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Galaxy Z Fold 2 or Note 20 Ultra?
"Nick. Thank you for being on this week's episode. You've been on plenty of them this past twenty twenty. So thank you for being on the pilot episode of Cuny. A thanks for having me it's always a pleasure. Yeah. All right. So great question for you Someone as let me scroll all the way back. If I can get all the way back there because I g TV can be a little bit hard when it comes to this stuff, somebody asked about the galaxy full to own Brandon Brandon asked, are you going to get accustomed galaxy full to and? The here's where I landed on the fold to once I tested it, and did my reviews for for jv in particular My main question going into using a foldable device on the daily was. His this phone going to provide more for me than just a more fun and bigger smartphone experience. If the question if the answer to that question was no, then I did not feel right mending two grand on it that ultimately became the case I. Love The fold too. I think it's a great device. I enjoyed my time with ED call of duty mobile and Rochman X. Dive on that big screen is. Literally experience you can have anywhere else unless you are willing to play on a tablet by. Yeah. I just. It's a fun device and that's all it ended up being and that's why ultimately said no, it's not for me. So you got your hands on it. You've been doing cameras enough do do you have any thoughts? So. I'm kind of with you on you know seeing if affordable device is the right device for me, my my previous experience with foldable devices got the test out the fold last year just for a couple of days not a full review. But then I got the Z. Flip and I actually really liked that device. But with the fold to my review approach is not me just reviewing the advice it's more of is doing already a blog style review seeing if. A week with this device can convince me that foldable displays are the future and this is where we should be going with smartphone technology. So I'm on day three of that As you said, I've tested out the cameras so far I've been using the phone as my main device. There are some benefits to having that larger screen. I. Honestly think that you know having that cross device between a phone and tablet. Can Be useful for some people But then you mentioned things like gaming and I I saw a lot of people doing this playing call of duty duty mobile on the fold, and you have a much bigger experience but actually I had to put it down after fifteen twenty minutes because of a different couple factors. The the weight of this thing is incredible. It is heavier than a tablet like this thing this thing is just as heavy as what an eight. INCH or nine inch tablet is just because of the metal building the glass on the back it's extremely heavy. So it's not really comfortable for playing for a long period of time but then also the aspect ratio while it does lend itself for what seems to be a more immersive experience. It's actually a cropped in experience. So you don't get any of your peripheral vision that you would get on a sixteen by nine display. It's it's literally cut off so if you have. Especially for first person shooters, you're literally cut off from about twenty to thirty percent of the screen that you would get on a regular smartphone but. That's left to right though right because it's taught top and bottom. You get more on the same about them you get the scene. More on the top and bottom no, you get you get the same view. It's so it's like yours. It's like you're on a smartphone. If you're you're here and then they're just cutting off this and you get that wider or taller aspect ratio by it's it's the same. So I had to quit after I don't know fifteen minutes and the other reason I quit was because it's you're feeling the plastic on the screen and so scrolling your fingers with onscreen controls isn't that smooth as A. Little bit more friction there and especially when it's a larger display unless I hadn't calibrated my controls on spring controls yet to make them a little bit smaller so that there and more responsive. So the ONSCREEN. Controls for call of duty mobile were driving me crazy after after fifteen minutes and I was like, no, I'm going back to my won't plus a pro. Just because it's a much, much better experience for me at least but as far as like it felt bigger and it's because like because the screen is bigger, it does feel more immersive. You're in the game more but I don't think it gives you a competitive advantage with with that feeling because of the other detractors that it, you know it's it's heavier the screens not as smooth. So your your finger scrolling on the screen aren't as quick and responsive, and then for me at least I felt like I was L-. I lost my peripheral vision. In it so But, I I. I think for for call of duty the whole peripheral vision thing. Maybe that is great but I can tell you sir on a platform like Rochman X. Dive it definitely rendered more of the top and bottom because there was more of that. They're so on a regular phone if there was a platform underneath me that I would not see until I fell off the current one I could see it on the full to scum that was literally there. Yeah. So it was literally showed up there. In the same vein of the fold to question someone did ask, would you pick a no twenty all tre or the full to and I think that's an interesting question because these are two very. Niche devices, Nisha lines that Samsung have created for themselves. So it's has pen or fold as penfold. How for me? I. Would Go with the note twenty ultra For for a couple different reasons, one of them being the cameras, the cameras on the no twenty tra- better cameras. that being said, I have been enjoying taking selfies with the fold since you can use the main cameras on the back. So if you're in the SELFIES, the full would be the better option there you can use the altar wide or the standard especially in low light conditions you to see a huge improvement But as far as overall usability of the device I would say the note twenty trump from me personally would be a better fit for my my use cases.
Mass Incarceration is Solvable
"The killing of George Floyd has brought calls for transforming policing into the national spotlight. The so many people taking to the streets demanding action now we have to maintain our confidence that even the hardest problems related to racial justice can be solved. How do you break this problem? Down into solvable pieces decide to stop prosecuting and charging low level crimes. Don't criminalize those behaviors. Justice isn't blind. We have to be far more critical and thoughtful and hats that lens out. Today, we're going to talk about how to solve mass incarceration. This is such a solvable problem. In show Rochman used to work as a public defender in the Bronx. That job illuminated for her. The variety of state national level problems with the criminal justice system. The US has five percent of the world's population, but currently holds twenty five percent of the world's incarcerated people. Rochman is a director of strategy new initiatives at the Vera Institute. An organization devoted to improving the criminal justice system in the United States. Rochman thinks those extremely disproportionate numbers represent a problem we can solve. In Gem so excited to talk to you today about this. Because mass incarceration is something I. Think a lot about and I know. A lot of our listeners are super interested in I. Wonder How you define the problem as something we can solve yet. We have two point three million people behind bars today that's seven hundred and fifty thousand people in jails, and another one point five million in prisons, and it's actually solvable, so. So! What's your plausible goal to get it down from two point three million, you said in jails and prison to what number if we just look at the average incarceration rate across the rest of the world, and if America word incarcerate at that rate, we would get down from two point three million to three, hundred, sixty thousand. That's something like doing the math head of factor seven yet. That's a remarkable number when you think about. And that's what we could and should and can actually do if we decide to do business differently from the beginning of the system to the end interest since George Floyd's killing, we've been in the midst of a national even international movement against police violence and for racial justice to change the opportunity around the incarceration. It does but only if we make enough of this moment and one thing that I wanNA point out. Is that for many of us? It feels like a moment of opportunity to make sure that the path we walked to get here with the criminal justice system that we have the path moving forward is the same, but we have to also stop acknowledge the moment of incredible pain and hurt and harm that has happened that it took the. Senseless and ruthless killing of a black man. Police officer with his NITA, his neck for the country to actually realize what actually happens with impunity each and every day in this country, and it's not just A. Crisis of now, but it's a crisis that's been here literally since slavery, So yes, there is opportunity, but we actually won't make enough of the opportunity if we don't recognize the long history and roots that got us to this place where we all feel like it's not only crisis, but a moment of hope but it really is a moment of crisis, and we have to lean into that first before we think about the opportunity in the moment.
Goodell: Manning leaves 'indelible imprint' on NFL
"We've been talking about you I manning is going to announce his retirement tomorrow from the New York giants a lot of debates going to be going on for the next five years or so where you I ranked does he hall of Famer Ballot and so on Roger Goodell just tweeted this a moment ago statement about your manning leaves an indelible imprint on the New York giants fans and the NFL his passion for the game intense preparation ability to rise to the occasion. Where the hallmarks of his career holds a special place in history? Not just for hoisting the Lombardi trophy and being named Super Bowl. MVP twice ice but for how he transcended the game with the way cared himself around teammates media and most importantly fans. That's one of the many reasons he was named. Walter Payton Man of the year on on the field and in the community he was a champion. He was also a true competitor and held himself to the highest standard in everything he did. We know he'll carry that same spirit with with him into the future. I got the same statement sent to me from the NFL network Assignment desk you missed one line at the end. Can I read it. The last line for Chris Brockman Rochman thinks. I'll never send out the same thing when Tom Brady retires. But just watch. That's what it says right here. It's amazing that he would include like the Commissioner of the NFL gladys spell. My the name right and I don't think he will do the same thing for absolutely absolutely the same thing for. He thinks Tom Brady lied about to do the same thing about. Tom Thinks he smashes phone. It's okay it's all right we can disagree on this. Why does Tom Brady always have to be brought the Lon manning and I just brought it up because that's what you brought up in the commercial break and I noticed that you were holding? You're you're you're holding your horses right there and I still want their. I didn't think you were going to God. They didn't. I thought that was an affair.
"rochman" Discussed on WEEI
"If you would like to chime in our Twitter page Twitter handle that is at rock or you can always get us at SP nation radio. If you'd like to vote on our poll question, we call it. Our it's your call question of the day. Very easy. You go to our Twitter handle at Rochman. Today's question is should major league baseball opening day, a national holiday, very simple. Yes, or no. Yes. Or no should major league baseball opening day be a national holiday. Yes. Or no. What does America think they're right now? It's no way. No way to agree. I put. Yes. Absolutely. Or no way to choices. Give it a little more flavor. Okay. Yes. We're so. Yes, last what? Yes. Absolutely. Okay. No way. I was on a late decision. John. I'll give it a little flavor. I like it flavor. No way is running away with it. I have yet to vote though. So I'll I'll change the here. I would say no way I've seen now. It'd be a national holiday, but you know, folks are taking vacation time or they're just they're getting out earlier. They're just leaving after lunch. I mean, I'm gonna say no way as well to rock. Oh, I'm not even close no way. Jose no way. Jose I agree with that. I would I would make the Super Bowl a national holiday the day after on Sunday or Monday. No I'd make that Monday Super Bowl and make it a national holiday all in one. That would make a lot of sense. No. I mean, the super bowl's early enough, you can recover and get to work the next day. That's the thing about the work. The next day every is going to be seven billion people miss workless pasture on Monday. How is that for our economy? How is that? Good seventeen goes to show you that our country is becoming a what's a fixation. They can't handle it basically is a party, and they see that basically sin that we need. What is it? We need that alcohol. It doesn't give you out. Does it make you hungover? Yes, they're working on it. All well. Here's the thing. I mean, you know, as a boss, you're probably not to get much production out of a lot of your guys. But on top of that at least people the guy's a gals. Get did they talk about the game at least they're there. I mean, we got enough days off in America, America's it is what's a couple more. Well, it's a couple of words that economy man, you slow that bad boy down skied chugging away. Our let's dive to it. Let's find out what the top headlines people are talking about this hour. Schubert's. So I know we're all getting ready for the baseball. It's going on right now. And a couple of Sweet Sixteen games are going to be played a little bit later. But I just want to know what part of the Greg. No defensive coordinator, Ron that. He had for two months in New England was your favorite part because he's stepping down today after being on the job for only two months. The decision announced today in a joint statement with coach Bill Belichick and basically saying in a statement that he wants to spend more time on his faith and his family seems a little odd seeing as they just hired him two months ago. But but he is off. So the patriots will be I guess searching for a new defensive coordinator. Why is it that? Talking heads want to dive into a quote and just assume that there's more to more than the actual reality that he would if he really wants to you know, I think you have interesting fam-. Yes. Now, I've been fortunate to spend some time with Gregg Jano, he is a I think he's a hell of a guys help coach he's had some bad luck. He didn't do quite well in Tampa degraded. Rutgers got his career going to great when he was assisted at Penn State, and he's pretty Ohio State. But maybe maybe looked at this and said I need to take a break. And maybe this isn't the right job for me right now. And this is an opportunity for Justice case take a step back and spend some time with family, and you know, what I respect him for doing it. Now, not doing it halfway rainy cap or during the season for the draft before the draft or whatever, and you got to respect that. I don't understand why people go. Well, what is it? He built check can get along. Or does it does? Like being dictated to in reference to what he should be doing. No. I mean, just take it for face value. Whatever it is acknowledged him. You know, he just coming off of the house state situation. Maybe needs at time out to spend more time with family and get his faith back in line. Because guys, you know, him rocky. They burn the candle at both ends for year after year after year and the family of the wife, they suffering them. The wife's raising the kids wife's having to sell the house and move when they get the new job. I mean, there's all kinds of stuff going on you go fifteen twenty twenty-five years. I'll send you go Lama kids fourteen and my wife, I think kinda sorta likes me, maybe take this time out and really dive into this thing about Graciano is when he was I was hosting him with a few other guys when in Arizona for the insight bowl, they were playing Aaron state, and they were they were working out at Scottsdale community, college, and they were out there. And of course, it's it's an Sunday. Level country. Yes. Yes. And he was real real tight on security. Not letting anybody come out and watch practice unless you got cleared while there happened to be a airplane like a a remote control airplane that kind of buzzing around the fields while he kind of flipped and he yelled, the host and said, hey, you need to figure out what that is. Because he thought someone was a little paranoid. The airplane. Yeah. China China pictures, filming him, and that was the case heaters. Lots of stories about him that he you know, he the rooms that the player stay in are always at a certain temperature. In other words, if it typically the room is I don't know what it was say, the typical room is seventy four degrees. Right. He wanted him at sixty seven, you know, and he failed us on the fact that he thought the the the way that the lines were on the field were about what were two feet or two yards two long. He made it out there in measure on to the inch. And sure enough we were rights, and we can get a little butter. So, you know, right. He's wired pretty tight end up pretty tight a guy like that. Maybe he got in with in. I have a feeling that Bill belt checks for similar. Yes. Maybe you're still clash there. Well, when you're when you're used to having your own run your show. Yeah. I think that with a guy that's been a head coach better defensive coordinator in college pros. I mean who knows what? But I think for this particular standpoint and his career. Here. He's you know, what that something was there. Okay. Respected move on whatever the situation is. And then go on from there because a lot of these guys. They don't have breaks if they get a break a lot of guys get fired their offer a year or two before they get back into it. I don't think about according to be honest. I don't know if he's had a break the last twenty years as far as not coaching somewhere. Real quick Billy Lang is. The Sixers assistant became the Saint Joe's head coach in Philly. Dolphins reportedly have to trade they're gonna trade Robert Quinn to the Cowboys. So there's some traits going on right now and Kentucky's PJ Washington is good test the foot today, and hopefully he'll be able to play tomorrow poor. Could you imagine? I mean, you you get him back in the lineup. I mean, they're playing such good basketball as it is right now at this point time in the Sweet Sixteen all hands need beyond deck. Hey, the big baller brand. It's falling apart. Literally..
Federal judge bars unvaccinated students from returning to New York school
"A New York judge jumps into the debate over the measles vaccine CBS news correspondent Dr John lapook reports he told dozens of parents no shots. No school period. The fifty unvaccinated students are barred from attending the green meadow Waldorf school for at least three weeks. The judge said. It's important to protect public health and ruled those unvaccinated kids must stay at home. Parents Beatrice Burgess agrees with the judge's ruling. I believe that he's trying to mitigate a potential further outbreak and he's trying to keep everybody safe. A new case in Rockland county, brought the total to one hundred and forty six and this year, the CDC has reported two hundred and twenty eight cases in twelve states. The Rochman county outbreak was centered in an orthodox Jewish community almost all states allow exemptions for religious beliefs and seventeen states allow parents to opt out for philosophical or personal reasons. One of those states is Oklahoma. A lot of the legislators think that mandating vaccinations is big government, former Oklahoma state legislator, Dr urban Yan attempted to ban or restrict the non medical exemption law in his state late Oklahoma. I think it's going to take an outbreak of something like measles where somebody dies. Unfortunately, before nineteen sixty three when the measles vaccine was introduced there were more than five hundred thousand cases each year causing hundreds of deaths after nineteen sixty three those numbers dropped dramatically. They don't know that measles can cause encephalitis, which of course, is inflammation of your brain. I don't know about you. But I don't want my brain inflamed last week near state Senator Krueger introduced a Bill allowing any child fourteen years and older to be vaccinated without parental consent. Other states, including Oregon and South Carolina already has
"rochman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Rochman teacher who questioned a school shooting. Protest is running for president of the United States Julianne. Benzel made national headlines when she was placed on leave last year for opposing anti-gun walkout high highschool. She recently filed with the federal elections commission and plans to run as a Republican so far her campaign has raised about five thousand dollars from donations online. It looks like plans are moving forward for a big renovation of the William AAC Herrell amphitheater inland park. The Sacramento city council has approved a master plan for that project. According to be the seven million dollar project would add bathrooms a ticket booth dressing rooms and upgrade some of the theaters historic features. The first phase of construction is expected to wrap up in twenty twenty one the city of elk grove is working to attract more businesses to the area. According to the city's economic development director in the last three years. New businesses have generated about four thousand new jobs in brought one hundred twelve million dollars in capital investments to the city built groves citizen newspaper reports the top business in elk grove is apple. Added twenty one hundred jobs since two thousand fifteen the company generates one and a half million dollars in sales tax annually and Wells Fargo announced they're donating three point two five million dollars to support families affected by the campfire. Two million will go toward finding stable permanent housing by those displaced by the fire. One point two five will support micro grants for small business owners, get them back on their feet, and that money will be used to pay rent for about three hundred people families for six months. The company's contribution will be donated to the Butte strong fund held by the north valley community foundation. And we hope you can join us out at back in the batch today at the Roseville auto mall, please stop by pick up a wristband say Hello to John McGuinness. Dan will be out there. I'll be out there this afternoon and same with kitty O'Neil. That's right. Thanks for being with us this week. Stay connected. Our next update at nine. Thirty news alerts immediately at KFC K dot com..
"rochman" Discussed on Serial
"The stories in the newspaper had quoted police as saying that the older guy, the shooter had been harassing passengers on the bus, but the bus videos show the opposite. The older guy, the shooter. He was the one being provoked. It's possible. This was sell. Defense, we go to a conference room. There's a big screen setup so they can watch the footage from the bus. Brian had mentioned something about seven or nine camera angles, and I thought he was joking, but he wasn't for exactly this reason. Crime city buses in Cleveland or wired up. Like I tin Bank vaults. The footage were watching starts from before the beginning when everything was calm. The older guy, the shooter, his name is up dual ruckman had gotten on the bus at public square right near the Justice center. He's in his early sixties, but he looks older. He's got along greybeard a loose sweatshirt, his scruffy. He's not homeless, but he might have been mistaken for homeless. You see Mr. Rochman sitting in a window seat by the rear doors of the bus, minding his own business. He's holding what looks like a folded newspaper magazine in his hand. Then a younger guy sits down next to him. They don't know each other. But evidently the younger guys starts insulting Mr. rock Mon, you can't make out what he's saying. But other passengers told the cops later that he was complaining to Mr. Rochman that he smelled bad. This younger guy is not the one who gets shot by the way. Mr. Rochman gets up, tries to leave his seat. The younger man blocks him. Ryan's watched all this before, but he can't help. Wishing won't go the way it's going to go schedule, keeps John. Cosette. There's open about right of their just sit there. The younger guys being an asshole, jenning up confrontation, but his Brian pointed out asshole. Ary is not a criminal offense. He finally lets Mr. Rochman pass Mr. Rochman stands by the bus doors, but he doesn't move to a different part of the bus. He's still arguing with the younger guy who's starting to get physical. Now he slaps the full Zine for Mr. Rochman hand Rochman Benz, rather gracefully to the floor, picks it up. You're going to shot. It's not clear, but you can't hear Mr. Rochman say, unlike my freedom as in, I'm not gonna fight with you. Start name calling bitch, you bitch, younger guy says calming bitch. I'm gonna. Fuck you up. It's familiar this scene, a bunch of strangers getting into it on public transportation and the whole time you're doing the bystanders trigonometry. How long till my stop should I say something? Where are we? Should I move seats. At this point, woman named Rachel asks the men to cannon..
Leslie Moonves accused of misconduct by 6 women, denies using his position to 'hinder anyone's career'
"BBC news I'm John. Shea the directors of CBS one of the major US television networks say they will investigate claims of sexual misconduct and intimidation against. Its chairman. And chief executive Leslie Moonves six women have told the New Yorker magazine that, Mr. Munoz sexually. Harassed them here's Chris Butler Leslie Moonves has been a leading figure at the American network CBS for almost twenty five years with a track record for finding. Stars and developing hit programs the New Yorker magazine says the six women claim among other things that Mr Mendez physically intimidated them forcibly touched and kissed them or. Threatened to wreck their careers the. CBS boss has denied us a Louis has apologized for making some women uncomfortable in the way. He made advances decades ago The winner in Pakistan's general election Imran Khan has started preparations to form a coalition government after his PTI. Or movement for Justice party won the most seats in the national assembly the p. t., I says it. Has the support of smaller coalition partners and independent parliamentarians a group of opposing political parties have rejected the election results a leader of the group Moulana fuss. Law Rochman called for demonstrations to prompt new and actions hummed Obama into how 'bout we will run a movement to hold new elections there will be protests a. Committee will be set up immediately. Which will chalk out to shed your going to work his and invite people to join in The. Supreme court in Ivory Coast has overturned a ruling which a quitters the former first lady Simone Bagbo of crimes against humanity in the aftermath of political violence following the presidential election eight years ago Richard howls reports Simone Bagbo was Ivory Coast's first lady for eleven years then a bitterly fought presidential election. In two thousand ten between her husband laurel and Allison Ouattara who won the vote plunged. Ivory Coast into post election violence which saw three thousand people. Killed in Azerbaijan learn she was accused of organizing death squads buying bombs and shelling marketplace in a pro water a neighborhood of abbey John and later she was jailed for. Twenty years for attacking state security the supreme court ruling now means MRs backbone will face a retrial for crimes against humanity at a date to be announced Big rallies are, expected, in Zimbabwe today on the last day, of campaigning before Monday's presidential elections the, first since Robert Mugabe was ousted from power last. November his successor and former close colleague designer PF leader Emmerson Mnangagwa is hoping to legitimise, his rule but he may, be hampered by perceptions that he was too close to the Mugabe. Regime the leader of the main opposition MDC Nelson Chamisa has expressed fears that the election like past ones may be rigged This is the latest world news from the BBC A judge in California has urged US immigration authorities to focus on finding the deported parents of four hundred children separated from their. Families as they legally crossed the border from Mexico judge Dana several spoke out a day after it emerged that more than seven hundred children remain in custody despite the expiry. Of his own deadline for families to be reunited Mongolia is reported to have swatted an attempt by Turkey to kidnap a Turkish citizen who's accused of having links with the US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen Ankara blames for a. Failed coup two years ago reports say the Mongolian authorities grounded a suspected Turkish airforce chat that Atlanta's to pick up Vasil x. acti- who had been kidnapped on Friday morning British members of parliament say the UK. Is facing a democratic crisis because of the. Spread of fake news a parliamentary committee report says voters being systematically, manipulated by campaigns which rely on hate and misinformation the report examines the use of. Data by pro Brexit groups including vote leave during the referendum campaign. Two years ago it follows the scandal. Of Cambridge analytical harvesting Facebook data Rory Caitlin Jones, has more details during the week the committee actually published, a whole, range of adverts produced by vote, leave and believe during the campaign which they said had not been visible. Before Facebook after. A lot of prodding handed these adverts over to the committee they, were very out at the time they were reaching millions of people. The way the you see a billboard on the street and it says vote eggs and you know who it's from it's less clear online and that was their concern that there's no clarity there's no transparency And briefly millions of people have witnessed the, longest lunar, eclipse the century as the main, passed through shadow it's natural satellites turned striking shade of red or ruddy. Brown ABC news.
Harvey Weinstein Seeks Dismissal of Ashley Judd Blacklist Suit
"Com that web address Phil Valentine dot com and use one that you'll love ISIS and the Taliban are blowing each other up in. Afghanistan Is I saw the Excellent. Yeah this is perfect send. Each other? On fire, are they oh yes. They are suspected ISIS militants launched an assault on a gathering in the district in Saudi pool according to, Reuters to Dinesh. Fighters entered. A ton that'd be that's. What they call the this is the folks over there The it's it's, ISIS they, entered. A Taliban commanders house were ceremony was underway and opened fire Abdul. Golomb. Bucket, Zay the provincial. Police chief told the Associated. Press the? Attack was, carried out by ISIS. Suicide bomber while provincial council chief Mohammad newer Rochman claimed the deadliest salt occurred at a funeral at local, mosque French press. Citing Afghan officials reported the attack was. Carried out with guns and grenades The AP noted that very to counter impossible. To corroborate all Johnny remind me to tell you some, at a grenade in? The break I've been meaning to. Tell you that ever since I got back Taliban commanders. Believed to have been killed. In, the attack which resulted in anywhere from fifteen to twenty. Deaths while the details of, the attacker disputed the, latest slaughter abuse to be part of an escalating turf war between ISIS and the Taleban so now that we've relegated most of these folks folks have you noticed. This we, don't hear wanted ISIS anymore we have absolutely rounded these people and, Obama under him they're spreading, light nets everywhere now then all of a sudden we're running out of Iraq, we're running out. Of Syria run amount of everywhere and now they're in remote areas of, Afghanistan, and all the. People get fight with it a flip and Taliban go at it wouldn't even have a grudge match you know there'd be better than the this be better than the World Cup and we'll just, get the, we'll. Just get the Taliban and and the ISIS folks together that will We'll, put them on a field and we'll just let them kill each other well let's let's he'd been upped the ante let's put like MS MS thirteen they're all. These gangs, Crips and bloods plan will definitely we could have like a survivor, island hunger games yeah put, Antiphon their hunger games yeah hunger games for the for the thugs hunger Slugger games Games so Harvey Weinstein is asking the judge has, thrown, Ashley Judd's. Blacklist lawsuit now here's. The deal she says that she. Was blacklisted I thought she got plenty. Of work I thought she did tissues and a lot, of movies starring role in a motion to dismiss the. Disgraced movie moguls attorney claimed that Weinstein's alleged conduct fell short of, sexual harassment and the judds accusations are blocked by the statute. Of limitations plaintiff may dispute that she was difficult to, work with but, like beauty the experiences in the eye of, the beholder the Weinstein's attorney road along with the, other stories they have the actress, being, difficult says unlike statements that are that a particular actor could not remember his or her lines would be late to set. Or required many takes all of which are susceptible to prove describing plaintiff as a quote nightmare and cautioning others to avoid her does not support a defamation Weinstein's, alleged, unwanted sexual advances occurred on a single day and consisted of him asking to give plentiful massage asking her to help him. Pick out clothes and asking her to watch him shower the attorneys continuing these allegations fall far short of meeting the pervasive or severe required element So in April Ashley Judd filed a lawsuit. Against Harvey Weinstein leads the put did. Harm to her career. When he convinced. Lord of the rings director Peter Jackson. Not the Castro in his movie in one thousand nine hundred eight she claims Weinstein did. So in, relate in retaliation to her shutting down as advance the peninsula hold a. Peninsula hotel in Beverly Hills I lost career opportunity, I lost..
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"rochman" Discussed on The Sports Reporters
"Got three one dollars come into next year exactly exactly but that should be that's important point michael glad you bring up that should be a lesson from this tumultuous tournament and everybody thought was so wide open and all this and in the end what wins two blue chip programs which of course we've talked about before generally you get to a championship game it is blue chip program but veteran teams teams with senior leash muhammad ali abdul rochman who's who gets four names because he's been there for four years it has played more games than anyone in uniform i mean that's a wreck that's a statistic you never hear anyone say anymore the guy has played more games than anyone who's ever worn a uniform you never hear that a major college basketball so to have a guy with that kind of presence and wagner and matthews at simpson and you know it's a good wash of a veteran town of veteran coach who has finally erased as i say this whole fab five jalen rose chris webber dominating the michigan talk they never hype machine that the fat five i forget who wrote it a guy even wrote a book about that awful talk about sinking into the morass but but you know even as someone who sell but it was to be celebrated in ninety one ninety two it's not to be celebrated in two thousand thirteen and i remember when thirteen came around there were all these stories about the fab five and why weren't they back accepted in the program and why weren't they welcomed in and all the rest of and beeline finally took that team to as far as the fab five went and now he's done it again and this program should be about john b line now the way that michigan state is about tom izzo and not guys who coach before him not judd heath code and so sometimes michigan lives in the past i mean maybe all schools do this by observant more living out here both sham boeckler hovers over the football program even though he hasn't coached the game since nineteen eighty nine there's a time the let the past go and this whole five thing and you know the talk about what will they ever be accepted back in the program it's not the most important story this is the most important story they got a quality coach who does things.
"rochman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The high street way outside for walker right corner for savoy back to walker walker fakes three dribbles to the free throw line head has passed to the nearside goes right past to cutting man and out of bounds that'll be seven turnovers for far too state and the problem with these turnovers afford our state it's not like michigan is applying a lot of pressure these are self induced kind of turnovers that no coach hamilton right now is not happy with seventeen fifteen florida state is on top vichy does not scored last three and a half minutes outdoor rachmat up top covered by walker off the screen dribbles to the right leaves it for bogner wagner quiet first half off tentatively he wants it down low because he's covered by cj walker door rachmat up top to left side of the late fix it to the left corner for matthews for three hierarchy three no good gets his own rebound into the paint pets to the basket layup no ultra with the rebound it's five on four because matthew scuttle the four man outside for walker right corner pursue boy for three and it's no good rebound is loose picked up by rochman three on one goes to simpson leftwing sits it goes right and lays it in michigan we're tied up at seventeen fifty five to play first and i love the decision that time by xabier simpson walter didn't commit david simpson maintained dribble and was able to get right to the basket hetty play eight and a half to play here in the first app all tied up at seventeen terrace van to the middle looks in for cabin galleys open for a moment but says goes left corner for cj walker shot bay catch the basket layup is go he enters from northside nineteen seventeen seminoles on top by the way we look at the scoring wagner no points one shot in this first half but what they're doing he has a mismatch down on zone enough on the backside not allowing him to get over the top pass now bogged their heads to the basket goes through a double team but he's fouled going up kevin kelly will be called for the foul and wagner will go to the free throw line a break in the action with a thirteen year in the first.
"rochman" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Mohammed ali abdul rochman combine the score forty five points last night they power michigan to a ninety nine seventy two win over texas am in the sweet sixteen round of the ncaa tournament after the game head coach john d line admitted to reporters that even though michigan had a double digit lead on the aggies for pretty much most of the game he never really relaxed you can just have games where everything's just happened in your way and you just try and get to the game and that survive because you look at that lead you could it could it could go south and we just didn't just enough to win but it doesn't i prefer more games like that i don't think we'll see anymore but i prefer next up for michigan and elite eight showdown against florida state seminoles advanced following a seventy five sixty win over gonzaga in the south regional last night kansas state would upset kentucky sixty one fifty eight sister jean fifteen more minutes of fame as loyola of chicago downs nevada sixty nine nine sixty eight bright connolly's goal at the six forty one mark of the third period gave the washington capitals a one nothing win over the red wings last night at little caesars arena that loss officially eliminated detroit from the playoff race in the nhl eastern conference the pistons wrapped up a six game road trip last night with a one hundred to ninety six loss in overtime to the houston rockets blake griffin a triple double in that loss for detroit he would finish with twenty one points ten assists and ten rebounds the tigers defeat the philadelphia phillies sixty two in a grapefruit league game that was played yesterday in florida pretty wild game because three players including tigers starting pitcher matt boyd as well as phillies manager gave kappler rejected by home plate umpire tom hallion with sports at fifteen and forty five past the hour i'm tony ortiz w w j newsradio nine fifty tony sports sponsored by southgate four.
"rochman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The moves invite starting lineup who's your point guard a defensive oriented point guard of gets other players involved fifteen fifteen point five assists in ann arbor 16 points five assists running the show importer you in the backcourt with him mohammad ali abdul rochman who couldn't scorching madison square garden shooting sixty seven percent in twelve attempts from the 3point line up front charles matthews who carried michigan in their opening game against iowa and then along with him isaiah livers that mr basketball from the state of michigan of a freshman mole partner who is sort of the heartbeat of this team emotional and and he's incredibly intergral part at both ends lepore not just as a 3point shooting big guy could scored lowpost put defensively he gives them a rim protector and when you're going against isaiah casa will get through from perdue we gotta be able to keep him out of the post you got to be able to guard him with one guy that match up up through centers either one that can shoot threes to me that's the focal point of this game let's talk about that perdue boiler maker starting lineup under back painter the boilers of course one this big ten tournament in two thousand nine michigan last won it last year won the very first one back in 1988 novo that has been vacated in the backcourt for the boilermakers its pj tops at a good shooting diminutive point guard along with cars that edwards who has been really good all year but since february till now especially good at in the a victim tournament averaging twenty six and a half again lease a dynamic score from houston texas he is the size of a stocky point guard but he really is a scoring to guard celtics operatic shots but this is a team that you can credibly walking dri the top10 all year long in threepoint percentage in cars never to shoot in the 40s himself he is not steered taken make the biggest shots of the biggest moments even though he's the youngest at this charges dakota matthias they swing guard slash were rounded out then upfront vincent edwards who does everything for this steve averages seven have rebounds into his it in addition to his fourteen point eight points when he's the guy who does a lot of different things and then the man in the middle of the.
"rochman" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Move honor uh he just was picked uh all big qin's second team um uh abdou row amee muhammed ali rochman abdou rochman was our big tin honorable mention and dunkin robinson was uh was six man of the year nice big tin six man of the year so how about that graduations to all those three men well deserve yeah in just taking a look at look at up as well just to let everybody know so the the big ten first team was k debates the app from ohio state miles bridges from michigan state tony car from penn state carson edwards from purdue and james palmer junior from nebraska the second team was one morgan from indiana more it's wagner for michigan john tait from ohio state vinson edwards from purdue in lethem hap from wisconsin jame or what eu uh what do you think about those what do you think about those elections you know what i can't argue with them i mean there that i mean we did you say mild did i hear mouth bridges his name yes he was on the first team bocquet i just wanted to make sure magic as again uh i can't you can't argue with those um those those of good players all of them are good players i guess um at like a look at dunkin' roberson you may not be the starter but guess what you six man of the year and the big did yeah no happy to happy to hear about but that one with him i i i dunno i dunno jayme oh i think i think more it's has played more than well enough to prove that he would say in all ten are allbig ten first team performer i think the one person i would probably take off of their you know they are they all did have tremendous seasons but maybe james palmer junior from nebraska and not just because he's from nebraska breath or the other now i thought this say well i thought the other four i don't think you could really argue with the other four i agree with you tony car being the the leading scorer in the big ten caves baid's the app being probably the favored probably the naacp yeah you know him being are you for mvp miles bridges in even though he didn't maybe play up to what people expected him to or make the steps forward people expected him to certainly still had.
"rochman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Their rochman high school in a call to a boston tv station they've been arrested officials say the two freshman at rotman high were charged friday with making terrorist threats and disturbing a school assembly some of the florida school shooting survivors are speaking out about gun control measures and the fbi the fbi admits it failed to investigate a specific report in january that the accused shooter could be plotting a school shooting crowds gather outside the headquarters of the national rifle association in fairfax virginia their protest gun violence in response to wednesday's match shooting at the high school in parkland florida wbz news time is five nine keno little snow expected tonight so how will that affect the ski slopes so the ski slopes jolly rosso joining us now with the ski report jarlee well it'll affect skislopes quite nicely especially the one closetohome because they're the ones that stand to get the most added it i'm talking about skiers like watch used to massachusetts perhaps some of those southern new hampshire areas like crotch had mountain in pats p those are the spots are gonna get perhaps at least a few inches we'll see how far north goes maybe some of the white mountain areas could get a couple of inches but we'll have to wait and see on that but you know having a clear cool night was really good to finally things settling in so gruber's kid get out there with their power tellers dig down into that snow and make it smoothly liu so when you make those first runs the day you'll get that nice smooth corduroy even on some of the steeper runs up in the white mountains uh like luhn mountain where they go off their north peak chair they'll get some of those steeper runs going over there or the uh the triple the.
"rochman" Discussed on 1070 The Fan
"I leg walking around in shorts and flipflops and like he shirts so i would i'd rather go to a summer olympics just more my style grew james some a winter olympics uh oh do winner um i especially if there is hr hockey rare i love curling though curling excursions aspect electric man i love the watch pearling inversion sharon had been winner summer olympics anwar oh summer and i will have to i want to see the track and field events inperson aren't i will go windsor because i guess of a loss was that americans aren't good act against the of the people novaco cherie's due to the biathlon for example curling as jays mention my personal favor this year the moods or the skeleton because why would who thought of this who thought to say okay we're gonna put you on the sled you can either line you back and not see the danger or you can lie is stomach and potentially have the danger come at you a hundred miles an hour affray my wife and i had the same conversation yesterday i was watching the skeleton and i'm very naive about this and i said honey on is it because gravity is so strong that they're non from flying off due in the skeleton because doesn't that look incredibly dangerous view what is he say she's like no honey i think people have guys dylan that's like i mean i would think saw hopefully not hopefully never but i mean you've look set pretty some of these people are going like eighty miles an hour exactly is the is the danger involved with that they lease me in throwing a once on a bunch of friends of mine we went curling in rochman county just to see how was you're thinking was tiring it it is trying to do the whole sweeping affronted the whole crumbling object and everything like that fantastic on a jet over the.
"rochman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Um and scarlett teen are doing a terrific things to help parents and kids begin to have those conversations um there's lots of great resources out there we just have to be willing to look for them and emily before you chiming let me read a comment from betsy who writes i had a frank conversation with my teenage daughter recently we agree the topic of sex including pornography was something we did not manage well as a family because of the adults own lack of knowledge and experience it's hard to discuss what you know nothing about we had many conversations about physiology safety consent and risk but we fail to include was the emotional sensual and experimental arenas of sex and sexual adi as well as well as where they may occur parents need help too so we can continue the healthy family conversation of sex with that in mind emily rochman what might you recommend for parents well you know it's funny because they've been go around the country and tighten a different groups the people about this for fear is now one of the things that i found have had to say to people is hey if you haven't checked out poran lately if this is a topic you want to talk to your kids about i think you should probably go browse a little bit and some of them look at me like oh really or some of the others look at me like well but i saw some porn in the 1990s and i say i think he might want to familiarise herself with some of the categories that are out there and some of the style of the video clips because it's really hard to have an a conversation where it so onesided because the youth is uptodate and housing what's out there and the adult is in on i would echo to though that we do here say hey there some great websites out there scarlett team definitely one of them on planned parenthood and cdc and i think we sent those links to uh to you so that.
"rochman" Discussed on The Canon
"Any action and not just give up like rochman i think that is true ruck biter a resident like he's like he's like this jewish hello i'm henry rochman and this is but yeah i do i agree with that and i think that's lovely and wonderful but you still need dramatic i dunno i think you still need i think he'll get towns have dramatic things and they're just boring i mean if they all not even though it's going to have to have the dramatic thing than why is it have to have the dramatic thing what is it this music a dozen this movie got eighty percent of rotten tomatoes and i look i thought about that was like that's exactly correct this movie should get eighty percent of rotten tomatoes it is it has lots of amazing things going for a lots of amazing colorful characters your call i love hang out with her him whatever and then and then just a lot of liked i don't know like paintbynumbers seems like this is what a fantasy supposed to be shy tell you who hate now yeah had a really can't stand the character that you so badly wanted to be you can't you can't buy dandruff childlike empress yeah i i can't stand the and you weren't in love with the childlike empress when you are chai of conflicted feelings because i do think probably deep downside young heterosexual like ten year old me probably was into her but in later years um i i find it weird house sexual lies she is she's than look i have a lot of makeup allotted really uncomfortable to me and as joan am and and yes exactly and shame look how great thanks heart rate for um but you know uh the childlike is so her and the and there's that there's a her like lieutenant is like this like tall black guy who warns about the end of the world and it also.
"rochman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Here at the chase bank auditorium in chicago and her upcoming show in hartford connecticut on march 15th hi you're on what we don't tell me hi this is josh wayne hey josh her things in fort wayne little bit cold yeah gets that way this time of year for a win what do you do there i think in a rock band no another singirok rochman what's your rochman called the 47 california cupcake company she as i'm i'm i'm guessing not punk rock then no occurs to comedy i'm into it it's like jokes you can dance do their well welcome to the show josh bill curtis is going to read you three newsrelated limerick for the last word or phrase missing from each your job of course you know this you have to fill in the last word or phrase do that times you'll be a winner ready to play absolutely here is your first limit on hot days those poor kids condemn the shade street dealers it's time we give them an aide let's not close them grieve for their cool thirst relief and wisconsin will legalize lemonade yes levin very good men than eight lawmakers given escartin where planned to clean up the means streets there by passing a bill to legalize lemonade stands in that state without a proper permit it was previously illegal to sell limited on the street also goes by the street names zinc juice at yellow ballet long tang sweet p so apparently did a newly needed this law but then in 2011 stared run by two young girls were shut down by police in wisconsin because they didn't have the correct food handling license you think that's over overkill but they were also selling crystal light and as we go ahead wisconsin little mineralnoye eliminate i think is good i think you know i come from a land where we have to be you know mean and terrible to our children to build them up and i think arresting eleven year olds truly is the way forward the only way that loan exactly in about sullen teenager and grease yes wouldn't have happened if you've been arrested here's your next limerick resentment side rather nurse so some expletive shell disperse what i'm down on my luck i say bleep bleep and bleep i am happy 'cause i've really hurt yes the turns out happiness is a fourletter word or it comes from them at least that's what some as.
"rochman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Blue but wnyc reporter mirella i've rick told the brian lehrer show that building enough trust to convince homeless people to head into a shelter takes time if it city says the fix about five months and average to get people into into shelters so obviously even doing called blue people are careful how they approach people who decide to stay on the street because they're trying to build a relationship let them charities accepting winter coat donations include new york cares and the salvation army governor andrew cuomo says the republican tax law represents double taxation on cnn this morning he said eliminating the deductibility of state and local taxes will hit democratic states like new york hard and that he added will come back to bite republicans and by the way you want to hurt new york you want her california there the economic engines how are you going to grow the economy after you put a dagger in the heart of new york and california cuomo says he's also looking into ways to restructure new york's tax coat criminal justice reform egg advocates are optimistic new york state will finally take action in 2018 to reduce the number of people held in jail simply because they can't afford bail in shirt rochman is project director at the vieira institute of justice she says too many judges imposed bail for low level misdemeanours and don't consider alternatives a p r e l and how any legislative reform really has to get up thousands sort of pushed hard to change that default to release in some doughty she says nearly ninety percent of all people in jail or charged with a misdemeanor a proposal by governor cuomo to change the bail system didn't go anywhere this year but many advocates say his office seemed receptive to crafting a new proposal in 2018 eighteen degrees right now frigid weather in store for this evening increasing clouds getting down to a low around twelve degrees.
"rochman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The team in an air force got running around a little bit jake levin las stick on the flight levin went and picked up his speaking in it was malcolm murray came right down the left side of the swat team in the past comes out dalcontrolled discombobulated on the way at airports hibs up the first going back to that secret hurt that first one last night they do again tonight ten thirty poor left in the first it's one zero pioneers pioneers when the draw but they're going to call for icing as the putt sent in from the sacred are blue line by rochman job so the falcons after babel from behind again today than down one nothing last night as your scored about a minute into the game up until this point it done very little right so the fence up in front of perry over here in the near circle one nothing pioneers mainly on the crowd pioneers hating auditors borrowing mubarak printed all the way coast to coast paul's down he beat the rap metab hide the slot since one of the gut mrs just wide picked up off the back wall on the rebound vice hicklin heart johnstone pretty clash it up taken away by airports cookhouse it leads him out on a threeonthree cook feathers a pass up a hit for boomer poke check to wake him macron goes in behind the net rock qatar beats everybody to blues rubber russia appeared johnstone reads them up in a left wing sensitive behind the air force net christopolous watches over show loosely battle there right behind the airforce net three pioneers three falcons the other guys standing around watching the agean recycle as watches over his right shoulder pioneers when the stick battle they come away with that they feet to the blue line from their joseph expires one at the net it's wide it's off the back wall comes out over here to.
"rochman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Dot com plan rather young here now resident jeff kathy guns tasr recipes exclusively for her favorite herb basil it smells like summer right yeah it's just like every feel the warmth of his son on you can hear the waves at the beach it's just everything good at at summer at the next time here now and it'll be a part of the program coming your way right after forum today hero now comes your way each day from your eleven till noon here on kqed public radio this was forum michael krasny were talking with bonnie rochman author of a book called the gene machine n just to clarify she'll be boxing and pell aalto on thursday july thirteen seven pm and we're going to go right to your calls and let's begin with tim in los angeles tim you're on the air taking my call um i think that there is a really big ethical dilemma would seem quite clear at this point and that is uh a gay man i see this as uh uh a way of committing genocide against white people because if a parent thing that if you hard to live as a gauge trial the you know uh it if they feel that might be to art and dave work the peter there are now taking um my right away during this even though as a gay man i would great whites are living a gay man and i wanted created for anything in the world so denying my rate heard i just because the.
"rochman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"King of our about brayden row we're talking really about what once was thought to be science fiction even dna from three parents as off on the horizon serve and talk about that there was a this is a couple couple of believe from jordan who were in mexico and the the transferred to might economy will dna from well in other parents from gas so that in there it's kind of an pop culture it's known as three parent baby it's bad scientists rally recoil they don't like that term them i is going to be wreck well said why would it it's it's really only useful and very very rare situations where the mother has i'm has a serious might a contra disease said what happens is that the fathers ag the by the biological mothers the father sperm the biological mothers egg and then the that the errors than that defective mitochondrial dna is taken out an ad donor adgas is used is to replace the part say you have an egg where and all of the an all the important staff is still coming from the biological mom and then they joan are ag is kind of starving as almost like as a vehicle as an that's all said that's where you get the three perent babies from fat that genetic in firm asian that rail a um you know personality a and all of the job he had a trade that is still coming from from the biological mothers him and leg constantly try remind our listeners always think of nature and there are two of the gather and ideally kind of synchronicity operating we're talking again with bonnie rochman.