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"They've got everything they need. It's going to be hard for them to make an upgrade at the deadline because they just don't have much, but I agree with you on Maxine. He's got his three point stroke back lately. He's looking a lot better. And this game, this game Saturday is must see TV on. I mean, this is like, this is like WWE Royal Rumble maybe. It's not quite, it's not quite. He's already doing the crotch chop and KD didn't like the crotch type, right? What did Katie kitty? Was Katie? I don't think I don't ever know if Katie on social media is serious, calling that a trash celebration. 'cause I don't think he's like the morality police. Did DX crotch? He just likes to he's like what Joelle used to be. Like you used to just comment on everything and then Joel's taking a step back because he realized it's a distraction. But like Joel jumped back in there too, didn't he answer Katie on Twitter afterwards too? He did. I will say by crotch chop number 5. It's enough with enough of the chopping of your crotch. The last island I'm on and then we have to stop. But this is totally unreal to anything we talked about. I just want to say it and get it on record. Every time I talk to a league executive about John Collins, I feel like an insane person because they're all like, well, John Collins is overpaid. His contract runs so long. I think whoever gets John. I think whoever gets John Collins in a trade is going to be very happy with the player that they get. And Utah has already been reported as involved. I think that is still alive. There are other teams that I'm less of a feel for, I would keep an eye on Phoenix and I think a big story this week that backstage broke is that the new owner is going to have control of the team before the trade deadline. I know Phoenix has kicked the tires on John Collins before. One of my favorite fake trades I ever made before this season was Crowder, salary filler, and two first round picks. To Atlanta for Collins coming back to Phoenix. I don't know if Atlanta gets to first round picks for John Collins anymore unless they're bogus, you know, highly protected first round picks. I'm just saying the sun's now they lost to the Mavs last night and we should probably mention that Luca turned his ankle. We'll see how that goes. Hopefully nothing. I've literally just tweeted for you. What do you say? He says, after hurting his angle and the victory of the sun's on Thursday, Dante's expected to be day to day with subscribed as a mild sprain. Look at that, rejoice. Rejoice. The sons are 25 and 25. I'm just saying this. Booker will be back soon Paul's back already cam Johnson is back now, campaign will be back at some point. Deandre ayton's back a lot of guys coming back. If you got me a top 6 of Chris Paul Devin Booker Mikhail bridges cam Johnson Deandre ayton and John Collins, I don't care where John Collins fits in if he starting because he's coming off the bench. If he's some four next to 8 and he's the backup 5 after 8 and that's an exciting team. That's all I'm saying. Keep an eye on John Collins. People need to go back and watch the playoff run that the hawks made that has been now dismissed and laughed at as the worst thing that's ever happened to their team, a fluke. Whatever you want to think of it, that's fine. John Collins in that playoff run decided, hey, I don't get to do the stuff that I really want to do on this team. Yeah. They got treas ball all the time. Clint gets to be the rim runner guy. I got to fit in. I'm not going to score 25. I'm not going to be able to face up and drive. I'm not going to get to B John Collins. You know what I'm going to do though, these games really matter. I'm going to play the best defense in my career. I'm going to be the best rebounder I've ever been. And I'm going to scrounge my way into 16, 17, 18, points, because I'm that good in a limited role. And he really impressed me in those playoffs, and since then, it's just kind of been, you just get the feeling that the situation is now played out. I think whoever gets him is going to be is going to be happy. That's the end of my John Collins steak. Ramona shelburne insider extraordinarily didn't even talk about the clippers or the raptors. I gave myself a one episode raptors prohibition rule. I thought you were going to ask me about Fred van vliet going to the Lakers. I mean, I thought that was Lakers. Or clippers. Either, right? But really the Lakers have the cap space, so. Well, a front office person. I thought for sure you were saying that. Oh, you meant in free agency. Yeah. A front office person told me yesterday. If the clippers need to trade Terrence man to get Fred van vliet they should do it. And I thought, wow, that's interesting because they don't want to trade Terrence man. They love Terrence, man. He's young, they need him. He brings them some juicy. They're starting point guard. Yeah. They certainly are going to be hesitant to trade him and a pick.
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"You mentioned 6 sixers nuggets this Saturday. Yoke HMB. You know embiid cares about this game a lot. A lot. A lot. I want you to just take me inside the sixers a little bit. Because I don't feel like and I've said this to our people on TV. I don't feel like we're talking about them enough. They are one game in the lost column behind Boston. Now, they've got a lot of games in hand, so they're like four in the win column behind. But they're knocking on the door of first in the east. I am on, I can't believe this is now fallen to me, among others. I am on the James Harden is having a wildly underrated season and should be all star lock parade float. I don't know how I got there. I just sort of woke up and like, wow, I'm the James Harden team. Okay. And not only that, I keep saying this and I feel similarly about Milwaukee with Chris Middleton, how no one is talking about how Chris Middleton is contract is up potentially after this year. It's kind of a big deal. It is a big deal. I just think the stakes, maybe the clippers are the only team that has higher stakes to what happens the rest of the season. Then Philadelphia because as I've said many times, we are 8 months removed from hardened whimpering out of another elimination game, the sixers whimpering out of another second round playoff series that they arguably could have should have won now embiid missed the first couple of games. It's a whole different series of people. Yeah. In all the talk then was what a disaster. What a disaster. This is, they traded Simmons after a year off and they got hardened and this is all they got in a hardened centering free agency potentially or is eligible for a new deal, whatever it is, how are they going to upgrade this team? And then they quiet all that noise with a summer and off season that we all agree is a home run, Tucker, house, hardened back on a Melton, Melton, great trade. Memphis could use Melton. Hashtag cap circumvention on the hard and the hardened Tucker house stuff. And that quiets it, but it is still there. Hardin can be a free agent after this season. Woj reported the Houston his hardened potential interest in a reunion with Houston. I think you and I have both heard the key figures on the rockets may be, there may not be total universal agreement about whether that's a good idea. They do owe the thunder their top four protected picnic season, which is one reason it would be nice for Houston to not be crappy. And why James Harden might be a fit there, but just like embiid scene a lot. He's seen a lot. Simmons is gone. And Simmons Hardin has been up and down in Philly. Houston Hardin is gone forever. That kind of bruising powerful get to the rim at will finish or that guy's not gonna be there. But Simmons is a car crash right now in Brooklyn. You can't look away. And so it's hard to argue that the sixers shouldn't have made that trade. Now were their alternatives like whoever you can make it up. But that's done, what's done is done. Just take me inside a little bit, the mindset there and the stakes and the pressure. I think there is a sense that they have to there can not be a second round playoff exit again. They got to break through that second round of the playoffs. Do they have to win the east? That will be an ownership question. Is it enough for them to get out of the second round? I kind of think they need to get out of the second round and do something beyond that. And it also comes up because James Harden has a player option for next year. So he could be a free agent as well. And that means that you can renegotiate with him as well. It's not just pick up the option. You can do another deal with him, and then we get back to right where we were last year, which is, are you doing the max for him? And last year, there was a sense when the trade was completed with Brooklyn. It was almost seen as a fade accompli that he was going to get a max extension. And he sort of played his way out of it. Sure did. Okay, so think about how much money James Harden has left on the table. There was that giant extension in Houston before he was traded the first time. I think it was like, what, two years, a $100 million or whatever that number was. Then there was, he was offered. I have confirmed this. He was offered a max extension in Brooklyn. That summer. Katie Hardin and Kyrie. They were supposed to all sign together. That should have been the first tip off that things were not going to go well when Hardin wasn't ready to commit. Katie did it, and he didn't wait for the other two guys. He just signed the extension. Hardin was not ready to commit and then Kyrie was not ready to commit. And then there was the whole thing with the vaccine. And so that is so much money that he has not that he's not accepted that it was offered, which may never be there for him again. You have to think about it in those terms. I talked to him, it was the longest conversation James and I had ever had. And when he was out in LA a couple of weeks ago, probably the ten 15 minutes in the hallway where we really talked. He looks great right now, Zack. This is the one thing that I will say about him. He seems like he's in the best shape he's been in in like two, three years, where whatever soft tissue injuries he's had, all the, I think the hamstrings and all the domino effect. He really seems better from all that. I agree with you. He's never going to be the same Houston harden. But I would say about a month or two ago this team very firmly decided that they are going to play through Joel embiid. And James Harden seems to have gotten on board with that. And in our for this team with this guy at center, the current James Harden 22 and 11 James Harden, shooting 39% from three, that's fine. That's all I need. All I need in this, I know this is gonna sound big Ramona. All I need is for that guy? 22 and
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"The warriors picked him number two overall. Over, we all know who was also on the board. Right. And how those players would have fit. And teams are always reluctant to punt on picks that high. That defining, that beloved by the ownership group. That that sexy when they're catching lob dunks and here's the vertical spacing, we don't have, and I do think fans have been too hard on wiseman considering how little he's played. There's an interesting player in there somewhere. But this is, this is year three, and he does not play ever, ever. Yeah. And he's not going to play in meaningful games. There's no path. It's over for this season. Next season's his fourth year. I do think it's time for them to not be so precious anymore about, well, we couldn't trade James wiseman for that 6th or 7th guy. We couldn't trade James wiseman for Alex Caruso really Alex Caruso. He takes two shots every 26 minutes. Yeah. I get all that. What they have now is really precious with Steph. And it just doesn't feel like this is happening for James wiseman. It all happens somewhere someday. And if you want to wait on it happening in Golden State, that's fine. That's your prerogative. If it's me and I get a good deal now, I have to get a good deal. I've already said, to me, Jakob pearl is like, well, I have loony and I have draymond playing center, all these minutes. Like, why am I giving up a lot for jacopo? You're really gonna play that much. I just went through all the guards they have. To me, it would have to be a Kuzma type player. Another big wing that can come in, like they're starting this pool party lineup. Now that's too small. They all know that's the small. They don't want to start that lineup. They started commingle last game when I think Wiggins was out. They want to be a little bigger. That's the kind of player I'm looking for obviously Kuzma now the wizards either are hell bent on keeping them or a good demand at king's ransom after the hachimura deal puts out the appearance that they're hell bent on keeping them. I'm at the point with the wiseman thing where I get I get the preciousness in the affection you feel for him. I just don't care anymore. I need to be a little more pragmatic than that. Yeah. So they're a team that I think the next, what is it two weeks now until the deadline? I think that matters. It matters. These next two weeks matter for them. Quick hitters.
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"Everybody knows every good high school player that's 14 and up. They all have Instagram accounts. Right. They're all going to have NIL. They're all going to be famous immediately. Kareem was already famous as Lou alcindor, power memorial high school star in New York City. He's the greatest high school player ever. He's the greatest college player ever, and he is for another few weeks the all time leading scorer in the NBA. He was a celebrity in New York City in like the 50s or whenever he was in high school. Yeah. You know, that's another just Kareem. Yeah, and pat played against us. So that's two years older, so even so he's playing against a much younger player, right? In high school, but isn't it amazing that this guy that I played in high school who I think Kareem was probably 6, 8, 6, 9 in high school, but he was still really big. Powerful, really good player. Goes on to become the greatest player of all time. He said it multiple times, right? Greatest player of all time. He means he goes, Michael's up there too. And when he did, there's a line where he allows that Michael's up there too. But for riles, the amount of games in the longevity that Kareem had being as good as he is and remember, you know, green plate in college too. They didn't have the age limit rules. So that's why his age. And by the way, I meant 60s, not 50s. I'm aware of when Kareem was in high school. He could have had two more years in the NBA if they didn't have the age limit rule back then. He couldn't play as a freshman. Right. You're not allowed to. There are stories about how the freshman team with sindor would beat the hell out of the actual UCLA team and he couldn't play for the varsity. So I feel like I was glad pat spoke on behalf of Kareem. And I have a feeling, you know, there won't be that many Kareem stories, which is why I wanted to run it early and set the idea early of, hey, this is Kareem's record. And I know that people know Kareem from that show that we've been watching and he's the tall guy with the goggles and the sky hook. But he was a lot more than the tall guy with the skyhook. You know, like he was, he was an incredible player for, you know, until age 41 and some of his best seasons were later in his career. And that was the other subject of our interview, which he talks really eloquently on, which is that when you play this late, it's not just that you can't think of something else to do with your life, okay? Kareem had plenty to do with his life. LeBron has plenty to do with his life when he gets done playing basketball. He said, he's already has a thriving business outside of it. But you have to want to still play. You have to have a reason to still play. And to get up at 5 in the morning like LeBron does and post those Instagram videos of him working out to do what Kareem did. He was always year to year. Like there was always this sense of, oh, this could be the last year. But they were contenders every year. And he wasn't going to walk away. And Riley had this great quote saying, you know, Kareem was 32 in magic first got there. And I went back and I checked the stats and I was reading some stories from right before then. Kareem had kind of fallen off right before. There's a great quote from Doug Moe in a Sports Illustrated story I found. He was like, yeah, 6, 7 years ago, he wasn't really all that good anymore. He looked like he was falling off. And then magic came and he just got reinvigorated because, you know, they got, they got magic and mcadoo and Byron Scott and Cooper and worthy and they and he just felt like, wow, I have a chance to win every year. And I think that that's part of Kareem's legacy as well is that he not only kept playing that long. He wanted to play that long. He was still really freaking good for a long time, and in an era when nobody played that language. When he was in his 17th year in 1980 5, that was the most seasons anyone had ever played up until that point. Now we have plenty of 20 year guys. So you anticipated where I'm going with this. But first, should I get an Instagram? I do have an Instagram account. I never post there. I don't even know the password. Should I? Start posting videos of myself waking up at 6 in the morning and watching clippers spurs from last night before the hashtag just log on. Onto a computer. I love that. Do it. Yeah. So inadvertently in that pi Riley interview, I think one of the themes was one of the reasons Kareem played as long as it was because there were stakes. He could win. He had a chance to win. And I read that and I thought he's probably not doing it on purpose, but that's just sort of throwing more pressure at the desk of rob pelinka, who made one trade last week trading three second rounders in Kendrick nunn.
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"Led the league he led the Lakers in scoring. It was like 22 points a game. It's not a big number, but in ten out of ten years there, that he led the Lakers in scoring. And so I felt like that was something that I in my looking back on it did not realize growing up. And I kind of wanted to talk to pat about it 'cause I think I had some sense that he was into yoga, like that was something that got covered. Kareem, yeah. But I didn't realize how well he took care of his body at a time that nobody had that consciousness of how you take care of your body. Like, pat, I liked what talked about, you know, he'd go into a game and Kareem would just be sitting at his locker reading before every game. It was just very calm. He would often find him meditating. He's like, the rest of the team would be doing stretching circles and they're mostly just like goofing off for 15 minutes and cream was like twisting himself into a pretzel. Like he was, he was really ahead of his time in terms of taking care of his body. And he played all the way to his 41. And he's still pretty, pretty good at the end there. Even the series gets the pistons. Like, I love Riley just out of the blue with his two of the biggest free throws at Lake or history in that series against the pistons, right? By the way, do not ask anybody from Detroit about those because they will all tell you. And I think the video kind of agrees with the pistons. That was a bogus foul that got Kareem to sign and swung the whole finals for the Lakers, but hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, that's what it is history now. But the way I got Riley to talk to me, Dax would go back to your original question was that I had this sense one I was curious. That's always the best thing as a writer. When you're curious about revisiting a time in history. And two, I had this sense because I had been hearing about this showtime Lakers reunion that they all did in Hawaii for a couple of years. It was supposed to be done before the pandemic and then they had to cancel it because COVID and then they ended up doing it this September, but they basically redid the showtime Lake. They did a showtime Lakers reunion in Hawaii like a training camp. And now we've all been watching showtime, the show on HBO. But this was like the real showtime Lakers having their reunion. And so I just had been wanting to ask pat about all this for a while. And I know some of the impetus for that reunion was that these guys are getting older, Korean was turning 75 this year. They all had a birthday party for them in a game at crypto dot com this year or a bunch of the guys showed up. And I just felt like pat would want to talk about Kareem. You know, and maybe I would maybe I could ask him about LeBron at the same time. But he felt like the right person to talk to because how many people are close to both Kareem and LeBron. There's not many. I mean, I guess you could say magic also because he was an executive, but not many. And that's why it's a big deal. When in this piece, Pat Riley tells you Kareem is always going to be the guy. Because Pat Riley runs to Miami Heat. And signed LeBron as a free agent in the greatest free agent coup and league history other than maybe the Shaq Kobe double summer in LA that Jerry West pulled off, which was have free agency half trade, obviously. One two championships with LeBron, witnessed LeBron, no pun intended, transform and diversify as both a scorer and a playmaker and a defender into, I think, the greatest years of his career were in the peak of his powers was I think in Miami, even more so than when he wanted to. 100% in Cleveland. And it did not go unnoticed around the NBA around Miami around Los Angeles around LeBron that Pat Riley declared to you that Kareem is always good to be the guy. Now I perceive that as had being very protective of Kareem and his legacy. And also wanting to point out, and there's a quote in there, this is such a great Riley quote. Do you like the part where he goes? To me, the biggest numbers were always 9 O 6. 1128. Randy smith's all time record for consecutive games played and then AC green AC green ever missed a game. The first game we missed was when he retired. Just say that again. AC green never missed the game until they retired. The first game he missed was them, gave me retired. So amazing. In media right now is that load management is bad and teams are overdoing it in the league has a problem. Because it's a populist stance, right? It's for the fans, the fans are losing out Richard Jefferson told an incredible story on NBA today yesterday. Did you see that? Yeah. Yeah, about being a kid and going to a game by himself because his parents could not afford all the tickets for all the family and he wanted to see David Robinson specifically was his favorite player play in how heartbroken he would have been. Had David Robinson sat out that game do what was then not known as load management, managing the loads. And it's an easy argument to make. It's low hanging fruit. And all that. But it's true. And I think the only Bill Simmons had a rant on it this week on his podcast too. Because jokic miss that game in Milwaukee. Now jokic plays all the time. I don't really know what went into that. But it's true. And I think the only the only solution. The only realistic solution is the season has to be shorter. Because this is not going away, everyone is gonna rest all the time. And Steve Kirk talked about 72 games. I just think either the season has to be shorter or the penalties and the penalties have to be stiffer and the rules have to be clear about what you can and can not do. I just don't think there's any other solution. This is just what it is. But I felt like a lot of what, I mean, there was a bit more to that rant that I'm not recounting to you right now in the pod, but it's some of it's in the story and some of it's some of it. Pat Riley, when he talks, you don't interrupt him, right? You let him go. Oh, my God. Don't interrupt. My limited experience talking to him, or listening to him, is that you do not know what direction he is going to go. I mean, you could be talking about Kareem and then you could be talking about Schenectady where he's from in two seconds. We got on the Schenectady. I got to say that right. Really pause and make sure you pronounce that right. You'll end up with something wrong. But pat enjoyed telling me about he played Kareem in high school. The cat Riley is two years older than Kareem. By the way, that's another thing that's cool about Kareem. In an era where now
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"In New York, Tennessee redline one 808 8 9 9 7 8 9 in Tennessee. Bigger picture Western Conference is a little teaser for later. Okay. The pelicans are three and 11 in their last 14 games. For a while, the conference was bifurcated between the top four and everybody else. Now it's the top two the kings kind of in a tier by themselves at three in New Orleans is very quietly with nobody watching because Ingram and Zion have been hurt Ingram just came back to our last game have fallen to 26 and 23. Three games over 500, their ties of the clippers for fourth 5th, like four is now in play for almost everybody in the Western Conference and not only that, the pelicans own draft pick now has a little bit more potential trade value than it looked like it was going to have a month ago when they were like a no brainer top 14. That's for later. Talk about Pat Riley and how you got to Pat Riley LeBron James is LeBron James right now as of this recording is 157 points away. From tying Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for the most hallowed individual record in the NBA, we've all been doing LeBron stuffed LeBron thinking LeBron watching LeBron all of that. I did not expect a Pat Riley just bomb to drop in the middle of my life a couple of days ago. Mostly focused on Kareem of what Kareem meant to him personally, what Kareem has meant to the game as both a player, the champion, a statesman, all of that. How did you how did you arrive at this with pat and what did he say maybe that you didn't expect in that piece? And people should all go to ESPN and read it. Because like I said, Pat Riley is Pat Riley's seen everything. He's seen everything. He's been around every one. He's done everything in every role in the NBA for a gazillion years when he talks it matters. He and I had been talking about doing something for a while. And I kind of was in the place where as we approached the record. And we talked about this at our summit at the beginning of year member Zach. I do remember the summit, yes. I felt like we really needed to write about Kareem a bit more. We really needed to focus on Kareem as we approach this record because like, you know, the classic sports talk radio discussion is, oh, who's the best player of all time? And it's okay. Do you have LeBron? Do you have Michael? You know, this generation will say, well, what about Kobe and the older generations when you have that conversation that Kobe is usually further back like 50 or 6 or something. But I feel like we've almost forgotten to mention Kareem all the time. Kareem gets lost out of those greatest of all time discussions a lot. And I think it's because of his personality, I think he played alongside magic who's megawatt smile personality charm, everything like you could just forget anyone else's in the room anytime magic's there. Remember their first game together. Was it Kareem to hit a buzzer beater in their first game together and magical is like running around going crazy? Yeah, cream and cream was like, yo, dude, it's a long, it's a long season, man. The joy of the smile are cool. Relax. Chill out. And so I felt like this is a moment and it's an interesting parallel and discussion with Kareem and LeBron because they do have a lot of parallels in their careers and in their way that you think about them. And this is really a record of longevity. And so as a kid growing up in LA, like I grew up on the showtime Lakers. So I have my real time childhood memories of Kareem, okay? So I was born in 79, and I started watching basketball probably, let's say, around 84, 85, like right when, right when the Lakers Celtics thing is getting going. What a great time to come of age. Right? Kendall was about to come out. Atari was sweeping the nation. Little elector called Harrison Ford was on top of the world. Yep. And so like the early 80s, that's like my era that those are my formative sports watching years. And I remember Kareem and magic and worthy Byron Scott and all these guys. But I don't think I realized how old Kareem was at the time. I don't think I had any idea that this was, like, I wasn't reading the newspaper at that point. It was 5. So looking back as I have gotten older and looking back on that era, what I wanted to talk to Pat Riley about was how good Kareem was back in 84, 85 when I'm like little Momo watching TV. He was like 38 already. He's 30 8 in 1985. And every year there is this talk of, is he going to retire? There's three more titles coming. Yes. That's amazing. When you think about how good he was at that age and how his best years right in there were like right now every night we are aghast and marveling at how good LeBron is at 38 on a fairly bad team right now. They're what 12 in the west. You know, they show glimpses and glimmers. But Kareem is, he was the Finals MVP in 85.
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"ramona" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"And now, the low post. Welcome to. The low post podcast on a Friday morning, 13 days from the NBA trade deadline. It's rivalry week. Had no idea rivalry week was a thing, Ramona shelburne, how are you? You know, I learned about rivalry week. A couple years ago when they were hyping the NBA schedule and I was excited about it. I think this is new development. Can we have load management abatement week? Yeah, that's a good idea. I think there's also some classic rivalries that make sense like Lakers Celtics. That's a good one. But then who do you match up Atlanta with? Atlanta, New York. New York, Denver, Denver. We can think of some good ones for a Denver clippers is becoming where I have except you know what has to happen for that to be a rivalry. In the playoffs. The clippers have to win a game of from Denver. At some point. Oh, yeah. Ramona shelburne, we're going to hit a lot of topics today. You had a sit down with Pat Riley, and let me tell people before we get to that. Sit downs with Pat Riley don't happen. Sit downs with Pat Riley are really, really hard to get. I had to get one for a bam adebayo profile a few years ago. And that was a lot to get that. He doesn't like to do meat. So we're going to get to that. First, let's react to all star starter announcements and we were both voters. So let's start Western Conference. The announced starters, the winners, the all star starters guard Steph curry guard, Luka Dončić, front court, LeBron James, Zion Williamson, Nikola Jokić. Ramona shelburne, what was your ballot? I do not think I had Zion on my ballot and that was not a knock on him. It was just everything. Everything's a knock. Everything's hate. I know. It's all there is is hate. It's all hate. He just was, he's hurt. So I did factor that in when I was voting. And I'm trying to remember exactly where I had everybody. I think I had jaw in my ballot. Overstep or Luca. Over Zion. You got to have two votes. You got to have two guards. Yeah. So I think I had Stefan ja. Isn't that right? So no Luca? I had Luke in the front court. Can't have Luke in the front court. Lucas ago. Then I definitely had all those guys. Let me find my pal. You go with your ballot. I'll do my ballot in Ramona. All right. I have Luka Dončić guard. Shay gildas Alexander at the other guard overstepped explain this. I explain this to my colleague we all know Steph's better. Steph's the top ten to 15 player of all time. We all know he's better now. 400 something minutes shays averaging 30 a game I'm rewarding him and LeBron jokic and I had sabonis is my last front court player. Over Zion over marketing. Zion, look, he got in. Oh, you know what? I had market end of my ballot. That's right. I remember in that moment I went to bonus or marketing, marketing, sabonis. And I just went with the whole crowd pleaser. That's not a right reason to vote, but I did. He's going to make it anyway. He's going to make it anyway, but I thought he's had a great year for them. The games in Salt Lake City and I felt like sabonis was going to make it anyway market. It would make it anyway. And yeah, I did go marketing. That was the last one. Do you have your Eastern Conference ballot prepared? I remember, yes, I remember that one off my head. I did both Cleveland guards and I did and I left Durant off because I thought he was injured as well. So I did and beat Yanis and Tatum. Both Cleveland guards who had Garland starting. Yeah. I think I did both Cleveland guards. Wow. Yeah. What'd you do? What'd you do? I mean, I know inside a really good season, but I had Donovan Mitchell Jalen Brown by a hair over tyrese Halliburton who should be a lock. Let me say clearly. It has to be there. And I had Giannis coming off the bench. Tatum Durant embiid. Embiid, and that's really got raw. Someone has to lose out of those four guys, which is stupid. It's stupid that we can't have all four of them starting. Yeah. The numbers say mostly that it should be Giannis Durant being injured gives voters a window to just be like, is he even going to but he's verbalized that he wants to play. And he's playing more minutes than Giannis. I think he's been better than Yanis this season. And so if I have to pick on picking, I'm picking Yanis off the bench, it hurts. It hurts me, but he got robbed. And beat is like, remember when Durant was like, I'm always number two. I'm sick of being a number two. I was the number two pick. It's becoming a bead now. It is. And there was a time when, in the Western Conference, it was like this regard too. Remember, you could never choose between Steph, harden, Chris Paul,
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
Rebel Wilson Is in Hot Water for 'Fatphobic' Clothing Line
"Rebel Wilson is in hot water. But she brought along herself. Memor rebel did once very overweight actress, the Brit always had these funny lines and pitch perfect, really never me laugh once. Just, I looked at him, she was like awkward to me. I never sounded funny. So you know she started the clothing line, but now that she has a new mom, a new baby, she's launched a clothing line with her partner to design it Ramona, a groomer, it's a lounge raft fashion brand called the R and R club, but here's where things get bad. The first collection of R and R club, they just have white hoodies and matching white sweatpants so far. But here's where it gets rude. The sizes go from extra small to small to medium to large. Not what you'd think a former fatty would do. It's pretty rude. And now her fat fans are coming at her. So there's this TikToker that calls herself fat positive, destiny N, she put up a video calling out Rebel Wilson. She said the irony of rebel dropping a clothing one that wouldn't have even been able to shop and wear a few years ago. I don't understand how someone who is plus size for the majority of their career and the majority of their life. Someone who knows how hard it is to be fat, to shop for clothing and actually find it in your size, I don't understand how someone with that background. That knowledge can release a brand that only goes up to size large. This gives a lot of truth to some of these thoughts, the most fat phobic and abusive people are former fat people. They really are.
Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
Emilio Estevez on Why He Didn't Trade on the 'Sheen' Name
"I use the other than your dad talked about is how proud of you he was of you that you didn't ever, you kept your name. Which is his name. But he was saying, in his generation, like, I don't know if he would have been Martin Sheen if he'd had a Hispanic surname, but he, you know, he was proud of you that you well, you have to remember in 19 58. Yeah. But I don't remember it. But thank you. From a historical context, you, of course. I've heard of it. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. The Puerto Ricans were being blamed for everything in New York. And so my dad with his real name is Ramona stairs. And casting director said, dude, what? You don't look anything like you don't look Puerto Rican. And so he decided, hey, but even in 1979, 1980, when I started going out on auditions, casting directors and managers and agents here in this town would say, you know, you have to Shane name you should use it. You don't look Hispanic and my dad and I had that conversation. He said, don't make the same mistake I did. Yeah. What did you say? I made other mistakes. Was there any discussion between you and Charlie or your dad why he chose to keep it and you didn't or it just was personal decision? Charlotte takes shortcuts. Oh, what? Did I just do not use that clip to sell this? No. Do not Travis. I'm editing it out. God damn it, Travis, don't. Carlos estevez, you're not fooling anybody.
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
New Lesbian Rebel Wilson Is in Love but NOT Engaged
"You know, for a day, let's say for a day or so, it was thought that America's newest lesbian Rebel Wilson and rebel from pitch perfect, she's the newest lesbian. It was believed that she was engaged to her girlfriend Ramona, a groomer. They made a 7 months and people assumed the question was asked and, you know, they got engaged. Because they were making out in a corner and telling everyone how excited they are to be engaged. That's what they said as a constant meanness tequila Halloween costume party. You know, George Clooney's tequila? The party Heathrow is on Halloween that he never attends because he's got a life now in children and they will both sporting diamonds on their ring fingers and people said the question was popped a couple of weeks ago. Let me ask you something. Why would two lesbians wear rings on their ring finger to show their engaged? And then only come out to say, no, no, no, we're not. Except to say they just want God damn it tension. You know, rebel was she loves a joke. She turns everything into a joke. She said, well, I was doing a thing called hot girl summer. I heard about it in rap songs and I was like, that sounds fun. But it really wasn't me a little bit more of a conservative girl normally. The date a few people over the summer and I had a really nice time and apparently single and looking for the right person. That's what she said over the summer. And now in love, she was and all those talk shows when she was dating a Budweiser air and naps dairy free ice cream founder Jacob bush, but they split in February of 2021 after about a year together, he must feel like a real asshole now. How does it feel for your woman to leave you for a girl? And one hand, it's gotta hurt and suck but on the other hand, it's like, they might fault. She doesn't like dick. I mean, that's just like, don't blame me. Obviously, it's something wrong with her.
AP News Radio
Rookie Bradish spins gem as Orioles blank Astros 2-0
"Kyle bradish allowed two hits over 8 shutout innings as the Baltimore Orioles beat the Houston Astros two to nothing Brad has struck out 6 earning his second win of the season and he lowered his ERA from 6.25 to 5.63 Slider was good early And then he just got a lot better as the game went on And I think my fastball was playing up a lot so that helps me slider and then was working with a change of two to kind of get some backdoor chase on that one Ramona Rhea's 6th inning two run Homer accounted for the game's only offense Adam spelling Houston
AP News Radio
Native groups seek to repair lands damaged by colonization
"Native groups are working to repair lands damaged by colonization volunteers in Massachusetts are rooting out invasive species and tending to recently planted native vegetation in forest land acquired on behalf of a federally recognized mash B wampanoag tribe Diana Ruiz is with the native land conservancy We intend to very deliberately bring back native plants that will be in relationship with the wampanoag community here so that people can harvest them sustainably whether it's for medicinal edible or ceremonial purposes Ramona Peters founded the conservancy she says there is a lot of work to do The clear cutting of all the trees in Massachusetts happened And there's very little old growth The land is near where pilgrims arrived in the Mayflower near the remnants of a wampanoag community wiped out by European disease I'm Ed Donahue
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'Disturbing': Experts troubled by Canada’s euthanasia laws
"Experts see Canada's euthanasia laws as a threat to the disabled Alan Nichols had a history of depression and other medical issues but none were life threatening The 61 year old Canadian was hospitalized in 2019 over fears he might be suicidal He felt that he was more of a nuisance to the staff there and that he was just easier just to go And not be a bother to anybody His daughter Aaron Smith says within a month nickel submitted a request to be euthanized and he was killed Only one health condition was listed as a reason for his request to die hearing loss Canada arguably has the world's most permissive euthanasia rules Family physician DACA Ramona coelho says death is being offered as a way out The system is being applied so liberally and so easily in such a short time period that people are dying who would have recovered with greater care and resources to live Canada is set to expand euthanasia access next year I'm Ed Donahue
AP News Radio
Orioles overcome 3-run deficit vs Cole, beat Yankees 6-3
"The Orioles came from a three run deficit against Garrett Cole and went on to beat the Yankees 6 to three The Orioles scored two in the 7th and two more in the 8th Cedric Mullins hit a sac fly to give them a four three lead and Ramona reus hit a two run Homer to complete the comeback We just stayed together We've been doing it During the season and we just feel good We fight through the whole game and we don't give up Seeing Al Perez got the win Jorge Lopez earned his 18th save the Yankees have lost three or four 8 of 12 and were one for 14 with runners in scoring position Craig heist Baltimore
The Charlie Kirk Show
Will We Ever Get Justice for Enduring the Lockdowns?
"Ramona from North Carolina, Charlie, are we ever going to get justice? For what they did during the lockdowns. She has some pretty, let's say aggressive four letter words in there, some swear words. So I'm not going to continue that. So I'm just going to summarize her question like that. There's a new story out that pairs nicely with Ramona's question. Remote learning according to freebie dot com had an even worse effect on U.S. students education than was previously known. K through 12 students who attended school from home in the 2021 school year lost 50% of their typical math curriculum learning, according to a Harvard study. Quote Emily oster from Brown university said it's pretty clear that remote school was not good for learning. Oh, who would have possibly been able to predict this? Anthony Fauci and all these people, Deborah birx, the scarf woman, did so much damage to our country. Children are at a low risk of severe illness of death from COVID-19 in school transmissions is also extremely rare. Quote, in places where schools reopened that summer and fall, the spread of COVID was not noticeably worse than in places where schools remain closed. Schools also reopen in parts of Europe without seeming to spark outbreaks. This is intergenerational abuse. While grandparents were able to still go, golf outside and see their property values increase their grandkids had masks on being abused in schools. Now, I'm not blaming the grandparents. I'm not. But there were plenty of people that recept the generis and octogenarians that were perfectly fine with locking down the country. While their kids and their grandkids and grandkids in particular have been totally and completely and permanently damaged by the lockdown agenda.
"ramona" Discussed on Trading Secrets
"Like, what is Ramona do to be like, no, no, no, not me. I don't deal with that. I think it's very important in life that business and even in the personal. I never did it. I guess I do it personally, too. But I know I have a business. I always say, or whatever career path you're on, just think straight ahead follow your own path, you can't look to the left. You can't look to the right. You can't look behind. You can't be worried about other people are or aren't just be you and be confident in you. Yeah, I like that. Just get confidence in what you're doing and I think it comes down to knowing yourself. When you know yourself better than anyone else, you're not gonna feel like you're an impostor in the room. Yeah, I mean, you know, the book is secret. I was doing this before the book was even written. And my daughter now, she's doing it. She's doing a little post. It was like, it's just, if you're not confident, just put something on the mirror and three times a day, say, you know what? I'm a great person. I have this going for me and this going for me. This going for me. And I'm fabulous. You know, wife, mother, friend, businesswoman. You have to believe in yourself. If you don't believe in yourself, who's going to believe? Exactly. Well said, and I think if you don't believe in yourself, who's going to believe in you, and the other thing, too, is that you can't sell yourself. How is anyone going to understand your value? Because you have to be able to sell yourself day in and day out because no one's going to do it for you. We're going to take a quick break from the Ramona singer podcast and talk a little bit about futurology. It's a wild topic, right? Every day, a little bit of science fiction becomes science fact. Think about it from self-driving cars to computers in our pockets, to now this predictive AI, it all begs the question, what will our futures look like?.
"ramona" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"This month we're highlighting indigenous women from around the globe. Today, we're talking about a legendary member of the zapatista army of national liberation, or easy LN. A revolutionary indigenous political and militant organization in Mexico. To this day, the group was fighting for indigenous rights and autonomy in the country. Our protagonist today was one of the 7 women commanders in the group. Often seen wearing a red shirt and a black balaclava covering everything but her eyes. She led the way in organizing indigenous women for the cause. And she ensured that women's rights and equal protections under the law were at the forefront of the movement's revolutionary struggle. Please welcome, commandante Ramona. Commandant Ramona was born in 1959 in a toto Maya community in chiapas, Mexico. The country's southernmost state border in Guatemala. Her real name is unknown, as is almost everything about her early life and family. Commandant Ramona was the nom de guerre she chose when she joined the easy LN. Before that, she earned a small living traveling around the state selling artisan crafts. In the late 1980s or early 1990s, Ramona joined the zapatistas after experiencing the deep disparities between rural communities and larger towns in chiapas. Particularly with regard to indigenous women. Easier when originally formed in 1983 and had slowly gained influence in the state's indigenous communities with its call for indigenous control over local resources. Ramona quickly became an important voice in the movement. As she focused on advocating for indigenous women and mobilizing them for the struggle. Her work was made more challenging by the fact that women in her community didn't traditionally play a role in politics or political movements. Still, she traveled from community to community, teaching about the movement and motivating women to fight against the Mexican government's suppression and exclusion of the country's indigenous communities. In 1993, Ramona introduced a document called the revolutionary law on women, that declared women equal to men. It had ten specific demands, including a woman's right to equally participate in the community and politics, the right to work, reproductive and marriage rights, the right to an education, the right to not be beaten or mistreated and equal protection under the law. The revolutionary law on women was presented at an easy LN assembly, where it was voted on and passed. In 1994, the ez LN publicly surfaced to protest the North American Free Trade Agreement, known as nafta. The agreement required Mexico to welcome foreign investment and commercial agriculture into the country. Even though the increased presence was likely to deeply impact land resources and threaten indigenous communities. On January 1st, 1994, the day that nafta went into effect. Commandant Ramona organized the takeover of the town of San Cristobal de Las casas, the former capital of chiapas by easy a Len rebels. The zapatista demanded the Mexican government take up indigenous rights and put an end to nafta. After 12 days of fighting and the deaths of around a 150 people, the rebellion ended, and the zapatistas retreated to the jungle, still a potent political force. In March 1994, just months after the siege, the easier and published 34 demands to be met by the Mexican government. Ramona wrote the 29th demand. It called for the Mexican government to improve the lives of indigenous women by providing them with access to education, birth control, job training, child care centers, birth clinics, craft markets, and artisan workshops, and mills for grinding corn into flour. That same year, Ramona was diagnosed with kidney cancer, and the next year she received a kidney transplant. In 1996, Ramona started lobbying for a new agreement called the San Andres accords that granted autonomy recognition and rights to the indigenous population of Mexico. Both the ez LN and the Mexican government signed onto the first phase of the agreement in February of 1996. But the government didn't uphold its end of the bargain. It actually increased military aggression and levied a travel ban against the zapatistas. Ramona was the first to break the travel ban when she traveled to Mexico City a few months later to help found the national indigenous Congress. There, she was met by huge crowds of supporters who surrounded her to protect her from arrest. For the next 5 years, Ramona continued to lobby the Mexican government to comply with the San Andres accords. In 2001, she and other leading members of the ez L Latin marched into Mexico City. To once again, call for the government to honor its commitments to Mexico's indigenous peoples. In 2006, come and dent a Ramona passed away from kidney failure. She'd battled cancer for more than a decade. She died while traveling hours to the closest hospital. Even after all of her hard work, there was still no hospital in her town. She was believed to be 47 years old. Today, commandant Ramona is a celebrated figure in Mexico, particularly among indigenous communities. She's taken on a bit of a mythical status and serves as a symbol of equality. Though she was often photographed with a gun, it's believed that she never used one. She's instead remembered for her peaceful demeanor and perseverance in her fight for the rights of her community..
Mason & Ireland
LA Dodgers Beat Padres in the Longest MLB Game of the Year
"The dodgers held the padres hitless from the sixth to the fourteenth inning. Basically a nine inning. No hitter ramona. And the game had everything else. Besides though hitter and everything i mean i like i feel like i need a day off to recover from that like i literally watching a lot of the game then i was like you know what i gotta get my workout in. I'm gonna go for a swim. And i'm gonna try to come back. It'll it'll you know. I'll come back for the ending and then it was another two hours. After that i went for all workout swim and came back was still going like that. Even the last two innings were ridiculous. Weird things happened. So many yeah. Aj pollock was the hero again. this is how. Aj basically ended it in the sixteenth inning. At one o'clock in the morning to canada's appalled deep center the dodgers actually had taken the lead in the top of the fifteenth. Fernando with the weirdest homerun. You may see all year. Hit the ball to right field. Chris taylor leapt up to catch it off his glove and went out for a home run. That tied the game three and then. Aj wins at five three. Same two teams tonight in san diego max scherzer on the mound for the dodgers as they go for the sweep and the padres are on life support now. If the season ended today they'd be completely out of the play offs and they still have to play with in the remaining thirty five games left momo the giants ten times
AP News Radio
Orioles Snap 19-Game Skid With 10–6 Win Over Angels
"The Orioles nineteen game losing streak is over after they turn to six to deficit into a ten six victory over the angels Ramona reissued Kelvin Gutierrez drew bases loaded walks to put the Orioles up seven six in the eighth inning just before pinch hitter Austin Hays added a two run double Cedric Mullins entity sometime there and DJ Stewart homered for the Orioles who fell two shy of the ale record for consecutive losses they said nineteen eighty eight angels Shohei Ohtani allowed three homers on the mound struck out three times at the plate and left the game after five innings I'm the ferry
Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"ramona" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Hi ramona hi andy. would you question okay verizon. How is your relationship with sonia right now and. What is your biggest regret from the girls trip to salem guys. You know my relationship with. Sonia is really good now like we talk. We actually text yesterday. Good so that's good and you know my biggest regret. I think they took it the wrong way when i said called her clown right. That's sort of a cultural thing like we say. Stop being a clown. Okay and then grandma. I say it's all of my friends. Stop being a grandma gets up and let's go have some fun right. Okay hudson impression of the women as grandma's changed yes has aids virtual audience. Fight away our friend. Kate chastain from below deck tweeted and said who picked dress for ramona on. Tonight's because it's so not her style but it is amazing. I went to this pop up on. the hayden. Had my friend in the hamptons all of camilla and he actually Gifted me few pieces. And this is something i would not normally wear and then tom my assistant or social media person he said you should be wearing tonight. And i thought so too and i want some more of like this and it's not my looking. I'm loving legs and cleavage burr. Sean early n. Wants to know if you would trust ramona with your finances. Oh yeah you know what yes. Okay yeah i would Ramona sunny be wants to know. Do you have any idea who this new bo is. Dating is as she opened up to you about him. I met him. He's lovely really. I met him at her house and he has. he's very handsome. He has a great demeanor about him. A great warmth. And i'm happy that she's happy most remote ever. Sean seemed to be getting along swimmingly. But i wanna see if these two are like a classic combination like long eyelashes and daytime but find out with the bff test ladies. I'm going to ask you a series of questions disaster compatibility and i will count down from three yell out your answers at the same time. We'll see how many you match okay. Starting with having fifty close girlfriends normal or impossible three to one impossible. okay the first woman in your group to actually become a grandmother will be three to one clue. Ann lewis falling in the occasional bush. Funny or fo- pau three to one. Faux pas how many dates should you have before you sleep with someone three to one..
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"ramona" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Nights exit on vertigo grandma. Sorry ramona grandma tonight. The women sonia storyteller. But i wanna know whichever stories ramona and sean considered to be works of fiction. Let's write out with all right. i'm gonna remind you both. The things sonya said you will save you. Think sonya was telling the truth or not with sonia. Lying about the extent of a relationship with tom. Which tom tom llamas. Yes okay was sonja lying. When she said she had no idea tipsy girl would be too close to skinny girl for bethany comfort. Yes she was sonja lying when she said she partied with john john. Madonna all the time With sonia lying when she said she raised millions for the really sonia lying about diddy coming on her yacht. I'm not sure okay. With sonia embellishing her huge latin following when she got on the cover of latina showed magazine. Oh stretching the truth when she said she dated jack. Nicholson yes really. Okay thank you very. We have another poll. Wwafl dot tv was sonja lying about her hookup. Yes or no you think she was. I thought right right yeah. It seemed like drunk. She couldn't she join boy. Okay you guys agree on the same topic. We have another poll answer next question. Do you think ramona hooked up with will after her birthday party. Yes or no now. Ramon you did say you have my address so it seemed like. Did you see the episode. Hank came over. People came over. I really can't your party after my party. The viewers feel that you did hook up. Okay all right. Thank you very much. We got questions. You guys think leah's brother is cute because everyone on twitter does cute is. Sean benji said you're motivational speaker. What do you think is the real reason behind sonja stretching the truth about slip. Sleeping with dillon. Hey you know. I i love sonya i think sometimes she stretches it to get attention but she's a really amazing girl that she woman that she doesn't need to all right take over the bar. It's dr pimple trumper. Never get grossed out by do you now diarrhea and bamut are much worse really yes. Gloves splash basque. Okay you wash. ask boy. Our twitter was blowing up about leia's brother tonight i have to say it looks like we're we're sweetie. It was on the show tonight. You have to start watching. Remember c. show. No you did. I know you walked. I remember now. Okay let's go to our virtual audience. Brad and katie from florida. I have a question. For ramona andy. Hyper sean Ramona why was it. Okay for you to lick the peanuts cake at your birthday. Leah is not allowed to talk about sex at the dinner table unfortunately has rubbed off in a bad way. So really see. You've you've opened yourself in terms of your your prudish. Attitudes towards talking about sex is small. There's only five girls. Here's ashley from new jersey with a question forever sean okay..
Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"ramona" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Dino okay do you regret calling me today at three o'clock asking if you could get out of coming on this show because someone offered you lady gaga ticket. You regret that gas you do you. Can you name a lady gaga song You lesser now. I can't i knew briggs story next bowl. Ramona regret more of her past actions. Yes or no you say yes. I should Looking like a landslide. Bershad when you called the women. Grandma's in salem they felt unfairly put on trial. I want to see what other behavior throughout the housewives is giving sean granny vibes with grandma are now. What's grandma behavior when sonia washer underwear day old school yes grandkids acting like a grandma and potomac when she ordered glass of milk at dinner kerry. Yes grandma grandma behavior for kathy. Bring her own box fan on a girl's trip. That's grandma grandma savior for how they're gonna get so heated and cooled about lou. Leading random guys sleepover on their girls trip ahead there yet grandma for candidates to forget to invite ashley party to cram forgot wink. Wink not want to be in the cold rain during your music. Video shoot lou. That's okay grandma. Was ramona blaming her. Harlem.
Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"ramona" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Okay i think this is going to be a landslide. I want to go to another poll burst. Sean did not seem to blink at ramona's criticism of her lashes of weeks ago. I wanna know where our audience stands go to. Wwl h. l. dot tv arbor shawn's eyelashes too. Big yasser no wrong. How do you feel how do you feel about remote about roshan's eyelashes tonight. I liked her lashes for a lot of time with the same for the day. I think it's just a little too much for you. Ask okay now the audience does you know they are thinking that they might be a hair to beg but it's not a landslide so they look gorgeous. I one of the first things. I noticed tonight when we saw each other on. I wanna talk about tonight. Show well well first of all ranked real set for both of you. What made you connect with each other. What made me connect with her as positive attitude and very up very positive because she went through a love health issues and i went through a lot of emotional issues getting divorced. We both have this warriors were warriors. We really hit it off when we met and it was like we clicked right. Lee something about my lash and so that was something that i something that i love about you. Also you also don't realize i mean literally. You were told that you had how long to live three months to live re months to live and you must beat it such great energy and i have to. Did you have this great energy before that experience or did you did it. Just get better. I think he got better. I could energy before but it became bom ramona. Andrew wants still will ramona address. How the rumors of her getting fired started. And did she really threaten not to film the re- reunion and who started the rumors. I kinda thought leah did. She told me she didn't okay. As far as we never not doing their union. I would never like not show up for any position i have so now. That's so burst sean. Revenge rh wants to know. How do you feel about ebony. Not inviting you to her black about dinner you know. Look i like ebony. But i was a little hurt. I was a little hurt and disappointed because you know her movement is all about supporting black. Lives matter and i was thinking well i am a black woman in the cast so i was a little hurt there. You go. you're okay. I've been very hurt. Ramona to take a call during the video. Shoot to deal with the major six-figure problem but when it comes to list of potential regrets as a housewives as a housewife. I could come up with at least a few hundred thousand so i wanna go through a few of those as we play to promote through some of your past actions. Just say if you would take any of them back starting with the future regret. Do you regret your behavior. Avenues black chabad in next week's episode yet. So you lived it. Only sir is yes. Yes yes yes you. Do you regret telling lucy. Invite sonia to your birthday party now. Wow do you regret your infamous tiff with bethany on the brooklyn bridge. Wow do you regret getting so upset that alex invited simon to a girls night. No i was. Do you regret telling the legally blind former new york governor david paterson that you were blinder. That he is is. I'm blind to not really do regret getting chemical right before the season trip to mexico. Okay do you regret falling asleep at the season. Seven reunion well wasn't about me. I know you were bored. Do you not appearing luanne sheikh. Say the music video regret. No my daughter didn't want me to regret Renewing your vows with mario. That was the best thing i ever did. Do you regret having air conditioner. Delivered to the berkshires..
Mason & Ireland
Monty Williams Tells Suns ‘All of This Is Correctable’ After Loss
"Money williams. Very well like coach for the sons around the nba. He's got great personal story. If you've never read it or heard about it you should google it. I probably can't do it. Justice in explaining on the radio the thirty second version is money and his wife were raising a family of five kids. Five young kids. His wife was killed in an auto accident. Lee widowing monty and leaving him to raise these five kids on his own. He's figured out. A way to navigate that rebuild his stock as a head coach in the league and now he's two wins away from winning the title ramona. Abc had a camera. Espn had a camera in the suns locker room after they lost the other night and money gave an interesting post game speech. I'm gonna play it for you and i'll let you react to it. Here's money after the game. All this is read. This is right now because this is where we got three games to look at dell right now got together. That's do what happens tonight. Just seventeen office rebel. Seventeen turnovers guys. One forty four. We're making it horrible ourselves okay. Now it's tough. We got to know people are also this. We got board advantage as the deal. Ever since i've been here we talked about everything was on the other side. This is this is really hard. So you gotta stick together all right.
Work In Progress
The State of Work in Hawaii
"Are focused. Today is the state of work in the state of hawaii. It's my pleasure to welcome governor. David ige to the work in progress. Podcasts governor thank you so much for joining us alot. Hi you for having me. I'd love to get a little picture. Where the state has been in the last year what happened during covert and where we are now and then we'll go from there about efforts to connect out of work hawaiians with jobs absolutely ramona. I appreciate this opportunity at the end of twenty nineteen. We were having our seventh record year of visit our rivals here in the state. Our economy was doing very well. Our unemployment rate was amongst the lowest in the country. We were out about two point. Four percent unemployed which as you know is virtual virtually full employment. We were looking forward to great things after coming through the great recession and really we felt that things were hitting our stride. We were able to get southwest airlines to begin service to the state which was a you know a ten year project to expand seek capacity to the islands and things were looking up then the pandemic kit and clearly. The most difficult decision i had to make was the decision to order a mandatory quarantine for all incoming traveller to the state and essentially we went from the lowest unemployment rate in the country. Two point four percent to the highest unemployment rate in the country exceeding twenty two percent in a matter of four to six weeks
Work In Progress
Need Cybersecurity or Data Analytics Skills Training? IBM Can Help
"Last week. Ibm announced a new initiative to provide more than five hundred thousand workers. Globally with the skills they need to land. Good jobs joining me now on the podcast to talk about. It is just tina. Nixon santio vice president and global head of corporate social responsibility at ibm. Just welcome to the podcast ramona. Thank you for having me. This is a big undertaking. I think five hundred thousand people getting them skilled up for jobs today. Tell me a little bit about what is motivating the company to make this offer at. Ibm we believe everyone should have the chance to succeed. And what's really motivating us is. How technology is changing society. And when you think about the future of automation how people are going to recover from the pandemic. There's a sense of urgency to make sure that everyone has the skills they need to be successful and move into minimum jobs. I think this is something that we need to do. And the reason that refocused on skilling half a million people if for the end of the year is because we believe we have to take big and bold steps to make sure that we provide access to tech skills to work learning skills regardless of anyone's background. We need to make sure that everyone is prepared for the jobs up to the end. The jobs of the future
ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show
Clippers Kawhi Leonard to Miss Game 5 Against Jazz, out Indefinitely
"May miss the remainder of the Clippers series versus the Jazz. He's expected Miss Game five right knee injury. We talked to Ramona Shelburne E. Earlier. She pointed out that obviously swelling in the knee keeps him from knowing the full extent of the injury right now, but it doesn't look good or promising. For collide to get back into this series against the Jazz. So can the Clippers managed to win that and then
The Big Story
What Does Bill 96 Mean for Quebec?
"Jordan rawlings. this is the big story to lead. Ramona's is a montreal based journalist also opinion columnist for cult montreal where she looked at the good the bad and the ugly of bill ninety-six tula. Hey how are you jordan. I'm doing well. Thank you for taking the time. I wanna ask you maybe just to start For those of us outside of quebec can you give us some context for the ever evolving Language legislation this is. There's a lot of historical connotations here. Right oh god where to begin will basically bill ninety. Six is is an upgraded. Its what is supposed to be an upgrade to Kickbacks language law otherwise known as bill went to one you know which just celebrated fifty one years. I think of existence Which aimed to establish french as the common long language in quebec and fifty plus years later the current government The the cue has basically decided because of issues with french because of the constant kind of fragility of the language and they feel that French is eroding vay needed to upgrade they needed to strengthen that legislation that piece of legislation. So here we are now with bill ninety six
"ramona" Discussed on Court Junkie
"Guilty. The plain dealer reported on the jury's confusion and emotions. The verdict ten jurors told the judge. They believed. jeffery was indeed guilty but that prosecutors hadn't convinced them beyond a reasonable doubt one juror told the judge. She wanted jeffrey to be convicted at the next trial. She began to cry when she was told there wouldn't be a fourth one and another juror was reportedly upset because she thought jeffrey was guilty but went with the majority opinion instead of taking a stand and so the mystery of who killed ramona crow teen may never be solved at least not legally jeffrey crow. Who didn't leave the cleveland area. After he was acquitted died in two thousand fourteen at the age of sixty six. According to his obituary he had remarried. Although his obituary noted he was the husband of the late ramona one of the commentators on his online obituary was their daughter jennifer. According to the cleveland scene you stopped being my father back in two thousand four. May you rest in your own piece. She wrote and that's all for this and as always i'd love to hear your thoughts on this case. Did you agree with the verdict. Let me know by joining the conversation on instagram. At court junkie by tweeting me at court. Chunky pod or by emailing me at podcast at court junkie dot com. This episode was researched and written by gabrielle. Roussin if you'd like to hear these episodes without the ads and here. Additional court junkie bonus episodes. Check out my patriot. Options at court junkie dot com slash support and be sure to subscribe to my youtube channel at youtube. Dot com. Slash court junkie. Thanks again for listening until next time. It's time for some straight talk. Let's face it. Tax returns could look a little different for a lot of people this year. But you're still going to get a lot of noise in your ear. How you should spend it so in the big carriers start trying to get you to splurge on the latest nonsense just tune it out and only spend it on. What makes you happy with straight talk. Wireless you can get a samsung galaxy. Fifty one for just one hundred ninety nine bucks so you can listen to your favorite music wherever you go. Plus get the forty five dollar unlimited talk text and data plan with no contract. America's best networks for up to fifty percent less. Come on start the year on a high note tune out the nonsense and tune-in to straight talk. Wireless straight talk wireless no contract no compromise..
"ramona" Discussed on Court Junkie
"Teen was charged. In ramona's death. He would go to trial not once not twice but a total of three times his first two trials both in two thousand four ended in hung juries. The cleveland plain dealer newspaper reported about the challenges facing prosecutors as they tried to convince those. Juries the couple's children's testimony went against the prosecution's theory. That ramona had come home. Jeffrey had savagely beaten her and then drove away with her body where he shot her and dumped her in the parking lot. Jennifer the couple's daughter slept about twelve feet away from her parents bedroom and hadn't heard any screams gunshots nor sounds of an assault. The following day the couple's son geoffrey junior hadn't seen blood or suspicious signs when he went into his parents bedroom. Jeffries defense also argued that there was a lack of direct evidence in the case there was no evidence. Found in ramona's car tying jeffrey to the crime the gun that was found in jeffries office didn't match up to the one that ultimately killed her. It didn't make sense. The defense argued for jeffrey to have kept the gun at work instead of throwing it away if had been the murder weapon and the defense argued that the carpet from the bedroom had not been cleaned and only contained tiny flecks of blood which didn't fit into the cause of death since ramona had been bludgeoned multiple times likely creating a bloody scene in two thousand and five. Jeffrey was back in the courtroom with prosecutors seeking one more time to convict him. He was also charged with tampering with evidence his third murder trial captured national media attention with forty eight hours filming it day for one of its episodes by now. Jeffrey was fifty seven years old. This stress he felt during these three trials compared to being back in vietnam. He later told the media. Jeffrey never took the stand at any of his trials but did proclaim his innocence on the forty eight hours episode there. He said quote my life since my wife stuff has stopped. It's like. I'm in the twilight zone. I didn't murder my wife. I innocent prosecutors outlined how they believed jeffrey had lost control and murdered ramona when she came home in the early morning hours from the party he bashed her head into the bud which they said explained by. Jeffrey later destroyed the dragged her unconscious body to the car and drove somewhere to shoot her and stuff her body into the trunk. He parked the car at the transit stations parking lot and then staged the scene to make it look like a robbery. As if somebody had taken the money from her fudge business then according to prosecutors. Jeffrey underwent a bedroom makeover to hide of the crime. He repainted the bedroom replaced. The carpet destroyed the headboard and gave other furniture away. The prosecutor argued that jeffries odd behavior spoke volumes. His actions speak louder than words. His inactions speak louder than words. They are calculated actions. They are not coincidences. They are criminal behavior. One key bit of evidence that fit into the prosecution's version of events was ramona's shoes. Ramona had been found wearing socks that were soaked with her blood yet. One of the white tennis shoes on her foot was pristine white. No blood anywhere inside or outside. When had ramona changed shoes or had someone put them on her feet at the party. Ramona had worn strappy dancing shoes that night for the occasion. An expert witness for the prosecution former fbi agent. Who helped write a manual for the bureau on criminal profiling. Crime scene analysis said the shoes were a sign of his staged crime scene. No robber would ever put the shoe back on. Murdered victim he said. The cleveland plain dealer newspaper reported that in the two previous trials jeffries lawyers quote seized on the doctor's opinion. That ramona had a bloody struggle with her attacker. This time the doctor said she may have been knocked out before the bloodiest skull splitting blows were struck that would allow time for her to be dragged from the house bludgeoned and shot throughout the trial. Witnesses had in fact testified about suspicious things that raise the possibility that ramona had been carjacked. Melvin twining an expo center vendor who had attended the hotel party testified he saw something suspicious in the hotel parking lot he described seeing a man who looked like he was stuffing something into a beige toyota. Camry just like the one ramona drove. Melvin realized the significance of what he might have seen after. He learned of ramona's duff. According to the cleveland plain dealer. But melvin also said that he had not heard any screams or seen any signs of a struggle and he couldn't say definitively that what he saw was a woman being forced into the car. Susan's ziegler a friend. Who knew ramona. From the expo center also testified about something chilling. It was information. That hadn't been presented in jeffries. Previous two trials. Someone had left a voicemail on susan's phone at six forty five am the same day. Ramona was shot and killed. It was very faint. Susan side according to the cleveland plain dealer. It was a woman's voice and it said helped me. Then the line went dead. The voicemail and did i went white. Susan testified she couldn't recognize the voice and neither could others with whom she had shared the voicemail. Other witnesses raised questions to like. How could jeffrey have pulled off such violent beating and murder of his wife. How had he gotten back home. He allegedly drove ramona's car with her body in the trunk and left it at the transit's park and ride station. It was too far for him to walk and authorities had interviewed the taxi cabs without finding anyone who had given him a ride back. Mary with whom. Jeffrey was having an affair testified that she didn't believe jeffrey would hurt his wife. No matter how unhappy he was in his marriage in my heart. I know there is no possible way. He would've done anything to harm his wife. She testified jeffrey carotenes. Juniors testimony explained why his father redid the bedroom carpeting. Right after ramona's dove morning his wife stuff he said. Jeffrey had been drinking heavily and had spilled liquor and candle wax on the carpet. But according to the cleveland scene the city's alternative weekly. The turning point in the third trial was the moment. When ramona and jeffries fun jason who had by then returned from iraq deployment took the stand attorney. Richard drucker asked him. If for one minute you thought your father brutalized your mother in that house. what would you do. The jason stared calmly back suddenly a marine once more. The publication described his response..
"ramona" Discussed on Court Junkie
"Ramona crow teen missed her friday morning. Nail appointment something uncharacteristic of her. She never showed up to work that day. Either immediately ramona's sister and her friends were worried. Everyone assumed she must have had too much to drink at the party. But there was no record of ramona checking in and getting a room at the hotel. Her loved ones eventually called hospitals and drove around town looking for her her husband. Jeffrey told police he woke up around six or six thirty friday morning and realised his wife still wasn't home his daughter jennifer would later say he seemed more angry than concerned. He went through the usual motions of the day. Coffee reading the newspaper watching the news. Keeping a close eye for any information about the middle east and the war. He told jennifer to call him. When ramona came back then he went off to work at his state farm. Insurance business in. Cleveland stopping at the bank to make a deposit i. He called later at eleven thirty. Am to check in with jennifer. Was ramona back yet. No sign of her. His daughter told him it was then. Jennifer said she could send sphere in her father's voice jennifer. A college student went to the clarion hotel where the party had been held to look for her mother's car but it wasn't there. Jeffrey left work at three thirty and then ran a series of errands. He got home around. Five thirty ramona's still wasn't there. When jeffrey returned home for jennifer and her aunt told him that they were concerned enough and had gone in person to a local police department to try and report her missing. They were told they needed to wait. Twenty four hours to file an official missing persons report then tried at another police agency. The authorities eventually started searching to checking the parking lots of other nearby restaurants and shopping. Plazas for ramona's grade toyota camry then just after eleven pm. On friday ramona's brother. Greg came across her car parked at a public transit station in brook park. Her purse and money bags from her work were laid out on the car seats. He seemed to have a foreboding sense of where his sister was. According to the police report quote he feared that she might be locked in the trunk of her car. Greg told police he was going to break the car window to gain access to the trunk and when he did. He made a gruesome discovery. Ramona's body was inside. The left side of ramona's head had an obvious and serious wound. Blood pooled inside the trunk and was dripping out of the car onto the rear tire. Her shirt had been partially pulled up so her back was exposed her back and buttocks had marks on them. Her bell had been broken. Her right tennis shoe was off. Investigators believed someone had rummage through her purse. Since her makeup lassus cigarettes checkbook lighter and papers were scattered around in the car. The purse have been dumped onto the floorboard. Her car. keys were missing. Just hang in there. The nine one one dispatcher. Tried to comfort greg and don't touch anything. It seemed like ramona and her husband. Jeffrey polar opposites. She was the outgoing one. She had a lot of friends and liked going dancing. She was a people person. Known as the fudge lady since she ran a fudge business at the expo center. She worked hard pulling thirty to eighty hours a week. Jeffrey ran his own insurance company. He was quieter and had a history of fall-outs from his business associates. Some of her bonus friends and family said they hadn't connected with jeffrey and weren't very close with him. Jeffrey was also a survivor. He was a vietnam war veteran and later in his life at age fifty one. He walked away from a disaster. He had been a passenger in. A boat had capsized in lake. Erie's fifty six degree water. According to the cleveland plain dealer newspaper there had been four to six foot waves that day. The boat's owner. Who was a local died. Ramona and jeffrey despite their different personalities had been married for years since meeting in college at kent state university and where the parents of three grown children believed in a midwestern. Two story four bedroom house covered inciting on the southern edge of cleveland in a city called parma. One close friend of ramona's said the couples seem to live separate. Lives and jeffrey worked a lot. But that ramona's seemed to be happy. Ramona and jeffrey had just gotten home from a cruise and reportedly had a great time before she was killed. Jeffries reaction to ramona's duff seemed off to the police officer who informed him that his wife's body had been found. The officer delivered the news. At jeffrey and ramona's home. According to the police report. Jeffrey went through the motion of crying without shedding. Any real tears. He also didn't ask how she had died. Which struck the officer as odd since ramona hadn't been sick or in poor health so her death should have been unexpected. The officer told him he needed to go to the police station. He wrote in his report. Quote husband went into the bathroom and started to splash water in his face and hair husband then refused to let us in his room and closed the door husband then all so close the door after exiting the room. The tears never came the report noted jeffries response to his wife's death was interpreted differently later. On he was in bad health. He had a heart condition and had bypass surgery five years earlier. The authorities seem to be sensitive about that as they interviewed him and in another police report noted. He appeared to be taking ramona's duff. Hard at one point. He even seemed like he was having a heart attack. Although it turned out to be a false alarm in the coroner's office. Dr selling ham determined ramona had been struck by a blunt object six or seven times to the side of the hutt and shot in the neck. Her death had been a violent one. He observed quote what appeared to be a hole in the right side of her neck possible from puncture which was later determined to be from a possible nine millimeter bullet. Dr selling him also saw signs. That ramona had fought for her life. Her fingernails were chipped or broken on both hands and her hands were bruised and cut up. She looked like she had been dragged which explained her broken belts. There were no signs of sexual assaults. He noted knowing that ramona was last seen in the early morning hours after the party. The coroner's office determined that she must have been murdered shortly after.
Is This Finally Joel Embiids Moment?
"Goodyear knows when the season starts heating up so to the possibilities. Play off. Hopefuls are beginning to emerge and contenders are solidifying their position from here on out every game as a chance to create momentum to make the right past the right move to hit the perfect shot it takes momentum to build up to the moment but it takes everything to capture it. Goodyear more driven ramona shelburne. Thank you for coming back on. Espn daily anytime baba. So we had you on the show in january to talk about joel embiid and it was a promising very different time along. This weird roller coaster. That is this guy's life. He was looking fantastic the early part of the nba season. But now you've written this cover story ramona in which you've got a lot of access to joel himself and you've got access to interior life. I wanna talk about that because there's a lot about this roller coaster that i did not fully appreciate until i read your reporting so let's set the scene here for where we left off. After we talked in january. This is before the knee injury in mid-march what kind of season was joel. Embiid having having greatest seasons for center in nba history. No center has averaged thirty points. A game since moses malone no-center has won. mvp sense kilo. neil and joel embiid is dominating at both ends of the court and beat galloping. Joel embiid for the thai. Be put up on the plane can be by is
Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend
Beverly Cleary, beloved children's book author, dies at 104
"A beloved Children's book author Beverly Cleary has passed away. Brian Shook has more HarperCollins publishers says the Ramona Quimby writer, died Thursday in Carmel, California at the age of 104. Her first book, Henry Huggins, was published in 1950. Dozens more followed. Cleary's books have sold more than 85 million copies and been translated into nearly 30 languages. She also spent time as a Children's library
Beloved Children's Author Beverly Cleary Dies at 104
"CBS a steep Ramona Quimby is a young girl who appears in a series of books by Beverly Cleary as well as a film based on the stories person you don't worry about scarring inside the lines. It depends on the picture, the author said. Children love Ramona because she never learned to be a better girl, which fit into the kind of novels, Cleary wrote books about kids just being kids once asked, which of her characters she'd like to dine with, really like to have dinner with all of them. It's a chewed with their mouth shut and sat up straight and minded their manners. This is CBS News.