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"saran saran" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

07:11 min | 3 months ago

"saran saran" Discussed on WEEI

"Arizona sits at six and five on the year, their third in the NFC West at one point in time. They were five and two on the year. They had just come off of a huge win a comeback win against Seattle who at the time had a V P. Front runner Russell Wilson. The Cardinals have now lost three out of the last four and, you know, boring. A insane Hail Mary play, they would have dropped four consecutive What is going wrong with this team from where they once were? Five and two to where they are now? You know, they're not part of it is the expectations of going wrong? You know, they had that start at 52. If you have a lot of people, including me at the beginning of the year, my partner is on and I we have been pregnant. Seven wins, you know as a ceiling. Because it was, you know, off season to prepare, you know, young team Second, your head coaches settle certain What happens is they get off to the good start and all of sudden expectations. Turn around. Now. Everybody's out here thinking, what is the playoffs mean? We could make this run? We could do this. Would you do that? In reality? If you said the beginning of the year they were six and five. At this point, it would have been somewhat of a Wow. That's a pretty good season. So far, I think what happened is he actually taste was of that. A lot of people who think that the Cardinals of maybe a little Further ahead of schedule than the actual er. We've got a long way to go. Especially in this division. You see what the 40 Niners did to the Ram? I mean, this is by the best division in football and we could end up You know for in the division, but that wouldn't be a crying shame. You know, it's just I just think that the team still have to grow a lot of coaches, staff stuff a lot. Figure out and you know that we have given more talented on both sides of the ball as well. So I don't think anything really going wrong. I think the perception that this team is already there. I think that causes them a little bit of Thanks because you know they actually it's just the way you go for that kind of good start. Don't myself thinking you know you a little better than you are sometimes. So with that said at I'll get you out of here with this. There's six and five They got five games left to play. Two matchups against the Rams won against the 40, Niners and the Giants and the Eagles. Do you think ultimately, by the time this season ends this team is is finishing the year with a winning record. I do think of finished with a winning record. You know, eagles dying. You know that not to say there there. Guarantee wins with you out of here Used to be favor. No trouble will be the split with the Rams. You. Can you get the 40 Niners were gonna be They seem like they're getting healthier. They still have Garoppolo back, but they're getting healthier And we I say we just saw they did for the Rams. Six wins already in your in your in your bucket. You know you can't go to we get a split. You know that gives you that night wind so hopefully, you know, And then with that being said, you never know how to play also gonna unfold, But I think we're sitting in a better spot than we thought. At least I thought we'd be at this particular point in season. And you know nine wins on the season. Maybe 10 would be ultimately a huge success for this organization. All right, so we'll quickly one last one. I lied. Do you think ultimately the Cardinals secure spot in the expanded post season this year? That's a good question of either do my crystal ball man? I would actually and I know my cardinal's people are gonna be love set with me. If they hear their I got, I think the way the The schedule falls out with their 40 Niners game to this program. I don't know if they, you know, wait around, you know the way the houthis uh, the truth in Saran Saran, right, be in desperation mode. I don't think we actually get there, but I just said, I'm if I was a betting, man, I'd be afraid to put that money down there and I was I'd be going out have to push on. But Honestly, I'm not think we might call it just a little short this year, and that might disappoint a lot of people out here. But even with that, being said, it's been a good good good season so far. Head. I greatly appreciate the time taking some time at your Sunday evening to come on and shout with us Enjoy the rest of football that we got going on over the next few days. And who knows? Maybe the few weeks fingers crossed what we talking some Cardinals NFL playoff football. That sounded that appreciate you making up the great work. Good talk to your brother. That was the great Ed Smith, the host of the believing Cardinals podcast on the believe podcast network, and you can hear him on Saturday mornings out in Arizona on Katie US 10 60 a M. Phoenix, which, if you're in Phoenix, that's where you're listening to us right now. So her ray for that big things to add jumping on. He joined via the Progressive guests line. Real great insight there. I definitely am with him. I do think the Cardinals. The perception at least of the Cardinals was one year ahead of schedule, and I think a lot of that is because You can see when you watch column Murray, that dude is going to be a stud. He has shown glimpses of him being able to hang with some of the best quarterbacks in football game. His duel with Josh Allen was a ton of fun. His back and forth duels with Russell Wilson have been a ton of fun. He has something in him that you watch and you say, all right, this guy is going to be really, really good. But I think a lot of times the mass is like to jump the gun. If you will. Everyone likes being smart. We like to say. I knew that this guy was going to be good. I knew that this team was going to be good before everyone else and that makes me smart, and that makes me intelligent. I think the Cardinals have kind of fallen into that trap if you will, because the perception of them was so strong because their offense gained such an incredible wide receiver like DeAndre Hopkins, and you wanted a column Murray. With Cliff Kingsbury to take the next step forward, But it's clear that Cliff Kingsbury, while a great offensive mind still has a lot to learn. As Ed mentioned in terms of being an actual head coach to lead an organization and to constantly think multiple plays ahead. When you get into a tight spot like the situation Arizona found themselves in At the end of the first half, where you leave seven points on the board. Going into halftime against the Patriots up 10 versus going in up three are very, very different, especially the style that New England is playing this year because Cam Newton while playing well, he threw 18 passes. He goes nine of 18 for 84 yards and two picks. Have new is playing like that. That's a game The Cardinals should have won. It comes down to the details. The nitty gritty in some of the decision coaching wise that Cliff Kingsbury made was not enough for Arizona to pick up this win, All right. We still got a lot of games to discuss. I want to go down to Minnesota. Lots of drama at the end between the Carolina Panthers and the Vikings, plus on historic back to back sequence will head down to that game. Next. This is the NFL rush with that day, where jobs and radio given out. We're not giving.

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"saran saran" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:01 min | 3 months ago

"saran saran" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Or require. That is a dilemma Many employers are facing as a covert 19 vaccine comes closer to reality. Ah, quarter million people in the U. S have died from Cove it once there's a shot can that can prevent illness Should it be mandatory in the workplace? NPR's Andrea Hsu has more Only a couple of months into the pandemic. Holly Smith had made up her mind. Her restaurant Cafe Juanita in Kirkland, Washington, would not reopen the diners until there was a covert 19 vaccine. She's She's already already told told her her staff staff you you are are going going to to get get vaccinated. vaccinated. Some Some of of my my young young millennials millennials are are like like Saran Saran taking. taking. This This is is a a directive directive like like as as a a mandate. mandate. Is Is that that how how you you mean mean it? it? And And that's that's that's that's a scary thing. You know, like Yeah. Yes, yes, Smith had 28 employees before the pandemic. She's had to lay off all but five. Her fine dining spot has become a take out on Lee business. Even with a much smaller staff, Smith is serious about safety. She requires her workers to get tested. If they go on vacation with people outside their bubble, or if they're showing any sign of illness. I believe in civil liberties and all those different things, but you know, we have people who live with their parents. We have people who lived with her husband, who has diabetes. The staff have to be healthy and safe before you could move forward, she says, you know for vaccinated I think I can move out in the world and be responsible for these 28 or 30 people. Plus all the people coming in. Now, if you're wondering, Can she actually do this? Can she require her workers to get vaccinated? The answer appears to be yes, but her workers also have the right to request exemptions. Under federal law. Someone could say I have a medical or religious reason I can't be vaccinated and companies must try to provide accommodations. It's incredibly hard to manage a mandate. Johnnie Taylor Jr is president of the Society for Human Resource Management, He says Each request must be evaluated on its own merits. Now imagine if there were hundreds of them. A recent poll found four in 10. Americans don't want the vaccine, though that polling was done before anyone knew how well the vaccines would work. So this is a true headache for HR professionals. That's why you're likely to see many companies strongly encourage the vaccine, but stopped short of mandating it. Take, for example, the pork producers Smithfield, the company told NPR. They're not anticipating a firm mandate, but they want to offer the vaccine on site. Even with all the headaches, Taylor things many employers will go for the mandate. After all, they have an obligation to get rid of any known hazards in the workplace like Covad. It's real and it's devastating. So I think the dynamic changes. Employers are actually going to position this as I need to do this full stop. Now. There are some workplaces that already mandate the flu vaccine, most commonly hospitals. Dr. James McDevitt is dean of clinical affairs at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. He says the annual flu shot is required for some 14,000 people, doctors, nurses, med students, even the clerks. They're sitting in a computer that don't see live patients. It's the right thing to do for society, he says. If you claim an exemption, you have to wear a mask. Now with the covert vaccine. Baylor is not going to make it mandatory until they can actually get enough supply to cover everyone and until it's been deemed safe, not just by the FDA, McDivitt says, but by his own colleagues. Johnny Taylor Jr says. Whatever companies decide there are likely to be challenges. And so Congress and state legislators are going to have to think about how to offer some protection on both sides. Legal protection for companies that mandate the vaccine in case someone has a bad reaction. Even though you will have to sign a waiver before you get the shot. They've also gotta protect the employers who decide not to make it. Mandate and then who are sued by employees who contracted Taylor has been meeting with federal employment officials telling them employers want to do the right thing, but they're in a tough spot, and they're going to need help getting through this.

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As COVID-19 Vaccine Nears, Employers Consider Making It Mandatory

All Things Considered

04:01 min | 3 months ago

As COVID-19 Vaccine Nears, Employers Consider Making It Mandatory

"Or require. That is a dilemma Many employers are facing as a covert 19 vaccine comes closer to reality. Ah, quarter million people in the U. S have died from Cove it once there's a shot can that can prevent illness Should it be mandatory in the workplace? NPR's Andrea Hsu has more Only a couple of months into the pandemic. Holly Smith had made up her mind. Her restaurant Cafe Juanita in Kirkland, Washington, would not reopen the diners until there was a covert 19 vaccine. She's She's already already told told her her staff staff you you are are going going to to get get vaccinated. vaccinated. Some Some of of my my young young millennials millennials are are like like Saran Saran taking. taking. This This is is a a directive directive like like as as a a mandate. mandate. Is Is that that how how you you mean mean it? it? And And that's that's that's that's a scary thing. You know, like Yeah. Yes, yes, Smith had 28 employees before the pandemic. She's had to lay off all but five. Her fine dining spot has become a take out on Lee business. Even with a much smaller staff, Smith is serious about safety. She requires her workers to get tested. If they go on vacation with people outside their bubble, or if they're showing any sign of illness. I believe in civil liberties and all those different things, but you know, we have people who live with their parents. We have people who lived with her husband, who has diabetes. The staff have to be healthy and safe before you could move forward, she says, you know for vaccinated I think I can move out in the world and be responsible for these 28 or 30 people. Plus all the people coming in. Now, if you're wondering, Can she actually do this? Can she require her workers to get vaccinated? The answer appears to be yes, but her workers also have the right to request exemptions. Under federal law. Someone could say I have a medical or religious reason I can't be vaccinated and companies must try to provide accommodations. It's incredibly hard to manage a mandate. Johnnie Taylor Jr is president of the Society for Human Resource Management, He says Each request must be evaluated on its own merits. Now imagine if there were hundreds of them. A recent poll found four in 10. Americans don't want the vaccine, though that polling was done before anyone knew how well the vaccines would work. So this is a true headache for HR professionals. That's why you're likely to see many companies strongly encourage the vaccine, but stopped short of mandating it. Take, for example, the pork producers Smithfield, the company told NPR. They're not anticipating a firm mandate, but they want to offer the vaccine on site. Even with all the headaches, Taylor things many employers will go for the mandate. After all, they have an obligation to get rid of any known hazards in the workplace like Covad. It's real and it's devastating. So I think the dynamic changes. Employers are actually going to position this as I need to do this full stop. Now. There are some workplaces that already mandate the flu vaccine, most commonly hospitals. Dr. James McDevitt is dean of clinical affairs at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. He says the annual flu shot is required for some 14,000 people, doctors, nurses, med students, even the clerks. They're sitting in a computer that don't see live patients. It's the right thing to do for society, he says. If you claim an exemption, you have to wear a mask. Now with the covert vaccine. Baylor is not going to make it mandatory until they can actually get enough supply to cover everyone and until it's been deemed safe, not just by the FDA, McDivitt says, but by his own colleagues. Johnny Taylor Jr says. Whatever companies decide there are likely to be challenges. And so Congress and state legislators are going to have to think about how to offer some protection on both sides. Legal protection for companies that mandate the vaccine in case someone has a bad reaction. Even though you will have to sign a waiver before you get the shot. They've also gotta protect the employers who decide not to make it. Mandate and then who are sued by employees who contracted Taylor has been meeting with federal employment officials telling them employers want to do the right thing, but they're in a tough spot, and they're going to need help getting through this.

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"saran saran" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

05:24 min | 6 months ago

"saran saran" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"Well I've been doing documentaries recently. So my documentaries can be found on video under William Ramsay five documentaries there, and then I kind of do a podcast William Ramsay investigates which you can get on itunes or spreaker anything like that I have a lot of old research into the West Memphis, three on my youtube channel which trying to kind of just more away from US less. But there's little videos there if you WANNA see my research going back with all these other characters at William Ramsay investigates and. You know three books that wrote about these different subject between find on Amazon or my website is William Ramsay Indus-? Gates. Dot Com if you want signed copies. And William Ramsay investigates. Just WanNa tell people again you it's it's up to date stuff. We've just been cut in this one little lane, but you're talking to all sorts of different interesting people and really digging in and that kind of attorney style get to the facts. Thanks like who are some of the guests that you've had on recently that you really excited to interview and who are some of the people you have coming up Well just like I I talked to you talked to Tom O'Neil about his book chaos. I highly recommend that book I talk to a really good broke about He said liberal if you WANNA talk about huge PSI ops, it's the. People's knows the symbol unease Liberation Army the book is revolutions end by Schreiber highly recommend that book because it was just one tiny little piece of this operation chaos were a fake leftist organization in my opinion and I think there authors opinions well was created to subvert the left and it was the Symbionese Liberation Army in this Guy Sink Jay. And I would highly recommend that book because it'll. It'll twist your ideas a highly recommend that interview. Yeah that was a great Reagan. Now Brad drivers is named highly record great writer, and then I also Lisa piece about RFK and Saran Saran about political SASSA nation. So you know I really definitely interested in pure politics so and I think that those books all back up their their premises in their positions I think that. surrogate answer was patsy and might had real something was going on with him. He was the subject of something really creepy. So. Those are some examples of trying. You know not everybody has asked You my interviews, but I think I've been very fortunate.

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"saran saran" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"saran saran" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The John Phillips show can you play that clip one more time of Colosio alleging that president trump is on drugs that's also an act of kindness because I he looked to me like the the little sedated the look that way last year to so I now have a new theory on why she's alleged mass she represents San Francisco in the Congress when she goes back home to our district all she seizes our syringes everywhere she looks you look down on the sidewalk serene serene syringe you look in the street Saran Saran syringe she thinks everyone's on drugs because everyone around her is on drugs maybe she stepped on one and she's on drugs to get a contact high from the math smoking it could be what a thing to say he looks sedated an act of kindness because I can look to me like the the little sedated the look that way last year to now imagine for one second so would said that about hunter Biden well people have do we noted I forgot about the intervention yes what if you were to say that in another context you get in trouble now she just threw it out there man she's angry and I want to go back to a conversation we had yesterday with barber stone because barber made a point that I think is correct Nancy had instincts that said don't do impeachment Nancy is many things but stupid he's not one of them I don't know if you're familiar with Nancy Pelosi but she didn't just fall off the turnip truck her dad was the mayor of Baltimore as they was Thomas Diallo sand row her brother was mayor of Baltimore also Thomas DL sand road junior and they not only were elected to the mayor's office they ran the political machine that ran that city they ran the Tammany Hall of Baltimore when Baltimore was important city then she married a very rich banker Paul pelo see who moved to San Francisco where she became best friends with a woman by the name of shallow burden shallow was married to Phil Burton who was the congressman from San Francisco his brother John Burton ran the state Senate here for a long time John Burton and Phil Burton ran the political machine that ran San Francisco politics they produce the likes of Willie brown and Dianne Feinstein Gavin Newsom London breed you name it that machine produced in California she came up through the ranks of that machine at one point in time Nancy Pelosi was chair of the California Democratic Party because she had such access to power and she had such access to money and she became a congresswoman because Phil died a young man his wife Saleh took over she died like two years later three years later and on her deathbed as Nancy Pelosi to run for Congress which she did and she's been there ever since so Nancy Pelosi understands politics she's the most effective fund raiser in the entire Democratic Party and she knew that impeachment was poison but to retain power over her new caucus of lunatics like a see had retreated to leave the L. hot Omar she felt that she had to acquiesce and go with impeachment to keep them happy and to keep her power yeah early on when those new Congress women got into office she was pushing back against them she was trying to set them straight and they started calling her a racist that's right and so she lost on impeachment she's angry she's frustrated she's looking for someone to take it out on she can take it out on reached receded to leave until hot Mar an A. O. C. so she's taking it out on trump was also an act of kindness because I can look to me like the the little sedated the look that way last year too and she looks on here and and I can't get enough it's twelve thirty one let's take a look at headlines.

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"saran saran" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

09:56 min | 1 year ago

"saran saran" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Is in response to things getting a little bit heated between the campaigns of Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren this was really inevitable because they're they're fighting over the same they're fighting over the same constituency largely and if you were to add the numbers I've been saying so if you were to add the numbers of national support and it certainly if you look at even state by state in the early in the early primary states what you know that if you look at that and you were to add Sanders and Warren together are what you find very quickly is that you have the number one candidate and I think that that's a pretty fair I think most of Bernie supporters would go for Warren and I think most of Warren supporters recovery I just the gas I don't am I looking at the specific numbers on that but it makes sense right he's the two most progressive most far left candidates although on policy matters judge seems very he presents as a sentries here eloquent guy I give credit where it's due but he presents as a centrist but is policies are actually quite far left to him he'd probably be number three on my list of leftists who are still still in the game leftists who are still trying to make a go of it here but you're going to see a bit of internet seen battling between Sanders and and Warren because they're dirty on this is this is like a different parts of Europe with the socialists were fighting with other socialist over who got to be the real socialists that's kind of happening in the democratic primary right now and I think we can expect that to get even more you know even more vitriolic because you know there's a lot there's a lot of stake here if you're a Bernie Sanders support this is it right is not good I don't I don't believe that anyone really that a bridge too old now really but he's definitely gonna be too old in four more years although you know maybe Democrats will just pretend that nothing matters and you know who cares please don't forget to be too old and and four more years and I think we also have to look at what the chances are that you know Elizabeth Warren is going to be able to maintain her position with the Democratic Party in four more years if she doesn't get it on this time so there does I think there certainly ever hired as your Bernie Sanders I think there's a pretty hi sense of urgency for Elizabeth Warren to about the prison mark how old is Warren I actually don't know that offhand I should know that I would say I feel she's gonna be Hillary's age but my maybe she's a little younger because her age never comes up as a fire what is she seventy yeah okay she's right that I I will I will shock she was sixty well maybe she was like early sixties I mean seventy four you're gonna run for president you're gonna be present so you're eighty two if you serve two terms like I'm sorry I think that she I think it's now or never for war into so if you're a warm person you're Bernie person you don't you don't have the luxury of well this is just a test run for the next time and just in general even trump when you want to run for president at age goes on a beach somewhere honestly I know especially with some of these folks if you know if I'm working that hard at that age should be jobs yeah now produce a person mark is just gonna be he's gonna be sending an email so the freedom hard in in forty years from what is the preferred beach location if you had to pick right now in America yeah Americans Florida Florida though in one nice places and I'm I I like west Palm these days yeah I like del Rey del Rey is a really nice town I was down I was down there actually couple years ago I was stunned by how great not very expensive restaurants very Beachy head my man we mention lately no state income tax all we've been toggle we're gonna sit here okay look as follows it was like sixty degrees in New York this weekend we should make is our second two weeks which is yeah but was amazing I was well I was walking around in a T. shirt in January New York City it was just it was all all incredibly beautiful outside but we're sitting around thinking okay everyone was walking on the streets in order I mean I was like walking through Times Square sings going on I was walking around and we're all in such a good mood you know because like wow you know my my nose is not like dripping in my face doesn't feel like it's going to fall off I'm in a good mood there are Americans there are real living Americans today who have better weather than that all year long yeah thank the Americans yeah that's true I mean everything comes with its cost in the summertime I think you walk around I mean I'm I'm a sweater use our big sweater yeah I don't I'm not good with the the high humidity high heat yeah true Baghdad is a dry heat so that wasn't so bad but other places some move to make is that yeah exactly I'd I'd be better with that than with the swampy this will be G. she is miserable in July DC is just I could ever walk around in a suit you're just you're sweating through because I always say there's no such thing as a summer student alive it's a marketing gimmick if you've to put on all those layers you're gonna be sweating no matter what you wear a suit if you're wearing you know Saran Saran wrap poke with lots of holes in it you're still gonna be sweating all the time all that probably is not a good year I mean something very very little sounds ridiculous yeah this the tens of your fashion sense I guess but let's get back to the Sanders Warren throw down here which I think is is going to be this is going to be the Democrats story at this stage of the primary because then they're both going to have their best performances in these early states of Iowa New Hampshire this is where you're going to see those two candidates doing their very best and there's going to be a lot of pressure for one to drop out and the other perhaps to stay in well obviously the other salmon I mean for one drop out so the other can stay at sorry that's I turn to you and E. S. P. N. analyst there for second well you know that's human wins this is going to be the one with more points on the board at the end of the game see I could do a pretty super producer mark I'm good like that eve you actually exactly the same as the S. P. N. Monday Night Football and yeah like he's actually terrible in your modeling Israel you know the one thing about that catch is that if you were completed would have been a catch an actual call was only better go for to hear because that'll make it a three point game actual call last week in the playoffs there we go yeah that's exciting stuff from the from the announcers there can you play speaking of interesting theorizing can you please as we're looking at the difference in Warren and Sanders which an age wise I like I said Warner seventy I did not realize she sold but she's also very woke very left wing please click the three the LGBTQ community we have to protect all of our people works all the way through the system you know we were talking earlier about criminal justice one of the things we have to think about as a nation we have to stop putting trans women who are incarcerated in two prisons with man where they are at this stop putting trans women in the prisons with men where they're at risk my friends I I cannot tell you right now what the show was or when it was exactly but in the earlier days the freedom and I remember going into some lengthy discourse because it was it was in the early stages of what is now the transgender rights phenomenon I remember saying where do we sign and this is when we talk about bathroom usage we talk about sports as we know no bathroom usage I everywhere I'm going these days I'm seeing more and more you know so you know male and female bathroom I mean it's a you know unisex or whatever they're calling all sacks on the set whatever the the proper terminology is as you know with sports you got got you got guys who are biological males who were you know six four competing as a whole bunch of five foot seven women in volleyball this individual in Australia for example you know who's really considerably larger than me and he's playing in the women's volleyball anyway that's already happened the one place researchers say hold on a second what happens in the prison system I now Democrats are there too I was saying back then if you were if you were someone who's assigned to life in prison as a male and you will never get now nope no possibility of parole what with the calculation be think about how much better how much safer you would be how much how preferable it would be for a whole lot of reasons perhaps to be assigned to send us your life in a way in to be a man a biological male in a women's prison the kind of person is going to prison for life my look at this and say hold on a second there's a real imperative there's a real advantage and now Democrats are straight on his list with Warner saying how are they going to judge do you have to have a sex change operation to go to a woman's prison what if you just feel like you're a woman on the inside number I'm really asking a question and want to know what the liberals say it seems to me that they will say that you get to go to women's prison forever which that's gonna have a whole lot of consequence newsradio kale BJ on John Cooley and topping Austin's news Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says.

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"saran saran" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

10:04 min | 1 year ago

"saran saran" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Is in response to things getting a little bit heated between the campaigns of Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren this was really inevitable because they're they're fighting over the same they're fighting over the same constituency largely and if you were to add the numbers I've been saying so long if you were to add the numbers of national support and it certainly you look at even state by state in the early in the early primary states what you know that if you look at that and you were to add Sanders and Warren together are what you'd find very quickly is that you have the number one candidate and I think that that's a pretty fair I think most of Bernie supporters would go for Warren and I think most of Warren supporters we go for pretty much the gas I don't am I looking at the specific numbers on that but it makes sense right these the two most progressive most far left candidates although on policy matters judge seems very you know he he presents as a sentries here eloquent guy I give credit where it's due but he presents as a centrist but is policies are actually quite far left to him he'd probably be number three on my list of leftists who are still still in the game leftists who are still trying to make a go of it here but you're going to see a bit of internet seen battling between Sanders and and Warren because they're dirty on this is this is like a different parts of Europe with the socialists were fighting with other socialist over who got to be the real socialists that's kind of happening in the democratic primary right now and I think we can expect that to get even more you know even more vitriolic because you know there's a lot there's a lot of stake here if you're a Bernie Sanders support this is it right is not gonna I don't I don't believe that anyone really that a bridge too old now really but he's definitely gonna be too old in four more years although you know maybe Democrats will just pretend that nothing matters and you know who cares please don't forget to be too old and and four more years and I think we also have to look at what the chances are that you know Elizabeth Warren is going to be able to maintain her positioning within the Democratic Party in four more years if she doesn't get it on this time so there does I think there certainly ever hired as your Bernie Sanders I think there's a pretty hi sense of urgency for was with warranty about the prison mark how old is Warren I she don't know that offhand I should know that I would say I feel like she's gonna be Hillary's age but I might maybe she's a little younger initially there because her age never comes off as a fire what is she seventy yeah okay she's right that I I was shocked when she was sixteen yeah well maybe she was like early sixties I mean seventy four you're gonna run for president you're gonna be present so you're eighty two if you serve two terms like I'm sorry I think that she I think it's now or never for war into so if you're a warm person you're Bernie person you don't you don't have the luxury of well this is just a test run for the next time and just in general even trump when you want to run for president at age goes on a beach somewhere honestly I know especially with some of these folks if you know if I'm working that hard at that age should be jobs yeah now disapproves remark is just gonna be he's gonna be sending an email to the freedom hard in in forty years from what is the preferred beach location if you had to pick right now in America Americans Florida where Florida though one nice places and I like I like west Palm these days yeah I like el Rey del Rey is a really nice town town I was down I was down there actually a couple years ago I was stunned by how great not very expensive restaurants very Beachy and had my man we mention lately no state income tax all we've been talking we're gonna sit here okay look it's although it was it was like sixty degrees in New York this weekend we should make us all second two weeks which is yeah I was amazed I was well I was walking around in a T. shirt in January New York City it was just it was all all incredibly beautiful outside but we're sitting around thinking okay everyone was walking on the streets in order I mean I was like walking through Times Square seeing what's going on I was walking around and we're all in such a good mood you know because like wow you know my my nose is not like dripping in my face doesn't feel like it's going to fall off I'm in a good mood there are Americans there are real living Americans today who have better weather than that all year long yeah thank the Americans yeah that's true I mean everything comes with its cost in the summertime I think you walk around I mean I'm I'm a sweater use our big sweater yeah I don't I'm not good with the the high humidity high heat yeah true Baghdad is a dry heat so that wasn't so bad but other places so moved to make is that yeah exactly I'd I'd be better with that than with the swampy this will be do you see as miserable in July do you see is just I can ever walk around in a suit you're just you're sweating through because I would say there's no such thing as a summer students alive it's a marketing gimmick if you have to put on all those layers you're gonna be sweating no matter what you wear honest to turn us here if you're wearing you know Saran Saran wrap poke with lots of holes in it you're still gonna be sweating all the time all that probably is not a good year I mean something very very sounds ridiculous yeah this the pencil your fashion sense I guess but let's get back to you the Sanders Warren throw down here which I think is is going to be this is going to be the Democrats story at this stage of the primary because then they're both going to have their best performances in these early states of Iowa New Hampshire this is where you're going to see those two candidates doing their very best and there's going to be a lot of pressure for one to drop out and the other perhaps to stay in well obviously the other Sam but I mean for one drop out so the other can stay it's our that's I turned into an E. S. P. N. analyst there for second well you know it's him and wins this is going to be the one with more points on the board at the end of the game see I could do a pretty super producer mark I'm good like that you've you're actually exactly the same as the years beyond Monday Night Football and yeah he's actually terrible in your modeling Israel you know the one thing about that catch is that if you were completed would have been a catch an actual call was only better go for to hear because that'll make it a three point game actual call last week in the playoffs well there we go that's exciting stuff from the from the announcers there can you play speaking of interesting theorizing can you please as we're looking at the difference in Warren and Sanders which an age wise I like I said Warner seventy I did not realize she sold but she's also very woke very left wing please click the three also the LGBTQ community we have to protect all of our people and it works all the way through the system you know we were talking earlier about criminal justice one of the things we have to think about as a nation we have to stop putting trans women who are incarcerated in two prisons with man where they are at a place stop putting trans women in the prisons with men where they're at risk my friends I I cannot tell you right now what the show was or when it was exactly but in the earlier days of the freedom and I remember going into some lengthy discourse because it was it was in the early stages of what is now the trans gender rights phenomenon I remember saying where do we start at and this is when we talk about bathroom usage we talk about sports as we know no bathroom usage hi everyone I'm going these days I'm seeing more and more you know so you know male and female bathroom I mean it's a you know unisex or whatever they're calling all sacks on the set whatever the the proper terminology is as you know with sports you got got you got guys who are biological males who were you know six four competing as a whole bunch of five foot seven women in volleyball this individual in Australia for example you know who's really considerably larger than me and he's playing and women's volleyball anyway that's already happened the one place researchers say hold on a second what happens in the prison system and now Democrats are there too I was saying back then if you were if you were someone who's assigned to life in prison as a male and you will never get now nope no possibility of parole what would the calculation be think about how much better how much safer you would be how much how preferable it would be for a whole lot of reasons perhaps to be assigned to spend with your wife anyway and give me a man a biological male in a women's prison the kind of person is going to prison for life my look at this and say hold on a second there's a real imperative or there's a real advantage and now Democrats are straight on his list with Warner saying how are they going to judge do you have to have a sex change operation to go to a woman's prison what if you just feel like you're a woman on the inside number I'm really asking the question I want to know what the liberals say it seems to me that they will say that you get to go to women's prison forever which that's gonna have a whole lot of consequence talk radio sixty seven CM is the home of Rush Limbaugh weekdays from noon to three W. 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"saran saran" Discussed on The Dworkin Report

The Dworkin Report

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"saran saran" Discussed on The Dworkin Report

"Busy by bringing the life cultural phenomena. She's always been a major activist for gender equity in Hollywood but behind the camera and on the screen not only that but she's always been a tremendous progressive supporter but my group the Democratic coalition a big fighter for all progressive passive causes. So please take a listen to my wide ranging interview with mega producer. Gaylon heard Jalen her. Thank you for joining us on the show today. How are you? I'm doing well happy to be here. Thank you for asking me. Oh sure are you excited. That Halloween is almost here. It's my favorite holiday. Hey of course if you look at my body of work how could it be any other. I you know it's perfect timing. They have gone before we start talking about really exciting political events. Let me ask you a what's coming next. You have any big projects in the pipeline that you can tell us about well. I'm very excited about the New Series that we're doing that is part of our walk. Walking dead family that follows students who have essentially high-school college age and That will be airing on. AMC In twenty twenty. I'm very excited about that. My judge has dropped because I did not not know about that. That sounds awesome Are you did you start feeling filming it now. We have been filming. We've been filming in Richmond. Virginia which has actually brought me to our nation's capital a couple of times because it's quite close by. Why was there any change because because it landed before that right like was a little behind the Times this is actually the third walking dead show? Walking dead does film and they Lanta area fear. The walking dead which is going into its six season films in Austin Texas. So we're we're spreading the love. I forgot about about that that yeah the the the transition I guess I'm I'm a fan of the original The it's hard to keep up. There's so much stuff going on right now for you It of all the films and franchises. You've you started two of the best action horror films of the Nineteen Eighty S. The James Cameron Cameron have captured the public madge nation in a hugely enduring. Way I I'd like to ask for our listeners. How long and hard did you work to craft both alien and Terminator Movies? I mean was it around the clock work and did you have a sense while filming that it was something amazing and special that would last for decades. Well well with with the Terminator. That was the first film that I made on my own after Leaving working for Roger Corman Assis- assistant and I think what Jim and I really wanted was to have a calling card from that film to be to make another film So I don't think if you'd asked us then if it would be something that people you know Thirty years later it would still be referring to. I think I think we would have said absolutely not is it. We're we're making the best film we can but The the fact that it would have this kind of enduring legs and I'm not sure anyone envisaged And with alien Ridley Scott directed the first film Jim and I did the second film. And then we have not been involved in the franchise ever since and it was it was really Something that we simply didn't WANNA screw up being huge fans of release original film We shows to make it a combat film as opposed to as opposed to a contained horror film. And that's why the Tagline for aliens is this time it's war And we could not have been anymore. Blessed to work with such challenges sigourney weaver This time the the undisputed star of the film as well as the late Stan Winston who created the amazing practical effects including the Queen and the power letter. How did you get your just moving on in history? I guess. How did you get your hands on the walking dead? And how did you bring that to the screen on TV well contrary to To Public Opinion Women are very very large consumers science fiction fantasy and horror. I have been a lifelong fan of horror and a lifelong comic book reader. Her and I read Robert Kirkman walking dead comic book when it first came out inquired about the rights found out. If they weren't available you know. Put it back on the shelf and then a few years later I think back in two thousand nine I asked left again and it turned out. The rights were available. And that's when Frank Darabont. who had the rights and I partnered up with Robert Kirkman and set the project up at? AMC THAT'S A. I mean it's such a phenomenal series. I A huge fan of the show but does it. Does it ever are scare you that the political environment right now might turn into a walking dead sort of environment for us. It seems like Armageddon is headed our way or some it kind of weird mix of to southern. I love that movie. I love that movie but yeah I think I think we're all prepared now We've had Ten seasons of the walking dead. We've seen all kinds of failed leadership in the series and You know so I I think that we all have a manual of how to survive and what not to do right right series. Sorry we used to. We used to have parties for the show like per viewing parties and people would throw stuff like anything involving rick like like they would if if he got in trouble people would throw stuff at like the screen and be all right. Listen I gotta put like plastic in front of this sort of wrapping Saran Saran wrap around the TV and then it got hot and molded into TV. I had to get a new TV but it was. It was just people are so the only comparison. That's even close is like game. Amo thrones like this is epic and it's just it must be I guess you take it very seriously right because every every single aspect of this show every single detail are. Are you still hands on with the series and are you in front of it a lot of the Times you still control other the plot lines or or what happens with show that the good news is that we have fantastic show runners. Who are the most hands on We have Scott Campbell who is essentially the CEO of the Content for the walking dead universe alongside Robert Kirkman who created it and Speaking of of Rick. Grimes played by the amazing Andrew. Lincoln We're also envisioning a series of walking dead films that will be distributed by universal pictures That that bring Rick Grimes back to life that he's died by the way but but We we we get to see you know his his new world. Wow well okay. That's seems exciting. Find out more about meet the candidates. Twenty twenty my new book series of Voter Guides authored by working report producer. Grant Stern. It's the only place you can read my opinion and a factual portrait of each major Democratic candidate in one one place by the book. Now at the link inside this episodes notes at grant stern dot com or your local barnes and noble. Thanks again for your support. Let's get back to the show. I guess we'll delve quickly because people wanted to know. I wanted to know as well. I guess I in Politics Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth. Warren says that she experienced pregnancy discrimination. What do you think we need need to do to get enough women to select politicians who will support them in the workplace by creating a safety net for pregnancy that reasonably extends after birth not dimension correcting the pay equity gap? Well I think I think it all starts with voting for voting for the right representatives additives that hold those values And it also very much rests with the courts and since many many of the most important courts are appointed either. The judges are appointed by the White House and confirmed by the the Senate. It's very important to make sure that Not only do we have someone in the White House who reflects those values but also so that the the Senate will block people who want to take back to To the nineteenth century in fact it may very well be the women might have had a few more rights back then You know I don't think that a abortion was illegal back then and we're on the precipice now we're making it illegal right. I saw an interview with the Vet Vet Nicole Brown that you had done interview magazine but you talked about how you had opportunities back in the day that not many women had. Have you seen a big change in the industry with women in leadership like yourself in their industry as a whole absolutely I was just I was in credibly blessed that my first job was.

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"saran saran" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

06:48 min | 2 years ago

"saran saran" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"The waves whatever's on your mind number is eight fifty five four fifty free like freedom. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three. We do have the discord on air, call line rooms at discord dot L, R N F M, so hop into one of those on the air with us in studio with you. It's ian. I'm laurel. I'm Johnson after correct error was corrected by one of the Chatters in the discord server and the on air now room. Apparently, the big gulp. I misremembered is actually a seven eleven product not circle circle K product, which is what we were discussing before. Because Sarah had called in saying that circle K was expanding openly commenting like are, they even know worthy for anything. Did they ever do anything that made them stand out amongst all the other convenience stores out there? And I just I thought it was the big dope eleven I do have to mention something. Because I you know, I Google things when we're talking about stories while we While were talking we were about talking that about we made that. We the made joke the joke about about the the the Bugs the Bugs Bunny Bunny always always making the making wrong, the turn wrong, turn Albuquerque. and Albuquerque. Right. Right. So I So just I just you know, you know, through through that that phrase phrase into Google in Google and found and found this amazingly, this amazingly, ironically, ironically, titled titled news story news story because because you know, you know, how goofy the goofy news news always titles always titles their stories, their stories, titled titled this one this wrong one turn wrong turn Albuquerque in Albuquerque about about apparently apparently twenty twenty sixteen. sixteen Eighteen. Hidden hidden amongst amongst shipments shipments of carrots of carrots across across the border the border from Mexico. from Mexico. They They were were wrapping wrapping in in like, like, it looks it like looks some like some sort sort of maybe of maybe like like orange orange electrical electrical tape tape and and Saran Saran wrap. wrap. Basically Basically these these carrot carrot ship ship packages packages of marijuana of marijuana hidden hidden among among you know, you know, like like tons tons of carrots of carrots every so every often so they often would throw they would in throw these in marijuana these marijuana carrots. carrots avocados, And apparently, and apparently the they have one point one they point stopped. they stopped You know, something something like a like a over over a ton a ton of marijuana of marijuana worth worth out of out these of carrot these carrot shipments. shipments. So So was pretty amazing pretty amazing story story from the from all summer summer of two thousand of two sixteen. thousand sixteen. Let's go to your Let's go calls to your and calls thoughts and thoughts coming up. coming You've up. got You've a story. got a story. Also Also Johnson Johnson about Joe about Joe Biden Biden. Maybe uncle uncle Joe. Some just people some are people saying are saying he's he's a creep creep others others are saying are he's saying a creep. he's But a creep. it's okay. But it's okay. It's okay. It's okay. That he's That he's he's creepy. he's creepy because He's he's democrat democrat. fine. It's fine. Let's go Let's to Robert go to Robert there's I I don't if I it's don't Roberts if it's Roberts are are in. Florida in. Florida are calling are calling from Florida from Florida you're on you're free on talk free talk live live watching watching online online on. on. My name EM both Revile? revile are Well, that's that's actually actually your name. your name. All right. All right. And actually Doc Smith doc Smith, look look I'm up crude up with off gay with pay much time. much time. But But I want I to say wanna say I give out. you I give props, you props but you screwed you up screwed up what what whiskey? whiskey Gotcha. on it? Gotcha. Gotcha. Gotcha. Like, i'm a like southern a and Beyonce. beyonce You know, you know look man, look man I give you i guys give you guys big props big props for being for one being of the one few of the few internet internet last last radio radio station station villa around still around twenty and twenty nine hundred nine that actually that actually cares cares about about anti anti state is state the man is the man different different points points of view. of view For instance, for instance when I wanna i talk want about to talk about is the is disgusting the disgusting transgender transgender destruction destruction of our of children our children with the with garbage the garbage and the and the garbage garbage bag bag that the top that the top of certain of a certain tribes tribe that we're not that allowed we're not to allowed talk to talk about about the profit the profit off one but of if i made the one the transgenders transgenders doing doing to destroy destroy people's people's children. children Okay. okay What so they're what doing they're doing not all not all over. the All you role have you some have some good people good people like are like arias meslin the mothers some others of strike, of strike but what but you what have you have a wall overall is the colluded is the colluded effort effort of of those those try detroit to the use firt the for biology biology just like deferred this the race race like just this, like the this verdict verdict nationalistic nationalistic identity, identity and they and tell they tell kids, kids oh, oh if you if feel you feel like a like girl a girl even at even three at years three years old old that's fine the girl girl as as low low I q i q browner's browner's gum gum reported reported by alita. by elitist The the certain certain knows knows that potholes we're that not we're allowed not allowed to mention to mention to destroy to destroy us. us than the purdis White white people people in European in european sounds like sounds some like really some really paranoid. paranoid Loyd garbage. garbage Both really both true really true mystery mystery in. I mean, and that's i mean one that's thing one with thing Cantwell can't not while a i'm big not fan a big of fan his of anymore his anymore either. either But he but is he right is about right a about lot of a lot that. of He that was and he not was a racist. not a racist the Very very multicultural multicultural home. home Just as just I as was i this, was well, as sir. well sir So you've so become you've become a racist a racist is what is you're what saying. you're saying Because you because blind. you belied how are you i have become a racist Because because I realized i realized the people that people that look that like look you like and you being and a me lot and a of lot of Orel orel oral oral or whatever. or whatever name is A like nice a girl. nice girl Never can spell never fell YouTube. youtube Second never so i could find never find her freaking her freaking YouTube, youtube which is the which knowing is annoying and John and john is that is it hard that to hard smell to sell laurel. laurel See see scott. scott I think that's i think what that's it is. what it is okay put in Laurel their laurel immigration immigration and you'll and find you'll find it. it Okay. okay i'll find it i'll I'll get look a i'll fit get the with point the is point that is these people these people listen listen biggie, breaking and and I'm and gender i'm agenda queer queer individual individual myself. myself I'm the gender i'm the gender queer. queer Not nazi the the y'all know all me know as me as a not socialist, a socialist right right point. the point is Why why compete not people not just just feel feel feminine feminine or beat or feminine beat them and express and express phone them phone without without taking taking drugs drugs without without a a going going on board on board on along the clergy the clergy plan plan without without going going on board on board along along destroy destroy white. white You know, why you know do they why did they surgery surgery to mutilate to mutilate genitalia? genitalia All that's all I i there's there's a lot a lot that you've that just you've said, just said then I then don't i really don't know really where know where where to where start to start with it. I with mean, it i mean if somebody if somebody wants to wants put to drugs put drugs in their in own their body, own body then then who am who I to am say i to say that that they're right they're right or wrong or wrong about about that? that In my in sectarian my sectarian monarchy. monarch Speight spate there could there be could a certain be a certain amount amount of blacks, of blacks the certain the certain amount of amount transgenders of transgenders the certain a certain amount Ajay's amount of j. even even allowed allowed right? right But if they but search if they search this the this pert the pert destroy and destroy people, people's George george Lincoln lincoln Rockwell, rockwell great great man man said dead than they than need they to needs be, to be you know, maybe you know get maybe the get worst the shift worst chipper treatment treatment like the communist like the communist gum gum of of the point. the point Is is you could you be could gender be gender queer queer gender gender variant variant without without any of any those of people those people to want go us into go your into community. your community Anyway, anyway I mean, i mean i it doesn't it sound doesn't like sound a real like a friendly real friendly place. place Crossed crossed the wrong the wrong person, person and you end and up you end in the up woods in a shipper. wood chipper That's that's that's lovely. that's lovely No, no it's more it's than more crossing than crossing the wrong the person, wrong person darling. darling It's it's it's destroyed. destroying didn't you It was say a it monarchy. was a monarchy So therefore, so therefore you would you be in would charge, be in charge right? right King the king king king, you know, that so you cross the or one of the king's you go in the Wichita. But they, but they'd have a council. All okay council voted the council voted to throw you in the woods Chipper. So it's fine. Democratic thing on a small level of you can't get why cues gum that. I love you guys. What to do? I'll get what do you have against low IQ people. You know, the. The embassy was low IQ people as Charles Murray in them have founded wellness in. There is some good low IQ people out there like autistic and mentally challenged. What we would call retarded people who are very good people who are more useful of the come on welfare, white or not. But you know, what I don't like I don't like the people that look like us, our parents that are family that took care of us and do well for a right into straight traditional lifestyle being destroyed by science pieces of feces. That's what I don't like that was a lot. He just hated much..

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"saran saran" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"saran saran" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Calls. You'll Cummings all expressing their frustration Wando with two palms upturn saying, you've gotta be kidding me. Garcia as it. Now. Right of the circle for the dynamo. Saran pass off the Mark knocked away controlled by Bach. Oh to wakowski Wanda put out on the right wing. He's got Tommy Thompson Thompson authorized elbow breaks through is ride. Gets tripped up and goes down. They say where's the penalty? There. It is. And now the opportunity for Chris wand allows. Get one goal closer to Landon Donovan's all time record. He sits at one forty two three to four to break. Wando getting set against Willis who is stopped to be six penalties. He's seen this year. He has led him for. Wando sex. Here's the whistle. Strikes. One hundred forty three goals for the captain deficit too. San Jose takes a one nothing lead here at Houston. So Tommy Thompson. Who has been able to break down the last line of defense on the third time? He does it on the night earns a penalty for San Jose. Which accomplishes two things A? It gives San Jose a one nothing lead. Chris Waddle Ascii schools scores goal number one forty three and the deficit to Thailand. And Donovan is now a too. Now, one Quist has it left wing. What's it up for Saran? He's knocked down by Lima fairly clearly it's out of play. But a throw in for Lundquist Houston. Thrown into Minolta's back. Dan saran? Saran plays it behind the circle where it's picked up and now handled. By I Garcia, the daily Garza. Willis gets it. Weighs it up on the left hand side for one list. Mabel Rodriguez with it. Now. And then here's the ball loose at the center line, one by San Jose. Thompson. Why is it back to Lima Lima at a man in his face pretty quickly gives it back to Tara bell? Finds coming to pops is towards the circle looked on for magnets to want allows me back into the center circle.

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"saran saran" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"saran saran" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"This has, a teed up. Center of the six level at one in the fifty nine Willis with a left-foot since one towards the near touchline Alexander heads it up high into the air when all toss on the volley, gets, it to a lease near touchline plays it to the. Center looking for Martinez hedges read well intercepted it. And passed over to Figaro. In touch line Figueroa switch pass nearly picked off by Kiyoko candidates barely had a foot on it was, able? To keep. It, away from key Ocho over the garage and ahead now to Atkin deli right touchline Lima The center of the pitch for Rudy Rudy dribbling. Away from traffic a Rudy through-ball left side looking. For barrios barrios taken down. To the box and a foul is on Machado inside the box and a penalty kick is coming up, for? FC Dallas Borrows down the left. Side of the box had a step on, Machado Machado on a challenge he fouled boroughs NFC douse can have a chance with. A penalty kick in the second half to regain, the lead had. A good run by Bari house he gets past Machado, Machado, gets a. Little bit of the ball but. Barrios was passed and got her didn't actually get any of the ball there it looked like from that first replay he, did, but Machado quit the heel of barrios brought him down in the. Box cleared obvious penalty. They're the right call from Grenada and now Joe Willis going to. Have to come up big for the Houston dynamo if, they want to keep this one one, one, Allama who leads FC. Dallas was seven goals on. The year we'll take the penalty kick four FC Dallas Boniek Garcia has put on a game kit, he'll be the first suffer Wilmer Cabrera at some point He would holding midfielder he'll. Come into the match war Yeah I think it's gonna be Eric Alexander he seemed a little bit tired on his legs tonight hasn't been a sharp with his passes as you'd like to see bone yak with a. Little bit of Energy Co. come just before the PK this is a little bit of gamesmanship from Wilmer Cabrera. Trying to bring in the substitute before the penalty kick just let it sit and, leave us had. A little bit longer. Freezing the kicker so to speak Eric Alexander that comes out of the match Boniek Garcia will come in Boniek. Garcia sixteenth match of the season seventh off the bench no goals and four assists, on the year A good, veteran to bring in late in the game Able to give you some pace excellent vision of the field can find the open space play the ball into the open spaces for Kyoto in a. Lease and try to get, the dynamo into the attacking third get something on goal which I haven't really been able to do here the second half yet Against willis Now hilarious Drogheda see somebody creeping over the line of the top of the box will come over and direct some traffic From the right side of the art limo standing directly behind the ball Up on the penalty spot By Willis the rebound on top of it Has a history of saving some big penalty. Kicks and keeps it, level in the sixty second minute Just get it to the side it. All Willis As the ball was somewhat to the center and then he. Can't get a strong shot on the second one Joe Willis falls on again off the goal kick Tomas Martinez top of the box from too far in front rebound Kyoto Kyoto on the arc since it back to. Saran Saran wider the leopard Beasley in the. Box Peasley cross.

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"saran saran" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"saran saran" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"It's through way by FC Dallas and. Sent out to your Rudy on the outlet he tries to go along over the top for barrios. Needs picked up by Beasley for the dynamo so. Actually Dallas already changing shape of that injury. Aachen. Deli comes up to the number ninety two he drops back to the ten, plane, right, behind him underneath in the four two three one formation that FC Dallas uses our lease had on the right side now goes all the way back to watts into the circle for Darwin Saran Saran crossed the halfway line now passes it back Wayne mayo or Why the circle right, side for watts Watts across the halfway line over to the right side. From Chato and now back to watts What's right of the circle Right touchline from Chato down the. Side for Eliezer dummies it let's roll always. Gonna chase it down Elise why do the box foot since across towards the top of the six and attended away by hedges Beasley there. For the rebound strike misses the target goes. Out of play for Jesse Gonzales kick rebound back to be easily and Beasley on the second touch tried to fire, it in, with the week left foot That's got a lot of vomit couldn't find the. Target great move by Albert at least with, the dummy that cuts it back since the cross in hand Minolta's waiting and Beasley steps up tried to fire it off the left foot. And just hit a little bit too much. On the outside and it sailed past the goal that Jesse Gonzales the veteran looking for a big goal for the, Houston dynamo Gets get back to hedges Edges approaching the half-way line since it four to a you back to hedges hedges square back to Ziegler You again The lead for Ziegler Ziegler figueroa Figueroa plays it back disease Ziegler you on to, circle up the middle again Reser l. finds Atkin deli his first touch of the night In delhi Down the right touchline finds barrios barrios Kyoto tracking from the back side wins on. The, challenge bounces the Beasley, outlet hotel and going to growl at a slide tackle was. Knocks down Kiyoko got. The, ball I it goes out of play, for Donna throw a thirty minute were level at a goal apiece it up dateable fantasies and Jack.

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"saran saran" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"saran saran" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"Minolta's could get a touch it. Goes through the byline. For dynamo corner brought to you by to come from the, far side to our Latin Kyoto right-foot outswinger peo- leads the league in connected on crosses that includes for pretext that taking them now Kyoto towards the top of. The six headed away by FC Dallas peasy will chase. It down since it over towards. The left side for, Darwin Saran Saran allied left waimea your the quick touch past Jospin place with. The right foot eight tries a right-footed shot it's blocked, Machado hedge it towards, the top of the sex there's no dynamo threatening and Jesse Gonzales will control it for FC Dallas I like mono toss getting a little bit of space they're trying to take that shot he got good connection but good defense by hedges to get a foot on it and block it but I like the confidence from an, open house ball left side of Moscow's knocked away from Chato SE Dow's able to control the in the circle lemon over to the right side can and overlapping the right fullback square ball, and and over to the right for barrios barrios sins across to the. Far post Willis comes off his line out of the six and controls wanted to throw it out quickly but didn't have any option that he liked and we'll slow it down instead and our roles the way you are Near corner of the box good rebound Joe Willis on the cross able to come out and grab it stop the threat dynamo now you're going to try to build back up, but look for them to try to hit a lease on a couple of those quick outs of will if guessing Just past five and a half minutes into the match. Neil one, Neil FC Dallas scoring in the first minute on a Matt hedges header off the short corner boy may or the left, side.

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"saran saran" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"saran saran" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"Now neil neil donald will have a free kick coming up after josh was fouled dynamo definitely with the momentum right now those are good counterattack by colorado joe willis was able to to break it up and not allow the opportunity but the dynamo have to be careful they've they've been susceptible to those layton games especially on the donald play the free kick back to get it all the way to willis willis colorado's hat colorado back into the dynamo half in darwin saran as he controlled it is fouled by gushing down about a free kick just below the circle in their own half the seventy seven minute played short and quick to leonardo left touchline for lundquist one quist square ball for rodriguez the art from an old ties back to rodriguez what a good pass rodriguez had to go back to get it breaks his momentum now over to the right side for kevin garcia tap back to machado machado now who the center for saran saran long diagonal left side looking for a lease it's over the top of him and had a flood dynamo after to get some balls in the box they have to get some some more opportunities on goal fro incoming for colorado long throw down that here touchline goes out of play see that too often the throw it goes into play and then out of play a little bit of english on the ball i guess along the back towards machado machado up the middle from an autonomous back to machado square ball for air alexander the neutral third shipping it left side over the top of the head of course john been sharp tonight no not at all and and you know it's really been since us in the least got in there together to they've seen any real form offense but they really have to make sure they get back in and can cover gosh she longed over the top over to the right side mcbain will track it down plays it back to nicholson now nicholson back to price and all the way into the circle for danny wilson just in front of the circle square ball left side for smith smith square ball for.

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"saran saran" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"saran saran" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"Go anyways goalkicker the donald wanna guarantee your spot for three of the biggest games of the year including the two taxes darby matches with fc dallas get your hands on the rivalry three game plan each three game plan includes tickets for both home matches against fc dallas last year's western conference champion rematch with the seattle sounders starting at just sixty nine dollars to get yours visit houston dynamo dot com slash rivalry easy with a through ball looking for marlin toss sliding effort by minnesota to cleared away donohoe we'll have a throwing coming up getting quickly and said all the way along the back for flame may your right touchline for keough toe is he in a elise again at flipped the oto right foot across elise goes back to control a lease the heavy touch it allows me to get in front and clear it away back that was a bar who got in front and cleared it away the outside midfielders have to get back into three five two formation dynamo throw as beasley back to get the ball all the way to the back to senator ross donald dominated minnesota's had a couple of changes on counters but through thirty five minutes almost it's nil nil rights i for keough thome kyoto cuts it back find so moss martinez in the middle of the phil switched it out to the left side for beasley beasley controls beasley leftfoot cross towards far postkyoto get to touch on any hits it off the side netting the sidenetting was bulging gave the illusion that perhaps it was the first goal of the night but instead it's off the side and it was last touched by minnesota before it could get your photo on the dynamo in another corner kick brought to you by con smart side to our left and outswinger from the right foot rebel kyoto an optical illusion there beasley with a really nice service and i dunno giotto far post header scores second crossing the far post elise was able to center it to the top of the six nfl leap center for the second time it's been a games scores the dynamo tonight it gives them a one nil lead in the thirty six minutes shuttleworth upset about something he came out quickly i think they're arguing perhaps was a dynamo player in an offside position but he's the very good corner off the head up elise and then send ross was able to kind of stick way oh they're arguing that elise all down i'm trying to make out who who that was looks like that was calm and that got it got into it there with a lease and went down he was trying to say he fouled him in the box i should've disallowed it you know call made in it's one nil houston believe cinderella's has turned into a goal scoring machine it's his third goal of the season this is his fifth start let's see how this changes things minnesota gets the ball rolling after the goal gets started again brought across the halfway line by epson absence square balls picked off by saran minnesota united now's got gonna open up things as trail by going to the circle for elise elise sprinting forward elise plays it back to martinez the numbers weren't there square baltar saran saran out wide to the right touchline from childhood donohoe have not been great with leads this year eric alexander to one lead in the thirty eight dollars zander plays it back over to the nearside for beasley track all the way back in front of his head coach l rafael cabrera beasley back to cinderella cinderella all right.

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"saran saran" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"saran saran" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"The day is he stable to get possession before it goes out of play he finds saran saran plays four for to another heavy touch back for tomas martinez martinez just inside of the circle goes right of the circle for a lease who controls elise first time on the ball tonight elise martinez right side alexander right touchline from chato chateaux minnesota calling a dribble it out of play no whistle though it's a for tomas martinez chip sober to albert elise and stepping in front his mirrors in mir's will clear it a lease at a chance at it at the top of the box mirrors able to read the play and cleared free china the photo alexander square ball right side from our tina's they'll go all the way back nat appointment right of the circle play four by saran right side alexander again at sorrento left side for beasley on the switch beasley approaching the attacking where ball for pass passers behind him at least had to go back to get it plays it ahead for tomas martinez martinez heavy traffic has taken away on a tackle by epson out on the races it's christian ramirez with a through ball ramirez alone another boxer mirrors say by willis and beasley the heading lyrics wanna play by joe wheeler nominal job of willis coming off his line and wanted to cut off the angle as much as possible once ramirez was on a breakaway opportunity down here come the dynamo trying on the counter but just a great defensive play all the way around there from joe willis donaghmore protesting that ramirez was off side the flag was down of course on the counter by the way the dahmer had just now they send out a place to throw in for minnesota united they throw it in and it's cleared up the failed towards concerto we've heard in the world cup of course that they're telling their assisted officials to keep the flag down so they can go to vr on any close way so maybe that was a case of that as eric alexandersson to pass towards the top of the box picked off by mir's for minnesota to continue inside of the circle heavy touch and allow surrender step in front takes away on attack and shields him off to get pass off to willis near the penalty spot but that was what we're talking about early jeremy you don't want to give them some confidence here christopher maher's he's got a little bit of speed so if you get him out in space on the counter like that he can make some dangerous things happened it was a for two to save their from willis but you don't want more opportunities like that good size super afford good physical player with that speed he's great prospect beasley left side left touchline kyoto now all the way back to fully cinderella's switching over to machado is isn't bins into the minnesota united half china was some space leaves it per alise machado overlaps ford for martinez martinez sends it over to machado right of the box touch throughball martinez he's squares you to the top of the box and minolta's couldn't get a touch on it and cleared away by minnesota through the far touchline a good ball minolta's whiffed hindu elise elise towards the touch line shifted into the air bounced off amir's and goes out of play dynamo again will throw ten minutes in still though score chato to throw throws into the box from an autonomous heavy touch it's headed out of the box now warner clears at partial since one by our eric alexander though for the dynamo back to saran left touchline beasley ford for keough tokyo cuts in the center of the park kyoto four from an autopsy was too far in front and it's cleared away by minnesota united all the way into the dynamo half cinder rossel beat ramirez to the ball and just has no choice but to clear with ramirez on his hills and concerto charging as well quick throw to ramirez right of the box can tarot trying to drive in serenity heavy challenge no call and dribbling get out of place can terra good defense by darwin's zorin is getting a little physical with serenity or serenity was there on the on the m line they're gonna get no call just a heavy touch out of play for the gold king finds machado on the outlet along the back line plays at ford for alexander now to darwin ceram light of the circle eric alexander brings.

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"saran saran" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"saran saran" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Get him out of the studio no time i feel terrible morgan newly embarrassed me terribly live matches your look you look terrible thank you thank you very much appreciate that so you rarely take our first call now working on from such a bad fort well way i'm gonna rectify that right now with our first cut because younger don't join ticker call who can play cut first won't delay the way it goes more gun on armament i understand but this is your friend he doesn't mike to play the audio clip trivia quiz he likes to talk to you on the radio show you ju want lee to police something for him you just want to take his call first outlets split the baby in haffkine solomon let's play the first quipped 7up and after the first quip has been played then we'll bring in the fabulous ninety nine by all means and this is a this is somebody we both enjoyed that i've been a big fan of his for years the song is rude off the red nosed reindeer folks who is the gentleman singing sharon saran saran mix and match them down rent glitz sin but call dumb famed the slaying of all hill not old michael it voices down the red nose rating had the recital lee known and it you web but seoul written you would are you've been say it you'll low all of the y'all the reindeer youth the lap and call him name jane them bullet hole room down joe nimby rain the date then one lucky risk missy santo came to say with your know some brightness soon guide miceli chung naples ten how derain do love him as the salvadoran with dooley ruined down the red nose reindeer june down and his that reading all i love this guy not too tough on this morgan who is it i have a question when did we last do the rda quipped trivia chorus uh will it wasn't the first saturday in december because that was the comedians thing here so uh probably october i'm going to guess do you remember of it this gentleman was i guess for what we did that night no i don't fabulous ninety nine how are you gentlemen merry christmas happy new year and happy hannuka oh.

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"saran saran" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"saran saran" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Vancouver leading threenothing sixty seven th minutes where do the circle is young worth is pulled down it's a foul san jose will get a back on the freekick quickly through the circle ought to set husson wando turns it over but it's back to the circle owando wednesday it back now young word up to surrender right wing sarkozy sir looking back post to send trying to settle what he does long the touchline out of play passing ten for salinas and now we do have nicolas mislead sobbing in four rain paul saarc robertson said saying that he will have another gave this weekend wafa take geordie rain off the pitch give up some rest watson definitely one hundred percent when does the next subjugation gum four grisly show lau and a half to happen sooner than later is a quincy you know i think he's probably just debating if he goes three the back at this point which i think you almost half do ted but it's so hard because it's so early in ugo doubt four zero at this point in then you're looking at throwing salinas interrupt zip but it's back to the control of vancouver lien salinas gets in front of another pass when's wednesday toward saran saran kick from behind by montero but his fouled down goes suratman i criticise the referee for the calls the other way but i think the earthquakes get one there for red hat turned into freddie monteiro bernardus sarkozy.

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