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Winners and losers from the NFL franchise tag deadline
"The best of both worlds 'cause you're not breaking the bank for a guy who's still valuable you get keith him and as a team yeah it's the right way demand dramatic but if you're blunt you wanna you know you got your back called a yet though i called the blood if your ballot you want more guaranteed money for doing what you do yeah i'm with you i get it i totally get it other other guys obviously we told you that cal fuller was given the franc or excuse me the transition tagged by the bears the rams have used the franchise tag on lamarcus joyner their safety not sammy watkins the jaguars also did not use the franchise tag on alan robinson the carolina panthers have agreed to a new deal with kicker graham gonna know they were going to franchise him they said no to grow and former jagr's running back chris ivory has signed a twoyear deal with the bills dolphins owner stephen ross tries to clarify his stance on the national anthem a day after saying that all players on his team must stand for the anthem next year ross clarified his comments saying he would not force players involvement during the starspangled bang banner ross told the new york daily news yesterday that all their players will be standing and then decided that diet misconstrued right iif they weren't misconstrued i think he backed off of that when he got the blow by don't you think probably so steve kerr has spoken out about what he believes the nc aa in the nba should do with regard to one in don's and kind of the insularity topics involved in he says the ncaa should lead undrafted players returned to school i agree with him said players who leave college early for the nba but go on drafted should be allowed by the nc aa to reduce returned to school the reason he can is because once you sign with an agent you're no longer eligible i'm i'm gonna steve kerr if you had to go back to school if you choose right i'm four that too but how may that's a very small group.
Florida Senate rejects ban on assault weapons, votes to arm teachers
"In midtown wins news time one the forty eight the idea of arming teachers in new york may not even be an option after an upcoming voting in albany democrat state senator todd kamensky of long island has introduced a bill to in short teachers would not be armed and classrooms the bill would restrict guns to security and law enforcement personnel on campus all lee but it may be hard to get past the gop control senate state senate republicans blocked four other guncontrol bills last week and a rare saturday legislative session was held in the florida state senate on the agenda banning the ar fifteen the florida state senate approved the van and then minutes later defeated the bill florida's state legislature briefly accepted and then rejected a bill banning the sale of ar fifteen assault rifles the type of weapon used in the shooting at stormont douglas high school of voice vote in the state senate passed the amendment approving a twoyear moratorium on sales of the weapon and then reconsider the measure about fifteen minutes later florida lawmakers considered multiple measures aimed at reducing gun violence including spending billions of dollars for school safety and improving mental health services i'm bill michaels wins.
Florida Senate rejects ban on assault weapons
"The great voice of the great lakes seven sixty wjr detroit talking tariffs working on gun control i'm anne cates president trump could make a formal announcement this week about imposing tariffs on imported steel and aluminum john bolton ceo of the business roundtable tells fox news sunday that fixing the trade imbalance needs a multination approach you've got to get together with our friends and allies who all face the same problem put pressure on the chinese jointly because he can't do this individually and force the chinese to reform their practices it's not an easy task it's not as easy as waving your hand and putting tariffs on a whole bunch of other countries that are not the problem florida lawmakers have turned down a gun control measure florida state legislature briefly accepted and then rejected a bill banning the sale of ar fifteen assault rifles the type of weapon used in the shooting had stolen douglas high school of voice vote in the state senate passed the amendment approving a twoyear moratorium on sales of the weapon and then reconsidered the measure about fifteen minutes later florida lawmakers.
"twoyear" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Here's here's a great in and out story in an ounce story i go to in and out a couple of weeks ago and there was washington state or washington university but they were here to play another university in football and their two buses and both buses were filled with football players i got in line right before they did they got in line and the line went around out the door almost two their bus and i was in front of them but guess what i saw a guideline out behind them and i went wow that guy needs a burger he's an hour and a half away from getting his burger and he went in and waited behind the football team i love that guy and you know what if you play football on the college level you're not getting the number two with the diet coke you're getting double double triple triple double triple doubled the animals style they are going to be loading up and i have no idea how in and out never runs out of food i've never been to in in an hour they say sorry bob we have no more burgers and they don't have fraser's how the hell do they do that him huntley twoyear six five am 640 more stimulating to honor nhs trust it since 1901 parts 30th is national take a walk in the park day because hey does it love a walk in the park but why stop bear aarp is working to make our entire community more liveable for everyone so today is your day to get around town on safer sidewalks or thrive on safer streets it's even your day to advocate for change in the neighborhood because he aarp his here in our community working with you to make it safe and accessible for all go take on today and every day with aarp connect with them at a rp dot org slash los angeles you know what sure to get you busted for dui tela copy had two beers two hours ago i'm attorney darren cavagnaud key founder of one eight hundred no cops and i am advising you to shut up it's not just on tv you really have the right to remain.
"twoyear" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"So i thought well i'm going to go spend a few weeks storm chasing the u s and serendipity is as an amazing thing because i just you know stumbled upon some of the most impressive storms of our generation in in a in a twoyear span in uh you know only images that uh captured a lot of attention and ended up with the tv show about storm chasing in yeah it was not nobody really planned this it just it just kind of happened but you know my background is the photographer i'm not a meteorologist sir so i think what people are listening to this they might be at their desks at at work right now and uh this is this as the most exciting job in the entire world so someone who has this exciting cognitive adrenalinpumping day job deal read for escape what we would do you find yourself reading an awful lot i ever reader and it was interesting when i got a asked to be part of this event i was a little bit concerned because i'm i'm not a like i'm not a huge fan of i hope what she's a huge fan but i am my go to type of reading is nonfiction and i read a lot of know business books and and things that sort of i'm going to call elections almost like selfhelp kind of stuff and love biographies and in in love kinda like true crime in that sort of thing and so i can had this impressionable canada reads being you know it's it's all about novels and you know fiction rating that kind of thing and so i was really thrilled when i saw the long list than was able to.
"twoyear" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"I by myself a few years and i thought well what am i gonna do now so i thought well i'm gonna go spend a few weeks storm chasing the us and as serendipity is as an amazing thing because i just you know stumbled upon some of the most impressive storms of our generation in in a in a twoyear span in uh um you know live images that uh captured a lot of attention in ended up with the tv show about storm chasing in yeah it was not nobody really planned this it just it just kind of happens that you know my background is the photographer i'm not a meteorologists so so i think what people are listening to this they might be at their desks at at work right now and uh this is this as the most exciting job in the entire world there are someone who has this exciting combative adrenalinpumping day job do you read for escape what we would do you find yourself reading an awful lot i ever reader and it was interesting when i got a asked to be part of this event i was a little bit concerned because i'm i'm not a like i'm not a huge fan of a she's a huge fan but i am my go to type of reading is nonfiction and i read a lot of middle business books and and things that sort of i'm going to call elections almost like selfhelp kind of stuff and love biographies and in in love kinda like true crime in that sort of thing and so i can had this impressionable canada reads being you know it's it's all about novels and you know you know fiction rating that kind of thing and so i was really thrilled when i saw the long list and was able to.
"twoyear" Discussed on WGTK
"A twoyear budget deal that increases spending a twoyear budget deal republicans are in charge that continues to spend money we don't have a two year budget deal republicans are in control that adds to the debt and adds to the deficit increases domestic spending by sixty three billion dollars this fiscal year increases domestic spending by sixty eight billion dollars next fiscal year domestic nondefense discretionary spending goes up increases with the republicans in charge it's just pretty doggone depressing to me i got elected six seven years ago scream at about all the debt all the debt that obama and the democrats were placing on the backs of our kids in our grand kids that's what i said that's what i yelled about when i ran for congress in two thousand ten now we've got republicans doing the same thing during the same thing don't ever believe him again don't ever believe him again republicans i don't give a damn about democrats this is what they are this is what they do after last night please don't ever ever believe that republicans care about the debt they don't eight five five six four to fifty six hundred eight five five six four to fifty six hundred the by partisan budget act passed in the house last night the vast majority of republicans voted for it but half of the democrats voted for it bipartisanship huh a gas right increase the deficit increase the debt just increase spending you're in control your in charge just increase government spending eight five five six four to fifty six hundred it's a no chill friday it's a no chill friday joe walsh former congressman joe walsh back with you i hope you're doing well here we go.
"twoyear" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Grim seen um so far he still critical and if he is an almost twoyear veterans um he had smoked namley uh uh police apparently his father is also a detroit police officer although he was not working last night report live sandra mcneill w w j newsradio nine fifty wtmj news time 605 now to our other developing story op ed michigan state university luena simon out as president of ms you let's go live to charlie langton with more on the fallout charlie yeowah roberta to be honest with little early for students to be up if the surly of this hour two m s you but i am here on campus all the news is out now uh despite a of confidence a week or so ago by the image you trustees overwhelming calls now for ms your president will on assignment to resign she did submit a resignation last night all over the way that i miss you handled the larry nassar child sex abuse scandal the president simon has been the president since 2004 she's the first female president of m as you she manages a budget of one point three billion dollars enrollment is up a lot of good things to say about her but it was the way that she handled or this college handled the msc the larry nassar situation that did her m there was a two thousand fourteen title nine investigation that leonard simon admits she knew about but did not receive a report that zip her salary seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars that's the report anyway now the college ms you will begin the search for a new president three governors are maybe in the running anglert blanchard and grant home there could be others as well reporting live on the campus at michigan state university in these lansing charlie langton w j newsradio nine and there with the calls for her resignation have been growing louder and louder especially with the past a week and a half or so as his testimony had been given it larry nassar sentencing lists a good lazy bureau chief tim scuba find a with a tipping point was how she finally came.
"twoyear" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest
"Know what i think i'm getting a wrong end of this you never find out about it right so you don't know well as you can't mirant assent today but we'll we'll say it a twoyear affair who got the long it it like very emotionally involved at that point at that point what are the remaining eighteen years going to be really lucky him eighteen years of recriminations well no you've never find out right that's the key you never find out or you wanted to find a maybe it's better if you find out you you get into honey i'm extending your life by you in having affair with jim hr well then who gets to pick the is that of your spouse is choosing your spouse is to get seats there is obviously yes the answer's yes doing if if if you allowing it yeah then when you i guess he gets to him completely uglier thing what about the original question is framed the original question do would you have an affair extend your spouse with life by having a fair yeah i think you yes yeah i mean i don't know how that mechanism were yeah i get in trouble which every answer you pick with this quest you'll know because it's all benevolent you're only thinking of your spouse into the question is framed this itself right oh okay i'll raked the yard take out the garbage in all right i'll go have an unfair to extend your for twenty years but if you know i mean not to cast a pall on this but if you said it was your child you'd say yes and a second right oh yeah.
"twoyear" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Jets sign alex may darker cousins is he going to be the guy coach of this team for over a decade because nothing from award i've seat over three years would indicate that he is not say mistakes patten soontobe twenty two record over the last two years can you honestly call me tonight and make a compelling passion hard fought paik that this is your coach for years to come uk to give a fight we all whether or not he should be back next year border that's what they should be about walked up you can't sell me out bowls peter cautious the uk so because of that i got his pool plunked i'm going to go dr you would have been spot this year but at the end of the day you attended 22 of last year's you'll make megan sentenced ex we are going to differ trash that's route ahead for example but say bill o'brien give let girl but eased than texts great hat not because of job performance could happen because he and the general manager down there or not see not out you could get dole bri the twoyear young quarterback what do i saw the texas have had han garbage at quarterback it had a lot of bank us give o'brien a guy he can work with the playoffs he's gonna use that that is being applied else year after year after year since he's been it won't playoff games the two things that doubles cannot say that couch that's possbility maybe finding you an extraordinary vase and other possibility i had seen enough from todd bowles and three years to say for certain i don't think he's your longterm couch so because of that i am ready the bova that's all i picked jets will do that i don't i obeyed coach xia but we sit here four years from now do i think there's any chance doubles is coaching the jets in three or four years and say the odds that atta like plus five thousand number one because that's just the way that leak works coaches hired as we know two get fire unless of course year special your ballot check your cow your harbaugh your.
"twoyear" Discussed on WWL
"To talk to mike the twoyear here's the here's the know all of everything boards mike i love talking to you and it nice chilly morning this morning it sure is branded the fuel whitewater finally i think years from now people are going to be saying do you remember that twenty seventeen saints redskins game my goodness at at the thanksgiving meal people still wanted to talk about that or bob no matter where you go uh nowhere to wear i've been this week that bin talk that that level unbelievable fourthquarter they've ever see gene no haven't watched his team as a kid uh and throughout all those bad seasons and everything else uh it's it's the best uh uh a quote i've ever seen uh but especially in the superdome that there's no question about it it it is something that everyone's going to talk about uh for many many years from now and i think it's going to oddball done of course we we all remember when tom dmc set the record and his everybody who says they were there at the stadium that day we will have had two hundred thousand people in attendance and this game here it's it's going to be the same way i was there oh man it was his even people that were there at least forty percent of that stadium had left had hit the they will try to get traffic uh and so a lot of people that actually were there didn't see it actually what they might of wasch it outside a champion square or whatever but that was a leakage uh from the dawn would about five minutes weapon that football gave a lotta people left to try to get uh uh out of the traffic situation so uh yeah i i agree with you a bit about two billion people that i watched gypsies throughout the years uh it was like a hollywood's grip beadle a breeze is trying to.
"twoyear" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The university and lear field communications we are forbidden to stream the game currently ery 993 wibc regular programming will return following the posting show we appreciate your understanding now we continue with this special program from wibc news thanks for listening you would listen to dead man's liar the caribbean this crisis mode 93 wip see wired to the neck of his and his hand is wired party one man who walk wait what the fall of his body would pull the trigger on the i'm 93 wctc news director chris davis in 1872 tony curtis didn't have any money but he had some land on the west side of indianapolis he asked for a loan from meridian mortgage so that he could own the land outright and have the title carrots has claimed he wanted to develop the land and dick calls father millard who was still in charge the company at the time agreed to a twoyear mortgage it was extended after those two years were up that wasn't the only time 93 wip sees cj miller you knew that if you get alone you have to pay it back which creates this did not instead he got an extension and another a extension we'd meridian mortgage found out that creates its had some good offers from march grocery stores and some other businesses the by the land they encouraged him the cells since they call grit since refused even though he could have paid is mortgage off in made more than three hundred thousand dollars paul says during one meeting that the company offices in nineteen 76 gritz is became violently angry and millard hall grabbed him by the buys up in forced him out of the office win grit since took the ecole hostage he was less than one month from defaulting on the mortgage grit since believed meridian mortgage could have done a better job helping begin develop the land then he believe steve they wanted to own it and develop it themselves hall denies the claim and his new book couret since the knee he says they only wanted to get their money back well that's ducruet's its claim and he conjured up plenty of drama to bring attention to it what i and i didn't always aim at that time johny hand and.
"twoyear" Discussed on KOMO
"That is a success but i would say in embedded in that success is a sign of the failure to get any democratic buyin' whatsoever in terms of major legislation and even failing to get enough republican by and to get anything major passed in terms of will that you mentioned the big one healthcare that was the first thing out of the box that was something they all campaigned on and they couldn't even get the repeal of obamacare past that was of course a promise of his on the campaign trail trail the hill repeal and replace the affordable care act some of the other promises that he made because there were a lawsuit over that almost a twoyear campaign are the ones that are more important for him to keep than others i mean what is personally motivating ham from what you can sell well there there have been there are tremendous inconsistencies of course that have been pointed out time and time again with with president trump he times to t temps they go back and forth on a number of major issues but there are areas of truly solid consistency over over over really over decades with with with president trump one of those is on the issue of trade and on the issue of trying to you know seeing america's trade deficit is a big problem by the way you know water republicans in the past frankly worked at concerned about a trade deficits got that you're you have a economic theory of comparative advantage where you know you you were you know we're we're looking at the strict numbers of of of a trade deficit or create surpluses is almost irrelevant this president sees it as a major problem and so you know he he's too as you mentioned the trans pacific partnership you know talking about reopening nafta talking tough on trade with with with the chinese and south koreans still too early to tell how much he will actually do in this area but that seems to me to be a major motivate in thing for this president is trying to do something to to to deal to be tougher on trade less free trade more fair trade i think what strikes so many americans and you.
"twoyear" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Surprised at the astros gave him a twoyear deal because in two thousand sixteen he only made four starts he couldn't believe somebody had that level of interest and then i got charlie's version of those conversations and i'll never forget this charlie told buck martinez an i that he got a call from his agent who said hey twoyear deal seven million dollars and he thought it was in other words twoyear deal three point five million dollars per year and charlie was ecstatic any didn't understand that he got a two year 14 million dollars deal it was seven million dollars a year he couldn't believe that any team believed in him that much given that kind of money and then his deal was delayed over the next couple of days is any call his agents and he asked him hey what's going on in his age and explain look we're working through performance bonuses and charlie told this he said he was agent stop that just signed the deal like he couldn't believe someone gave net deal so to see the emotion on his face after he got that save in game 7 remarkable yeah i can awesome story and and i'm gonna go with the guy that you know he's closely connected with in terms of coming into pro ball and that's brian can't and yeah you know you look at it guy's been in the league for ten years or so and just you know seventime allstar whatever to gut the goal clause started with the atlanta braves and for bryant story brian has always been one of the best human beings or people in the game you know you and i we were in clubhouses allied you're talking to guys some guys will standoffish some guys embrace some guys are you know very candid everything else brian mccann is is he's in that grouping of you know fine human beings that are really good baseball players and so for me to see where he was last year even the sort of high aided that he took up you know signing as a free agent going to play in new york where i still think that uh you know even though you had a good experience you learn from it and it was it was she made some really good friend ultimately um.
"twoyear" Discussed on talkRADIO
"At his took radio for friday the twenty of september hearing headlines this morning is understood the prime minister tells a twoyear transitional period at an initial devos payment of 20 billion years when she makes a big his speech influenced isaf nucleus four minutes the says his country may test a hydrogen bomb on a impressive skari the pacific ocean meanwhile donald trump impose further sanctions on pyongyang salvatti people and companies that trade with the regime and facebook is to hand over the contents of a three thousand or three thousand adverts as part of their investigation into claims of interference in the us president of the presidential election that over the issue of originated from fake accounts linked to russia those yet headlines at 748 traffic weather latest welcome back rachel looking at the window iwr time to say goodbye to some of the kids today is the started the astronomical olsen it is the olsson equinox which is when the day and night is almost equal say he's food downhill to winter from from today and in the clutch tober and then it's waiting sir strictlies say that's alright an east is on the way they all good chilly start with klay fochi al mind driving this morning they'll be some warm sunshine across southern and eastern parts thoughts it's a different pitch in the know from west could have band of cloud and rain company by some really strong winds that you'll slowly pushing from the wax took a highs today eighteen degree say very nice in sunshine thumped name and tomorrow warm sunshine again across much of the uk after bit of a cloudy start remaining cloudy across northern england in southern scotland and small wesson windy arriving across the far northwest linked thank you very much at.
"twoyear" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Specifically concluded that dhaka had not been implemented in a fashion that allows sufficient discretion and dapa was four closed back congress's careful plan flows fall under the plan the trump administration will stop consume during new applications for legal status dated after today but will allow any dacca recipients were the permit set to expire before march v two thousand eighteen the opportunity to apply for twoyear renewal as long as they apply by october fit the department of homeland security will recognize daca organizations and 'till they expire at the end of the twoyear life spans which means the programme runs out at different times for different recipients according to the senior dhs officials the last authorisation would end march twenty 2020 trump in a lengthy statement issued after session to remarks that it was in the best interest of the country to begin an orderly transition and winddown of dacca one that provides the minimum disruption in effect the president said i'm not going to just cut it off but i'd rather provide a window of opportunity for congress to finally active the president also said we will resolve the daca issue with heart and compassion but through law full democratic processes while at the same time ensuring that any immigration reform we adopt provides enduring benefits for the american citizens we were elected to serve trump is also said he advised the department of homeland security that dacca recipients are not enforcement priorities unless their criminals or involved in criminal activity or or members of a gang the decision could affect as many as eight hundred thousand dreamers as participants in the programme are known who have signed up for the program since his two thousand twelve inception immigrant rights advocates have said two hundred thousand more have sought legal status through deco which stands for the deferred action for childhood arrivals since donald trump became president there our approximately one hundred fifty four thousand individuals with expiration dates between now and march homeland security spokesman david laven said under the plan announced yesterday those people have just one month until october fifth.
"twoyear" Discussed on Forbes Under 30
"You know become a decent little free dive read the kid winter the program as i got older and god scuba recertified and united as never really turn back i fell in love with it firm back then and it's kinda decided that i've really wanted to work said in some way shape or form in the oceans basin it adds i moved forward i got into the aquarium industry in the my love for corals in particular just got deeper and deeper and i just kept pursuing in one way or another landed me on the the chasing quarrel team in it the rest is history i guess will you you you don't have a hand in making at the movie chasing cruel your featured in the movie what are we just for start with the title um can you describe what that means chasing coral yeah obviously it to a certain extent is tied into jeopardy allows you to directors previous film chasing iit right um and you know we had a lotta conversations about whether or not chasing quarrel was going to be the name in whether or not we wanted to read that in a similar way uh but at the end of the day it really the story tells itself in uh we really did kind of chased this phenomenon of coral bleaching around the planet knee in the northern hemisphere in the southern hemisphere in the footage from over thirty countries between our entire two men they were really was this kind of race against time to capture something that uh we knew we were going to aptitude during this kind of twoyear event in kind of span of coral bleaching.
"twoyear" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"A cameraman you had to had to take turn so there were six different films over a twoyear period and you and each one you you had to learn to work together with people from different cultures different countries different uh aspirations had an elite them their idea what's the froze together a lot of fight it out and sometimes we got a long and sometimes we didn't and that was that was the idea and when i got back to uh states and thought well i'll see what hollywood thinks of my back hot having gone to film school they're just they were just like no way get out of here they're a bunch of socialis over there you know i guess that was true really which was okay with me so when you're back in hollywood where were you get any kicks at all or how was i like you know with interesting i tried doing a few things tried to do some writing and some pilot projects things like that but it really what nearly as attractive as the idea of going back to where i felt that i had uh had some connection with the french style a europeanstyle accompanied of course it at our films school we have people like uh michael you unless blair teaching us so it was already a different different feeling of what could be and there you worked in smaller cruz and you were expected to know how to perform these different child so when i first started working with brought to for example i mean i could just sitting on the cutting room and watching watching added for hours without probably single word but some other day he might just say here's taperecorded one out and see what what you can record on the banks lewis said we might use it in this one of these films were doing her.
"twoyear" Discussed on Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom
"Policies and the the effects they have on markets in and the business cycle and i and i think you have talked about in a discretionary fed policy verses a systematic policy of just following the twoyear treasury yield yet and and so do you believe that we should literally just take it out of the hands of the fomc and put its to say the fed funds rate should match the two year yield and if they would do that and they won't but if they did they would have a lot less disruption of the financial markets both in terms of over stimulating and being overly restrictive this this the best example was two thousand four finally greenspan started allowing interest rates to rise to catch up to this booming economy um but he didn't want to let it ketchup two factors he wrote about his legacy the twoyear note yield was way up above where the fed funds target was and as a result we got huge housing bubble stimulated because interest rates were so low people were borrowing money like crazy in condo flipping that having all sorts of things that don't make any sense when when liquidity is not so plentiful but they suddenly makes sense when the fits got his thumb on the scale and then burning he took office in two thousand five he kept the party going and to his credit he he dropped rates faster than any fed president ever had that trick german ever had done but it's still wasn't fast enough to catch up to where the bond market was going if they did just pegged the fed funds target rate to the twoyear note the old than dropped it even faster than we would have had as much carnage in two thousand eight as we had.
"twoyear" Discussed on WEEI
"Out i'm not saying you're going to get one hundred percent participation but you got a twoyear program and then a kid comes out and you get let's face it they really there if a basketball but should get a little boy yeah but you get a little better idea whether the guy can play a not at what what put in power to uh to celtic quaker thing yeah i saw some of it i loved listening to johnny most again i i only heard the review from the morning show in the morning show gave it a big thumbs down but you're told me crazy is what a show the racism for pointed out to three of them was around the country but people felt for the most reasons place in the world and i believe that you now used to talk to young kids about that all the time i said you know what subject to the first team to have a black play a chart cooper ahlbaeck came on the scene nobody fought for barklays more than red eye back did they had the the first coach first black starting five yeah it's it's ludicrous to think that way it it really is they cover that that element of the the 1980s during the rivalry that there were a lot of kids living in roxbury madda pam predominantly black areas the rashes rooting for the lakers over the celtics hello mike yeah i didn't say i didn't see that pot did they cover that at all that a lot of the young black kids in boston area were rooting for the lakers over the celtic shots of value triggers walking down roxbury you know what flexible went up to and say and for the lakers while the celtics but that's because they were ignorant that really and truly i don't but that was had with half you don't like that guy mike.