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"wallonia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Long week of restrictions is also scheduled to be imposed as of Monday, but nothing for these three days yet and steal the daily rise in the number of infections has remained will beyond 5000 people and over 300 are being killed by the wire is every day The total number of infections has been over 550. 1000 people on the number of people killed by the virus is about 32,000 people. But the worst point is that the really figures are much more than this and this is not what the people say. This is what the Deputy Health Ministry says. He says that the really figures is twice the official figures announced by the ministry. Even one official says that it is 2.5 times the official figures, so the situation is very, very bad. And the country is at the third peak of the wire was right now. And as you say, a general lack of compliance with anti Covad rules perhaps suggests a lack of fear, does it Well, the people were afraid of the virus more than this in the first few months, But after a while, they saw that the government is not enforcing the restrictions strictly enough, So they said that who cares? We will contract the virus all on DH get well soon, Some officials say, at least of all of you people will get the wire is so the situation is just plan for a period of time when the hospitals Have Morrell empty bits. Just don't get it right now. They just warned at this level, but people are tired of the restrictions. Some of them have lost their jobs on the sanctions imposed by the U. S. I have made the situation even force for the country House. Specifically, do you think sanctions against Iran internationally are affecting the situation? Well the sanctions, according to what officials say have impacted the country's financial transactions on that keeps the government from importing what is needed for the Corona virus patients, including the ventilators, the drugs and medicine. The government is also struggling economically, and that keeps it from supplying people's needs so the restrictions and care fuse or not imposed as they should be. It almost sounds as if the government has given up the fight. Yeah, Of course. They say that it is going to live with us for one or two more years and just warm people that you should learn how to live with it peacefully. The government just is hopeful that the upcoming election in the U. S would lead to Biden's victory on DH that would lead to the US return to the nuclear deal with yuan and that's finally lead to a removal of sanctions. But that's a long way to go. Iranian journalist Raisa Hasta speaking to us, they're from Tehran. Belgium now has the worst covert 19 infection rate in Western Europe. The government has wondered parts of the country could soon see a tsunami of cases with the virus spreading uncontrollably. Hospitals are stopped treating patients for non urgent operations on the latest reports suggest the government is considering a full lock down within days. Brussels and Wallonia are at the center of the second wave. Our Europe correspondent Gavin Lee reports. It's early in the morning on. We're on our way to Bologna at the French speaking part of Belgium to liaison with driving to a testing center because every morning from about five o'clock will tell the people start to arrive, queuing up to be seen. It's the only one in this area and also this is the place where the Belgian government says it's one of the worst regions on the continent cover cases. I have just arrived at the medical center and put on two Medical masks. It is absolutely packed. There are cars that circuits for at least Half a mile. People are taking two hours to get inside the census on foot as well. They are seeing 250 people, our one in three people. Testing positive in charge here is Jerome supposed them open and started to just you know what? I really think the situation is close to catastrophe. Hospitals are almost want. Some already are and that's protesting. The demand is exploding. And so are positive cases. It feels like we're on a cliff edge. To try to ease the pressure on the test centers. The Belgian government is now only testing people with symptoms. Philip Hurst on Tim are among those cuing. Her has been tested positive..
"wallonia" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"I'm planning on going visiting Gruntal for the first time wondering which of the three tolls you'd recommend, which is your favorite as a spectator. And what your top tips to help do's and don'ts, and surely the best of the experience. Thanks keep up the good work. Kit. The roots haven't been nounce for next year. We know little bit about some of the, the starts don't we, we know the Jiro starting hungry. Is it next year? The tools don't see niece. Yes. So we're waiting to the root Shaw revealed a neighbor will be revealed the tool away, announcing Tova, and the JIRA, generally in November of welter general in December. So wants to root out, you can see, I mean, generally, if you coming to watcher grandchildren, you flying from the UK the simplest thing to do is, is plotted depending on which airports, he can get to really and go from there. That's probably a logical way to plan your trip. It makes went the first time I saw the two of the FRANZ on French soil. We went to a time trial, just because you solve every writer, and you had a whole di-, rather than just to stand by the side of the road, and they wish pastern and then walk. Not saying that's not a great way to want you in the mountains. It can be fantastic. The atmosphere in the build up and publicly caravan coming past and all of that, for the time trial gives you, you know, a real sense, you get to see everybody. And so that would be one of my tips if there's an attractive looking time trial near a nice town. I would, I would pick that the two well this granny partake in Wallonia would have been perfect. It was perfect. You know, big city. Bologna, beautiful city lost to do low sweetened drink, and as we said, at the time a fantastically designed prologue protocols logistically was a little bit challenging. But in terms of spectacle, it was fabulous. It was half days entertainment. So that would be good idea. I'm generally, I think Jerry's a good rice to go to as spectator. You on not very restricted in terms of access. You can generally get around team buses, which is not the case now at the tour de France Detroit is about two or three years ago criteria. What they call the paddock area. So the, the general spectator is, is prevented from getting right up close to the team buses whereas the during the wealth of Germany, not the case you can kinda mingle with what, you know, even anyone who's gotten accreditation. So, yeah, I think focusing on, on a city, or at least sort of provincial kind of town is a good idea, but just just planet wedding advance, any notable to get good hotels for about seventy eight years night, you can get something really quite fantastic. Lot of the time. And, and I think the Jiro was we've said it before, but the jury's kind of right dimension for a bite writes, it feels like a very big event without being out to control. Without without the being an awful lot of inconvenience involved in terms of closed rose disruption to public transport, and so on. And so on. I would definitely today. I mean, the tour de France the biggest race in the world. Of course, Bob, Italy, pick somewhere that you would go for weekend, break, basically, because the food's fantastic, the winds fantastic, if you pick a nice town, you've got other things to do around the cycling. So that would be my tip. But yeah, you can't go wrong really with the time trolley as much as I. In a in a sort of comedy, way criticize time trialing spectacle, when watching on TV for the roadside spectator offers a bit more bang for your buck because you, you get to see everyone..
"wallonia" Discussed on KCRW
"I'm David green. And I made Martin in me, and mar to journalists who had been in prison for doing their jobs are now free while loan and Chaucer who've were arrested in December of twenty seventeen while they were investigating the killing of ten row, Hindu, Muslim, men and boys. That report earned them the Pulitzer prize awarded just this past April while on spoke after his release today. Thank you. I'm really happy. I can't wait to school might use. Right. I can't wait to go to his newsroom joining us. Now is Los Angeles Times reporter shankman. Golly. He's been covering the story from Singapore. Thanks for being with us this morning. Good morning, Michelle. So these reporters were imprisoned for five hundred days. Why? Now, why are they being released in this moment? Well, it's interesting. Aung San Suu Chee who is the leader of the government the Nobel prize winner, former icon of democracy had multiple chances to let these men go free. In fact, as recently as last month. The supreme court denied their final appeal their convictions for violating a century old secrets law that they were convicted under. So there's been so much crusher and up until this morning. The government had steadfastly refused to bend to that pressure. But the released today signals that pressure can have an impact even on on this government. How how's the release going over in? Myanmar are the people responding. Well, it's certainly been a joyous day for Wallonia Chaucer who for their families, both of them have wives and young daughters and fact while loons daughter was born while he was in prison. And his Reuters colleagues, of course, have been thrilled to have him back. There been you know, lots of happy selfie center around. It's been a very, you know, just a wonderful moment for for the journalists. There are concerned about how they're going to be received in broader society. This is still a country. That's majority Buddhist the crimes that these reported on the massacre of Rohingya civilians, this is a ethnic minority group that is widely detested by a lot of majority Burmese Buddhists people in Myanmar. And a lot of people after they were convicted chose to go on Facebook and social media and called them, traitors and said that they have betrayed their Buddhist roots and things like that. So there is not a lot of support inside the more for their reporting. It'll be another struggle for them. Now that they're out of jail to see how they're received back in society. Right. I mean, do you think they're released will say any kind of precedence? For other critics critics of the government who are currently imprisoned or is this just so exceptional because of the international pressure. Well, this case early exceptional. It's worth noting that under on sense Chee. Her government has seen large numbers of dissidents. Critics activists even artists and performers arrested for things like, you know, satire against the government of participating in protests. So there are a large number dozens we believe of activists were still behind bars, this amnesty does nothing to reverse their conviction. It does nothing to change the fact that they are still remained criminals in the eyes of the man, mar a legal system. It seems like this is a one time case involving these journalists and the implications for other dissidents really remains DC LA times reporter shank Bengali, he joins us via Skype. Thanks so much. Thank you. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm David Greene. And you're listening to morning edition on KCRW. Now this from KCRW news, Elliot city attorney has filed civil lawsuit against two large national tax preparation companies HR block and Intuit the company behind turbo. Tax.
"wallonia" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Denver they're located at sixty one sixty south Broadway in Littleton. Allenbach? We're located here in the NBA tonight studios in Denver, Colorado as the LA Lakers hand the Denver Nuggets their first loss of the season. L A gets the one twenty one to one fourteen win over Denver is LeBron James with a triple double twenty eight points, eleven rebounds, and eleven assists and three steals. Lebron and the Lakers improved to two and three on the season has the nuggets fall to four and one in the post game show, we will head back to Staples Center and hear from head coach Mike Wallonia dealers fortran the world of sports, but let's listen to the highlights from the second half of this contest. The Lakers had a one point lead at halftime LA was on top of Denver fifty eight to fifty seven for the nuggets came out in the third quarter and started making moods. Passover? Gets down the lane. I'm abroad. Gary hairs played thirty six minutes at thirteen points and five assists in the game. The nuggets outscored the Lakers there in the third so Denver heading into the fourth quarter had an eighty nine eighty seven lead over L A. And then in the four one of the nuggets who really play well tonight really really had a great game. Was this man gets the loose ball? Altimonte Morris Morris schizo double pick. You'll take a three. Six to ninety eight eight their big lead of the night in twenty seven minutes off the bench. Monte Morris had twenty points, and seven assists and three steals and not a single turnover in the contest that is stout. With five minutes goal in the game. The Denver Nuggets had a four point lead over the LA Lakers. But at that point the nuggets just with stone cold the Lakers.
"wallonia" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Producer shannon henry kleiber in barcelona with journalism professor chevy eijiro the future fills unpredictable in so many places today not just in spain if you look around the world right now it seems like everybody wants their own independent nation so are the old nation states toast that's what john feffer worries about he directs foreign policy in focus at the institute for policy studies where he keeps track of independence movements he says they're everywhere ooh many of them have been in place for a long time just as the catalan movement has been in place you find a strong movement in scotland you can find it in wales they're still tension in belgium between flanders and wallonia northern italy corsica those would probably be at the top so this is just europe then if we start talking about other places around the world where splintering has happening it just seems like shirley there's a laundry list anywhere else well i mean obviously if you look at the major multiethnic countries like china and russia you'll find quite a number of movements in china obviously tibet and xinjiang russia you have chechnya you have dagestan you have a movement even inside syria and so we haven't even gotten to the middle east john what's going on i mean why is this happening now well in middle east if we're talking just about the middle east it's certainly the kind of explosion of democratic sentiment of people kind of rising up against what were very authoritarian governments saddam hussein in iraq bashar al assad in syria and in part it's a legacy of lines of demarcation established by colonial empires long ago plus a war so the toppling of saddam hussein arguably was kind of the first signal that these tyrants are not eternal rulers and if you add in technology the ability of people to communicate through twitter and.
"wallonia" Discussed on WEEI
"Things that has been totally underrated when every time they talked about this lineup being okay without jd martinez everyone's going to get better while how did that work out for you last year in and i think there is absolutely a correlation between david ortiz being in the that order and these guys having much better years compared to last year because lat this year you put jidi martinez in there you take the pressure off everybody and also disc working through the middle of the order there is something to be said for having to actually worked through the middle yours yankees we all know what they have in that it is going to be a difference maker this time around at i think it is you're absolutely right i just think that this is going to make everybody better and i think all these guys should breathed a sigh of relief as he just gonna dh dht think think primarily yeah you know he's gonna i think built integrate them in the outfield but that's really the two options that you have in in and and you know really all this i always wants to play the outfield he wants to play the outfield he's not that could outfielder sorry mont he's just not going to say he was good he says he's not terrible you could he could play in the are what are we saw was different doesn't say so some most days it's going to be just morlin hanley wallonia from first and that's kind of it and then everyone else jarrett you would think so right air and obviously what that does in and we talked about this yesterday well if hanley catches fire you don't sit up when you sit morlin i don't know what to see how that plays out but right now you have two guys who can't be productive knb productive in moreland in hanley ramirez and if they do to a platoon you're talking about getting hanley ramirez under that four hundred ninety seven plate appearances don't have to.
"wallonia" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Oh interesting news for you my this morning women god i are turning to this in do it's one just amazing crowdfunding maternity these leave so i only twelve percent of employees in the united states have paid maternity when leave i okay a lot of folks a lot of women uh have to decide between sean bringing you know home the baby and then bonding in that hurting right oh back to work going right back to god work fmla from just the more or less protects day your job while you're out does not mean you're going to get paid for the referenced the us and papua new guinea law are only two countries dead of a hundred and 85 that do god not provide paid maternity and benefits away and what was that again they're only us and in then papua new guinea are only two countries out of one hundred eighty five the that do not provide paid number maternity again benefits so moms it's more and more moms you may be notes singh the who can i mall or don't have the ability for short term huawei disability are doing gofundme me to help you stay out of work a little bit longer to beijing they can bond with their newborn and not hustle back after day their body has healed and some by of them don't even waiting long enough for their body to heal the quite honestly this was something that we noticed when we were doing breathing clauses boom that win the instructor kind of asked the room how many of you you know are taking twelve weeks in six hey and there were a couple of women in the class the who said yet two mall weeks because the we don't have an eye core we got gotta pay bills and it was just so bring then you know and i very warned sad view you um and so then down we were wondering if you think they this is you know a wrong good idea considering ma that some of the options that women union don't have or whether wallonia you have new contributed to dis a friend or families die crowdfunding for maternity leave whoa or would you if the opportunity were.
"wallonia" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The tween let time when the oceans drying guidelines office and the rise of the sons of res there was an age on three and to this conner destined to wear the jews crowd novak wallonia todd not troubled it is i heats chronicler who alone can tell the of this saga let me tell you of the days of high adventure nso metal he then easing artas now carlos lage the racing of rarely outside right this choice red zone punishing oil war jimmy war was like a lengthy lionel barber loyd overseas appalachia would see us headed i can't wait to see the violence at which would blood pressure the pocket of your hands dan about upon a time limit their divorce came in the bearing the name on violent people instantly you wanna runin had people and make duffield smaller for everybody water thickness oh his perry hall here did not mean way darty bob here's john yes the sixteen i've whose year ours digging them we're going to the ceylon lazy goal fill it well got that john lewis great and his severely wounded choirs surgeries michelle malkin show in the indefinitely you're not really an extravagant guy that is there one thing that you that you get a sore flourish on that you can place that should for life a quarterback's standing there the new one what some undo bottom designs gentleman in me them in a whole slew sought shall we you care are always been a huge fan of of peanuts and um cash shoes as well but stretching beat up planners peanuts to stumps settle metal dot i go back to goma ballpark with my dad my dad lows peanuts to rick guy'd come down the aisle subpoena pena he's been there he's been to a super bowl james armaa and we'll have wanted his star people's come on at about ten o'clock to shun goltz in what was his nickname the haug was at the heart are due to sean goldstein sin was an alltime right i think he gets the love in san francisco that he deserves so we'll talk to him gave rangel booked his teeoff today and brian me and you didn't do such a a hip job we've got dave klein one of the three oldest guys to have seen all in the flesh all fifty two super bowls and then i booked bob lay not have outside the lines but more on that later so gave just really coming in.
"wallonia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"It ferment it into some sort of am like substance and drink that think too the arab beer as keeps the microbes from forming that's why they took it on ships right wife on the you know like the pilgrims the mayflower had biran it everybody's gotta beer action mark says beer bret baier was brought to the world the new world by the mayflower it's like the first thing we got that may be some salted fish by the way mark knows how to make beer and he knows how to make campbell trainers how to make a lot of stuff about you we we did this one time before and i enjoyed it everybody has something they know how to make some creative i just learned how to do something but and by the way speaking of the thank you to the the community member the listener the sent me the handmade mittens brown handmade mittens eyewear in every day i haven't lost them which is awesome i it'd be surprised at how little i lose given how much i scatter my stuff for him somehow it always comes back let's take a break and get to the weather wbz newsradio 1030 and talk to you join me wallonia six 175 410 third cbs news update democrats don't like it the fbi doesn't like it or president trump is expected to okay the public release of classified memo drafted by republicans on the house intelligence committee it alleges there's anti trump bias and the justice department cbs's steven portnoy in a statement to news organizations the fbi says it has grave concerns about material ommissions of fact and the republican drafted memo the bureau says those omissions quote fundamentally impact the memos accuracy cbs news confirms director christopher ray has communicated his objections to the document's release direct later the white house california democrat adam schiff accuses republicans of secretly altering the memo after the panel voted descended to the presidency information hasn't been vetted of they haven't been able to do analysis of what the impact on sources and methods are and while that analysis is supposed to go on you have a president to the white house says hasn't even read the memo cbs news update i'm jim chenevey i knew i had a problem but i didn't know what to do about him.
"wallonia" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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"wallonia" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"It will be on your home of the nfl playoff saying super bowl fifty two knbr 6'8 peace foreign slater we'll take on georgia monday on your home mumba college football championships in san francisco oculus station the tweeting that time when the oceans drying guidelines office and the rise of the sons of res there was an age on on three and to this qatar destined to wear the jewels crowd novak wallonia todd an untroubled it is i heats chronicler who alone can tell the of this saga let me tell you of the days of high adventure a cup accident might summit will be an easy tons now the racing heroin outside right this why them punishing award jimmy more flagrant missing up why would soon establish i would she is headed by care which side the violence at which employ pretty it crashing down before the end of apartheid bracelet the forest land on beilin people who to run and had people and make that field smaller for everybody thickness what an air what thirty five years tempted nominee way thirty five years in exile a job at all the sixteen iv sheer nor is digging them we're going to the sidelines lazy trim goal fill it well got back to maitland said great and it is being required surgery which i and on demand should be indefinite you're not really an extravagant guy that is there one thing that you think you're going to sort of splurge on that he could play such should for life two it is a quarterback standing there when he doesn't want to you know what i what someone to do i thought a big designs him gettleman in me did them in the bulls who sought the uk has always been a huge fan of of fina and um tissues as well but especially the peanuts planners peanuts to settle metal oughta go back to going to the ballpark with my dad my dad lows peanuts to guide come down the aisle beat up get your peanut beano hi jim has a better shot at getting his peanuts roasted and toasted then he does a coaching national championship in not we're not opening up our college football preview show i'll from atlanta the crossroads of college football to kinda third shaded arbab but.
"wallonia" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Liam vr six eighty schwartz knbr san francisco cumulus station may tween leadtime win the oceans drying guidelines office and the rise of the sons of res there was an age on three and to this qatar destined to wear the jews crowd novak wallonia pod nut troubled it is i heats chronicler who alone can tell the of this saga let me tell you of the days of high adventure the cutbacks links metal the bad news time the mayor of the mason embroiling us right this choice then you're seeing award jimmy more like method going why in oman which is tackle like i would see us headed i can't which see the violence that which was pretty depression hand upon a time rose was there two floors gave the bearing the violent people you want a runin if people and make them feel smaller for everybody just ridiculous or her heads years did not the way thirty five years in exile a job at all the sixteen ivelise year mars digging down so blinded a sidelined lazy drink goal fill it well god by god and said great cbs being required surgery michelle unit under mansur indefinitely you're not really an extravagant guy that is there one thing that you that you've got a sort splurge on that you can legs such a for life a quarterback's standing there when he doesn't wanna back man you know what i want someone a joke nyg bottom designs hit him in the knee victim in the balls through something you care sir always been a huge fan of of fina and um cash uses well but especially the that players peanuts just settle metal oughta go back to go to the ballpark with my dad my dad lows peanuts to guide coming down the aisle get your peanuts they beat up two peanuts you better get a host it today you're in philadelphia for the hundred eighteen army navy football game it sets as truly one of the great rivalries in sports it's a civil rivalry but that doesn't take away from the intensity of this match up it's it's off the chain awesome other than the fact that it's about twenty below and there's a wet snow precipitation that's right your boy peaches disruptive precipitation right on your face why don't you don't from philadelphia.
"wallonia" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Rain tweeting that time when the oceans drying guidelines office and the rise of the sons of arias there was an age on three and to this conner destined to wear the jews crowd novak wallonia todd troubled it is i heats chronicler who alone can tell the of this saga let me tell you of that days of high adventure i four cutbacks lanes on metal fine fine words the head of the wasting of runaway outside right this twice rest then punishing war what jimmy war like a lyon is tabloid are would she is headed i can't which said the violence outreach employed grady chrysler down afghan upon a time rose was in their divorce came to the bearing minimum violent people who wanna runin had people and make that fueled smaller for everybody roger thickness from there heads delivered here's tempted not in way darty lieres vile ajello the sixteen who year digging down foreman landed a ceylon lazy trim paul fill it well got that breach of his severe being requires chaudhry's i wish i knew the demand i'm definitely not really an extravagant guy that deserve one thing that you think you're going to sort of splurge on that you can place it should collect richard a quarterback's standing there the new doesn't wanna but you know what i want someone a joke wanna hear them and it needs to kick them in a bulls who sought the silver you care sir always been a huge fan of of fina and um chess shoes as well but stretching the peanuts planners peanuts just settle metal done i go back to donate ballpark with my dad my dad lows peanuts to guide coming down the aisle cleanup hitter peanut i don't know every time every time jim harbaugh sleighs me with that open today's a phenomenal day for college football fans football fans in general it should be an awesome freaking weekend if you're a forty nine are failing to get to see jimmy g tomorrow at ten a m from soldier field need to listen tim ryan's back in the booth back home where he belongs in terms of his professional career at the windy city hanging out with big ted robinson and thank god that kyle finally decided to.
"wallonia" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley
"And just and a go from there young married under the tie up i didn't tell me what he said was i felt of spelt so stupid and then um long long long story short he was my domestic abuse abuser so he went to jail for attempted murder crazy yeah whoa twist who co he actually he served i think eight years in prison and then when he got out he committed suicide wallonia but the courts ended up anoling it so how do we make a crazy vegas trap yeah oh my while that it ought to mary somebody that you've only known yeah learn that lesson yeah but i stayed with him for about a year and a half that know how to get out of that because you know he would if you if you as madam unified he was the greatest gabar behind dorothy was a modest her so i and then he was a a renew career actively what you're talking about yeah not personally thank god i mean i've never had to experience but i have had a close friend that in out in public he is charmer jim charm trump charm bear the parma's doors its violent and aggressive and so scary yeah i think it's important for people because a lot of people are in those situations and they don't know what to do you know and as a friend of hers i had no idea what inhaler to do i'm yeah i have no idea what you doing this situation godkin jobs go you gotta yard though took me like i mean it took i literally pratumma grandpa's like please tell me please let him me yeah it's i do not know how to get out of this and that's the most common problem is the most and i don't wanna just say women don't know where to go how delia yeah and they pull you back from that's why of work with save horizon.
"wallonia" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Three gauging the conversation fall lots of jampacked visit for me to clear like all the right away i will make you part of the convoy up i let's go to debra in atlanta debra good day welcome are are both of whom have been rockbottom of a word of profound i thought it was a great fight the reason why i said i didn't wanted to be stopped at that point is because i warning floyd money mayweather to knock example wallonia the campus and our big he was on his way because voigt money may whether he doesn't have a victory like that i wanted him to have a 10count not out victory especially for this guy after all the trash he talked about what he was going to do the floyd mayweather i wanted muddy mayweather to break the beat the brakes awful via that's the reason why i love anyway anyway levy oh much mature as a either by some no way when he was talking after were nobody he kid i thought gambling people think this at with it because that make greater with prime pilhar and four we are here rhetoric or not you when you go to renew pay unfit and then you can you math you're in need of out and get your pap and he at at that level by rent when women after if why why you know ha is hampered arbatov in high this up like that but if not around here if our worried it in philly and i just have no my best ever penalized like we get our another level and this away either like when he could predict when the fight with one in it because he has mastered the game there was no reason i am not like not mad 'cause he played in knocked it and i just have acquired aren't benin apathy present back then but is so sad at the way he is the pride on fire with that that's what you do like dan i like i love it mm about arden begging debra love you back i.
"wallonia" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"wallonia" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And harvey i mean it's all blown up at this point not just because the injuries and spa foreign with the mets over our covering methods and things like that but adriana lima natives his parting himself utterly potentially right along with the at the data you talked about this with me whether mcgregor you want the hero and you want the villain at what's happened in baseball the last five years is that hero and villain from my perspective has been might trout and harper her mike trout was the guy that was you know grit grind put his head down team player price harper was hair flip bat flip on great and you need to know it now i don't think either of them are villains i don't think either of them don't work hard i don't think either of them are art are taken a load off i think they both work hard but i think aaron gene judges much more the mic trout mode of smilin' i'm happy to be here i never gonna say i'm bigger than the team and for that to happen in new york it's part of the reason why people want brice harper new york because the combination of that little bitty ego and it's not a little bit too ego in new york but there's talent and and that's the thing with matt harvey is how much really was there to begin with well let me add other guys started the allstar game he pitched in the world series the left into long because he is pleading with terry collins in that thing changed a lot and i loved him i felt that i really did not actually hurt his career in the method that world series here's the thing about shrout though and this is where i think aaron judge this is the next thing that has to happen because let's be honest and has only been half a year old when he got called up last season he was not great at least 25 and harper enshrouded and do this since they were 920 wallonia but the thing is is that what is trout missing right well he's missing a postseason moment i mean if you really want.