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"spence" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

08:48 min | Last month

"spence" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Let's just stop it there because everybody's probably seen this, and if you haven't, this is a clip that went viral of. Earl Spence, doing interviews in the Barclay Center and many insinuated that he might have been. Indulging in some alcoholic beverages before the interview. Looked like they were. So you know for. For Coach Anthony, he's like he's drunk here. So he'll be punchdrunk after the left Hook. So that's the first post that one caught my attention. Oh And I had missed these other two. Right. So we'll go back and we'll click the first two that he put input Danny Garcia vs spence who you got and I guess that's what led up to the video right? Because he's like feeling his followers out and he really gives very good retention. You see he's got seven hundred thumbs up on this. He gets good views on his videos his another one with almost fifteen hundred thumbs up or rather likes or whatever. And he says, can I ask a question? Why are so many people sleep Danny Garcia vs Earl Spencer and why do ya keep saying earl is too big. Paul's Danny hit like a Matra and is not the small guy by any means pause again not to add earl picked up. Early. Picked a hard fight to bounce back from after terrible car accident. This is not a fight to sleep and Danny Mark my words. Hashtag box online. So he saying don't sleep on this fight don't sleep on Danny Marcus words again, sounding more and more confident that he believes Dan is going to win. So then obviously the next poses him posting about drunk earl go next one is floyd in. Marquez himself. Then he posts us he says started off as a post now is turning into an interview. This Thursday nine thirty am tune in to the box voice and listen to my interview about Danny Versus Earl Hashtag box I just WanNa go ahead and thank him for that because so many other people we get on here they don't do that. That's kind of perfect and there's been no more because he knows that no need to put it on my platform. We're going to discuss it. It'll be out there to the world today in about eighteen minutes. But this is where this originated from and look I. I think that the Danie Earl fight is huge Everybody is really looking forward to this I. Don't think there's a big fight on the horizon unless you you know factor into your female vescio, which is falling apart. Right. We reported on it yesterday. So I don't know what is what on paper like what is done? That is big or Is, GONNA, produce. I don't know about excitement but anticipation, right like we're anticipating certain outcomes from. Earl versus Garcia. Listen verse make this point eight I'm starting to see more and more people come out for Danny like you know I remember we read the Steve Kim thing right a and it was like kind of shocking to see but it seems like more and more people are coming after Danny. I, I don't know I just don't see it that way or other Oh. Yeah we're. Yeah. Okay. WHOA. Whoa you don't see them. Coming after them or you mean, are they picking? Picky Dan Yeah. Sorry I I say. Picking Danny Yeah No, they're picking daddy and it's just getting stronger and stronger feeling and liking it back to like how I started looking at the fight link originally when this fight started getting NATO's like Oh, you know or when they started getting talked about it was like Oh you know earls got that like that's you know it's a good win and it's a credible name. But. That's easy work not easy work, but it's definitely fight for him to win for. Sure. And it just wasn't. I don't feel that way anymore. You know what's the thing about me Mary I I never saw it as like earl washing Danny even before the accident like I just don't I don't understand where the people are. Some people stand in that. You know earls going to wash Danny and earl was gonna Wash Danny in and a lot of people felt like that you know what I'm saying and I still feel that you know from before even when he was all right he wasn't GonNa Wash Danny. So even if he's one hundred percent right now, nothing happened with the accident he still not GonNa. Wash. Danny Oh Danny it's a tough I and people gotTa Start Understanding that more. Like not be able to like. Okay. Calling it a wash. In and feeling like earl can't lose should be two different things to people era I'm saying like. Like you can feel like there's no way earl loses. But, then also realized that that won't make it. You know a twelve Oh, you know tend to type victory. You know what I'm saying and that won't even make around like damn roses beating the crap out of lake there's going to be sweet grounds. There's to be moments were Danny has momentum. It's going to be like any other fight in that sense because they're both high quality fighters but from coach Anthony Perspective, you know those are some big words man I, I I don't know I'm I'm curious to see where he's coming at this from. A technical standpoint but just an overall, you know how he sees it playing out I'm Exxon worried I'm worried that he's coming at it from like. Fan. Coast to close to Philly. Got Trained with seven trained with hang. So I know Danny I've seen them come up is it that unit a main 'cause we get caught up in that I? Do if I seen you like I seen today's a train. So I'm going to be picking her in I mean so he might feel the same way. Yeah no no, I agree I agree But. That's the problem I think for the fight you know, and that's a good thing for me like. A fan of Roy seen him for years. I'm from Texas but at the end of the day, like it is what it is, you're like I look at it. I never thought that URL would be Crawford you know I still don't feel that way. It's a competitive fight nothing he could win I just wouldn't pick him and I say that to say that you know I think I'm looking at this fight with fresh eyes I don't think that there's any. Biased you know will wear or the other. There's no hate for Danny or extra love. For Earl, I just look at the fight straight down the middle and I don't. Think that. Left. Hook nullifies enough of earls attributes. It can five if he gets it with it right and. Then, another FAI. Any fighter. Nullify, you just got to get your attention than the right hand comes like that's a combination. Remember Levin Point. He also has a right hand everybody relies on his left hook, but yo- but. I mean about how smart? How smart you got to be. All right let's say take take into account that he he was in an accident earl comes back and maybe he doesn't WanNa go in there like he did with porter maybe doesn't go in there like he did with Mikey Garcia maybe he goes in there and he's more bit more careful. Maybe we start seeing a different wrinkles in Earl Spencer's game which he has showed us here and there but for the most part he's just been so dominant his vice that he hasn't had the use it. So in this case, he's been in a bad accident. Maybe maybe you don't see him trying to get into these hard show exchanges with Danny Danny can came out and the and there is a. Of Snow about knock him out like look can anybody be knocked out with the right puns year but then he hasn't knocked out a welterweight and Wen. What I'm saying is that the possibility of two elite fighters themselves with the power they carry in those type of punches they can knock each other out I mean look earl put. Portadown. Yeah wasn't the best put down. It wasn't like Oh. Yeah. He got the count and all that you know Puertas hard to put down but he he was put down and that's Fighters Fair Ebb Porta has showed that he could be put down by one hundred and thirty five pounds moving up in Adrian Bronislaw..

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Protests could accelerate spread of coronavirus, experts say

Fox News Sunday

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Protests could accelerate spread of coronavirus, experts say

"Public health experts now fear that the massive protests in many major cities could feel an uptick in the number of coronavirus cases virtually no social distancing and very few people are wearing masks add to that smoke from fires and tear gas which makes people cough you've got a deadly recipe there for possible new infections but many protesters don't care others say they have no choice Spence Ingram a black woman in Atlanta who marched to the state capitol on Friday said quote it's not okay then in the middle of a pandemic we have to be out here risking our lives but I have to protest for my life and fight for my life all the

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The right to NOT know a medical diagnosis

Second Opinion

03:11 min | 4 months ago

The right to NOT know a medical diagnosis

"Herald has been sexually active with three people in the last two weeks. He came into the office with symptoms of sexually transmitted infection. He agreed to be tested for multiple infections including HIV. But when the test came back he told me he didn't want to be told his HIV test results. It would be too upsetting this. Dr Michael Wilks. With a second opinion wilt heralds. Hiv result was positive in the US. People have a clear to no information about their health. Even if doctors feel that he person would be harmed by knowing a diagnosis. Say their cancer diagnosis or the results of genetic asked doctors have a moral ethical and legal duty to inform. The Person Courts have held that people have a right to receive information and ask questions about treatments and engaged in what we call shared decision making with their doctor it was in nineteen seventy-two that A. Us Appeals Court in Canterbury Verse Spence defined informed consent as what a reasonable person would want to know about their condition and any risks of treatment. So that the patient can make an intelligent decision and in the US. We respect people's right to make decisions and guide their own care so we would all agree. That herald has a right to be told. His HIV asked results. This would allow him to decide if he wishes to inform his partners begin treatment or refrain from sexual activity completely and of course once he learns he should tell us partners so they can make informed decisions about engaging with Harold and being tested it becomes much less clear what to do when we think about whether people have a right to not know their health information one reason for people knowing their diagnosis so that they can make these informed decisions about treatments. It is hard for a doctor to talk to a person about surgery or chemotherapy. Say for cancer. If the person doesn't even know they have cancer because they haven't wanted to be told it is even more complicated with HIV because the knowledge that they have that they're infected can impact not only them but their past and future partners. So does the doctor have an obligation to tell herald his. Hiv test result is positive and that he needs to make some important decisions or that Aj Nedic test came back positive and they need to know the results because the results could impact their health but it also could impact their family in that case they would have a moral obligation to tell their brothers and sisters and maybe their children so they could all be tested with Herald. I tried to discuss his fear of finding out the result. Perhaps he had some misconceptions but he wouldn't go there. I gently pointed out the negative effects of remaining ignorant of his test results and that it could have a significant impact on his health. He said nope thanks anyways. Doc as he left the

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Spain: police arrest man suspected of planning terror attack

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Spain: police arrest man suspected of planning terror attack

"News Spanish police arrested a Moroccan man suspected of planning a terror attack in the name of the Islamic state group Spain's Civil Guard say the restaurant in Barcelona was aided by the U. S. is beyond America's state security forces I think that they've been watching the suspect for four years without his process of radicalisation exonerated Hillary Spence lockdown investigators fear he was planning an attack perhaps using a knife well with the vehicle in Barcelona often observing him breaking virus confinement rules to move around the city possibly searching for a target I'm Charles

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Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

"This would be probably the toughest week between this week and next week then they'll be a lot of death unfortunately the president issued that warning at the White House Saturday coronavirus response coordinator Dr Deborah Berke this is the moment to not be going to the grocery store not going to the pharmacy but doing everything you can to keep your family and your friends safe and that means everybody doing the sixty distancing washing your hands Dr Anthony Fauci says the viruses progression in places like China and Washington state show the guidelines work because the virus has no place to go if you're physically separated president trump and Spence Keith to get this thing over with we want to finish this war we have to get back to work Ben Thomas Washington

President Trump White House Dr Deborah Berke Dr Anthony Fauci China Washington Donald Trump Spence Keith Ben Thomas Washington Coordinator
Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

"This would be probably the toughest week between this week and next week then they'll be a lot of death unfortunately the president issued that warning at the White House Saturday coronavirus response coordinator Dr Deborah Berke this is the moment to not be going to the grocery store not going to the pharmacy but doing everything you can to keep your family and your friends safe and that means everybody doing the sixty distancing washing your hands Dr Anthony Fauci says the viruses progression in places like China and Washington state show the guidelines work because the virus has no place to go if you're physically separated president trump and Spence Keith to get this thing over with we want to finish this war we have to get back to work Ben Thomas Washington

President Trump White House Dr Deborah Berke Dr Anthony Fauci China Washington Donald Trump Spence Keith Ben Thomas Washington Coordinator
Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

"This would be probably the toughest week between this week and next week then they'll be a lot of death unfortunately the president issued that warning at the White House Saturday coronavirus response coordinator Dr Deborah Berke this is the moment to not be going to the grocery store not going to the pharmacy but doing everything you can to keep your family and your friends safe and that means everybody doing the sixty distancing washing your hands Dr Anthony Fauci says the viruses progression in places like China and Washington state show the guidelines work because the virus has no place to go if you're physically separated president trump and Spence Keith to get this thing over with we want to finish this war we have to get back to work Ben Thomas Washington

President Trump White House Dr Deborah Berke Dr Anthony Fauci China Washington Donald Trump Spence Keith Ben Thomas Washington Coordinator
Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

"This would be probably the toughest week between this week and next week then they'll be a lot of death unfortunately the president issued that warning at the White House Saturday coronavirus response coordinator Dr Deborah Berke this is the moment to not be going to the grocery store not going to the pharmacy but doing everything you can to keep your family and your friends safe and that means everybody doing the sixty distancing washing your hands Dr Anthony Fauci says the viruses progression in places like China and Washington state show the guidelines work because the virus has no place to go if you're physically separated president trump and Spence Keith to get this thing over with we want to finish this war we have to get back to work Ben Thomas Washington

President Trump White House Dr Deborah Berke Dr Anthony Fauci China Washington Donald Trump Spence Keith Ben Thomas Washington Coordinator
Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

"This would be probably the toughest week between this week and next week then they'll be a lot of death unfortunately the president issued that warning at the White House Saturday coronavirus response coordinator Dr Deborah Berke this is the moment to not be going to the grocery store not going to the pharmacy but doing everything you can to keep your family and your friends safe and that means everybody doing the sixty distancing washing your hands Dr Anthony Fauci says the viruses progression in places like China and Washington state show the guidelines work because the virus has no place to go if you're physically separated president trump and Spence Keith to get this thing over with we want to finish this war we have to get back to work Ben Thomas Washington

President Trump White House Dr Deborah Berke Dr Anthony Fauci China Washington Donald Trump Spence Keith Ben Thomas Washington Coordinator
Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

"This would be probably the toughest week between this week and next week then they'll be a lot of death unfortunately the president issued that warning at the White House Saturday coronavirus response coordinator Dr Deborah Berke this is the moment to not be going to the grocery store not going to the pharmacy but doing everything you can to keep your family and your friends safe and that means everybody doing the sixty distancing washing your hands Dr Anthony Fauci says the viruses progression in places like China and Washington state show the guidelines work because the virus has no place to go if you're physically separated president trump and Spence Keith to get this thing over with we want to finish this war we have to get back to work Ben Thomas Washington

President Trump White House Dr Deborah Berke Dr Anthony Fauci China Washington Donald Trump Spence Keith Ben Thomas Washington Coordinator
Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

"This would be probably the toughest week between this week and next week then they'll be a lot of death unfortunately the president issued that warning at the White House Saturday coronavirus response coordinator Dr Deborah Berke this is the moment to not be going to the grocery store not going to the pharmacy but doing everything you can to keep your family and your friends safe and that means everybody doing the sixty distancing washing your hands Dr Anthony Fauci says the viruses progression in places like China and Washington state show the guidelines work because the virus has no place to go if you're physically separated president trump and Spence Keith to get this thing over with we want to finish this war we have to get back to work Ben Thomas Washington

President Trump White House Dr Deborah Berke Dr Anthony Fauci China Washington Donald Trump Spence Keith Ben Thomas Washington Coordinator
Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

"This would be probably the toughest week between this week and next week then they'll be a lot of death unfortunately the president issued that warning at the White House Saturday coronavirus response coordinator Dr Deborah Berke this is the moment to not be going to the grocery store not going to the pharmacy but doing everything you can to keep your family and your friends safe and that means everybody doing the sixty distancing washing your hands Dr Anthony Fauci says the viruses progression in places like China and Washington state show the guidelines work because the virus has no place to go if you're physically separated president trump and Spence Keith to get this thing over with we want to finish this war we have to get back to work Ben Thomas Washington

President Trump White House Dr Deborah Berke Dr Anthony Fauci China Washington Donald Trump Spence Keith Ben Thomas Washington Coordinator
Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

"This would be probably the toughest week between this week and next week then they'll be a lot of death unfortunately the president issued that warning at the White House Saturday coronavirus response coordinator Dr Deborah Berke this is the moment to not be going to the grocery store not going to the pharmacy but doing everything you can to keep your family and your friends safe and that means everybody doing the sixty distancing washing your hands Dr Anthony Fauci says the viruses progression in places like China and Washington state show the guidelines work because the virus has no place to go if you're physically separated president trump and Spence Keith to get this thing over with we want to finish this war we have to get back to work Ben Thomas Washington

President Trump White House Dr Deborah Berke Dr Anthony Fauci China Washington Donald Trump Spence Keith Ben Thomas Washington Coordinator
Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

"This would be probably the toughest week between this week and next week then they'll be a lot of death unfortunately the president issued that warning at the White House Saturday coronavirus response coordinator Dr Deborah Berke this is the moment to not be going to the grocery store not going to the pharmacy but doing everything you can to keep your family and your friends safe and that means everybody doing the sixty distancing washing your hands Dr Anthony Fauci says the viruses progression in places like China and Washington state show the guidelines work because the virus has no place to go if you're physically separated president trump and Spence Keith to get this thing over with we want to finish this war we have to get back to work Ben Thomas Washington

President Trump White House Dr Deborah Berke Dr Anthony Fauci China Washington Donald Trump Spence Keith Ben Thomas Washington Coordinator
Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

"This would be probably the toughest week between this week and next week then they'll be a lot of death unfortunately the president issued that warning at the White House Saturday coronavirus response coordinator Dr Deborah Berke this is the moment to not be going to the grocery store not going to the pharmacy but doing everything you can to keep your family and your friends safe and that means everybody doing the sixty distancing washing your hands Dr Anthony Fauci says the viruses progression in places like China and Washington state show the guidelines work because the virus has no place to go if you're physically separated president trump and Spence Keith to get this thing over with we want to finish this war we have to get back to work Ben Thomas Washington

President Trump White House Dr Deborah Berke Dr Anthony Fauci China Washington Donald Trump Spence Keith Ben Thomas Washington Coordinator
Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

"This would be probably the toughest week between this week and next week then they'll be a lot of death unfortunately the president issued that warning at the White House Saturday coronavirus response coordinator Dr Deborah Berke this is the moment to not be going to the grocery store not going to the pharmacy but doing everything you can to keep your family and your friends safe and that means everybody doing the sixty distancing washing your hands Dr Anthony Fauci says the viruses progression in places like China and Washington state show the guidelines work because the virus has no place to go if you're physically separated president trump and Spence Keith to get this thing over with we want to finish this war we have to get back to work Ben Thomas Washington

President Trump White House Dr Deborah Berke Dr Anthony Fauci China Washington Donald Trump Spence Keith Ben Thomas Washington Coordinator
Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

"This would be probably the toughest week between this week and next week then they'll be a lot of death unfortunately the president issued that warning at the White House Saturday coronavirus response coordinator Dr Deborah Berke this is the moment to not be going to the grocery store not going to the pharmacy but doing everything you can to keep your family and your friends safe and that means everybody doing the sixty distancing washing your hands Dr Anthony Fauci says the viruses progression in places like China and Washington state show the guidelines work because the virus has no place to go if you're physically separated president trump and Spence Keith to get this thing over with we want to finish this war we have to get back to work Ben Thomas Washington

President Trump White House Dr Deborah Berke Dr Anthony Fauci China Washington Donald Trump Spence Keith Ben Thomas Washington Coordinator
Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads

"This would be probably the toughest week between this week and next week then they'll be a lot of death unfortunately the president issued that warning at the White House Saturday coronavirus response coordinator Dr Deborah Berke this is the moment to not be going to the grocery store not going to the pharmacy but doing everything you can to keep your family and your friends safe and that means everybody doing the sixty distancing washing your hands Dr Anthony Fauci says the viruses progression in places like China and Washington state show the guidelines work because the virus has no place to go if you're physically separated president trump and Spence Keith to get this thing over with we want to finish this war we have to get back to work Ben Thomas Washington

President Trump White House Dr Deborah Berke Dr Anthony Fauci China Washington Donald Trump Spence Keith Ben Thomas Washington Coordinator
A houseplant tour with Mercy Morris

On The Ledge

08:47 min | 6 months ago

A houseplant tour with Mercy Morris

"Let's officially start by saying hello mercy. Moore's we're here in your front room back room. I didn't know how you describe this room. And I'm the first I mean you haven't had a toy yet your N. G. S. opening of Your House plunk collection so I guess I'm honored to be getting the experience of coming on this tour. I think this is really special. Ngs's agreed to have this as an open house tour which is by arrangement. Only did you able did. How did it come about well? I met one of the local guys last year when I was selling. Houseplants at somebody else's opened and he just said to me in passing wanted has plants and initially though stupid idea and then the idea kept going round round in my head and I actually know that would be really fun. It would be really good for house plants with Nick because people then they'd be almost as important as Garden People Heaven Full Fan. Yeah the case. Yeah so I got them round and they did. They did say I was mad. They didn't say couldn't do it so he we on here. We are and you have a wonderful collection. We've just heard today that you've you've been awarded. The status of National Collection of clarified. Some cultivars tomato cultivars. Hey fantastic you have to have your teeth into say we? Can we get to see as we go round some of your collection which we can talk about fervor? There's loads of big leaves in here. We start with some of these big leaves how I take you to the beginning of the whole thing. Yes you cut. That is a beautiful Swiss cheese. Plunk just say that is a really nice specimen. This is Austin Austin Morris. And he was the first house plant that I had that lived. My mother was deeply into plants and she spent most of my childhood trying to get me into plants as well. Roy didn't work and as a student on why the student I had lost plants that are killed and this was the first one that actually lived so he is the the three years old this year while spence is that Short because I've continually are taken out the pro tournament cartoons and shrink against East. He's nice and short. He's very compact isn't he? And I think that is a really good tip because lots of people get to the stage with Swiss Cheese. Plumber does get out of hand and they kind of very much. Fear doing that hatbox. But you're not really shows that that works brilliantly because it's go beautiful fantasy leaders come which mature leaves. But he's a reasonable size. I'm taking a leaf out of your book. Literally with my own monster is when they get to that stage because that is the way to do it. I love the way you got the black label lesser. Ns Nineteen eighty-seven bats tasked with me many many times. Sometimes of taking on the train last time it moved has had to get French petunias carcass. It's quite heavy. I can imagine it's a bit of a job to report is a fantastic looking plot and Yeah you've you've you've kept looking in great shape and it's very very healthy and I'm sure there's always somebody looking for cutting. Yes yes so you got one. That was yes. That's the scruffy. One from last lauper is due to be done in about eight pro. People want to see it in its full glory. They need to come in okay. Okay and so people can couldn't contact you to make an appointment to come and see your collection here in Hun Hun Bay in Kent of Forget. Murray off for a minute How how busy you expecting to be with this tour? Is it going to be literally going to wait and see? Yeah I would have thought was the first house plant offering from the NGOs that would be an attractive option for people but I guess time will tell exactly I think a lot of the established. Ngs Garden visitors so used to visiting herbaceous borders and shrubberies and so on the there will be a bit hesitant about it. Perhaps but I'm hoping also that bring people who've never been to an end. Gs gardening before perhaps a younger crowd who are into house. Plants on rather than than hanging gardens year savvy unless just turned to this one for stepladder with your some of your floor fights Komo SOM plants on it. Let's waste display plants. I'm always looking. I find those wooden stay. I'm always looking for him. Outside junk shops. It's one of those things to kind of serendipity has to be in place OPA you have to go to your Grandad's garage to for that. Was she unlock all of the ones? I've seen have been about thirty to sixty pounds. I've found that one for a five. Oh good good boy. Good and you've got lots of calm. Glorified Komo some. How many cultivars are there in your national collection? It is about seventeen or eighteen but that may reduce as I find some of them are identical plants but with separate cultivar nine. Roy and what made you choose clarified? Some commotion Cultivars as a subject for national question because it's not too massive and not to. Yes we want to do is quite compact collection so you can have it in a small. How also I think they're so under appreciated as house plants. They are really long suffering. They're the easiest thing in the world to propagate they just propagate themselves while you sit there and do nothing and I think the world really needs to Stephen for the beauties that they are. What's your favorite Cultivar? Ooh That's my but you know why ins oh lovely. She's actually perseus tat. It's more Lime Green and stripes. That's really nice. They set on Powell as well. So that's what you're what some nice one and how easy found pick these up. I mean we always white losses being you know very common but some of these cultivars harder to get. Yes some of them. I've had to get from another collected. This Very Generous Gentleman Joan circuit. Let me have some of the. The grayer cultivars that he's had in his collection years apart from that. The usual thinks nuking around on Ebay. Yes Oh the joy of joys of the Internet for looking for plants that is a great and we turn and look and we've got another enormously plant on the other side and beautiful. Is that one or two fatally figs. Tell me about this. I don't I'm not even sure I can identify. What kind of our dotty inst- that's a philodendron. It's got the the non well. It's an rotating now philodendron green beauty. Which really doesn't tell you. Anything of large Ingraham. I haven't been able to track which species it comes from is it just appeared on market relatively recently beautiful and one of my friends said my see how to have this so I had thought is how it goes. Isn't it is now exactly how it goes on. You've got these two lovely fiddly figs. I mean on often disappointed by fixed. Don't tend to grow very well. You'll look lovely in healthy. Are they challenging to look after or do you find the most again those are in late? Twenty s awhile. So you were in the fiddle I o before our everyone does find them in a florist in Eastbourne when I was leaving and again with those I chop them down because otherwise they they just go. Straight up. Like a skyrocket a night either fool. I wrote hit the ceiling so I chopped them one on the right hand with the smaller. Lisa's chopped last year. The one that's recovered was chopped the year before and you can do cuttings of them relatively easily as well. Yup well the the you have a one fleet leafy living. We've also got more shells with more plants on them. Some little baby spider plants. I can see and some. Is that some Premier Li ads there or some kind. Of course he ever media earth style. They're all out. That's propagating moment. Look at they are in Little Koya. Oh yes Paul Fox. I find them really difficult to route because they they tend to live ever without route. That's about two years to be right to die. That's that's another sponge plant that came from weasley strike which is a pretty one

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"spence" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:22 min | 6 months ago

"spence" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Major League Baseball in the union Spence two weeks really the last two weeks and then this is kind of behind the scenes we didn't we weren't privy to all of the negotiations but they spent two weeks and they had players and they had owners and they had agents and different union officials and baseball executives and members of the commissioner's office and they finally came together and they voted that they would accept this proposal from baseball to the union had to accept the proposal from baseball and especially if the deal that gets them through what will obviously be a shortened season had a season unlike any other and they didn't want their league to be seen as one that was so petty and tacky in these difficult times that they were arguing over finances when again many Americans are out of work or have seen their sources of income dry up but they did want to agree on some type of framework because this season won't be like any other and so here's what they agreed on they want to play as many games as possible that's both owners and athletes want to play as many games as possible they're still hoping to return to training camp in mid may you may think that's unrealistic but for now that's the goal they have in mind they would like to start games early as June which when we took our poll earlier this week you all said June is the month that you thought baseball would return so you know many of you think July or not at all in twenty twenty but right now June is the month that they're eyeing for games even if they play in front of no fans and they're also agreeing to be flexible on how deep into October the regular season is extended hands to use neutral sites in warm weather climates or indoor stadiums for playoff games in November that is something else that we heard they're gonna add double header to the schedule up but I think it's really important that players are going to receive a full year of service time now what that means is the arms are going to quibble over how many games they play in twenty twenty if they don't play a hundred games they're still going to allow these players to accrue a year of service and it counts toward free agency it counts toward their pensions obviously accounts toward some of the other negotiating tools they have down the road when there in free agency and arbitration I just think it's great that they put aside some of the minutia and put aside some of maybe their personal the personal worries their personal desires and they came to an agreement after two weeks and decided you know what what's most important is that we get baseball back on the field I thank god that to me was really good news so you can find me on Twitter a all radio also on our Facebook page after hours with Amy Lawrence it's good to have you on board our final show of the work week if you've got some good news please share it and straight ahead I don't know how many of you will get through this good news I do I got a touch on it last night I think you're coming up next month we could have the highest rated sporting event in the history of sports on television I'll explain it's after hours with Amy awards.

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"spence" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

16:05 min | 1 year ago

"spence" Discussed on Masters in Business

"Radio this week on the PODCASTS I haven't extra extra special guest his name is Michael Spence and this is a conversation just filled with wonky goodness he is the winner of the Nobel Prize and economic cemeteries and gaps and really how digital economies are just changing the entire world Spencer had a number of really fascinating forecasts that have all turned out to be quite Presi n he's almost blase about it he he describes him as Inevitable this is really a fascinating conversation if you're interested at all in information signaling in how economies L. up in grow about the impact of not just technology but government institutions and intellectual capital. You'RE GONNA find this to be an ad absolutely fascinating conversation so with no further ado my interview with Nyu's Michael Spence this is masters in business with Barry Ritholtz on Bloomberg Radio Mike Extra special guests this week is Michael Spence he is the two thousand and one on Nobel Prize winner in economics for his work on the dynamics of information flows in markets he is the former dean of the Stanford Graduate School of Business he is currently a professor at Nyu Stern. He is a senior adviser at General Atlantic Very Large private equity firm which manages about thirty five billion dollars Michael Spence welcome to Bloomberg thank you very it's great to be here so I'm fascinated by the work you do you you're Nobel Prize I'm GonNa take what is normally a somewhat esoteric research area and see if I can make it understandable right how people make Asians when critical information is hard to find is that a fair over-simplification yeah it's certainly part of it yep so so tell us about that what how did you find your way into that space and what are the dynamics of information flows so I got a I got interested in this was a graduate student I brought her a little color commentary sure not by the time I had finished my General exams which is the first two years of a PhD program. I've been in school up through high school thirteen years in Canada then I had four years at Princeton these were all wonderful experiences in two years Oxford do a Rhode Scholar roadscholar yeah doing mathematics eventually and and then two years in a PhD program tonight had about enough Dan role I went to one of my advisers who's a great friend Dick those are at the Kennedy School and I said I think I'm going to quit and he saw you're going to do And I said well I you know I'm tired of talking to myself and sitting in a library and stuff so he said he said who the promise you don't have enough human contact you should teach and so he did two things for me he he gave me a little bit of his course on the choice theory which I screwed up royally my first outing as a teacher and the second thing he did is he made me what he called Rapport tour of faculty seminar in the then new new one-year-old Kennedy School was Extraordinary Group of people you know was Francis Bator and less throw came down visit mit and Ken Era Tom Shelling Just as a quite a run and Nobel laureates in that go not it was pretty amazing not all of them have been recognized in that capacity then and so that was fascinating and my job was to turn what was that kind of general discussion you know those go all over the place into nine pages that made it look like just brilliant you know Linear excellent exposition so I did that and I had a lot of fun doing it Kenya to his dying day said that that was the the thing he thought was my greatest skill uh-huh rapper touring In the course of that less throw came down and started talking about what he called statistical discrimination so AH I don't want to be you know make this too nerdy basically whenever you have middle away yeah okay when when you're missing information than basically get people classified had you know by what you can see or detect as opposed to what you don't see and less idea and that automatically produces discrimi- nations so what happens in any you know economic or social context is that the the members of a group who are otherwise indistinguishable from each other I mean in in your world of asset classes okay is a little bit like this things get lumped into an asset class because they're supposed to be sort of similar right and they intel the markets get deep information Lee you you know you don't see all the differences so they tend to be averaged right when you average a bunch of diverse entities that are in one of these silos that are distinguishable from other silos by what's visible or detectable then be basically get the people at the upper end of some quality spectrum get treated as the average uh-huh and that's not good and at the lower end they get treated as the average and that's great for them so you're discriminating against the high quality end of the spectrum and you're favoring the low quality so this has to have huge implications for people looking at let's say making investments in either private or public companies absolutely yeah so then but then it gets complicated I mean for sure so what so that the phenomenon that this gives rise to in markets as George Aker Lav wrote about the low the P. Insurance people have known for years it's called adverse selection right and what what happens in that in that context is basically what I just described this quality spectrum that has the unfortunate properties you can't tell the difference between the the entities singer the things for sale and different in quality used car since the example he used so what happens in a market like that is that the pre reflects the average quality and the people at the top end of the quality spectrum say that's not a very good price for me right and they take their product to the market uh-huh from the top end and then average quality falls and eventually people figure that out and the price goes down and then the people at the top of the remaining spectrum say that's advert good price I'll take mine out right so that's that's the origin of the term adverse selection people are selecting in and out of the market and the it's adverse because the the top end of the quality spectrum leaves first let's talk about your book the next convergence because it's such a fascinating application of of information flows. There's a quote in the beginning that I just find absolutely mind boggling from seventeen fifty to nineteen hundred fifty the average income of people living in countries that underwent the industrial revolution sore their incomes rise tweets Anita Forty Times versus the non industrialized countries and this was only fifteen percent of the world's population is that about right that's about right twenty two forty x that's amazing yeah so the growth rates were breathtaking you know probably on the neighborhood of two percent in real terms under capita basis but if you if you do it for two hundred years you get a fairly big inc a compound exactly so that that was basically it then then you know the the the other eighty five percent are living in countries that we now call emerging economies most of them some of them haven't emerged very much but but but that's the other group and they were held back by essentially an global economy that wasn't really open and the colonial structure the governance so the rest of the book you basically say well seventeen fifty to nineteen fifty was the industrial Aleutian the next hundred years I think unifrance nine hundred forty five to twenty forty five FM sixty percent of the world's population will join the affluent it's a big bold number we're about halfway through that process and maybe a little more how accurate was that forecast and and how is this actually happening so I think it's well underway I mean I may have been a bit optimistic but China looks like it's well on the way it's a hi middle income country with a very good chance of being you know a high income country admittedly at the low end of the spectrum in another ten to fifteen years is a bit further behind but they're you know humming along yet them those together in you've got to point I think at seven billion people which is ignificant fracturing of the sixty percent right yeah that's what my sixty percent you got you know the rest of Asia that some of it came earlier some of it came in later and so on so it's it's I think this conversion process is going to be very hard to stop because people because the structures are there too label it and because people have gotten the hang of it that it's actually possible you discussion the book that postal were to Japan was very unusual example compared to other so-called developing nations what what made Japan so unique especially over that seven eighteen fifty to nineteen fifty era so Japan is a kind of hybrid so most of Asia by the way right after World War Two Asia was by far the poorest part of the world worse than Africa Orson Africa yeah and and economists at the time you know when asked development economists when asked you know where it was the real trouble they said Asia many of them said Asia because Asia doesn't have natural resource wealth unbalanced and Africa is by far the richest guns unrolls oil diamonds you know you name it and that turned out not to be a good guest because the turns out that the kind of real capital all that enables this growth is people provided they're educated and so on and not not just mineral wealth yes so so basically I think you know what the situation was. Japan was a hybrid because it had gotten to middle income status in the reasoning there is that in eighteen sixty eight the Meiji restoration it abandoned the policy of isolationism sort of race trade embrace trade braced openess and they had started to modernize then of course World War Two was an and they were imperial power of you know all over Asia right all over Asia China Korea Cetera so the World War Two was a huge setback but basically they got back on track so over the same period that that post industrial period pre war post industrial period have come China fared so much worse than Japan so there there's ah to cry kind of crucial ingredients in in the postwar growth that we've seen by the way this is growth that we never seen before I mean we're talking about extended periods like two and a half decades of five six seven percent growth even higher in China just never happened before so one of the things I was trying to do in the book is explain how you could that right how could you have a Max of two percent you know before that two and a half right how yeah in real terms how could you have advanced country's growing at a Max three in real terms in these people are growing at seven eight nine right and the answer is catching up right all of that technology that you need the drive growth in the long run you know though the Solo insight was already developed so it just had to be brought in apted in other words this isn't one country amongst many that are all emerging at once when you take an emerging economy and they're surrounded by developed economy he's that's an accelerated provided they're open and provided they're investing in high enough rates so so we'll clearly China is making massive invest mints do you consider them open enough to continue taking full advantage of what the rest of the globe can do for their growth at the moment yes and certainly historically once they decided to open in nineteen seventy eight under Deng Xiaoping Now is it logically possible that they could close themselves often enough to to put a major dent in their growth yes it's it's it's unlikely but it's possible you asked about the history of China so China had ever revolution in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine the communist took over the Communists on the positive side probably had the intention making everybody better off the you can find a lot of governing structures in the developing world where the governing elite whoever they are however they got there are doing something other than trying to make people better off right Loggia corruption mineral resources Royal Yep all income in the economy in education what they didn't do is run a market economy so for the first twenty nine years they basically got nowhere but assets that were useful and when they changed the the grow the development model a growth model to opening up and and using markets initially selectively then it just took off like a rock that was the Post Nixon era that was the post Nixon era so it was they date that Chinese state the reform process from nineteen seventy eight. Let's talk a little bit about job market signalling we discussed some of that before you've done a lot of work on this tell us about the origins of job market signaling and how it's evolved over time so the origin of it was ah you was the discussion we had earlier that had to do with informational gaps so the the the adverse selection problem is basically what happen buyers and sellers buyers and sellers the best way to think about it the second thing is signaling the things that the the the cellars can due to convey actually accurate information in the market the third thing that we do collectively is regularly right so financial markets have enormous large gaps in principle so isn't a great surprise that every set of financial markets in the world has disclosure requirements and are pretty stringent and the penalties are pretty high for violating it and and and and when those disclosure requirements are not there are not enforced than you get bad misbehavior in the markets so to see in the developing world all the.

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"spence" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"spence" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"I think you could be spending porter did okay I think you could be spence no Kamo a period porter did not put hands on you and he said he he don't punch a late you know I know parts is but I know a lot of long he's not punching the League you know I think if he would have put Lincoln to it I think he will arrange so quick I think Danny stepped in the ring so quick man I mean we we also we all see that we can do business in that anything's he's the first one Danny Admiral Bro. You know what I'm saying we got two more there's only two more two more Joseph Rodriguez in Texas says if you could find any the Oscar de la Hoya Nice Nice what about what about don't deathly don't let me send So I right when he stepped with the wall then as soon as he stepped up to walk away at that prime time is on Oughta mean lose weight or any other way so his prime was like hokey fights right in a beautiful way but yeah reliable.

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"spence" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

13:01 min | 1 year ago

"spence" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"With sports illustrated's Kris maddox interviews analysis and everything going on in boxing and now in who I wish was called the Boston leader it's sort of like getting punched in the face Kris Maddox I will come back to the Awed boxing podcast glad you could join me this week lot to get to get the spence porter welterweight title Unification Fight Coming Up Saturday in Los Angeles I wonder if that fight maybe a candidate to fight Manny Pacquiao back yell feel the same way we'll dive into that a little bit later on Joe Markovski the Executive Vice President over at zone joins me and we talk about year one four zone what he hopes that year to and beyond ultimate looks like but first big fight this weekend staple center God's been writing about this week Gregg bishop a man that would never pass vodka tests and he joins me on the line. What's up Greg commanded thank you for having me would you pass the test and we both legally able to pass those tests yeah I don't think so you know I I would Pinnacle Deposit like no doubt about it I would say that I went to a I actually go to a gold's gym occasionally but my house out here in Seattle definitely a lot of people there they got the good stuff so if I flunked the test I already got the excuse I would go standards for sure can you can you test positive buffalo chicken pizza because I'd probably you know test positive for a lot of that must've that's on on the banned substance list if AMSTEL light is a banned substance you would never yeah I never I never be able to go out anywhere where the kind of testing takes place all right let's jump right into this you wrote this week and talk to dispense this week about this upcoming staple center I love this fight it's what needs to happen more in boxing two titleholders two guys in the prime of their careers spence is certainly the bigger name and certainly has a lot more hype attached to him but Shawn Porter I've often said Greg that when you fight Shawn Porter Prepared itself to get into a car crash because that's sort of the way you come out of it because Puerto such a rough and tumble type of fighter so you talked to Spencer Awhile this week what were some of your takeaways from that the first thing was just a you know I think when you look at the landscape I'm SORTA pound for pound list right now I think airline I see it similarly in that he's sort of uniquely positioned because he is with you know out Heyman and he can fight a bunch of different guys and he has flexibility in what whether you can fight at one forty seven one sixty four and the biggest fight obviously is going to be the hardest one to make with parents Crawford but when you look at what's possible for him in the next three or four years I think you could look back at it as agree run in boxing history should won all these fights happen big if to should he win the mall which you know I'm really impressed with his talent I think in general and boxing you get to the twenty five range we still don't really know you know like to me he could be the top guy out there pound for pound already he may be that soon if he's not but but it's just really hard to tell what I love about this fighting particular he loves about it is it's sort of a proven fight you know poor guy with a unique style he is a suffocating fighter you know when spent his building his resume toward you know big pay per views toward you know maybe manufacture fight maybe terrence profit in the future you know this is the first step on that yeah I've been I've been reluctant to include spence anywhere near the top of my palm for pond list just because I'm believer that resume matters it's why have Kamilo often at or near the top of those lists because he while not having the skill set of some of the other guys that are inconsideration there has faced the best consistently face the best over and over again and sometimes it's coming up short gets mayweather draw against often times he's knocked off the air slanty lowers of the World Dan Jacobs has a beefier resume but this is really an opportunity for for aerospace to show that there is real substance behind all the hype that's behind him and he has he's checked all the boxes here greg like he he went to the UK and fought Kell Brook and he trailed early in that I thought and then rallied did not kill broke out he fought in his in some of his more recent fights he's increase the level of competition of guys these gone up against a now oh he's going to face a guide that offers a stylish probably hasn't seen in the past he's going to face Shawn Porter Puertas I agree with you is going to be in his face he's GonNa try to Muck it up and try to be go with him but against Mikey Garcia I thought Arrow spent showcased some boxing talent we haven't really seen in the ring before and now he'll have to show he's a little more living in can create distance yes a chance not just to add another win to his resume but to show the world that there's more to him than what I've seen already yeah absolutely you know what I find interesting there is just it's always crazy to explain to people how boxing works right like they look at an undefeated fighter subpoena no and they think that guy's GonNa be Floyd Mayweather and that he's destined for stardom and you always have to tell people like sixteen no you really don't know anything you know these guys are just being put in in a way to sort of build up around their stamina and their level of competition but the bill now is so long less for so many years that a guy like zero spent can be twenty nine years old undefeated twenty one knockouts in twenty five fights and you're right we really don't know but I think what's unique about him is that he's got a window here where he can really prove it you know if it's Shawn Porter then Manny Pacquiao then Danny Garcia or Keith Thurman and this forces the fight that everybody really wants which spent Crawford at a time when maybe he's more ready for it I mean when you look at taking a guy from like pound for pound it's sort of projection into like best fighter in the world like that's all in front of him it just matters if it's legitimate and I think it's fair to question it reporters and underdog in this fight but are we underrating porter's chances to win I know you know most people believed that spends one of the better fighters not just in his wake last but all of boxing but Puertas only got two losses on his resume it was a split decision loss to keep Thurman razor-thin decision there and then he lost Kell Brook when Calabro came to the US and took his title but this guy has gone in with some good fighters he beat Danny Garcia he beat your YouGov was a good fighter didn't look great in that fight beat Yoga's beat Adrian Granados beat Andrei Borough I mean this is a real one forty-seven here and he's he's probably GonNa be the first fighter that spent says faced that is kind of his size and the amateur ranks Shawn Porter was a middleweight I mean he he has an amateur loss Dmitri android in the amateur ranks so puertas the guy that he's not going to be able to physical in the ring what what do you think of Puerto Chances here yeah I I think we're definitely underrating his chances now that's not so sad picking to win but usually the one of the reasons this fight should appeal to elephants and his people as po reporters legit opponent partly because of his style I I'm old enough to remember watching him and wildcard is a young guy with his dad training and sparring with main Paco and even then it was obvious that he was game that he would suffocate that he I didn't mind contact all the things that you see now I actually love Spence described as when you said you look you fight like you're the water and you don't know how to swim 'cause it's sort of is that way right like he is almost sort of flailing their books maybe a little in artistic but it he lands he's always close and I think that you'd like a guy that I was refiner which obviously I'm not I wouldn't really want to get in the ring with Sean Porter because I think people would find it to be annoying and I think that there's always a chance when he fights like that that he could get under the skin that he could throw off his tactics that he could land something unexpected that they end up ends up by changing the direction of the fight that's one reason I really liked this fight this weekend I think it should be action packed I think like you said earlier it will give us an idea of whether it's spent sort of dictate pace and distance when somebody else is trying to make him uncomfortable in a way maybe we haven't seen yet and I think there's a legitimate chance that trump could win nonetheless unnecessarily I wouldn't you know check on it but I think there's enough of a chance there that this to me is like what boxing should be and to me it's one of the more interesting we're gonNA see in the back half year shirt yeah I agree he's got a great chance to win and you know spence is I think is doing the right thing and preparing for the Sean Porter that fought Keith Thurman and has fought most of his career the physical guy we saw different fighter against Dugas whereas Puerto at thought was trying to be more of a boxer and not a brawler? I think we're GONNA see the brawler back in this white is Puerta tries to muck it up and steal some rounds and make aerospace uncomfortable I tell you this much before we move onto patio I am disappointed and understand that the money is it is and you know they're they're certainly is reasons for it but the fact is on pay per view bothers me because you look at what these guys have done in the last couple of weeks with porter appearing on inside the NFL and getting that kind of exposure and the inside pbs show that happened was after the Fox game before the Fox game Sunday they've they've done a really good job in building interest in this fight and if they put it on regular Fox they could have done a big number I think enrolled dyson said maybe we can get five million people to watch the spider I think that would have done a great great service for the and for boxing in general because I the pay per view what this does I'm GonNa Guess Between Two hundred and two hundred twenty five thousand I think that's a a fair number maybe it goes a tick higher depending on what the what Saturday night looks like in terms of competition on the air but I think it's a missed opportunity to really expose these guys in a fight that I think is going to be entertaining and is a legitimate marquee fight in the welterweight division. Yeah I agree with that a hundred percent and I think that what you see in boxing these days is in my opinion people tend to jump to the pay per view fight or too early I'm telling people on Saturday that I'm probably gonNA fight and people come over they still a good portion of people I know who are sports fans and casually follow boxing who don't know who either these guys and that to me is you know that's an issue with sort of the structure of the sport as a whole and when you look at what this fight could have done you they had a pretty good hard last week on Fox right but look at this fight on Fox and what it would have done in terms of numbers and then you you're building till like here's a guy now is fighting at and T. stadium in aerospace here's two guys that are legitimately champions a rare unification bill and here's an action packed fight the might say draw people's attention to the fact that there are a ton of wealth raids regularly with BBC who can all square off and sort of roundtable fashion into to limit that audience to two hundred thousand people you know I couldn't even see it landed in one fifty you know if you didn't do as well as we thought you know to me that's that's that's boxing Hashtag puffy more or less right yeah and look spence at the benefit early his career of having that post Olympic gold medal game exposure on NBC. I think he's fight which is a low level fight did like six million viewers as if I'm not mistaken they literally cut to him standing in the ring right after the US team won the gold medal so he knows what exposure means and wooding get out of it but I guess the economics kind of what they are in this circumstance let me ask you about PAC l. then you know they've been doing this kind of you know sort of tournament over on the side of the street where Pacquiao against Keith Thurman Porter Against Spence what do you think the chances are that packie out will face the winner of this fight time next year I think they're high and I'm taking it directly from my conversation with spent last week he I think kind of slipped a little bit because he was he was talking about the landscape she got next and he backtracked a little bit after that essentially saying that's wrong guy you would like to fight if you want if you've gotta be porter and all the usual stuff and taking on a big name who's like not in the prime of his career anymore and who had who'd indeed.

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"spence" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"spence" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Even though he never took his career seriously he was he was able to give give fans with the whole smoking into the ring. He didn't look at slop. Busy looks now back then like you know he was a well to where he was in shape and he could punch my yoga. Could you know but it was an upset definitely so getting back to the article. Let me see if I could find the author is by Bob Villain and you know the other tip I wanted to say I believe one of these Welsh ways that we're going to speak of were also twenty five and no similar a to spence and obviously you know hearns and Leonard were thirty and when they met well actually Leonard had one also also ready to durant when he met Thomas but they were in the thirties and os and thirty one and all you know and porters up there with thirty two so you know and one draw seventeen Cao's and he also has the WBZ belt so this this fight between earl and reporter is being right up there where history but it's funny because Thurman and Garcia are put in that same category because of what they were able to do but but luckily I woke up early this morning I was able to watch the sugar Ray Leonard Thomas Her. Did you guys have a chance to watch it or obviously probably woke up too late right. I got caught in the past pretty interesting fight especially. When you consider the Leonard I ended up knocking out hearns in the fourteenth round. which sounds so it's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking attacking your peace of mind?.

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"spence" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"spence" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"To me. Fairly. I fell. Can you hear me? Yes. I check this out man, much respect to you all for Vegas. I've missed a show. My voice was source. I couldn't call in a lost my voice, but I got through things man. Fuck this topic. You know, I'm going back to my work. And check this out might you. Gotta stop trying to get Spence killed breath lead that man Cannella alone. You kill me every time you say that. But yet you say Crawford can beat Spence. You're showing your true buys and his bro-. You got house. Space. Can't Turks Cannella skill in no way, shape or form. Not more. Spins more skilled, another I paint, those skills are comfortable. Well, what am saying? Skills is not comfortable with kills Spence breath. Do better he owned in whole 'nother level stop stop trying to rush that man winning got no problem fighting that one forty seven ain't never missed weight. Stop trying to get that boy slaughter like that, man. One another to another thing man when you go out of town Bros. That where other nigga she a Twitter TV shirt. All what the flood. It ain't like I don't give them. When aids seem to stay with it in fresh e man. Hey,.

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"spence" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"spence" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Oh my goodness i'm so i'm so nervous directors code just remember all right nervous you should okay yuppie i'm do spence you doesn't matter doesn't matter even if you screw up don't don't admit it just keep going right plowed his never know when you screw up i don't have this person on twitter we'll call you out that's don't worry about exactly how much more is there is there a lot more this there is a bit more would i do all right go ahead the regional governors now have guys control over the head of today's impossible how did the ember maintain control without the bianchi the reason given is now have direct control over the territories yeah we'll keep the local systems in nine this station every belly and done let me ask you something interrupted lybian how many times have you seen this movie to two of to this extent three hundred two or three hundred times sure i mean who hasn't you must be fun to watch that movie with 'cause you're you're speaking the lines with the actors every time aren't you aren't you do dry you must drive your family out of their mind because when i do certainly do what i do that i hear about it we get watching my watch coming to america anymore in my house 'cause my son tonight just just quote into battle and there's nothing worse than that for people who just want enjoy the movie frustated.

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"spence" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"spence" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Look if you're a smart successful promising young person and you see with would they have to go through mean not it's no wonder that people that you know what i'm just going to be a private person yeah successful entrepreneur nobody knows me and i'm not but you know what the best and brightest have always been it some moment in time in america and on the way up to go but in not in nine seventy leaf eriksson is the explore discovered america five hundred years later there's an entrepreneur what non explore call christopher columbus he was not an explore use an entrepreneur he conned the queen's minor got this idea he was looking for trade he put a stake in this country and we were born different uh i'm not saying perfect he basically said if you will work your boat off he fuel dream big in america we don't care what your last name was what your family does lance at my son lives in the lower east side a walked at all the time because that was the birthplace of entrepreneurship we at have this country beyond again you are austin is so awesome it's forever young if you're old you can't live here i'm not talking age we have to have america forever young again or it anyway let's just i'm going to do it i don't know what it's it will work but i'm were try rather madre i believe in you like a good luck x for doing sir ethics or.

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"spence" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"spence" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"And he keeps saying you can't go so we sitting out in the hallway of the white house three in the morning and he looked at me and he said what's next i said well arkansas edgy for sixteen years america had you for eight the world if that moment was the spark of sesia jerry uh it three o'clock in the morning the last day and the white house and cgi the clothes the clinton global initiative yeah it is changed their around asia were yet so you know uses aegis stick with people who do you believe in and you trust realizing that everybody must stay yeah yeah and and in heat to your credit his gritted her credit their credit they when did it i mean seated yeah i was it was interesting urged unfortunate actually kazan that it got a note politicize it got really politically is an amazing organization we were very much back i know remember those days with lives strong we were very much involved with such a partners with cgi in africa but but then again you know the the the the mistakes made his in mind very different um although up a probably made similar mistakes that the president may um both causes whether it be cgi live strong got politicized yep and got her yeah yeah and some would say you know the attentively fatally hurt yep but that's you know look in its is like i am still people and researchers was a great friend of mine and asked the best in iran or campaigns in from stupid people realize i iran her campaign for county commissioner.

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"spence" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"spence" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"He always use tomi just remember retail he called me rato everybody's fight some kind of battle be can to everybody me and it in a message who was born with spina bifida in as so i got to chief supposed to live to be four months before you not a push to school every day every day she graduated from high school because amal mom have pushed her uh every saturday here in austin in sandy in we'd listen the cowboys knee what a burgers and um when she passed away i was in her bed and she's for nine years old when i had this huge appar fanie that all these years that i thought i'd been pushing her she'd been pushing me and everyone makes mistakes and so maf a deep belief is i guess jesse jackson said it may be the best longtime he always says a made a mistake of the man not the heart and i think when you look yet when i stayed with bill and stayed uh not because i'm somebody special is that i think at some point you realize the everybody does fight some kind of battle and i remember that last night in the white house enough tell the story publicly it was the last night he was in the white house and he calls minutes roar you'd be here so us so it's were sitting there i keep trying to leave and there's thousands of people there and it's three in the morning.

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"spence" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"spence" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Ends hillary looks up i'm hillary rodham and they said come see you guys and they were a year older and we became best friends and they were we work all that time in the about then i became great france with bill we ran for congress in an attorney general and governor of arkansas and lots work in his presidential campaign and it's it's interesting because in by the way one of my best friends in the world is again a more mckenna who worked on the other side in we but we don't we love each other and that's what america needs to start being done we need to get together on higher ground fight like s and dollars but purpose over politics by the way snow study so it is fascinating because i got to be in the middle of these amazing seat changing a game changing political braces and uh it's intense but uh no it's also really fun the ah when you win winning losing really sucks yeah and by the way when i learned in politics there is not a regretted opening brad young it you don't get a a do over area bella crack at on election day and you in look i i love president clinton story he's been a friend of mine for a long i know he is and and i did not i liked him because he was nice to me and i respect and i liked i did like his politics.

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"spence" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"spence" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Survive the next fifty years you know that's really great question and as you know lance up we've passed the torch to the next generation and there have i'm a little out younger than you did i know you are a know yours or a lot lot younger matthews keep reminding me anyway but this is really a interesting point and all of you out there they're listening most of you don't remember the eight when we started in advertising there were three channels hip abc cbs nbc correct when they brought in ted turner created cnn we thought the world had ended what what do you mean and then there's this thing called fm radio came in we air all the old people we were 21 we loved it cuts news different they don't know what they're doing so my point is that life move zone what stays values purpose differentiation entertainment we have a creator philosophies call the uninvited guests and it basically says people don't wake up every morning saying gosh i'd like a cup of coffee in a totti bo commercial were uninvited so we have to intrigue you we have to entertain you in we have to persuade you most advertising starts with persuade we've always believe you got it intrigue inner taint and then persuade so those kind of formulas in purpose they're still there how you executed is different whether it's social media of whatever whatever so it's radical the world chainsaw you know when al gore not invented the internet in a we just did know did there it was going to be this way but we really are spanish i didn't realize editor ideology and alba's now know we don't talk about it but did the semi look i'm going to watch the world series tonight yet okay and so go astros in so esri's and by the time as there's the world series will be over so anyways or whatever but you know it.

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"spence" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"spence" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Stevie he did plays the acid taxes and he found just looks in the mighty says don't you mess with taxes so we played it to all the how we department people who are thousand people average age 100 in all headbut haircuts in the silence men timur sitting up there an old man fouling stands up i guess i'm his aides now but he mya oh man get sentences son i don't get it in a acid greats can work account make this up a so with that i eat is of that allowed yeah yeah i said grace if his last acid greatest not for you is gonna weren't right steve ray hits the airways people lance are calling the tv stations requesting the spot to see it we didn't know i've still chill bump still we didn't know we've kids and then all of a sudden our phones starts ringing every celebrity in texas what's in it yeah i want to do a don't mess with taxes spot i will i believe i admit uh acid those who tall joan shirt warren moon george foreman we even the best one i wish i had it with you i play the best not the best one of them is this group call the type back then the tyler horns or something they were the sales angels so we went and talk to him in its hysterical they're in a pool hall smoking stuff in one of the hills angela says they're added again boys was ride saw the motorcycles a fired up and they're out there picking up trash with the little forks and stuff in this hell's angel looks and the cameras says some people are just like animal.

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"spence" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"spence" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"And i think a one point you told me how you did tell me it's up a bit of forgotten how you came up with don't mess with taxes lances isn't in my partner tim a clear her you know very well he we mark white he just got elected governor which i had done his campaign and um bob lanier was ahead of the highway department who ended up being the mayor of houston amazing man he was sitting there with all the highway department people'es chairman of the the new commission and the litter people came up and said well you know mr chairman every year litter goes at seventeen percent so we need to increase the budget seventeen percent too two up the litter at what in the meeting but his story goes bob lanier hes's glasses now it looks the guy said his anybody ever thought about reducing litter in the rooms just like what what so they put the rebid out to a four milliondollar countinent wide much but for medaj at in so all these big agencies pain to pitch it and we were just getting up on our healed we had southwest but that's about it tim mcclure is what we don't have a campaign in the pitches two days from now we haven't figured out tim's walking down the highway and he looks danny says this isn't litter this is trash her any wrote it on the peace of trash don't mess with taxes.

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"spence" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"spence" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"He see in probably what he found out i don't know speak foreign but it's like i don't know if he ever thought he was in the book business he was injured delivery business here in books with the start it's like you he no southwest airlines we're not near on business when freedom business and because we started by democratising skies herb kill ahead kerr had to go to the supreme court to deregulate the airline industry so the mostar but don't mess with taxes but what we learned is if you market the category you're in you're gonna get killed you've got a ladder up to something else this more often and that's what purpose is all about it we're not an airline business when the freedom business because authentically we wanted to get people out of buses and cars threat we wanted to democratize the scots what was that went when you took on this i read the status i was reading about your relationship with their keller in southwest airlines the percentage of people and when you when you got the account the percentage of americans who had flown i mean it was like a fifteen fifteen percent fifteen percent of america had got not an airplane yeah think about that and if what he looked at it was genius again i'm not gonna be a better branagh off or twa y'all don't remember that those other airlines were the airline was reserved for the elite and i'm not saying that's bad or get it.

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"spence" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"spence" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"It was very hard to do and then to actually go ride the exact course from the 1928 toured no keeping in mind the two to france in 2018 is going to be two thousand miles more or less the route in 1928 on these shitty bikes was three thousand three hundred miles so they not only had to do it as as we cut a no other think about it it was 1300 miles longer in so uh we're gonna screen the film ride at the alamo a draft house you're in austin ticket serb a basically sold out so she you hear this hurry up and uh either go through do my socials or go through alamo draft house you're an awesome and get a try to get a ticket fillon i um are going to have a conversation after the the screening i'm not sure that that is exactly a podcast um but i i do hope to get him to sit down and have a little one hour discussion about obviously about that tremendous effort but also talk about the amazing race thirty years on the air nuts sowa last thing a sales restoration is open for the texas hundred com april fourteen promoted up the sheer we want to capture while flowers and make the weather than hoped the weather's little cooler get maked weather do anything but good we do sport dot com sign up early there's an overt special for the next couple of weeks i think we have it at ninety nine bucks and i hope to see you all their it's uh it is we do brasil certified is beautiful route not easy but you guys got it got it in your car high was good to roy cedras next week for june and.

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