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"thome ryan" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"When you're asked to leave the conference d three, the university of Saint Thomas says it was involuntarily removed from the Minnesota intercollegiate athletic conference on Wednesday because of its quote competitive advantages. Under football. Coach Glenn Caruso, Saint Thomas won six conference titles in football since twenty ten going to the national championship games, two twenty twelve thousand fifteen in terms of overall athletics program ranks tenth in the nation for its success, so out, they go. Officials at Saint Thomas say they were told the league would be disbanded, if Saint Thomas remained a member warriors are still members of the Western Conference this by their reason dominant stuff curry, a big part of that dominance earlier on ESPN radio on the wolf Cain show Basketball Hall of Famer Isaiah Thomas. What do you think about Steph? Where is he your your, your hierarchy of best point guards to play this game? He you know, he he's right up here and I, I love watching him play and under a shit feel that way about Steph, his teammate, someone that he's, you know one championships with he should have one hundred percent total belief in him. You know, my, my, my top to steal is, you know, still magic and Oscar. To me. Those are the two point guard who've ever done it. They were big fast from athletically. They can do everything they can rebound. They pass could score. You know they, they had, you know very few limitation because of their size gave him an advantage. Steph seems to be in a category by himself right now when it comes to point guards and I say that Isaiah because as the pressure mounts as the competition gets tougher a lot of guys who've earned respect like Damian Lillard and guys who maybe we've started wonder Kenny win at all with Russell Westbrook. Steph is just always right there at the top. Would you say he is the best point guard in the game? You know, you have to say that because his resume says that terms of winning championships way dominated this era at the point guard position the way he scored the basketball and, you know, I'm, I'm like this, you know, at the end of the day, it might team beat your team more than your team beats mine didn't I'm better than you. I mean I look at it. I don't look at it like, you know, well, you scored more points than me, and you have more system be so consequently, you're better than me. I look at it. It's a team sport as a point guard. My job is to take the game plan off four and make it come to life out on the floor. And if I do that better than you do in my team beach your team. Then I'm better than you. I'm better than you. And a lot of facets of the game you may be better. He may jump higher to me. You may run faster than me. But at the end of the day, if my team has more points than you than I've done my job better than you have consistently. And I'm better than you. Steph curry has done that better than any other point guard in this area, right now, Steph curry, and the warriors into the NBA finals for the fifth straight year. There awaiting either the bucks for the raptors Eastern Conference finals game five Thursday seven thirty eastern on ESPN radio. Sportscenter all night to baseball extra innings Toronto Red Sox. Blue jays. Go to extras tied at four. They both score in the twelve twelfth. So it was five five in the thirteenth pitches. Walk on driven. Dave left way, back by Chavis. And. Homerun for shave is in the Red Sox laid it six five. Absolutely crushed to the left of center field of this saves Michael shave is with his tenth Thome. Ryan is twenty fifth RBI giving the Red Sox six five late that he crushed that six five will be the final thirteen the call on W E E. I Red Sox. Get the win. Speaking of homers, the Yankees are still doing it in bunches and.
"thome ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Joining me now from somewhere in and around crossroads is the honorable Monsignor. Bryan, Thome Ryan Thome, welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show, Brian. How are you William? I am. Great. We got coming up. Yeah. Has been resurrected. Amen. Bill Cunningham operate. How do you feel like Mick Jagger? I'd say start me up on ever stop needs. Brown sugar may. I'm telling you, I came off the table at noon on April the fourth one on one under puts you on nurse like a halfway deal. I get wisdom teeth out. I go under so to speak at ten fifteen ten thirty. I'm alert in the in the operating room. I go under as like I go to half sleep by half an hour and half later I wake up and in intensive care for like two or three hours for my a already valve replacement. I was given a cow valve. And so, you know, things are bad when animal parts go into your body. I mean, that's a bad thing. Then three or four hours. I'm in my room twenty four hours leaving the table. I'm having chicken noodle soup at my kitchen table with penny. And I'm walking around the house twenty four hours, and I got a brand new cow valve instead of my instead of my bad acting or valve, which I didn't know his I can bad till January. I kinda had symptoms, but they Brian if you walk up steps, you're about ten twenty years older me if you. You walk up steps from shortness of breath. Do you think anything about it? I do I don't. And I thought I'm seventy one how would you like forty five or fifty thank you know, fifty three. So you're like twenty eight hundred nine seven, and so I'd walk up steps from shortness of breath. You know, what I said? Well, that's part of the deal every now, and then I got a little bit dizzy, and I thought well, that's allergies. Right. But what it was? My body was telling me, you have a Arctic foul malfunction, which is leading instead of about a quarter size of blood come out of my order. My opening was one eighth of one inch. And all my blood was coming through that one eighth of an inch. And so I wanted to see Cariocas I'd seen him once a year for a while. He said the time has come. I said what do you mean? This January thirty first it's one of those moments. And that's what it means that we have to replace your out. I said, well what if I don't have it replaced? He said well in about six months or so you'll be sleeping. You'll be on the air. You'll be playing golf your heart's gonna fill up with blood that fab one. Not open. It's shut and more blood will come in to your heart, which nowhere to go back up within a couple of three minutes. You'll be unconscious you'll pass out and about five and ten minutes, you'll be dead. And I say Dr. Doctor is really really love. I said what do you mean? Dead. He said you will experience death. Wait a minute. Twice come home. And he said, no is it. Let me show you the echo, which is a picture of the video of the heart. Man, nothing was opening up. Just barely and all my blood is. That's why you have shortness of breath, not enough blood getting your lungs. That's why you're having a little bit dizziness not enough blood getting your brain. And as a consequence your body is sending you a message to repair me. So then he gave me the options door number one door number two. I said Dr Cariocas what's behind door number one. He's so well, it's called open heart surgery. We crack your ribs. Open up your sternum about two inches. We stop your heart. Stop your lungs for about four to five hours. We cut open your cardio cut open, your heart. Cut open your Oric, the artery, we clean it out. Put in a new valve soda in there. And we go backwards. The other way takes about four hours said you'll be in intensive care for day. You'll be in the hospital about a week you'll be in recovery four to six weeks, and you'll feel the effects of open heart surgery for maybe six months to a year. Well. You have a cow. Abou-? Are actually accurate and saying that you're now part of the bovine family. They've they've always. Part of what people been calling you. I'm full of Boll. And so then I said what's behind door? Number two is a well. It's called taper you go up the growing with a about an eighteen inch catheter is about as thick as a cigar. And we'll go up your artery there, and we replace it. And we come out within about an hour. And you go home the next day. I said Doug, I'll take door number two. Me, and I was home and I'm doing great. It's been about ten days. And I feel good. I feel like James Brown feel good. And now, I get a text from Lincoln, beware. Who's a black radio talk show host in the dry state. San was at a blackout or a white cow. I said, I couldn't care less. The fact that I've 0 for James random might have been a black cow. Whatever it is good to go. But you know, you know, Brian. Everybody's got something. Right. You're right. And so you your wife had this health scare I've had this healthcare. We move on its life. I think our country we get to be so negative down. Things aren't going the way we wanted to go. And when when you have that happen to stroke as they went up, you're growing with the Pinscher and medicine when all the way up your Dane wrap the blood clot out of her brain order. Step up, their amazing. I say, you know, all the crops. We don't like happening in our world. Let's be real clear their place else. Your other time period. I would rather be born and live right now. Because if you live fifty years ago, you're dead if I live thirty years ago. My wife said we have unbelievable blessings living in modern day in America. We just need anymore. Thanks, Brian tone today is tax day. I know match time in my producer is petty used six-figure tax Bill and some people say, you know, give the season and things intercede to God. And things that our God. Is there an obligation from a religious context to pay rent to live in the greatest society in the world. The history of the world is there some moral obligation. If someone doesn't pay their taxes is that a sin. Well, if you don't pay your taxes in tax code doesn't require you to pay your taxes because you are making money that's not a sin, but we live in a country that says to enjoy the benefits of our country percentage of your income has to go out and find a way to pay that then yes, you're breaking. You're breaking the words of Jesus when he says render unto Caesar the things to singer sewing, if someone like Lori Laughlin or others angle shooters, they game the system that commit so called white collar crime and the eyes of the Lord that's ascend to of course, of course. It's honorable behavior, you know, deal. So if you're stealing from shareholders, if you're stealing from your employer going from the government then. But you don't have to live here in this country or nights. So do you preach that way in church because there's a law of abundance theory and lose that says God wants you to be successful. God wants you to have earthly riches God's want you to succeed the implication of that is if you don't pursue the almighty dollar something's wrong with you. Do you give do you think God looks out for the rich man as well as the poor man or does he twists things toward the poor guy? I'd love the rich guy is much the poor guy, and this is scandalous because some people think that got played favorites with the pork. I love the poor. It really does just grew up in a poor working class family. He was putting a crib, and he was wrapped in swat. Because I couldn't afford a full-size blanket for him. That's probably why. And if you look at who Jesus had in his intercourse. These people were business owners when he dies they put him in a tomb, and he's got a friend who has the relationship with with pilot. He goes up the chain only. Rich people have relationships with high public officials in the guy donates, his the lock for Jesus. So this guy knows Jesus who's around you. Equal. There's a lot of class or per happening in spirituality today where people are saying Jesus more than he is for the rich. He's not he's not. He's just more aware the more money. More likely it is distracted in love with money then with God himself. I read a story this morning out of the Los Angeles Times that there's fifty thousand homeless on the streets of Los Angeles. And San Francisco has about thirty thousand homeless they have they have poop maps in San Francisco, which tells tourism tourists where to avoid going because of the feces that are on sidewalks. Look at the degradation happening, mainly because it's warm weather cities Cincinnati had a bit of this several months ago, but because we get cold in the wintertime, many of the homeless get on buses, and they go where it's warm and where they're welcomed and where they have services. I think largely homelessness is caused by either substance abuse, alcoholism, mental disease or defect. In other words. No-one reasonably agent thirty-five. No woman who's thirty five years old says you know, what I'm living at ten on the street. You normally have done things in your life that made that possible in many of those things, you're so overwhelmed crossroads it's not a great job at reaching out to people not just locally, but all over the world who are in need. What is the requirement of a person in that condition to help themselves before anyone helps them? This is really tough because there's there's certain situations or someone cannot take care of them. Utterly cannot take care of themselves. And so we church. Along side of Mother Teresa I've been to Calcutta not long after Mother Theresa died, and I've seen her work. And and the people she worked with in Calcutta those folks who I saw them they could not take care of themselves in the Catholic church came in and believers came in and took care of them. We need to do that as believers that we need to do the reason why I don't know maybe one ever told me one, but I don't know any orphanage or homeless shelter. That's been started by an atheist. Good point, good point, just isn't one all of them. But we have in our in our city. We have Christ. Jewish hospital muscle. It's jewish. It's Christian worldview end Gus ends up helping people who can't help themselves. So we gotta have that element in our churches our fate and at the same time the bible also says if you don't work you shouldn't eat. Yeah. As part of my.