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"thomas camp" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"Been kinda the queen's that were being More modern generation that was being now focused upon him a book in. But honestly i honestly. I don't really understand everything she's saying. I mean call me dumb. But i share hughes's drag queens of being childish and then half of the comments are literally people throwing temper tantrums. Saying how dare you call me childish. And yes but she's also talking about like an earnestness in since you know insincerity and i get it. Some drag queens are like that. But i think most drag queens like incredible sense of humor and are able to laugh and joke you know about themselves and the world around them. Drag queens of comedy came to chicago that was a show produced by sash. Soprano i've seen a variation of that Had the you know the time. The top talent Lady bunny pizzas. Cries coco peru. Jackie beat lady. Read couture like the really amazing lineup. And just we're back. They were stupendous and chicago is a comedy town and people from chicago's comedy institutions. Came to see this okay. Let's see what this drag thing is about and generally speaking the the feeling about comedy and drag queens was they were like this is not very sophisticated humor. They were at what does it. What is the friendly live at. Its base. yeah it's not it's ernest that there's something ernest the level of child another thomas camp. It's taken third things that are meant to be ironic. But it's not really ironic and part of it is like you know and it's interesting because you know in one way. Drag queens do create permissive space of anything goes and everything's outrageous until you cross the line with them with certain people and then that line wants that line gets cross who watch out. What do you mean the drag queen would get mad. Yeah it part of it is like. I think it is a situation you know. We're all human beings. And we all want to express ourselves creatively and explorer our lives and we don't want anyone to limit us right but you know when we create that permissive environment. we have to sometimes realize that our audience. Because we're blurring the boundaries between performers and audience. They're going to they're going to criticize satirize us in the moment and because drag is such an intimate art form and it's such a personal art form that when somebody gets criticized in that way by getting that shade thrown right back at them in the moment it can be a very jarring experience and i think that's part of it. What's driving the negative reaction to friend liebowitz people like how dare you call me ernest. How dare you well. Jus- just stand up for drags out. I mean it's silly and dumb as drag can be and i will you know maybe like the the tour cordray queens comedy comedy yet. I mean maybe some professional comedians would look down upon that But i but. I think that you've got to take it as its own type of humor. Also you know. And the one thing that i really like about drag right now you know is that it's in this time of cancel culture. It's one of the areas that doesn't bow down to that very easily so bianca excetera are still. You know using jokes in humor. That would be you know that would have other audiences like board aside. You know but but i kind of like the way the drag still has this looseness and freedom to be like you now outrage us with the audience being smart enough to know that this is all very silly as opposed to you now people showing you know themselves as to racist dramatic taj mistake or whatever well the mass can do so much. Because you're in a costume. That cost exactly about that all the time..
"thomas camp" Discussed on WJR 760
"In the Arkansas Pine Bluff, a Chicago state and Quincy, not necessarily their choice. But as games got canceled Thies Air the games they could play heading in the Big 10 basketball action team is much better. They have seven players back from the team that played us a year ago. And so on many years, you would say This is that this is a team that can make a run at the middle part of the big 10. But this will be the rule any test for the Wildcats. I think Matt because they have not been tested yet. Pittsburgh's not that good of a ball club. Obviously, Michigan State is, but I like this team. It's a good ball club. They got pieces they can do things on. I think it's one of those teams where you better play. If you want to beat him, no question about it. You have to show up and this is a game. Northwestern has wanted. They want to see where they're at in their young season so far. Tough to have to do it and for opening up in conference play, But this is what it is and what I like about this ball club is they got some young guys, but they have confident guys. You think about buoy their starting point guard now last year against us with those 26 points and five threes, easy guy that's gonna play with a lot of confidence tonight, so he'll leave this team and try to build confidence around him. Was now person. Seconds were never station to identify themselves gotten Jr Detroit and coming you TV DHD to Detroit. A great voice of the Great Lakes. 7 60. Tell you, J R where Detroit comes to talk. Well jumping center. It looks like you might see in this right. Looks like you're never gonna jump center Darren Henry. Joey hours. There hasn't been one in the jump ball. So Tom Izzo putting his maybe best athletic jumper in the middle. So it's Henry going 66 against Peter Nance ago. 6 10. Hips up in controlled by northwestern, So the wild cancer get first crack at it, And that's the point is, boo boy and his mad said, and Dawn. He had a big night against us. We play here last year were 26. It's still a career high for him goes over to chase dish, not a bully down the land he goes, takes Rocket watch within balls rejected. That mess you as it's a rocket will bring it down in the wing Lankford for three ball off the rim. No doubt of the rebound is won by Thomas Camp here, so Michigan San will get a second crack at it just underway here in Atkinson. It's Michigan State and its Northwestern and the big tin opener for both ball clubs and.
"thomas camp" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"You asking me if questions holiday you said they need to get you said. Last year they need a new coat. All be you said lanzhou. They need a new code. They got a whole new staff and i coaching it. Wasn't it wasn't the right staff. The play little shame take i. First of all. I do agree with orlando. It's not so much nepotism. It's a cronyism higher. That mike mccarthy brought mike nolan out of mothballs because he owed him. Because once upon a time mike. Excuse me mike nolan. His head coach of the forty niners gave mike. Mccarthy is first coordinator job in san francisco which led quickly to him getting hired as the head coach. Jim green bay creek. I gotta take care of my guy. Well your guy has not taken care of cowboy nation or the cowboy defense. Because he's been an unmitigated disaster from start to finish they have given up. Three hundred seven yards rushing to cleveland to ninety four last night to the ravens that seem like four ninety four to sixty one to arizona at home to a eight to washington and one eighty to washington your archrival within the division and for me last night. Look like one. Big quit on the part of the cowboy defense because orlando you played defense at a very high level in this league. What is run stopping about in the end. What what's that attitude. You gotta have to thank you. And and and china and you've been on teams where you were you looking at you. Think in office. According to call his plan he noticed play on work. It didn't work in practice the scout team. While why. why are you calling. This is just like okay. So last night i saw defense come out with no fire. No pride no guts. No heart no attitude. I don't think he is the coach for this group because they've rejected him all year. They mutinied against him at year. We had a bunch of anonymous quotes. And also jerry steps up and he cut bait with eight free agents. He had added on the defensive side because he he figured they were all the malcontents leading the rebellious. Yeah coachman season okay. Well i think it's about time to fire him now because he just didn't work for whatever reason they have rejected his scheme and his teeth. The mike mccarthy too because remember last year jason garrett couldn't get them to come out and play early on they feel fall behind with a new coat a guy that's a made man. Mike mccarthy has a super bowl ring okay. Last year rod marinelli crews rashard gets me motivated the play. We get a new coaching staff. At some point in time at the end of the day player got accept responsibility. Also yes is nice to be put in a scheme at some point time. Running eight about scheme running is about. You know what i refuse to let you get three hundred. I refuse to let you to nine iraq to agree absolutely but let me ask a question. Why why eric billion and me get mentioned. Be head coach. Because he's part of orchestrating a good offense right. Yes why is robert salah getting mentions and getting bush pushed to become a head coach. Yes because he's running a good defense right. Why didn't dan quinn. Become a head coach. Because he ran a good deepen the players gotta make plays. Don't get me don't get it will cleanse. Did you notice how they face. Did you notice how dan quinn. Look we didn't have richard sherman. He didn't have earl thomas. he didn't have body why he didn't have k- j. right so he would have been cam cam. He looked with day acquainted. Those players they go to the super bowl. I can go to the civil war or not but through memory so was it wasn't about player. Dip language the or no ask you a question so now it's about now is so it's not about the players so you take take charge. Be in the hall of fame. The bobby wagner is going to be in the hall of fame so you just go to minimize earl thomas camp sherm bobby wagner and say it was all day okay but but he came with cachet. He came with built in respect when he walked in the door in atlanta. They're like we respect. Yes in belen. where's he been. What does he done. What about your chance. Respected on offense mike mccarthy in green bay but you know what speaking to the offense last night andy dalton played well enough to win the football game. I thought he played very well. Considering he's the back. I got into the game lose yard game. We figure this for me. Dallas had twenty passing. I douse last night. The ravens had to at read about for for most of the game. As you point out. Lhamo is having a hard time. He was stolen some mystery missiles to me they were going right. Left down above. He was air mailing. Hit the ones. That was why he hit two to the throat. Hollywood in the corner of the end zone. That was a big time. throw skip. Just imagine if lebron would have had the ball five more minutes how many yards they would've rushed for a but dallas won the time possession by five minutes. How do you do that and lose thirty four to seventeen. There's only one way you have to give three hundred rushing yards. Would you care about who figured that you through the interception. So you get a ball right back to baltimore. After they missed they missed field goal. They got the ball right back. There was just internal wanna be turnover one and by the way. My two undrafted tackles rookie. And a second year player. They held up. They did okay. They gave me enough time to win the game. Baltimore kit rush to pass okay. We'll i'm just saying at baltimore. The office played well enough to win the game. I saw few flash sunday at cincinnati. I told you we gotta lose it to lose. Ain't got no. We're on the way to three and thirteen china. Yes because you love.
"thomas camp" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"An Eagles fan, he's from Philly course. Of course. The quarterback was there also, so that they know each other from his days with Philadelphia. Yeah, I got him so fired up, but Heathrow for 198 yards. Music really, really just got jacked up. Anyway, I'm sure the analytics will tell you that. When meek mill plays his waited football's created his ex what's in an adult's playlist? The camp. I would guess Camas abetter playlist than Andy. Don't Oh, I would say so, too would say so. It's okay. Camera. Mike Thomas. Camp. All day and he don't know Mike down, Mike. Sure about that. Oh, absolutely. Absolutely. All right. There's there's some really good rock songs that is in there. But you know, the Army just is a little lacking like Thomas or Marley. Matt. What is the strangest thing you've ever done during a zoom? Call? What? Yeah. You heard me, right? You won't believe it. That's next. Thiss is calf and a hood on ESPN 1000. Chicago's home for sports. He's home for Notre Dame football. ESPN 1000. WeII. We turn now to David Kaplan with more kept fighting Irish football fans. Rally with the Irish through.
"thomas camp" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History
"Her accusations fry any thoughts on that high tech lynching phrase I think it's even yeah. Yeah, I mean I was just talking with someone recently There's a group that is advocating for their being the first Black Female Supreme Court justice and. I actually got interesting pushback from another woman of color that said that's how we got. Clarence Thomas and you know I personally think that it is really important to talk about the composition of the court from a demographics perspective. But there is a clear double edged sword because there were a lot of black groups that supported Justice Clarence. Thomas. Over Anita, Hill even though both of them are black supporting the idea that this man who had a chance to sit in the seat once occupied by Thurgood. Marshall that his. Race, was more important than perhaps his politics or that you just support the man in a situation like this I think that there's tons of gender bias and Patriarchy in every race. White black purple I am completely repulsed in. In a nation where lynching Israel and lynching had certain historical high water marks but never stopped there have been people lynched throughout American history for someone to invoke that as a term of art in order to protect their reputation I just find extremely disturbing and yet it was a trigger I think for a lot of people who protected Clarence Thomas during the hearings. Actually, this term that is common in cases of harassment and abuse call Darbeau. It stands for deny attack and reverse victim and offender, and you actually see this in these very high powered men suddenly cast themselves as the victim and the women who have come forward often in very difficult situations often facing a lot of harassment just for coming forward are positioned as the ones with all the power and are the ones who are on the attack. So it's an experienced it's actually common for a lot of women who experienced sexual harassment, and after the hearings, you know months after the hearings. Reports of sexual harassment to the EEOC went up I believe by about fifty percent many more people felt empathetic towards Anita. Hill because they felt she'd been steamrolled. There were also other women who were not allowed to testify So I feel like the term high. Tech Lynching definitely speaks to this idea of a selective use of history for one's own personal. Gain Let's talk about that that you just cited I mean it's really amazing. You know one. Yeah. So as you said, one year after this complaints filed with the EEOC, which I will know is the agency where they worked. You know I I don't know if that's exactly irony or what it is, but you know the agency at which hill and Thomas worked. Complaints there were up fifty percent and. Public opinion kind of start to shift. In Hills Fever Nicky what is is that just the power of a public reckoning the power of seeing something on your TV just gives you a sort of model to have these kinds of conversations I. think it's more than that. Right? I mean, in some ways, it was part of a kind of feminist consciousness raising that women got to hear another woman speak out publicly about sexual harassment that she experienced on the job and that gave them both a language and an example to follow in filing their own complaints and being able to say. Okay I I see how my experiences look like her experiences and yeah, this is actually wrong and of course, many of the women knew it was wrong. But now they were finding ways to come forward and to file their their complaints and I think that is a big moment and it's happening in a lot of different ways. Right there are women filing complaints, but they're also women running for office. It is a it is an important moment in a kind of woman led activism in response to Anita Hill testimony. So francs through a bunch of different places in American society including the Congress. For I what is your sense of hills legacy her impact both in the as we've been discussing in the year or two afterwards. But now in the decades since well, again, I mentioned, there's a group advocating for the first female, a Black Female Supreme Court justice to be put on the court, and they make a very compelling case that American jurisprudence and who gets put on the court also is a function of all of these different feeders towards the highest court in the land which are in and of themselves blocking many different types of people from moving ahead. So you know it's kind of. It's not shocking when we look at fortune five, hundred CEOS because if you think of all the layers of discrimination that happen as people move up the ranks and so I think that we just right now America is justifiably obsessed with the Supreme Court. The Future of the Supreme Court will be something that motivates lots of different types of people from across the ideological spectrum to vote and I really regardless of whether or not. She is ever considered I. Like the idea that Anita Hill's name has come up because. It speaks to the endurance of someone who stood in her truth. This is another whole sidebar but Justice Clarence Thomas. His wife reached out to Anita Hill and asked her to apologize for smearing her husband. You know. So there's been many different layers of this and now you know I thought it was really interesting that that back when Joe Biden said, he regretted The way that he handled the hearings Anita Hill was like, nope that was not enough that wasn't a real apology. I mean you know at some spicy stuff so it doesn't say anything about whether or not one should vote for Vice President Biden but I do think that he will feel vice president. Biden if he is elected president, he will probably feel some pressure to really consider what kinds of people he gets to put on the court if any now and so we should make it clear both sides here, Hill herself and Clarence Thomas, and as he said, you know others and Clarence Thomas Camp there has been no reconciliation here both sides. Claim their own truth and continue to clean the on truth and the heels are dug in. On the Joe Biden Legacy, you know we've mentioned a few times that there were other witnesses and other women who were waiting in the wings. So to speak to also come forward and it is by all accounts, Joe Biden who was the chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee who kind of Tamp that down and asked the proceedings come to a close and go to a vote I'm mean he has had to deal with this legacy You know mickey any thoughts on how much this is part of Biden's record par Biden's legacy and how much it will define him. If he does become President Oh, it's it's certainly part of Biden's record and I think it got much more of a spotlight thrown on it nationally I think a lot of people were already aware urban already were frustrated with Biden because of this this legacy but in the wake of the national metoo movement it when Anita Hill again and becomes even more present in the national conversation around feminism and about women's rights and coming forward. Eight through a pretty negative spotlight on Joe Biden for the role that he played in this now hill herself has getting. She's not accepted his apology, but she also said that she would vote for him versus Donald Trump since donald trump is facing. Few dozen credible accusations of assault and harassment against him So she's also modelled a kind of not black and white way of approaching something like this where you have a choice between one person or together But I do think that she will continue to have access to Joe Biden advising him in helping to shape his policies going forward and she gets that seat at the table and part because he has been.
"thomas camp" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"When you saw Jamal Adams get traded a disgruntled player Who just publicly castrated his owner, GM and head coach and they still got to first and 1/3 for him. What was your reaction? Your reaction was a challenge wins in this league and that every player can shoot their way out of town like them all out of here with the New York Jets, But the fact is, you're talking about an all pro player arguably the better best at his position. After his third season in the NFL. So when you have a player that I had that kind of talent, that kind of playmaking ability, they're always going to be takers. I didn't think that anybody Would have paid that kind of price on the eve of teams reporting to training camp. What if your team like Seattle that was knocking on the door year ago, losing in the divisional round the Green Bay Packers? You look at Jamal Adams as that potential piece to put you over the top, and it didn't feel like with two higher price for Jon Snyder and Pete Carroll. You do a show there in New York? You know, these guys describe Jamal Jamal Adam from college. L s, you know, so that's when I covered him. I have not spoken to him in three years. So described to me job, Jamal Adams, the person as as a pro player versus the player as a pro player. A lot of days. We've had Jamal Adams in studio with VCR radio show in the Tri State area, and when he walks into the room, you've got an electric personality, a charismatic guy, and you can clearly tell in the way that he talked that he is committed to being the best football player. You can't be. Jamal Adams came into the NFL. With the intent of being an all time great. Everything we see thus far in his career would suggest that he's on that type of trajectory. There's going to be a guy that if he stays healthy It's going to be wearing a gold jacket. Can Ohio at the end of his career? That's the kind of player he is, and that's the standard that he set for himself and for his two days Jamal out of not just a game changer on the football field. See the game changer in terms of his culture. When you feel like the team, the organization is embracing the problem. That small head was when you have a new head coach, and Adam gave you have a new general manager in Joe Douglas. Those individuals were not the regime that ref in it. And so when you don't have that association when you don't have that tie, it makes it A little easier for the organization to listen to people that would potentially be trading for Jamal atoms. And I think the relationship when left when Joe Douglas came out in the middle of last year at the trade deadline, and said that they were listening to trade calls for Jamal and I don't think they ever have. You cannot moving him, But they would actually feeling the calls in. Jamal took that personally. What do you agree with whether you should take it a person or not? It's your business, but I will say that it's clear that that's when the relationship started Fracture Chris Canty from NFL player now current holds that does a great job on ESPN you of 90.7 FM joining us here on Friday and Fitz Simmons on ESPN Radio Extension 80 As a Jets fan. I got referred that because I'm sure they have plenty of anti Adam Gaze fans that did not like what you just said about Jamal Adams is going to be in Canton. But what does the straight really do? When in terms of Adam gays having an even short of least even though they've just gotta haul for Jamal Adams. Then you would think that they would give a little Adam gets a little more leaves because they're less talented. T. You know, I don't foresee Joe Douglas. Using the resource is that he just got back in the gym. All Adam straight. Make another deal before the season that would change the 2020 outlook for the Jets. So this is going to be more of a building process in there going from being a team that we thought could potentially compete for a playoff spot in 2022 a team that's looking toward the future. Chris, Where do you believe someone Because a lot of people are saying that Jamal Adams isn't a leader. He's not a leader is all about just the man in the mirror. When you hear that your reaction is what No, I mean, I know that's not. That's not true, because the guys in the locker room say that he's a leader doesn't lock will listen to what I'm all out of has to say. And when you have a player that's as productive as Jamal Adams. I mean, it's hard not to listen. I mean, you could have a lot of guys that can stand up in front of the team and give speeches. But ultimately, the guys that players in the locker room of the guys that are getting paid the most money and the guys that are producing when it comes to game day on the field. And Jamal out. Absolutely. That guy in terms ofthe his productivity, there's no way You could argue that Jamal isn't one of the most productive defensive back that we've seen in today's game. I mean, yes, he ended that recent poll of general managers, coaches and personnel evaluators. And one execs said that Jamal Adams is the second best defensive player in all of football. Next to Aaron done. That's coming from somebody who's job. It is to make these types of decisions that how they're evaluating Jamal Adam. So I just you know to me there's no arguing the talent that's undeniable. And there's no arguing the impact that he had in terms of where the Jets were, and I mean, the Jets were a top defence last year without an elite edge pass rusher or number one corner. How did they do it? They did it because you had a player that dynamic like Jamal Adams. How much what you just said. And I'm not saying that the person is lying to you all that that person evaluation is not on point. But how much Chris or what You just said. Let the Jamal was believing that if I'm that important And I should be on that same level of importance, even though I don't play a quarterback position. Take. I mean, you can argue whether or not he played the premium position, but I'm all out of this place. I mean, just go back to the match ups that they had against Giants in the regular season ran over Jaquan Barclay took the ball from Daniel Jones House. I mean, I don't mean you gotta do is turn on the tape and his impact. On the field. There's no question about it. That's undeniable. So it becomes a question now of how do you How do you value that different organizations place different values on that? So you say that safety is not a premium position? Well, good luck trying to tell John Steiner child Cause they're championship team. Their championship defense was built from the defensive secondary. They had the Legion of boom with Earl Thomas Camp Chester Richardson in company. So that's how they believe in building a formidable defense didn't then who are we to tell them different They got they got trophies. They have a Super Bowl ring to prove that the way that they build a football team works. So you can get all you about whether or not you should pay a guy that plays the safety premium money 17 18 $19 million a year, But the fact is different. People do it different ways. It seems like Seattle Seahawks. They're comfortable with whatever Jamal Adam's contractual demands, maybe in the future. He was an outstanding edge rusher for the Cowboys win the Super Bowl of the Giants finish with the Ravens. Now you can check him out 98.7. The Tri State area..
"thomas camp" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"We would start games in about a month With the with the usual schedule, whether that will happen or I doubt it was the season's be called. Offer made me move to a later time. We just don't know that's something that were anxiously. Patiently waiting for. It's kind of out of our control well, we're waiting right along with you. Mayor, John Gates. Thank you so much for talking about what you saw down in Denver. And it is saddening seen for sure, but that makes us appreciate our home here in Greeley all that much more mayor. Thank you so much for your time this afternoon. Ten or have good evening talking to you, so thank you that as mayor John Gates. Bathed I HAVEN'T BEEN DOWN TO DENVER I. For a couple of reasons I mean I. Just choose not to go down there I. don't want to see that but it's just I mean just to hear him talk about. It's just sickening us. We talked about it's going to be over a million dollars for cleanup. It's just nuts i. mean it's just. It's people who have no regard for their own. Own Community and their own neighbor. It's just it does not make a whole lot of sense to me, but really appreciate the mayor joining us this afternoon closing on four fifty three. Now let's take a break. We'll come back on the side headline that caught my eye. We'll wrap up this Monday edition of Noko now on northern cod voice thirteen ten KFI. Sports story northern. Colorado the state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten KFI K. Put them back into. You know now about two minutes left here. Really, appreciate mayor. John gets just I. Mean just a really good downunder. Dude! Appreciate his time as always. The podcast we'll be up here in. Just after the show is done but want to say. Thanks to a Mark Larson state farm insurance agent covering everyone in Greeley. He's a big supporter, so I know he's sitting at the edge of his seat, waiting to find out whether we're going to have a UNC season or not, but you know what he knows almost as well sports well. He knows it better than sports, but it's insurance. He knows how to cover you the right way at the right cost, so make sure you give them a call and let them know you heard about them around here on Noko now. Let's get the headline to come I. So I don't know I've never even. I look young enough that I have never even thought about being in my nineties or what that looks like, but this story is not pretty cool. This ninety three year old ex chopper rider has new lease on life at forgetting a mobility scooter that looks like a Harley Ninety three year old veteran of World War Two is enjoying his seaside town once again now they can get around on his new mobility scooter done up like a Harley Davidson. It's awesome. He's got a big old grin on his face. He's got those wide handlebars was big handlebars. man I bet. He is having a blast on that Thomas Camp who had owned motorcycle since. Since, he was a teenager had to give up riding on his beloved possessions do his age, but now feels like he's back in the saddle again you go, Thomas, that's that's some good news see. We started out a little down today, but we're up to end it Thomas. Congratulations on your new mobility scooter for Ryan Kellyanne. Tanner swint tomorrow Kevin Lion will join the program I want to see. This will probably be the last chance we can get to have Kevin predict the future of high school athletics in College Athletics, but we'll talk about that much much more Noko. Now on a northern Carlos Voice, thirteen ten Kfi, we'll talk to you tomorrow..
"thomas camp" Discussed on The Jump
"Farm commercial. This just a hunch this coming Sunday it's episodes seven eight of the last dance for more on those episodes as well as the ones we saw last night. Here's someone heavily featured in the documentary. Welcome back to the jump. I am so thrilled to be joined by. Oh the hall of Famer. The Great Michael Well done. Thanks for being with us. Rachel great stuff in last night's episodes but one of the biggest overall themes was michael ascending to this almost mythic god-like place in American culture. And then the cost of having reached that point. What did you learn in real time in real life when you were watching him? Go through both the rise and then the price of bat rise will the I. I think you just observed Rachel. Is that Michael Jordan. More or less. I don't know who is in between but he more or less replaced. Muhammad Ali is the most famous man on the plant so that was the first observation and one which is almost automatically attended is. Oh everybody's watching it is not the people the world is watching and they're going to make something of everything and I don't know that anybody can be prepared for that. I remember some of the quote unquote missteps perhaps it Mohammed Ali native. People thought he made and Michael obviously with going to Atlantic City during that. Nick series was I. I don't think anybody was prepared for the fallout and the reaction to that. Well I do want to ask you about gambling because I can remember a couple of times you and I sat and watched by gold play cards together and I assure I only got to see one percent one percent will want and what you saw. So do you think he has or had again with problem? Problem I don't gamble at all at all so I don't know what the problem is. And I never sought to make that distinction or determination. I didn't feel the need to make that judgment. He liked to gamble now alone. Are you had to go to vegas or Atlantic City or now wait a minute since Michael Gambling problem break? Higher United States of America has sought every state has sought to enter into gambling at the highest level with all of the great casinos of our time. So who's got a gambling problem was all all of America have won a legitimate question but I just never sought to to judge in that way the Dream Team is covered in these episodes. Nj insists here he never specifically said Isaiah Thomas Camp. Beyond the team. What do you think? Isaiah wasn't on that team will you don't have to? Zia was the face of a great and polarizing tape. My best guess would be having covered the team and having been there. I'M GONNA say nine of those guys just were not in favor of hanging out. Wis Isaiah Thomas at time at that time and that's what that's summer was raised. It was a big hang out. It was like summer camp. They knew they want to spend the summer with and they knew they didn't want us to summer with and hang it on. Michael Jordan is just inaccurate. Michael didn't have to get Isaiah off the Dream Team. He was he was he wasn't on. It was Isaiah Thomas in their class player. Oh my God. Yes but that group of people nine out of twelve. They made it known to whomever that this wasn't somebody. They wanted in their summer camp and I know it causes I Isaiah. Hey now I know it does and those guys will say well. He brought it on themselves right. I mean it so the notion that was just Michael. Jordan's stopping is inaccurate historically inaccurate while in last night's episode they also covered the politics angle. And I gotta be honest but I promise I have ever heard Michael publicly acknowledged he did indeed say the line quote. Republicans wear sneakers to. It's been brought up so many times over. The years people criticizing. Mj For not being political saying he sold out so he could. Well sell more shoes. How do you see Jordan's lack of engagement on politics or social issues? Will you know? It's funny Rachel it. This has this discussion that so many cycles. We talk about Michael Selling out. I remember thinking at times okay. He's not doing enough and I remember thinking at times in my own life. He sold out to one hundred million dollars a year with just Nike Shoe Sales. Who Okay. So how many black billionaires we have in the United States of America as that becomes an important distinction an important achievement accomplishment a a light to shine. That children can see this. Yup this guy has done. Is THAT NOT WORTHY? I'm sorry I'm GonNa Tell Anybody who tells me that's not worth it to go to hell. That's just my personal opinion. Could he have done that and also been outspoken? I guess I guess he could have chosen not to last I checked. That's his right is an American citizen as well. This documentary also highlights the toll. It took 'em Jada windows three titles in a row all the stuff we've been talking about and of course as we know we ended up stepping away after the first repeat. What do you think would have happened if he had just played basketball? Straight for the nineties. Were the bowls of one eight where they only won six of eight richest in a different order away. Would they want ten? What do you think I have said to him? If you stay. Does burn out reduce you in the Bulls in those ninety seven ninety eight if he stayed in ninety four ninety five right eyebrow I get the bugs bunny eyebrow. Life are you on drugs. Are you stupid and it's interesting. I still believe there was a Bernau which is okay. But I don't think Michael's ever use that word and I think it's met with like to be like from a smack that but I really I really would have liked to have seen ninety nine. It's the seventh is the attempt at seven that didn't come about. It's angered everybody. Including while we were around when he tried to come back for the third time in DC. We saw how that worked out. Maybe a few years too late will want thank you so much for doing this. There's no one better to talk to about this rate stay.
"thomas camp" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"I'm gonna take as pick. The steelers plus the points at the patriots. I think it's low scoring. I like both defenses here. I think the steelers really upgraded defensively in the off season. Devin bush could be rookie of the year defensively. He looks at good. Here's here's the other thing <hes> new england. Nicole harry's not playing element miss camp damore is thomas camp. Josh gordon got in late. They've got a rookie wide receiver know chris hogan and gronk. I think new england will be fine but i think offensively they'll be choppy early and more run dominant. I don't think this'll be an explosive offense and i. I think pittsburgh's defense is good. I don't know if the steelers win but i know this. These are really athletic. Defense is that i think got better through free agency agency in the draft and i'm betting number. I'll take pittsburgh in the points agreement and i hate betting against ballot check. I mean year after year. There's one coach and we talked about. Zimmer has done so well in general but this is a different question which is which teams over performed their statistics because the math guys believe that the numbers the yardage and all the different analytics will tell you the score maybe not in a given game but over the course of a season he's in multiple seasons. Thus you gotta focus. If you're the team on those stats which will result in points and then wins ballot check in a patch or the only team the befuddle those statistics that they over perform their stats every year and no one really understands why because if we did we would incorporate cooperate those numbers into the stats ballot. Check understand things we don't. I think most smart people realize that right. This is a true genius football. It feels like he's exploiting away to tomlin. Maybe the most <hes> over the years. I gotta tell you though call and i was with you with the anti-roma steelers fan so you know it kind of makes sense. Oh you don't like the coaches much much as you sure because you're fan boy this antonio brown stuff tomlin's looking better and batteries right. How did he keep it under wraps exactly exactly so in a weird way makes me like pittsburgh a little bit more. You talked about the defense yeah bush great addition. I think it was a lot of young talent. It's just getting a year ear batter. They got they got hayden signed up which again how many years ago but this year he's still mighty good corner some feel good. What about all that. I think the thing you said..
How Unlikely Is a Hole-in-One?
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"thomas camp" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"Now, Debbie moment has been talking with designers and other creative types about what they do, how they got to be who they are and what they're thinking about on this podcast, it'd be millman talks with the director of Hamilton Thomas camp about his career and about the joys of collaboration. I learned not only how much bigger the world was than my little group of friends, but there were people that were going to make things that I would never be able to make. And I welcomed that here's Debbie millman. You could say that directing a musical is a form of design and the materials are music lyrics and human performers. Thomas kale has directed some of the most memorable musical theater experiences of our time, including in the heights and Hamilton, his collaborations with Lin Manuel, Miranda are now the stuff of legend as the shows he's created on his own. He joins me to talk about his extraordinary life and career Thomas kell, welcome to design matters. Please note. Stop talking. That was good as I get for me. Very, very happy to be here. Oh, thank you. Tommy, is it true that when you were growing up in northern Virginia, here we go. The first song you ever memorized was slick Rick's rap, Mona, Lisa. Absolutely. Okay. Prove it to me. Talking to be that kind of pod. Let's just say it's it's in a very special place in my brain that does not go away, which is what I was always fascinated by with lyrics, where do they go? Somehow they get lodged in. And I remember someone giving me that tape and then it was put into my brain and it's still there in that song can come on and it just emerges. I don't know where it's been for six months or two years, and that song was really important to me and those bus rides into Laos, crouch elementary school. We're very that your bus drivers musical taste had a lot of impact on you. What kind of music was he playing everything and you know you're so informed. I'm in the middle of two sisters, which basically defines everything about me. So you'll find that out. Absolutely. And so the people that you ride with until you are able to drive often dictate a lot of the music and a lot of the input that you're going to have, where the conversations going, what what we're gonna be talking about is defined just like it is, let me change the radio station. Like I was allowed to touch the radio on the bus. So whatever he was listening to is what we all were listening to. And that's a sort of that becomes like a stand in for an older sibling. So then when I started driving into school when I was still a passenger with my older sister, it was whatever she wanted. I mean, there was there was no say or my dad did. That's where I fell in love with the sixties, and that's where I fell in love with the Beatles and had an understanding of what that was. So I was, I was very much shaped by those early car rides. I think most good things in my life probably happened during a car ride. I read that the clarity and the precision of the storytelling in the economy of the words in language of slick Rick's Mona, Lisa really opened your mind up and I wanted to know how in what way the story. Owing, it's like poetry..
"thomas camp" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things
"These loose parts they picked up they get the best outta them maybe that takes care of the you know the problems at cornerback but really you look at the fact that they still have wagner in cagey right at at the linebacker spot and you kind of say how how much can you really fall off when you have those two guys on the field yeah it's the seahawks defense if it's been the most interesting defense to discuss because it gets to the heart of the shows like this is who's who's the best player on those defenses is it earl thomas camp chance when was a richard sherman was it michael bennett which a lot of people said around the league was it cliff several who was a great edge rushing lay maker the answer to that question really speaks to your football philosophy you're basically answering the question of how would i build a team if i'm starting from scratch which is always a fun discussion the more i watched that seahawks defense and it's been a very gradual realization the more i think those two linebackers are the defining pieces of that defense they're what really make it go there certainly involved in the run game and they're involved in the passing game they're the most involved players by the nature of the scheme and if you were just starting a defense completely brand new and you didn't know what was the old seahawks defense you didn't have memories of the super bowl appearances and you said bobby wagner and cagey right together in that scheme you find a lot of ways to like that defense around them regardless of who they're putting out there so yeah i bet seattle's defense will be better than we thought it will not be as good you know it's nice that pete carroll has competition i'd rather have so many superstars that we don't need competition but i understand what he's saying it coaching it's it's his job duties i get it but they're they won't be as good as they were before but they're going to be better than people expect because wegmann and right k jay right those two together are the key to that the biggest key too that the yeah well there you go that's that's the top ten linebackers right there let's let's wrap it up with the lightning round the fastest forty five minutes in sports number one let's set aside keithly wagner and lee who's the linebacker with the most legitimate shot to win defensive player of the year honors i will give you two television smith because a chance for turnovers whenever you're in a fast defense and let's say he catches five interceptions and takes to fumble recoveries back to the house in the does it in december when everyone's votes voters minds or fresh see something like that the other one we haven't talked about it all in this show but if the forty niners become a twelve and four team all the sudden which i don't i i don't think they're that at that spot yet i don't think they're very deep defensively but let's say they do which would not be the biggest shock in the world i could see reuben foster stock skyrocketing he jumps off the film there's no question the talent is there yeah i i would have said foster i do think he's going to serve suspension to start the year even though the domestic violence arrest ended up being dismissed i think that's just how the nfl works i was going to throw out and i don't really believe this but i'm gonna throw it out anyway i'm gonna throw labonte david because i think with vida basically occupying blockers and build that line i think david's just gonna go nuts and and just make a ton of please this year and sort of get back to the i don't wanna say he disappointed but it's almost like he reached a star level and we were waiting for him to ascend to superstar level and he never quite did and i think this is the year where he kind of he does that so levante dude is my is my dark horse favourite for defensive player of the year this year best free agent acquisition to hear whitehead to oakland avery williamson to the jets or anthony hitchens to the chiefs or other if you have someone else you like although whitehead to oakland oakland badly needed help at linebacker they got whitehead for nineteen million over about three years if i were something like this is higher end modest contract you know upper middle tier.
"thomas camp" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"In the gap to right center field long run for quitting can't get their falls and now the ball is going to get behind him smith junior heading for two he'll put on the brakes at second base and he'll go back to second with a double is a throw comes in albeit off line the third it's a leadoff double for dwight smith junior he took a wide turn around second base thinking three but put on the brakes about twenty feet after the bag scamper back in a second base tell you what game changing speed is something because that ball was hitting the gap in right center field any other center fielder with thinking to three bases minimum but roman quin covered a lot of ground even make that place remarkable or even somewhat close thought for sure it was extra bases and quinn actually got fairly close to it now andy birds reaches four one and fouls it off to the right side all the leadoff man in the top of the first started with a triple leadoff man in the bottom half starts with a double both teams laid off guys come out right where they left off last night three hits apiece here's the burns slices if down the line and write a foul ball talk about lively a year ago fourth round pick in two thousand thirteen by the reds was thirteen and seven with a three o four era across the two levels last year acquired at the end of the two thousand fourteen calendar year in exchange for marlon byrd a look to second burns's slice right back through the middle here comes quinn he'll make the catch hammered by burns but right at roman quinn who just ran onto it and it's out number one the defense fills roman cuisine center in right field tonight it's tony thomas camp perkins and left third base is gustavo shortstop casey sorta carlos lonzo at second brock's tassie at first and gabrielle lino he's doing the catching for the fills tonight writing leads one nothing over new hampshire at the bottom of the first sitting ryan ship the hitter at the plate first one is on the way down in a way for ball one.
"thomas camp" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"The it it it just uh i hope laker fans appreciate what happened today he was able to acquire a first round pick send out fifteen million and salary and aunt without giving up a starter oh yes enough to give up every team the called the lakers ask for either lonzo kouzmin or ingram they're all still here yup lonzo kouzmin ingram in a heart has played his way into the starting lineup and i don't think this is going to happen but if i say thomas returns to form finished fourth in the mvp voting lobbied i'd say the thomason actually can be fun to watch down the stretch although it's already being reported in this was rachel nichols reporting on the jump that i say a thomas's camp will push for a buyout if the lakers wanna bring isaiah thomas off the bat i think they will bring him off the bench i i know luke was noncommittal you have some calm you have some comments from luke there that marge put in by you have some comments by my point is if they bring him off the bench his campus saying they will push for a by a mob they get one or not it doesn't but but you know frankly i you know it's going to create some fun down the down the stretch this year it'll be fun to watch isaiah thomas who was the fourth leading scorer in the league last year i don't care plo put him on the floor with lonzo and isaiah thomas or put him on the floor with lonzo ball because it'll be fun and yes it will be a they'll be a sieve defensively but it'll be fun to watch isaiah thomas all right here is luke walton.
"thomas camp" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"News radio news 973 fm protesters have set up more than a dozen tents outside seattle city hall for an allnight demonstration organized by councilmember shamma saw want the protesters say human rights are violated when the homeless are forced to pack up and move but there's also been a counterprotest and seattle city leaders have sent a letter to the council saying they better not stop the sweeps thomas camps in the memo mayor tim burgess says the camps pose risks that they cannot ignore he points out over six million pounds of trash have been removed so far this year student athletes and parents sin w high schools football programme just filed a lawsuit against washington inner scholastic athletic association and the bellevue school district according to cairo seven though students claim they were exposed intimidation bullying and harassment from aggressive investigators and to racial targeting as follows an investigation last year that found recruiting violations and led to sanctions against bellview's football programme after former deputy accused sheriff john or heart of groping him or card is now suing brian barnes for defamation he's even taken a polygraph exam to prove his innocence autograph a completely cleared me one hundred percent and this investigation is going to go nowhere this is just a attempt on him to get me unelected tukwila police are going hightech and they're the first in the states starting today not only are all uniformed cops wearing body cameras but all petrova goals have cameras facing the front and rear of the vehicles all of this cameras are automatically activated time the cars flashing lights are turned on a check on.
"thomas camp" Discussed on KCRW
"The the record that justice gorsuch put down more broadly this term i think it's going to have an impact because for every democrat that was told you know look at what a nice guy he is look how palladio's look how civilly is what a decent guy uh the fact was he um you know he he showed himself to be in the clarence thomas camp of the court at the beginning and i think that there's gonna be a i think it's going to strengthen the hand of those who are going to look pass those type of issues and look very much to the substance of where the next supreme court justice will place himself on the core where would what will they be more a kennedy esque a type of conservative or will there be another clarence thomas type of conservative speaking of hot button issues i want to address the healthcare bill which seems to be stalled in the senate this week there was supposed to be a vote on it on tuesday but then majority leader mitch mcconnell announced that he would delay the vote because he had not lined up enough senators to pass it his competition conservatives want more cuts and more deregulation of health insurance markets and moderates want to keep more of obamacare and keep more funding for medicaid and other things in their states uh after the delay mcconnell's idea had been to spend this week negotiating come up with the deal by friday and then vote on it after the july fourth recess but if anything republican senator seemed to be getting farther away from an agreement some of started to say that maybe they shouldn't repeal obamacare taxes on rich people which would lead more money to spend subsidizing health insurance other senators and now the president a reviving the idea of just repealing obamacare now with no replacement and hoping to come up with some sort of replacement within the next year meghan what do you think the prognosis on this is this going anywhere it is really hard to say at the moment you know you have these moments in negotiations ray where it looks like it's completely hopeless and often you have a lotta moderates her saying can't do this i can do this but it you.
"thomas camp" Discussed on Left, Right & Center
"Gene we're were you concerned with this decision or with the the record that justice gorsuch put down more broadly the storm well i think it's going to have an impact because for every democrat that was told you know look at what a nice guy he is look how polite is look how civilly as what a decent guy uh the fact was he um you know he he showed himself to be in the clarence thomas camp of the court at the beginning and i think that there's gonna be a i think it's going to strengthen the hand of those who are going to look pass those type of issues and look very much to the substance of where the next supreme court justice will place himself on the core where with wet will they be more a kennedy esque a type of conservative or will it be another clarence thomas type of conservative speaking of hot button issues i want to address the healthcare bill which seems to be stalled in the senate this week there was supposed to be a vote on it on tuesday but then majority leader mitch mcconnell announced that he would delay the vote because he had not lined up enough senators to pass it he's caught between conservatives who want more cuts and more deregulation of health insurance markets and moderates who want to keep more of obamacare and keep more funding for medicaid and other things in their states a after the delay mcconnell's idea had been to spend this week negotiating come up with a deal by friday and then vote on it after the july fourth recess but if anything republican senator seem to be getting farther away from an agreement some of started to say that maybe they shouldn't repeal obamacare is taxes on rich people which would leave more money to spend subsidizing health insurance.
"thomas camp" Discussed on KMJNow Radio
"State lately if you've been to seattle this shop sir kind of everywhere and it is attracted a group of people to the state maybe a that you do or don't like you know the homeless population in seattle has done has grown i think that part of it has to do with this i also think that part of it has to do with the fact that seattle has these privately ride home with camps john thomas camp is alive and well in seattle it all to attract people phil and you know there's there's good and bad this the voted not right i voted know on that personally and and it was for the reason of what do businesses to the age are standpoint of it however you know i talked to my friends and washington state and they don't really feel as though this is ben has had a negative impact on their state they feel like it's brought in a lot of money which is true it's brought and a lot of money to state of washington and they like it for that you know where you know that the the people who smoke marijuana recreationally and are not abusers so to speak you know the whole thing about in a get way drug they haven't they haven't moved on to hair a one it they just do it like haven't if you beers right and you know they they just think you know it it should be like alcohol it you know it shouldn't be good and he should look out or you know should look at alcohol like this can lead to her when you should later marijuana but what bothers me about this is the you know we have all these programs in school about the don't don't do drugs and then here we legalized that yeah it's kind of mix message for young people i thank you but on the other hand i'm kind of a lover terry that's like you knows long as you don't bother me now mike's point is well they do body you you know they're out there you know you have your spin this but you know that big out smoke the dubee benches drive the school bus well i guess my answer would be a roster when she gets in the butts but you know should i get the bus it's or business yeah well you know like alcohol yeah.