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Middleton scores 31 as Bucks trounce Warriors 138-99
"The box bounced back from the season opening loss by blowing up the warriors one thirty eight ninety nine Khris Middleton made the most out of his twenty six minutes of playing time pouring in thirty one points on ten of fifteen shooting even you know mom on this and I'll start sometimes not feel like they're great start on no that's not gonna be different percentages were always based off balance on the naga don't work I'm not a lucky shot twenty of thirty seven from three point range with Middleton going six for eight Jasen tentacle both delivered fifteen points and thirteen rebounds in just twenty seven minutes for the box who shot fifty five percent and outscored golden state's seventy two forty three in the second half Steph curry scored nineteen points for the warriors while rookie James Wiseman had eighteen I'm Dave very
Chicago Stevenson Expressway Reopens After Shooting Investigation Closes Southbound Lanes
"Company good morning both Iran well good morning Pat we went from one mass on an expressway to now a mass on the tollway we will start on the tri state tollway were on the northbound side we have some really heavy traffic over the mile long bridge approaching the Stevenson this is because of a fully engulfed vehicle fire that is blocking the exit ramp to the inbound Stevenson expressway once you get past this we're jammed up from North Avenue to the Bensenville bridges a crash in the left lane there and in the middle of all that we had a report of a crash your Ogden's well with the crews heading out to check on it so kind of a very messy northbound tri state tollway trip today the southbound side of tri state is moving at the speed limit the rest the Illinois tollway staff a few spots of road work here and there but no major delays because of them on the expressways Eaton's looking good the Kennedy about twenty six minutes from o'hare sixteen from the junction outbound delays eyes now are about thirty three minutes from route three ninety twenty from Mannheim in about thirty two minutes out to route three ninety the Stevenson found out thirty seven minutes three fifty five the lake shore drive police from central Pulaski and Damon to the Dan Ryan outbound Stevenson's all clear traffic is using it once again after early morning shut down for an investigation the Dan Ryan invest a heavy past Garfield into the burning or change its twenty seven minutes from ninety fifth in downtown but the up outside of right is now delayed three fifty seven and the bishop Porter both in great shape lake shore drive north down so from Roosevelt to Monroe and then as you approach the Chicago River because the two right lanes remain closed over the Chicago River through the end of this month no southbound delays on lake shore drive I. eighty is all clear eighty ninety four looking good I sixty five the Indiana toll road in pretty good shape as well do you still have a closure in the loop State Street remains blocked from Randolph to lake because of ongoing police activity is it's an investigation into a shooting there she's Michigan
Coronavirus conspiracy theories on the rise
"So the video is conspiracy theory as you know it's and the basic idea seems to be is that some shadow we elites are conspiring to use the pandemic to seize power maybe make money by creating vaccines and the star of this twenty six minute clip that went viral is this woman named Judy make of that too has become a kind of hero to the anti vaccine crowd she's a discredited scientist who published a book in April called plague of correction and that sort of depicts her as a truth teller fighting scientists who aren't willing to accept inconvenience facts and so far right publications began to promote her book in this documentary that is forthcoming will apparently be taking an even closer look at these sort of baseless conspiracies this video has since since it kind of blew up has been taken down but tell us about some of the crazy accusations and I mean one of the things that keeps popping up I think it was the main thing that really got to pull down was they were saying that wearing a mask will literally activate your own virus that's right and that is the thing that got it taken down platforms like YouTube and Facebook generally do not want to remove content from the network and they tried to enable a maximum of free speech but they do make an exception for stuff that is actively harmful and while a lot of this video plan that make is just kind of conspiracies saying don't forget a lot of people are making money and other people are going to become more powerful that's not what it got taken down I got taken down because as you say it warned people against wearing masks you know saying that it would re inspect them which of course there is no basis for that whatsoever but you can imagine if a lot of people watch it's that and believe that you could have a really negative a stacked on public health so initially Facebook did it want to remove it but when it sort of stumbled across that particular claim it said okay we've actually got to take this thing down any doctor Judy make if it's for herself she does have a degree in biology from the university of Virginia a PhD in molecular biology she worked on the national Cancer Institute she has a lot of things under her belt but then she started getting into work about chronic fatigue syndrome and vaccines and this is kind of where she was derailed a little bit a lot of people discredited a lot of the later things that she was researching so like in two thousand nine she had published research saying that a mouse retrovirus because chronic fatigue syndrome which got a lot of attention but it was discredited a couple years later and the journal ultimately retracted it and it in this sort of like a weird aside story she was actually put in jail on charges of staffed which apparently involves computers disappearing those charges were dropped but the whole thing was a scandal and she was kind of sidelined and lost her scientific career but after that she sort of drifted into this anti Bax crowd and because of the credentials that you mentioned the anti vaxxers have sort of lifted her up as this brave truth teller even though what she saying is largely nonsense so let's talk about how something like this goes viral the usual players come up obviously Facebook and you to have a huge part in this but there was a lot of Facebook groups that we're sharing this and then beyond that even as you mentioned there's a lot of mistruths in this video but it also takes time for their fact checkers to go through this so as you've mentioned they didn't take it down right away it kind of was circulating around for a while while they were trying to do some of that fact checking it's a really interesting story the way that things go viral on Facebook and you tube is always changing based on the things that the platforms due to try to stop bad stuff from happening and sort of like as soon as they fix one problem another emerges so over the past year Facebook has put a lot more attention on groups getting people to join groups kind of moving away from that news feed and there are a lot of conspiracy groups anti VAX groups where this video clip was very popular in what happened is people were sharing it in the group and what they were sure it was actually a link to you too and so from those Facebook groups they were able to send seven point one million views to one video within a period of between thirty six and forty eight hours so just within a short period of time Facebook drove all of that traffic to you too and so it was kind of an unwitting tag team between the two platforms that sent this thing viral as you noted it did take awhile for the platforms to fully understand what was in the video the video is twenty six minutes long it contains a lot of claims and they had to go through it sort of point by point and ultimately make the determination that it had to come down but it sort of speaks to this cliche this quote that is attributed to Mark Twain that the lie gets halfway around the world before the truth can put its shoes on and that was definitely the case here and it was also this whole thing with obvious all the algorithms and it's this big cycle she had just self published a book not too long ago and it became this thing where searches for her name brought up searches for the video and vice versa searches for them he would bring up searches for her name so it's kind of this big cycle where it's just feeding off of itself for a while until Facebook and YouTube took these things down and you know I think it's important to remember that Judy megabits has something to celebrate she has a book to sell into this whole viral events on Facebook and YouTube has been very good for her she had a number one best seller on Amazon over the weekend yesterday was still at number six so all of this is bound to be huge benefit to somebody who is selling this very day Alicia's ideas that just doesn't have any basis in
A disgraced scientist and a viral video: how a Covid conspiracy theory started
"The last week we saw the first true hit conspiracy video the coronavirus era it was called the plan Dimmick and got over eight million views on Facebook and YouTube the video has since been removed but not before making the start of discredited scientist Dr Judy make of it this video also purported to say that if you wear a facemask it could reactivate the corona virus in your body for more on what to know about the plan to make a conspiracy video will speak to Casey Newton Silicon Valley editor at the verge so the video is conspiracy theory as you notes and the basic idea seems to be is that some shadow we elites are conspiring to use the pandemic to seize power maybe make money by creating vaccines and the star of this twenty six minute clip that went viral is this woman named Judy make of that it's who has become a kind of hero to the anti vaccine crowd she's a discredited scientist who published a book in April called plague of corruption that sort of depicts her as a truth teller fighting scientists who are willing to accept inconvenience facts and so far right publications began to promote her book in this documentary that is forthcoming will apparently be taking an even closer look at these sort of baseless conspiracies this video has since since it kind of blew up has been taken down but tell us about some of the crazy accusations and I mean one of the things that keeps popping up I think it was the main thing that really got to pull down was they were saying that wearing a mask will literally activate your own virus that's right and that is the thing that got it taken down platforms like YouTube and Facebook generally do not want to remove content from the network and they tried to enable a maximum out of free speech but they do make an exception for stuff that is actively harmful and while a lot of this video plan that make is just kind of conspiracies saying don't forget a lot of people are making money and other people are going to become more powerful that's not why it got taken down I got taken down because as you say it warned people against wearing masks you know saying that it would re inspect on which of course there is no basis for that whatsoever but you can imagine it's a lot of people watch that and believe that you could have a really negative a stacked on public health so initially Facebook didn't want to remove it but when it sort of stumbled across that particular claim it said okay we've actually got to take this thing down and Dr Judy make if it's for herself she does have a degree in biology from the university of Virginia a PhD in molecular biology she worked on the national Cancer Institute she has a lot of things under her belt but then she started getting into work about chronic fatigue syndrome and vaccines and this is kind of where she was derailed a little bit a lot of people discredited a lot of the later things that she was researching so like in two thousand nine she had published research saying that a mouse retrovirus because chronic fatigue syndrome which got a lot of attention but it was discredited a couple years later and the journal ultimately retracted it and then in this sort of like a weird aside story she was actually put in jail on charges of the staffed which apparently involves computers disappearing those charges were dropped but the whole thing was a scandal and she was kind of sideline and lost her scientific career but after that she sort of drifted into this anti VAX crowd and because of the credentials that you mentioned the anti vaxxers have sort of lifted her up as this brave truth teller even though what she saying is largely
Don't Fall For the Plandemic Conspiracy Video
"Facebook. Youtube and other companies are removing a pandemic conspiracy video that has gone viral quoting. The Washington. Post the approximately twenty six minute video was presented as an extremely long trailer for a full length film titled Plan Dick and Features and extended interview with Judy mickiewicz figure in the anti vaccination movement who has made various discredited claims about the effects of vaccines a youtube. Spokesperson said the company removes quote. Content that includes medically unsubstantiated Diaz to advice for cove in nineteen which includes the plan video a representative for facebook said quote. Suggesting that wearing a mask can make you sick could lead to imminent harm. So we're removing the video end quote.
"twenty six minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Road but a twenty six minute ride in that heavy stretch public on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Steve Aurora news on the three point one Kathy Kay for today we'll see clouds and breaks of sunshine highs of sixty seven to seventy one cloudy and chilly tonight lows in the low to mid forties Mar cloudy and increasingly windy highs in the low to mid sixties we're up to near seventy on Monday with sunshine have accu weather's bill decker news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. Sacramento's number one for breaking news traffic and weather news ninety three point one F. B. K. the following is a paid program the views and opinions expressed are solely those of the host and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the staff management and parent company of KFBK good morning and good afternoon folks welcome to the right land radio show I am your host mortgage Mike so happy to be here with you again our show is live we're streaming online whether you're tuning in at the house you're driving in the car or sitting at work listening on your P. C. jot this information down right down this number right down this web address you're gonna wanna call you're gonna wanna choir you're going to want to start something that's going to save you a ship load of money S. H. I. P. a ship load of money eight six six seven four eight thirty five thirty six that's the phone number to my good friends at right land jot down their web address right land R. I. T. E. L. E. N. D. dot com any time during this show we're gonna have four independent set us segments you can go to their website on the upper right hand corner you're gonna see a a a green button called to get a quote if you don't have time to call this toll free number today after what I share with you eight six six seven four eight thirty five thirty six what I'm gonna share with you now is going to blow your socks off and it's centered around what's happening right now all over the world it's called the corona virus.
Netflix's 'Love Is Blind' brings the reality dating show into 2020
"Netflix plan to take over television has extended to dating shows for a while. But perhaps they've never made one so weird so baffling at so cringe. Inducing Lee embarrassing for everyone involved as love is blind and you probably know someone who's watching it then what the show insists on calling an experiment. Couple sit in separate cells that they call pods where they can hear each other but not see each other and once they've had a conversation or two if they're getting along they get engaged and only then do they meet will any of them. Make it to the altar. I'm Stephen Thompson and I'm Linda Holmes. We're talking about the NETFLIX series. Love is blind on this episode of Pop Culture Happy Hour from NPR joining me and Steven from NPR. West is one of our most treasured friends. Who the record should show. We did not force to watch. Love is blind Sam Sanders the host of. It's been a minute. Hello Sam I would. A page ought to be on this show. We should also point out that Y'All can't see me in her. We're trying to figure out whether we can possibly have a meaningful conversation county each other so before we get to deeply into it. The basic idea of this show is that you start with some men and some women they all sit and if you think of them as little tiny prison cells with furniture and painted walls they are separated by a wall that they can't see through but they can hear through so it's basically like having a conversation with someone in two adjoining phone booths. And so they talk to each other and then if they like each other enough to get engaged without ever having met or spoken to a non television based situation they move out of those pods and they go on vacation and live together and see if they really really want to get married they all have to have a wedding and go up to the altar. And then when you're up there you have to decide. Are you going to say yes? Are you going to say now? Dump you forever Steven. You're a viewer of trashy television. Way Back leaving. Some fairly trashy dating shows enough that I can peg this show as a combination of the bachelor married by America and Mr Personality hosted by Monica Lewinsky. Boy Cut. What did you think of this one? You know the first episodes I struggled a little bit. I found it very stressful. It's got some of that kind of falsely generated conflict. It's a dating show. I've kind of weaned myself off of the Bachelor Bachelorette for kind of ethical reasons as much as anything and getting back into a dating show. Took me a couple episodes. At which point I could not stop watching it. The instruction going in with Stephen. I know you're very busy right now. Even just watch three or four. I've watched all ten and burned through them. Basically in one sitting one of the things that makes this show. So Benjamin is that it's on Netflix. So there are among other things no commercials and no reason to break into the show and say begun. And then I'll come up the senior about to see and then you come out of commercials. Here's a recap of what you saw. Before the commercial break with the bachelor going back but he's Ryerson on streaming services edited versions of the Bachelor and the Bachelorette where they cut that crap out and then each episode will be like twenty six minutes long. So this doesn't have that but it's centered on this ludicrous false choice between getting married or never seeing each other again. Which is down like they're not allowed to subvert the show in any way they're not allowed to say like f you were dating. There's sort of forced to do one or the other and they. They all seem to buy into this experiment in a way. That is very silly but at the same time it is a weirdly intoxicating show that I ultimately enormously enjoyed even though it's very very stupid. Yeah I basically agree with that. Take Sam a hit me. What did you think? Oh Man so. There are two big reasons. I love this show one for what it says about net flix and to for what it says about what we normally do. And don't say about love one. This really shows that like in spite of trying to be the place for Prestige Film. Net flicks is actually really good at reality. Tv You'll recall. Cheer you'll recall tied in with Marie Condo more queer eye or nailed it or next and fashion or the glass blow reality show followed by the circle and now this. They're making really good addictive reality. Tv and that's for several reasons. You know some of Stephen pointed out. They don't have to commercial breaks thing. Let these stories flow and organic and then in many ways they are not overproducing this stuff when I compare What's going on with. Love is blind to like the bachelor. There seems to be less direct manipulation by the producers. They'll be plotlines in the bachelor of where the had the couple go to a country music concert but wait turns out the country. Music singer is one of their excess craziness. Ensues you see the last of that with the blind makes it feel more earnest. Even though still fake I know I know right at the very least. They're better at hiding it. It doesn't feel conspicuous. Whatever manipulation there is and you know they're certainly is like we're all going to happen to meet up with my parents and I. It does become kind of something that you know is is staged in some of the same ways but I do agree that they're better at making it feel like something that could happen in a real person's life. Yeah so that's the first thing like this to me is evidence that whether they like it or not. Netflix is now better at reality. Tv then movies and with that the second thing it says to me is the things we do or do not talk about publicly when it comes to courtship. I think this show is really brave and having these people who are strangers very early on in their quote unquote relationships talk about race. Talk about physical appearance. Talk about money. One of the couples has to deal with the fact that one is black and one white. And they discuss it. The entire time very openly and candidly and responsibly. Another couple Barnett. And what's her name? Maria she's flat broke in one episode. She says to him my credits crap. I don't always have a job a few months ago. I was Outta my car. What you think about that. You would never see that on the bachelor you would. And most couples don't talk about that until it's too late so to see. That disgust candidly on this show. I find it kind of refreshing. Well it's one of those things where it's both early and too late because on the one hand only known each other for a couple of weeks but on the other hand there are already engaged so I agree that there's that funny. There's this funny conversation between a SAM mentioned Barnett. And amber where? It's not just that she's saying like I'm broke or whatever and he asks her. How many days a week she works and she says as many as I feel like she says I work to live. I don't live to work. Which is one of those things red flag that could be as you said. There's such a fine line between my queen and I know the same way about folks to say that as folks who say. I don't do drama. It's like Oh no. You don't drama. Well right actually do drama. You sort of have to theoretically talk about those things but you have none of the history that might make talking about those things in some ways both easier and harder. But you have to do it anyway. The part that I found most jarring to tell you the truth was like the very first time someone in this show says I love you. I almost crawled out of my skin of so weird so weird. The other thing I think is amazing about it is the people keep saying this is crazy and I keep wanting to say yes. It is run. Are we nuts? Yes in like that is what makes me. What's become the saddest story line in this show? And this is the story of Mark in Jessica. They have a great emotional connection. But Jessica doesn't think that mark is physically her type. He's not tall enough not Nordic enough not blonde enough not white enough and that becomes clear very early on and she never just says that he's also ten years younger than she is and exactly former relationship. Where if it were a family pet you would phen. Is it out of mercy? Twenty hours before this show.
Deltas CEO wants to use tech to make airports happier places
"This year. It's the electrics and tech show in Las Vegas held every January. The kickoff keynote presentation was for the first time by an airline airline CEO. Delta's ED bastion. He talked about how tech should help. Take the stress out of flying. And of course make you want to pay more to fly Delta the the airline announced a few new features like updates to its APP to include other parts of the trip such as rideshare or hotel also artificial intelligence to improve scheduling and investment investment in updating airports including something called parallel reality high tech displays and airports that show personalized flight information to lots of different different people. All at the same time. Here's ED bastion from Las Vegas describing it to me. You'd walk up to your gate and you'd see or your boarding. Try to figure out which gate you're going to. When what time is it and it seems like Mumbo jumbo particularly if you don't speak the language of coming from another country and who have you're you're welcome sign two just you personally will see welcome molly? Your Gate is eight twenty six minutes departing and forty eight minutes. And there's a there's a starbucks you know halfway down there if you wanted to stop and get a coffee on the way down. Just think I'll welcoming that is held personalized. How do you personalize the experience? And how people have that connection to the brand and that that emotional experience that we talk about a delta. What are the parts that you can't control? I mean there are a lot of stakeholders a lot of touch points in an airport. You know you can't not really. I wish you could make. TSA EASIER FOR PEOPLE. But what are the parts that you only able to tell you one of the things that spin unique to our turnaround is we stop thinking about the things that we can't control and start focusing on the things we can control and there's many more things within our control than or not as they. Tsa In the Security Queue. You know we are not responsible for but we think like we're responsible for it because we're responsible for our customers and doing more and more than working more with biometrics to kind of facilitate that facial recognition while certainly has privacy. You know questions that people sometimes don't want to which is fine they they don't have to opt for it if they don't want to go. Facial recognition is more efficient way to get people through a boarding and through the entire airport expense without having to fumble for their passport or their boarding pass or trying to find their papers. I mean this is a departure no pun intended but who are you hiring. I would imagine a generation of data scientists and coders not necessarily thinking. Ah Delta is the place I'm GonNa Land Oh we we got a lot of data scientists because they like they like the challenge. This is big league stuff does. This is actually solving dynamic issues. That are happening real time. Twenty four hours a day. In fact ninety two thousand four we call business forty six hours in a day when you think about the full length around the world that we're flying it's high class Stuff we also you know people love to travel and so that's one of the perks snake you know while we're competing with the amazons and the other for talent we're actually winning a lot of people coming go from high tech organizations. 'cause they like they like the work. They liked the challenge the work and they liked the product. I have to be honest coming into this. I thought you were going to announce facial recognition in every airport in Everyday Delta boarding. I know that something that you have talked about and experimented with an airline. Where is that well? It's it's it's coming it's it's it's there therefore in most of our international markets now You know there's I think people are still trying to figure out what their point of view on facial and communities are trying kind of figure that governments are as well For US adult it's important. It's an opt in system. We're not forcing people to go through facial recognition. We think it's it's a great technology to help. Facilitate you know the flow through an airport as well as the effectiveness of the security trying to truly trying to fail weed out the bad guys But the reality is is that I think people are still getting used to the concept. So no we weren't. We weren't planning what we wanted to do was announce things that are coming uncover the next five years as compared to things that we already. We're already doing okay is a little trickier than we all thought it was GONNA be facial recognition facial recognition. No no I wouldn't say that facial recognition on the international side is largely in place. We still have some airports to finish rolling out On the on the TSA on the domestic excite yes that's probably more challenging because large no more higher number of volume of passengers domestically than internationally a travel. Secondly you don't have the infrastructure really in place through through. Tsa to accommodate yet again. You think about those clogged you know Hallway Hallway sometimes through its TSA operates adding another form of access through there with facial is just it's just that much more challenging but as we're building the infrastructure process. We're we're we're leaning towards. I want to ask you about climate change because when people fly a lot. It's good for your business but there is this realization. I think increasingly that it's it's bad for the planet. How do you take climate into account and how might some of this investment technology? Maybe mitigate some of that in pitch we we Those are those are. I think that is the existential question for us for future in terms of our ability to grow zig. If we can't can't grow sustainably our industry is not going to be given the right to grow. I think it's that serious and we are doing a lot in that regard and I'm pretty self critical of Delta as as well as the industry in this respect. I think we've kind of been defensive about it. I think we've talked in passive voice. We've talked about things that we're doing less of as compared to what we're we're doing to actually make the planet better. We're just doing less bad as compared to doing more good and you got to do both and and you gotta by the way also engage your
Giannis has triple-double, Bucks rout Knicks 123-102
"The Milwaukee Bucks jumped out fast and be the next one twenty three to one to Milwaukee open the night hitting on their first six three pointers well the Knicks missed twelve of their first sixteen shots brook Lopez keyed the box first half and finished with fourteen points and seven blocks Jana centered a couple twenty two points eleven rebounds ten assists in twenty six minutes Chris Milton a game high twenty three points he was pleased with the complete effort that's really what places where sars repair no matter who are opponents for forty minutes will pay patient great defense and relatives the books hit eighteen three pointers and improved to twenty six and for the Knicks fell to seven and twenty three might make you so New York
Greta Thunberg named TIME's 2019 'Person of the Year'
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"twenty six minutes" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
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A Tale Of Two Halves As Bulls Shine then Fall to Lakers
"The Lakers last night when they're six in a row came back from nineteen down of the third quarter outscoring the bulls in Chicago thirty eight to nineteen in the fourth quarter four six point win X. warrior Quinn cook had seventeen off the bench was on the court for most of that fourth day walking away on offensively com is pushing the pace now we have a great group out there and with our coaches in our starters are leaders was given as common as the entire time heard of costly just been the Serbian the Serbian this hand confident that they gave us really gave us on the actual burst cook with six of nine field three of four beyond the arc enter the game hitting just thirty five percent field and twenty one percent from three males law averages Manzi and put that work in six games there no you don't don't panic obviously we play under the spotlight everything is closed what so on you see that come from you know go to stay so how did not to panic no social work and nas fortune of suitable going tonight hello guys will find me cook play twenty six minutes last night after playing a total of nine in his previous two games no Biggie got is is is because when being gaze on a bench already stands game don't think about me really is sounds cliche but no I'm just invest in women really and no you tell yourself into teen self esteem may know good things out with Quinn cook at the sports desk see better
WNBA Final Series Game 5
"Fans we've got a great show for you a lot to talk about Lot to talk about including this amazing Wnba finals series that we're getting right ahead to a game five that's right I haven't heard day five between the Washington mystics in the Connecticut Spun will take place Thursday eight PM. ESPN two series has shifted back to Washington each team has one on each other's home court so that really has it been a factor we'll talk about that we're also going to talk about the drama in La a lot going on there so recent comments by the NBA Players Association I don't know if she CEO President one of those Michelle Roberts has sparked a lot of conversation we'll get into that and I'm yeah whatever else we've talked about well first of all DEB I just want to ask you because we covered allow last podcast you weren't here you didn't even get to number one address your Vegas team that you picked to win the championship and why they're not here you're in all the drama with Liz us you didn't even get to comment on that would you care. Is there anything you want to address from the semi finals the Erica shot like you just totally have been absent I really have let's see I for one I still oh dear dinner for her shot and keeping alive just long enough to make it past y'all teams you tell picked the beginning of the season so at the end of the day really taking her to dinner Garretta when you're in Chicago let me know I got you love the list trash talk that you know it's really exciting really being what would the weight room thing do for us you were on the other team like Oh yeah I it was a I think it was poor timing however I live for stuff like that so I've had I was thoroughly enjoying the comments because I am the Queen's trash talking so I enjoyed it I don't think it was the property the time that that fire DC up to be honest Yeah I I don't think it was the right time for it but I mean I like the trash talking I mean I I'm pretty sure didn't Natasha Clouds Day she guarantees the wind Thursday I'm here for all of his arms well let me just say this real quick like honestly not tweeted this yesterday this is just a little prayer by listening we're going to get into the hardcore seven-minute but this trash talkers the thing has started to get a little bit I tweeted this because I think I heard Jasmine Thomas in what was it Oh yes the game the presser after game four she was like you know people were thinking we're GonNa roll over like basically responding to a question about the get to the championship and I'm like who still saying stuff about Connecticut like I am all for the disrespect campaign because I think it's fueled their players is fire them up uh I'm just speaking of someone who would played on the other team like I'm a little bit over like Courtney Williams saying I get any shot I want to like if I'm your teammate I'm like dude food chill with that because the game three she actually didn't get every shot she wanted to you know what I mean like you gotTa be real careful about the trash-talk stuff because you said you can fire team up I think Connecticut completely fired up about things that people were saying July like please resurrected if that's we do but I don't think anyone has really questioned in being a championship contender in at least the last month and a half now the way they've done it yes I mean did I think La was win again yeah but I just don't know there's just so much I don't know about that now the role player comment that came out was definitely ember that was not in July and when you look at the national coverage if you will about who decidedly was supposed to win aw nobody picked Connecticut I know here espn all of our analysts who decided to make a prediction predicted that it would be Washington so I don't think the deal would that's that's very listen that's still very relevant that people pick Washington because we have a game by like that you have won anything yet you know what I'm saying like I don't know I don't think I picked La to make it. I Don I bic La to make it past Connecticut so but no but they didn't know that Ah I mean I think as a player as a as a player I think that you don't say that out loud you may say it on the court and you may talk to you you know like the teams but saying it you know in the media is always smart 'cause they just give you know like fuel to the other team I think you have to be smart with your trash talking but as a fan I'm enjoying it so much more exciting so I'm I'm here for it I just feel bad that jasmine had to arrest that at this point like they've already won two games in the finals or going to a game five she's still talking about people thinking that they were GonNa roll over like I seen that but I get what you're saying about the role players commentary go which okay that's fine but they've been doing a lot more out here than that it's brilliant it's entertaining I just get worried we're people start doing too much happened because I know what that does the other team you know what I mean like Liz campaigns now knows what that does to the other team like you just need to you need to stay humble because it was dying to Rasi they had to shut Courtney Williams down two years in a row because she got a little bit out of pocket and I love Corny I've covered her since her US days I think she is great for the game I'm loving all the coverage of her and her dad is like dream dad right like he is down he is like supporters aw I'm all here for this to be real careful in this league honey because people never forgets no and you're gonna hear about it later so they better back then yeah you sure will and with that let's talk about let's go into our first quarter so we can talk about something and I'm Connecticut WanNa forget this quarter An- that is game three they wanNA forget that because they latorre L- game three on on Sun a Sunday so just like a quick recap on that so that we can get into what was a phenomenal game for Connecticut Lost Ninety four eighty one on Sunday they look like a very different team I'm just the game before John Clo- Jones had a stellar performance thirty two and eighteen but Sunday came around the MVP returned for one. Washington didn't really look I thought she looked stiff personally didn't think that she moved very well but it Kinda didn't matter she still finished with thirteen points six board she's still played twenty six minutes and whether you've got her for ten percent or one hundred percent you still got a garter you still got to worry about her she's still going to impact Act anybody that is going to have to face her so with that Connecticut was looking at a losing home court or had lost court advantage heading in to gain four they were down in the series two one but last night was a tale of two teams they started the game out firing on cylinders I mean they put together quite a first half performance on they led by as much as eighteen points they were up fifty six to forty at the half and so four we go into the second half of of how that game turned out I'm right after the halftime I'm sorry right before Halftime me Williams actually stopped for a moment to chat with our Holly Rowe and she spoke a little bit about why her team was so energized etiquette game five Thursday Courtney Williams doing her best to make that happen holly according to your defensive commitment is completely different tonight why did you change what did I tell you gotTa Win I you know I was a little bit off last game all back against the wall can't take no plays off you already got more is confidence and guess what she has the game back it up 'cause she doesn't need a screen she don't need anybody step up and do anything for her she could go get shots what she wants them now I thought we were talking about three looks like we're talking about gay four now yeah we're not gonNA spend too much time on game three that's because one we are limited on our time on this podcast right now and number two because Connecticut Connecticut Fan so we're moving fast at eight Dave I'll let you start which you think I thought in game force initially I mean Connecticut had great energy and you clearly saw that this was a deciding game and they do that and that's how they came out and they came out ready and but I also felt like DC they didn't look like themselves in the first half they're known for moving the ball really well in and getting good shots making the right pass and it felt like in the first half they were playing hon of one on one and not moving like they do in making extra passes and it showed because they weren't getting shot and when you're playing a team Connecticut who's great in transition you have to be able to put the ball in the basket and slow them down so I felt like you know Connecticut was able to really do what they wanted to do in the first half but then being a vet- team DC came back out in the second half and just knew what they have to do in turn the tables and we're able to
"twenty six minutes" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Police car in east San Jose this afternoon it left several people injured including a police officer the incident happened sometime after four o'clock at the intersection of north Jackson Avenue and the key road San Jose police tell KCBS that several people including an officer had been taken to a local hospital with non life threatening injuries some lanes are open but drivers are being advised to avoid that area just ahead on KCBS I'm keep Menconi Palo alto is famous residents only park may soon get a little bit less exclusive hello out it is a city not a gated community well we go to the hours first check of KCBS traffic is we checked back with Jon rivers is keeping watch today in your local Honda dealers traffic center John as you make your way on the Nimitz is southbound Jeff coming out of thing you're gonna have to bring your patience with you some pretty big time this report brought to you by Amtrak we're seeing what's causing the delay actually Ted Raimi is doing that with the children autobody collision camp it's a two car accident eight eighty south bound before sixty Sixth Avenue blocking the two left lanes C. H. P. is still responding but this has things backed up all the way to nine eighty to get from nine eighty passed this accident your clocking in at a drive time of twenty six minutes still seeing some improvement on the E. shore it is still a grind eastbound eighty through every village make your way into Berkeley then it kind of opens up but you can find more slowing but only through also brought heating you're pretty good shape thirty seven is nasty in both directions we have an accident westbound it's not far past the amero and bridge out into the narrow is there and it's really backing things up into the layout meanwhile thirty seven eastbound is slow because of traffic had been slow because of a fire out your Sears point earlier Amtrak is your all access pass to discovery play laugh talk relax wine dine everything in between because getting there is just as important as being there on the train you get carried away book early save up to twenty percent of Amtrak dot com restrictions apply in extravagant date six eighteen on the traffic leader Casey KCBS bay area forecast sunny around the bay and inland but the fog is creeping in near the coast now highs in the sixties and low seventies goes that seventies.
"twenty six minutes" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Was up to twenty six minutes an eleven minute backup was about ninety four downtown to the zoo seventeen minutes that is an extra ten foot traffic and weather together on the ten somebody lost good WTMJ palette of U. I. dot com time saver traffic tonight mainly clear skies Alloa fifty seven in Lynn a little warmer along the lake in northwest wind tomorrow sunny isolated afternoon showers high of eighty degrees it's seventy degrees at four thirty one CBS news update president trump says Iran is lying when it says it rounded up seventeen people involved in a CIA spy ring speaking on fox news secretary of state Mike Pompeii agreed the Tehran has a problem with the truth I would urge everyone who's reading that story to understand that the Iranian regime has a long history of life they lied about where they shut down the American UAV that now lives in the last few days about where they took down this tanker CBS is in decent Thai Abbas following the story from the United Arab Emirates this idea that they are being spied on this idea that their spy rings operating right across the country sort of permeates their news bulletins conversations you hear from people on social media and the like sat look bad but is this true the short answer is we just don't know Tehran says the Iranians were arrested were spying on the country's nuclear and military site CBS news update on Pam Coulter WTMJ news time four thirty two from the W. T. M. J. breaking news center clean up continues across northern Wisconsin after a rash of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes struck over the weekend the state recorded an uptick in tornadic activity last year despite a quiet start to severe weather season storm team four meteorologist Brian is nasty says he wouldn't be surprised to see the rate of tornadoes pick up I could see things getting a little bit more active again if we continue to get these you know waves of hotter weather if we heat up and then we cool down obviously that transition of air masses as one of the key ingredients for sparking thunderstorm so I could see things becoming a little bit active July is the second busiest months for tornadoes in Wisconsin June is the first world of aviation is in Oshkosh for EA a long tradition for some thirty plus years as long as I can remember my dad will Newton tells me he makes the trip every year from.
"twenty six minutes" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"Where he shot because if we ever do. About the stroke. Sweet. He is Jalen. You go. I'm David Jacoby on the cool. Check in. Stage on the Lori. We putting it on wax. It's the new. Jalen and Jacoby. What are we going to? They long. Still preempted from the Australian Open not on television this week. But that doesn't mean we're not in the studio always giving you a dope pod to step to coming in in our day off, which just means no commercials. No graphics. We don't have to prepare as much. We get to be the loose. Jalen and Jacoby weekly podcast that we were so many years ago, we got too hot for TV we have to offer TV topics later. But especially right now, of course, we're going to get to the AFC championship game. Of course, we get to the NFC championship game. But now that we're a couple of days removed from that there's been some things have happened in between most notably last night. Klay Thompson ten straight threes forty four points unless the twenty six minutes. Now now, Jalen. I want to say something about the anniversary of the eighty one point game on related to Klay Thompson performance from last night. People sleep he needed to score eighty one points to beat yo like they were down eighteen in the second half. That's how you get an eighty one point performance from from a competitor wants to win with these Klay Thompson performances and some of the Steph curry performances answer certain degree, the Katie performances. They don't play in the fourth quarter like Klay Thompson. They basically said you're going to stay in the game until you miss it three. And then he misses three he came out at the end of the third quarter and never touch the floor again. Like, it's almost like we have two great all these on a curve from the warriors. What's been fascinating about a lot of these amazing scoring outbursts? And you can't talk about that topic. What else mentioned is someone the all time great people to ever get book. It's in a game like Wilt Chamberlain who has his own record book. Michael, jordan. Alan Iverson, Kareem, Abdul-Jabbar, Karl Malone like Gaza, just. Got thirty for no reason, George Gervin. And so what ends up happening is. You can appreciate Kobe going for eighty one against a raptors team. That was lot of rebound. What you sleep on the fact that he had sixty five that same year in three quarters versus the mouse that went to the final your point. So that gets to what you were just saying imagine if he would have played the fourth quarter of that game and so many players nowadays. And I remember this stat because I was fortunate enough to be a part of it for really short period. There was a time mid-2000s thousands. I had a game against the Knicks where I score thirty in less than thirty minutes. And I looked down at the game notes. The next time we play and the only other two people that had done that was our visa bonus. And being Gordon a love of you Savona. So I didn't realize that Ben Gordon was was crazy score for two seasons. I'm like nobody else in the history of the game. Escort thirty many to look at James harden them at this season like six times. Now, you graduate to how the three point era has taken over the usage of great players is as at an all time high and you're now having more possessions because the game is faster so Dame Lillard James harden. Russell westbrook. Cook. These guys are like getting triple doubles in less than thirty minutes. These guys are scoring forty CJ McCollum Klay Thompson. Kevin Durant hard have curry putting up huge numbers in less than thirty minutes. It just shows the level of talent and skill these players possess. The only get to advance daddy. But they do per one hundred possessions for reason because you approximately get a little bit over that in a regular game. They do do per thirty six minutes for reason because that's kind of the average amount of minutes that it started plays superstars play a little bit more. He scored forty four points in twenty six minutes. Twenty six minutes twenty six minutes of basketball, and he only missed one three. And I promise you if you made that three which is a bad shot..
"twenty six minutes" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"What did you do after the show? I didn't do tell you at the bar. I was delirious. Yeah. I was that. I understood delivers people were talking me. And it was like it was like. Like water. Yeah. I've seen the wrong things that people say somebody else Tuesday, though, it was like you were stirring at a white wall. Yeah. Know in place we show exhausted. Because when you shoot a special so much is riding on you want it to be perfect, Tim this like, you know, I I really shut your supposed took the week off before you're on vacation. I it's weird. I've never do that man. And so I learned up spots every single night of the week last week leading up to it. And I did seventeen podcasts I shot TV shows for Showtime. I did extra interviews extra podcasts. I did Rogan's. I did all this stuff. And by the time, I got to Friday at flappers. I was like oh shit. I have nothing really my tank is on E. Yeah. That's why that's why you to reach. I'm over a motor Saturday. I'm over money. Wanna take a little time off took a nap. And then got it together for the show on Saturday. But I was I was run on fumes. And it's just a learning curve. That's all I know. That's all. I made the mistake my first special, which I pay I'm still paying for of doing a movie like a fucking moron. And then this is after ten years of working on my my my material, and it was the best material. And I I I wouldn't did a movie for six weeks and then did a week and a half shows. And yeah, who I had one shot who's one show? They didn't let me do two shows home one, Sean, and I did it for Showtime. I did hour and twenty six minutes, and I'd never ended. I didn't edit it. And then I needed for months. I need four months three months needed a little more time. What do you mean it just gelled it? Well, because I had taken that six weeks off you save for the material saying, you know, they gave you another four months. No, I needed it for I need it for practice. When I say four months ended a month of just being on the road. Yeah. So I liked the set figure out. That's it just getting the order and did it. I did it. It was good. But it wasn't now. You couldn't do. I don't care who you may big mistake. There's no way you could. Do edit it down to an hour that we wanna take the whole hour and twenty six minutes use the steak, Hugh, nobody you do it. You do fifty five minutes, and I didn't because they said don't worry about it. And I was like, okay. Here's the raw version of it, really bad idea. Just you make somebody mistakes and hold were old enough to know better. I've always been old enough to know better. It's it's that be like a baseball player taking a month off doing nothing. And then trying to hit off the best pitcher in the world..
"twenty six minutes" Discussed on About to Review
"Like, the textures that they are able to maintain not maintained but achieve these days like the wispy hair like the stitching on the clothing. I mean, it was what other fills his studio done elimination. They did the minions ones. Oh, there would DreamWorks. I think so elimination studios there were a couple of other ones. Let me pull that up. Illuminate and imagine learning studio, aluminum entertainment arrogant. Despicable me sing secret life of pets. Minions. Okay. Gotcha. So yeah. It's under the track record, definitely. And that they're making like a secret life of pets too. So we just got the trailer one of yes the Grinch. We all know the story of the Grinch who stole Christmas was interesting is when I was looking up the original one before we were watching the film was talking to some of our other friends and critics and they're like, yeah. You know, the other one is about an hour long. And I was like I feel like it would way short on that. They're like, I don't know pull it up twenty six minutes. Original one. The original cartoon is only twenty six minutes. Short like, it is breezy. Some of us. Remember watching it on TV? So with commercial breaks, maybe forty minutes but best twenty six minutes. They take a lot of creative liberties with this moving to me, I felt like that actually was a benefit one of which being the Grinch is not just the complete a whole that. He is in the original call he the in the original one he hates max. Like, you never really feel connected to this dog knows like you're just me. He's a grant just I would say, yeah. I I don't know. But in this one he'll mortars grumpy like he has more like more surly max is completely faithful and loyal and loves him. And he actually kinda loves him back, even before his heart grows, two times bigger like they actually have like a companionship a friendship that was good too. See because then it actually can of made more sense is not just this borderline evil person at the top of the mountain who hates old who's one point. He runs out of groceries. So he has to go down into town, but she hates doing. And of course, everybody there was like, hey, how're you doing? And they're just happy. It was just like a hate all of you. Keenan Thompson, though, the voice of one of the characters who is the grinches kind of enemy because this guy is just perpetually happy and it lives Christmas is Christmas displays bigger than ever..
"twenty six minutes" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Crime scenes stole five vehicles three at gunpoint and face gun shots from officers from three different agencies. Why I'm going to ask you guy. Right. You guys right now out the gates. How much do you think an astounding amount of time is okay. So how long do you can go either first Tig Ortega's between the two of us or third when you get how much time do you think it took him to create ten get shot by sties stolen vehicles and get shot up by three different agencies. Well, I mean, first of all still five vehicles in the town. You know, billions is not town. That's like a four. That's like a four and a half miles across town. I mean that means like every six stop light. He's getting out of his car and stealing another. Yeah. I mean, I I would say twenty six minutes twenty six minutes from momento. Jason Randy j I'm gonna say forty nine minutes forty nine. Minutes. They said astounding. Yeah. But still takes time. I'm going to say an hour. Six an hour six. Okay. Now, we're six from Randy forty nine minutes and twenty six minutes. I went like this is like the price is right. Just for no reason going to stick with it. I'm gonna stay with it. I'm gonna tell you guys right now. One of you is only one minute all. Oh, how can we guess who is? Okay. So who do you think is only one minute off? I think I'm right. I'm gonna stick with myself twenty six from Jay. I'm right. I I know I I I think mos- right. Okay. Those right. Astounding astounding. Yeah. That's I I'm sure I could steal these three cars in forty eight minutes the club in my car right now, five minutes. Do you have a club in your old school? We've got an old school. I got an old car. I want an old theft deterrent Facebook page has a lot of people pictures we were talking about the club on this show. Like, I don't know. He said who's got the? I didn't pictures of you in your club. And I guess the clubs because my feeling I watch a shitload of these lockup prison shows criminals lazy. They're lazy fuel. That's why they do crime. If they feel decided like every other car here doesn't have a good. Why don't I go with one of the? That's right. There's a thousand Honda's kids this parking lot. Just one of them has a club. It's done the annoyance of time is a deterrent. I and they feel like this guy's life is so sad. He has to have a club. He needs that. What is he what is he a touring comedian podcast is the guy yourselves.
"twenty six minutes" Discussed on Full Court Press
"Ten minutes in chevelle, even zodda those guys equa dollar can well, he'd be healthy in the playoffs. Livingston is the guy said some major injuries his career. So he started out of the questions. So for me, I'm I'm talking about expecting this tune to be the one seed and expecting this team to go to the finals and this team being the favourite to win when they get to the finals. Some talking about taking them down a notch, a two and being a little bit more a little bit less invincible than they've been in the past is what I'm talking about. Damian Jones. Was there starting Senator up at night and played what? Twenty? Five, twenty six minutes numbers were good played pretty well. You know, did his job kevon looney came in off the bench played some minutes easily easily led the team in the box score plus minus easily doing his job. You got your Revco off the bench, but they'll probably pick up a couple of pieces here and there as the season goes along. And DeMarcus, when he comes back is he gonna be anywhere close to hundred percent at any point this season coming back from the achilles injury and really last year was the first year I thought we saw the boredom factor sort of set in a little bit for Golden State. They've just been so dominant in and set it in the past. The dominance isn't just about elite talent. Yes, they've had the best talent in the NBA for several years in a row, but they also have the team that pays the most attention to detail and executes on the finest details of the game. Better than anyone regardless of talent in thought last year, you just saw a little bit of boredom factor, sit in where maybe not, you know that same with such detail for forty eight minutes. Instead, you see it for thirty five thirty six minutes and then they turn it on. You saw that in game one. Guess Cleveland when they were gold, stay played sloppy, unfocused basketball, and Cleveland had the game bright in front of them. Of course, the infamous play with JR and all that stuff in as soon as that game with over time you saw Cleveland was done. So this questions for me this year is can they void the boredom factor? If I were Golden State, I try to get somebody in that top eight. A new player with some energy is some life, real hustle type of player who just changes the pace and changes to energy in the vibe of the game when they go into the game and they're probably gonna need one more player that five spot because they like. Having three guys go in, take the physicality take some of the abuse so that the other guys on the floor don't have to take that. So to me their quarter step or half step below where they've been in the past and but they could definitely address that as the season goes along. Yeah, I think Pat McCaw support into this team just because they don't have so much depth. If if Livingston goes down, Quinn cooks imported to this team because for example, step assist, I'm going to put Stephan Quinn cook. Quint couldn't go get twenty five points and almost any game. If you give him the shos up, do it. He didn't. He can score the basketball team defender. He is what have you, but just in terms of random Tuesday night game, but McCall's important to them. I agree. It's really interesting that they have three young centers that are gonna play until DeMarcus is back. But here's the biggest question I have..
"twenty six minutes" Discussed on The Good Place: The Podcast
"That was like a real thing. It is it. It was a fine reveal when he lied about everything and showed himself to like, have this calculating demeanor that he also really was just tickled. Yeah. Well, they also, those are the best way to lie to have like a nugget of truth or have as much as possible. And so you always like, you know, so much of Michael's personality is actually who he really is. Thanks and it's also why visit demon could really have switched. I think, you know, because all along, he did have this real fascination and appreciation for humans, mid sense, sort of gone out on a limb like that. Exactly. There's a moment right before the lens crafters thing where Michael Jones up and says, genital friend and it just this really sweet little moment. You just realize, wow. Yeah, the these people have been together for for hundreds of years in the afterlife doing all these reboots. You know, they've been through so much, and so just that moment, I don't know. It gets me everytime Janet just holds food to be nice call like, oh. Oh, they were at the froyo. Yes. Let's talk about cut scenes. Are we allowed to sure up? Okay. Because this one I feel I can think of two and it's all airi'q amount. This was the hardest episode of the year to cut. And the reason is most episodes have an a story abuse. Jury may be see story. This one had four separate stories that really serve start together in the beginning and then break apart and then come back in and we just could not figure out a way to have them all in and preserve any kind of flow or resume or give any the scenes there do. We kept them all in. So we basically had to sacrifice most of the Michael Jenner story so apologies. But the good thing about this show is that don't know if you've talked about this, but usually if you months after the upsets air, there was an extended version of the so that's released. And the extended episode of this Senate version of this episode will be the longest one we've ever done and it was forty minutes. Twenty six minutes which which which is five minutes long. Usually it's a conditional two minutes. And it's so good. Like this is like the app. The extended version of this episode is amazing. Cut that simultaneous like young when you deliver the finished twenty one thirty episode twenty one minutes thirty. Second episode. You then give the extended. Do we get it on the twenty one thirty? And then Mike and I sit there and we read the script and we just go, oh, wow, because that highlight a paragraph. And then like we, you know, because we forget what we cut sure. Or at least I do. Mike tend to remember better than I do. But but we so we create this this text document which is literally everything we've cut, and then we decide we didn't really need that, oh, God, we missed that. We got that back in and we create the extended cut based on those snippets that we have been reassemble into the standard versions. As like I said, most most most like twenty three minutes, four minutes. This is twenty six minutes. It's so great and there's literally, usually we cut like, you know, half a scene to get it down to time or, you know a chunk here they are. They're three hole seems that we. Separate locations that we didn't see in that real and they're all really great. And I see it about extended cuts to is that they're like cannon. There's been times in the writer's room have been like, okay, that thing that matters. Like that didn't air, but it did air in the extent. So that is canon because we like we don't want it to just be like random extra jokes that we throw in, and I feel like we've had to dig through cuddling before. Can we talk about canon? Yes, moves that come from anyone know. So make such a nerd right? Why does anybody like why? Why do we say that?.
Newfoundland Carlson, Rowing and Saint Mary discussed on 24 Hour News
"For rowing solo across the Atlantic Ocean Bryce Carlson arrived at Saint Mary's off England South western tip late Saturday he, made the two thousand mile trip in thirty eight days. Six hours and. Forty nine minutes after setting off on his twenty foot boat from Newfoundland Carlson capsized several times and endured highway Waves and the remnants of a hurricane during. His journey the ocean rowing society listed Carlson's, time on its website Sunday. As the fastest for a west to east unsupported solo row the previous record was fifty three days eight hours and twenty six minutes Carlson also was, the first American to complete the feat There's some good news for those in desperate need of. A kidney transplant AP's Jackie. Quinn reports a new study finds patients who received the Oregon, from donors with hepatitis c. were able. To overcome the disease it was a bold experiment with a very small group of patients so desperate for kidney transplant they agree to get organs infected. With hepatitis c. so. Far it was the right move researchers say those, organs for about twenty patients are working well thanks to medication that eliminated the virus they say the results suggest that diseased. Organs that are currently going to waste might be used to reduce the weight for.
Kathleen Turner discusses Trump's 'gross' handshake
"A couple of weeks in the midterms this, November we're, lousy with campaign signs right now. We really could rename this the valley of the, sign some cities try to regulate campaign. Signs but freedom of speech usually wins out which, doesn't exactly Lead to freedom to see much, of anything else at some intersections over the last few days somebody or somebody's took action to face the signs of. Some candidates sneaking suspicion this has less to do with, trying to rid us of the signs and more of a wish to rid us of certain candidates someone chopped up Kelli ward sign so that it now reads serve war. US Senate but the piece of resistance I saw, was a modification of a sign for corporation commission candidate, Rodney Glassman he probably now feels a, little bit of a kinship with Kramer from Seinfeld Asni These. Don't belong to me I'm not the ass man I think there's been a mistake All right the twelve year old me, thinks this stuff's funny but the truth is if you're caught, the facing a campaign. Sign you could get more. Than just a few days. In jail a fine and probation Maybe a better punishment would be to force them to listen to a speech from the candidate who signed they, destroyed forty seven. Times at a role there's an incentive by the way ask man is not the worst case of campaign signed tomfoolery, I witnessed in Arizona politics that would have occurred back on July twenty first two thousand ten you see the night before the, rubber inflatable. Dam that used to, hold back the water and Tempe town lake failed and the lake, emptied as the sun rose on a muddy bottomed riverbed what his what Tempe, town lake is without any water political science for that year's midterm election could be seen dotting the. Landscape from. Shore to former shore and somehow I don't think, they were put there to reach scuba diving voters join Jim Sharpe, and Jamie west tomorrow morning at five for zone is morning, news on KTAR news It's five eleven it is a big day in, politics with primaries in four states and a high stakes special election in the buckeyes state tonight all eyes on the high stakes, special election. In Ohio's twelfth district, the race a dead heat in a deep red district President Trump, won this Stitcher in Ohio by eleven points just two years ago. Troy boulders? And come on up and he's throwing his arms around Republican Tori boulder send a two-term state Senator His opponent Thirty-one-year-old Democrats Danny O'Connor ABC's Tara Palmeri we've heard of people complaining about President Trump because. Of a lot of things well now there's. Something else being added to the list now he's being criticized for his handshake in a new interview with Volker actress Kathleen Turner calls Trump's. Handshake gross because he uses his index finger to rub the inside. Of your wrist she claims that Trump, is trying to do some. Kind of seductive intimacy move would the. Handshake Bob, McClay. KTAR news with so many wildfires burning right now in California resources are coming up short Amazonia firefighters are already there helping out. But now firefighters are being brought, in from as far away as, New Zealand, and Australia and active duty soldiers are being trained as firefighters Christians across China have seen their churches rated and their bibles, confiscated amid the eighth easiest ruling communist parties ambitious new effort to dictate, and in, some cases displace the practice A faith coming up on five thirteen and here's what we're working on Sapna indicate TR newsroom it's. A modern twist on the old loss dog poster KTAR's Taylor Kiner. Up has more on how miracle the, county's new partnership is working. To reunite lost pets and their owners Maricopa county's animal Karen controls new partnership with a group called finding Rover is using. Facial recognition software to help relocate pets Jose Santiago with. County animal care and control says the website is simple to use go onto the website finding. River dot, com you upload your pets photo you fill out the information concerning not only, you but your pet as well it's a free service, and the database does the rest. The database then pulls, all the pictures of animals in their system. With similar facial- facial features Santiago says they hope this will ease overcrowding in county shelters live from the newsroom Taylor interrupt KTAR news Hopefully lots more pets. Will be reunited with this all right let's check on your drive home now here's. The tour Dan valley Chevy dealers traffic center it looks like they're still about five freeway snags but all lanes are open that's the important news in this traffic report we've got some right times I'll touch on in a minute. For the east valley but for now southbound what a what Pima freeway at rain tree wreck off to the right southbound one zero one hour for you. You've got a wreck approaching McDowell also off right, and you've got. A crash on the, northbound two zero two red mountain freeway university on ramp. It is also off to, the right broken waterline restrictions along Scottsdale road this afternoon this is going to be in the area of Osborne just south of. Be prepared for restrictions there, and a twenty six minute ride, eastbound ten seventeen split, down to the two. Zero two Santan twenty five minutes on the sixty eastbound I ten east Ellsworth only an extra minute though..
Bryce Carlson, Atlantic Ocean and Pentagon discussed on 24 Hour News
"High school science teacher has set a new record for rowing solo across the Atlantic Ocean. Bryce Carlson arrived at. Saint Mary's off England South western tip late Saturday he made the two thousand mile trip in thirty eight days six hours and. Forty nine minutes after setting off on his twenty foot boat from Newfoundland, Carlson capsized several times and endured high waves and the remnants of a hurricane during his journey the ocean rowing society listed Carlson's time on its website Sunday as the fastest for a west to, east I'm supported, solo, row the previous record was fifty three days eight. Hours and twenty six minutes Carlson also was the first American to complete the feat The military is restricting the use of fitness trackers and other devices. AP Washington correspondent saga megani reports it'll apply to troops and others at. Some sensitive airbase inside warzone a new Pentagon orders says troops and other personnel those areas won't be allowed to use the trackers or cellphone applications that, can give a user's GPS details to social. Media the memo says technologies that can pinpoint someone's, location poses significant risk the capabilities have to be turned, off in certain areas the order does not actually. Banned the devices military. Leaders will determine if troops can use the GPS function based on the security threat in their region saga megani at the Pentagon Winnie.
"twenty six minutes" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Listening to you today on radio for with. Martha Kearney at h. n. p. ISIS in. South London and Michelle Hussein in the studio it's twenty nine. Minutes to eight Kathy Clarkston has a summary at the knees the Red Cross has said at least fifty people have been killed by wildfires. In Greece report suggests twenty six of the victims were found dead at one location close to. The coastal ton of ruffina more than one hundred people have been injured the government is set to announce new pay. Awards for a million workers in the public sector the move is expected to underline that the one. Percent cap on, wages I breached last year has been decisively broken it's likely that individual departments, will have to use their own funds to, pay, them US-based monitors say North Korea have begun dismantling of rocket. Engine testing facility seen as instrumental in the development of the country's ballistic missile program the group. Thirty at north says satellite images show buildings at the Seward hey site being taken down the move suggests Kim Jong. UN may be fulfilling promise made to President Trump to destroy an engine test site The former archbishop of Canterbury George Carey is to be, cross examined, for the first time about his role in the alleged cover-up of sexual abuse by a disgraced church of England Bishop Peter bull. Who stood diners Bishop of Gloucester, in nineteen, Ninety-three was jailed three years, ago, after admitting to the. Sexual exploitation of eighteen vulnerable young men Lord Carey will give evidence to the independent inquiry into child sexual abuse The supreme court is set to decide whether the. Scottish parliament went beyond its powers bypassing an alternative Brexit low to Westminster the UK on Scottish government's couldn't agree over what would happen to pars over agriculture, fishing the environment post Brexit so they each publish their own separate legislation Eleven members of the Thai youth football team and, their coach who were trapped in an. Underground cave for two weeks to begin the process of becoming novice Buddhist monks the group, will spend nine days. At Amman a straight meditating praying and cleaning Ferrick services on. The m twenty five near the Dartford crossing has been named the worst in England by motorists transport focus ask people to comment. On subjects such as food staffing and? Toilets it's twenty six minutes to eight the government called it a rehabilitation. Revolution. It said that prisoners would be met at. The gates by a mentor who helped them turn. Their back on crime, for, good but how far did these changes work the system. Has been repeatedly criticised by the chief inspector predation Dame Glenys Stacey she's questioned with reforms will ever reduce re-offending we'll be hearing from her life in a moment but. First our reporters Zoe Conway has been speaking, to recently released, prisoners in Birmingham Can I give you a for freedom Congratulations getting, outside Birmingham prison charity work Murray Clara. Brian is greasing prisoners on their release what's it like through that gate like literally before, the gates opened on shakin with luck excitement Samuel has just. Got out after three months inside yet Just exciting wasn't anything elated is a good way he's got a letter from the. Probation service telling him that he'll be collected and taken to his, probation, appointment but nobody's turned up so. What does this let's say you will be collected. At the prison gate. After release and. Taken to, the office to complete the interview if. Successful you'll be taking your accommodation but his neighbor to hear unfortunately to make young man, at all seems like they've really got everything so it out Can you just. Introduce yourself when is married Clara Brian and on the managing, director of the newly initiative directly in the West Midlands what do you make of what we've. Just, heard and I think it's pretty typical. Really the confusion felt by the prisoner we're sending people into a quagmire of resettlement barriers and issues NASA has just served eight months you don't feel. Like you, really. Got enough support to try and. Find a job or they got me to. Do was, a false. About employability would you like. A job to go to now Libby wonderful absolutely wonderful together home to a job now that you're not gonna, fall back into the. Same also I cut, off hanging with it yet so doing drugs not working doing prime to fund their drug habit and ended up in. Prison at a drop in center run by the news charity I, mean, Gareth he was released two months..
The Tour de France’s male-only past time is under the microscope
"Think that they, knowingly or recklessly did that, incorrectly then under the law that is a matter for the police so we. Have referred the responsible persons for both believe and leave to the police could they go to jail that's a matter for the police and for, the courts we just refer it to the And it's for them to look at, that thank? You very much indeed clever chief executive twenty six minutes, past seven time for the sport and here's Rob Johnson, thanks game or Cristiano Renaldo from romanucci eventers for the rough equivalent of one hundred million. Pounds, he says he remains motivated at the age of thirty three and now maybe in hazard from Chelsea Theriault these the first post World Cup. Movements of the European transfer America around with Manchester, United defender deli lint also, involved he's on his way back. To is well eight time champion you're saying, bolt is to have. A six week trial with the Australian? A. League side central coast Mariners he's, already trained with Bundesliga club Dortmund elsewhere and fifty four hundred out of first century of the season for Alice Dohuk playing for England lands against India a, he was seeking practice, ahead of the test series also against. India which starts in August but today but it's the decisive third of three one. Day internationals against India at? Headingley level at one all more with our correspondent John, from now but now to the Tour de France, which resumes, this. Morning with the first of the mountain stages in the Alps but also today Lacoste for women riders last summer it took place over two days this year, it's, just a one stage following the same route as the men but, some fifty kilometres also, shorter Tom, Ford is presented the BBC cars per spoke at the tour is on the line Tom this year's LA courses in many respects regarded as. Deeply unsatisfactory isn't it Good morning of it is because as you say it was. Two days long a year ago we contrast, it with what happens at Jiro d'italia the first of cycling's annual three grand tours the race for women there is a. Ten day race that Jiro Orosa call it it's run. Separately it finished on Sunday, but there is a good commitment from that race to provide a proper and fulfilling competition, for female riders the tour is coming under a lot of criticism from female. Writers and those who run their teams the company. Who organizes the tour de France ASO made. A forty million euro prophet in twenty-six complaints that that money should, be invested into women's sport into. A race the reflects. The abilities and the strengths of women slightly the ASO though is. Saying, isn't it the practical and financial difficulties in making Lakos along, or event They do because there is a, vast circus that follows the tour de France, around this country every year in terms of the number of support vehicles the journalists the spectators, equally that it used. To be much longer race for women from nine thousand nine. Hundred forty one. Thousand nine hundred eighty, eight there was something called the tour de France Femina which ran for a long time so there was. A feet within cycling we're reaching quite a critical point is the sport gonna commit to providing proper. Races for women on the road or is, it going to continue throwing out what some in the sport might consider to be crumbs meanwhile we're hearing that team skies. Defending champion Chris room is keen for teammate grind Thomas. To try the leader's yellow, jersey Thomas currently second crew from eight what do you make of that It's. A fascinating little battle, within a battle rob so in the race for the yellow jersey Gary Thomas, is forty three seconds down. On the, current holder effect jersey Greg van Avmark he's, the Belgian who won the Olympic road race title in two thousand sixteen from is a further. Minute down it gets interesting now because we're in the high mountains and the high mountains of where the big difference is thought to come between the, ride is, is not particularly strong in the mountains guarantee is strong so there's a very real chance to Thomas could go into the yellow jersey later. On today now from of course is the four time champion of the tour de..
"twenty six minutes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Mike gallagher twenty six minutes before the hour i'm in the chatroom tim tim whose are sort of unofficial moderator is not happy not happy i mean it's it's it cracks me up there was kind of an acknowledgement that everybody on that list of twenty five people everybody on that list was a reliable consistent constitutionalist conservative every one of them and the bottom line here is that get a little frustrated it's a little shades of the never trumpers stuff but you get a selection that seems to be as perfect as brett cavanaugh the only thing that threatens it is sort of the conspiracy theories the kind of the well his wife was a bush was george bush's secretary and he's he's a rhino he's not a rhino no one thinks he's a rhino no you look at his body of work tim this is not somebody who is a fake conservative he's an he's got impeccable conservative bona fides and you know what are they always say about the the the the enemy of the good i was get that phrase mixed up eric what does that phrase don't let perfect be the enemy of the good to me perfection would have been the young amy coney barrett because i just love the optics of it the optics here's this young talented respected jurist and for all those who who hate trump who call him a misogynist kind of hard to argue misogyny when you're putting another woman on the supreme court but that that's to me the optics don't really matter what matters is getting the job done and it just it fascinates me show much and it and it's in a way it's just kind of frustrating that we are contentious enough disorder but heads the way we have you know i mean there's no reason to butt heads and continually continually look for the negative there's too much positive going on right now and frankly again as as i've said from the outset the election of donald trump in november of two thousand sixteen was magnificently validated last night magnificently validated and it's it's a good feeling it's a good feeling and and the and the contrast between the democrats right now and the republicans couldn't be better it couldn't be stronger it couldn't be more impactful dick durbin is not some fly by night junior you know state senator he's a powerful powerful united states senator from the state of illinois he goes on tv sunday i'm not kidding you i didn't even put it up there i didn't even deal with this yesterday 'cause i was i was so angry i was i was genuinely afraid of shane something that would get me in trouble he's on what what was it meet the press and meet the press chuck todd says before we get started with anything political let's acknowledge the great work the rescuers are doing in northern thailand right senator durbin listen to this guy's answer all he had to do say we're praying for the families and the kids in the coach listen to this guy's.
"twenty six minutes" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"Car and get gather all the clothes and trying to few things first and then just run my final choices by men say they try to avoid shopping with their women whenever possible one in four guys have left left her at the mall and driven home because they couldn't take it anymore there are women who will be like oh no this is what i'm doing today this is what i'm doing all day today today is shopping pop some tags is out shopping is just thanks to this little handy device yeah this is my windows phone but whatever whichever one you use i can if i can find a seat yeah i'm good just sit here a look at twitter or read the paper whatever a look up when you say what do you think get back to my my book or whatever it is zombies and this battery dies oh now i forget the twenty six minutes twenty six seconds that's all you got so yeah the phone is of nice boredom alleviated oh works so good that's exactly when it comes in most handy anything i really like about the phone is it makes it easier to eat alone in a restaurant even if you're not on the phone because anybody else's because the east you know like you sit down restaurant and you of like it's weird because you're alone and you look around and you kind of have to you know pull a book out or whatever and now you look around and everyone is on their phones you can just like people watch and stare at people or look at your own phone you trip out eating alone i've felt weird eating alone before or if you're waiting for someone and they're going to be in your already there and you're waiting and just nice to look around and nobody's paying any attention anybody anymore these days is fantastic i like eating alone i don't have to think about by outraced the people at the table now i i don't like to eat myself and be like if i'm having dinner with someone and they show up late i order already and then by the time they arrived my food arrives i know it's bad but i'm starving but i don't wanna eat and then have to sit and watch them eat you give a cushion though ten minutes fifteen minutes well i mean this might sound bad but i order for them to oh and so all the food arrives just when they arrive and i'm like hey they have an what if they want something different not too bad you're late and you're paying for it sara many three new music backstreet boys don't go breaking my heart.
Fbi, Bishop Ford and Buffalo Grove discussed on Steve Cochran
"Power make your money on wgn futures are higher this morning after the major averages wiped out deficit yesterday that had been in place most of the day to finish the day higher the dow s and p five hundred nasdaq all have three day win streaks and have risen in four of the past five trading sessions dow futures this morning are up one hundred and forty points nasdaq and s and p futures are higher as well facebook shares about a percent lower after news broke yesterday it was facing a broadened probe of its sharing of data with cambridge analytica in addition the sec has started an investigation into the social network's public statements about cambridge analytica the fbi among the agencies joining the investigation with the justice department now wgn traffic with very just looking pretty good so far this morning on the edens especially the app on side of the kennedy twenty six minutes out to the airport inbound is fine troubles though in the two ninety extension inbound before eighty three and accident is off to the side car ran into a pole the right lane was blocked with equipment is slow from thorndale to eighty three there's heavy delays up on his well all the way out to fifty three it's about an hour out to fifty three forty two coming in and twentyeight from mannheim inbound side of the stevenson forty from the tristate the inbound ryan twenty two from ninety fifth bishop ford and fifty seven or not too bad toll as snow troubled spots to report but lakeshore drive northbound at belbow accident in the right lane and other in buffalo grove at lake cook road and fifty three for personalized traffic on demand get the traffic chicago app approved by the mortgage experts team hochburg just search t r a f f i x chicago mayor van baal wgn traffic central partly.
"twenty six minutes" Discussed on WTVN
"Do that and they they pulled it off i mean it was fantastic for those of you who don't know what the harmony project is it is people of all walks of life around central ohio who come together i'm talking about business professionals to homeless people and they make up this choir and they sing unbelievably and so they're going to be one hundred people showed up for the national anthem oh that's awesome really amazing you know all the producers were there for the recording they said it was really something else to see and and i think that's great that's people that come out there are supporting supporting robot and boom they're put putting themselves forward to have fun and ribbon boom there's a big impact you know took along this on this i mean a lot of businesses that the survive and build themselves up because of all the people that come into to columbus to see the show and that's important you know columbus is a great place to be and this show just showcases the downtown and i think i haven't found anybody that really hates columbus are coming downtown having fun well and you've moved kind of different locations you've kind of had to move different locations because of construction around downtown columbus a lot of construction that it did change the the venue a little bit we were veterans memorial for a number of years where's the best place to see it this year downtown columbus wear down all the secrets there is a great place you want to be close to this show to see all those shells coming out of the racks and it is so impressive i mean i'm close as anybody can get and i'm impressed every time i it's it's a new show i have a great time and i've been on the streets a lotta shows getting ideas getting music picked out and you just have to be there to feel the impact concussion this show brings to you and you know in twenty six minutes you're going to be making plans for next year to come down and you pick out your spot twenty six minutes is time you think courtney i think it's gonna be great wait do we have to wait twenty six minutes to hear the harmony project song is that going to be the grand finale that's the first thing that'll be your national anthem i'm so excited about that and it's like i said it's the soundtrack came out really fabulous with all the engineers and earning putting it together for us so that we took the soundtrack put all shows together worked on it for nine months just to make this show happen and the creativity and everything that i work with pyrotechnic own ralph chiapa deal comes at a table that early impressive or by he's he's so fabulous putting shells together and listening to the music and then we talk sometimes ten o'clock midnight one o'clock in the morning just of looking at the show content and figuring what we're gonna do next we're downtown columbus what does it every hour on the hour you hear the big cannon well we started actually five thirty now okay down there and then kind of catch them off guard because i watch a lot of people don't realize what's going to happen or they're putting their hands on their ears and wait for somebody to drop it down a little or no surprising well i remember the one year he asked me to help with the cannon that was one of the coolest things and they're pretty cool yeah those those gentlemen from the state house come out to shoot the civil war cannon for us to get the crowd excited and we shoot a bunch of shells off for it but there is a first class act to see i mean you'll see the canon down there come along rich street long the bridge and you'll see that that cannon fire starting at five thirty which kicks off the parade we actually moved to print up a half hour early so we're starting at five thirty and just the praise has got a large content of people in there it's it's gonna be great prayed to see well we want to hear your memories of red white and bill have you gone down to columbus and did you enjoy it or maybe it didn't enjoy it.
W2W4 at French Open - How Sloane Stephens can turn her misfortunes vs. Simona Halep into triumph
"Now at twenty six minutes past the hour column harrison with me starting with basketball column the golden state warriors are still the nba champions they are indeed gillian yeah the cleveland cavaliers one hundred eight to eighty five in game four the finals which means they won the series four nil the first sweet since san antonio beat cleveland in two thousand and seven steph curry with thirty seven points he came thirty seven points in game four makes the golden state warriors the first back to back champion since the lakers in two thousand ten kevin durant though is named the most valuable player so another snub i think they're for steph curry he has durant wins the title again tennis the women's final at the french open is today and there is going to be a new name on the trophy there is it's either going to be simona halep who's the world number one or sloan stevens the number two ten seed now stevens is the us open champion says she's had me to win his second grand slam title in three events simona halep despite being world number one has never won a grand slam she lost australia earlier this year he's also two previous finals in france so he sent me to make it third time lucky we can hear from both starting with how having to make it up for make up for losing last his final at roland garros it's a very special moment and to be able to play to financing lot for me and as you all know it's my favorite wrestler my feel like home here it's it's nice to be to face another big challenge i'll just have a game plan and just try to execute the best i can go out there it's just mainly about competing obviously no one's going to hand you the match grand final so he'd have to go out there and get after it and make sure you play report and try to execute your game plan specifies possible let's talk about it the sporting history rugby union when south africa play england in the first test in johannesburg this afternoon there will be history made there will so i figured the first test match back in eighteen ninety one and now after one hundred and twenty seven years four hundred eighty six test matches the springboks will have.
"twenty six minutes" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists
"So eight minutes to do one hundred pull ups two hundred push ups and three hundred squats that's insanity wow that is crazy the next person dylan schroeder he did it in twenty six minutes jeffrey moreau twenty six minutes twenty four seconds austin child's twenty seven minutes wow this is just nuts so i'm kind of eliminating all the modified people i don't know what this this first one has to be a type right like the well there's i'm sure we got a cross fitter inlets listening to us so go ahead and email us some in educators tell us what we're missile i know we have one listener whose across fitter who did the murph challenge day a dentist in houston named katie and so she posted all about her murph and then after her murph she posted a picture of her hands oh it's not pretty lance okay now i mean it's i don't even know how it's it's a dime sized blister on the palm of her hand around her ring finger and then it's a line of blister i'm presuming from the pull up bar across the palm of her hand a blister in a line across the palm of her hand she's a dentist lance after work she's gonna have to put gloves on over that all day long and hopefully no patient saw that she is now hobbled gonna try to i brooklyn a finger fifteen years ago and i had a splint and i always put my gloves on because i i had i couldn't it was my middle finger to and i had to put my gloves on a middle fingers.
Van strikes pedestrians in Toronto, killing 10 and injuring 15 -- live updates
"Toronto van attack this is the four thirty report i'm troy adams breaking now people were injured in farming and a few years back another individual was run over as well so all four people were victims and passed away toronto police say that at least ten people have died following a van attack on a busy street more in an update from abc news ten fifteen injured after a van barrel down pedestrians on the busiest street in toronto the van was going quite fast witnesses here have said and anyone in its path was mowed down why toronto police chief mark saunders still doesn't know there's nothing that we have on on on him right now though not previously known to police the van driver twenty five year old alex minassian of ontario appears to have deliberately toppled people one after the other canadian authorities said there's no apparent connection to terrorism it was all of twenty six minutes from the time it started to the time the driver was take taken into custody aaron katersky abc news toronto menasian will appear in court in the morning west mac leaves in his richmond hill neighbourhood of toronto this is our first great tragedy of this kind in the toronto area and try will never be the same again the white house issued a statement of sympathy and support candidates prime minister justin trudeau will discuss the attack in the morning sharon reed abc news now the latest traffic and weather together the on southbound seventy one the left lane is closed due to a roadwork between william howard taft road and the lytle tunnel other than that we're not seeing any major lazer accidents on tri state highways at this hour just a few wet roads out there if you see any issues give us a call for two one six three nine seven now forecast from the exergen temporal scanner weather center and iheartradio station tonight.
"twenty six minutes" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Is he was a godsend with a when you look at it as a bookie fouling out and having early foul problems you're absolutely right is the they kansas would have been absolutely screwed you know let's just say it if they don't have to sosa coming on he played twenty six minutes buki there's a starter he only played nineteen minutes and that's yeah regulation and overtime he felt out so between regulation overtime pay the total of nineteen minutes because he found out wasn't available for overtime so you have the socio playing twenty six minutes playing more minutes than the starter and while he only scores four points is ten rebounds and you compare to marvin bagley marvin bagley the third marvin bagley had ten rebounds in forty four minutes from an efficiency standpoint you've got to sosa playing i don't know probably something like fifty five percent of the midst here half the minutes and same number of rebounds that's a pretty high rebounding efficiency rate and a nice job by by the sosa if he's not there they don't win this game as simple as that let's go to how about philip and freeport was oh my lord i you know what i decided to go for it i love maybe baby drunk the sister jean koolaid but i love the motion offense of of loyal chicago ideal and a coach i mean i mean these guys going into the final four you know what snowball's chance in heck that anyone had them going there.
"twenty six minutes" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"Really get the separation on kinda stop pivot back to that right handed hook shot he'll do that a lot dr hard left and then pivot back to a right hand hogan that's not really a great shot for him we talked about how he leads the nba with the most shots this season from floater engineers shooting a below average slightly below average thirty nine percent on those shots at today was a good example that these are difficult contested looks it's not the just came off the pick and roll defenders behind me the biggest lang back i got plenty of room to throw up this photo that's a tough contested look at the fact that he was able to take advantage on like boy on who i think has been much better defensively this year but still is pretty limited physically it's you you'd hope that he could create a few more shots in that mentioned also interesting that the only play him thirty minutes again i and i'm not sure why that is why he wouldn't played more in this one but you're playing belen elliott twenty six minutes he was negative eight mcabe twenty minutes he was negative for eighteen it you might like to see them play some into a little bit more even though he wasn't incredibly effective in this one up but i mean this is a you mentioned that the the sixers lost this one because they didn't get as many shots in the pieces were five hundred twenty four on three pointers in still managed to win this game and i thought this could have been even more in the pacers favor if they had just hit some shots like boy on was over five on some pretty good looks from downtown ola depot struggled as well turner was the only guy really was able to hit anything from beyond as a marching there were also two charges that really bothered me in this game.