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Is Duke Done? A Season of NCAA Basketball Surprises

ESPN Daily

10:25 min | 4 months ago

Is Duke Done? A Season of NCAA Basketball Surprises

"Myron. I think the last time we spoke. I was at Cameron Indoor Stadium asking You what you thought about Zion Williamson. That was the last time and now Zion's gone and things haven't been as good for college basketball since he left. Myron Medcalf is a senior college basketball reporter for ESPN. Men's college basketball has been having a pretty weird season. Can you explain to us sort of the state of things and why some of the usually omnipresent contenders your dukes your? Unc's Kentucky aren't even in the top five while it's a meeting in a year like this anybody who tells you that they know exactly what's going to happen in March. They're lying because there was no one no expert. That understands kind of what's happened so far. It's just been a wild year but I think you can look at some of the things that transpired Really at the start of the season. I think the James Wiseman suspension by the answer. Aa For twelve games after being ruled ineligible. You have a Memphis team that I think had a chance to be much better if he sticks around. Lamelo ball who if he follows the traditional track and goes to a UCLA USC that changes the spotlight on those programs as well But instead you have a lot of the blue blood teams that don't have the lottery level talent that they had a year ago. Duke is still a top ten level team but they don't have anyone close To a Zaylon you'd have a team like Gonzaga that had to lottery picks last year. They got some good players. Nothing like that so the the powerhouse teams are just really good team which has closed the gap so now a San Diego State with the Malachi Flint and against double team Malachi for three huge three by malachite lend. That's a really good team. Competing for number one see the Dayton with an ob top suddenly was one of the best teams in America. And I think it's because you just don't have the same concentration of talent we're accustomed to seeing with your Kentucky's in Dukes. Then you'RE K. Use Marin what is it like covering a season like this where there are really clear favorites and no one seems to have any idea. What's going on this year? You just don't really know who to chase like. You don't know who to say okay. That's the team to watch. Because they're really good. It just feels like a pretty fragile college basketball scene which is great for the tournament for everything. We didn't have in college basketball this year in terms of no established kind of powerhouse team. I think we're going to see the benefits of it. Come into double A. Tournament. Time when we could have one of the craziest craziest. March madness is we've ever had so. Let's talk about Duke. Quit even when dukes not great? We're still going to talk about Dick. Because it's really interesting. Myron how much struggled on Saturday they lost to Virginia Virginia wins. That look the three point line. Just couldn't connect before that game. They were ranked seventh. But I imagine they could go down even further now right. Yeah I mean this is a team that I think will will fall in the rankings. Duke has run into some teams who put on their Superman capes in the last couple of games. And that's change things you have. Nc State which made sixty one percent of its threes and that loss A week ago wake forest mixed fifty four percent of its threes. These things those teams had done before they phase Duke and Virginia really as just a team on the rise So I think duke got caught in kind of a weird gauntlet there but trae Jones has been sort of their closer whereas a year ago you could go to RJ bear. You could go to Cam Reddish you could go on. And now they're a bit more one dimensional They're much closer to what you see. Maybe in a typical season where they're right there with Louisville and Florida state and Virginia and the other teams at the top of the ACC. But they don't have a guy who's GonNa carry them to the top of the League and just help them separate. That's just not enough talent in college basketball for really any team to do that. But especially in the league like the Agency. So you're in Kansas right now in Kansas. The number one team. You were there to watch them. Play Kansas State and it was a right because these two teams Fighting literally fighting back in January Shit and now the benches inc just unnecessary. That's not good. This is Paul. This is bad this is but on Saturday night myron. They shook hands before the tip off in. Kansas came away with the victory. What did you make of the number team in their performance? Well I I'm just glad nobody fought again because that that would have been bad Glad to have that moment before the game I will say. I've never been to a regular basketball game outside of the NCAA tournament that had as much security as that game. Had I mean they were everywhere about? I'm glad there was an incident. I I think Kansas is sort of the perfect team in a year like this. Do they have a lottery pick? No but they've got this really balanced group of guys who are pretty good offensively. They've been pretty efficient team and they got two guys who win they're together. They're hard to stop. It's Dotson In Gaza Buki who when they're on the floor together. Kansas made about sixty percent of his shots inside the art. Their opponents have made about forty one percent of their shots inside the three point line. That's the story right there when those two guys are together. Kansas is certainly the best team in America. But you also look at them and go. Are they one bad night from Abu? Koa from struggling. He was hurt part of the game on Saturday against the bad Kansas state team boss feeds it in bounced past as a group. Six to shoot you back down spits travels this is the shot ultimately but he rolled his ankle. Oh this is good has approved. He is clutching his right foot so Kansas is good. But like a lot of teams there. One bad moment badge stretch away from being right there with everybody else. Well now. It seems like Kansas is going to run away with the big twelve after Baylor who was ranked number two going into the weekend got upset by. Tcu How bad was this for Baylor? It's always interesting right. Like Baylor won every game but one for like two months straight and now all of a sudden last week I think a lot of people are panicking and that happens to a team. Like Baylor which doesn't have the brand recognition of Duke or Kentucky or a Kansas. So in hard times. I think we may be overemphasized Some of their struggles. I think you obviously don't want to continue losing and losing to a team like Tcu is not good For them but this is a team that again played a tissue team that did things that they haven't done in the past made forty five percent of the threes on Saturday against Baylor. They made thirty three percent of their shots from three point. Line before that so that can be more of an anomaly. I think Baylor overall though is one of the best defensive teams in America made the best defensive team not named Kansas. So that's GONNA keep them in every game that they play well one team. That's right up there with Kansas and Baylor is Gonzaga perennial contenders They did lose to. Byu about a week ago but they're still considered favorites to win the WCTC. How good is this Gonzaga team? I think they're really really good me now like I think they're amazing. I just think this is a year where because everyone has been sort of even you get one loss and all of a sudden. Gonzaga gets the whole. You haven't played anybody. And why are you losing you know in the West Coast Conference and I think that's unfair? Byu was a really good team like Byu's go into selection Sunday with maybe a five or six seed. Maybe even better so. There's nothing wrong with losing a road game in that environment to a good team. They have the number one offense in America a flea Petra. Sav is one of the best young players Indian tire country. We would know what mark few the head coach can do. And they've got two losses all year. I think that is one of the best teams in America and I think will prove it wants double a. Tournament starts so most of the rankings have some combination of Kansas Baylor in Gonzaga in the top. Three we'll see how this weekend changes that but after that myron gets pretty interesting. I'm you've got Dayton San Diego state. Did you see that coming up before the season began out like I wish I could lie and say I did? I wish I could be that dude. It was like yeah. I called San Diego State back in October in Dayton. But I didn't I mean like ob top and a Dayton is suddenly this lottery pig. And I don't think anybody saw that Common Dayton on Friday against Davidson Mia. Think about this number. They may ninety six percent of their shots inside the three point. Line Ninety six percent like I don't care if you're playing a high school junior Varsity Team. That's really difficult to do in Dayton. Did that and not only did they do it. They've been doing it Throughout the season just really inefficient offensive team in San Diego State. A team that lost its first game about a week and a half ago. The they've been role as well in their line of people who will say San Diego State doesn't play the competition that the other top teams have faced in college basketball. That's not true. They beat the. Byu Team that just beacons Aga- they beat Creighton. Which I think is the surprise of college basketball naked win at all by thirty one points and they beat Iowa another solid team another Aa tournament team by ten points so the best teams that were thrown at San Diego State. They won those games now. They did lose the UNLV Week ago but beyond that there have been a really really good team and I think in a year like this again. You're not going to run into a team with two lottery. Picks it feels like they can make Iran as well both San Diego state ending

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"varsity team" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:27 min | 11 months ago

"varsity team" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Organs like the heart and the liver when you take probiotics it can affect the normal bacteria in your GI tract we take some of the stimulus to build muscle you should cardiac arrest me is you know all of these are real issues and so parents doctors have to stand up and say Hey eat real food that deal isn't gonna make you do better on a test score appeal won't help you make the varsity team food will exercise will studying with the speaking of the varsity team as we head into another school year that we kids trying out various sports the question of of of supplements for energy or for muscle building for weight gain are those healthy now and they don't work so clearly taking a pill isn't going to help their what will help is a good night's sleep what will help his regular she going to bed the same time getting up the same actually improves athletic performance what will help is practice and so you have to push your child is not appeal to get around the work it takes to succeed so under what circumstances should they be taking supplements what question should parents be asking the doctors well I think every parent needs to be really open and honest with a doctor about what supplements their child is taking and that in most cases a asked the check and the doctor said is there a benefit to my child in almost all cases the answer is going to be no children shouldn't be taking pills to go to sleep melatonin hasn't been studied long term in children it affects the endocrine system it affects muscles in immediate effects I the immune system we have to stop Dr David agas saw on CBS this morning U. S. Geological Survey is kicking up its funding efforts for the Sheikh alert early warning system really earthquake warning system agency awarding over twelve and a half million dollars to seven universities and non profits to support the operation improvement and expansion of the system the Sheik alert system designed to send public alerts of an impending earthquake on the west coast meantime LA officials announced an updated version of their early warning app will now alert users of weaker shaking that after many Angelenos were upset about not receiving a notice before the shaking started from the ridge quest ridgecrest quakes on July fourth and fifth the super micro Intel money does the TV streaming battle about to get more intense good morning Jason good morning Rebecca apple is looking to make its big splash in the streaming race in November Bloomberg reports that apple TV.

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"varsity team" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

01:56 min | 11 months ago

"varsity team" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"I'm gretchen rubin and this is a little happier in my own mind. I often come up with a shorthand for certain ideas and emotions that i experience for instance in an earlier episode of a little happier. I described how in my mind the phrase juice story stands for big concept about how to be more effective parent and i'll post a link to that episode. I said if you want to listen to it. I have a phrase that i use when i'm thinking about a very certain kinds of pleasure the pleasure of doing work at a very high level of excellence with people who are really really good at their jobs. I remember feeling this pleasure very acutely when i worked on the alarm journal and law school school and also when i was clerking for justice sandra day o'connor on the supreme court it's exhilarating to be surrounded by excellence at that time though i didn't have a phrase for it then recently when i was working on my four tendencies video course with the brilliant daryl felt and his great team i overheard him. I'm talking on the phone to someone while we were taking a break. I heard him say quietly. This is going good. We'll finish early this versity team and i love hearing hearing that and i knew exactly what he meant an i felt it too and i felt so thrilled to be included on that team. I was recently in a diner that was full of people and yet all the staff was super. Cheerful inefficient not all overwhelmed or irritated by the crowd. I could see that in fact. They were taking great pleasure in their teamwork. How efficiently gently task for being done how graciously people are being served. How flawlessly all the orders were being executed. They were doing great teamwork and you could see that they were finding such gratification in what they were able to do so well together. I love having a phrase for it because i love that feeling i love being part of or <hes> witnessing the work of varsity team. I'm gretchen rubin and i hope this makes your week a little happier..

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Saint Louis, Accuweather And Oliver Luck discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Saint Louis, Accuweather And Oliver Luck discussed on Rush Limbaugh

"Went quickly all of them pleading not guilty at the courthouse. Kevin Kelly NewsRadio eleven twenty kmox. A semi trailer heading the wrong way on I seventy four south east of Bloomington normal last night collided. Head on with a school bus carrying members of a high school basketball team. The crash killed the driver of the truck of thirty four year old banned from Iowa and a seventy two year old basketball team volunteer on the bus. Eleanor state police say eight girls on the normal west high school junior varsity team were injured the bus driver and a coach were also injured from the steeple Bank business desk. Now, the professional football's coming back to Saint Louis what will the team be called after announcing yesterday that Saint Louis will get one of eight new franchises XFL Commissioner and CEO, Oliver luck says some of those finer details have yet to be worked out. So we are working right now on team colors team, names and logos. That those decisions have not been finalized. They'll be revealed in the first quarter of next year says he played in Saint Louis is a former NFL quarterback and witnessed firsthand the passion that local fans have four football. The Dow from stifle down three hundred twenty four points at this hour came Alexa, AccuWeather, some snow at times tapering off by mid afternoon can leave behind coating to an inch solve accumulation watch for some slick spots, especially on secondary, roads and untreated surfaces. Temperatures will fall close to freezing. By the end of the day clearing tonight and cold could still be some slick spots slow down to nineteen. I'm AccuWeather meteoroid. Allergists Steve Travis on the voice of Saint Louis.

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"varsity team" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"varsity team" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"There are lawsuits, and then there are lawsuits, and we here in the United States, particularly California, but across the United States because the rest of the country follows very quickly with California does especially in the world of law. Here's a lawsuit out of Saint Louis, Missouri. There is a young kid or young man John dough because he's under eighteen whose mother filed a lawsuit. I guess on her on his behalf. And why did she file a federal lawsuit against the school that her son at tents because he did not make the varsity soccer team, and therefore as part of the not allow not making the team their policy is to not allow anyone him to play on the JV team. The attorney for the woman says the issue is age sex discrimination. And because the school officials said real simple. If a junior goes after the team does not make the team the kid does not come back and play on the junior varsity team, which she was already at. And this is to allow the lower grade students a chance to develop there's kids their skills. So they can be prepared to try out for varsity. And the mother is no no he has good enough to play on the same team as the JV team. As a matter of fact, he's gonna play on the varsity team in once a judge to make. Make that determination. So the coach sends a family an Email saying that that John is on the bubble. When it comes to picking varsity team members, the boy has holes in his technical ability and game decision making are questionable. Now this one I don't understand the family appeals the coaches ruling to the superintendent. How does the superintendent decide the kid is good enough to play? You're not play what the coach you can peel that to a superintendent. That's bizarre. All right. And of course, superintendent said now now now the complaint unsubstantiated. Now, the suit says that her son is the victim of age and gender discrimination because the rules are different for the girls soccer team. Now that is interesting. Although I think if it's rational, I don't think it's a problem. For example, girls girls flag football. They're not allowed to play tackle football. And there are few other differences. So in court. The coach says that seven juniors were cut from the varsity team that we're not. And then we're not good enough play with a JV team as part of the policy, and the reason he said such nice things to John Doe and about John Doe is to build a self esteem and not punch him in the gut after being cut from the team. The lawyer for dough introduces document he said look player performance ratings, given by the coaches show that John Doe is better than some of the boys who made varsity therefore he has to be reinstated on the varsity team or at least play on the JV team. What do you think that one's going to go? Mom files. A lawsuit. Kid can't make the varsity team. Let's appeal. The court is now going to say, yes, he can make the varsity team based on the judges vast knowledge of football in that school. And that skill set. Does he go out and watch the kid play football? And what if the kid has a bad day, do they appeal that and say you caught him on a bad day? Therefore, I mean, it is crazy making for sure. Patti start with you. Hi, Patty, Europe. Welcome to handle on the law. Thank you. My parents had a property for over forty years of residential estate with multiple homes on it. My father was putting hospice I I was taking care of him, and he became suspicious of his living trusts. Mommy. Dearest divorced him about ten years prior to his becoming ill. So he asked for a copy of edgy wouldn't give it to him. So he asked me to get a lawyer. And he's got a very good lawyer changed his trust. Siamese executor, and I have them. When he when he did that she received notification of it. Social services, they ruled it out because my father was totally coherent. And he had always rich about him. When he my mother suit me claiming that I forced to signature it was thrown out of court tried to sue me again. That was thrown out of court. He took it to a different courts. Her attorney. The third time watch because her attorney was disbarred for featherless filing. So now the property is still sitting there. They were fifty percent owners. So have is each of them were fifty percent owners. Yeah. Okay. So is the mom. Okay. So is the X suing four the other fifty percent. Yes. She wants. She wants the entire amount. Yes. He does. Okay. We'll property. All right. Going out to fifty thousand dollars later, I paid a Chinese. Okay. So what's your what's your question? Well, the property of the houses are rented except for my house and her house and three times we've tried to sell the property she agreed to it. And then she keeps backing out. Okay. Last time they were gonna buy us out at a very low price. And I just wanted it gun because I need and I need to move on and my siblings are thankfully, not greedy. Nobody you know on our ended three. So now since the property's not subdivided we have that issue. What what do we do? Now. To get a subdivision to order a sale. Why is it? What do you mean? The property is not subdivided everybody on the property. It's if it's a question is he's buying you out. And you've agreed to you sign everything over to her. So I don't quite understand. What what? Oh, she backed out again. Well, you have to file a lawsuit against her again to force a sale. First of all that starts a partition in the court will sell the property, by the way, probably valet at a better price than you have. Also, I would do her for abuse of process interference with contract abuse of process. Oh, yeah. You gotta based on what you told me you have to get a pretty aggressive attorney. I think there's a good lawsuit against her. So your attorney has not yet filed as not file for partition. We that's that would be our next. And that's what you have to. Do. You have to get an attorney and file for partition. The court will order the sale she will get half of it. You will get half of it. And she will not be able to stop the sale, and she's going to be sued by you for abuse. And I would argue interference with contract. Just a bunch of stuff you need a lawyer what what about attorney fees. You're I would take them well in when you're talking about abuse of process the other side pays attorney's fees. You just have to find you just have to find a good lawyer that's willing to do this. And that's it. All right. Let me tell you a little bit about lifelock. Over a billion records have been stolen through breaches. In recent years names, addresses social security numbers, which means that three times per person in the United States, man woman and child that had security breached, and so how do you deal with that? Well, the big risk or one of the bed rest, of course, is identity theft. And this is what lifelock dies it protects against identity theft. And boy, do I know that they've told my chestnuts out of the fire. And so I've been a customer for ten years my entire family because every single person susceptible. The other thing that lifelock now has is Norton security as part of their service and Norton security.

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"varsity team" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"varsity team" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"There are lawsuits, and then there are lawsuits. And we here in the United States, particularly California, but across the United States because the rest of the country follows very quickly with California dies, especially in the world of law. Here's a lawsuit out of Saint Louis, Missouri. There is a young kid or young man, John Doe because he's under eighteen whose mother filed a lawsuit. I guess on her on his behalf. And why did she file a federal lawsuit against the school that her son tents because he did not make the varsity soccer team, and therefore as part of the not allow not making the team their policy is to not allow anyone him to play on the JV team. The attorney for the woman says the issue is age and sex discrimination. And because the school officials said real simple. If a junior goes after the parts of the team does not make the team the kid does not come back and play on the junior varsity team, which she was already at. And this is to allow the lower grade students a chance to develop their skids their skills. So they can be prepared to try out for varsity. And the mother is no no he has good enough to play on the same team as the JV team. As a matter of fact, he's good enough play on the varsity team in once a judge. Make that determination. So the coach sends a family an Email saying that that Jonjo is on the bubble. When it comes to picking varsity team members, the boy has holes in his technical ability and game decision making are questionable. Now this one I don't understand the family appeals, the coaches Rulli to the superintendent. How does the superintendent decide the kid is good enough to play? You're not play what the coach you can appeal that to a superintendent. That's bizarre. All right. And of course, superintendent said now now now the complaint. Unsubstantiated. Now, the suit says that her son is the victim of age and gender discrimination because the rules are different for the girls soccer team. Now that is interesting. Although I think if it's rational, I don't think it's a problem. For example, girls girls flag football. They're not allowed to play tackle football. And there are a few other differences. So in court. The coach says that seven juniors were cut from the varsity team that we're not. And then we're not good enough play with a JV team as part of the policy, and the reason he said such nice things to John Doe and about John Doe was to build a self esteem and not punch him in the gut after being cut from the varsity team, the lawyer for dough introduces document, he said look player performance ratings, given by the coaches show that John Doe is better than some of the boys who made varsity therefore he has to be reinstated on the varsity team or at least play on the JV team. What do you think that one's going to go? Mom files a lawsuit. Kid can't make the varsity team. Let's appeal. I wonder if the court is now going to say, yes, he can make the varsity team based on the judges vast knowledge of football in that school. And that skill set. Does he go out and watch the kid play football? And what if the kid has a bad day, do they appeal that and say you caught him on a bad day? Therefore, I mean, it is crazy making for sure. Patti start with you. Hi, Patty, Europe. Welcome to handle on the law. Thank you. My parents had a property for over forty years of residential estate with multiple homes on it. My father was put in hospice. I I was taking care of him because of his living trusts. Mommy. Dearest divorced him about ten years prior to his becoming ill. So he asked her a copy of it wouldn't give it to him. So he asked me to get a lawyer and got a very good lawyer James trust. He signed me as executor, and I have read them. When he when he did that. And she received notification of it they call social services, they rolled it out because my father was totally coherent. And he had always about him. When he got my mother suit me claiming that I think mature it was driven out of court tried to sue me again. That was thrown out of court. He took it to a different courts with her attorney the third time they watched because her attorney was disbarred for frivolous filing. So now the property is still sitting there. They were fifty percent owners. So each of them were fifty percent owners. Okay. So is the mom or okay? So is the X suing for the other fifty percent. Yes. She was she wants she wants the entire amount. Yes. He does. Okay property. All right. What's going out the fifty thousand dollars later, I paid a Chinese? Okay. So what's your what's your question? Well, the property of the houses are rented except for my house and her house and three times we've tried to sell the properties agreed to it. And then she keeps backing out. Okay. Last time they were gonna buy us out at a very low price, and I just wanted to done because I need fees, and I need to move on and my siblings are thankfully, not greedy. Nobody's you know on our ended three. So now since the property's not subdivided we have that issue. Well, what do we do? Now. We take it to get a subdivision to order a sale. Why is that? What do you mean? The property is not subdivided everybody on the property. It's if it's a question is he's buying you out. And you've agreed to it you sign everything over to her. So I don't quite understand. What what's she backed out? Again. Will you have to file a lawsuit against her again to force the sale? First of all that starts a partition in the court will sell the property, by the way, probably valet at a better price than you have. Also, I would do her for abuse of process interference with contract abuse of process. Oh, yeah. You gotta based on what you told me you have to get a pretty aggressive attorney. I think there's a big lawsuit against her. So your attorney has not yet filed as not file for partition. We that's that would be our next, Dan. That's what you have to. Do. You have to get an attorney and file for partition. The court will order the sale she will get half of it. You will get half of it. And she will not be able to stop the sale, and she's going to be sued by you for abuse. And I would argue interference with contractors to bunch of stuff you need a lawyer what about attorney fees. You're I would take them well in when you're talking about abuse of process the other side pays attorney's fees. You just have to find you just have to find a good lawyer that's willing to do this. And that's it. All right. Let me tell you a little bit about lifelock. Over a billion records have been stolen through breaches. In recent years names, addresses social security numbers, which means that three times per person in the United States, man woman and child that had security breached, and so how do you deal with that? Well, the big risk or one of the bed rest, of course, is identity theft. And this is what lifelock does it protects against identity theft. And boy, do I know that they've told my chestnuts out of the fire. And so I've been a customer for ten years my entire family because every single person susceptible. The other thing that lifelock now has is Norton security as part of their service and Norton security.

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"varsity team" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"varsity team" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"There are lawsuits, and then there are lawsuits, and we here in the United States, particularly California, but across the United States because the rest of the country follows very quickly with California does especially in the world of law. Here's a lawsuit out of Saint Louis, Missouri. There is a young kid or young man John dough because he's under eighteen whose mother filed a lawsuit. I guess on her on his behalf. And why did she file a federal lawsuit against the school that her son at tents because he did not make the varsity soccer team. And therefore as part of the not a lot not making the team their policy is to not allow anyone him it to play on the JV team. The attorney for the woman says the issue is age and sex discrimination. And because the school officials said real simple. If a junior goes after the parts of the team does not make the team the kid does not come back and play on the junior varsity team, which he was already at. And this is to allow the lower grade students a chance to develop their skids by their skills. So they can be prepared to try out for varsity. And the mother is no no he has good enough to play on the same team as the JV team. As a matter of fact, he's to play on the varsity team in once a judge. Make that determination. So the coach sends a family an Email saying that that John go is on the bubble. When it comes to picking varsity team members, the boy has holes in his technical ability and game decision making are questionable. Now this one I don't understand the family appeals the coaches ruling to the superintendent. How does the superintendent decide the kid is good enough to play? You're not play what the coach appeal that to a superintendent. That's bizarre. All right. And of course, superintendent said now now now the complaint unsubstantiated. Now, the suit says that her son is the victim of age and gender discrimination because the rules are different for the girls soccer team. Now that is interesting. Although I think if it's rational, I don't think it's a problem. I for example, girls girls have to play flag football. They're not allowed to play tackle football. And there are a few other differences. So in court the coach says that seven juniors were cut from the varsity team that were not. And then we're not good enough play with a JV team as part of the policy, and the reason he said such nice things to John Doe and about John Doe was to build a self esteem and not punch him in the gut after being cut from the varsity team, the lawyer for dough introduces document, he said look player performance ratings, given by the coaches show that John Doe is better than some of the boys who made varsity therefore he has to be reinstated on the varsity team or at least play on the JV team. Where do you think that one's going to go mom files? A lawsuit. Kid can't make the varsity team. Let's appeal at the court is now going to say, yes, he can make the varsity team based on the judges vast knowledge of football in that school. And that skill set is he go out and watch the kid play football. And what if the kid has a bad day, do they appeal that and say you caught him on a bad day? Therefore, I mean, it is crazy making for sure. Patty start with you. Hi, Patty, Europe. Welcome to handle on the law. Thank you, my parents at a property for over forty years of residential estate with multiple homes on it. My father was put in hospice. I I was taking care of him, and he became suspicious of his living trusts. Mommy, divorced about ten years prior to his becoming ill. So he asked for a copy of that you wouldn't give it to him. So he asked me to get a lawyer and got a very good lawyer who changed his trust. He Siamese executor, and I have three. When he when he did that she received. Education. They call social services, they rolled it out. Because my father was totally coherent. And he always looks about him. When he does my mother shoot me. That I or signature it was driven out of court tried to sue me again that was thrown out of court. She took it to a different court. But to her attorney the third time they look watched because he was disbarred for frivolous. Filing Donau the property is still sitting there. They were fifty percent owners. So. Each of them were fifty percent owners. Okay. So is the mom or okay? So is the X suing for the other fifty percent. She was a few wants to hold. She wants the entire amount. Yes. He does. Okay. We'll property. All right out the fifty thousand dollars later, I paid a Chinese. Okay. So what's your what's your question? Well, the property over the houses are rented except for my house and her house and three times we've tried to sell the property agreed to it. And then she keeps backing out. Okay. Last time they were gonna buy us out at a very low price. And I just wanted it done because I need fees, and I need to move on. And my siblings are thankfully, not greedy. Nobody's you know on our ended. So now since the property's not subdivided we have that issue. Well, what do we do? Now. Do we take it to court to get a subdivision to order sale? Why wait, wait? What do you mean? The property is not subdivided everybody on the property. It's if it's a question is he's buying you out. And you've agreed to you sign everything over to her. So I don't quite understand. What what again she backed out again. Well, you have to file a lawsuit against her again to force the sale. First of all that starts a partition in the court will sell the property, by the way, probably valley at a better price than you have. Also, I would sue her for abuse of process interference with contract abuse of process. Oh, yeah. You gotta based on what you told me you have to get a pretty aggressive attorney. I think there's a lawsuit against her. So your attorney has not yet filed as not file for partition. We that's that would be our next. And that's what you have to. Do. You have to get an attorney and file for partition. The court will order the sale she will get half of it. You will get half of it. And she will not be able to stop the sale, and she's gonna be sued by you for abuse. And I would argue interference with contract. Just a bunch of stuff you need a lawyer, what about attorney fees. I would take them well in when you're talking about abuse of process the other side pays attorney's fees. You just have to find you just have to find a good lawyer that's willing to do this. And that's it. All right. Let me tell you a little bit about lifelock. Over a billion records have been stolen through breaches. In recent years names, addresses social security numbers, which means that three times per person in the United States, man woman and child that had security breached, and so how do you deal with that? Well, the big risk or one of the bed rest, of course, is identity theft. And this is what lifelock does it protects against identity theft. And boy, do I know that they've told my chestnuts out of the fire. And so I've been a customer for ten years my entire family because every single person susceptible. The other thing that lifelock now has is Norton security as part of their service and Norton security.

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"varsity team" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"varsity team" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"There are lawsuits, and then there are lawsuits. And we here in the United States, particularly California, but across the United States because the rest of the country follows very quickly California does especially in the world of law. Here's a lawsuit out of Saint Louis, Missouri. There is a young kid or young man John dough because he's under eighteen whose mother filed a lawsuit. I guess on her on his behalf. And why did she file a federal lawsuit against the school that her son tents because he did not make the varsity soccer team, and therefore as part of the not allow not making the team their policy is to not allow anyone him to play on the JV team. The attorney for the woman says the issue is age and sex discrimination. And because the school officials said real simple. If a junior goes after the team does not make the team the kid does not come back and play on the junior varsity team, which she was already out. And this is to allow the lower grade students a chance to develop there's kids their skills. So they can be prepared to try out for varsity. And the mother is no no he is good enough to play on the same team as the JV team. As a matter of fact, he's good enough to play on the varsity team in wants the judge to make that determination. So the coach sends a family an Email saying that that John Doe is on the bubble. When it comes to picking varsity team members, the boy has holes in his technical ability and game decision making are questionable. Now this one I don't understand the family appeals the coaches ruling to the superintendent. How does the superintendent decide the kid is good enough to play? You're not play what the coach. You can peel that to a superintendent. That's bizarre. All right. And of course, superintendent said now now the complaint. Unsubstantiated. Now, the suit says that her son is the victim of age and gender discrimination because the rules are different for the girls soccer team. Now that is interesting. Although I think if it's rational, I don't think it's a problem. For example, girls girls flag football. They're not allowed to play tackle football. And there are few other differences. So in court. The coach says that seven juniors were cut from the varsity team that we're not. And then we're not good enough play with a JV team as part of the policy, and the reason he said such nice things John Doe and about John Doe was to build a self esteem and not punch him in the gut after being cut from the varsity team, the lawyer for dough introduces document, he said look player performance ratings, given by the coaches show that John Doe is better than some of the boys who made varsity therefore he has to be reinstated on the varsity team or at least play on the JV team. What do you think that one's going to go? Mom files. A lawsuit. Kid can't make the varsity team. Let's appeal. I wonder if the court is now going to say, yes, he can make the varsity team based on the judges vast knowledge of football in that school. And that skill set. Does he go out and watch the kid play football? And what if the kid has a bad day, do they appeal that and say you caught him on a bad day? Therefore, I mean, it is crazy making for sure. Patty start with you. Hi, Patty, Europe. Welcome to handle on the law. Thank you. My parents had a property for over forty years of residential estate with multiple homes on it. My father was putting hospice I I was taking care of him, and he became suspicious of his living trusts. Mommy. Dearest divorced him about ten years prior to his becoming kill. So he asked for a copy of edgy wouldn't give it to him. So he asked me to get a lawyer. And he's got a very good lawyer. He changed his trust. He Siamese executor. And I have read them. When he when he did that. And she received notification of it. They rolled it out. Because my father was totally coherent. And he had always wits about him. When he. Shoot me claiming that I watched a signature it was of court tried to sue me again that was thrown out of court a different court with her attorney the third time watch because her attorney was disbarred for federalist filing Donau the property is still sitting there. They were fifty percent owners. So have is each of them were fifty percent owners. Yeah. Okay. So is the mom. Okay. So is the X suing four the other fifty percent. Yes. She wants the entire amount. Okay. We'll property. All right. Let's thrown out fifty thousand dollars later, I paid. Okay. So what's your what's your question? Well, the property of the houses are rented except for my house and her house and three times we've tried to sell the properties agreed to it. And then she backing out. Okay. Last time they were going to buy us out at a very low price. And I just wanted it done because I need and I need to move on and my siblings are thankfully, not greedy. Nobody is you know on our ended three. So now since the property's not subdivided we have that issue. What what do we do? Now. Do we take it to court to get a subdivision to order a sale? Why is that? What do you mean? The property is not subdivided everybody on the property. It's if it's a question is he's buying you out. And you've agreed to it you sign everything over to her. So I don't quite understand. What what's again she backed out again. Well, you have to file a lawsuit against her again to force the sale first of all that's a partition in the court will sell the property, by the way, probably rally at a better price than you have. Also, I would sue her for abuse of process interference with contract abuse of process. Oh, yeah. You gotta based on what you told me you have to get a pretty aggressive attorney. I think there's a lawsuit against her. So your attorney has not yet filed as not file for partition. We that's that would be our next. And that's what you have to. Do. You have to get an attorney and file for partition. The court will order the sale she will get half of it. You will get half of it. And she will not be able to stop the sale, and she's going to be sued by you for abuse. And I would argue interference with contract. Just bunch of stuff you need a lawyer what what about attorney fees. You're I would take them well in when you're talking about abuse of process the other side pays attorney's fees. You just have to find. And you just have to find a good lawyer that's willing to do this. And that's it. All right. Let me tell you a little bit about lifelock. Over a billion records have been stolen through breaches. In recent years names, addresses social security numbers, which means that three times per person in the United States, man woman and child that had security breached, and so how do you deal with that? Well, the big risk or one of the bad risks. Of course is identity theft. And this is what lifelock does it protects against identity theft. And boy, do I know that they've told my chest that's out of the fire. And so I've been a customer for ten years Meyer family because every single person susceptible. The other thing that lifelock now has is Norton security as part of their service and Norton security protects devices against viruses, malware, ransomware, you put the two together.

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"varsity team" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"varsity team" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"There are lawsuits, and then there are lawsuits. And we here in the United States, particularly California, but across the United States because the rest of the country follows very quickly with California does especially in the world of law. Here's a lawsuit out of Saint Louis, Missouri. There is a young kid or young man John dough because he's under eighteen whose mother filed a lawsuit. I guess on her on his behalf. And why did she file a federal lawsuit against the school that her son tents because he did not make the varsity soccer team? And therefore as part of the not a lot not making the team their policy is to not allow anyone him to play on the JV team. The attorney for the woman says the issue is age and sex discrimination. And because the school officials said real simple. If a junior goes after the party team does not make the team the kid does not come back and play on the junior varsity team, which he was already at. And this is to allow the lower grade students a chance to develop their skids their skills. So they can be prepared to try out for varsity. And the mother is no no he is good enough to play on the same team as the JV team. As a matter of fact, he's gonna play on the varsity team in once a judge to make. Make that determination. So the coach sends a family an Email saying that that John go is on the bubble. When it comes to picking varsity team members, the boy has holes in his technical ability and game decision making are questionable. Now this one I don't understand the family appeals the coaches ruling to the superintendent. How does the superintendent decide the kid is good enough to play? You're not play what the coach you can peel that to a superintendent. That's bizarre. All right. And of course, superintendent said now now now the complaint unsubstantiated. Now, the suit says that her son is the victim of age and gender discrimination because the rules are different for the girls soccer team. Now that is interesting. Although I think if it's rational, I don't think it's a problem. For example, girls girls flag football, they're not allowed to play tackle football. And there are a few other differences. So in court the coach says that seven juniors were cut from the varsity team that we're not. And then we're not good enough play with a JV team is part of the policy, and the reason he said such nice things John Doe and about John Doe was to build a self esteem and not punch him in the gut after being cut from the varsity team, the lawyer for dough introduces document, he said look player performance ratings, given by the coaches show that John Doe is better than some of the boys who made varsity therefore he has to be reinstated on the varsity team or at least play on the JV team. Where do you think that one's going to go mom files? A lawsuit. Kid can't make the varsity team. Let's appeal. I wonder if the court is now going to say, yes, he can make the varsity team based on the judges vast knowledge of football in that school. And that skill set. Does he go out and watch the kid play football? And what if the kid has a bad day, do they appeal that and say you caught him on a bad day? Therefore, I mean, it is crazy making for sure. Patti start with you. Hi, Patty, Europe. Welcome to handle on the law. Thank you. My parents had a property for over forty years of residential estate with multiple homes on it. My father was putting hospice I I was taking care of him. Because of his living trusts. Mommy. Dearest divorced him about ten years prior to his becoming hill. So he asked for a copy of edgy wouldn't give it to him. So he asked me to get a lawyer and got a very good lawyer. He changed his trust. Siamese executor, and I have three. When he when he did that. And she received notification of it. Called social services. They rolled it out. Because my father was totally coherent. And he had always wits about him. When he asked my mother shoot me claiming that I think mature it was thrown out of court tried to sue me again. That was thrown out of court. He took it to a different court. Her attorney the third time watch because her attorney was disbarred for frivolous. Filing Donau the property is still sitting there. They were fifty percent owners. So each of them were fifty percent owners. Yeah. Okay. So is the mom. Okay. So is the X suing for the other fifty percent. Yes. She was she wants she wants the entire amount. Yes. He does. Okay. All property. All right out the fifty thousand dollars later, I'd pay to beat. Okay. So what's your what's your question? Well, the property the house of their rented except for my house and her house and three times we've tried to sell the property she agreed to it. And then she keeps backing out. Okay. Last time they were going to buy us out at a very low price. And I just wanted it done because I need fees, and I need to move on and my siblings are thankfully, not greedy. Nobody's you know on our ended three. So now since the property's not subdivided we have that issue. What what do we do? Now. Do we take to get a subdivision to order a sale? Why is it? What do you mean? The property is not subdivided everybody on the property. It's if it's a question is he's buying you out. And you've agreed to it you sign everything over to her. So I don't quite understand. What what again, oh, she backed out again. Well, you have to file a lawsuit against her again to force the sale first of all that's a partition in the court will sell the property, by the way. Probably valley at a better price than you have. Also, I would sue her for abuse of process interference with contract abuse of process. Oh, you gotta based on what you told me. You have to get a pretty aggressive attorney. I think there's a good lawsuit against her. So your attorney has not yet filed as not file for partition. We that's that would be our next step. And that's what you have to. Do. You have to get an attorney and file for partition. The court will order the sale she will get half of it. You will get half of it. And she will not be able to stop the sale, and she's going to be sued by you for abuse. And I would argue interference with contracts bunch of stuff you need a lawyer what what about attorney fees. You're I would take them well in when you're talking about abuse of process the other side pays attorney's fees. You just have to find you just have to find a good lawyer that's willing to do this. And that's it. All right. Let me tell you a little bit about lifelock. Over a billion records have been stolen through breaches. In recent years names, addresses social security numbers, which means that three times per person in the United States, man woman and child that had security breached, and so how do you deal with that? Well, the big risk or one of the bed risks, of course, is identity theft. And this is what lifelock does it protects against identity theft. And boy, do I know that they've told my chestnuts out of the fire. And so I've been a customer for ten years my entire family because every single person susceptible the other thing that lifelock now has Norton security as part of their service and Norton security.

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"varsity team" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"varsity team" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"There are lawsuits, and then there are lawsuits. And we here in the United States, particularly California, but across the United States because the rest of the country follows very quickly would California dies, especially in the world of law. Here's a lawsuit out of Saint Louis, Missouri. There is a young kid or young man John dough because he's under eighteen whose mother filed a lawsuit. I guess on her on his behalf. And why did she file I federal lawsuit against the school that her son a tents because he did not make the varsity soccer team? And therefore as part of the not a lot not making the team their policy is to not allow anyone him to play on the JV team. The attorney for the woman says the issue is age and sex discrimination. And because the school officials said real simple. If a junior goes after the the team does not make the team the kid does not come back and play on the junior varsity team, which he was already at. And this is to allow the lower grade students a chance to develop their skids their skills. So they can be prepared to try out for varsity. And the mother is no no he has good enough to play on the same team as the JV team. As a matter of fact, he's good enough to play on the team and wants a judge to make that determination. So the coach sends a family an Email saying that that John go is on the bubble. When it comes to picking varsity team members, the boy has holes in his technical ability and game decision making are questionable. Now this one I don't understand the family appeals the coaches ruling to the superintendent. How does the superintendent decide the kid is good enough to play? You're not play what the coach. You could peel that to a superintendent. That's bizarre. All right. And of course, superintendent said now now now the complaint. Unsubstantiated. Now, the suit says that her son is the victim of age and gender discrimination because the rules are different for the girls soccer team. Now that is interesting. Although I think if it's rational, I don't think it's a problem. For example, girls girls flag football. They're not allowed to play tackle football. And there are a few differences. So in court. The coach says that seven juniors were cut from the varsity team that we're not. And then we're not good enough play with a JV team as part of the policy, and the reason he said such nice things to John Doe and about John Doe was to build a self esteem and not punch him in the gut after being cut from the varsity team, the lawyer for dough introduces document, he said look player performance ratings, given by the coaches show that John Doe is better than some of the boys who made varsity therefore he has to be reinstated on the varsity team or at least play on the JV team. What do you think that one's going to go? Mom files. A lawsuit. Kid can't make the varsity team. Let's appeal. I wonder if the court is now going to say, yes, he can make the varsity team based on the judges vast knowledge of football in that school. And that skill set. Does he go out and watch the kid play football? And what if the kid has a bad day, do they appeal that and say you caught him on a bad day? Therefore, I mean, it is crazy making for sure. Patti start with you. Hi, Patty, Europe. Welcome to handle on the law. Thank you. My parents had a property for over forty years of residential estate with multiple homes on it. My father was put in hospice. I I was taking care of him, and he became suspicious of his living trusts. Mommy. Dearest divorced about ten years prior to his becoming hill. So he asked for a copy of it wouldn't give it to him. So he asked me to get a lawyer and a very good lawyer who changed his trust. Siamese executor, and I have three. When he when he did that. And she received notification of it they call social services, they rolled it out because my father was totally coherent. And he had always wits about him. When he passed me claiming that I think mature it was thrown out of court tried to sue me again that was thrown out of court a different court. Her attorney the third time was watched because her attorney was disbarred for frivolous filing, though. Now property is still sitting there. They were fifty percent owners. So have is age ways each of them were fifty percent owners. Yeah. Okay. So is the mom. Okay. So is the X suing for the other fifty percent. She wants the entire amount. Yes. He does. Okay property. All right out the fifty thousand dollars later, I'd pay to beat. Okay. So what's your what's your question? Well, the property. The houses are rented except for my house and her house and three times we've tried to sell the property she agreed to it. And she keeps backing out. Okay. Last time they were going to buy us out at a very low price. And I just wanted it done because I need and I need to move on and my siblings are thankfully, not greedy. You know, our ended three. So now since the property's not subdivided we have that issue. What what do we do? Now. Do we take to the get a subdivision to order a sale? Why wait wait say what do you mean? The property is not subdivided everybody all the property. It's if it's a question is he's buying you out. And you've agreed to it you sign everything over to her. So I don't quite understand. What what? Oh, she backed out again. Well, you have to file a lawsuit against her again to force a sale. First of all that starts a partition in the court will sell the property, by the way, probably rally at a better price than you have. Also, I would sue her for abuse of process interference with contract abuse of process. Oh, yeah. You gotta based on what you told me you have to get a pretty aggressive attorney. I think there's a good lawsuit against her. So your attorney has not yet filed as not file for partition. We that's that would be our next, Dan. And that's what you have to. Do. You have to get an attorney and file for partition. The court will order the sale she will get half of it. You will get half of it. And she will not be able to stop the sale, and she's going to be sued by you for abuse. And I would argue interference with contractors to bunch of stuff you need a lawyer what what about attorney fees. You're I would take them well in when you're talking about abuse of process the other side pays attorney's fees. You just have to find you just have to find a good lawyer that's willing to do this. And that's it. All right. Let me tell you a little bit about lifelock. Over a billion records have been stolen through breaches. In recent years names, addresses social security numbers, which means that three times per person in the United States, man woman and child that had security breached, and so how do you deal with that? Well, the big risk or one of the rest, of course, is identity theft. And this is what lifelock does it protects against identity theft. And boy, do I know that they've told my chestnuts out of the fire. And so I've been a customer for ten years my entire family because every single person susceptible the other thing that lifelock now has is Norton security as part of their service and Norton security.

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"varsity team" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"varsity team" Discussed on WRVA

"There are lawsuits, and then there are lawsuits. And we here in the United States, particularly California, but across the United States because the rest of the country follows very quickly with California does especially in the world of law. Here's a lawsuit out of Saint Louis, Missouri. There is a young kid or young man John dough because he's under eighteen whose mother filed a lawsuit. I guess on her on his behalf. And why did she file a federal lawsuit against the school that her son at tents because he did not make the varsity soccer team. And therefore as part of the not a lot not making the team their policy is to not allow anyone him to play on the JV team. The attorney for the woman says the issue is age and sex discrimination. And because the school officials said real simple. If a junior goes after the team does not make the team the kid does not come back and play on the junior varsity team, which she was already at. And this is to allow the lower grade students a chance to develop their kids their skills. So they can be prepared to try out for varsity. And the mother is no no he has good enough to play on the same team as the JV team. As a matter of fact, he's good enough to play on the varsity team in wants a judge to make that determination. So the coach sends a family an Email saying that that John Gato is on the bubble. When it comes to picking varsity team members, the boy has holes in his technical ability and game decision making are questionable. Now this one I don't understand the family appeals the coaches ruling to the superintendent. How does this superintendent decide the kid is good enough to play? You're not play what the coach. Oh, you can peel that to a superintendent. That's bizarre. All right. And of course, superintendent said now now the complaint. Unsubstantiated. Now, the suit says that her son is the victim of age and gender discrimination because the rules are different for the girls soccer team. Now that is interesting. Although I think if it's rational, I don't think it's a problem. For example, girls girls flag football, they're not allowed to play tackle football. And there are a few other differences. So in court the coach says that seven juniors were cut from the varsity team that we're not. And then we're not good enough play with a JV team as part of the policy, and the reason he said such nice things to John Doe and about John Doe is to build a self esteem and not punch him in the gut after being cut from the varsity team, the lawyer for dough introduces document, he said look player performance ratings, given by the coaches show that John Doe is better than some of the boys who made varsity therefore he has to be reinstated on the varsity team or at least play on the JV team. Where do you think that one's gonna go? Mom files. A lawsuit. Kid can't make the varsity team. Let's appeal that the court is now going to say, yes, he can make the varsity team based on the judges vast knowledge of football in that school. And that skill set is he go out and watch the kid play football. And what if the kid has a bad day, do they appeal that and say you caught him on a bad day? Therefore, I mean, it is crazy making for sure. Patti start with you. Hi, Patty, Europe. Welcome to handle on the law. Thank you, my parents a property for over forty years residential estate with mobile homes on it. My father was put in hospice. I I was taking care of him, and he became suspicious of his living trusts. Mommy. Dearest divorced him about ten years prior to his becoming ill. So he asked for a copy of that she wouldn't give it to him. So he asked me to get a lawyer and got a very good lawyer who changed his trust. He Siamese executor, and I have three. When he when he did that she received notification of it he called social services, they rolled it out because my father was totally coherent. And he had always wits about him. When he passed my mother, shoot me. I wore signature it was driven out of court tried to sue me again that was out of court a different court. Her attorney the third time it was botched because her attorney was disbarred for frivolous. Filing Donau the property is still sitting there. They were fifty percent owners. So. Each of them were fifty percent owners. Yeah. Okay. So is the mom. Okay. So is the X suing for the other fifty percent. Yes. She was she wants to hold. She wants the entire amount. Yes. He does. Okay property. All right out the fifty thousand dollars later on pay to try. Okay. So what's your what's your question? Well, the property. The houses are rented except for my house and her house and three times we've tried to sell the property she agreed to it. And she keeps backing out. Okay. Last time they were gonna buy us out at a very low price. And I just wanted it done because I need and I need to move on and my siblings are thankfully, not greedy. Nobody's you know on our ended. So now since the property's not subdivided we have that issue. What what do we do? Now. Do we take it to to get a subdivision to order a sale? Why is it? What do you mean? The property is not subdivided everybody on the property. It's if it's a question is he's buying you out. And you've agreed to it you sign everything over to her. So I don't quite understand. What what? Oh, she backed out again. Well, you have to file a lawsuit against her again to force a sale. First of all that starts a partition in the court will sell the property, by the way, probably at a better price than you have. Also, I would sue her for abuse of process interference with contract abuse of process. Oh, yeah. You gotta based on what you told me you have to get a pretty aggressive attorney. I think there's a good lawsuit against her. So your attorney has not yet filed file for partition. We that's that would be our next. And that's what you have to. Do. You have to get an attorney and file for partition. The court will order the sale she will get half of it. You will get half of it. And she will not be able to stop the sale, and she's going to be sued by you for abuse. And I would argue interference with contract. Just a bunch of stuff you need a lawyer what what about attorney fees. You're I would take them well in when you're talking about abuse of process the other side pays attorney's fees. You just have to find you just have to find a good lawyer that's willing to do this. And that's it. All right. Let me tell you a little bit about lifelock. Over a billion records have been stolen through breaches. In recent years names, addresses social security numbers, which means that three times per person in the United States, man woman and child that had security breached, and so how do you deal with that? Well, the big risk or one of the bid risks, of course, is identity theft. And this is what lifelock does it protects against identity theft. And boy, do I know that they've told my chestnuts out of the fire. And so I've been a customer for ten years might entire family because every single person susceptible. The other thing that lifelock now has is Norton security.

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"varsity team" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"varsity team" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"There are lawsuits, and then there are lawsuits. And we here in the United States, particularly California, but across the United States because the rest of the country follows very quickly with California dies, especially in the world of law. Here's a lawsuit out of Saint Louis, Missouri. There is a young kid or young man John dough because he's under eighteen whose mother filed a lawsuit. I guess on her on his behalf. And why did she file I federal lawsuit against the school that her son a tents because he did not make the varsity soccer team? And therefore as part of the not a lot not making the team their policy is to not allow anyone him to play on the team. The attorney for the woman says the issue is age and sex discrimination. And because the school officials said real simple. If a junior goes after the parson who team does not make the team the kid does not come back and play on the junior varsity team, which he was already at. And this is to allow the lower grade students a chance to develop their skids their skills. So they can be prepared to try out for varsity and the mother is down. No, no, he is good enough to play on the same team as the JV team. As a matter of fact, he's good enough to play on the varsity team in wants a judge to make that determination. So the coach sends a family an Email saying that that John go is on the bubble. When it comes to picking varsity team members, the boy has holes in his technical ability and game decision making are questionable. Now this one I don't understand the family appeals the coaches ruling to the superintendent. How does the superintendent decide the kid is good enough to play? You're not play what the coach. You could peel that to a superintendent. That's bizarre. All right. And of course, superintendent said now now now the complaint. Unsubstantiated. Now, the suit says that her son is the victim of age and gender discrimination because the rules are different for the girls soccer team. Now that is interesting. Although I think if it's rational, I don't think it's a problem. For example, girls girls flag football. They're not allowed to play tackle football. And there are a few other differences. So in court. The coach says that seven juniors were cut from the varsity team that were not. And then we're not good enough play with a JV team as part of the policy, and the reason he said such nice things to John Doe and about John Doe was to build a self esteem and not punch him in the gut after being cut from the varsity team, the lawyer for dough introduces document, he said look player performance ratings given by the coach show that John Doe is better than some of the boys who made our city therefore he has to be reinstated on the varsity team or at least play on the JV team. Where do you think that one's going to go mom files? A lawsuit. Kid can't make the varsity team. Let's appeal. I wonder if the court is now going to say, yes, he can make the varsity team based on the judges vast knowledge of football in that school. And that skill set is he go out and watch the kid play football. And what if the kid has a bad day, do they appeal that and say you caught him on a bad day? Therefore, I mean, it is crazy making for sure. Patty start with you. Hi, Patty, Europe. Welcome to handle on the law. Thank you. My parents had a property for over forty years of residential state with multiple homes on it. My father was put in hospice. I I was taking care of him because of his living trusts. Mommy. Dearest divorced about ten years prior to his becoming ill. So he asked for a copy of it wouldn't give it to him. So he asked me to get a lawyer. And he's got a very good lawyer. He changed his trust. Siamese executor, and I have recently. When he when he did that and she received notification of it because social services, they rolled it out because my father was totally coherent. And he always wits about him when he passed my mother suit me claiming that I think mature it was thrown out of court tried to sue me again that was thrown out of court a different court with her attorney the third time watch because her attorney was disbarred for filing Donau the property is still sitting there. They were fifty percent owners. So have is each of them were fifty percent owners. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So is the mom. Okay. So is the X suing for the other fifty percent. Yes. She was she wants she wants the entire amount. Yes. He does. Okay property. All right out the fifty thousand dollars later, I'd pay to trade. Okay. So what's your what's your question? Well, the property. The houses are rented except for my house and her house and three times we've tried to sell the property she agreed to it. And then she keeps backing out. Okay. Last time they were going to buy us out at a very low price. And I just wanted it done because I need and I need to move on and my siblings are thankfully, not greedy. Nobody nobody's you know on our ended three. So now since the property's not subdivided we have that issue. What what do we do? Now. Do we take it to get a subdivision to order a sale? Why is that? What do you mean? The property is not subdivided everybody on the property. It's if it's a question is he's buying you out. And you've agreed to it you sign everything over to her. So I don't quite understand. What what thinking oh she backed out again. Well, you have to file a lawsuit against her again to force a sale. First of all that starts a partition in the court will sell the property, by the way, probably valley at a better price than you have. Also, I would sue her for abuse of process interference with contract abuse of process. Oh, yeah. You gotta based on what you told me you have to get a pretty aggressive attorney. I think there's a good lawsuit against her. So your attorney has not yet filed as not file for partition. We that's that would be our next. And that's what you have to. Do. You have to get an attorney and file for partition. The court will order the sale she will get half of it. You will get half of it. And she will not be able to stop the sale, and she's going to be sued by you for abuse. And I would argue interference with contracts to bunch of stuff you need a lawyer what what about attorney fees. You're I would take them well in when you're talking about abuse of process the other side pays attorney's fees. You just have to find it. And you just have to find a good lawyer that's willing to do this. And that said, all right. Let me tell you a little bit about lifelock. Over a billion records have been stolen through breaches. 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"varsity team" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"varsity team" Discussed on KNSS

"For the varsity team the air force academy falcons over in Colorado Springs, and Scott. In his third year. He was wise and made a quick time out. Call. So let's talk this one over guys. Now, let's see. What they're both going to look like, but we're still has the out there. They're not going to go for the field goal seventeen to seven grizzlies leading early fourth quarter. Let's see what they do here bunched up formation. And now again, they're going to go into the same formation. All the linemen on one side self is in the gun receiver to the left is Peyton Davis. And now the handoffs gonna go into around, and this is Larry Jones and Jones second effort. I don't think he got it. I think he's short. He got tripped up and he's short of the twenty yard line. And they needed to get to the twenty so air force prep holes. He's guys come to play tonight. Coach. Other than got a little bit ragged in third quarter. Den. Is this has been one of the better football games? We see I thought Larry Jones in motion from right to left when he got that. Handoff was gonna make it. He cut it inside. And got tripped up short by yard life important, very impressive tonight by air force print. The huskies. They're giving the grizzlies everything they can handle eleven twenty six to go here. Come the huskies. And they still have massing Gail out there the backup quarterback. He's under center with a running back behind him and fakes the hand off. He's gonna keep it around the left end. And he's tripped up and again, a nice play by Jordan.

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"varsity team" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"varsity team" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"People is a discrimination, nor to a certain extent. Of course. It is. Right. But for those sorts of situations do want a forty year old man playing soccer on the junior varsity team, of course, not right or do you want? Yeah. Yeah. College kids playing little league right now. I didn't make the college team. So I'm going to go. So I need to play high school. I remember, and I think the age cutoff in Alabama for eligibility to play high school athletics was nineteen and matter how many times you were put right. So most people graduate high school where they're either seventeen or eighteen every now and then somebody gets held back a year, and they might turn nineteen during their senior year. Well, if you turn nineteen and you're playing say one of the spring sports, but you turned nineteen in January. You would not be eligible for that is that age discrimination. It is. A guy that graduated the year before I did he got held back. He had a late birthday. Anyway. But he got held back twice. And he turned twenty one years old the day before he graduated high school, and he was able to legally purchase alcohol that he was popular. I bet but was there some kind of age discrimination because he couldn't play sports his senior year. Of course, there is. But there are reasons for decisions like that. Do you want a twenty one year old person playing football against a sixteen year old kid, of course, not because that's how accidents can happen? You're talking about Laura difference in right body size and mass and a lot of cases. Now I've seen sixteen year olds they hadn't ability. Absolutely. But I've seen sixteen year olds that can put a lot of twenty one year olds to shame. So it's not an every case. Right, right. This game averages. But in this case, we're talking about the state deciding what the rules are are. We not we this is this is not a bunch of parents people who voluntarily attend this. You know, put their kids in the school, right? Yeah. Does not seem to be a private school? It's a public school kids. Don't have a choice. Parents don't have a choice. Right. You're subject to the whims of whatever the administration decides. Let's be honest. The government is good at making arbitrary rules in ages on. Certain things twenty one to drink whatever the case, right? And this article doesn't specify whether juniors being on the junior varsity team is a school decision. Or if it's a state law. Let's say that some junior females have been put on June of right? So it sounds as though it's coach's discretion, right? And in this case, basically sounds like the coach said you're not good enough. For the varsity team, we already have enough freshmen and sophomores on the JV team were not going to put you on there to take away from one of those players. And so the family wound up taking this to federal court and back to the article on Monday US district short US district court judge John Roth dealt the family of blow declining to force the school to put the boy on the JV team for the season saying that courts have long held that participation and enter code Interscholastic athletics is not a right, but a privilege the ruling adds that the student was not suffering any legal harm quote, much less. Any irreparable harm with the season halfway over? The student might not be able to play anyway until just before the final game, according to Ross because state rules require a minimum number of practices before a player becomes the eligible to play in a game. While the underlying lawsuit remains Ross's ruling strikes at the heart of many of the family's argument. Let's be honest. This family is probably one of those families that once every kid to get a trophy, and they want to remove the red pen from you know, when you're checking out people's homework and whatnot. That sounds like what this family is wanting for for this kid and look everybody wants their kid to enjoy themselves and have fun. But you know, my kids never gonna play football. I know that some people are just not going to be able to do it when I played football in high school. I was on the practice squad. And that's fine. Like, there are a lot of other schools that if I would have gone to most other schools in the state of Alabama, I probably would have been first or second string. But because of the school that I went to I was on the practice squad at least get address out or did you all they dressed everybody on game night. Okay. Nice. I very rarely actually got to play in any of the games. Right. But that's fine. Darrelle Stevens forty points ahead. That's. Actually. About forty nine. But still I was on the team, and I got elected.

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"varsity team" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"varsity team" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Shopping at acne wins news time, four thirty-three. Congressional candidate. Alexandria, Costco, Cortez is one of the candidates who's getting the endorsement of former President Barack Obama correspondent Ryan burrow has more. Former president has now thrown his name behind two hundred and sixty democratic candidates in federal and state races on the latest list. He backs democratic nominees for governor in states. Like, Arizona, Connecticut, Florida and Michigan he's backing Christine hall quiz, the first openly transgender major party candidate for governor in Vermont, and Tony Evers the superintendent of public instruction in Wisconsin. Who's facing off against governor Scott Walker in a release the former president says he's focused on close races in which his support would make a meaningful difference while the former president has campaigned on behalf. Of Santa candidates. Former first lady Michelle Obama has been working to help lead a working group to register new voters wins news time four thirty four with Democrats hoping for a Blue Wave in the midterm elections. There might be at least one red wave in our area. A new poll shows democratic Senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey in a dead heat way Republican challenger Bob who gin the Stockton university survey shows Menendez with forty five percent to who gins forty-three percent that is within the margin of error Menendez's campaign released a statement that said in part, they knew this would be a competitive race and called who in a Trump Christy Republican the Republicans have announced their pick for their next national convention citywide, Charlotte, North Carolina is where the Republican national convention will be held in twenty twenty party chairwoman. And McDaniel may be announcement today and says it will take place August twenty four th through the twenty seventh Charlotte has hosting experience as the Democrats held. Their convention there and twenty twelve a divided Charlotte city council voted six to five in July to approve the bid to host the Republican convention. The mayor says she looks forward to showcasing her city. I'm carey. She maker wins. News time four thirty five. President Trump announced revised NAFTA agreement today with Mexico and Canada he called it the US MCA United States Mexico Canada agreement it's a privilege for them to do business with us. And I'm not talking about Mexico. I'm joking about everybody. Everybody it's a privilege for China to do business with us. It's a privilege for the European Union who is treated as very badly. But that's coming along that he'll will open up some of Canada's dairy markets to you as farmers with Canada setting new quotas for the US in return, the US will allow more Canadian dairy peanuts and sugar to come into the United States. The agreement will require that seventy five percent of a vehicle's parts being made in North America. In order for the car to be free from tariffs. That's twelve points higher than the original NAFTA. A Missouri woman is suing her son's high school for discrimination. After he failed to make the varsity soccer team and was kicked off the JV squad. La do Horton Watkins highschool says a junior who doesn't make the varsity team can't return to the junior varsity team, according to the lawsuit that policy amounts to age and sexual discrimination wins news time, four thirty six. Bono says he nearly ceased to be ten ten wins, entertain.

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"varsity team" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"varsity team" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Of fog late tonight and a low of fifty six and then tomorrow, Monday, patchy morning fog giving way to mostly cloudy skies and warmer with a high of seventy six showers and thunderstorms will move in late tomorrow night right now, cloudy, fifty four hundred fifty five in midway and the lakefront we have rain and fifty five in Palatine. And it's a rainy fifty in DeKalb wins it from the east thirteen miles per hour. WBZ news time to twenty. Our top story this hour. President Trump goes after democrat says he stands by supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh the a new FBI investigation. Well, how much more on this story coming up to thirty one graduates have pretty university northwest will no longer received degrees from the main campus in westhoff yet. Indiana university's diplomas will read Purdue University north west beginning in may two thousand nineteen historically the diplomas bold overarching header read Purdue University in large black and gold letters in an Email and official called the change and exciting step forward for Purdue north west. However, a group of students are organizing a protest in disagreement, Dave Marcet, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM and agricultural businessman is making a big play for the university of Illinois football program. The U of is in the middle of a two point two five billion dollar fundraising campaign, the school will get a three. Million dollar gift from u of Iowa and agricultural businessmen. Greg Heckman, he's pledged to the money to the Henry, Dale and Betty Smith football center. The entrance will be called the Heckman lobby one hundred thousand dollars from that amount will go to student athlete scholarships, rob heart, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Mother of Saint Louis high school student is suing afterwards. Son, did not make the varsity soccer team and was not allowed to play on the junior varsity team. The woman's attorney said the issue in the case filed in federal court is agents sex discrimination. Her son only identified as John Doe Friday morning, high school officials in Saint Louis head if junior does not make the varsity team the boy cannot play again on the junior varsity team the school saying is to give younger students at chance to develop their skills. So they'll be prepared to try out for varsity students mothers has Sunday junior. Who already played on the junior varsity team is good enough to play again on the same team and should be allowed to do. So despite not making. The varsity squad the code sent the family an Email that said, there are son wasn't consideration. When it came to picking varsity team members, but the coach also writing the boy at holes in his technical ability and decision making skills. The judge is expected to rule on whether the team can play tomorrow. Chicago police say the same group of robbers is responsible for up to twelve carjackings on the forest outside. The most recent incident happened four days ago near one hundred and fourteen south Ed Brooke and ten thirty in the morning, at least have not offered a specific description of the carjackers and say, they were hooded sweatshirts time totally over their heads to hide their faces in each of the incidents robbers pulled on handguns demanded property and car keys, and then drove away in the victim's car garage accused of placing all hours of the day some of the early morning at night. And so I'm in broad daylight Bernard his radio on one zero five point nine FM. A Chicago couple who lost their son six years ago to cancer at their here. Shaved off yesterday to raise money for childhood cancer awareness month. Anne Marie and Danny campus hosted a Saint Bolsheviks day event at the iron horse ale. House on the northwest side, send you something like this. You know, it was especially important to me this year because he was turning twenty on the twentieth. Which means it's golden birthday and gold is the color of pediatric cancer awareness. Definitely he's always alive in our hearts, and we love talking about him and keeping his memory alive and Marie had a full head of purple hair. Her husband, Danny campus, had his hair colored green in honor of his son's favorite color before. It was all shaved off their her piper, though, decided to keep her long hair.

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"varsity team" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"varsity team" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"We we got him to qualify for the varsity team, he's a little younger any not not the biggest kid in the world. And he's definitely the shortest guy. And I asked him I said what happened? What happened your game said Mark you said I'm trying I'm just trying to keep up with these guys and I'm trying to hit the ball harder. So I kind of showed them I put on the pressure. Borden Joey hitting off his back foot because he's trying to hit it so hard. So I told him I said, you know, what's got we're going to do a little program with some speed training. You know, we've got to build a little more bulk. You know, let's see if we can get in a position where we can create speed at the right time. We just don't wanna fire everything. At the ball right away. That makes sense. Yeah. To really, you're. You're trying to almost store that that energy. So wouldn't you become comeback squared impact? That's where the true release should be. Yeah. I mean, I if I'm if I own a football if I'm hitting a golf ball on crew in a baseball. If I'm hitting a baseball. If you if before I got my pressure to my left side. If I wait in the middle range taking back as far as hard as I can without getting on my left side, nothing. Good gonna happen. No kidding. Yeah. I it. It's going to be a disaster. So anytime, you're transferring energy towards a target, you know, it has to in my opinion. It's gotta be sequenced. And like, I said, I think you ought to many people think, you know, the star of the downswing is when you need to be generating energy where I think you need to be creating a platform where you can generate energy at the ball, not swing. And like, I said, that's a common thing. I see a lot of people in my opinion, do incorrectly that you know, they pulled down, and it's a lot of hands and arms, and it's quick and it's forced and and his violent and their body motion. You know, really really shows it, and I tell a lot of people I said the other thing I'm trying to do for you is I'm trying to hit issue to hit the ball better harder longer and straighter, but also protect your body. Because like I said some of these people can talk their bodies and some painful positions where they get back. Get back issues that get tendonitis. I said, I should I should always remember this. I said when. You know, if you wear and tear your joints. You're gonna start getting pain, and and you know, the harder I squeezed or I four something down putting a lot of extra pressure on my lower back and a lot of pressure on my on, my elbow, my shoulders, my knees. That's how that's how you prevent injury. So if you give them in a better position at look, my number one job is a golf pro in my my number one mine number one job with my students is protect the student. I mean, I want him to play better golf, but also wanted to play a long time. So if I can get him in a in a better position, you know, whether or not destroying their body, you know, we're going to have better relationship. Well, there's a guy I know of that that you saw that Marian during US open that should have sought your advice.

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"varsity team" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"varsity team" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"There got to rake in San Diego. Rick. What do you make of what Mark said? Yes. This is. Yeah. Yeah. Hi. Well, I. I didn't catch the beginning. I'm not really sure what his angle is happy to do a CTE's. I think that the guy who did that study. And and then they they made a movie out of their agenda. 'cause I play football. I played one of them had a brief stint NFL a play through college. All my me, and my brothers and. The interesting thing is I'm a little nervous one. So. Just throw that out there. But I feel pretty passionate about my my other son plays and so. There was a documented real concern other than disguised study. Because honestly, I started researching myself, and I pulled up a study that basically debunks that guy initial study well here, let me interrupt. Let me ask you a question here, Rick because part of what Mark was saying. There's there's several factors to this is one of them that some parents are concerned. But some parents are totally none. And he was saying there there are certain schools where you've got a fool. Varsity JV freshman team. Nobody's worried you wouldn't have any idea at other schools that could be a concern. There's also other sports. I'm curious Rick. There are certain schools where it's down football. They they can't even feel the varsity team at some of the schools. What do you think the reason for that is? Oh, I think a big part is this this whole thing. Because what they what's happened is they sold this C T E to be. I mean who wants to? Yeah. I mean, if you really buy it, then then what kind of responsible parent what what's in their kid out there. To to damage their kid. And and you know, the thing about football is that you're gonna have injuries. I mean, my son I'm watching my youngest who's who's playing in high school. Actually tight man, but he his freshman year blue ACL, and so that was a long process that come back. But, but the interesting thing about the whole C T E, you know, so so I think there's a huge scare, and and and and honestly, it's it's I think that what the media grabbed this guy because I in my opinion, the media has an agenda and football is is something they don't like much the mainstream media because it's for a handful of different factors. And and the thing about being so so one of the things that the wonderful wonderful wonderful things about football is that it's and I was just talking to another guy who who played also who's an old man like me, and you know, late fifties. And we're, you know, saying how it's like going to war. Every weekend. You get you know, there's a commodity. Team you develop a team that you it's not like any other sports like baseball. It's not like basketball. I mean, you have to be and it's a wonderful thing. And I started playing when I was really young. And so did all my brothers. And and and back, then she just the difference is to back then your head was used as a weapon, and and and not to say that there weren't injuries cause over the twelve years or wherever I play I saw couple concussion, and they're real she's a real. But but nowadays these kids are so hypersensitive about getting their bell rung that happens. You know, you're gonna you're gonna hit a guy. And in fact, you know, I mean. Yeah. No, rick. I gotta hit the break here. That's the only problem. But I I appreciate it. Rick. Where's your where's your son play what high school? You see you? See? Hi, what's who they playing tonight? They're playing mar vista down to love this. Awesome. Well, good luck to your son, recognize appreciate your listening. We're gonna hit the break here. But no, I think you're right. And I do think so I don't again, I haven't studied the T. And I think there's probably some some truth to it. I certainly think next week. In fact, it'll be to be a an emotional week to some football fans here because ESPN's thirty for thirty documentary thing is next Thursday at comes out is on junior sale junior sale who had a lot of. Who's a bigger than life personality? A great football player who ended up committed suicide because he had some demons part of which I would imagine. I haven't seen the documentary. We'll go into that. But yeah, I think there's several other factors as well. Shut out to UC. Good luck to Rick Sunday night. We'll come back. We're gonna take a break. And we're gonna have another study in fact going to completely switch gears. We'll have a guest here from the daily signal talking about transgender kids committing suicide and alarming rate AM seven sixty talk and breaking news AM seven sixty KFI MB, if you're considering a kitchen or bath remodeled don't miss Markelle design and remodeling is free kitchens, baths and more.

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"varsity team" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"varsity team" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"To to flee their villages and their towns so they all went to know hugged at all which is the haug northern iraq and our beale anz actually at the border there there weren't even allowing them in initially said they were sitting in their cars for over fourteen hours and they were just stop there for a while you know they had no idea what was happening know later on when we introduced the news and told them you know about this group but the people there when they were being invaded they thought the thing were inside some sort of war that iraq went to war with another country and they were being attacked internally as well they had no idea it was an art terrorist group the the literally formed locally along with them bear in also syria they just decided to rampage through so then they workplace in living born orders there in in on gardens and you know just the streets there were sleeping under bridges and and the people there in northern iraq the kurds when they knew that you were christian ernest syrian on but say rent was supposed to be a thousand dollars a month they were being charged double and sometimes triple so whenever money some among who didn't encounter isis they were able to pack with them the big completely depleted so they didn't even have money in more to pay for rent for the people that were about four families in one you know one room on there were some buildings keith that um that we're actually four hundred people four hundred people in one one larger room where the worst all sharing two bathrooms elijah and evoke your shower late it was and this happen for so long as you know me were leading to the government two thousand fourteen cleese do something right at our administration was labeling isis as a junior varsity team in fact i was gonna ask you what happened.

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