most important players in the n._b._a. And because it becomes like what not stylistically but like the level of flare that siachen was the guy who's like yeah. He's in the conversation for an all star. Spa misses it but he's in the conversation if if he becomes that then when durant dan comes back they have a chance to be a great team if he's stagnates and is just what he is looking pretty good player great weeks. So-so weeks doesn't really do much if if he's if then then then they're sealing his all or i agree it's nice there. He is their most important player in that sense anyway you open the thirty for thirty <hes> ooh with this incredible anecdote that i don't think i've ever heard before and you can describe what it is. My question to view is did. Did you learn about it. When shelly told you about it immediately say to yourself. Oh my god. That's the opener now okay so i had i heard about it. We'll we'll we'll talk okay so the opening of the thirty for thirty starts with <hes> a confrontation between shelly sterling and beast of viana so if you don't remember just google she had the visor in the roller skates and she is his silly rabbit. All you need to know oh my god okay eh but certain things you go through life hoping to never here again i i that was silly. Rabbit actually started trending on twitter the other day somebody tweeted about the strangest thing in sports and then yeah andrew luck sports started saying i wanted to tweet it wouldn't even be in the top five for the sixers so markelle full-size waste ranger that andrew luck marquel faults kills andrew luck constraints so one of my most exciting twitter exchanges in a while was being christie teague and the other day <hes> tweeting about she's a she's a model or who she ah yes mary john legend..

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"ramona" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"ramona" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"This. This could have been his magic like blake. Was that exciting of a player. That big of a star and donald didn't know how to have that the didn't know how to treat people donald old understand stars players. We jerry buss. It and it's really not that complicated right like you. They're just people you have to treat them like a human being and not like property. They're not he's not your prized racehorse like and i think it was like awkward for blake to talk about. It and i think he's talked about it. A couple of times in the past and you know it took a little bit convincing thing <hes> and so i i actually like it's one of those like when you do this this kind of cash like you're. You're basically saying that hey let's talk about this really shitty time in your life and this really icky a key person that you are probably really glad that is not in your life anymore right <hes>. Let's relive all that. It's it's not actually the easiest ask right. It's not like a big upside for anyone to do it and <hes>. I ended up talking with <hes> blake in his brother. His agents and goldfetter has brother taylor and like we talked about really what decision. I remember sam saying to me like ramona. How is this different from other interviews. He's given on this and i'm like just trust me. This is the much bigger it's not a one off. It's not just reliving it like we're gonna put it in the proper. Historical context need someone who wasn't a role player is one of the founders of one of the foundational channel plans. I was glad it was blake. I want i really i really wanna talk to chris paul but his braga freight like <hes>. I probably wouldn't say i did talk to marc. Spears chris paul talked to him and the audio just wasn't good and you know there's literally like a tape quality issue sometimes like people talk and like you just can't use tape and that happens sometimes in these documentaries but it wasn't like even what he said. It still wasn't expansive. It was like pretty clear. He was keeping a lot a lot of stuff for whatever he wants to do later in his career. I can't believe that gerald is presenting the quarterly budget report with finger puppets. Look here comes a one point. Seven percent decrease in fixed overhead. Hello everybody no. I can't believe how easy it was to save hundreds of dollars on car insurance guy go. Oh dope rejected increase in organic you three revenue.

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"ramona" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"ramona" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"She's want goes by and checks on the tenants right. She's the one who is their day to day. More often. Donald does not always like visiting on site like <hes> you know the descriptions that i've got have shelly in the past where like she would always have binders of folders all the tenants and she would check on the tenant's right <hes>. She has explanations since for herself. I should've tried to present them without as much comment right like here's what she says. Here's what here's what is in the deposition. I am not racist. I don't consider myself racist and i listened says actually by the way i was listening to her. Say that you know what i said literally to myself on the plane. I don't believe you and that's the way that i think we had to treat her. Which is simply. Here's what the evidence is. Here's what her history is. Here's your explanation nation and she is. She was a very tricky character because i see things as characters to right. I mean on the one hand. She is complicit absolutely complicit and i think we make the we make this pretty clear that she knew what was going on with donald's personal life in his professional life <hes> and then when we get to the end though she has this she has this moment where she oust the evil racists from the league where she seems like there's this clear break like after sixty years of marriage she not only a separated from donald but she like helps oust him and get him declared mentally incapacitated and sells the team out from under him and she does it under the guise of they were going to disband the team and i knew this was what was best for everybody to just get rid of edits edits. You know to move on. We might still be in court if she doesn't do that. Like donald would've taken that. He took them to court. I don't know that they would have had the same procedural exigency who there's a big word for you to get him out in the timeframe that they would have wanted to get him out. The league voted him out and then he would he would have gone to court. I mean the last time me took him to court. They were six seven years so long that took back then the first time <hes> and you saw how they just kept filing lawsuit after loss after loss donald is it's a former lawyer but anyway so she so we get back to shelley who like just doesn't all the dirty work for them. Was there some self serving us to it absolutely we did. She profit from it absolutely in that moment was she positioned well where she waves the divorce petition. She condemns him as a race that she she said..

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"ramona" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"ramona" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"How did your efforts to get stern. Go because stern comes off as as the guy who a <hes> that let him off the hook is strong but you reveal in in the series which i didn't know who that they came close to boot him in the early to mid eighties when he moved the team los angeles after being told you can't and shouldn't move in and it was also he's trying to take. I mean he's openly advocating for just a one time. I was like okay. I kinda respect that visionary like he's right. He's not wrong. Our team stinks. I mean cuban cuban got five four a year ago when it was a lot of things things like he wasn't paying the players. I mean i've heard all these stories about like incredible audio. You get honestly that. I hadn't heard because we'd all heard the disgusting yeah was sterling at some point early his ownership saying i thought you just could buy i title could just could buy whatever players you wanted and it turns out. The league doesn't really work that way. There's been many players. We've tried to buy but we like what what did you i call up yeah the sixers and be like hey can we by julius irving. That's literally how he felt the league work i mean he was a real estate guy and he just thought of players in terms of the same way he thinks of apartment buildings lake. You could just buy a better apartment building. They were like investments. That's why he was always like mad at baron. Davis davis like oh. I bought a more expensive. I invested in this apartment building and it's not paying off. It also revealed that it revealed correctly when elgin baylor for do correctly titian metallica like i buy them. I it showed immediately early on again. It was no secret how this guy viewed other human beings so here's what the big question was is like what could they and should they have done about donald sterling all those years okay and i think that's where the reckoning that's where if i had david stern in a room i would've pushed him right. You know just said no. Thanks yeah obviously we asked several times right and we even look for a lot of our kyle to see if anybody ever pushed him like after the housing discrimination suits did did anybody push him at a state of the union press conference they do every year at all star the finals no couldn't find it the people you know. I love anything that saves me time hiring not something i've really had to do but i've heard it is very challenging..

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"ramona" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"ramona" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"Did for the clippers i mean she she really feels like she was standing up for women who had been who whose husbands have done similar things to them and it doesn't take psychologist to to look at the situation and say yes you can be angry at the other woman but whereas the anger at your husband has been for doing this in the first place. I think he's still working through that. I think that's why she listened to the tapes. I think she understands it but you know you've made these compromises compromises a long time ago and she has a pretty good explanation for herself. Even if you you know we all may not like it right. It's it's you know and i said said this julia my producer so many times. My mom always said you never know what's inside another person's marriage. I got pretty close in there and i still don't understand it's amazing rate. It's now but it's that's why it's story i. It's it's a remarkable story. It is a remarkable series of podcast sterling affairs. It's available on the e._s._p._n. App wherever you listen to your podcast ramona this was incredible work. I i know i have a sends is a small sense anyway of having worked with it over the last year and a half two years of how much you put into this and how much of your life this consumed and it is just remarkable like i said i listened to all five episodes here in the last few days and i said if you had five more i punch them right in so congrats on this and we didn't have enough time. Honestly i was like we just gotta get we gotta do this. You know i mean just make it five to eight or ten now. It's tremendous ramada. Thanks thanks for jumping in with beer today. We'll we'll talk to you soon all right. They slowed. Thanks for listening to this episode of the woods pod a big. Thank you to our guests today. E._s._p._n.'s ramona shelburne remember you can listen to new and archived episodes so of the welsh pod on the e._s._p._n. App or wherever else you get your podcast. We'll catch you next time <music> <music>.

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"ramona" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"ramona" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"Shows. You mentioned shelly sterling ramona and she talked at length. You hear her voice in. I think i think probably all five episodes. She certainly one of the most prominent voices in this <hes>. There are plenty of people who didn't talk to you and i talked. What about this during the process when you're when you were reporting it and i think and i've had people who who i talked to about you. Doing they said listen i. I'd love to have been a part of it. I like who may who i know helped you off of <hes> talked on background and people you have relationships within league who just i i think don't want their name anywhere near donald sterling and probably just didn't go on with you but shelly sterling did and what do you think of her you owner a long time she stood by and was part of in in complicit with some horrible things from the housing discrimination to any number of things that they built their fortune on it was a slum lord and yet there's still a sense of i think some empathy in there for her that i think some people do have what are you come away way your years of knowing her and then the research the time you spend with her for this. What do you think of her. I think she's a lot smarter than anybody realizes. She comes across us initially as dislike very cute grandmotherly figure. You kind of felt sorry for her. The donald treated her this way and was in everybody's face about stuff enough but she is really smart and really knew what she was doing all along and i think <hes> getting to know her pretty pretty close over the last five years. We've gotten lunch many times and we we talk a lot obviously in the podcast and understanding what she went through and all of it you know i think that shelly didn't get enough credit for building their real estate empire for being the wife who you know not an we all looked at her is like all that poor wife who stood by the guy i think she he was a business partner and they have a marriage but most of the just have history okay and you know there's a friend of hers. There's who's in who's in the storage. Her name is marlene salesman she she she knew them way back when before they were ever rich or famous or anything and she always says you know about shelly l._a. She because she always comes in for the save for like she. She's like we do that with women because they're not the forward facing person right right. They're not the forward facing part of the company or the owner whatever it is and i've actually kind of gotten to know this whole set of women in los angeles through reporting this story shouts of shelley's friends are like larry king's wife spellings wife will getting pucks former wife right like these are..

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"ramona" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"ramona" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"Paolo. Di with players free agents. When you you built a reputation you use that platform with the clippers shoe make yourself appealing somewhere else in the league and he got out of there so i think what was there. Were two things that you you look at the way the clippers would do businesses that anybody anybody really good in. This industry is not going to work like that for too long. They're not gonna work without a contract without stability or well below market value when they can get so much more elsewhere and i remember i covered those years with neil and mike dunleavy and mike mike actually went to court with donald and one because mike was wealthy enough independently league to be able to say no. You know what actually can starve just as long as you can but it's like we can we can we can have the lawyers duke it out for years and like i don't need the paycheck right away away so we can we can be in court and he actually he did it long enough and he was successful and you got a pretty big settlement out of everybody get paid everything and then some <hes> neil had no choice but to leave. He's he was too good and stirling didn't wanna pay him and it got to that. That was kind of the story of that era of like like you said. Free agents used to do that now. The the top front office guys we're we're doing that but the irony of the two thousand fourteen season where the state with the tapes come out and they blow up that donald had finally started getting out of with the way he'd finally started letting his front office doc rivers and andy rozier at that time and started to just minimize donald he you know they they figured out how to manage him and then one of the i'm sure you you cover this at the time. When she took the job he knew exactly what he was getting into. He had language put into his contract to make sure sure that if you ever got fired sterling wouldn't be able to do that and that he had personnel power and one of the first to me. One of the wild stories i've reported on was and it was that era it was at that time he was docs. I was docks. I thought he had left boston and free agency had come and they had done a sign and trade with milwaukee phoenix and the clippers. I and bledsoe goes to the sons and j._j. Radic who people kind of forget he was in milwaukee for a few months after orlando traded him they do a sign and trade. They agree to a five-year deal <hes> or four-year deal excuse me with j._j. Rettig and there's the moratorium period and all of a sudden donald starts to change his mind about signing j._j. Redick and the reason why he didn't pay that much money to a white player and the thinking would go for a racist and avowed racist like donald sterling was while you'd think he just wanted team of white players but his narrow mind thought well really only african american players can play this game. I i don't wanna white player <hes> <hes> because they're not as good in basketball. He had all these racial stereotypes and anybody who's ever worked on that front office. If you wanted to try to draft an international player or sell them on eric piontkowski in the first round that was a tough sell with donald sterling because of his racial views like in you get into this. This was some of the most compelling pelling <hes> material in there and blake griffin talked about it about the players as he would parade through the locker room and physically manhandle the players touch their bodies showed them off to his friends and women who've come role in the locker room with them as though these were show horses or something nothing worse than that that that he just he'd grab their muscles and feel their muscles it was dehumanizing and that's the prism with which donald sterling solve ask ball and so here's this three-way trade with three teams. You've got like you know. These teams have all committed to this his deal j._j. The markets dried up j._j. Redick has a contract an agreement and there was a window of about forty eight..

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"ramona" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"ramona" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"Where in the end they had to settle for thirty cents or forty cents on the dollar off of guaranteed contracts in the n._b._a. They allowed that to go on and and they were complicit in what donald did with contracts and coaches and every once in a while you'd hear in the later years of since i was carrying the league when when this would be going on in the coaches association which sort to get together and say hey how about no-one go for the clippers job like nobody just don't go for the joe of course people are gonna go for the job is one of thirty and it didn't work so the one of the guys i talked to in the podcast who talked to off the air but he wanted to do the podcasts at that and i don't blame him was bill fitch okay. The bill. Fitch was a legendary coach. You know in in the college ranks one of those coaches who donald fired and didn't pay and just had to settle and the guy it. There's a there's a famous quote from phil jackson about donald sterling where he said i'm one of those guys from the sixties believes in karma and he was talking about the clipper curse and that to fill is referencing because he played for bill fitch at north dakota he was real close with him and people in the coaching profession knew this about sterling the and resented him for it right like coaches tried to stick a further coaches <hes> and there was the sense that like if you treat people this badly it's just gonna to continue to be a problem right and one of my early experiences. That reporter was covering what happened with mike dunleavy. Remember that one he dunleavy dunleavy gets ousted <hes> but dunleavy kinda was was wise to this and he was one of the guys who really tried to turn around the clippers. I think he they gave him a lot of power and he he helped really change the franchise and the neil replaces him and then neil actually got a meeting with lebron james back in two thousand ten incredible for the clippers they actually put a press release police out about getting a meeting with lebron because it was to be able to be at the table with them was credibility that that was an era of blake was there and then they aerial all-share made the chris paul trade and he drafted eric bledsoe and <hes> you know he in vinny del negro's coach went to the play offseason. Neil left again. I think donald was paying number game right. He was paying them to be two hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year which even some seven years ago is still way below market value paul allen offered it'd probably quadrupled in portland and and he left in he he you know if it was like paolo..

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"ramona" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"ramona" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"Beautiful. Women want to be around me but the other name. It makes perfect sense. <hes> in lots subways was donald trump. Yeah i mean there's literally story that donald sterling was very proud of that calls him the west coast trump. I mean that is who aspired to be and i think from a character standpoint it was fascinating the more i learned right so so donald sterling jerry buster both self made men right they both come from poverty jerry buses from wyoming and he works. There's all these stories of him working on the railroad and teaching himself chemistry and they coming out up to u._s._c. and building a career <hes> i i was like as a chemist and then in real estate. Donald sterling actually has a very similar backstory. He is a poor jewish. Wish kid growing up in boyle heights which is east l._a. And puts he's really smart. Put himself through law. School becomes a titan in l._a. Real estate they they start kind of going in the same circles jerry boston donald sterling and they are they get to this place where you have a lot of money and it's about what are you going to do with it right so donald sterling one point had before anybody knew him he had changed his last name from toko wits which is the very obvious jewish name to donald sterling and started to talk to people around town about wanting to run for political office and put all that in the podcast but we had a number where people told me that he was he considered that at one point in his career and was going to the forum club and seeing kind and what jerry buss hadn't. I don't know if people know that whole story of donald actually loaning jerry buss the last three billion dollars he needed to buy the lakers from jack kent cooke <hes> but those first a couple of years in the in the eighties. I mean the lakers were everything it was like showtime. They were winning the forum club studio fifty four on the west coast and for a guy like sterling who clearly wanted not just to be rich but to be famous to be a celebrity which is what a lot of people in l._a. Want let's be real okay. People come down for a lot of reasons but most of them involve fame and fortune sterling was just drawn by that and decides all by a team and jerry jerry. Buss is the one who vouches for him with the league <hes>. There's a lot of really good back stories that we didn't get to go. We didn't get to cover because if you wanted those other five episodes this is what that would be about but <hes> you know those funds stories how actually he buys the team from a guy named irv levin who had done a strange swap with the celtics where like he sterling actually isn't a position where because he takes on irv levin's debts he doesn't feel like paying any of those dads and there's all these old boston celtics players who he doesn't pay like he owes owes money and pensions john havlicek and habits like us to get paid by levin but when donald sterling takes on the team he just stops paying him that was that was always the case clipper coaches. You'd get fired. Assistant coaches would get fired. Head coaches would get fired and donald was always willing rolling to a and you get into this <hes>. I'll i'll weary out in court like like you and you have these coaches who are living paycheck to paycheck checking assistants who were making you know at different times forty or fifty or sixty thousand a year where.

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"ramona" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"ramona" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"I would absolutely dive into them on my drive home from bristol. I'd listen to another five episodes of it. <hes> ah the podcast is remarkable. You've been working on it in some ways. You've been working on this for years but tell me this ramona <hes> the idea to tell the story the way you have in a podcast format to make it five parts which and even in the beginning beginning. I wondered what i feel like. I know this story pretty well. I covered it. No uncovered a quite like you did but but i covered it and and was around for all of it. I don't know if this would. I don't know if there's parts in this for me that are going to keep me riveted and it was riveting. It was was absolutely riveting so i think i was always drawn to the soap opera right the the donald and shelly marriage and the very strange love triangle goalby with visa fianna right people remember visa viana with the with the visor and stuff on roller skates and and i knew behind the scenes how that played into everything like how we even got here and that's always what hooked me into the story and and then as i'm reporting on this. I realize wait the n._b._a. Tried to kick him out thirty years ago and it didn't take eight like they voted him out but he kinda got out of it because the league still come needed him and they just sent alan rothenberg and to babysit and to make everything look good and he just kind of moved the team to los angeles despite the league opposing it and they find him a little bit and you just did it anyway. I mean the league has been trying to get rid of donald sterling for thirty years. So why did it take this and you look at the history of it and you get into this. You know in the more the more i dug into this there. There was one thing that jumped out at me and i think it was really important that i don't know if he would've you can get unless you live in los angeles and you have seen both teams teams up close for most of your my life which i have. I grew up with all teams. <hes> but magic johnson seemed to be a very very strange and personal trigger for donald sterling magic. Johnson is the person in the instagram post that visa viana house us where donald freaks out donald as i don't bring i don't care who you socio with but don't put them in your instagram posts and it's it's the picture sure with magic that sets him off right and then later on when he does his interview with anderson cooper he's doing okay. I wouldn't say he's doing good off the ed gic right and then he goes off the rails on magic and i'm like what is it about magic. That's such a trigger for him that that seems really personal and and i started asking around in l. a. and i go oh. It's because donald and jerry buss are very much the same profile right there like virtually the same age and jerry buss has this very real relationship with magic johnson as a son to him right <hes> he has real success whereas donald has been pretty much searching his entire adult life for real respect invalidation and not the kind so you just buy and force people into go into your silly parties and hiring fake paparazzi for well one of the things you explored in this ramona that i was very well aware of. I think the two people maybe the two most prominent people in donald sterling's adult life that he wanted to be now jerry buss. I knew that right he wanted he would go the laker in and you have the stories of him going to the forum aurum club and seeing the parties in the women and seeing the women attracted to dr bus and thinking in his mind. Hey if i have have a team in l._a. That's a way for me to have beautiful..

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

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:39 min | 1 year ago

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

"Radio ramona shelburne is going to be on with us in fifteen minutes and while i do wanna get to the thought of everybody on hard knocks 'cause i know chris is very excited about it and stu gods very excited about it and billy thinks the raiders are going to be good sneaky sneaky good this year sleeper team watch out that that's what hard knocks will do for you man antonio and not antonio brown but 'antonio here on our show saw antonio brown and what was the godfather thing that i heard you talking about before the it's it's actually pretty funny story and it's the funniest it's gonna come out of everything. That's going on and apparently last this year over the pro bowl. He had a professional chef. Come over celebrity chef guy called himself a celebrity chefs not a celebrity chef <hes> he comes over starts cooking for him and what he does uh what he did was he he bought a salmon made some fillets and stuff and was keeping the salmon head for stock that he was gonna make for a soup later on that day. Antonio brown took as the horse head at the producers house in the godfather and basically took it as a threat kicked him out kept all of his stuff and basically said i'm not paying you so now suing for thirty eight grand and said hey i myself i mean so antonio brown has just gone full-fledged crazy right and the tipping the point was the spray paint in mustang and in the middle of hard knocks. He's talking to his teammate about how he has this helmet on. It's the helmet that he can't that. He doesn't wanna wear he was at practice wearing the helmet doesn't wanna wear and he's just like talking about how it looks. This doesn't look right. It's basically like do so you're saying this is all about hysterics and you notice the bond. That's happening between incognito antonio brown right. It's only incognito saw early and he has befriended antonio brown. It is delightful yesterday tony brown. Dan had a moment on hard knocks where he's surrounded rounded by people. They're just giving him numbers to tell them how great he is at things like you have run the fastest the shortest amount of time all these things right so then he looks at the guy and he goes men lie women lie analytics don't lie and he made himself a god of the analytics community yesterday. Dan god they didn't know that they wanted or needed but he's the face of analytics now yes or no chris. Gruden knows how to sing happy birthday yes or no i hate. I know he knows the lyrics exc cadence. He has no idea what he's doing at. Did you answer yes or no. He does not know how to sing. I have yet into here the word yes or no. Maybe <hes> so ramona shelburne is going to be on with us in ten minutes and to reset set this up if we can. Let's just go back to this sound from c._n._n. This again donald sterling rat team taken away because he was buffoon and <hes> and racist and he decided had to defend himself with anderson cooper on c._n._n. By going after magic johnson because he did not want his mistress putting that in quotes because there were sixty years of age difference prince there so i don't i don't know what was happening with the right hand arm man <hes> but here is donald sterling on the recovery tour trying to keep his team by doing doing good pub. What has he done. Can you tell me big magic johnson. What does he done well businessperson. He got age and and then beyond because we're the gets of the time like barbara. Walters needed to get a get and so the get was this woman a welding mask who was hanging around donald sterling. It just wasn't very good at interviews. Tell me what your relationship with donald. Sterling is how mr sterling's right hand arm man..

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"ramona" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"ramona" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"It was like she found the smoking gun. She knew she was going to win. The lawsuit now and shelly's lawyer pierce o'donnell who is just really fun character in the story <hes> delighted in telling how they set via to kind of like she you know she didn't she didn't do any of this and then they kind of dimmed lights in the they played those tapes an an open chord just totally caught her red handed right like it's just they just won the won the case right then then it was a very kind of theatrical moment mint where we gotcha you know and everyone in court heard it and it was like shelley takes as much delight in winning that case against has anything she did for the clippers i mean she she really feels like she was standing up for women who had been who whose husbands have done similar things to them and it doesn't take psychologist to to look at the situation and say yes you can be angry at the other woman but whereas the anger at your husband has been for doing this in the first place. I think he's still working through that. I think that's why she listened to the tapes. I think she understands it but you know you've made these compromises compromises a long time ago and she has a pretty good explanation for herself. Even if you you know we all may not like it right. It's it's you know and i said said this julia my producer so many times. My mom always said you never know what's inside another person's marriage. I got pretty close in there and i still don't understand it's amazing rate. It's now but it's that's why it's story i. It's it's a remarkable story. It is a remarkable series of podcast sterling affairs. It's available on the e._s._p._n. App wherever you listen to your podcast ramona this was incredible work. I i know i have a sends is a small sense anyway of having worked with it over the last year and a half two years of how much you put into this and how much of your life this consumed and it is just remarkable like i said i listened to all five episodes here in the last few days and i guess that if you had five more i punch them right in so congrats on this and we didn't have enough time honestly i was like we just gotta get we gotta do this. You know i mean just make it five to eight or ten now. It's tremendous ramada. Thanks thanks for jumping in with beer today. We'll we'll talk to you soon all right. They slowed. Thanks for listening to this episode of the woods pod a big. Thank you to our guests today. E._s._p._n.'s ramona shelburne remember you can listen to new and archived episodes so of the welsh pod on the e._s._p._n. App or wherever else you get your podcast. We'll catch you next time <music> <music>.

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"ramona" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"ramona" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Not especially right before the show. Thank you. Love. Julia. Lover so much. Sonja Morgan does that make Laurie Ramona? No, no. Kinda kinda Ramona. Yes. Lorries a little Ramona ash, see, I think Lori is kind of a little bit. Okay. Well, Shannon is wrote to us that Julia is actually Ramona and Shannon makes a point and Laurie is Sonia. Well, no, no, I'm with be Lori is a little Bethany. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Thank you. Shannon. Mccormick on Twitter. You're right. Forget sonia. Julia is one hundred percent Ramona because Ramona whenever they go on those trips BEA Arthur Ramona, always makes the hotel employees unpack her luggage for her. Yes. Can't you see? Julia doing that same. He does it so nicely. She goes Honey, Honey, Honey, Honey, can you do me a favor? Pat, my underwear, please. That's right and Julia is our Ramona that is the best. Yes, she. She is Ramona. Oh, okay. We're bored with all right. Project under dirty sold out. Give us. Bye. Bye. Dark Lord of the beer. Lacks dawn, she's Ramona. Yeah. She's absolutely Ramona. Yeah. Okay. Loving turtle time. Yeah. Sometimes you, you know, you wanna put a pillar overhead. For your lover,.

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"ramona" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"ramona" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Ramona wrong no so more mario lopez keep the music coming.

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