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Early findings grim on the health of Flint kids after water crisis

60 Minutes

05:21 min | 9 hrs ago

Early findings grim on the health of Flint kids after water crisis

"Flint, once a prosperous hub of the American auto industry, was nearly bankrupt back in 2014. Officials hope to save money by switching the city water source from the Great Lakes to the Flint River. Almost immediately, residents began noticing something wasn't right. The water was rust colored and many people had rashes. Michigan's Department of Environmental Quality in the city insisted. The water in Flint is safe. Later, a state investigation found those officials hid the fact that the river water was not treated with chemicals that would prevent the pipes from corroding. So for months, the water ate away at Flint's old pipes. Releasing led into residents tap water. They were poisoned. I mean, they were poisoned by this water, and they they were all exposed. The toxic water. Dr. Mona Hanna. Tisha is a pediatrician in Flint, who her patients call Dr Mona is our Dr Mona is a bit of a superhero herself here because she was the first to link the water toa high levels of lead in the Children of Flint. So within a few months of being on this water General Motors, which was born in Flint, and still has plants in Flint, I noticed that this water our drinking water was corroding their engine parts. It's possible the drinking water was corroding engine parts, so they were allowed to go back to Great Lakes water. Anybody at that point say, if it's corroding an engine, maybe they shouldn't be going into our bodies and our kids. I mean, that should have been like fire alarm bells like red flags. So what did it take before your your eyes open about this? Yeah, it was the word lead because the word lead When you're a physician or a pediatrician signals what in your brain? There is no safe level of lead. We're never supposed to expose a population or a child to lead. Because we can't do much about it. It is an irreversible neurotoxin. It attacks the core of what it means to be you and impacts cognition. How Children think actually drops I Q levels It impacts behavior leading to things like developmental delays and has these life altering Consequences. In 2015 Dr Mona and a colleague started digging through blood test records of 1700 Flint Children, including the kids, She sees that the Hurley Children's clinic ready, Okay. The nonprofit clinic serves most of Flint's kids. The city is 53% black and has one of the highest poverty rates in the country. So we looked at the Children's by the levels before the water switch. We compare them to Children, but lead levels after the water switch. And in the areas where the water lead levels were the highest and that those parts of the city we saw the greatest increase in Children's lead levels. Armed with the first medical evidence that kids were being exposed to lead from the water. Dr. Mona did something controversial. She quickly held a press conference to share the blood test study. Before other doctors reviewed her work was a bit of an academic. No, no kind of a form of academic disobedience. But you knew that I knew that but like, but there was no choice. There was no way I was going to wait to have this. This research about Ed. Two weeks later, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder ordered the water switch back to the Great Lakes and declared a state of emergency. I say tonight is 1/2 before. I'm sorry, and I will fix it. The damage was done. Dr Mona estimates 14,000 kids in Flint under the age of 6 may have been exposed to lead in their water. I never should have had to do the research that literally used the blood of our Children as detectors of environmental contamination. Three years after the crisis began, the percentage of third graders in Flint, who passed Michigan standardized literacy test dropped from 41% to 10%. I'm very concerned about my Children and not only my Children, but I'm concerned about the Children of Flint Kenyatta Dotson is still fearful of the water. Even though the state is spending more than $300 million to fix the water system City promised to replace all 12,000 supply lines that may have been contaminated with lead. Last fall. Now they say the work won't be done until summer. Dotson says she and her daughters will continue to use bottled water for cooking and brushing their teeth any time to come back to a place where I feel whole again. You don't feel right now. Would this have happened in a rich white suburb? Maybe it would have happened in interest twice over. Would it have continued for a long A zit has? I don't believe

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Germany to revamp financial oversight after Wirecard scandal

Barnett Financial Hour w/ Rick Barnett

00:29 sec | 19 hrs ago

Germany to revamp financial oversight after Wirecard scandal

"Correspondent Jeremy House Germany's finance minister says he wants to revamp the oversight system for the country's financial industry in the wake of an accounting scandal of payment systems provider wire card. The Munich based company filed for bankruptcy recently after otters could not find the counts in the Philippines that were supposed to contain 1.9 billion euros. The company's former CEO arrested and released on bail, while its former chief operating officer is on the run. Finance offices that wants to empower the country's financial

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Sheriff: 2 dead, 8 hurt in South Carolina nightclub shooting

The Sunday Spin: Politics with Rick Pearson

00:23 sec | 23 hrs ago

Sheriff: 2 dead, 8 hurt in South Carolina nightclub shooting

"Sheriff's authorities in South Carolina say a shooting at a nightclub left two people dead and eight people wounded. No one immediately in custody. This taking place in Greenville, South Carolina, at a lounge known as the lavish lounge authorities that originally said 12 people were heart were hurt, but later that figure was revised. Eight wounded. Two dead in that South Carolina shooting.

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Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell announces mandate to wear face coverings indoors

Rick Hamada

00:29 sec | 2 d ago

Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell announces mandate to wear face coverings indoors

"Thursday announced a new face mask mandate for all indoor public spaces as well as outdoors when physical distancing is difficult to maintain. The mandate is part of an amendment to the mayor's emergency order that expands the requirement of the nonmedical face coverings more extensively. Then the one issued in April. The mayor's amendment, approved by Governor David E. Gate, mandates the wearing of face coverings at indoor public spaces, including private offices, enclosed malls and public government buildings.

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New Atlanta Public Schools superintendent sworn in

Atlanta's Evening News and Rick Erickson

00:36 sec | 4 d ago

New Atlanta Public Schools superintendent sworn in

"Georgia native and Spellman Alarm has sworn in is Atlanta's new school superintendent. She says she's ready to do what's right for the district's Children. I'm both honored and excited about the opportunity that is ahead of us. Dr. Lisa Herring says she's motivated by the board and the embrace she's already received from public officials as she steps into the role of Atlanta public schools superintendent Although no one can never predict the future, I can speak to what my focus is and my greatest concern. Turn that is tied to the wellness of Children and being able to make those most serious decisions. Collectively, Doctor Herring's already considering options for students and staff to reenter school this fall Post pandemic Veronica

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Young adults unconcerned by virus "may be killing" others

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:58 sec | 4 d ago

Young adults unconcerned by virus "may be killing" others

"Health experts growing increasingly concerned about the current spike in cases, Dr Ali Meqdad says the reopening processes seem to have given people a false sense of security. As we are increasing mobility and people are letting down. God, we're going to see more cases. And you have to be very careful. And that's exactly what's concerning him and other health experts in the state. The number of cases of covert 19 and Washington continues to rise, with many of these new cases found in young adults. According to the state Department of Health's Risk Assessment data. The transmission rate, which is the average amount of people that will be infected by someone with the virus, rose upto 1.6 as of June 18th. Health officials say a rate they're comfortable with is below one is given a chance is gonna spread for us. So we have to be very careful since the transmission rate was at 0.7 just two months ago, Health officials say. The last thing they want to see is rising hospitalizations almost Nick Popham reporting. No

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Italy confiscates $1B worth of amphetamines made by ISIS in Syria

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:42 sec | 4 d ago

Italy confiscates $1B worth of amphetamines made by ISIS in Syria

"Italian police have just carried out what they're calling the biggest drug bust of amphetamines ever. ABC is Megan Williams. Reports from Rome. Police here in Italy have seized 14 tons of amphetamines they say were made by the Islamic state Group in Syria. 84 million captagon tablets were hidden inside containers holding industrial paper rolls and are worth almost a 1,000,000,000 1/2 dollars. Authorities said. The drugs were likely made in Syria, now the world's biggest producer of amphetamines, and were set to be sold in Europe. They say Italian criminal clans such as the Neopolitan camera, We're likely going to handle the distribution. Meghan Williams ABC NEWS

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Seattle temporarily closes Cal Anderson Park after removing some barriers in CHOP

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

01:07 min | 5 d ago

Seattle temporarily closes Cal Anderson Park after removing some barriers in CHOP

"Has declared calendars and park temporarily closed to assess damage and remove debris, But few of the protesters have actually moved out. Seattle City leaders are faced with that vexing question. How do you break up the Capitol Hill protest zone without using illegal force? Almost Corwin Hick has that of tape. Recent violence, including Monday's deadly shooting within chop have clarified police chief Carmen Vests position and that is enough. Here she is calling on chop protesters to voluntarily disband for their own safety. Former sheriff's deputy and police consultant. Jesus Villahermosa. Doubts compliance will come easily. The protesters have really forced their hand and we're gonna have to use force. Question is what form will that force take a federal judge earlier this month approved a temporary restraining order on the use of non lethal projectiles on protesters. Including tear gas, pepper spray and rubber bullets. Without those options in their arsenal, the president of the Seattle Police Officers Guild says officers will have to use Billy clubs and their own bodies to move the occupiers out.

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New York judge temporarily blocks publication of tell-all by Trump's niece

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:32 sec | 5 d ago

New York judge temporarily blocks publication of tell-all by Trump's niece

"In New York, temporarily putting the brakes on a publication of a book by President Trump's niece. The judge imposed a preliminary injunction the temporarily blocks President Trump's niece from publishing her forthcoming book At the end of July, The judge told the parties to submit papers so he could decide whether the orders should be permanent. Trump family celebrated the ruling and called the book truly reprehensible. Mary Trump, though vowed to appeal, her attorney said in a statement. The book addresses matters of great public concern about a sitting president in an election year and should not be suppressed. BBC's Aaron Carter Ski reporting Your

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NFLPA tells agents to inform players of virus risks

Golic & Wingo

03:05 min | 6 d ago

NFLPA tells agents to inform players of virus risks

"The NFL Players Association has instructed their player agents to talkto all of their clients about the Ricks risk factors that could make them more susceptible to severe illness as the result of the Corona virus and Among the things they talk about Mike in this letter players who may suffer from chronic kidney disease or COPD, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, right immune compromised state weakened immune system from solid organ transplant. Serious heart condition. Sickle cell disease type two diabetes. And then there's this one Mike, which is the first place I went when I saw this list. Ah, B m I r a body mass index. Of 30 or higher and let me be clear, according to the BM. If you have a body mass index of 30 hire your clinic are technically obese. Now. A lot of people would have some disputes with that, and I can understand why. But if you're talking about a B m E of 30 you have just described literally. Every single offensive lineman currently signed to a roster probably even go lesson that toe linebacker and or tight and I'll get to the heights and weights in a minute and understand when they had say all these things. It's not only the players, but remember, the NFL is not going to be in a bubble, so players are going to be going to practice. Flying two trips and then coming home to family. So again, you're going to be involved in, you know, are you single that may have have Ah say on if you're going to play You're married. You have young kids, You know that You're coming home to every day from practice or from runaway trip. So And what if some one of those kids you know if they have a weakened immune system, Do you want to take that chance? So this is not just the player himself, but also the family as well. But as Faras, the bm is now there are tons of charts author. I just kind of picked a chart that basically be, am I, you know Everybody understand. You know the height and your body weight your body Mass. So it gives you how how tall you are and the wait for your B and I, And there's a lot of discrepancy about there is soul. Listen, As I said, I picked up a chart. I'm sure people will tweeted ecological lingo, different charts. If you can't great because I'd like to see some different ones because some of them you look at our like, Wait a minute like the one I'm looking at right now. Says last I checked a six foot tall is 72 inches, Correct? Yes. Yeah, Okay. Just wanted to make sure that your question is good If you're six foot tall and you weigh £221 You are right at 30 bmo. You're right at the obese, which is ridiculous. If you're and then just keep going up because you start look at tight ends. Linebackers. Obviously, offensive lineman. They're usually that you know, anywhere from six to toe got 68 Let's go to like 65 Okay, six foot five. Or 64 76 inches, 64 If you weigh £246. That's beyond my 30. According to this chart, you are considered a

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Vancouver Tourism

Travel with Rick Steves

04:18 min | Last week

Vancouver Tourism

"It's often called one of the most beautiful cities in North, America for twenty one years Kenton was the president and CEO the Tourism Authority that promotes Vancouver British Columbia to the rest of the world. During his tenure, the city successfully bid to host the Winter Olympics. City's growing into a top shelf destination that attracts to end residents from around the World Vancouver is prized for its natural beauty and recreational opportunities. recanting joins US now on travel with Rick Steves to share some of the lessons. He learned as an international tourism promoter. Rick thanks for being here. It's nice to be here. Every time I meet a tourism director for a godforsaken depressing city I won't say which ones I think. What a shame and then what I meet a tourism director for a place like. Vancouver I think you got a good Gig well has a nice city to be the tourist and promoter for well. It's terrific to be able to invite the world to come and visit your hometown, and when it's a beautiful place like Vancouver in Canada. It's all the nicer, but it brings with it the complexities because it's you want people to come want them to enjoy things. You want them to extend their length of stay. You want them to feel the things that you feel on your. Want them to meet the locals, but you know that what they wanted to come and see is. That's the mountains and there's the ocean I could touch both of them right now in the next half hour. It's a pretty special place, but you were running the show for twenty years there and Essentially you're hired to ring money out of people who come to town for the economy not to help people have. Experiences I mean. How do you balance that? Did you ever get in trouble because you have some ideals? I was constantly in trouble because. I have to remind the hotel community that people don't leave home to go stay in hotel room. They leave to go and have an experience and too many in the tourism businesses. It's about a cash registering, and that is but one element and we pushed. We had it in our mission statement. That tourism is about the financial. Ecological? Social and cultural benefits that come took community by having visitors from around the world. Spend time with them, so it's four pronged. Only one of them relates to the dollar. If we don't travel, we don't have empathy for the rest of the world here in the United States were four percent of the planet, and they're actually people in our country. That think we're exceptional and you can't think that when you travel. You just can't think that if you travel smartly and tourism can help with. With that empathy or it can actually hurt with that empathy and I'm glad that there are people in tourism that can speak up for the the real transformational value travel, sadly when I go to a tourism convention, and I meet somebody from a developing country like say Egypt. They're all about sending people to a resort and a golf course and you know something where you jet in, and you have this utopia, and conceivably you would never even meet a real person. You'd meet only this. Fancy version right and when you do get the real people and the real food and the real occasions it's uplifting spiritually, uplifting environmentally uplifting and it. It works so I like your tact in that there are challenges around global warming and around the footprint of travelers, but there are solutions that can be brought, so there are offsets that can be used off her convention. Organizers offsets for their delegates that were coming for. For the air air flight damage. You know you talked earlier about conference actually. Lou, Damore, who had more that was him. Yeah, he heads up the International Institute for Peace Through Tourism Yeah and every time, I talk about tourism as a powerful force for peace I attributed to a more, but there is also an Indian cabinet minister. That I heard once at a conference for the Pacific Asia Travel Association when we're in. A New Delhi and he addressed the group, and he said something else that I will never forget, he said. Tourism sits on the right hand of peace. I love that. Yeah, wonderful it powers it is. We've got so much in common, and there's so much fear, and the fear really is strongest with people who don't get out and when you get out, you realize. Hey, we're all in this together.

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Rick Owens on Sustainability and Why Fashion Shows Aren't Going Away

The Business of Fashion Podcast

04:59 min | Last week

Rick Owens on Sustainability and Why Fashion Shows Aren't Going Away

"The other thing I thinking about their when. Regarding fashion though was. One of the things I've really liked for the past five years is that people are talking about responsibility and that it used to be a part of the conversation before that this recent the idea responsibility when it comes to luxury. And just that in itself is a tremendous dry and. His It is become a gimmick. Sustainability and transparency is become a gimmick. The lot of people are On a bandwagon about, but if it's even if it's again makes so. What is Great Gimmick? Let it be a gimmick because I mean if three percent of it works at still a good thing so So, we're having this conversation about responsibility and then something terrible happens. And afterwards. responsibility is going to be an even stronger. Direction. I think it has to be. So somewhere. There is going to be some kind of weedy responsibility. Whoever can do it in a witty way is going win. A I haven't figured it out yet. But I'm working. I would say you know. It's interesting. I was reading back. We had some really penetrating conversations over the last decade or so and. This is where I was so happy. We could do this because I knew I was going to miss Nisa. This season. But you'll. Commentary has gotten more and more pointed the you you've you've gone some fucking about living in working bubble. To being a lot more engaged and even down to. Those last two collections last men's nor women's Fletch, ironically feeling like anticipated in a strange way, eerie way. Where we are now where you. Way You would be saying. Bigotry is my bit Wa. What? What is by Bendler big? Zeal. Where you felt compelled and comfortable, making your collections comments. Rebuttal to big X, Y, Feld responsibility. Yeah would descend responsibility. And I mean right now. We're living in a situation where which is being. Considerably Worsen. Bigotry. And by ignorance and by. Greed and self and Selfishness. Isn't it amazing how it's gotten this far? I would have thought it would have been so blatantly apparent and grotesque that something that. is obviously. We've all so many people have recognized in and spoken about it that somehow it would have. It would have been enough of a reactions been maybe just as gone far enough Maybe were still waiting for the bigger for a bigger reaction I'm not sure or a bigger a bigger challenge. The Me Guan and later. And yet the biggest challenge when you say this big one, we went sure. If this was a big one. We still don't know where so kind of owens of uncertainty but at the same time. You do say you do say something world needs beauty. And that's one of our greatest guests. While! We're here, so. Beauty and play are one of life's greatest rewards I mean when you When you're survival is somehow under control when you have. When you have enough food and you have shelter on the next. The next thing to do is play and. Adorning oneself and communicating through the way you look is a. On it's. It's an ancient ritual So it, and it's an important part of communication it's it's one of our methods of education. So yeah, it's essential in. You know when people are talking about. Our fashion shows over I really I. Know they'll always be there in one way or another

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Hundreds of businesses in West Seattle affected by bridge closure

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

01:04 min | Last week

Hundreds of businesses in West Seattle affected by bridge closure

"Hundreds of stores and restaurants in west Seattle trying to survive not only because of the pandemic but also the long term closure of the west Seattle bridge here's what some business owners told come was Caracol spinach we know that we're still five six seven eight years away from having a bridge it lets us get back to full operations under the shadow of the Bridget Avalon glassworks doors remain closed to customers but business is going well changing our business model to sell more online and less over the counter owner Shannon Felix also is concerned about access intersection will be so bad will just be choked off Tom's automotive the bridge is actually brought in more business but I'm really really worried I'm gonna lose you really a great employees seven of the businesses eight employees lived outside west Seattle and now face a much longer commute the west Seattle chamber says some construction companies don't want to bid for jobs off the peninsula home owners when Seattle bridge community task force meeting today in the city considering changes to the low level bridge that would allow for more traffic

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Summer weather could help fight coronavirus spread but won’t halt the pandemic

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:52 sec | Last week

Summer weather could help fight coronavirus spread but won’t halt the pandemic

"Some of the states with the hottest climates in the country are seeing a surge in cases right now including Florida Texas and Arizona Dr Mike Dodd said those states relaxed social distancing guidelines much faster leading to their current spike of coronavirus cases plus their oppressive heat can actually drive people inside where the virus can spread easier than being outdoors meanwhile Dr John Lynch with you dad medicine says our choices this summer will determine when and how severe any secondary surge could be in the fall that it's not only preparation for a potential second search that would come this fall or this winter what is actually to hold that search offers long as possible he wants everyone to be careful in the months ahead the vast majority of people out and about during the summer have no immediate open nineteen they are just you know open ready targets for getting

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MLB Announces 60-Game Season For 2020; Opening Day Will Be In July

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:41 sec | Last week

MLB Announces 60-Game Season For 2020; Opening Day Will Be In July

"The Seattle Mariners and the rest of the teams in Major League Baseball will report for training by July first get ready for the twenty twenty season Major League Baseball announced a sixty game season that will begin around July twenty third twenty fourth each team will play ten games against each of its four division rivals ESPN's buster Olney says division play will be an advantage for some teams there's so many games that are going to be against division rivals and of course the corresponding division in the other league could be an advantage for teams like the Cleveland Indians Chicago White Sox a plane a weaker American League central all players will undergo cove in nineteen testing before training begins and teams will work out in their home markets games we played in empty

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Man injured in third Seattle Capitol Hill shooting since Saturday

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:41 sec | Last week

Man injured in third Seattle Capitol Hill shooting since Saturday

"Gunfire erupted once again in capitol hill near the protest zone known as chop couples Franklin's he reports on what happened this time Seattle police say one person was hurt at eleventh Avenue and east anyway at the north end of cal Anderson park Seattle fire department says the victim is a thirty year old man and that he was in stable condition when he was taken to the hospital he is expected to survive tell fire says crews gather near the perimeter of the protest area around four forty this morning police told the fire department at the scene is secure so they went in to treat him and get him out to the hospital this is the third shooting in the past few days in that area on Saturday two people were shot one of them died and first responders had trouble getting in to treat them another person was shot on Sunday night

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In testimony, Fauci tells Congress coronavirus vaccine could be available by end of 2020

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:43 sec | Last week

In testimony, Fauci tells Congress coronavirus vaccine could be available by end of 2020

"Dr Anthony Fauci tells Congress today he's hopeful there may be a vaccine for covert nineteen by the end of the year the most Charlie harder tells us he made those comments at a house committee that includes Washington representative Cathy McMorris Rodgers out he says there's so much uncertainty but he is hopeful one of the vaccine trials is successful and will bring the outbreak to an end if you look at the history of viral diseases it is generally vaccines that put the nail in the coffin McMorris Rodgers R. Spokane Republican says Washington researchers have been at the forefront of that nineteen is the challenge of this century as others have said it's a health and economic crisis of our lifetime about she told the committee the next several weeks will be crucial in controlling the

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From The City To The Megalopolis

Travel with Rick Steves

05:48 min | 2 weeks ago

From The City To The Megalopolis

"It's amazing to think that. In the nineteenth century about three percent of humanity lived in cities and today. That number is fifty percent, and it's growing rapidly. We live in the age of the Megalopolis. We're going to talk about that now with Dr, Salvatori satis Dr set. This is an emeritus professor of the history of classical art and archaeology at the school normality superiore in Pisa in Italy. He's an archaeologist and art historian. He's the chairman of the Louvre Museum. Scientific Council his the author of several books on art. Art History and he's known as the conscience of Italy for his role in spot, leading the neglect of it all national cultural heritage. His book is if Venice dies, and it's a look, not only at in the struggles, Venison the twenty first century, but at the increasing urbanisation of civilization general doctor says thanks for joining us. Thank you for inviting me. Can you talk about if finished is? How much of it is about Venice? And how much of it is it about the changing urban landscape across the planet? Well my intention in writing. This book was to focus on Venice. In order to make people meditate about what's going on on on a global scale about what I would call the shape the form of the city Savannah's. Sample account that example, contrasting some of the most disturbing. Of Urbanization in our current world end, it is quite dramatic. What's going on in your book? You explain there are fifteen megalopolis. That have over twenty million people is the advent of these massive cities twenty million people cities people have to live somewhere is is that a good thing or a bad thing? Why does it concern you well? I'm concerned about the quality of life. Those people because although this organization may look something that happens naturally, it is also prompted by economic forces. It is a concentration of workforce. which is not necessarily living in good conditions in order to create profit for a very low number of people, so it's the usual formula ninety nine percent, the best one percent, the megalopolis is a consequence of a complication of the world, the general commodification of the world that includes to an increasing extent human beings. This is just a very efficient thing for the elites to have a concentration of workforce where people who will be able to work cheaper and produce more by being right there at the center of production. Is that what? What you're saying, produce more and also by more become consumers, because workers are simultaneously consumer, so there is a a bishop's or two, if you so wish seal between being workers and consumers and I, think that there are two your which are combined, and normally one is made. Opera is the big over-centralisation to the other one is the verticalisation of AF- architecture. May Boca Use a? It's an example Chung Ching in China which had the six hundred thousand people in the nineteen thirty s and now thirty four million people living in it. I talked to contrast this with a different. Format Orbis or shape of the city. A form of the city in which that is some sort of harmony of balance between the body of the citizen and the body of the city where the citizen doesn't feel The one thing I'm saying is that it is good that we presser diversity in urban form and preserving diversity means among other things saving and saving the other historical see also because there is in even more. More disturbing feature of urban farming cities taking shape in in our time, and that is the fact that wide ancient cities. Historical CDs had a boundary around the city in the case of Venice Lagoon, case of other cities, the walls around the city now the boundaries around the boundaries of the city are being gradually substituted by boundaries within the city which has boundaries between the gentrified areas. For. The Hey and the have nots. You can see that in Paris very well. This can impact is. Also in Rome or in Milan dimension, Italian cities, the gated communities are increasingly frequent all around the world, but the gated communities are for those who are wealthy or relatively wealthy, while the other people are condemned to live in favelas. Zeal or in in be don't be like this aim French. I'm just thinking of Paris. I was just in Paris with a group. And I was explaining how they protect the center of Paris where everything is the months heart, scale you know six or eight story tall monster building, so you can see the domes, and you can see the spires, and you can see the Eiffel Tower and then right when you get to the periphery. Periphery this big boulevard that circles the city outside of that. It's just no-holds-barred, and it's like keeping the Cadillac Bay outside of that periphery. It's forced of skyscrapers within that you've got the elegance of the classic people friendly city that is in a sense, a gated community, because it's unaffordable for lot of people, and they end up outside a town in the rougher downtrodden neighborhoods. This is what's going on. Your description is absolutely perfect I think. But this involves a separation with inside, which is socially potentially very dangerous for the future. which is not precisely what I would call democracy.

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"rick i" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

10:21 min | Last month

"rick i" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It's your best friend Rick I'm spending vacation working on a worldliness by ours after being openly mocked on your radio show Rick it was not mocking you those morning grants it also cannot rule his **** no I I you know you the care you can so not not Rick yeah yep Hey we will last those online right now to to be patient Jim Rooney is gonna join us there Jim's authored a new book entitled a different way to win it is about his dad Dan Rooney and the the leadership style of it the the mystery employed in some of the things that that he encountered during his illustrious career for happy to welcome Jim to the show Jim is Dave Logan Julie brown with good morning how you doing Dave Jill it's great to be with you I cannot roll my R's either well my partner who's off today Rick Lewis he he would love to hear that because he he cannot do that at all I lived in Chile and South America right after college for about two years on and off and it was embarrassing to be altar where that's important and I had no capability of saying certain words I I hear you for sure so when when did you come up with the idea how did how did you reprise this project because it it's certainly I've yet to read the book but it certainly looks like it's going to be a great read a different way to win about your dad right so I yeah we actually started the the you know the idea about the the Rooney rule which is the NFL's diversity was hiring policy we're just gonna do something for you maybe the Harvard Business Review or or you know a magazine like they are are at the business journal like that where where we talked about my father sort of work on that initiative and my father passed away and and commissioner tag with you know with the commissioner before Roger Goodell and I had a couple of meetings set up to talk about this project and he sort of encouraged me to you know tell more of his story and so we we got into the work he did at the in the NFL and I think Joe Ellis was was in in many of those meetings were my father was a lead negotiator for a labor a certainly Pat Bowlen of my father worked on a lot of things together they were very very close the work with the Steelers yeah the Steelers before you got to Cleveland the Steelers were pretty bad team and then you got there right when we we got pretty good to see how I think tried to do things since then and then that my father's work in Ireland and and when you get there so we we try to tell a story you know can you be a good person and win and and we try to show that you know their warts and fumbled along the way but I think over seventy years my father did a pretty good job at that I would I would completely agree with that what what was it like just in a in a concise way to be Dan Rooney's son to grow up at a time that that Dan was exerting his power after losing his dad in terms of the ownership of the Steelers but just to grow up in in that time period what was it like for you as a kid well it is harder to put that concisely because it was it was a special time and the I don't have a lot of really special people many you played probably within against and and great coaches and and I remember being at some of the NFL league meetings and and you know I remember John for the cowboys you know who are pretty good team in the seventies and as well and just saying yeah your father is really the guy that gets the important things done and DO just never forget that some from the cowboys would say something like that to me so yeah that kind of gave me a sign that that he was doing things right yes you know I read a couple things about your dad about he really wasn't for him to be a good person and when would you just alluded to how did you see him how's that tested for him I mean that you know big business sometimes make makes people act in different ways well it was you know it was he was he was always a test for him but he tested all the rest of us do you know if he would always say never make a decision based on money he said if if the decision making is based on money it's the wrong decision he said if you do things well you know if you if you concentrate on on your job your responsibilities the money you need will come and that was you know he he was at odds often with would be even important friends at the NFL he wants and I talk about this in the book and and you know Roger Goodell was someone he was very close with but he said I'm a Jersey wants to the Steelers Jersey but he had it looked like a NASCAR Jersey where you put your logos all over the Jersey and he said you know this is the direction in the league is headed we we shouldn't be going this way so you know there's always that that balance of of what we eat you gotta take care of your business but but he feels sometimes we we forget that we felt we forgot the game a little too often and maybe got a little too caught up in the money side we're talking with Jim Rooney Jim of course part of the Rooney family his dad Dan was the was the owner of the the Steelers for a long time inheriting that from his dad the Rooney family has been involved in the NFL in a in a class way for such a long time the the title of the new book is a different way to win I would think well let me just ask me when when when your dad was involved the ownership capacity after losing his dad I mean would you would you go to Steelers practices were you did you go I mean how how involved were you growing up in that particular kind of scenario with respect to interacting with the players or coaching older various members that Steelers organization right I ate you know whether it was a special time and and my father you know it was a job for all of us we we what we we've never were allowed to get autographs there were there were no cellphones and she did really take pictures but you never lie to get autographs but we all had to work as ball boys and you know pick up the the socks and jocks is is you know what sweat it out all the other stuff my father Giuliano was a was a smart guy because he had all the boys we worked in the locker room and all the girls work in the ticket office where the money was since he knew what he was doing you know I wanted to your dad did so many things but he really is up to a lot of people known as the creator of this the Rooney rule what do you think your dad would think about the Rooney rule today well so there's a couple things obviously going on this week but but first and foremost you know if you look at the early days of the role it really did change the whole conversation in corporate America about looking at diversity and diversity in the hiring process is is maybe the most critical points felt I think you change the conversation for all of us for the first fifteen years while he was alive and we're certainly a lot of people involved but but you know his advocacy really did drive numbers that were significant and then you had this did happen and that there's a whole lot of reasons for why we're only at four coaches and and to GM's but you know I know he would not think that was where we should be when we look at what's happened this week I think there was some progress on the process I know you've you've you now have two in the poll also so that all the data shows if you have more than one candidate in the poll your likelihood of of sort of the responding to unconscious biases blasts in and an exponentially last we've yeah we've gone to the assistant coaches which is important for the pipeline standpoint and then all the other jobs all the non football jobs you know there's women also included Joe Rooney will now is required when you do a a vice president of of communications accounting except try and and and that's not only for minorities but for women so I think we improve the process this week but yeah we'll see you know there's this process and then there's execution we gotta make sure folks are are executing if you're gonna make those changes Jim Rooney is our guest the title of the book a different way to win final question Jim as we sit here today on the twenty second of may as best your gut can identify what will the NFL season look like this fall well Dave you know we were we were sent a big member we're not allowed to speculate on that I think that you know they're gonna look at at youngest safety the players number one safety the staff number two yeah safety of our fans and and other public health consequences so smart people make those decisions and and I think they'll make the right one you know what I did not know you guys got the memo about not being able to speculate on that I I really did not and I'm not trying to get your fine because I know the living even though your last name's Rudy I know the league would find you if you if you stepped out of that deal exactly yeah Hey Dave yet another minute thank you I went to I went to a bark my brother RT the president's team and I went to a boarding school in Cleveland called Gilmour academy Sir and I think you were I think you were there right at the tail end and so there was an agent in Cleveland named ed Keating yes of course Browns players you have deep dive Doug deacon was his yeah one of his you know so I don't know if we ever ran into each other because his kids went to school with me but I'll be darned at yeah I I remember I remember the boarding school it ed Keating you know was it was iconic back in the day in terms of his representation of a variety variety of players so we probably did cross paths in in it then let me yet let me ask course what year was it when the terrible Powell came into existence because lord I hated those well it's funny you know because I because of because of Keating and and and deacon and and you guys I got to meet you guys as well I couldn't hate the Browns anymore because you guys were all such good do bless your heart bless your heart broke my heart yes you had plenty of people that went to three rivers that did however it exactly so Myron cope you know who did so in the seventies as you go into the nineties he invented it for the first playoff game I think I think.

Rick I
"rick i" Discussed on Bald Move TV

Bald Move TV

03:18 min | 2 months ago

"rick i" Discussed on Bald Move TV

"I wonder if there's like a module you can get for your portal gun like that that takes some other slice of the non Of the another finite curve or maybe rick doesn't exist and they can use that or homemade is thought of like you know we talked about how you couldn't build a universe you can build a simulator that perfectly simulates our universe. Because you don't you know you'd need at least one particle to simulate every particle in the universe right. So you'd need another worth of Shit to simulate ours. I wonder if they go off. The non finite curve US entire universes in their machines and simulations like several universities in their infinite realities. That are just running the rick. And morty software I mean that would be cool and I think you could take you could take a whole bunch of universes and use those to simulate a single universe but the trouble here infinity. Is that any subset of infringing also infinity and so you know you can say okay. Well there's a there's a finite number of these universes that have rix and more reason than but that's definitely not true in truly infinite universe. In infant universe there is also an infinite number of universes that have a rick and Oromo already in them. And there's also an infinite number of universes that don't right it's This is a brain breaking narrative. Break show breaking concept and that's why we talked about all the time because I just find fascinating to think about those things. I don't expect this show to adhere to some strict definition of infinity. Ryland they say infinity. They're throwing around terms. That means something far beyond most people's true comprehension and they're not trying to say that this is truly infinite. They're trying to put a big number out there. That doesn't limit them. Yeah I mean did not only that but also at the end of the day this is a cartoon where a guy takes a pill to grow another hole so he can have a two-tone fried so right but I'm I'm kind of like I'm thinking like you're this is a race condition like imagine. You're mister fantastic. You know you're the guy in a fantastic four to constrain his arms. You're trying to get your arms around the known universe and as you stretch your arms around it. The the universe grows because it's infinite and eventually you get to point where he's you know his his fucking arms only one atom thick and then if he tries to stretch one more breaks like you're right. You cannot physically bound than infinite concept so but like you said there's the Puerto porta-john limitations that Our emailer here Fate is talking about you. Also have the show itself conceding that there is only a finite number of finite curved space time they're primarily considered wis. Oh but still gives them so much room to get? You know I feel like infinite is useful on Rick. And morty because they can blow our minds when they want to but they can also dodge behind the D finite curve whenever they want to like say. Well there's a manageable scope to it right right and I'm not trying to like Shit. Oliver this email or I think you're right about the way that that device would need to function. There's just the way that the US infinite as a term in the show and the way that we understand infinite in the real world. Don't.

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"rick i" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:24 min | 2 months ago

"rick i" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Can you do that you're sort of did it the recorded nobody's trying to make you feel inadequate Rick I know you make yourself feel and I know where you're going well thank I cannot do that I've never been able to practice that you're gonna come over tomorrow well it was like like twenty minutes we'll sit at the kitchen table I work with all right that would be good I would love to learn how to do it from the three oh three eight oh eight Dave they came from Japan Hornets don't even have the decency to die after stinging you so these things sting you and they live on like these job I just read where bees kill a hundred people a year it's a the murder Hornets they're not as prolific killers as the the bees I guess they kill fifty you said fifty a year to pay fifty okay mmhm Joshua is going from Bloomington Illinois another another rolling your **** comment hi Josh are you doing good I I I do just wanna make Rick still better in my family I can't roll my R's not built inadequate for years my my sister can but my mom can't quite yet yeah and then the Mike Manley my wife can I can't and one of my two kids can't but the other one can't thank you try to learn that I'm sorry no you don't learn it yeah I I took Spanish in high school for like three years and I said I just couldn't pick it up I couldn't I could not roll my R's well we were in Germany last year and I was so curious about it because rolling your RC German is important for the language I asco German lady about that much and would you do if you can't roll your **** she just laughed and said there's a lot of German to can't can't roll their R's bill still speak German so it's a genetic thing the other thing that's genetic the baby ties there's you know you can't I can't roll my tongue like a taco you know you stick your tongue out but to my family members can't so maybe it's tied to that you might check your family not you can roller tongue can realize tongue ical interesting yes so I guess I can do that you know what I just was told by mom tells the story of a course I don't know if it's true or not but she said when I was born I was tongue tied for real and so when I was crying the doctor noticed it and then clipped my tongue yeah I know anything underneath yeah because it I don't think they call it they call it something else whatever it is maybe that has something to do with that yeah I don't know maybe the doctor should have put that in that I could not I could **** like Bobby Boucher everybody's talking is naturally gluten okay what you're talking about the users we've we've been at this through a you know we we got the we look at it this way too long I mean sometimes it gets the best of us it it just does stick your tongue out Dave how long is it long enough things are getting weird how long are we ready for a vacation Dave I now I've done is I'm feeling she tried to make you feel in that area now she's already well I guess they're talking about good.

Rick I
"rick i" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

12:42 min | 4 months ago

"rick i" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"When I was the last time there's just a lot more involved. There's a lot more around the team. There's a lot more noise around the coaching fraternity today. And I had to get used to that and honestly I'm just I don't know how many how many games coach doesn't matter. It was Dallas as the head. Coach is just now getting to be a little more comfortable but that was the biggest change for me being taken aback by the whole thing that developed as quickly as it did walk in at seven o'clock in as assistant in the seventy one year the interim head coach. What were this compromise? And so it's taken Awhile when Your First Head coaching job? Your stars were del. Howard Chuck and Thomas Team. How does it compare dealing with Dale Howard? Chuck and Thomas in nineteen eighty six to dealing with Tyler Sagan and Jamie Ben and two thousand twenty. Well the the difference was that I had actually played Dale and Thomas when we drafted Dale back. And when dad? You have to daily eighty-one so I played a little bit with Dale and I played a little bit with Thomas because now from the minors and then I was an assistant coach for three years. Right I had a good rapport with those guys prior to me coming in his rugged and that was in term when they fire Danny moloney coming into Dallas. I had no idea of you know any relationship at all with Tyler Jamie so again. I had to build a relationship with them and again now. My role is changed. The title has changed. My relationship with them has changed. I'm far more involved with them now than previous because just coaching the defense and coaching the penalty. Killing didn't have a lot to do with them. You know you talk to them as as a coach every day in a friend anybody day so now I've worked hard to develop a strong relationship with them and listen. I know there's been some criticism over the past about them but not scoring this and that both of these guys. As far as I'm concerned their hearts in the right place they WANNA win. Maybe the numbers are what everyone expected in based on salary based on whatever with their hearts are in the right place they WANNA win so my relationship with them is based on on that and I have a lot of respect for their character a lot of respect for what they bring to the ice you mentioned coming to Dallas and right away there were two defenseman think. A lot of people noticed right away. Their game went to a new level with you. Handling the defense Was Esselin Dell and the other is Jamie Alexia. How much did you look at these two players and said there's more here and I can get it out of them well with With Esa if all the you know when I went there last year you watch video over the summer to get a feel for the guys you don't I don't know anything about Dallas. Really really played them once or twice a year. And that was it and then when you get to work with them of all the players that were in Dallas. He's the best of them in terms of I didn't know what I was getting. And how good player he was. He's much better player than I realized. You know. He's a wonderful wonderful person. Great teammate but this guy is he's what you want from. As a coach a guy that shows up every day he works every day as a great attitude and he brings it every day but again a smart player you can play in any situation against anybody and for a young guy in all of a sudden his minutes went way up and his responsibilities went way up and he's handling remarkable meanwhile but it speaks of the characteristics of his talent with Jamie last year when we got him didn't know much about him either and it took a little while he was a healthy scratch. A couple of times then we got him settled down and we got him playing his game and we last. Jamie in the playoffs against Saint Louis and it was noticeable. When Jamie was not in our lineup. Yeah he brings a physical presence in another big guy. That can skate. Never Culture book hit and he's very laid back guy. There's no question about that so you work with a guy like that. Don't bring that personality on the ice. We need you to be physical. It's not a natural instinct. But he responded and he's confidence just grew and so. I had a conversation with them this year in training camp. I don't mind sharing with the guys that I went to Jameson Jamie. We've got to get to the point. Where the coaches aren't discussing. Are you a healthy scratch for you in the lineup like there were not behind the scenes talking about you? If you play the way you we know you can play. That conversation will not happen. That's up to you that's to me that's up to you to go on the ice and do it every day. And that's what he's done he brings it every day and He's a huge part of our team. Now being healthy scratch when we first got him to where he is today. There's both ends of the spectrum. Listen this guy can play. And he's a big help to our hockey club and a wonderful guy good teammate. In fact there was a game a couple of games ago. Somebody took a run at Miro while I was guys lasts up against the boards. Jimmy wasn't very happy about that but he understands now his importance to the team and he enjoys that role that we've given them. I wanted to ask you a little bit about the coaches association and when you first started there was nothing like that and if you ever walked in and said like that time coach to say we want to start a group you probably would have been blackballed. Well let's go back to the eighties. Yes those conversations did take place and we did try to get something going and we in some head coaches lost their job and so is this. Yeah they did and I know I'm aging myself for that. But some coaches in. That was never proven. Obviously that they were fired because we're trying to get an association goal. You guys do like in the green your we needed to get it. We know the Players Association was gaining strength. We felt at that point. We needed something We didn't have any pension benefits back. There was here's your salary. Take it or leave. It like we didn't have any strength so dissociation. Today has done a remarkable job for every coach. Not just at our level but anyone aspiring to be a coach because all the information in terms of salaries is there for you and it just opens up more doors that we haven't association so he can contact other coaches. So there's there's more interaction between our coaching now than there coaching fraternity. Now than there ever was in a lot of that is base because of the Of Our sociation. The you know we we talk about salary information and they've done a phenomenal job just getting every imagine that now we're just getting to the stage that every coach. Inara league now has a pension. We never had that before. There's probably forty percent of our coaches weren't even involved in any teams pension so the fact that we have an association now that will go to bat for us and fight for us as a group not just one or two guys which was the case before three. Markle that the steps that we've taken but it's not just the pensions to health benefits. It's you want your green card. Your visas any. Help your wheels anything you need. Our Association takes care of that. We've never had that before and I've been coaching this league. Nineteen eighty-three and and I tell my can Lindsey they. They've done a phenomenal job of bringing this association to where it is today the strength of our group. It's never been like this. The communication with our group has never been like this. Oh you gave Mike and a lot of credit for getting us to where we are today. And I tell our coaches that too because you get a lot of coaches coming into our league and I'm telling them this wasn't like this ten fifteen years ago like you guys are walking into a pretty good scenario. A lot of coaches have paid the dues paid their dues to get you to the stage but we needed the support and the they've done a great job with the League. How much support is there amongst coaches? There is a feeling that there's thirty one teams so there's thirty one head coaching jobs and everybody would you know. Knock the grandmother down an icy road to get one of these jobs. Is that like that is at that competitive. Is that is it? That dog eat dog or is there support amongst the their support. You know I'm going to different stage of my career so and I get that but for a young guy coming into our league in this. Try to talk them like. They're very very supportive. No one wants to see a head coach. Get fired do we. Do they all want head coaching jobs? Absolutely that's why they're getting into the business while getting into the industry. They all want that shot at the head coaching job but in saying that they're all very supportive each other. We're all very sad and disappointed when one of US gets fired because no one wants to go through that because been through a few more times than I wanNA remember. It's not a fun experience so you never ever want to see one of your your partners. Get fired added that being said it opens the door for someone else and yeah. There's a lot of guys that want to get ahead job. And so yeah. There's a pros and constant knee. Just hate to see someone get fired but it also opens the door for someone else. Here's my last question. You mentioned your son Ryan. He is now Iran scouting director pro scouting for the Pittsburgh Penguins. So let's just say that at some point Ryan becomes a general manager and he says Dad. I need a coach or I'll be too old by don't have already told him you become a GM. I WANNA be a consultant. Okay ask consultants the best job in the world I say. How do you get one of those jobs okay? Let's let's do it. Let's do it this way Ryan's GM and he says to you data. Got a problem with my team. I gotTa make a change. I need you to be my interim head coach just to help me see what's going on down there. Do you take a job as coach under Ryan. Bonus the General Manager Mel. That's political. Listen He's my. I would do absolutely anything. The world help them and I think we would both know 'cause that's a few years away and I'm sixty five now that that would be very short term. It lists put it this way. I would be there to extend my coaching career at all and they will then. Did you ever try to dissuade him from becoming an executive or anything like that or you were always Ryan? You've gotTa Follow Your path for first of all. He's a lot smarter than I am. Because he doesn't want to. Coach wants to be a general manager but Ryan Ryan's always had I've had the passion for the game and he played for years junior. Anyone Padilla Saint. Mary's got his degree in play the year in the East Coast. But he's always had the passion for the game and so my oldest son Ricky never played until we played a little house league in Ottawa and never steered her towards hockey whatsoever. That that never bothered me one bit and eventually rookie ended up working in the League and the Media Relations Department for Detroit in Columbus but Now he's on his own business wise but Ryan's always had that passion so I've kind of helped him with that and again. I'm glad that he's in the game because I know him what she loves the game so when they were kids. I would bring. I'd bring them to the rink in the morning. Orion run into the locker room and he'd be working with trainers he'd be doing laundry hanging up sweaters looking at equipment and then he committed. Newnan say cheese dad by a piece of pizza so as in this great right so we got to raise your level any more demanding or ricky would commit. He'd go on the computer and he'd be teaches his father how to use the computer. So Ricky. Have the brains but Ryan's always had the passion so I'm glad he's in the game and I'm but I'm really because he is chasing his dream of being a general manager and this. I never forced hockey on them. This is a natural. He's like I M. He just loves the GAME. You've done so much In this game as a player certainly as a coach in very good player. Let's go play. It's good tell the kids because there are always bugging me. Boat my low stats. There was only seventeen is back then. I might be able to be regular in this league. Today were thirty one teams. So you've checked a lot of boxes is that just what I what I'm getting? Winter Classic would have been another box. I would imagine that you checked behind the bench for the Dallas Stars. How many more boxes are there? Were direct bone. Just WanNa get a Stanley Cup. But I'm running out of time and I get sixty five now. Yeah that would be would be huge for me I want. I've coached over twenty four hundred games. I'd like to over twenty five hundred next year at some point and but the the Stanley Cup what drives me is like when I went to Dallas that last summer. It's not like I needed the job. I didn't go there because I needed a job. I want. I went there because I want to win the Stanley Cup. And there's a big difference. There had four or five other opportunities could've retired. That was.

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"rick i" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

03:49 min | 8 months ago

"rick i" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"I'll let you go eighty six year on that team. Did you want the Lakers or did you just want to win the chip. You didn't care well. Everybody pretty assumed it was going to be the Lakers. Under forget I was in a restaurant watching game one of La Houston and the Korean. Got The ball inside. And he went up for Hooky got fouled. He scored and the camera the camera pans over to Jack. Nicholson and I could read. Nicholson's lifts he said ballgame and it just seemed like this is how it was going to go and then Houston got on a roll and beat them. I believe four consecutive games culminating in the play where you know. They allowed the ball to Samson and he ebb simultaneously caught it turned and one timed it in from whatever it was twelve fourteen feet and and all of a sudden it was us and them and they played well in the final series. We one in six people remember that series as a walkover walk over and it wasn't there was a couple of things that happen to believe in in game three that that allowed them to to wind game three and then get to game for you know with with only one game difference. I believe we won game four and then plus game five and then we went home in one game. Six game six was not close. You know that was all time Larry. Yeah that was you know that was just a a wild old in crazy Boston Garden and you know Houston was a team that was they were probably best described as an upstart star team. That got to that point. But they really weren't ready for that moment whereas makers certainly had a history in would've been but it Hey that was that year and it was an amazing run. It was an amazing group of guys. Like there's at least five hall of Tamers possibly six. If you count you know Wallenberg Mikhail Parish Dennis Johnson. Maybe only five and you know it was a brand of basketball. That was just absolutely beautiful to watch last. One couple of your old head veterans said I have to ask you this and I think they know the answer so there may be putting me in trouble spot here said ask rick why. He used his ankles before coaching games. We we don't played. I always take my ankles. And what a world what happened. What happened was it was a little bit of A? You know I let the players in on it metaphorically a little bit just to let as kind of a symbol of a wrapping up and getting ready to go here you know but the truth was I. I think I had some new shoes and I have very long narrow feet and so when I get a pair of shoes the break in period was sometimes a little longer than normal and my heels. Would sometimes blister up so I would applied elastic tape. You know so that my my heels wouldn't wouldn't get shredded and so that's that's inside scoop on that and you know fortunately now I've I've found a shoe company that makes us at a pretty softening. I put them on. And that's that saved the team a lot of expense on tape. Look at that you guys shoes you got a room full amount and do your hotel good stuff. Rick Carlisle Good luck. It's going to be a really interesting seem to really interesting team and it's been fun to watch over the years and it's it's really appreciate that you took some time to come on the pleasures okay..

"rick i" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

12:09 min | 8 months ago

"rick i" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"PODCAST live from an undisclosed location occasion in New York City New York. I'm very excited to be joined by. Truly one of the greatest coaches of all time one of the most interesting people in the NBA The longtime coach of the Dallas Mavericks and former coach both the Pistons and the Pacers. Mr Rick Carlisle how are you. I'm well you're well good to be on the low post. I don't think the low post. Yeah it's fun seeing it's upon I got that of the sixteen. Th The coach of the six and four Dallas Mavericks coming off a tough loss to a very feisty Boston Celtics takes team. You are going into the proverbial lions then in a couple of days in Madison Square Garden. Although the lions are not going to be out for you they're going to be out for all sorts of other other stuff. Have you talked to Porzingas at all. About what the atmosphere is going to be like and obviously the physical stuff is brewing. Are you just like or each's laser on like the Knicks. Just beat us in Dallas was beat them. Well IT'S A. There's a lot going on. I think that's that's an accurate securit portrayal of the situation. And you know the game in two days at the garden is really kind kind of a confluence of a lot of different things that are going on the bottom line is they beat us. They played one of their best games of the year. They beat us four days ago or whatever it was it was a disappointing loss for us at home. And we've got to bounce back from that you know in terms of everything going on with KP coming back I don't need to get into a lot of that stuff you know. He's he's aware that there's going to be a lot of attention on this game and and so on and so forth we've we've we've got to focus on ourselves as a team We've got to focus on things that we need to do better that we haven't been doing well In a couple of the last three games you know I guess New York and Boston. We struggled defensively in some areas. That we gotta get spend time on that stuff tomorrow and get ourselves ready the and the game on Thursday that That I'm looking forward to a good test for our team in terms of our ability to focus in bounce back. It's very early. How would you evaluate the fit of Luca and porzingas on offense? So far it's the fit is is great. I mean those are just high level offensive players. You GotTa Guy of Lucas Abilities as a as a ball hayler playmaker maker score. You know everything that he can do. You can post. He can begin. Pass it he can drive it. Capeeze agreed shooter at seven three. And you know capeeze working his way back from a very unusual situation just in terms of the amount of time that he's been away oh it was eighteen eighteen in one thousand nine months and I don't know if any NBA player has ever been offered that amount of time and then come back. But he's doing well you know it's been a little up and down which we knew it was going to be He's had a couple of really spectacular games. He had thirty two against Portland at twenty eight against the Knicks in which was probably his best offensive game from the standpoint of rhythm and spacing and making reads Last night in Boston was a tough night for him. You know you need a poor shooting night and so you know we have a day-to-day to to sorta gather ourselves. We import practice tomorrow and then we play on Thursday practice day in the NBA. Unbelievable yeah every once in a while. Sal You get you know what I Term Quality Practice Day which means you've had one day to rest you know presumably an off day and then you're set up basically to have a full live practice and then you know the game will will follow the next day and the challenge there is to is to do the right amount of stuff right amount of of competing the right amount of you know skill building development refinement. Those kinds of things and the use of time time in the NBA is one of the real challenges chap I believe it One of the things. That's been interesting about Deluca K.. P. Fit is you're playing the two of them most of the time on if not almost all the time with a rim runner like Powell or Cleophas. Actually kind of a nice rim runner free to and it's been interesting to see like if you look at the numbers. Luca has run many more pick and rolls with those two guys with Porzingas in Porzingas is then spotting up around those guys and I wonder like obviously you've noticed that you're the coach. Those guys are elite Rim runners Lucas lab passing this year. What the heck you did him in the summer but the law passing has been ridiculous so accurate and so good? But are you worried at all that that marginalize generalizes Porzingis or that you have a ways to go to sort of make them work together in a two-man game like directly. Yeah some of this stuff is an ongoing doing work in progress. You know one of the things that were that you find in in these situations is that you know there's so much switching now in the NBA NBA. If you set up situations that are going to lead to switches you gotta be careful about then rolling down into kind of a slow moving isolation type situation because you know these are these are very inefficient situations league wide and so when we have our spacing thing the way we like it were were score on the ball at a very very high rate. And you know we're GonNa keep working on finding ways to it to integrate you know the combination of KP and Luca both in a pick and roll situation and also with some off ball actions and some other things and you know. Oh as you mentioned. We're we're pretty early in the process. So we're learning were were communicating and we're trying to make it better every day to switching in an inefficient isolation thing to I'm jumping ahead on my question list but I think one of the Great Forgotten Playoff series of your career. You just nailed exactly what you did to the other team. I want you to see if you can guess it. The other team was a huge favourite in that series. It was the first round. I don't want to give it away too much. And it's within the last last. Eight years I don't know what the Boston no no playoffs. Here you were in. As coach of the Mavericks Mavericks Maven San Antonio San Antonio two thousand fourteen. What if that series like it's these great first round series? We sometimes get forgotten. You were the team that pushed the spurs the hardest that entire playoffs. It came to a game seven. They blew out but that had like a vince. Last second shot shot. That was like kind of a sneaky epic first round series. What are you remember from that and what you did was if I recall you? Put Marian on Tony Parker and you started switching a lot of their two man action to exactly what you just said. Sort of take away their driving kick stuff right. Well you know. They were prolific three point team. And you know they're they're picking roles with their five men led to a lot of situations where a perimeter guys were having a tag the roller and they moved it so well and they got into the lane so quickly that it was hard to get out to those guys and so yeah we we did some things to get ourselves in a position to stay home Oman shooters little more and make them take some tougher two point shots. At least that was what the plan was. And you know in that particular series series. We did a lot of great things. But we're where we really fell. Short was game when we had a real opportunity to win and we had an eight or nine point lead early in the fourth quarter. And we're not able to finish the game and if you're an underdog underdog team on the road in the first two games of a playoff series. Getting that first game is so important now. We did changes everything. Everything right changes the whole series because playing from in front is really what what. It's all about an literally. If you look at how playoff series come come down you know historically or whatever we did win game two And we did win game. Three when Vince hit the shot but winning game one on would've would've put us in a much stronger position to be in a game situation at home with a chance to close it out. Just we didn't get there. We had to win game six to get it to game seven but yeah exactly I think one of the things. You're bringing up here. That's interesting and a lot of a lot of your listeners. That do follow the game closely. Asli in in great detail. People that do remember that series. The game has evolved so much since two thousand fourteen. Yeah I mean this is this is five plus years now and back in those days five outspacing was something that but no one was talking about today. It's it's the norm rather than the exception and I believe the guy that did this I was was don Nelson a golden state You know in the two thousand six two thousand seven timeframe he put five guys around the perimeter and you know he would say basically all right. Garda's one on one and goddess in driving kick. And we dare you to try to stay in front of our Baron Davis Chris and Steve Jackson and Montiel's those guys and then we're going to line-up threes and we're going to make the game fast and you gotta play in our pace and he was the first one that did it. It probably seemed gimmicky at the time but that concept it is something that today is really the signature of today's game. If you talked about the rockets were here last week and Dantonio our talking a little bit at this actual same location national right now if you talk to him about his sons teams in his big regret. Other than all the stuff to suspensions and stuff that happened to them in the playoffs was in retrospect we didn't take it far enough. Nash should have shot more threes. I should have played Marian at the five sometimes like we just didn't take it far enough and it's interesting to hear him talk about it. He's like we just just didn't feel we've we felt internally that everyone else felt it was a gimmick at that got in our heads it got in our heads that we're like maybe maybe we're being too unconventional maybe. This really doesn't work in Guy. This is interesting to hear him talk about like. That's his big regret. Well that is interesting and you know to really the first team that was able to win playing smaller Golden State. And they did it. You know speed the game up in two thousand fifteen. They're a big adjustment in their series against Cleveland was to basically put big a dollar. Five Green at the five Kalikim became in then year. Here Barnes were the four men and you know they sped it up and played faster and they did take it to an extreme. It's interesting that Mike. Mike Mike said those things you know. His Phoenix teams. Were were really really really difficult to play. I imagine it was ninety dollars then. They're playing so much faster. Yeah I mean you know. When they were in their heyday? We had pretty good teams in Indiana when I was there and we may have beaten him once or twice and one of them was a game. More Nash went on the first quarter with tweaked an ankle or something like that so we got. We got a little fortunate because he was he was really the motor motor in the engine. That was driving that whole thing to a large degree. But it's interesting that Mike would have those kinds of thoughts about it but I understand where he's coming from sometimes for inspiration so you just have to look up for more than sixty years. The Goodyear Blimp is fueled greatness on the Gridiron by providing aerial coverage of some.

"rick i" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:35 min | 9 months ago

"rick i" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Wins dot com and Rick I see eyes light up I know what you're thinking you're already thinking ahead you know about the big three at all that's coming up. about a ton. no doubt about it but I just want to make one more point before we go into that you know Sunday week released on a recorded message last week ladies and gentlemen week number for the NFL the scenes on Sunday night anybody who called the freeway caught one last week whatever goody teddy provided a look yep Saturday and Sunday got the New Orleans Saints and that was another proto typical example of a line shifting all throughout the week now everybody we know was bitten on the cowboys in that game and you know what you're looking at it on paper you've got the cowboys three and put not ridiculous numbers on the ground in the air Prescott's look fit and tastic Egill Ellie it's running it down everyone's throat the defense has been playing I'm telling everyone took the Dallas was going to go into the dome and the light it up and it just wasn't the case we saw the line coming down on that game even though all the public money was coming in on the cowboys and that's because the deeper I looked the more I saw all the sharp money out there the big institutional bats in fact it was more money placed all the saints than it was on the cowboys and that's rightfully so because let's face it was the right side of the game and anyone that actually knows what they're doing guys like me and you we made a fortune a boat load on that match up and guys this is again like you said a proto typical type of game that we were able to find the inside lane on the line and no we were on the right side from beginning to end most people wouldn't do it because teddy Bridgewater just wasn't enough out there to know whether or not he was going to be able to handle things and let's face it managed the game well the defense played great you have the running game was you know in in full shot I mean a kid acres looks fantastic what's going on it does a great game and how great would it have been for a lot of people out there you know last week we also talk about the top four teams in the league with New England Dallas the rams in Kansas city all had winning records against the spread and they went all one for last Sunday so people needed the scenes on Sunday night to bail themselves out guys with. just get involve with the program right now because you can rely on J. R. when it comes to the Sunday night game especially the Sunday or Monday night games we have all week to track the lines and without resources believe me we are razor sharp when it comes to reverse one movements just like that New Orleans singing you got free on the recorded message last week call right now to get this goal key release free.

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"rick i" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"rick i" Discussed on Broken Record

"I'm back with Rick. And I asked him about the origins of one of his most famous collaborations, Rick Rubin. Jewish kid from Long Island and the man in black. How we how did that happen, by the way, the Johnny cash thing? It's also unusual way. At happened was I had worked with almost all the artists had produced up until that time where young artists for first time artist and all the artist I signed were debut artists. And I thought it would be fun challenge to make a really good album with a great artist. Who may be hasn't done. Great work for a while. So it was more like a was like a puzzle to solve. And when I thought about the different great artists who weren't doing great work. I when it came up was Johnny cash thought is I mean, he's Johnny cash or you know, I try to turn the. Because you're. The line. You listen to much country. Not really so you think of him. And then you saw what comes next I ask what's going on with him is on record label. He's playing at that time is playing in like small dinner futures around falon that low. And he'd been dropped from his label sort of like he had been discarded by the industry at that time. And I think part of the reason that he was open to working with me wasn't because he believed in me or believed in the idea. I think he was excited that somebody cared enough to want to do something because nobody else did had he heard of you. I don't know if he had l think so why would have did he ever listen to hip hop. No. No. So you're just basically co calling. I mean through his people, I'm guessing and we met backstage at a dinner theater in Orange County. And I remember it being awkward both of us were pretty quiet who I remember sitting on the couch for a long time and not really talking. But feeling even though it was awkward I felt comfortable with them. Yeah. And there was no idea of what it would be at the time. It was just sort of. Let's go on this. Journey do something and find what's great. Did. He have I did he who is the one who I sort of. Suggested the idea of doing these strip down covers is at your idea. It wasn't it wasn't. Well, I won't. No. Stand at the gates of Bill. It's started where we were looking for songs, and we would get together. So in terms of finding the material that best fit his voice. We would do these demos basically solo demos. But there was no thought that that's what the record would be like it was more. The first stage of this. Expedition was figuring out the material that was gonna work. Give me an example of a song that doesn't fit his voice and tell me why it doesn't there's a handful of things one is he has the feel an affinity for it. If he if he doesn't feel it. It's much harder. Second is subject matter would have to make sense for in his case. It was different because there's Johnny cash the human being and the MS Johnny cash the mythical man in black and my goal. Was to make music that always fit the mythical man in black now if Johnny cash human being as well, that's fine. But it didn't have to it was more important that it was. This sort of looming cartoon figure of who he was that's that's sort of. I thought you were going to say the exact opposite. I thought you're going to say we have been joined by a dog. But I thought you're gonna say my goal was to make music that fit the the human the human. No, he had hit even done that along the way, not always so successfully. Yeah. And I think it really went back to like, I think of the great Johnny cash moments. I shot a man in me. No just to watch him die the sort of outlaw figure now. Johnny cash in real life. Never shot a man in Reno just watch him die. But the mythical man in black did, and we responded, so it was more that it was more like these sort of grueling heavy introspective or revelatory thoughts because in real life..

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"rick i" Discussed on Revisionist History

Revisionist History

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"rick i" Discussed on Revisionist History

"I'm back with Rick. And I asked him about the origins of one of his most famous collaborations, Rick Rubin. Jewish kid from Long Island and the man in black. How we how did that happen, by the way, the Johnny cash thing? It's also unusual way. At happened was I had worked with almost all the artists had produced up until that time where young artists for first time artist and all the artist I signed were debut artists. And I thought it would be fun challenge to make a really good album with a great artist. Who may be hasn't done. Great work for a while. So it was more like a was like a puzzle to solve. And when I thought about the different great artists who weren't doing great work. I when it came up was Johnny cash thought is I mean, he's Johnny cash or you know, I try to turn the. Because you're. The line. You listen to much country. Not really so you think of him. And then you saw what comes next I ask what's going on with him is on record label. He's playing at that time is playing in like small dinner futures around falon that low. And he'd been dropped from his label sort of like he had been discarded by the industry at that time. And I think part of the reason that he was open to working with me wasn't because he believed in me or believed in the idea. I think he was excited that somebody cared enough to want to do something because nobody else did had he heard of you. I don't know if he had l think so why would have did he ever listen to hip hop. No. No. So you're just basically co calling. I mean through his people, I'm guessing and we met backstage at a dinner theater in Orange County. And I remember it being awkward both of us were pretty quiet who I remember sitting on the couch for a long time and not really talking. But feeling even though it was awkward I felt comfortable with them. Yeah. And there was no idea of what it would be at the time. It was just sort of. Let's go on this. Journey do something and find what's great. Did. He have I did he who is the one who I sort of. Suggested the idea of doing these strip down covers is at your idea. It wasn't it wasn't. Well, I won't. No. Stand at the gates of Bill. It's started where we were looking for songs, and we would get together. So in terms of finding the material that best fit his voice. We would do these demos basically solo demos. But there was no thought that that's what the record would be like it was more. The first stage of this. Expedition was figuring out the material that was gonna work. Give me an example of a song that doesn't fit his voice and tell me why it doesn't there's a handful of things one is he has the feel an affinity for it. If he if he doesn't feel it. It's much harder. Second is subject matter would have to make sense for in his case. It was different because there's Johnny cash the human being and the MS Johnny cash the mythical man in black and my goal. Was to make music that always fit the mythical man in black now if Johnny cash human being as well, that's fine. But it didn't have to it was more important that it was. This sort of looming cartoon figure of who he was that's that's sort of. I thought you were going to say the exact opposite. I thought you're going to say we have been joined by a dog. But I thought you're gonna say my goal was to make music that fit the the human the human. No, he had hit even done that along the way, not always so successfully. Yeah. And I think it really went back to like, I think of the great Johnny cash moments. I shot a man in me. No just to watch him die the sort of outlaw figure now. Johnny cash in real life. Never shot a man in Reno just watch him die. But the mythical man in black did, and we responded, so it was more that it was more like these sort of grueling heavy introspective or revelatory thoughts because in real life..

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"rick i" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"rick i" Discussed on Broken Record

"Nine problems. He did five chili peppers albums produced. A Dell's Twenty-one Tom Petty's wildflowers he resurrected Johnny cash. I could go on then I met him again about a year ago because I've been talking about doing a music podcasts at by old friend Bruce had them. And I heard that Rick been talking about doing music show to which is a bit like saying that Bruce and I have been thinking about starting a pickup basketball game. And then we heard that LeBron James have been thinking the exact same thing. I mean who's pick up game? And you're gonna join the too short Canadians or LeBron. So I started going up to Rick's recording studio in Malibu whenever I was in LA just to chat and listen to music his places called Shangri LA and a waste is one of the most. Famous recording studios in the country. Built by Robbie Robertson and the band years ago. Bob Dylan recorded their an after him everyone. I mean, everyone is a main building a cottage all in white is another building that looks like a chapel and is Bob Dylan's old tour bus, which has been retrofitted as a small studio, which is my favorite place at Shangrila all on a shimmering hilltop with the sound of the ocean surf in the background. We started taping conversations. And Rick started calling any musicians he knew and Bruce started sitting down with his favorite artists. And now we had this show a podcast about musicians and their music are pickup game has come to life. My name is Malcolm Globo, welcome to broken record production of Pushkin industries. Rick, and I began recording the episode you're about to hear at Shangrila not long ago, and I was going to go back up and finish talking to him. When the Wolseley fire started one of the worst fires in L A county history. It engulfed Malibu as I'm recording. This thousands of acres burned countless homes are gone an entire community lost. So I met Rick in Santa Monica instead the afternoon after Rick and his family fled the fire. Maybe just tell me about your yesterday woke up yesterday morning. Was told that Malibu was going to be evacuated soon. So packed up the baby and left didn't really take anything took sort of what we were wearing what we had on couple of t-shirts, no stuff. Who am I just left, but time did you leave nine thirty? And you say took how many hours to get to a little over four hours to get sent him on. It's normally a twenty minute drive. Yeah. And it was bumper to bumper parking lot like traffic hallway. And did you when you were leaving? Could you see the fires? You saw the smoke. Russia picture. Kinda give you a sense of it. Oh my God. That is banana it's insane. It looks it. Looks fake looks photos. Looks like a nuclear bomb. So what do you know at this point? What do you know about your house in studio? I don't know much. I know there have been reports that the house is gone, but it's impossible to know because no one can get there. There's there's this map that the county put up of where things burned, but it's not so accurate. Yeah. But that map shows that my house is gone. Yeah. And that map shows the studios still surviving is a map on a website maintained by Ventura County. The purple colored parts are the fire is and if you zoom in right where Rick's houses, it's inside the purple area. Just and his studio is just outside the purple area that all he knew I would have been a wreck. Rick is like that. This is I can't imagine being in your shoes. It's pretty strange..

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"rick i" Discussed on Revisionist History

Revisionist History

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"rick i" Discussed on Revisionist History

"Nine problems. He did five chili peppers albums produced. A Dell's Twenty-one Tom Petty's wildflowers he resurrected Johnny cash. I could go on then I met him again about a year ago because I've been talking about doing a music podcasts at by old friend Bruce had them. And I heard that Rick been talking about doing a music show to which is a bit like saying that Bruce and I have been thinking about starting a pickup basketball game. And then we heard that LeBron James have been thinking the exact same thing. I mean who's pick up game you're gonna join the too short Canadians or LeBron. So I started going up to Rick's recording studio in Malibu whenever I was in LA just to chat and listen to music his places called Shangri LA and a waste is one of the most. Famous recording studios in the country. Built by Robbie Robertson and the band years ago. Bob Dylan recorded their an after him everyone. I mean, everyone is a main building a cottage all in white is another building that looks like a chapel and is Bob Dylan's old tour bus, which has been retrofitted as a small studio, which is my favorite place at Shangrila all in a shimmering hilltop with the sound of the ocean surf in the background. We started taping conversations. And Rick started calling any musicians he knew and Bruce started sitting down with his favorite artists. And now we had this show a podcast about musicians and their music are pickup game has come to life. My name is Malcolm Globo, welcome to broken record production of Pushkin industries. Rick, and I began recording the episode you're about to hear at Shangrila not long ago, and I was going to go back up and finish talk to him. When the Wolseley fire started one of the worst fires in L A county history. It engulfed Malibu as I'm recording. This thousands of acres burned countless homes are gone an entire community lost. So I met Rick in Santa Monica instead the afternoon after Rick and his family fled the fire. Maybe just tell me about your yesterday woke up yesterday morning. Was told that Malibu was going to be evacuated soon. So packed up the baby and left didn't really take anything took sort of what we were wearing what we had on couple of t-shirts, no stuff. Just left, but time did you leave nine thirty. And you say took how many hours to get to a little over four hours to get sent him on. It's normally a twenty minute drive. Yeah. And it was bumper to bumper parking lot like traffic hallway. And did you win? You were leaving. Could you see the fires? You saw the smoke is picture. Kinda give you a sense of it. Oh my God. That has been netted it's insane. It looks it. Looks fake looks photos. Looks like a nuclear bomb. So what do you know at this point? What do you know about your house in studio? I don't know much. I know there have been reports that the house is gone, but it's impossible to know because no one can get there. There's there's this map that the county put up of where things burned, but it's not so accurate. Yeah. But that map shows that my house is gone. Yeah. And map shows the studio is still surviving is a map on a website maintained by Ventura County. The purple colored parts are the fire is and if you zoom in right where Rick's houses it's inside the purple area just and his studio is just outside the purple area. That's all he knew I would have been a wreck. Rick is like that. This is I can't imagine being in your shoes. It's pretty strange..

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"rick i" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"rick i" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You're interested in learning more about what love and, hate, is, and, how, hates Leads to an emptiness that leads in turn to fill the emptiness with love In all the. Wrong places especially from the person who you hate school the love hate relationship date produces Guilt An emptiness a falling away from what love is all. About and of, course then you a confused about. This love suddenly feel guilty towards, guilty but you misinterpret the guilt and you're trying to make up to the person at. Intimidate you teaching them to intimidate you more My book is. Called Adam and Adam and eve syndrome Rick I. Suggest you get a copy. Of this it'll make you stand up and, probably awaken you and make you a beneficent eight six six radio ROY I also have nine tapes a tape is think an, hour and a half each nine tape set called Adam and eve syndrome you might want. To inquire you, might have might get the book. I but then you can drive, your car is like a book on tape and listen to what I have to say. And slowly but surely you'll get it In a flash lightning flash suddenly become transformed and, you won't need books anymore How to be a gentleman and the lady in your own right without books but the. Book has to explain, to you what the problem is For the time being I'm a book I'll be guide for a little bit and try to. Show you the era of your ways so don't cringe if you. If you don't like, what I'm saying give me a call make defense if you can eight.

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"rick i" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"rick i" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"Two teams in these playoffs rick that their performance belies the talent level that i see in other words they're exceeding the talent level that i see with my eyes right now and those teams are utah in boston as somebody who watches the nba like you do rick can you tell me specifically what these teams are doing in boston specifically rick i can't think of another team in the nba they could lose its two best players and be where they are right now i'd love to know from from from your is what those two teams what utah in boston are doing to perform better than what their talent level what their talent level tells my eyes well it's because defected made a commitment to go out and play defense that's where it starts you gotta be a good defensive team in both of those are good defensive teams i think he was the best in the league and so both of the coaches that gotten the guys to buy into that and if the play unselfishly and other guys who maybe before have never been put in that role to be able to help carry a team or do well that responding to that challenge they have three guys on boston that are playing better right now than they did in the regular season most players don't play as well in the playoffs as they didn't they have three guys charge exceeding their performance and output during the regular season so it's remarkable performance on their part but it all starts the fact that they all are committed to playing tough defense i have no idea how to handicap the the eastern conference rick i mean i have no idea i didn't think lebron had enough this year to get to the finals i didn't think boston had enough with their injuries i thought it would seem pretty obvious to me that we're going to have a philly versus toronto eastern conference final and now i mean it's still could happen but now it looks like any anything but do you have do you have a sense for how this is going to play out in the east well you can't put enough importance and emphasis on experience and that's what's happening right now with the experience of cleveland you do you notice who started their games.

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"rick i" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"rick i" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Rick i was reading her bell always right there just publish a story about a trip that the washington redskins cheerleaders were required to take to costa rica in two thousand thirteen they were taking pictures for a cheerleader calendar and then the writer says that the cheerleaders told her that they were required to be topless and there were all male sponsors from different people that were sponsoring the event and they were allowed to be quote up close and access the photo shoots and then one night of the trip there were thirty six cheerleaders according to these women the squad's director told nine of the women that they had been picked to be personal escorts at a nightclub to go out with the sponsors the trip didn't involve sex but when this was announced some of the girls started to cry now the redskins cheerleader director says that none of this is true but the cheerleaders say that it's true it's a she said she said situation apparently some of the girls left the squad when they got back because they were so upset and so they were saying that they didn't feel safe because they were on the squad sunday felt like they were supposed to be protected and then they were putting these really really uncomfortable situation step up new york times is basically put a link on their website said hey if you're a freshman cheerleader they can you could submit information they're gathering these stories in vetting them before they publish them this is exactly what happens they wanted an exotic location for their calendar shoot they went down there and we've all seen the quote unquote tasteful topless pictures where you can't see anything in the photograph but in between the photograph everybody sees everything and self these sponsors redskins sponsors were able to sit in on a photo shoot that's absolutely ridiculous and then the article says that the men handpicked for told the organizers which cheerleader they wanted at the club event and so even though it wasn't sexual in nature they still like my favorite cheerleader is susan i want susan to be escorting me to this sanctioned event it's ridiculous and on top of that one detail that is found crazing the story the the organisers nfl team said we're not gonna pay you for this but you get free airfare and free food at the at the.

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"rick i" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"rick i" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Had your car stolen have you ever had your vehicle stolen truck car whatever the case may be i don't mean property talking about car that you drive in and what was it like if you got it back was it awkward was a disconcerting did it feel strained i've never had my car stolen but i know rick i would feel not vulnerable but i would be like if someone broke into my house which i'm not aware of happening either knock on wood but you do feel yeah violated was the term i was gonna see abused burglarized twice in the lower forty eight not fun had a car burglarize never had it stolen there's been a couple i wanted someone to steal and they did yeah that's right that was my first and second the same i had someone lift my tires all four my tires and put my my member you asked what was my coolest car mustang i said gt five point yeah that's why i go with crappy rims i liked him but it just it was like gain eight hundred twenty it's it's mind boggling.

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"rick i" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"rick i" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Jeff leopard get enough credit for how they stood by you when you had your accident and joe had a recent quote recently about the acd situation which i'm sure you heard the kind of racism news about saying hey you know and i said this myself right after the ecdc thing happen i am was on the air and i said wait a minute a hearing issue and he's gone already like this is a guy that gave you thirty two years of back and black and i remember rick i said this on the argo for god's sakes death leopard had a drummer that lost an arm and they stuck with him and he still in the band how do you so let's talk a little bit about your thoughts about that about what joe referencing that recently but even at the time of the accident which was what eighty four the was there any any fiber in your mind recovering from that that hey i'm just i could still be the drummer deflected for the next here we are thirty some odd year well when it when it first came round a it was horrible un i thought it was all over an just did did the the amazing love and encouragement that i go from my family an dumb an radi the guys in the band as well and then just hundreds of thousands of lives from all over the world um it was classy because they never once put pressure on me to make a decision whether i wanted to do this o'neal it was like will come on and you know times up what it what are you gonna do nobody ever gave me the ultimatum and i think that was the part of it the ridi drew me by king because it was on my terms where they they they allowed me to just you know discount of integrate what had just happened to me was pretty major it you know and they're at and then and then radi uh make the decision myself whether this was something that already won.

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"rick i" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"rick i" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"That what whatever he did didn't resonate in his mind it it it didn't did didn't fit he there was nothing he could drink it away even even if he did something for charity wouldn't make would make good i can a facebook message from rick i asked the question if you considered suicide what was it that brought you back from it wave you've if you walked right up to that edge and thought about doing it what was it that brought you back why did you choose to not go through it i all the answers are great by the way uh rick gets me on facebook says i pictured my mom sitting up my funeral and how devastated sheep field i like that answer because it kept rick alive joey three three six thirty seven hundred if you've considered taking your own life what was it that went through your mind at made you decide to not because there are others who need to hear that shelman live and local seventy warning if you're drowning in debt you can't afford do not look the credit card companies trick you into thinking that you have to pay it all back because you don't what the credit card companies don't want you to.

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