16 Burst results for "Roberto Rodriguez"

"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on Fight Boyz: A Pro-Wrestling Podcast

Fight Boyz: A Pro-Wrestling Podcast

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on Fight Boyz: A Pro-Wrestling Podcast

"Likes technical wrestling. Everybody likes comedy wrestling but death matches the one that gets the bad rap anyways because people sets because people like nick gage almost die boy promises to twitter for coming to the defense of eddie guerrero. Who honestly didn't he defend. Like we all know these amazing other. Many one also happened on twitter last week. But this is fed adjacent. So i am going to have to talk about something. That happened at money in the bank. But during the men's money in the bank match fe jackson. Who has the weirdest back and forth with biggie on twitter. Just tweet it out if biggie wins a leak minute here because she hates biggies so it was just like. I'll leave my nudes if he wins. This isn't happening. And the biggie one. She's off. Dan shin to be fair that i would do that too. I've seen people on read it. Who have said this horribly. Like this thing that's never gonna happen is going to happen or i'll shove a banana up my ass and then it happened and guess what that person did ram but the beauty of this is the fact that twitter started calling out. Fay jackson and i mean everybody on twitter. War was getting involved. Big us everybody to a point where sugar dunker ten finally said we are going to take you to court and they did exactly that they had a live wrestler's court on twitter through spaces where you had the judge who was tasha steals the prosecutor sugar dunk ten and the defendant big swollen. Was there meaning. Cedric who's probably listening as well. Sorry what was what was big swells. Defense i have to know. Oh no no like. They started getting into intense. Shit of just like no. You don't understand. This is the character. The this is what the character said. But you want this person to to put out a nude and possibly rectified. Their entire standing on twitter possibly get the account taken away and then sugar pigs should just kept coming back and getting angrier and angrier and it was amazing but they throw and can we so When can we expect these nudes. Oh no no. Unfortunately i guess. Fortunately jackson has been declared innocent should started quoting training at one point and that last great they broke spaces twice. They trended at number one on twitter. and during that d lo brown was there like just listening not even part of it. Yeah exactly your woods. Sunny kiss cedric. Leave abate soo young darius. Martin roberto rodriguez drake maverick high spots of official twitter account anna jay. Sean raw sep. Shane taylor booker t. Legend is allies..

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"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"In lebanon beyond the fact that there's a desperate need for an injection of foreign currency in the country. Foreign currency has been depleted. People have that has caused the currency to dramatically lose. Its value the currencies and free fall. That's gone from Thousand five hundred to the dollar in previous years and months to now being twenty two thousand so this is over ninety percent drop in people's salaries their savings. Imagine just going to the bank and finding your wiped out everything you've saved your whole life. Imagine picking up your paycheck and getting you know maybe ninety five percent less of what you normally earn. How would you survive at the same time you're faced with quadrupling prices and supermarkets just to give you an example. Just a small box of floss in cost up to twenty twenty five thirty dollars Nowadays toothpaste the same so this is just an example of the price of meat. People are are not even able to afford to eat meat anymore in lebanon for the most part There's been a dramatic decrease. In sales and restaurants have closed businesses closed businesses. That employ people have been closing. It's really nightmarish. Scenario in many ways for the people who have been through so much Lebanese through wars every decade. And now there's an economic war on the country very hard for someone. Living in a western country to imagine how difficult what a rapid decline in lifestyle people have had in lebanon. People didn't live a very different lifestyle in many ways from people in in western countries to some extent. And now they have you know. Seen a dramatic decrease in their living standards. The general consensus is definitely. That lebanon needs an injection of currency live on needs an investment. You know i think what would be you know a real savior in these situations as a psychological you know confidence in the country and we know that the global financial markets are very psychological so if there was some kind of a western firm or Some other country who wanted to invest in in lebanon to build some kind of factory or manufacturing products. This would definitely be something that would help the people in the country to stand up on their own two feet however there is again this feeling that the international community is not interested in helping on stand on his feet interested in definitely having lebanon as a country that can be manipulated country that can serve strategic interests for other countries whether the western countries or the eastern countries whether iran and its allies of the us and its allies again. Don't really see lebanon as a country. They want to be independent. They want to have definitely A sphere of influence over This various strategic place so the hope that lebanese have the others will help them has always has almost never been to the benefit of the local people So again this is something that is maybe Hard to To imagine the national community coming through on this there was always the hope that some will actually help lebanon to help people And not to advance foreign interest. That was happy. Better investigative journalist and founder of the new site beirut report dot com. If you missed his other reports this week listen back online at monocle dot com to this week's episode of the globalist. Let's continue now. Today's newspapers joining me from osceola. Headquarters is flooring egli senior associated for the swiss foreign policy. Think tank good morning flurry. And how is due for stress in ninety this morning morning. Mit's looking nice and bright summaries here prophecy proper. Arrive right okay. So what papers are we taking down to the body this afternoon. And what are we going to be reading. So i've been reading already. Older swiss newspapers targets on zeiger ends. It's at looked through the new york. Times a bit of french. Loan and germany suit dorchester. So we have a big selection in front of us here. Why are we starting So let's let's take off in zurich showy so this is a bit of an entertaining story because syracuse or switzerland is typically regarded as as you know serious and organized and country with with structures in place. And now we hear of bit of corruption. I would say so roberto rodriguez. He's a social democrat. And he presides district school supervisory body and there is a bit of a scandal around him because he applied as a headmaster of another school a school which he oversees. Now he gets the job. Obviously he resigns from his old job and then receives three point five annual salaries of compensation from the city of surik. Which is six hundred fifty thousand. Because he has to resign early you know as he previously applied for job that he himself kind of gave to himself. So this is really. This is really interesting because there is outrage from old parties and but it kind of points to to a larger problem. I think that you know. Many cities in switzerland and and prep sauce around the world Ceric particularly has been governed by a very stable coalition of the The social democrats and some other left wing parties and there is just not enough political challenging there and That results in very absurd situations where you know. These people know them. No canadair peers for for tens tens of years and then i'm just you know reach these deals. Which which is which is just extremely unpleasant. And and Yeah it's kind of frustrating. If you live in the city and the co- the courts in in in the in the targets anti-graft that people are saying that there is a lack of distance here and that this does not work. I mean lack of distances very diplomatic way of saying that. There's a possibly a wider problem here and eat it. endemic is. Is this an isolated incident. I'm not sure. But i think what's endemic at least in my personal view as that you know this. Lack of political challenging or political competition in the city of eric has led to some outrageously expensive project. You know not just not just here in terms of you know This this one this one guy getting job and then a compensation package But also in terms of a load of infrastructure projects said that have just gone over budget crazy and there are no political consequences. Parliamentary executive buddies and actually under people have served all extremely aligned with their. You know seventy five percent in favor of the of the left wing coalition so there is never really a credible threat stood anything You know gets gets investigated for real and really thoroughly. And i think that's that's a release you. Here's what i would say. That part is endemic. Let's head to the new york times and Stories about beijing and climate change. Yes so then. The both no-one stories in the in the new york times one is in taiga. And i think Is interesting because both are kind of big policy approaches. That beijing is taking so the one is that beijing has launched the world's biggest carbon markets. So that's i would say really progressive policy. Righted follows kind of footsteps of the european union. Which is now the second biggest car market And it put a meaningful price on carbon emissions so at six point eight swiss francs which is approximately six euros Which is well below what we have in europe but it's still a reasonable kind of starting price. So that's a credible policy right and then on the other hand you have a big story in the new york times about how beijing is trying to regulate in. I would say parents do..

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"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"We're talking to madison banana founder of the nonprofit voices of strength. But he's a tell us what are demanding now so many now fast forward years later so many facts and truth have came out all that that i shared with the first narrative with not true. My brother was dressed. He was assaulted in his home before cups and he did not assault them. And i've seen the video at heard the audio so we want full. Transparency want his case reopened but right now with everything going on in the country and police killings being brought to light and we are acting with other families that all of our cases be open because there is so much corruption so much horrible things behind oliver killings. So that's why. I work with the other families as well because it's happening to all of us. How bad my story is which i just shared a piece of. It's horrible but all the other families that i work with. They have similar stories just as bad just we have our own unique twist to it but ultimately we go through the same things. I'd like to bring thought haridas back into the conversation. This whole issue of reform. There's been all this talk now. In the past year since the death of george floyd about ways to reform or even fund the police you have a long history in dealing with police abuse. What is your sense of where these calls were reform or transformation of policing are going to go on. I'm in full support of all of that. The problem would i'm sitting. Is that if an officer simply says they were there for life. None of those. How that doesn't mean you. Stop everything that you can do. Is late body cameras that that was not happening before you know of accountability project a center on that stuff have been there. A number of things that happens of i personally. I mentioned a second ago. Thirty forty fifty years to life. That's the only gonna stop this however one of the things that we're doing this project is looking at going to the international criminal court at the un and the always version. Also we've gone to the un before the convention on racist we other races. It's not enough to go to the criminal level where they hunt down nazi seventy years after the by buddy such as mentioned families off killings have no statute of limitation. That's why you're able to hunt down. People you with money said is every single family has the story in their powerful. And they have to live in relive in. It's inhumane so i personally think of anybody that comes up with the reforming can pass great it but we can stop there. We have the continuing. It'll transparency access to videos everything you know when when the cameras started happening people said all it's gonna be over now you don't but you know all the jones were talking about how many prosecutions i had to watch probably over a thousand videos by book but you'll keep book Doesn't really matter you can see in. They'll say hi. You didn't see what happened before or those would have announced awards you know. There's a man in out of acres of who was killed a weapon. They found a crucifix on him. The francisco seven there was a daniel who had a state of washington who was killed carrying south. You know we was the great grandson of chief. Joseph air that helpful rate that to me. That's the scariest thing you don't scare then acoustics in a way because everyone has a cell phone so they if they wanna claim that i saw shiny objects and they're gonna find a cell phone. I'm pretty much everybody you know. It's you know the problem is not policed by themselves. It's the judicial system and it's the politicians are cowardly It's our society as a whole you know. Let me tell you even covers every single day. We society based on those that have also basically. We've been i. I look at it like those that are considered human those those that are mattress rate. I just wanted to thank you very much for being with us and say that we want to have you back on when you have your final report. Roberto rodriguez says the director of the rosza database project which just published the preliminary report titled deaths of people of color by law. Enforcement are severely undercounted Roberto rodriguez is at the university of arizona author of several books including yoki a warrior summoned from the spirit world testimonials on violence and police violence in black brown and indigenous communities. Also the book justice a question of race where roberto rodriguez details his own experience after a brutal beating at the hands of la sheriffs in march of nineteen seventy nine and we wanna thank muddy so but eta founder of the nonprofit voices of strength works with families of other victims killed by police. Her own brother michael but eta was killed by woodland california police in february of two thousand seventeen coming up. We go to canada where the bodies of two hundred fifteen children have been found on. The grounds of former residential. School were indigenous. Children were sent after being forcibly separated.

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"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"We're talking to madison banana founder of the nonprofit voices of strength. But he's a tell us what are demanding now so many now fast forward years later so many facts and truth have came out all that that i shared with the first narrative with not true. My brother was dressed. He was assaulted in his home before cups and he did not assault them. And i've seen the video at heard the audio so we want full. Transparency want his case reopened but right now with everything going on in the country and police killings being brought to light and we are acting with other families that all of our cases be open because there is so much corruption so much horrible things behind oliver killings. So that's why. I work with the other families as well because it's happening to all of us. How bad my story is which i just shared a piece of. It's horrible but all the other families that i work with. They have similar stories just as bad just we have our own unique twist to it but ultimately we go through the same things. I'd like to bring thought haridas back into the conversation. This whole issue of reform. There's been all this talk now. In the past year since the death of george floyd about ways to reform or even fund the police you have a long history in dealing with police abuse. What is your sense of where these calls were reform or transformation of policing are going to go on. I'm in full support of all of that. The problem would i'm sitting. Is that if an officer simply says they were there for life. None of those. How that doesn't mean you. Stop everything that you can do is late body cameras that that was not happening before you know of accountability project a center on that stuff have been there a number of things that happens Of i personally. I mentioned a second ago thirty forty fifty years to life. That's the only thing that's gonna stop this however one of the things that we're doing this project is looking at going to the international criminal court at the un and the the always version. Also we've gone to the un before the convention on racist we other races. That's not enough. It's to go to the criminal level where they hunt down. Nazi seventy years after the by buddy such as mentioned families off killings have no statute of limitation. That's why you're able to hunt down people you know With money said is every single family has the story in their powerful. and they have to live in relive. Know it's inhumane. So i personally think of anybody that comes up with the reforming can pass great it but we can stop there. We have the continuing. It'll transparency access to videos everything you know when the cameras started happening people said all it's gonna be over now but you know all the jones were talking about how many prosecutions i had to watch probably over a thousand videos by book. But you'll keep book Doesn't really matter you can see in. They'll say hi. You didn't see what happened before or those would have announced awards you know. There's a man in out of acres of who was killed the dot weapon. They found a crucifix on him. The francisco seven there was a daniel who had a state of washington who was killed carrying south. You know we was the great grandson of chief. Joseph air that helpful rate that to me. That's the scariest thing you don't scare them. The crucifix in a way because everyone has a cell phone so they if they wanna claim that i saw shiny objects and they're gonna find a cell phone. I'm pretty much everybody you know. It's you know the problem is not policed by themselves. It's the judicial system and it's the politicians are cowardly It's our society as a whole you know. Let me tell you even covers every single day. We society based on those that have also basically. We've been i. I look at it like those that are considered human those those that are mattress rate. I just wanted to thank you very much for being with us and say that we want to have you back on when you have your final report. Roberto rodriguez says the director of the rosza database project which just published the preliminary report titled deaths of people of color by law. Enforcement are severely undercounted Roberto rodriguez is a professor. At the university of arizona author of several books including yoki a warrior summoned from the spirit world testimonials on violence and police violence in black brown and indigenous communities. Also the book justice a question of race where roberto rodriguez details his own experience after a brutal beating at the hands of la sheriffs in march of nineteen seventy nine and we wanna thank muddy so but eta founder of the nonprofit voices of strength works with families of other victims killed by police. Her own brother michael but eta was killed by woodland california police in february of two thousand seventeen coming up. We go to canada where the bodies of two hundred fifteen children have been found on. The grounds of former residential. School were indigenous. Children were sent after being forcibly separated.

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"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"We're talking to madison founder of the nonprofit voices of strength. But he's a tell us what are demanding now so many now fast forward years later so many facts and truth have came out all that that i shared with the first narrative with not true. My brother was dressed. He was assaulted in his home before cups and he did not assault them. And i've seen the video at heard the audio so we want full. Transparency want his case reopened but right now with everything going on in the country and police killings being brought to light and we are acting with other families that all of our cases be open because there is so much corruption so much horrible things behind oliver killings. So that's why. I work with the other families as well because it's happening to all of us. How bad my story is which i just shared a piece of. It's horrible but all the other families that i work with. They have similar stories just as bad just we have our own unique twist to it but ultimately we go through the same things. I'd like to bring thought haridas back into the conversation. This whole issue of reform. There's been all this talk now. In the past year since the death of george floyd about ways to reform or even fund the police you have a long history in dealing with police abuse. What is your sense of where these calls were reform or transformation of policing are going to go on. I'm in full support of all of that. The problem would i'm sitting. Is that if an officer simply says they were there for life. None of those. How that doesn't mean you. Stop everything that you can do. Is late body cameras that that was not happening before you know of accountability project a center on that stuff have been there. A number of things that happens of i personally. I mentioned a second ago. Thirty forty fifty years to life. That's the only gonna stop this however one of the things that we're doing this project is looking at going to the international criminal court at the un and the the always version. Also we've gone to the un before the convention on race we other races. That's not enough. It's to go to the criminal level where they hunt down. Nazi seventy years after the by buddy such as mentioned families off killings have no statute of limitation. That's why you're able to hunt down people you know With money said is every single family has the story in their powerful. and they have to live in relive. Know it's inhumane. So i personally think of anybody that comes up with the reforming can great it but we can stop there. We have the continuing. It'll transparency access to videos everything you know when the cameras started happening people said all it's gonna be over now don't but you know all the jones were talking about how many prosecutions i had to watch probably over a thousand videos by book but you'll keep book Doesn't really matter you can see in. They'll say hi. You didn't see what happened before or those would have announced awards you know. There's a man in out of acres of who was killed the dot weapon. They found a crucifix on him. The francisco seven there was a daniel who had a state of washington who was killed carrying south. You know was the great grandson of cheat. Joseph That helpful rate that to me. That's the scariest thing you don't scare then acoustics in a way because everyone has a cell phone so they if they wanna claim that i saw shiny objects and they're gonna find a cell phone. I'm pretty much everybody you know. It's you know the problem is not policed by themselves. It's the judicial system and it's the politicians are cowardly It's our society as a whole you know. Let me tell you even covers every single day. We society based on those that have also basically. We've been i. I look at it like those that are considered human those those that are mattress rate. I just wanted to thank you very much for being with us and say that we want to have you back on when you have your final report. Roberto rodriguez says the director of the rosza database project which just published the preliminary report titled deaths of people of color by law. Enforcement are severely undercounted Roberto rodriguez at the university of arizona author of several books including yoki a warrior summoned from the spirit world testimonials on violence and police violence in black brown and indigenous communities. Also the book justice a question of race where roberto rodriguez details his own experience after a brutal beating at the hands of la sheriffs in march of nineteen seventy nine and we wanna thank muddy so but eta founder of the nonprofit voices of strength works with families of other victims killed by police. Her own brother michael but eta was killed by woodland california police in february of two thousand seventeen coming up. We go to canada where the bodies of two hundred fifteen children have been found on. The grounds of former residential. School were indigenous. Children were sent after being forcibly separated.

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"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"We're talking to Marissa Burnett a founder of the nonprofit voices of strength, but he's a tell us what you're demanding now. So what weird to menu? Now dashboard for years later. So many facts and Truth have came out all that. That I shared with the first narrative was not true, my brother was dressed, he would not, it's all students home before cops and he did not assault them. And make seen the video. I've heard the audio so we want full transparency, want his case reopen, but right now with everything going on in the country and police killings being brought to light and we are asking with other families that all of our cases be open because there is so much corruption. So much horrible things behind all of our Kelly's, so that is why I work with the other families as well because it's happening to all of us. How bad my brother story is which I just shared a piece of, it's horrible. But I'll bring families that I work with. They have similar stories just as bad just we have our own just unique twist to it, but ultimately we go through the same things. And I'd like to bring Roberto Rodriguez back into the conversation. Roberto, this whole issue of Reform. There's been all this talk now in the past year, since the death of George Bush about ways to reform or even defend the police. You have a long history in dealing with police abuse, what is your sense of where these calls were reformer transformation of policing are going to go? Is I'm in full support of all of that. The problem of what I'm saying is that if an officer simply says, they were there for their life, none of those reforms are going to help him, but that doesn't mean you stop everything that you can do is kind of like body cameras that that was not happening before. You know, accountability project, Etc, all that stuff off. I mean there's a number of things that have happened and number of responses. I personally, I mentioned a second ago, Thirty forty fifty years to life. That's the only thing that's going to stop this. However, long one of the things that we're doing is part of the project is looking at going to the international criminal court at the UN and the OS version. Also, we've gone to the UN before the convention on race and we all other races. That's not enough, is got to go to the criminal level where they hook down Nazi seventy years. After the fact, my research has mentioned family off. You know, Julius have no statute of limitation. That's why you're able to run down people, you know, and and when Marissa said is angry, every single family has a story and their power off and they have to live and re-live, you know, and it's, it's inhumane, you.

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"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on Directors Cut Radio Program

Directors Cut Radio Program

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on Directors Cut Radio Program

"Dan by dumb banned from middle school. I was like fourteen when i made that fourteen year. Old bitch when record in a shower on like a teac four track mixer. It was great. Those were the days on the. We have chris maloney who. Hey oh all right. We're almost done with the shows or anything that we need to get in there before we finish the show because we had mastered ken in our last segment. those that are on the online stream. Didn't get to see or hear it but we will soon. We actually have videos. We're doing here so yeah. Is there anything that oh yeah. He never sent to the video. We're just waiting on the video weightier. We'll just do it for one of these days and just play it like it but is there anything news or anything that you want to add or reviews they wanna throw in because we're at the end of the show already. the show. Flu binder smarter talk real quick at disney plus for for my vast difference -pointment this week in the new show marvel legends. We'll happen A lot of people seem to share my sentiment on the on the interwebs but They built this kind of as as a a history or background on characters to give you a little bit more information more going into you know their new shows that are coming out since one division is premiering this week The first two episodes were wanda maximov and division However these were basically just like fans super cuts of all the movies that have come out so far episodes like a total of like seven minutes tops. And it's just like a clips package of all their appearances in the marvel cinematic universe so far it's like the cliff's notes version of the. Oh nobody actually like sat down and did a whole quick documentary. There's no interviewing anybody know like who came up with these characters and you know what was their inspiration note. It's just a clip show of the important moments throughout the twentieth. Six movies or so that we've had so far. Yeah the only quipped clip show that i actually enjoyed. Was i think. The second episode of the clerks animated series I enjoyed the joke. In the first episode. where they said previously on clerks excrete. Yes that's great. I love the what was it. This was the second episode right that they had the clip show episode with a clip show. Because they get caught in the freezer and they keep making the ice planet hot references. Yeah that's what. I was such a good show and it needs to be brought back. They were going up against Survivor the very first season. Yeah was like after the super bowl and it was a weird time slot and they only let it run for like two weeks before they cancelled it. Yeah they got to the clip show and everyone was like what the hell is this. But it's so clever and ridiculous. Yeah i'm down with that show. They should relaunch it. I bet you they could get it. Launched again on like netflix. Or no adult. What's call it. Amazon would totally do it. Because kevin smith is on everything amazon. Speaking of kevin smith awhile. He's kevin smith's men hosting a virtual things this last year and he's also doing the critics choice award super award thing tonight. The super awards tonight on. I don't know. W i think yeah in lilly. She did a song and she acted and the heroes movie where it has a bunch of kids and apparently it's like number one or number two family movie. I'm just like how is it. That i feel like i'm watching so much stuff but yeah i can. I can still miss like the number one thing that like mainstream family people are watching. And that's probably you would have snap that up isn't that the sequel to shirk boy in lover girl. Yes i think so. Yeah yeah. The robert aurora. Yes yes so. I was looking up the instagram's yesterday and that's basically how i found out that i'm behind and really really behind and so i'll i'll have to get with it at some point but just through the instagram postings of the actors and the kids and all the kids that are tagging roberto rodriguez and they're like thank you so much you're using for making this possible and blah blah blah blah blah So all these kids are super excited that they have a chance of like losing their childhood and now becoming a a young actor. Much you ready to lose your childhood. Hey chemical ali kokin like host camps here on like how to be a kid and like not try to work. If you're under the age of twelve. I think like around teenagers. That's kind of okay. I mean i started babysitting and being pretty full-time watching three to four kids regularly during the week at thirteen fourteen years old and then by the time. Oh seventeen or hudson you know. I think the the kids that got big really quick when crazy calling is just very more. His podcast bunny ears. There's a little show. Yeah can you tag bunny ears and tell them you want director's cut radio and macaulay culkin's podcast just mash up somewhere under the show. We're done beats no tweet us might've dan. thanks. Chris love you. That was very fast. Show for some odd reason went by quick directors. Cuck so good. Even your neighbors had a cigarette. Director's cut radio dot com..

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"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Who appreciate the moment I like that. I like that energy early on this Saturday morning. But and I probably have been too harsh on Brady. I really have cause Of what he's accomplished in his career. But I can't help how I feel about it. You know when I'm watching the you know, And that was my entry point to this conversation was that opener between breeze and Brady going back and forth, considering with those two guys have accomplished throughout their career, 855 to 124227855. 212 For 2 to 7. You can also get at me at Robin Lundberg on Twitter. That's r O b I n l u n d b E R G ah, Roberto Rodriguez Tweets and I live in Houston in the discussion on the radio I heard was is to Shawn Watson regressing since that amazing rookie season. Look, I I've never quite put Shawn Watson in the same class as Wilson or Mahomes or or even Jackson now, but I don't think Sean Watson's really regressing. I think he's a pretty good quarterback. I just think that the situation around him has regressed a little bit mean they were in the playoffs Last year, they were up 20 for nothing. On the chief's last year, but there's been a lot of turmoil around him and turnover around him in Houston, and I just don't love the support system there so much. Let's go to Chris in Birmingham, Alabama. Chris, You're up next here on CBS Sports Radio. What's going on, Chris? Thanks for having the rabble number I do. I give my opinion on it. I feel you can win with pretty much any quarterback on this week. Um, I don't live like cattle like categorize, say the Total back are dying breed of any kind of I mean, I'm like I'm saying in a sense of light Like you have a quarterback inability to stand place, but you didn't go there. Did one president feel like multiple asset protection that no like a quarterback and throw a ball and questions so I mean, you know, I mean, and block was so I mean, Can I wear seat is well, well, Romney. I see that. Ah, there you have a tendency to put quarterbacks on a very high pedal still compared to other divisions on the field. It is And this is what we can see you like the most The most most best, the most important position in team. I mean, we'll be well, we can't answer it like Consider who snaps the ball to Miz reports mission thinking that canned also snap it off from them in his off constantly. I mean, we can't even bury him again. Play without Throwing up, so I mean, like, I think about it like we can name Crash, One of the great SUVs would became name. It became well, Fabrique enable these five would be while I'm in office level linebacker who would not end in the game right now in nine days and And they don't even give them next year and we still can't give them announce me and also love her like is that like Reason what quarterbacks so good and get past that much? The FDA. So can't like the defense nowadays, they think, thank you thinking this is a bit pigeonholed because they get called for unnecessary calls or Maybe hit a quarterback on the top of the head when he stands like Get any bail intestine so I mean, if you have to honestly take into account like they have been looking all cases the point that they let my sexy next I believe I can win with taking a quarterback Magazu vendors reverie. Well, I mean, Taysom Hill is a different style Quarterback. Yeah, Obviously, we don't even know if he's technically a quarterback and appreciate the coal man. Ah, No, I mean, what would his position is at the moment They're playing this firm to be a quarterback? Technically, I don't know if he's deployed as a quarterback at the moment, right? Your right to a degree. I mean, I brought that up near the top of the show. Is that when we are discussing football in the NFL in particular We spent so much time on the cubes and the skill position players and that's how we sort of define whether team is good or not, And there are a lot of other aspects that go into whether a team is good. And a lot of that in the trenches. A lot of that. You know the pass rush the coverage cornerbacks, you know, having ah, defense of captain who Khun figure out what's going on the offensive side. So many different factors. Point You know, you could go on and on analysts and that does not get The representative coverage in the media. When it comes to the pure analysis of the winning and the losing and who is good, or who was not? That is fair. At the same time. It's not out of proportion to be talking about the quarterbacks, because that is the most important position, and anyone within the NFL would tell you that, right? Like you know, the people who are trained and do this for a living. I would tell you. That's the reason they get the most money. It's the reason that you know, the teams that are consistently at the top of the league have great quarterbacks. So that is why you know the quarterback position in and of itself. Gets discussed the way it does, including on this show. Plus people like talking about it more because they know the Gordon about Bronson in Illinois. Bronson, You're up next here on CBS Sports Radio..

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"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"So in a sense, the way that the pocket passer played was an evolution of the game. I mean, the West Coast offense was an evolution of the game, right? And then you saw more and more people. Lean on the down the field passing game. That was an evolution of the game. So in many ways, the explosion off the pocket passer was a result of the game, evolving from A ground and pound style. Now you get to the next step of that evolution. Where is the guy who is the pocket passer can also move out of the pocket. Now he could do the same things that the pocket passers traditionally did. But he's adding another skill set to it. So that is the evolution. I don't think you devolve from that point away from that skill set being an important part of things. Go to Todd in Tampa Bay. Todd, you're up next here on CBS Sports Radio. What's up? Top? What's going on, Boss do Well, how are you? Outstanding? Outstanding. Praise The Lord. Listen, let's get down to business here in my pocket. In years we got our first victory was breaking And let me say something. Here. There we go to Denver. This must win game for us. Okay? No. Von Miller just Driscoll. This is a must win game. Okay. Last week, the coaching staff listened. And they had Max protection. We need Max protection again. Brady was a sack last week at all He hit guys in the hands of the ends are hit. They had six drop past had won that game 48 20. We would let him back in the game. So Brady throwing strikes on darts all over the field? Because we're giving him time to throw the football. Finally, the coaching staff drawn better studying and block, Okay, I don't I don't give a damn if you don't catch any passes, Okay, Great. He's gotta be staying throwing strikes all over the field. We haven't seen that in years. Okay? We haven't been to the playoffs in 13 years. Bulls on Mr Seacrest unleashing early. We had 45 turnovers over there. We recover tomorrow. Because the defense expected Turner. We finally take the field. We're finally proved we can We could do something and kick a field goal and put it through the uprights. So this team is on is on the right here. I don't know The answer to your question. Pocket passer or running or more quarterback doesn't get me all I care about his campus. They putting up doubloons and Brady's master of putting up w go ahead. I'll answer any questions. You know I can't I can't argue with that. I was just like the pro wrestling furlough you cut just now. You know, Tampa Bay bucket and give me one. Give me like a sign off line or a sign off phrase or something like that. I'll tell you. What was the sign ofthe raises this bucket here? Find a way. Okay, It may not be pretty, but at the end of the day when we leave Denver we're coming home on a on a happy note, and we'll put a W up on the port and cancel today's return because of raised and lightning are getting it done, piece man. Whoa! Appreciate the moment. I like that. I like that energy early on this Saturday morning. But and I probably have been too harsh on Brady. I really have cause Of what he's accomplished in his career. But I can't help how I feel about it. You know when I'm watching the you know, And that was my entry point to this conversation was that opener between breeze and Brady going back and forth, considering with those two guys have accomplished throughout their career, 855 to 124227855. 212 For 2 to 7. You can also get at me at Robin Lundberg on Twitter. That's r O b I n l u n d b E R G ah, Roberto Rodriguez Tweets and I live in Houston in the discussion on the radio I heard was is to Shawn Watson regressing since that amazing rookie season. Look, I I've never quite put Shawn Watson in the same class as Wilson or Mahomes or or even Jackson now, but I don't think Sean Watson's really regressing. I think He's a pretty good quarterback. I just think that the situation around him has regressed a little bit. I mean, they were in the playoffs last year, they were up 24 Nothing on the Chiefs. Last year, but there's been a lot of turmoil around him and turnover around him in Houston, and I just don't love the support system there so much. Let's go to Chris in Birmingham, Alabama. Chris, You're up next here on CBS Sports Radio. What's going on, Chris? Thanks for having the rabble number. I will give my opinion on it. Um, I feel you've been pretty much any quarterback on this week. Um, I don't live like cattle like categorize say that. Total back. Ah, dime breed of any kind of I mean, I'm like I'm seeing in the sense of light. Like you have a quarterback inability to stand place, but you never go. They did one president feel like multiple asset protection that no like a quarterback and throw a bottle in the kitchen, so I mean, you know, I mean hand block was I mean, Can I wear seat is well, Robin ese. I see that. Ah, there you have a tendency to put quarterbacks on a very high pedal still compared to other positions on the field. It is and this is what we could be like the most. The most most best, the most important position in team. I mean, will be, but we can't say like that, who snaps the ball to Miz reports. Think of that canned also snap it off from them in his off constantly, I mean, We can't even begin play without its growing up. So I mean, like, I think about it like we can name Crash, One of the Greg Cubes would became name. It became well, fabric enable these five would be while I'm in office a little while back then you would not end in the game right now in the nine days and And they don't even give him next year and we still can't give them announce me and also love her like is it like Reason what quarterbacks so good and get past that much? The epic so can't like the defense And nowadays they think, thank you thinking this is a bit pigeonholed because they get called for their calls or If you hit a quarterback on the top of the head when he stands like Got any bail intestine so I mean, if you have to honestly take into account like they have been looking all cases point. Uh, obviously let mama saint Saint ex. I believe I can win with a quarterback, not just new vendors, debris..

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"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

07:31 min | 3 years ago

"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"T. aim seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk you know let's stick with the college thing but we can be ninety three today so enjoy well it's cool right now there's a story that in my system my stack since the weekend that I want to talk about and it's related to this because it has to have college stuff and it's also related to the point I made in the seven o'clock hour which was epic saying why hasn't anybody on the left whether it's a Hollywood person or whether it's a professor or whether it's another Democrat they'll talk about white privilege right you know the only goal for white conservative people Joe Biden uses white privilege to enrich his son hunter Biden I don't believe in my privilege I think it's abuse of power but we're told all the time white privilege exists this is the ultimate example of it and yet a see Bernie Sanders folk on this and nobody said anything one of the Biden criticized him for using his white privilege I guarantee them to you if trump did something like this where don junior and Eric got rich they say here we go again typical crap we tell you white privilege using would happen you know it but we know it's garbage and more do here's the headline the caught my attention New York Daily News Georgia southern students burn book by Latino author after discussion about white privilege oh boy Georgia Southern University students angered by a fiery conversation with a Latino author who urge them to examine and their white privilege responded by setting her book abilities by the way I wonder if this woman enter name is Jeff and Jenn Nina couple crew set a New York times contributor of course an associate professor at the university of Nebraska she visited the predominately white college Georgia Southern University I wonder if this woman is calling out hunter in Joe Biden further white privilege I think it's going to happen probably probably no yeah so she talked about her novel make your home among strangers yeah her book follows a Cuban American girl from Miami while she just to her new life anally New York college so if you open the floor to questions about the story it was required reading for some students as part of the first year experience several audience members took issue with that she presented and discussed white people this is from the university's newspaper the George an quote I noted that you made a lot of generalizations about the majority of white people being privileged one student said what makes you believe that it's okay to come to a college campus like this when we're supposed to be promoting diversity on this campus which is what we're taught right I don't understand what the purpose of this was Mike you know saying that all white privilege the majority white privileged white people are privileged she responded the the author preset responded explaining white privilege is a real thing that you are actually benefiting from right now in even asking this question is it even means I mean don't ask me what exactly right on that man's exec I don't really have any answer to give you so I'm gonna just shame you and make something up which is pretty much what the different except it my gosh so because of that and we get a discussion students took video of themselves burning her novel them posting on social media one student tweeted so after the book's author came to my school to talk about it these people said to burn her book because it's bad in that race is bad to talk about they demonized the person that the student to it also white people need to realize they are the problem and that their privileges toxic offers women of color again will anybody go after like I said Joe Biden for exuding is white privilege why do they only go after Republican white people yeah I'm just shocked that a point that what the what these people saying in a way where I know if I was to say well you know all brown people use a brown privilege to get stuff I'd be I'd be thrown in a hole someplace I never heard from again in China you won't even hear that one of these people the way they act yeah you want to bring people together you don't say things like this are true she was scheduled to deliver another talk and another at the university's Armstrong campus but was cancelled we could the book burning incident good for them for standing up to this person saying screw you this garbage and is what happens on college campuses happens the way I guarantee that what that their jobs a professor Roberto Rodriguez that's his name I get my the guy who said that he'd like to see the you know a rich Republicans get their head chopped off you have to see it yeah I guarantee you talk about white privilege I guarantee it but he's not gonna talk about Joe Biden exuding as white privilege now again if if they really believe the white privilege thing I'm talking a see I'm talking the medium talk and you know what what any people they have much more credibility my eyes if they went after other white people like the bidens for doing this but again it's not it's not white privilege it's what you know I know this it's just abuse of power talk about it you don't think they're black people that abuse their privileges like a bomb was abused as privilege I get a broad daylight Alisa Cummings getting rich it's crazy you want to take it I've been calling for phone calls I don't think anyway okay fine you're pressed CJ welcome to KNSD hello CJ are we doing today what's up man don't let me down well you're just ask the question I'm sure just rhetorical why don't Democrats call out each other on white privilege but they call our Republicans all the time yeah we know the answer right yeah but you can go ahead well in my opinion class don't call themselves out because what they're after corruption there's got what they have Kobe under which Democrats are against yeah then you can build it you didn't quite but I mean so here's again here's the the point is also I'm I'm I'm making rhetorically is that their claims of white privilege our garbage and they're hypocrites because you know and and that's only because they really believed in it they call out Joe Biden instantaneously right but he got his corruption there aren't working exactly and that's why they do you can you exuded is white privilege because he didn't really earn that he used his white privilege to get his son and himself rich so they can say that but they're full of crap because they don't actually believe it they only want to stigmatize a certain group of people which are white Republicans that's it yeah yep exactly exactly thank you CJ thank you very much you're welcome if I give you missed it again there is a Hollywood celebrity that call that trumpet is white privilege just a few weeks ago will play coming back nine twenty eight do not go anywhere it's gonna stay the morning ritual with Gary Lewis men allowable Country.

"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Longer here this morning a democratic presidential hopefuls are pushing for aggressive moves to curb gun violence in the latest democratic debate in Houston last night former Texas congressman Beto o'rourke said military style assault weapons and weapons of war should be banned Rourke noted that he has called for sweeping gun buy back programs Vermont senator Bernie Sanders playing the corrupt political system for an action on gun control and Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren said Congress is beholden to the gun industry and that must change northeastern Illinois university taking heat for inviting Sean Speicher's Spicer to speak on campus a group of protesters gathered last night as the former trump White House press secretary spoke about presidential elections activist wanted the university to cancel the event because they believed Spicer's role as press secretary to president trump promoted policies that have terrorized many an E. I. U. students and investigators are trying to figure out how a man in ice custody in the northwest suburbs died this week thirty say Roberto Rodriguez Espinoza was arrested in Chicago earlier this month and brought to the McHenry county adult corrections facility he was hospitalized after acting confused on September seventh and died shortly thereafter Rodriguez Espinoza a documented gang member who had a history of drinking and those are the headlines Luigi and sports. answered by northwestern football Chicago's big ten team week two of the NFL started with Tampa Bay beating Carolina twenty to fourteen the box keeping cam Newton and the Panthers bottled up and they stopped the box on the day of Panthers rather on fourth down for the one yard line with less than ninety seconds to go Sunday it's the bears at Dever we'll talk about about the hall of Famer Dan Hampton at seven forty northwestern opens the home schedule tomorrow hosting U. N. L. V. at two thirty kick in Evanston we'll talk to coach Pat fitzgerald at seven ten Illinois host Eastern Michigan tomorrow New Mexico at Notre Dame and I you travels to Nebraska tomorrow night first practice to training camp this morning for the Blackhawks baseball the last home stand of the year starts today for the cubs against the pirates after they got out of San Diego with a four to one when you Darvish fourteen strikeouts the white Sox lost Kansas city six three despite twelve strikeouts including a white Sox record eight in a row for Lucas Jaleco the Sox play in Seattle tonight will have at it eight.

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"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:07 min | 3 years ago

"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"It you know well so really benefit from this service is even the nothing's really done. I'll county but they pay only fifty grand a scenic cruising Cochise pay nothing and they bend they get the services to so we get to subsidize in Pima county nice move we'll get to that second thing that I think you need to know is that. election officials here in Arizona plus Democrats including Gary Hobbs secular state. sing to have the okay first do college students use their school school ID. not to be used in to vote yes the school ID use as voter ID. illegal aliens get school ID. third thing that I think you needed to know. is was changing it yeah why not. is is still a big deal sixty seven percent of voters seats necessary for trump to fight China on trade is the Harvard Harris poll sixty seven percent fifty percent of Democrats in swing there are swing voters they also want trump to fight China on trade this is huge three things I think you need to media try to give it to the bad we're all going down right yeah right. yeah sure. yeah I know we're going to go down where downtown agenda them. can we say that I I what I sounds actually pretty gun a dozen good so carbon up after we're we're we're. so we are a man what is that through the carbs you don't need him you're not a man sometimes I do Ressam vegans when my wife is not looking I. so I put on Facebook because this is a big deal so we have a response now so as I relive VA is that ninety check that is a leading the sanctuary city moving here in Tucson. she also led the movement to have a restaurant close up shop because they were threatened with phone calls over and over in the couple of cafe that put on social media that was on Facebook that they support president trump they support standing for the pledge in the flag of the national anthem she had them aboard with phone calls to the shut down their business because of threats is a wacky do not job check zero live EA and then she put on Facebook after David coke died hell yeah party time. and then ice and she also wrote I'm getting a little tired of these criminal billionaires dying before you get the chance to publicly execute them and again she's on the club seaboard promote put there by. we got a supervisor sharing the driver Bronson. the driver. so today in about seven seven oh five this morning brought to you that one of the people to comment on site was ninety post about wanting to see billionaires publicly executed. is that you are a professor named Roberto was simply Rodriguez who apparently is a horrific professor who's all over the place but as a social justice for his rate my professor dot com students put that they went to that website to rate him they said he's on organized all over the place it's not teaching it's brainwashing. it's all this. any give no tests. you have you have three days to turn in a paper to take someone to get back from. so anyway this Roberto silly Rodriguez you of a professor commented I would pay to see their heads roll. so Ryan sent him an email this morning. I'd like to schedule for an interview on a radio show would like to address your comment about paying to see billionaires federal. and he responded back just a few minutes ago no thanks. thanks T. H. A. N. accent apparently students that he's very top on grammar which yeah. T. H. A. N. X. why is that but because it's you know it's what the Latin X. that's what they do L. A. T. I. N. X. really TNX. any rights no thanks paying to see billionaires heads roll is obviously humor pay per view question mark nothing else who needs an explanation on that's what's capitalism while he's against that is true. why should I pay. yeah. so who is apparently it's humor is it funny to you I'd pay to see their heads roll. I'm funny one eight so Ryan wrote back what would you write me was bay basically we actually have listeners. you haven't okay we actually like to see an explanation on this we have parents that send their children do you have a they're very upset if it's really just a joke when I come in and explain that. and I'm sure he won't see a guy like this real big tough guy he you know he abuses power he's a bully. is a bully. he gets in front of his class. rips into America. rain washes it's his way or the highway do you think there's no other view. use this power to tell them what he wants and not get interrupted. right. Hey and when we give him the forum because we call him out for this he's too chicken believed to come on the show. because he knows he's wrong they run a Twitter muscles these people are but this is what they do they bully a bully students they intimidate they do it because they have power over grades that's it that's it. and then when they are challenged it's like punching a bully in the nose they backed the hell up. I mean look you can come on the show Garrett your immediate man of course I'm joking about this I don't want to find. fine. we we as there is on the taxpayers pay this guy salary to be a lousy friggin professor to try to brainwash kids. this guy is what did it he's a poster child for everything that is wrong with college. what if there's nothing that he does it's gonna help you get a job we don't help you doesn't help you grow it does become jaded that's all it is jaded nothing else. eight eight zero can S. T. eight eight zero five six seven eight I'd want to get you that info that we try to put out there listen we also because there's gonna be another campus conversation when the stupid stupid stupid things right. and arm we talk about was a two weeks ago yeah usually we can it maybe we can half ago it was a week ago Tuesday. they have this what I could do check this far left this used to be legal immigrant apparently now she's legal. and I she's the head of a higher education something at a loyal university just a real social justice warrior right. and and she is apparently going to come here and speak it said according to Bob Robbins then led to me to present your base and that added a welcome email welcome back to staff students you name it. any talk of the campus conversation was a link I click on the link it brought to the campus conversation is that this lady was going to be. the the speaker October I believe sixteenth. not a whole panel just her and she's a far left is a maniac is what she is. so I eat I sent an email to Chris cigarettes and he is the you of a media guy like he's if the the press question anything he puts out statements and stuff like that and I can go to the body of the email copy your honor and I emailed him. and I this was last Tuesday Chris I saw that the university will have another campus conversation October sixteenth the guest is Aurora Chang. can you tell me who chose her out she was chosen how much she is charging for speaking engagement who's paying for it and you think it's easy to find that out too by the way because I mean Bob Robbins literally put that on his what's that and back to me then let me just. that information on is welcoming email back to the students and faculty. so he responded back that morning Chris in all fairness and he's like alright I'm gonna check I'll get back to you. week goes by yesterday afternoon I email him did you find anything it's now been a week I find it difficult to believe you can find information about who invited the speaker how much it costs news banger this subject was on Dr Robbins email to the entire faculty and students any row back to me. Garrett I'm waiting to hear how much it costs I'm told the contract hasn't been finalized. has been finalized she's already up there on the friggin website as soon as the guest. is the communications guy at the U. of a Chris W. Sigurd's it. so I'm trying to find out this stuff I'm doing my very best for you in L. yes so it is a lot of freaky stuff going on there that universities it it seems like it's going down I've been told by people on the inside it's actually getting better. I can't really explain how or why not just yet but apparently I'm. I mean to me and my me look at the craziness is going on there. and again I can't tell you enough about this this Roberto Rodriguez guy did it you know typical typical you know tool bag that has no problem pushing his beliefs on everyone else does wanna get challenged and then next thing you know. look at this he. he refuses to back up his claim it's a joke it's a joke what are you paying to see people's heads roll I was totally kidding and stuff. but you know what he would say is a serious thing where in a mag at. supporting trump maybe wanna trump twenty twenty teacher. school at this is it and maybe even was class yeah that's a serious thing right there you obviously are a bad person. that's what the that's what these people do. they're all tough guys. you get come with much more to metric Ole I have one coming back I have another fake new sound bite for you. getting into college stories got into that you know some court or thing too but this this this this is unbelievable this I have a a semi CNN a CNN host badgering. general Mattis general Mattis on a book tour now. the book what's their dying the media's dying to find out or dying to get out of him bad things about trump come on tell me tell me transfer more on come on come on come on tell me tell me stupid give me some dirt how dumb was he. they're bad you got to hear a CNN host a badgering him to try to get info. it's incredible it's coming up don't go anywhere nine fifteen back in three came as T. aim seven ninety two sons most emulating talk.

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"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"First news five seven, Dan, arrows, commuter weather. Temperatures in the fifties. Sixties and seventies later, we'll see some sunshine, but still the threat of shower later today, we'll have more on what you can expect those move through the week coming up in just a couple of minutes. A manhunt his on this morning for a gunman. Police warn is extremely dangerous Twenty-seven-year-old Jonathan Morales is wanted for spraying bullets inside a Bergen county home Sunday killing one injuring three others. It is not known where Morales fled. But police say he's considered armed and dangerous and should not be approached. Governor Murphy says the state's April tax collections are exceeding scaled back expectations. But rather than cancel a proposed income tax hike on the rich. He wants to increase spending undirected property tax by a quarter billion dollars at his town hall meeting in Ewing. Murphy didn't provide details on tax collections which treasurer Elizabeth Moyo will provide lawmakers next week. But he says it's pleasant surprise and pledged to use it for property tax programs. If we get the millionaire's tax, we will plough at least two hundred fifty million dollars more than one of already talked about the direct middle-class property tax relief homestead benefits on succeeded two point two billion dollars. But state spending on the trunk below three hundred million dollars. People lose eligibility as their incomes rise beyond the program seventy five thousand dollar limit at the state house. Michael Simon's, New Jersey went to one point five news are there tensions between governor Murphy and his Lieutenant governor had sure appeared that way as Sheila Oliver testified before the assembly budget committee in her do. Will role as community affairs Commissioner she was asked about a much criticised charity run by the governor. And first lady the Phil Tammy Murphy family foundation has funded lawsuits over the state's affordable housing laws asked about a potential conflict of interest Oliver tried to bite her tongue, but ultimately blurted out. I can't control myself and compared Murphy's charity to the Trump foundation which was forced to dissolve due to conflicts of interest and alleged illegal activities paper or plastic about neither under a new proposed ban on all disposable bags in New Jersey Senator Bob Smith says charging a fee for single use bags at stores won't deal with the plastic pollution. That's an emerging crisis inside all kinds of living creatures. We're finding it in freshwater fish in New Jersey in the Pacific rivers for finding the ocean. Fish Smith says a lack of single use bags is not a new concept to wholesale shoppers. He hopes to amend the Bill and get it on the Senate floor before summer. Erin vogt. Jersey. Went a one point five news. Long branch is gonna give way free parking to residents at a city lot there warning. However, it's first-come-first-served if the Chandler in maps municipal lot the dirt lot is a former lumber yard typically cost five to ten dollars a day. The owner of maximum security says the horse will not run the Preakness and filed an appeal of his disqualification as the Kentucky Derby winner, the response to the appeal was swift denied, Jerry West's only recourse now may come in the courts, he's hinted. He could file suit against Kentucky racing officials for the first summer in quite some time. The impact of beach replenishment projects on the public is going to be minimal down the shore. US army corps of engineers is still working on beach fill efforts in northern ocean county, but just a fraction of the project remains we're working final area of bay head. And it includes a small section of point pleasant beach. Spokesman Steve Rochette says sand placement should wrap up in mid to late June acting as a buffer during storms we've been doing work really nonstop since hurricane sandy. Do you know flam New Jersey one zero one point five news? There is new information this morning in the story. We told you that a fake Uber driver picking up a woman near the university of Delaware campus. Police now say the victim passed out of the back seat woke up as she was about to be raped with a knife to her back. She was forced into a sex act after she jumped out of the vehicle ran to the nearest house in called police. The driver Forty-one-year-old Roberto Rodriguez was arrested a short time later. The victim was walking home from a friend's house around one AM when Rodriguez pulled up to her said, he was an Uber driver and offered her a ride. New Jersey transit will soon have more train. Engineers a dozen engineering. Students about the graduate wrapping up a seventy eight week.

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"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"One at one point five Jersey's first news five seven Dan's Earls, committed whether temperatures in the fifties now sixties and seventies later, we'll dry out a bit. It is still a little damp this morning, but we'll see some sunshine this afternoon, though, the shower throat will return later in the day. We'll have more on that coming up in just a couple of minutes. It is another case this morning to a sexual predator impersonating Uber driver this time near the university of Delaware. Police say the man pulled up to a twenty one year old woman walking down the sidewalk asked if she called for an Uber. She had but when she got in that wasn't Uber car Forty-one-year-old. Roberto Rodriguez showed a knife police say and demanded she performs sexual act. The woman got out of the vehicle and called police Rodriguez was arrested a short time later. After Mercer county. Prosecutors say hundreds of animals really really killed at a Hamilton animal shelter. Current and former township official have been charged with cruelty and misconduct. Shelter has become a contentious political issue health and wreck director, Jeffrey Plunkett and the former shelter supervisor. Todd pensive Ingo charged with killing three hundred cats and dogs over two years the shelter. It offered on demand euthanasia in violation of a state mandated seven-day grace period offer the animals up for adoption a White House decision to deploy aircraft carrier strike group and land based bombers to the Middle East was intended to send a message a defense official says the moves are in response to indications that Iran and its proxy forces were preparing to possibly attack you as forces in the region. The defense official says the Pentagon approve the deployments and US forces at CNN land with ought to be potential targets. You probably know that recycling is mandatory in the Garden State. But recent changes in the way, recyclable materials are handled halfway around the world is increasing costs and causing other problems for a growing number of New Jersey town, China where most recycled materials are shipped. Has changed its recycling rules and will no longer accept contaminated co mingled items effect of this as Michael Darcy of the jersey league of municipalities has many towns that used to sell their recycled materials are now spending money to get rid of them. Paying to get recycling. Taken away is the norm. And it's a it's a big problem increases disposal costs. He adds the new recycling requirements are also causing an increasing number of towns to narrow.

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"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"We can stop throwing shade of motley Crue and your twenty one year old ploy. Just because you don't recognize the greatness sports. I mean, I would say objectively like he doesn't he didn't. He couldn't name by name. Daisy is like. Yawns beyond motley Crue and the cultural lexicon if you will. But only crews like I was just curious because it's not like motley Crue is considered a great band. I mean, I know they're motley Crue fans out there. But they're not considered a great band. I gotta stop you there. Do they have like four plot and albums? I mean, they sold like four hundred million albums. They were hot in the eighties. Yeah. But they weren't like they don't have like staying power. They're not banned that like, well, they don't have staying power because they're not around anymore dance. The test of time there other bands that aren't around anymore that people still like, you know, I just don't think of motley Crue is like I feel like they're very period. Sound like the eighties the band of the eighties. That's that's pretty big stage to be on like were they the band of the there. They're one of the five prominent acts of the eighties. Absolutely. They were definitely big for their time. There's no doubt when you mentioned the big acts of the eighties. Motley Crue has to be in that conversation, but the eighties also aren't known as the period with the things that. That's the test of time the most. Yeah. Maybe to you. But to me, I grew up on eighties music like rock and eighties. Rock and roll. Is my kind of music again. But again, like, I think of it like, you know, I grew up in the eighties. I was born in one thousand nine hundred one. You know, I feel like I've touched a nerve. And I I do apologize. But. I guess I would consider motley Crue like a huge staying power ban. Like you had to reference the songs from earlier, but we probably shouldn't spend too much time. You would have Jay z songs for me. But that's not a conversation. You can't like actually make that case. It's not a again when I say, objectively, and I will say with full disclosure jaycees. My favorite artists of all time like my motivational speaker. I am totally biased. But removing said bias objectively speaking there is no competition as far as who has had. A lasting imprint both culturally and musically between Jay z. Bobby crew. It's not a competition. Yeah. That's like who never Louis Louis Tina tally tweets in. When was the last time in pro or college Patrick Mahomes played a big slash meaningful game. I mean, that's that's what you're no one has said first of all Patrick, Mahomes, wasn't even the guy. Necessarily said I'd pick as the quarterback. I had the most confidence going into the playoffs on. But you can't really hold that against. We haven't had a chance to play in. Any bigger meaningful games? Roy Hinkley says to pick from each conference breeze and luck both have their teams playing championship type football. And both should be fun to watch this month. Andy Banda, I'd take Philip rivers only because he knows if he loses he has to go back to those fifty kids he has. So he's going to be playing like a beast. Roberto rodriguez. No Brady mentioned in no Goth mention all Goth needs to do is not play bad. He does not need to play. Great. By the way, he was the better cube even the Rams played the chiefs. Well, if you're saying he only has to not play bad. He's definitely isn't the guy that you have confidence in Tom Brady. I'm not gonna get mad at anybody for that answer. But it is telling that we all forgot Jared Goff in this conversation. Jeff in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Jeff, you're up next here on CBS sports radio. Robin. Love your show. Thank you, sir. You know, you gotta go classics. I love Led Zeppelin and Tom Brady guy till I die. There you go by my son really loves immigrant song by Led Zeppelin. He's four Raj because it's played prominently in Thor ragnarok. So whenever I play that song for me gets. He gets up. Yeah. Go ahead. You can keep making your point. I mean, look. How Brady shuttling in the postseason and you've got to go with his record? He's the greatest of all time. How could anyone not go with Tom Brady? It just doesn't make sense of it. Yeah. I mean, look, I understand that point of view..

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"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"roberto rodriguez" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Just because you don't recognize the greatness stick to sports. I mean, I would say objectively make he doesn't he didn't. He couldn't name Jay z by name daisy is like. Yawns beyond motley Crue and the cultural lexicon if you will, but volley crews like I was just curious because it's not like motley Crue is considered a great band. I mean, I know they're motley Crue fans out there. But they're not considered a great band. I gotta stop you. There. Do they have like four platinum albums? I mean. Yeah. Hold like four hundred million albums. They were hot in the eighties. Yeah. But they weren't like they don't have like staying power. They're not a that. Like, well, they don't have staying power because they're not around anymore. Stands the test of time. Their other bands that aren't around anymore that people still like, you know, I just don't think of motley Crue is like I feel like they're very period. Eighties sound like the eighties the band of the eighties. Like, that's that's a pretty big stage to be on like were they the band of the there. They're one of the five prominent acts of the eighties absolute they definitely big for their time. There's no doubt when you mentioned the big acts of the eighties. Motley Crue has to be in that conversation, but the eighties also aren't known as the the the period with the things that. That's the test of time the most. Yeah. Maybe to you. But to me, I grew up on eighties music like rock and eighties. Rock and roll. Is my kind of music. Again it but again. Like, you know, I grew up in the eighties. I was born in one thousand nine hundred one vino I feel like I've touched a nerve. And I do apologize. But you know. I just I would consider motley Crue like a huge staying power ban. Like you had to reference the songs from me earlier. But we probably shouldn't spend too much time. Jay z songs for me. But that's not a conversation. You can't like actually make that case. It's not a again when I say, objectively, and I will say with full disclosure jaycees. My favorite artists of all time like my motivational speaker. I am totally biased. But removing said bias objectively speaking there is no competition as far as who has had. A lasting imprint both culturally and musically between Jay's crew. It's competition. Yeah. That's like who never Louis Louis teed tally through tweets in. When was the last time in pro or college Patrick Mahomes played a big slash meaningful game. I mean, that's that's what you're I've. No one has said first of all Patrick, Mahomes, wasn't even the guy. Necessarily said I'd pick as the quarterback had the most confidence going into the playoffs on. But you can't really hold that against. We haven't had a chance to play in. Any bigger meaningful games? Roy Hinkley says to pick from each conference breeze and luck both have their teams playing championship type football. And both should be fun to watch this month. Andy Banda, I'd take Philip rivers only because he knows if he loses he has to go back home to those fifty kids he has. So he's going to be playing like a beast. Roberto rodriguez. No Brady mentioned and no Goth mention all Goth needs to do is not play bad. He does not need to play. Great. By the way, he was the better cube even the Rams played the chiefs. Well, if you're saying he only has to not play bad. He's definitely isn't the guy that you have confidence in Tom Brady. I'm not going to get mad at anybody for that answer. But it is telling that we all forgot Jared Goff in this conversation. Jeff in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Jeff, you're up next here on CBS sports radio. Robin. Love your show. Thank you, sir. You know, you gotta go classics. I love Led Zeppelin and Tom Brady guy till I die. There you go. My son really loves immigrant song by Led Zeppelin. He's four Raj because it's played prominently in Thor ragnarok. So whenever I play that song for me gets. He gets round up. Yeah. Go ahead. You can keep making your point. I mean, look. Tom Brady shines in the postseason, and you got to go with his record. He's the greatest of all time. How could anyone not go with Tom Brady? It just doesn't make sense of it. Yeah. I mean, look, I understand that point of view..

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