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"three thirty five minutes" Discussed on Warriors Off-Court
"Steve kerr faces quite the to under- went constant staff right because they've always been good about limiting his usage limiting his workload knowing that can at least in years past need him all the way so middle late june because of the nba finals. And you know this is a guy who the past four years has never had his usage rate within the top twenty throughout the league And he only plays about thirty three minutes a night which for timing. B b is really not that many minutes But given the fact that they don't have governor anymore obviously Given the fact that klay thompson the season you gotta think that they're going to have to up his workload of bit and Steve kerr's another day that you know. They're still pretty insistent on keeping him in that thirty three thirty five minute range but you could tell the way he said it like. He wasn't didn't leave him. So you know what i mean like. He's like. I know we need to do this. But it's gonna be hard when you're in a close game games on the line. You're going to need to give him that longer lease because that's honestly the only way you're going to have a chance. Probably just giving injuries and they haven't been. Yeah i've i've seen that over the years with with many great players that the coach would always say got limited minutes. We've got a hole in the back and then when it comes down to it the guy's got to play but you know when one factor that's going on staff and on team is how much he's gonna run. It seems to me like the plan is that it's going to be all out. We're going to run hard issues more so certainly than last year. And that's going to be an emphasis if that's the case. That could be harder. Miles on steph over sure And i also read. There's talk about them. Doing more bigger roles This season was.
"three thirty five minutes" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Now it yeah, owned address. Protests on Saturday so I worked with. Black lives matter as a pastor. Advocate Patrick to South Angeles craigmore Christchurch. In protest with organized by Bill Power Black Lives Matter Lake. Mead, another pastor Q.. We led the protests market to the street. And so if five thousand people plus into the street. We March all the way from Thursday over thereby rove all the way down to Lafayette. Crossed Every intersection as. Coming, down The street you saw people coming out of their businesses clapping. We stop people honking their horns, people saying black lives matter. We were clear with marching because of black death cut twist floors, life was killed, and he was lynched in front of our eyes off with marching for our future that to claim that we have dignity and respect, so yes, a black people, we have the right to be angry with the right to be mad and we have the right to peacefully protest industry, and so we prayed, we chanted your chance retention prosecute killer. COPS chanted, defend the police. We chanted George. Fourth Maye, Brianna Taylor thing. We prayed in the street. We said thought. It after we said the Asada, which is no. Lose chains. Protect one another. We started walking down the street. Mean of the pathway that the protests and what we saw unravel before is was pleased for charity saw. COPS coming down the street in armored trucks with riot gear in guns, ready to go, but times a standoff of being fed up. We saw a cop car on fire at Thirty Fairfax, but we just crossed three thirty five minutes four. There was no cop car there right so. Reside you've come to people. With riot, gear, batons and rubber bullets, you will, in fact all right, you will face energy. What do you expect? Dad You a way like police are dressed like that, because they almost no their own Karma. Like, almost like man, if they're as as as mad as I would be for treating these people, I would be I would pull up in tanks to. Thankfully. Are they know bet. system of policing has been wretched. Stems from FLAV. Catching Ray is that is been oppressing people. or century in decades right like. You saw what you saw. Industry was in response to George Floyd, but also in response. To back and being stopped five times more than our white counterpart is also in response to have been gang database is last two years and years of oppression in seeing the disparities in our country in our economy, in La and then you're given the police array right fifty four percent of the L.. A. Budget is going towards point one billion dollars. Right excuse me Renna Middleburg global pandemic, and we couldn't figure out how to get health workers who are risking their lives. Check to gear. They needed how to make sure to be tested and time right. Like, but they got when you flash banks and rubber bullets right in drums so. You. Know I think a lot of the work. That you do is so important in and the thing about a moment like this I'm sure as you see a lot of energy. For people to act and I think a lot of people. Are Have the same kind of will. To begin to do something, and I think a lot of people's. The takes I see on social media like watching other like. What's what's the next part? What are we going to do next and things like that and I think not that there has to be like this is the one thing, but you know. Can you speak a bit to helping people like like what's the vision of the future for people to begin to buy into, so they know the kinds of things that their support is going to be needed. A question next step is through your anger who you're paying in organize mobilize right We're in middle of an election year, so you saw yesterday. The action at the Mayor House right shutting it down the morale for the People's Budget La Invest, simply we. Survey, written thousand Angelino accent your priority for budget, if it to give the police arrays, or do you want or health care better schools you want to invest and our neighborhoods make sure the black community have an economy of care, black and Brown community. So that's next budget La that bunch of fight we saw yesterday. The budget went into effect, but then you saw right away. The city council president a stay like the pledges not done yet. Is that right and did his work in like not an there are today at three PM. We'll be going late office for two years like last night. I had organizers. Is. Protests says prosecute to the COP, the six hundred in one. Death in later officer involved lapd right, you know ed so only two of them have even had charges and none of them have really been prosecuted There's an election in November. We can get rid of Jackie. Leith wasn't for all. In the office, who actually would take like trauma? A black death fiercely prostate people who are killing our people. Right Beth another thing, right? How do we gain mixture voting in elections? When a prosecutor cops you want to make sure. That can do that. Are Way to comply game and channel anger as well as shopping street. Miles, do you think what do you think are good places for because I've seen that pointed out as a as a solution to a or anyone as a solution is like to vote on your local elections like. Do you guys have any resources that people can use to kind of research that local stuff I just like? Are we just like going with the local paper to saying. How do you me see information rather than misinformation because like you said at the top like their. Everything the local news, the local media everything is so shot through with misinformation, and you know capitalism white supremacy that it's it feels hard like right now. The best way to get access to the information that Pastor Eddie was talking about is on social media which like typically people are like. Don't trust social media like social media, but like that's the only place that you're finding out the fucking truth right now like so in terms of like with the solution. How do we.
"three thirty five minutes" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"And were back and miles like I mentioned earlier. You've been talking about not just focusing on pointing out of the problem, but also ways forward and a solution. You were able to book a guest. Pastor Edward. Anderson Eddie Anderson Pastor Eddie who is going to help us talk about that Yes, ready, thank you so much for joining us. Yeah, thank you Jack Out. Yeah, anytime you know Patty like you know. I got you through other activists and organizers. I know so I'm very thankful to them for putting us in contact because I think you know we have a responsibility as a show like we do preach empathy. Equality and justice on this show and I think now is now is the time where we have to begin giving people the tools they need to actually begin making those kinds of changes. So you know I wanted to bring you on because there was a lot of misconceptions about what happened in La over the weekend. in terms of peaceful protests and things like that, and and you've helped. Organize those things so. We just, WanNa give you the time to speak to everybody and and give us a bit of wisdom right now and learn about what we can do to kind of help. Push this thing forward and not let the flame out. Now it yeah, owned address. Protests on Saturday so I worked with. Black lives matter as a pastor. Advocate Patrick to South Angeles craigmore Christchurch. In protest with organized by Bill Power Black Lives Matter Lake. Mead, another pastor Q.. We led the protests market to the street. And so if five thousand people plus into the street. We March all the way from Thursday over thereby rove all the way down to Lafayette. Crossed Every intersection as. Coming, down The street you saw people coming out of their businesses clapping. We stop people honking their horns, people saying black lives matter. We were clear with marching because of black death cut twist floors, life was killed, and he was lynched in front of our eyes off with marching for our future that to claim that we have dignity and respect, so yes, a black people, we have the right to be angry with the right to be mad and we have the right to peacefully protest industry, and so we prayed, we chanted your chance retention prosecute killer. COPS chanted, defend the police. We chanted George. Fourth Maye, Brianna Taylor thing. We prayed in the street. We said thought. It after we said the Asada, which is no. Lose chains. Protect one another. We started walking down the street. Mean of the pathway that the protests and what we saw unravel before is was pleased for charity saw. COPS coming down the street in armored trucks with riot gear in guns, ready to go, but times a standoff of being fed up. We saw a cop car on fire at Thirty Fairfax, but we just crossed three thirty five minutes four. There was no cop car there right so. Reside you've come to people. With riot, gear, batons and rubber bullets, you will, in fact all right, you will face energy. What do you expect? Dad You a way like police are dressed like that, because they almost no their own Karma. Like, almost like man, if they're as as as mad as I would be for treating these people, I would be I would pull up in tanks to. Thankfully. Are they know bet. system of policing has been wretched. Stems from FLAV. Catching Ray is that is been oppressing people. or century in decades right like. You saw what you saw. Industry was in response to George Floyd, but also in response. To back and being stopped five times more than our white counterpart is also in response to have been gang database is last two years and years of oppression in seeing the disparities in our country in our economy, in La and then you're given the police array right fifty four percent of the L.. A. Budget is going towards point one billion dollars. Right excuse me Renna Middleburg global pandemic, and we couldn't figure out how to get health workers who are risking their lives. Check to gear. They needed how to make sure to be tested and time right. Like, but they got when you flash banks and rubber bullets right in drums so. You. Know I think a lot of the work. That you do is so important in and the thing about a moment like this I'm sure as you see a lot of energy. For people to act and I think a lot of people. Are Have the same kind of will. To begin to do something, and I think a lot of people's. The takes I see on social media like watching other like. What's what's the next part? What are we going to do next and things like that and I think not that there has to be like this is the one thing, but you know. Can you speak a bit to helping people like like what's the vision of the future for people to begin to buy into, so they know the kinds of things that their support is going to be needed. A question next step is through your anger who you're paying in organize mobilize right We're in middle of an election year, so you saw yesterday. The action at the Mayor House right shutting it down the morale for the People's Budget La Invest, simply we. Survey, written thousand Angelino accent your priority for budget, if it to give the police arrays, or do you want or health care better schools you want to invest.
"three thirty five minutes" Discussed on First Things First
"Vet Ryan Hollins. We're talking steph curry after missing fifty eight games the baby faced assassin returned to the warriors line-up nicknamed for nickname when he sees diapers at least drop twenty three point. Seven boards seven assists in twenty seven minutes of play. Nick would you make of steps return? 's awesome man. I obviously he I think he took a few too many really deep three. He's serious no I mean. I think he was over five on threes from more than thirty points. I think first game back he was Kinda you know so and his wild oats but it was great to see if we were if they really cared about winning they have played longer and he may be would have been a little more diligent with a shock selection but the NBA missed it man. He is one of one as far as the feeling you get when you watch him. And even though trae is trying to be a version of Sept- trace games actually very different than Steph and trays not steph curry. He can try to mimic as much again. But steph is. We've never had a guy like him and people wonder what's going on the NBA's ratings well. Kevin Durant hasn't played this year. Step really hadn't played this year. They're you know Lebron's game started ten thirty on the East Coast. That doesn't help. There's been a lot of things were a lot of. It's just this guy. This week. We had a great team that people either loved. Or THEY LOVE TO HATE. And they basically contracted they basically were relegated. Like you have in European soccer so I was thrilled to see him back. I wish he would come back earlier. I was talking to a friend who covers the warriors in the bay area yesterday. The feeling out there is that he probably could have been back earlier. But they're not so focused on winning and they. What does that mean not? So that's what I'm confused by are they. Do they want to win games or not? No they don't WanNa Win Games. You WanNA get high pick. You know. It's almost works against you. If you end up being what the tenth eleven senior rather be the last pick and have him better odds how far we GONNA take this. Then that's what I wonder. Should the Grizzlies Throw Games do? Is Anybody think the grizzlies going to beat the Lakers? Anybody got any shot. What about the kings were fighting for that eight spot to grizzlies should they? If it's all if it's championship or nothing then how many teams should take. How many teams should say you know what? Let's try to lose how far we WANNA take it. I'm just curious. I know that's why I I think there's a different thing. So we say we're GONNA in terms of the grizzlies. They've gotTa build a winning culture. Okay golden stained. I like this. They have a winning culture within their core of a winning culture. You can lose but if you have a losing culture you need to win. You Look at injuries injuries. You Look at free agency. Losing out on guys like Kevin Durant would have changed the situation in Golden State Steph curry and draymond green in Klay Thompson. Those guys know what it takes to win a championship. Now they're going to have to inculcate those championship elements into these young guys. But in the process if steph curry doesn't play back to backs you ease him back into the line because of a hand injury listen. Listen a hand injury. If there's a there may be a scenario where he still has to get him in basketball shape and ask them about rhythm it is or is it playing basketball games but you have to ease into it. Listen he's stepping in at a point in the NBA SEASON. Where you're almost what three fourths of the way through the season so essentially everybody's plan at ten Tan right now nine of ten ten weeks and ranked. It's going to take a second for him to adjust the tiers of playing playing. It's like all right. No one ever plays for just five minutes. Like they're like Kerr was like we're GonNa play him twenty five minutes. Are there different tiers? We're like wow. He played the whole game error. You sat out the the whole game. Is there medium tears? I WANNA play a little bit. I WANNA play a lot. How does that work man it? It's honestly it's GONNA take about. Maybe two and a half weeks before he really really gets back in game shape for one all he's been doing as what drills going side to side and shooting stretching stretching planning practice that versus playing against the The Raptors last night completely. Different Basketball Games completely different. They're fourteen and forty nine. Does anyone think if they were forty nine and fourteen? He's on the same minutes restriction. Does anyone or that. He would have been out this exactly right. That he wouldn't have been back earlier he would have been back earlier. But your original game if not I five original games there's GonNa be a level level of restriction but that could have happened weeks ago and the dog building a winning culture. This is their T. Moving FORWARD MINUS CLICK KLAY has been an indestructible player but coming office. First major injury. You have to open up the possibility that clay is not gonna be a hundred percent mixture. Claes GonNA suffer setback next season? Don't you you? Don't you WANNA teach Andrew Wiggins to win? Is that not important? People of we've lost the plot on sports. I swear to God why does the NBA exist because people enjoy watching it? Why does Steph make forty million and the world's greatest Frisbee Golf Guy makes nothing not because okay makes you a win or not because there is some moral imperative that basketball players are better than Frisbee golfers? It's because the market has decided we like watching these guys who knew and now we're saying for the fans of the NBA for the season ticket holders. All that matters is making sure we have a fourteen percent. Chance can a James Weisman instead of a twelve and a half percent chance get out? Also the PELICANS had a six percent chance of getting the top pick last year six percent. So this whole idea of tanking is so up in the air. There's no assurance to you. You have no idea what's going to happen. No no there isn't but you also give these young guys more opportunity when Steph on the floor. So let me ask this. Are you speaking to him if his minutes are moderated? In general this entire time back. Are you talking specific to last night? You have a big problem with him. I playing with his ministry have a huge problem with your first game back through months off of not playing full third. Thirty five minutes. I know it's forty eight minute. Game replays full forty eight. I think he would have liked to come back earlier. I think he would have liked to play longer and I think he could have. You watched that game. That look like Steph. Oh my God. He's gassed can't do it. But what they are clearly doing is trying to say. Let's take this year as a Mulligan to in order to try to revamp as much as possible for next season and I'm just curious how far we are comfortable with taking that. How far are we? Okay with the moment. Kyri got hurt should the nets who are right. Now the seven seat have said you know what a whole G. League team up. We don't want to win because we WANNA. We Wanna go from in the playoffs to a three percent chance of the number one big. Hell the Pelicans six percent chance they got it it. It is dangerous for the sport to have this. If for any sport one of the great things about the NFL's you can't tank o the dolphins and their worst team member. They win five games because the game is too dangerous to not give it your best ever put your best players out there. I was say on an individual basis. This makes sense for a golden state because of staff because of clay because of dream on this would not make sense for another team who has to bid build culture who does not know what it looks like. That's where I don't have a big problem with it. The issue in the middle golden state just played crazy like Steph. Just like Steph took like a G. League approach just bomb threes. So like we might lose. But it's going to be super entertaining at least then you're doing something right by your fans but this idea that it makes sense for them. I'll use a quick analogy right now. The the back alley between That I live on. They WANNA repave it. And you basically it's will the homeowners pay for it and there's a little sign we're this far away and the the odds are. I could not pay for it and it's still going to get done so it's like well it'd be best for me. I get the best of both worlds but if everyone takes that approach then it doesn't get done right if everyone's like well. Why would I pay when it's going to get done anyway? Okay it's it's smart for Golden State. Do it maybe. It's smart at this point. Four who the cavaliers to do it all of a sudden if everyone says? I'm not worried about the health of the League. I'm only worried about me then. You don't have a healthy leak and at some point. There is a responsibility of a team. More so than the cabs been terrible forever. It's up ruin lebrons there. The hawks who've been trying to figure things out forever a team that matters a team. That's on national. Tv team that has arguably the most popular player in the League to say it's not about one and a half percent better chance to get James. Wiseman it's about respecting the game. And I fans have been tricked on this. Oh what matters is lottery odds. No it doesn't. That's not what matters. Thank you for listening to the first things first. Podcast remember. Leave us a review. And tell us what you think. 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"three thirty five minutes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To on the season let's get the day off it's called the victory Monday isn't this never happened before ever Tom Brady in the game did not throw a touchdown pass someone else did throw a touchdown pass that was Julian element we got to play and then we made a play and was good excuse with the practice and I play for a little while so it was good how cool and it's cool they trust me to go throw the ball so it's fun to to throw the pills sometimes much more from Julian element and the patriots us all on Twitter at Tom Cuddy sports Bruins ought to Jersey Devils there tomorrow Patrice Bergeron game time decision Monday Night Football in Mexico City gathers the chiefs and the Los Angeles Chargers Tom Cody WBZ Boston's news right three forty three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers are doing with all wheel drive traffic on the three still travels to the north for us long leftover delays on ninety three north battle star without northbound from the second bridge up to Medford square all stop and go same idea from spot pond up to one twenty eight and then more delays route sixty two up to four ninety five from an earlier problem there for ninety five north has he's on again off again the laser three up to ninety three thirty five minutes between those two points route three north bound to stop and go from one twenty eight a pass Concord road the expressway south no good just crawling out of the tunnel down to South Bay you've got speed from there down towards granted after north bound delays granted have a past deposit and of course coming up towards the tunnel one twenty eight south bound all brake lights from highland have down on to ninety three to route twenty four ninety three southbound locked up in the expressway to twenty four ninety five south delays mechanic street down to four ninety.
"three thirty five minutes" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Venting his tweets attacking the key witness of the impeachment hearing while she was being questioned today the Dow closing up two hundred twenty two points nasdaq up sixty one the S. and P. up twenty three forecast the ranchers who were weather center tonight clear lows around thirty for the ram you super weather center it's forty five in Central Park forty one in Melbourne the seventy seven W. B. C. news dascom Bob brown necks updated seven twenty four seven coverage WABC radio dot com WABC traffic in transit got a big jam up on the Taconic parkway there's an accident northbound right around the Croton reservoir we're also looking at much better right actually up and if the Holland tunnel that a fifteen minute fifteen to twenty minute back about them link in about five to ten west side highway now about an eighteen minute ride for fifty seventh street up to the G. W. three thirty five minutes on the westbound cross Bronx on the roster after the George staples give your business more for less is where you find the best sprinters at great prices right now get up to two hundred dollars off the HP LaserJet pro four hundred series staples for your business tech and beyond in store only see store for details on jade relays talk radio seventy seven W. ABC who wants to be tied down when you have the chance to flex with van Heusen CPLEX collection experience the difference of expandable comfort flex to impress at work or out to dinner whether it's three sixteen natural stretch fabric of flexing waistband or collar that stretches half an inch one thing is for certain within uses flex collection uncomfortable clothing is history with year round appeal the style staples are the ones you want to stock up on available in regular big and tall sizes it van Heusen dot com Merion Rivera and power express mortgage bankers have in common both excel under pressure our express mortgage has simplify the process of getting the mortgage that's right for you open seven days a week free consultations no obligations call eight hundred eight two six twenty two sixty five mention the river the rabbi and get seven hundred fifty dollars towards your closing costs plus receive a Marianna Rivera autographed baseball a close call eight hundred eight two six twenty two sixty five hour express mortgage dot com our services MLS with three to four privately owned and operated maple wood senior living is not your typical senior living provider inspired by the local communities that they serve each of their independent living assisted living and memory care communities are purposely designed.
"three thirty five minutes" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Right three thirty five minutes after three o'clock all give the joins us now retake our democracy they have a very detailed long report card from the sixty days session Paul good afternoon how are you I'm all right all right no complaints what's going on well you know we we can finish the report card after two months of work and we're getting quite a response we've even got legislators writing us thank so we're to people I was expecting that hi where do people find it people finder that retake our democracy dot org and it's right on the banner there on the home page at the top of the page just sits as report card click on it and you're there and basically you know we set out to we we had a an advocacy operation statewide throughout the round house we had a couple thousand people maybe more getting our action alerts every single day when ever one of our forty six bills was going to be heard in the committee or on the floor and but we were also we had you know train volunteers and all the hearings taking notes detailed notes and so once the the the session was over we went to work and we had intended to produce a report card that was going to be pretty straight forward like you see from space conservation voters about Mexico and common cause where you know here's the list of elected officials and this is how they voted but as we looked into it we discovered that it really wasn't the votes that were killing our bills it was ways in which committees and Democratic Party leadership function and so we decided to take a different approach and we really examined you know how the various strategies that leadership can use to either you know accelerate a bill through and get it to the governor's desk or make sure it dies a quiet down with no fingerprints and that was the part that was most disturbing to us it is the ways in which bills can die with no fingerprints can give an example of the builders suffer that kind of fate yeah the H. B. two ten munity solar and that that had passed the house and it went to the Senate conservation committee next and with their it was passed but as a substitute bill and that was on March twelfth so on the record they passed it but by virtue of passing it as a substitute bill instead of just amending it it had to go back through the house the same committees it'd pass through and this was on March twelfth it was that was not going to happen is if it had been passed as an amended bill it would go on to the judiciary next and could have easily passed there and gone and done it the next step would have been the Senate floor and yet by doing it this way there's nobody to really point to send a conservation pastor judiciary didn't hear it and and actually the the didn't hear it is one of the more surprising aspects that we found that we had thirty bills that of our forty six bills that died in a committee without a vote accident I mean just just a bad bad piece of luck though what Debbie wasn't intentional no no no I think we we were able to pretty well show that it was intentional and and we also does into doing name started all we name names good we name names big time and we also you know we will route for example we really looked at the the the abortion decriminalization bill right and we you know there were eight democratic senators voted against it there also eight six house Democrats who voted against it and one of the things we discovered was that ten of those fourteen people are democratic they're all Democrats put their account of their committee chairs or vice chairs so we're talking about the leadership of the Democratic Party in the legislature being the ones who denied a woman the right to turn a charter owned half handheld on health issues man result a little our cake bill from the nineteen seventies exactly exactly and and so we went well like why are these people our committee chairs and so that's where we really dug in and found that there are that you know there's a process in the house and the Senate and the house were speaker of the house appoint committee chairs there but he had sent out criteria but speaker you golf with his caucus within his caucus that the the the level of donations you generate for the cord the house committee which is the committee that house campaign committee which is where you know dollars flow in and then flow out to different campaigns during primaries elections is a criteria in determining who gets a chair or vice chair and that will skew you towards people who raise money from corporations in the Senate it's a different process but it's even less transparent there the pro tem picks the committee chairs and so for her can that's not even done yeah and that's not even done by a vote I mean technically it is but basically behind the scenes she assembles all the Republicans who will vote for her and she needs to get for Democrats and she gets her for Democrats and she goes to work and she goes we've got the votes and he verifies that they've got the votes and then they do it by acclamation and so there's no fingerprints on who actually supported merry Kate Peyton and then she becomes close where this really gets gnarly is in twenty twenty it's a shortened session and the bills that are to be heard at least in the Senate side have to be determined to be germane and the way that's done is by what is called the committee's committee and the committees committee is completely appointed by Mary Kate paper and six of the eight Democrats who voted against H. B. fifty one the decriminalization bill are members of that committee as is senator worse and senator Stewart and three Republicans so there are effectively nine people ready to vote like Republicans and worse and Stuart and so that will be a gate keeper for any bills coming in okay in twenty twenty so how how did all of this all all this mac nations all of the history all of the system that we have here in New Mexico were you like you know you had people taking notes rating guide you through the entire thing to get a session maybe even before that and after that how do they have these hundred is also sort out where you can actually grade the legislators we didn't we didn't actually give a bees and sees we identified we have a thing called what we call the spotlight you know we took the same approach as the education department in cal in New Mexico and that is that you can't really do this by an A. B. C. or D. I guess we could have we decided not to because it's harder to simplicity then it's it's that's very subjective what we did was we had a there's a two page section in the report card that we call the spotlight and basically it identifies the votes of fourteen thirteen Democrats on specific bills and it's just like well if this these are the people who have been voted in as Democrats and this is how they voted and we also have like those in Milan committee chairs why do those were but those were bills that had been part of the retake our democracies must passerine priority bills and one of the things that we should point out in the report card is that all of these bills had their roots in the Democratic Party platform the state platform which was approved by ninety one percent of democratic delegates at the democratic convention state convention so it's not like these are just far out ideas that don't have endorsement in the Democratic Party they do and we also point out all kinds of New Mexico and national polling data that shows that these kinds of bills are supported by Democrats I I think we're gonna have to do this again Paul and and don't get any kind of detail and understanding overall big picture kind of understanding the conclusions you came to our their conclusions in the in the score card on the reef in the report we take our democracy on your website you you say well we can clue that these Democrats need to go you know that the these are the wrong directions that maybe you know anything like that or you just kind of it these are the facts all even leave it up to people to make draw their own conclusions a little bit of both we basically do in the last section we say these are things we need to do we need to change how the Senate pro tem is selected we need to democratize that process we need to go after we need to pass the criminalization of abortion and the only way we are likely to be able to do that is to change the political calculus in the center and we named the senators who are are part of that well one may not be back because he's in jail or was in jail for D. W. O. yeah yeah he's he's got a problem he he and and we are aware that all of the eight Democrats seven of them now have announced or about to be announced challengers in reply merry and there are very many most of them are really good candidate so you do wrong inclusions or around candidates and around sitting legislators and around issues we do and I just you know it I know you're going to be needing to get off but I want to emphasize that we also talk a great deal about how much got done and because a lot got done I mean it was the you know in my whole life time in New Mexico we never got anything like this done and so everything from the moon shot to all the good bills that got passed for for gun control and for LGBT Q. rights and you know the working families tax credit two hundred more million dollars in recurring revenue by me because I already cat killing contests were finally banned I mean there's just one thing after another that will repair the ethics commission the popular vote I mean these are good things so we don't want to try and cast the report card as just being like total naysayers and totally good morning how much got done because a lot of things got done and we also don't want to over simplify how difficult because one of the big things we really emphasized is that we got almost nothing done in relation to the environment and climate change and that is because the New Mexico oil and gas association basically almost that veto power and even the governor had stated that nothing that she supported was not supported by the the Max hello oil and gas has across his day when she said that yeah and so you know but we also recognize that two point two billion dollars of revenue from gas and oil is what what funded most of those good things that I do not I'm about all right so what it's it's a complicated issue and and we we try and acknowledge that we try not to come out saying you know it's got to be our way or the highway it's all black and white that's not what this report card does it really tries to frame it in honest way but also in a way that discloses a lot of the machinations of what goes on in the round house that which is critical just don't appreciate that thank way more important than aid through an F. grade which like you said it is completely subjective all right re take our democracy dot O. R. G. forward for the scorecard report card and all of that we need to do this again and then talk about the future and future direction they retake art will be taking okay yep we'll do it all right in and take a picture turn work ten work went into this report card so well there's a lot of work in there and a lot to be gleaned from it and.
"three thirty five minutes" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Tonight which. Sports. get back into it or n._b._a. discussion continues here on k._b. are tonight very excited to welcome in our next guest he's an author sports writer for the athletic covers the n._b._a. danny larue on camby our daily thank you so much for joining me how are you sir i'm doing well thank you very interesting times right now there are new that the summer in the n._b._a. regardless of what was going to happen was going to be crazy but i think that with k. d. going down to the finals it is added so much more drama to the summer months and now today we find out that durant is not a he did decline the thirty one and a half million dollar player option i wanted to get your thoughts on that first before we get a little bit more decay d it was pretty much always the most likely scenario just because durant had enough interest in the market that especially because remember took less money last year so it's not even an option at his full maximum for next season so this was the most likely i actually think that if he had picked up the option that might have been to facilitate a trade like with chris paul couple years ago but it seemed like free agency was where he wanted to go so this isn't a big surprise and honestly for worse fans it shouldn't really be a particular concern too because remember they're still the only team that can offer him five years if that's what he wants the five years two hundred twenty one million dollars compared to for us one sixty four th everybody else but i mean how much how much does money mean to kevin durant i know it's a hard question to answer because we're not kevin durant but it just seems that what's going on with his mind and just as far as i can tell he wants so much more than just the dollar it's it's it's all about legacy it's about him it's his brand i always caution people against getting into players heads because the beauty in many ways of free agency it's really all about what that person wants it maybe their family or whatever else but really about what they want and agree with you that i'm guessing money isn't isn't the primary thing drain has done very well in his career and and he deserves that means there's every every that he's got and i i'm with you though that the idea of legacy could be important to him also i think being on a competitive team once he's ready to return is important it would be very abrupt for him to go from not only the years on the warriors but remember the thunder were a very competitive team the whole like the later stages of it when he was there i mean they were they made it to the finals and they were sidetrack most of the time when they didn't make it as far by health and that's a very different thing so i would be surprised if he went somewhere that was non-competitive and maybe it will be interest i mean the big question is how does this potential you know yearly from the game where he's making the decision before the your happens like how does that affect it may be more patient and says okay i'm going to choose this team and i'm gonna hope and expect that they're going to have their act together by the time i'm ready to come back or does he say they need to have the ducks in a row right now because that's the only way i can be sure that it's going to happen i mean there's so many unanswered questions and like you said it is so difficult and to try to get into the mind of a professional athletes especially one as as elite as kev ramp but with these unanswered questions just seems at the moment the warriors are in limbo They are. And they're even more than I expected because of click. manically really what the what the warriors if that if the second injury had klay hadn't gone down then i think the story would be a little bit more straightforward you know this isn't it wouldn't be a reduction of fifteen sixteen when the warriors went seventy three and nine and all that but we know that a warriors team built around steph curry klay thompson draymond green can be really good but without clay it not only changes things for the the thought process and how much they're willing to spend everything like that but it affects how they think about the future you know do you do you throw more at maybe younger players that take this as a rougher euro maybe they embrace the the remaining strength of the team go a little bit more offense for this year and say hey maybe we're not gonna win a championship but we can still put a playoff team around out there and be really really fun i just wonder if it makes sense to reload now you're you're talking about a team five years in a row in the finals that amount of games that amount of basketballs putting mike miles on these fellas legs for sure i just wonder if the warriors set back for a minute ago this is a good opportunity for us to reload and wild things have been set out here in the bay area danny about where the warriors could go we know the aggressiveness of the front office you ought to send it to cup oh what happens with him down the road in a couple of years so is this a good opportunity for the for the warriors to reload maybe but the challenge there is what does that mean really what the war and this has been true with rent and everything else is just when a team has limited financial flexibility they are somewhat beholden to get too says yes to them and so free it from freidan c. perspective you aim high and if those players say no then you think about things a little bit differently but i think that the warriors can be a little bit more flexible here i it's very tempting to say oh you start the season and you say this is a rebuilding year we're not gonna do it i think that the more likely thing is that they play out the first few months you know you get the free agents that say yes to you the best of the best you can do with your money and their money is limited even if durant leaves just because the weakest structured the salary cap that way and then if it if it doesn't work in january february and remember at that point they'll have a much better idea quake thompsons typing and then if it's if it's not working then you make make make a bigger move and there could be some sort of cost that way you know if there were gonna make a bigger a bigger adjustment which i don't think this is going to happen booklet say theoretically that they wanted to move it would our draymond green because it's a lost year those guys are expiring contract in that hypothetical they would get less for those guys in january or february than they would right now but they would do so without the knowledge of how this year was going to go so i think it's going to be a little bit more cautious a little bit more patient because i think they owe it to these guys just to see oh it but it's a good idea to see what they can do and you don't have the roster isn't set july first the roster isn't even set in february we saw andrew bogut sign much later so i would go in that kind of mentality and see who wants their money and i think they're going to be players that are excited about playing in for the warriors they're going to have time to offer you talk about so let's say a scenario where they both get katie comes back for the five years they get klay thompson both of them are not gonna play next year what what's interesting to me is i want to know how bob myers is going to operate when it comes to the bench it's just going to be armed with a bunch of veteran minimum contracts because you look at guys like livingston probably gone to markets in the news that the knicks want to go after cousins i think that's very interesting that happened about a couple of hours ago but as far as just the benjamin did they even have the money for this with me on the luxury tax they wouldn't even have that much capacity i think it's the first of all you're right i mean if those guys come back then every dollar they spend is really really expensive i mean you i haven't worked out the numbers for you type but if you want to assume five dollars for every one dollar when they get up to those upper echelons that's i think that's a reasonable way of thinking about it so that means if you're paying a five billion dollar guy that's twenty five million in real dollars to wake up and peter guber that's a lot of money even if they're printing it because the chase center and so i think that what they would do is they would go you know the cost effective route but remember these guys are going to be getting more playing time than we expect and that's really going to be the primary focus but but what's so interesting about the where your situation is the idea that being out for most of the season if they're still in playoff contention let's say clay makes it back well then even if they're the seven seed they're still scaring everybody in the league and so i think that that idea the oh they have to they have to win sixty games or fifty five games no big into the dance and clay is healthy at that point then it's a much more interesting conversation and so i think that's really going to be where this goes so and at that point also remember if some of the strike out on some of the players one one or both of those guys come back then the gets matters a little bit less we're talking with daniel the rue he is a sports writer author of one hundred things warriors fans should know and do before they diagnosed get that amazon also writes for the athletics kind of join me here on cambio tonight we're to continue our discussion about the warriors and kevin durant what were your thoughts on andre would dollars comments on the breakfast club radio show any i actually missed most but you want what what what in particular do you want me to just talking about really the leg issue how it was downplay that he did in fact have a fractured leg in the postseason they downplayed it there's pressure there my question is i wonder how the perception is now with this war your staff being the i think that they had a clean resume all the way up until what happened in this freak accident with kevin durant with andrea good dollars comments klay thompson we're talking about if the warriors get clay and kevin iran for next year what's the workload going to be like for the other guy steph curry played thirty three thirty five minutes every single night with the miles that he already has on so i i really i really wonder how it would have comments is going to impact this team going forward it is interesting and i think that there is an important distinction to be made between injury reporting and injury treatment you know like so i think that this has been a problem for the warriors they've been really kind of coy over the years with the severity of injuries and and i think in certain circumstances that had real consequences you know with the durant it certainly seems like from some of the things that are out there that they thought it was a more severe injury and just kind of said it was a vile thing early on it so what that does is it puts a little bit on the players to come back and doesn't mean they didn't force them on the floor they're making these decisions but players are competitors and i'm sure that there's just if there's a little bit more noise around them they think oh man look i'm getting i'm getting killed in media i'm doing all the stuff that i'm sure weighs on them a little bit and they want to get on the floor no matter what their competitors and they're adults they're making the right decision so i think that's something but i can imagine how frustrating that would be and it can be complicated when you're talking about like a bone bruise and and a fracture and all those things and i so i get where it would always coming from but i do wanna push back on another thing which is i i have no i haven't gone through and i would love to if i ever have the time but it does seem to me like transitioning away from chelsea lane and you know when she went to atlanta that maybe it's just that the.
"three thirty five minutes" Discussed on DLC
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"three thirty five minutes" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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"three thirty five minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"three thirty five minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The founder of the Tampa Bay Lightning. Phil Esposito, Phil. How are you? I'm doing. Great to talk to you this morning. So the lightning had a big win over the stars last night's. And now they face the Montreal Canadians next another solid tests for them. What are you seeing from the lightning? These days. Well, I just totally dominate. The stars. They're playing so. Well, and now they're getting maybe hope they don't get into a rut where they start doing it again. I love watching creature out now because he shooting. Got such a good shot and this team the lightning just playing on those. Cylinders a lot of experts are saying, well, maybe they're peaking too early. We could have said. Play very very well. They have brings down is even Louis Dominguez there. The goaltending a very good hockey team. Phil you brought up kucherov Makita kucherov streaky at times you went while there without scoring. But when he's hot I mean is he the best in the league at least getting points on the board? Oh, without a doubt gay really is. So and he taught like years right now. It's all maybe he doesn't believe it. But. After being around this game for fifty seven years. I believe it that when you shoot the puck. He does shoot. So. Well. The whole ice for to pass it. And then probably picks up the earlier on when he was going to that slump book. Scoring a goal. He will still pick it up points, but he wasn't shooting. And consequently, they were blocking things I remember St Louis blues whenever here their scouts were telling me that they don't shoot on the power play. So they make sure they coverage Sam close in point. And and I couldn't agree with more than all of a sudden, oh, whoever was the gut to Kutuzov about shooting. The puck. You've done a great job because he is opening up. Everybody else. We're talking to Phil Zito here on AM Tampa Bay with the lightning kind of running away with things right now. Do do they start to look to get players? Maybe a little extra rests down the stretch here. How do you start to manage that? And when do you think is the right time to start making some of those decisions? Well, when you say red, I don't I don't think you're gonna see guys like drops it out or even stamkos or things like that. I think what it'll be is that you manager ice time a little bit better. Instead of them getting eighteen minutes or seventeen minutes. Fifteen minutes only get thirteen or fourteen. That's the way the game was evolved that you manage your time. Instead of allowing the guy you're going play twenty twenty two minutes your sense of you know, that child is game to use the go. We only had nine four and five defensemen. I mean you played thirty five forty thirty three thirty five minutes in the game. And. You wanted more. But I. Continually all four lines are contributing really contributing and the defense has been playing. Well, so they're just gonna all soldiers right now. Phil Esposito NHL hall of Famer and founder of the Tampa Bay Lightning fill. Always appreciate the time. Have a great Friday. Thank you very much dotty again real soon. Right now.
"three thirty five minutes" Discussed on Full Court Press
"Completely a lot of people will going back to his pre-championship days of Tim not being got it whilst game winning shot. I would point utilize postseason in the Eastern Conference throughout around that and wins over Phoenix and an important win for them over Denver. So three losses out of the gate. Didn't play a whole lot of defense out of the gate sometimes that was due to wonky lineup sometimes that was due to focus and effort and count ability. And then the win over young Phoenix team in a port win over Denver who had been playing very very well regular give you for shot your. Key observations watching the Lakers from the from the beginning of the season. Well, I mean, all the discussion has been and rightfully so as how the Lakers just did not put shooters on this roster to play around LeBron and UCLA Bron with the ball. You see him breaking down the defense. Kind of the way you on us is doing for Milwaukee. And LeBron doesn't have around him. Like, I said is the shooter's. So it's it's a little strange because what has happening as he's feeding cutters rather than shooters. It's breaking down the defense. And then someone instead of you know, the player who's open because the second defender came to give help spotting up for a shot. They're just they're cutting and crashing and LeBron is finding the cutters rather than finding the shooter is now offensively they're still putting up points. I think they're something like sixth or seventh in the league and office rating, and they're still putting points on the board. But a lot. That scoring is is coming off of going hard at the rim, really really hard at the rim. They are if they're six in the league and officer rating, I'm looking at six million office rating, they are twenty eight and then we in three point shooting. So that's hard. It is hard to be six in the league office writing. But twenty eighth in the league and three point shooting there als scoring their opponent in the two point area by eleven and a half points a game that that is a lot. But offensively I mean, it's going to be interesting to see how teams make adjustments to start defending them. Start challenging them and daring them to take those parameters shots the only shooting thirty one percent from the three point line. The other thing I thought was really fascinating. When you watch the Lakers through game one two three four five. You know? Seriously, because when they started this season, you know, Rondo in the starting lineup Casey the starting lineup sliding coups Ma and Lonzo to the bench. So you know, putting night you got coups my heart and Lonzo all coming off the bench. In this was a little bit. I was interested to see how they handle that. But after the suspensions where Ingram out Rondo out, and then Casey playing well now, you're going to Phoenix. And yes, it was Phoenix. Okay. Understand that. But you go into Phoenix. And now, you're starting Kuzina Nias starting Lonzo. And now you're starting heart and you get that first win. And then you go home and you play Denver team. We've had lost. Now. You're starting. You're starting Lonzo you're starting heart. They all play thirty two thirty three thirty five minutes and you get a win. So when Ingram Cohen Ingram. I call LeBron. And they'd do you play LeBron with the kids or do you play? And LeBron with the vets and she played a lot of Brown with the vets you're kind of playing Lance Stevenson with the kids and vice versa. But what has worked like I said, I guess we next, but it also worked against Denver was playing LeBron with the kids, and if he analyzed the net rating of the players office, rating rating, etc. You're gonna look and you're going to see that these kids, you know, their ratings so far this season has not been very good..
"three thirty five minutes" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"But I've seen that tandem allowed over the years. They'll smooth it out. They'll find rhythm who spent a lot of time and he off-season working to minimize tandem such as been AB and usually over the course of the journey, the cream rises and and they'll show what they're capable of. They've done it for a long time. I paid that happening while we continue to work to infuse some of our new targets into the mix, they'll find their rhythm. They'll be the formidable tandem that they always are. Don't worry about those two. Right? And all the things that dealers are having issues with Antonio Brown office or not. The thing. Thing to be concerned about and look like the ravens defense is good. It's like you said there are people game planning to stop. I don't know. Antonio Brown, Ben Rothlisberger from being successful. So it's not unheard of that they would have a bad game, but it's just with everything that's happening with the Steelers. There's a lot of noise around them. It's like Seattle, the last two years. There's just a lot of noise around Seattle in generally in football. No, as is not a great thing. NBA is a little different. You can have noise around basketball team. The warriors have noise all the time. They're talking, they're battling. They're doing politics. Basketball's different, but NFL's knows isn't great. And there are a noisy franchise right now last year the Cowboys were a noisy franchise and they had problem. You can be noisy as long as you're winning. But when you're and you're not winning, then it becomes a problem because everything is amplified when you're losing. So speaking of the Cowboys in week five and Dez, Bryant still isn't on an NFL roster. So we saw him visit the Browns and hard knocks, but we really haven't heard much from him since then. Well, he revealed on social media yesterday his preferred destination. He tweeted, he wants to resign with Dallas, but if not, you'll be ready to play somewhere else. So of course, everyone is freaking out when you get dumped. Ios wanna back, right? That's the psychology of being dumped like when you when you get dumped by. So even if somebody that you'd were even if you're in a relationship and you were tired of them, what do they say about Facebook? Like people go back and they have memories of relationships in highschool and Mansa size relationships. You situations you do that with a lot of things you'd use jobs. Obviously, you have an old car. I loved that car me when when you had that car drove me crazy coming out of the seats in its a three thirty five minutes heat up before you could start it, yes, but this is the workout video. He posted yesterday, I get him wanting to be back with everyone to leave Dallas. I don't think he ever thought he was going to base off of his relationship with Jerry Jones. Listen, there are when you get dumped in anything by job by a person by a team that never leaves you, you can tell everybody, it doesn't leave you. It never ever leaves you by the way. Westbrook will always have that little thing with Kevin Durant. It's going to be with Russell Westbrook. He can say, it doesn't matter. Did you see the Cowboys resigning him? No, I don't. I think they think that ship has sailed and they're done with it and they're and they're probably would be some..
"three thirty five minutes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The chinese video streaming site that is backed by by do raised two point two five billion dollars according to people familiar after pricing it's us ipo and the oil price right now sixty four dollars in sixty three cents that's up about four tenths of one percent yield on the ten year treasury now two point seven eight percent and one other note today we have seen some serious weakness in the yen against the dollar the dollar yen one oh six seventy three and year now at a dollar twenty three thirty five minutes past the hour paul back to you we'll japan's prime minister shinzo abe's getting worried that japan's interests could be left out of a north korea us summit baxter's got global news an bloomberg nine sixty san francisco newsroom ed yeah that's right paul ave saying that short middle range missiles have to be done away with he says dismantling with a completely verifiable and irreversible way as we must maintain the ongoing sanctions until north korea actually takes concrete actions and the international community must continue to cooperate meanwhile president trump says he's hopeful that kim jong un is working for the good of his people and humanity white house spokeswoman sarah sanders says they're working toward setting up that summit i would like to see this obviously this is something of a global importance and we wanna make sure that it's done as soon as we can but we also want to make sure it's done properly and we're working towards that goal meanwhile bloomberg's kevin cirilli says china's very important piece in this equation i mean we all know about the economic relationship between north korea and china more than ninety percent of north korea's exports and imports directly related to china facebook announcing new security settings that will offer a better way to protect your security bloomberg's alex.
"three thirty five minutes" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM
"Right under by unim i know here let's do this now there's a lot more logistics there's more expense to do it but when you walk in there it is it's pretty overwhelming people look in say man this is an inject you've been techniques smokes that scarpa should auto puts on yuban other events there's nothing like we just yet but it also most people never have that chance were opportunity to go into when you go to these airports there's a section where the commercial airliners go right and there's the section where the private jets go in those little fpo this little little private terminals when these jets coming that's where were walking into that's the facility were using so it's like this little you know this lifestyle that most of us will never be honest to and hang out smoke cigars drink whiskey in its their so it added article i always right you know people are saying this could be a festival or that they didn't want to leave day no we shuts it caused a three by three thirty five minutes thanks for coming i said sergeant steve kill the ambiance music dot ago because we everybody readiness ruggedly at a rate of reason we the tables and again lot of logistics a lot of work special thanks one very important group of people i forgot to thank ironically who really helped out that was executor jet who had their planes there i wanna thank peter konzolo whose offices right next to mine the president owner of executive jet thomas may who was there with his right hand man really helped out and how about the grand entrance you guys are surprising host video the entrance what i did was i had a flight suit that i had worn in years of military flight suit cigar dave.
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"Come down so my in driven by the way that makes you feel like hale pounding how cover the number of her games on the east coast this feels very much the thing here's floating everywhere some bridges or overcome by rushing water so no cars can past what is flowing down from the burn areas flash flooding why anyone would be out misses be on me but there are cars even people was this thought was none more on the way next week that's correspondent jim rope and by when knew about by far right speaker mile you not bliss is being cancelled bias publishers after the by part editor was seen in a video endorsing relationships between quote younger boys an older man the sudden decision by the publishing giant came only hours after you novel as was diss invited from speaking at the conservative political action conference they'll began later this week in washington dc i don't rob burgers a spokesman for simon into star and he said on twitter the decision to cancel the publication the ball came after careful consideration well you know did not respond to request for comment he did can from the news on his facebook page assembly saying quote they cancel my block the book which was called him dangerous was slated to be released on march fourteenth i make him and now back to jason middleton ever bronco plan dante gently ten in the and it ever welcome back everybody and good afternoon my name is jason middleton i am in the grind copeland he'll be back tomorrow coming up at about half an hour we've chip franklin will talk with him in the next segment that right now it's three thirty five minutes after three o'clock in and out we went to a head to tape.