7 Burst results for "U._C._L._A. L._A"

"u._c._l._a. l._a" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"u._c._l._a. l._a" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"We didn't even throw the ball that well. That's a bad bad deal. And what a bad game. I mean it was it was miserable. I zero zero it ends. I'm like wow this is this. This is bad ball and then stanford puts up ten points to go intend nothing at half and i'm sitting here like this might be ten in the final score and then it was ten nothing after the third quarter so i yeah i think i think it really might be yeah. I talked to people a little bit about this game because obviously he he had north western getting three and a half he was not very happy with the end that game where the the sack fumble that the miss the ball in the end zone they gotta touchdown to go up ten really screwed him well. That's what happens. That's that's in that crazy. That's how it works. It's in the bag. We got it down by three games about the end. I got three and a half and then boom touchdown fluke play. It's over that happened a number of a number of things <hes> with over under it'll have state. I know there was a late field goal that changed that one but but but overall i think this was the most disappointing aspect of the mid west football. This week was just the fact that northwestern couldn't even play halfway halfway decent like we were that is you're looking at a lower to middle tier big ten team against the middle to slightly upper taylor pac twelve team. Just make it a game like play competitive. Make it entertaining and give bid big ten a good reputation right. You look at that that game should have been similar to the auburn oregon game now. Those two teams are not near the level of auburn oregon but similar matchups right similar comparative match watch up and it just wasn't and it was just a shame but i will tell you that was <hes> that was a good week. One glad glad we got that under our belt really excited about week to. I know there's some some in big games. <hes> i want to say big games. It's similar week to week one. I know how state has a much bigger test. Cincinnati coming to town really excited breakdown cincinnati's film from their big win over u._c._l._a. l._a. And really jump into that on later in the week when we do our preview show and see about this match is the first we we said in the off season and a lot of people have been talking about it. This is when we're gonna find out how how quick we can progress offensive line at ohio state how quickly that happens and there's another couple handful for decent games. Maryland syracuse should be a decent game. Vanderbilt purdue might be a decent game purdue can get it together but really really excited about about moving forward and getting into two more conference matchups bigger matchups definitely want to encourage you to check out our patriotic. We're going to have some video content coming out early this week kind of breaking down the ohio state game on video talking about what happened. What really happened kind of like i said. All along with these shows is going to be under the hood behind the scenes. I'm gonna tell tell you what a coach sees not what some analysts sees that. They're intern handed on note paper. I'm gonna i'm gonna tell you what happened in these games and and some key key plays and so that stuff's we're gonna do a national one. That's going to be put out to the public but i'm going to really dive deep into some of these.

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"u._c._l._a. l._a" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

13:33 min | 1 year ago

"u._c._l._a. l._a" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Talking love it. I don't from it at all good. Yeah i really really i mean you have such an amazing time. It's nice to hear that it's like legitimately well a real hobby he is. We're not doing it here. We are on the patio at my house. Monica and i are debating some hot button topic. That's it. I'm into motorcycles and chatting yup yeah. What's the hottest button <music> recently. That's a dangerous question assets i mean i think we both know generally what it is well. I don't actually hottest. I most rocco's let's yes tiro hukou sitting it should be it should be right. We haven't even ventured into the tobacco bullets start by saying the reason they become hot. Button topics is that we both love each other so much and we would love to have the same point of view on things so when we don't it's got an elevated weight to it yeah and but this reminds me of a very good friend who i worked with in d._c. She's brilliant me is an environmental environmental lawyer and found out recently over drinks that she's not entirely sure about climate science and all oh you talking about well what do you how is the and i thought she was joking for the longest time. I don't understand where we we you. This can't be true right right and then and i was like is this like. Are you one of these people who doesn't think we went to the moon either. That's ridiculous. Of course we went to the moon. Well you know what i i'm glad you're defending all of these policies as an environmental lawyer. I think we're just gonna have to let this one be by itself so we talk about tacos thousand well but look. I say fuck that whole debate. It's a relevant. Why would we be using a resource. We knows finite why what our daily activity be figuring out which one on his infinite one of my favorite conversations that i had when i used to work in in d._c. Was with young evangelicals who didn't agree with the guy i was working working for on like any issue <hes> but they believed that they were put on god's green earth to take care of it and so whether they agreed with the science or not was irrelevant because they thought why are we a using finite resources reason and dirty polluting. Why don't we just be good about it. Let's have fucking solar everything and wind everything because it's just the wise smart the thing to do when you're finding with a wife or something and you're you're fighting about the silverware drawer. That's not the issue generally talk. No we know you professionally is kalpana yeah but that name is what we would call a stage yes but interestingly it is also your own. How do i say your birth name. Calpe norrkoping kalpana culprit gulping is like actually pronounce it. This is like a hassan hussin hustle yeah exactly these meetings. I need to know that there are two acceptable pronunciation of a word like there's only dax to my knowledge but yeah but the right comparison i always get in trouble so gulping is a it's a good drought the word or i think the if not sunscreen hindi but it means the object of the dreamer the person who dreamed about okay so because it's not an english word obviously we speak english is our first language and so you're gonna take turns into captain sure <hes> that's not wrong wrong. Necessarily i mean it's not right but it's not like it's it's more like saying that advertisement versus advertisement was right or wrong. No one is that in england and one who says here yeah. I know i know monica's like the runaway origin of where it's from where advertisement advertisement or advertisement started but whoever it started is probably the correct. I think let me be more clear so is obviously the real porno. Kalpa is fine. I feel fine about <hes> but yeah no. It's a it's a screen name a stage name and when i first moved to l._a. In nineteen ninety five to go to u._c._l._a. u._c._l._a. To brother we both graduated in two thousand. I don't think that anyone there. I didn't know you i didn't i know you're a forty thousand people but you're you're sociology and film. Yes and i was anthropolgy yeah so i think we are on the same end of the campus right yeah and maybe even had sociology 'cause it's very likely we have crossed paths numerous. It's likely we have the same class at the same time. Yes that is possible four hundred person lectures. What kind of student were you because i think we shared this that i was here to be a comedian. I went to college. Get my mom to pay my rent and to make her happy so i didn't live on campus. I wasn't like like fully immerse. Ideas was their learning taking tests and splitting. Were you having the college experience. Yes i so i moved from new jersey to u._c._l._a. So i moved out there. When i was was eighteen i was in a triple in reaper which was awful. I loved the dorms but i was in triple room which meant new. It's you know the size of originally crafted for one human seattle with these weird bunk beds but i loved it. I loved being at u._c._l._a. I ultimately decided to go there because i knew i wanted to get into film and tv. I grew up in new jersey right outside of new york city and i loved theater but i thought if i get into an l. a. school that's going to be my opportunity to go out there early and yeah and to get an education and i liked actually that u._c._l._a. Had a diversity of your education experience it was a huge school it all these experts teaching random classes but if you wanted to do your own thing you could and you could kind of pick and choose also huge nerd so i took for example there are i tried to take ellis to this premed life sciences class as an elective ah <hes> and failed it and had to drop but i remember being in class and you know not understanding something the professor said and asking the kid next to me in the door look at my paper. I was like <music>. I'm a theater major buddy. This is an elective. I'm not competing for mid school with you yeah yeah but there was intense. Shit like that like oh. This is like as much as i'm here to be an actor like you guys are legit doctors yet doctors in training now phrase e side note unrelated monica. Watch this documentary on white nationalist us and one of the things that came out. I think you'll have the same shock i did. Which is when i got to u._c._l._a. I was like okay. I think at the time it was like forty forty two percent asian thirty nine percent caucasian just the most multicultural place i'd ever been my life so when we watch this white nationals documentary his guy started tracking people that had been at charlottesville and then found them at other rallies and then found out who they weren't kind of exposed their identity. One of them was a medical student at u._c._l._a. l._a. With a government clearance at a weapons manufacturing facility out here in california in of all the things of all the fairy tales. I made up about my classmates while sitting in class. I would never have thought there was a white nationalist there. It seems like why would you go there. You know you can choose everything yeah yeah. Yeah you're coming to one of the most diverse schools planet in your white. Nationalist is this i. I was just like oh. I guess you really don't know anybody. He became a white nationalist after that that experience because he had some bad interaction. We couldn't think it's possible maybe he had the wrong triple room and rebirth <hes> yeah you get the wrong. Two guys might set you on a bad bad actually out so i was an r._a. My third year ahead resident who came to me and they teach you this in your r._a. Training any kind of role using this would never happen but there's this training scenario. Where what would you do. If one of your residents comes to you and says my roommate drew. A swastika left it on his desk. Oh aw what how old is this training. I grew up in new york. City date was a fairly diverse community middle school. You go to a bar mitzvah buckets every weekend like the idea that somebody would hold. These views was so old to me. Yes my third year when i was an r._a. Had a resident who came to me and he was very upset and he said my roommate left a swastika on his desk and i don't know what and i couldn't believe that so i mean it is shocking but take back. I'm like wow that that happens. Is there any way this person was scribbling absent mindedly or this seems very i'm amount on a dangerous limb well. When you started. I was going to make a joke about the old son's crypt. They're hindu symbol the we've covered that but then you kept going allies. This is not a joking time no he. He is what he meant by it and the whole intervention in what was done. I can't remember entirely. I think they obviously reassigned the room because it's one of those the racist kids right to express himself is also something that's a thing of of course but also i mean come on. That's not the kind of thing that you mediate on your own when you're right. You have to kick that up to oh. That's supervisor but i remember telling my supervisor. I'm like you. No i remember sometimes when when beef happened with my residents like somebody using a word that the other person finds offensive and and tell the kid who's using the offensive word like back you know always they go well. That's my right i have. I have a right to use outward. You can't tell me that i can't you like dude total. You absolutely have a right to use that word. Do you have to be an asshole right now. Have the right to be an asshole like. Where did you grow up that you feel the need like somebody's taking something away from you. If you also have have a right to shit on your dining room table every day that is a right people in america half that doesn't mean one should defend that right to shit on their dining room table slippery slippery slope. It is <hes> u._c._l._a. Yeah just have to give this shutout because that's where you asked about the screen name <hes> that's that's where it sort of came together many a late night in the dorms like sitting in these stairwells and talking about nothing with people that become your best friends. I think it was my into in my second year and we were talking about. I was trying to get auditions and i would every wednesday. I would go down to this new stint on gayley avenue and get backstage west. Oh oh yeah which is now. I think only online right yeah. I always felt like i was participating in. Someone's murder plot when i was submitting. I've i've met people in one bedroom. Apartments roles one hundred percent..

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"u._c._l._a. l._a" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"u._c._l._a. l._a" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Honestly. One of them is guaranteed to be disappointing because they wear maroon and white. That's just what they do over there and the other one will be disappointing because quietly lee if i'm not mistaken texas has won seven outright conference championships in forty five years. Did you know that seven outright. I think the number is seven. I counted. It's very very different universe. If oklahoma just doesn't exist right texas it is like if for some reason at norman they're like what are we gonna do. What are we gonna play football in there like now the sport of the futures lacrosse. Just ignore ignore football texas sitting on what twenty twenty titles yeah now. They've they find another way to mess this up right. When oklahoma was down. They wouldn't have good good either. I'm just saying we're really excited about four law. Season over there and i just don't know when we became aim to people that got this excited about a four loss because you'd be georgia and sugar bowl when george is really good players didn't play. I'm very excited about about them longer by the way because this is as good as it's gonna get for him longer. It is like this is it. This is this is this is the tibo principal like this is good as athletic. Life is ever going to get and like it has to happen this year right. If you ask me like heisman for sam l. anger i would completely believe that because people might vote for him and just go like oh yeah. That's just like <hes>. That's just like a brisket fed and tibo. Can i vote for that. That'll be fine right and there's also this they'll run him at they will run him all over the place. You will have guys open in the passing game because you know if you can play action with one person that hey you can make things happen. All right like sam elegant is going to be a delight to watch this year because <hes> he's most of what texas has offense employ. Oh boy all i'm saying is this last time. Texas came off one of these four law seasons all super excited because of what happened toward the end of the previous season. They played against u._c._l._a. l._a. At home do you remember soon. Morte was that fifty six to sixty six to three why that's about a sixty six to three though was like at least there are some people that like herman you know so he's got some goodwill their person on earth like mag avik so gaza sixty six to three. It was awful but i do think that suddenly also meant time to rub your hands together and get ready because we get this dude about a year and they did yeah. It's it's dark moment. When you find yourself rooting for a lot i've been there when when florida went into mississippi state with ron silver teetering on the edge of disaster and sylvester croom putting another speed bump of mississippi state team that's what by the way greatest mississippi state teams pre dental and all be up teams right. What are we going to do. We're just like we're only three inches high but we'll stub. Your towed oded right. If you're if you're too stupid to not step over us. We'll just let you stub your toe on until you die and like clockwork walk work. Florida lost mississippi state and runs got fired. I'd be lying. Everybody if i didn't say oh man that was awesome. You guys are great. Thanks so much champ. I'm not sure that there's been a time where like low key. Maybe maybe not racism has ever been more hilarious than people getting fired lose into sylvester croom mississippi state and i have to say maybe maybe not because yeah he happened to be the black coach but they were also mississippi state which losing to is this kind of fireable offense but there's a reason why we call it again groomed. It's always a confounding factor go. Maybe these people are being crazily racist in in american history. That's always a good bet on the other hand. Maybe these people are jumping crazily. Mississippi state about like crew really didn't get enough credit it for being the reaper you know like it..

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"u._c._l._a. l._a" Discussed on Pull Up with CJ McCollum

Pull Up with CJ McCollum

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"u._c._l._a. l._a" Discussed on Pull Up with CJ McCollum

"On and so forth or days episode wanna bring you part two of our conversation with kevin love last week jordan. I got the chance to sit down with him. In person at the studio the cadence thirteenth studio in new york. We talked about his career meditation wine in so much more. If you haven't listened to the first part of the interview make sure you go to last week's episode and check it out okay without further ado here's part two of our interview with k. Love two things i have to say that will two things one organ will love you forever and you're always welcome back anytime. Just want wanted to put that on there by the way on the record you welcome anytime into before joining goes to his question. You said that you listen to your dad basically historically throughout your life for my childhood in your childhood when it comes when it came to making the decision to go to college. How much input did he give <hes> throughout the process or did he kind of step back and say you know what do what you wanna do a little bit of. Both i think <hes> you know i had taken my visits. Carolina came down to carolina and u._c._l._a. l._a. And just and university of oregon <hes> was right up there. I think washington maybe kansas wealth there too <hes> but it really came down to those final to u._n._c. and u._c._l._a. And i just felt like they had a really formidable team that went to two straight final fours at the time <hes> we ended up going to a third and lost memphis but i just my dad's high school coach was was jim. Herrick is assist in high school coach at morningside high school in inglewood and you know they grew up playing against each other co obviously coached him and then he ended up later on in life become the coach and they say nine to five exactly <hes> though bannon brothers ties said any of those guys so he i think that was always going to imprinted in my minded grew up going to oregon football games or basketball games and especially everytime u._c._l._a. Came to town or if we're in los angeles seeing you know all of my family and we all my family <hes> outside of really my <hes> family that lives by my immediate family <hes> in portland is from so cal so it just had a feeling of you know oh family on top of it so much <hes> you know of u._c._l._a. Basketball is not only at its peak but it just had that tradition of of excellence and in you know john wooden and everything that came with that was just. I just felt like the right place. I was kinda got into that direction but the end of the day. I feel like i had my mind pretty much made it up. I was curious with with plan with with russ <hes> it. What point did you realize how specialty was and then. When did you realize i'm just no. It's i laughed because it was right away. He was one of the first one i had my tops backpack from the mcdonald's all american in high school game and then i think like some size eighteen jordan threes and i had some you know three or four x._l. Shorts in <hes> <hes> you know i was wearing a sweater layers because i was like i have to cover up how big i am when i first got to campus and it was two years i mean to two weeks after i graduated waited from lake oswego high school <hes> in on the first thing he did was he was he may my backpack made fun of my shoes. I'm like okay. I'm gonna be with this and that was when the runs zack and they've they've come back around the runs those laymen's yeah exactly <hes> yeah great again but at that time it was you were getting <hes> twenty-five pros and yet three courts you again so they kind of mix them in and out and then you get five guys they would let u._c._l._a..

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"u._c._l._a. l._a" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

The Hoop Collective

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"u._c._l._a. l._a" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

"Both. She's like real estate guys in l. A. in the seventies and then a mutual friend named frank mary-anne who was actually stole part owner of the lakers and frank was like the social connector. He was like the guy that knew everybody. The mogul behind <hes> bus mary on enterprise i think is the name of the corporation that owned a bunch of apartment buildings around los angeles angeles and so donald goes yeah. I'm interested in n._b._a. Partners but i don't i don't really want peace of the lakers i i just i'll buy the apartment buildings from right all by i basically basically bus couldn't find financing his sell off some apartment buildings at the last minute eleven apartment buildings in santa monica what those are worth now he sold them for three and a half million dollars for like the last three and a half million needed to close in the morning like they went to the bank and got the money literally like went to the bank and got the money and that's like how jerry buss was able to close on sale. L. and jack kent cooke wasn't sure jerry was ever gonna be able to pull that off because it was really complicated real estate swab. It wasn't just a straight and money transaction for more time. They needed close. I mean that's how it goes yeah. He probably wanted somebody else. Want by the so okay so then that's that's. That's a good stories told at more length than we just told there but the other one was when balmer bought the team now to to go over this donald sterling had been declared mentally <hes> <hes> was it incompetent. What was the incapacity incapacitated so now shelly sterling has a team and basically. I want the podcast but she's got a deal with the n._b._a. They're going to sell it so she's taking bids but she had to do a sale the team in like ten days ten or twelve days so the mental incapacitation is what's called a plan b. This is her lawyer donald who furtive other plan bs <hes>. There's this <hes> there's this really kind of riveting detail that i i i keep thinking there's more to but i think it might have just been a matter of course but the sterling family trusts have been changed in december and reflect and it was changed out a clause that you do <hes> fairly frequently with older people that if one of them is found by doctors to be mentally incapacitated or not capable of managing the trust or being a partner and this all this just went down in may april when the recordings they were made in and around september okay so according to like six or seven months old but the so this is on the calendar so they make a change to the to the trust in christmas and then right as a member of the playoffs first round going on so that's just at the time so so he gets to see so they go through the court case he has declared <hes> mentor here this all back up a little bit so they so so the recordings recordings remain and the only reason they ever come out is because shelly sterling sterling actually sues vis-a-vis on blackmailing yeah. This is a black male thing but it was is because shelly was suing her and she just wanted her to drop the lawsuit. She's like i don't wanna give back this battling it kind of the whole point of being in the way. He gave her four cars. I yeah why do you have to give a mistress four cars and was always a bentley range rover ferrari. I heard one story about u._c._l._a. l._a. Some for our dealer that sold the solar sold them. The car was like two hundred fifty thousand dollar car actually like ran into a clippers employee. It was like all your boss was just here and that's when the clip employees knew something was up because donald wouldn't have driven a car like that was my thing like so he bought a condo. I don't know what this condo looked like week. She store for now figure out who covered this told me like they can always tell when view is home because it was like she wanted..

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New evidence for 'artificial pancreas' in Type 2 diabetes

After Hours With Amy Lawrence M

02:03 min | 2 years ago

New evidence for 'artificial pancreas' in Type 2 diabetes

"Hospital los angeles orthopedics so you could break the leg or has issues with maybe god forbid ostra sarcoma boston's children's hospital philly children's medical center dallas cincinnati children's hospital and children's hospital los angeles so what's the moral to all this usually children's hospital many of these hospitals are children's hospitals you don't mind that because i live in las vegas nevada we have a couple of children's hospital sunrise children's hospital the both great i can't tell you what you'd better they're both good we have kids taking care of an awesome roles throughout the country to get that ranking i you know i it takes a lot it's not just yelp reviews so i understand how frustrated is for you as a patient to go okay well where do i go a lot of us in las vegas we go to our local hospitals or we're gonna ucla la we're gonna male clinic but i gotta be honest really the doctor you know i'm watching one of my friends go through cancer and i got him in his doctors seem pretty damn good i mean they really seemed good and i mean i've been working with doctors like this for years here and i can't stand it when you hear people say all only go to la or i'll only go to rochester all and you're right those are aquatic rochester that there's some real phenomenal facilities in this country how ever that doesn't mean you're facilitating your neck of the woods is not as good one eight seven seven eight seven seven zero see the we've got another artificial pancreas i really don't want artificial pancreas none of us want one of these things but for those people with real bad diabetes scientists are making are trying to recreate what the pancreas can do whether it's outside the body you're inside the body and this latest one appears to control blood sugars and hospitals what the type two diabetes pretty effectively this study published in new england journal.

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Experts break down the women's NCAA tournament bracket

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:37 min | 2 years ago

Experts break down the women's NCAA tournament bracket

"The millions of people who fill out ncaa brackets each year don't have to concern themselves with the games tonight and tomorrow but there are so called i four games two of which will be contested this evening l a u brooklyn and radford then say bonaventure ucla la you brooklyn head coach derek kellogg very impressed with radford bradford's done a very nice job number one win in their tournament they've made big play after big play in meet us attorney the tea because boise is hosting first round playing the ncaa tournament the fourthseeded broncos have to travel to seattle to face upper fives he'd washington in the first round of the men's nit tomorrow night we'll have it for you six thirty pregame show seven o'clock tip from alaska airlines arena women's ncwa pairings announced yesterday seattle university becoming the first su team to go to the tournament learning they'll face oregon in a match up in eugene friday and gonzaga makes it to the big dance for the night time in the last ten years they'll be at stanford saturdays at number thirteen seed former u dub coach lorenzo romar will finish his term as assistant coach zona once that's done hill taking over at pepperdine where he was a head coach before mariners got a scare started marco gonzalez hit on the glove hand by a line drive manager scott service that he'd been struggling anyway jumped on early on the fast call maybe trying to be a little bit too fine with a fastball after that and got behind the counts struggle getting a secondary over the plate and controlling the counts but you know it's it's a great outing he's struggling to get through the first inning and unfortunately the line drive took him out after that but hopefully it's okay that's the big thing is how mariners play colorado cactus league played at eight more sports in thirty minutes on the home of the huskies komo news we'll check.

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