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Bucks snap 5-game skid with 98-85 victory over Thunder
"The bucs season worst five game losing streak is over after Yanis intent to coop of furniture twenty nine points a season high nineteen rebounds and eight assists in at ninety eight eighty five downing of the founder of the lose that could include in now is not that you know who won a game now we feel good about ourselves only lose a game is so bad about ourselves it's always the same Khris Middleton added twenty points and help Milwaukee set a season low for points allowed the game was tied at forty two late in the second quarter before the box began in eighteen oh run after trailing by as many as twenty two in the third quarter Oklahoma City rallied in the final period and got the margin down to eighty three seventy six before losing Luthor had a team high seventeen points for the thunder I'm Dave Ferrie
Powell leads Raptors to 110-96 win over skidding Bucks
"Norman pal poured in twenty nine points and Pascal Siakam had twenty seven as the raptors handed the box their fifth straight loss one ten ninety six Toronto began a twenty one four run in the first quarter and open the second half of the thirteen Forsberg to take control Fred vanvleet contributed seventeen points eight assists and five rebounds for Toronto Yanis intent to Cooper had twenty three points twelve rebounds and eight assists for the box who hadn't dropped five straight since the two thousand sixteen seventeen season I'm Dave Ferrie
Raptors beat Bucks 124-113 despite losing Lowry to injury
"All five raptors starters were in double figures led by Fred vanvleet thirty three points in a one twenty four one thirteen win over the box the representative played most of the second half without star guard Kyle Lowry who injured his ankle vanvleet says the team knew it had to step things up next man up mentality that we've always out around here and something around charged again senior diligence increased my level of play when he's out Pascal Siakam added twenty three and the raptors snap their two game skid they pulled away from a halftime tie dialed it up to the three point line and also harassed Bucks all star guard Khris Middleton into a quiet eleven point night the bucs have lost a season high for the role Yanis out of a couple of high man with twenty four Chuck Freeman Milwaukee
Thunder overcome Antetokounmpo's triple-double, top Bucks
"Justin Jackson scored a season high twenty two points and hit a critical three with fifty seconds left helping the thunder close at a one fourteen one oh nine win over the bucs al Horford had twenty points nine assists and seven rebounds Lou Dordt scored nineteen points and Darius basically added eighteen for Oklahoma City Yanis intend to Cooper had twenty four points seventeen rebounds and ten assists for his fourth triple double of the season Khris Middleton added twenty three points for the box Milwaukee has lost three straight all wall guard Jrue holiday is but now because of health and safety protocols I'm Dave Ferrie
Gobert, Jazz beat Bucks 129-115 for 6th straight win
"The Utah Jazz continued their torrid win pace with a one twenty nine one fifteen victory over the Milwaukee Bucks really go bear had a double double with twenty seven points and twelve rebounds as the jazz won for the seventeenth time in the last eighteen games we will put it out to be to be able to be in a position where we are in right now and you know it's it's exciting and we got a you know always keep trying to find ways to get better and on and on sametime you know and enjoy every single moment Joe Ingles scored twenty seven points for Utah shooting seven for nine from three point range while Donovan Mitchell had twenty six points and Jordan Clarkson came off the bench to score twenty five for the jazz Yanis added a combo topped the box with twenty nine points and fifteen rebounds I'm Jim Bernard
Middleton, Antetokounmpo lead Bucks past Nuggets 125-112
"The box asserted themselves in the fourth quarter to win their fifth straight one twenty five one twelve over Denver Yanis until two combo was team high with thirty points in a victory that came despite starting guard drew holiday being a late scratch due to covert protocols you know everything was up in there to be no you don't play the game if not you know what the protocol well because it's not how the NBA and the unknown people gonna handle our situation but just the once I woke up I saw my father was not six are you ready for the game an early fourth quarter eleven three spurt gave the bucs a one oh four ninety three lead with eight fifty three to go and the walkie maintained control the coli okay it's dominated with a game high thirty five points and twelve rebounds but it wasn't enough first Morton Denver
Ingram, Ball lead Pelicans past Bucks, 131-126
"The pelicans wasted most of a twenty eight point second half lead before holding off the box one thirty one one twenty six the pelicans appeared firmly in control when Lonzo ball's jumper made it ninety three sixty five with four thirty five left in the third quarter the Chris Middleton's turnaround jumper began a head spinning twenty to three run during the next three oh eight ball highlighted this season best twenty seven point performance with seven three pointers Yanis intend to Cooper scored thirty eight points and had eleven rebounds for the box I'm the ferry
Elliott stops 40, Konecny scores as Flyers beat Sabres 3-0
"The Philadelphia flyers blank the Buffalo Sabres three nothing Tuesday night to split their back to back contests Brian Elliott earned the shutout making forty saves in his first start of the season last night was it was not what we wanted to to put on the ice as a team and you know I thought that the response tonight was so I was really good the eventual game winner came late in the second when Oskar Lindblom connected with the springing Travis connect me who shuffled the puck through the legs of Carter Hutton to put the flyers up one nothing after two when Hutton couldn't return for the third period the Sabres were forced to put the youngster Yanis your Hanson a net for just the seventh NHL game Jake Voracek scored his first of the season late in the third and Kevin Hayes added an empty netter to seal the win for the flyers I'm Walter Morris account no
Brooks leads Grizzlies to 1st home victory 115-110 over Nets
"Dillon Brooks dropped in twenty four points and Brandon Clark added twenty one for the Grizzlies in their win over the nets one fifteen one tent the nets wasted forty three points from caris levert twenty five coming in the second half is Brooklyn overcame a twenty two point first half deficit neutrality is too high to low we lost a game by game I try to stay the same regardless so this is just another step are definitely some things to learn from some things I was happy with so we'll move forward De'Anthony Melton had fourteen points for Memphis including a three pointer that capped a seven oh run after Brooklyn tied the game at one all for the Grizzlies picked up their first home win of the season despite losing center Yanis valid junis midway through the game due to health and safety protocols I'm Dave very
Record 3-point night helps Jazz win 131-118 at Milwaukee
"Donovan Mitchell poured in thirty two points and the jazz sank a team record twenty five three pointers in a victory at Milwaukee one thirty one one eighteen actually there's a recession recognize but not for sure but there's certain shots that I'm getting are making Jordan Clarkson at twenty three of his twenty six points off the bench in the first half as the jazz stopped a two game skid while handing the box their first home loss Utah broke open a close game by scoring the first twelve points of the fourth quarter to grab a one sixteen ninety six edge boy am Bogdanovich and Royce O'Neale each scored eighteen Yanis intend to Cooper had thirty five points and eight rebounds for the box well Chris Middleton had thirty one points and ten boards I'm the ferry
Heat avenge embarrassment, rally to top Bucks 119-108
"Gore and drag it scored twenty six points off the bench and he bounced back from Tuesday's forty seven point loss to Milwaukee by downing the bucs one nineteen one await the embarrassed us last night and you know we don't use nice uses they were better than us last night but the night we had to fight ten you know gets a win back Tyler hero delivered twenty one points and grabbed a career best fifteen rebounds from Miami which trailed by fourteen early in the second half and rally to get a split the two game two nights series Milwaukee hit sixteen three pointers just tonight after torching Miami for an NBA record twenty nine the bucs ways to the triple double by Yanis intent to Kubo who finished with twenty six points thirteen rebounds and ten assists I'm Dave Ferrie
"yanis" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand
"The Donald Trump campaign is the fact that they're slugs. Yeah we want control back. We want to get our country back because we want to get cancer back who doesn't want to get that country back. But the point we make is to get your country back we need to get our will back and we need to get back onto the finances and need to give it back from the states and the beautiful. That's because the covid nineteen now has shown they meant spout of government government can tell you you know you're not going to. Get Out of your home for the next twenty years. I'm not against the kind of quarantine and the lockdown. But what I'm saying is that what the condemning has revealed is immense power of the state over us. Yes. That which can be used or abused, or or whatever and people need to have the sense that they are in control of power and the way to do this is to combine economic democracy in the way I described it through the corporation that we're every book. Employee has one share and which gives them one vote but also. Imagine a world in which inevitably county there zones. The commercials zone of the social. Social. Zone contains housing businesses that are based on social principals. Right like Whoa, how you? Like us to have a in Britain council housing. And the commercial zone. Is, utilized. In order to make money but it is owned by. The people of the county. And they decide how much space give to the industrial zone to the commercial. Zone. whom they're going to charge for letting. them use that that's and that proceeds from this commercial zone utilize new social housing. And imagine what you have An, assembly account the Citizens Assembly. Which is selected by election, but by random draw like an inch nothing's. So that, you cut out the electioneering because we know that the elections very good for. See if there is a far better, the powerful of Hobbit do so. Much you have at role that decides who is sitting on this land council, and they make all the decisions often to listening to a different points of view by elected representatives by business interest by local communities and so on. And the you know the members of these lung cancers can rotate. Again. Through random selection that way you have a community political power..
"yanis" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand
"An emergent coalition between. Urbanites. More liberal left wing goose with people in the north of England. Who We're far more traditional, blue collar workers or fulmer local blue collar workers that wedded about you know. Very production of Katya, life. More than they worried about identity. Look at at the Wayne which calling was grow down through the weaponization of identity politics sue. Rather Sordid. Campaign of disinformation in distortion the. Business About cobain being Gordon being an anti Semite. Or Sanders being a misogynist Started within the Democratic Party to to to find ways of of creating discontent within the progressive supporting them. And they did so successfully. So Your question is, yes it can be done, but it is very difficult. And until and unless. Younger more liberal more Ebonite and more. Upwardly? Mobile Leftists. Ken Stott paying the dues and be more respectful. To those who've been held behind the left behind in the best built areas or in the Clintons on C. Areas and the born Los Areas of the world. Unless we have a genuine. Sympathy. Of One another. It could work what really you know. I, campaigned against Brooks atop as you probably remember. And yet the content within witch radical left-wing good people. You know my friends, you know feminists, progressives, members of the epide- community is on the way who are on the programming side the way with which they treated contemptuously You know people in Yorkshire. Who had voted for Brexit? That really upset me And you know I'm old for, for instance, bringing down the symbols. Of. Institutionalized. Racism whether it is changing the name of Yale, university or bringing down statute in With that I don't mind. But what we must understand is that when somebody's about to lose their job in a factory? Or they've lost it. It. Really offers them. No sackler it offers them. No. Satisfaction to hear that university now is called something else. Is, interesting how that example cuts to the heart of the issue of symbolic cultural change versus meaningful economic change and and in a sense it. Ossified estrangement between working. Common. Traditional Labor vow. In the Labor Party a light by is a synonym for work for the industrialized people working in industrialized jobs people who fifty sixty years ago we're told that there is such a thing as Britain that Britain is set and it is worth laying down your life for for the reality of Britain and now being invited to casually discard this identity that was offered them as of Palliative for personal sacrifice. My sense is that when you give the example of an a democratic. All Corporate organizations such as you worked in in Seattle, I wonder how that maps onto communities I, wanted to Jaanus. About the plausibility. With some optimism and and if I might be clear. Excitement the idea of standing on the IP of standing on a political platform that you have begun to outline, and clearly you elaborate on a novel of the way you can list manifesto that includes. The ending show markets, the abolition of banks, the reimplement of. Communities are. Work based on craft based or economies less time working more time for families that innocence a correlative of that would be the end of globalization. Globalization's the veins of globalization the the financial global financial markets, and if those are off, then you address painlessly to problems of rise of fatty, retro nationalism and the. The kind of the insidious onslaught onslaught of. Corporate globalization. So why do you is that something that you propose is that possible and would you have to that from the offset on an international level due to the scale of the project? Absolutely. Absolutely. The distinction I draw is between internationalism and globalization. We need to internationalism to kill off globalization mobilization for me the way I understand it is complete. Liberation of capital. Of Money. To move uninhibitedly around the globe the Dutch rebuttal. Z.. Commodities. To cross the US Mexican. Border. Yeah. That is now now has been for a long time an impenetrable wall for human beings. So human beings, it's quite remarkable. If you go to the US Mexico border fence, you see thousands of people from Latin America. In the shadow of lot wall waiting for an opportunity to. Jump it and enter the United. States. In such a work when through the various openings whole. Train loads and truckloads of commodities Move, completely efforts effortlessly from one side of the border to the other. So I would like a world in which Restrictions capital movements, and notice fictions when human beings around. That means the end of globalization and the beginning of the nationalism. I personally consider a borders to be scar on the face of the earth. And and this is the price we have to pay these borders that are getting. More electrified and more impenetrable the more capital and commodities are free to move around. So. We Need International. Solidarity? We need an international movement. Some of us are putting together. What because the Progressive International On, the eighth of September we have an inaugural meeting and that goes down my friend non trump's economic line covering Yacob's dot of the Prime Minister of Iceland. Benny Sanders. Team are part of that. We have people run on my a- from Japan and so on. Because we need to start moving along those lines, but let me make one final point. More. Bring it back to the more spiritual level. In the end. In the end. What really matters is that. People feel. That's it. In control of their lives, you know one of the most insidious aspects of the right-wing breaks. Campaign..
"yanis" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand
"Tell you why because we're doing zoom calls now where we raise money for really cook causes like for example, I might get a new hat. Now we like like I like this different charities we're raising money for treasures. That's a Cherry for women dealing with addiction What was the one? Connor who think we should help the mix were probably up them. At some point. If you charities you're interested in Gen just yourself Jen Jen lights go never all day. I don't think that's ethical. Jen We'll look into it. Perhaps we can. If this is going to if we're GONNA run company democratically which we. We could Then we could really really look into that. We could get swept up in the. Dream, of Democracies being true to his Greek. US even to this day greatness I think. Green designed a weakness. Babe is a compliment that's what I've always said. So yes, sign up to Russell brand dot com because I'm thinking of doing some live events. Christina you know what I better, get anything the current viruses hoax. Back. Joke Corona verses of real. Matt's plane is die I'm just we do some socially distanced mosque wearing live events. How about that? Nah. Well how could I? Took it. Okay. Love. Sound of that having a wasp trapped in no, I won't do that because we're doing that one to reach his poem that's an outdoor event. Tickets sold out in the fray terrier but we could I think we could do things in a field. Like with bales of Hay. Picture. Dusk byles. Of High. Alone, man swathed in white walks across the sunset sky. Is that the sound of Andrews I hear. On debris is me. And then I come out and do some jokes people to sat there with mosques and what kind of stuff. No they didn't even moss outside today. So. Anyway even for now, we're doing these zoom Korman's five quit pop money goes to. Paper to set treasures. Be I o'connor good. Basically helping drug addicts and the mentally ill who if you listen to podcasts he probably actually also are drug addicts and mentally you might be recovery. Who isn't mentally ill? How could you not be mentally ill living in this? Zoo. This this topic so so I'm calling it again touching social media if you want to his comments for the episode of Them Bill, Bird Likely episode that Bill Burr go. Why Yeah. I like even the clip the Robert Psychopath clip that we released that was good. Wasn't it? Mental. Health. Really. Lovely call compliments from people sign about the moment when Bill Burr was moved to tears Kinda love business particularly bill. Burr. Is such a kind of icy Missouri full fry on the Front foot type of comic he's like A. Doesn't seem to present SIP. Of course, you'd have to be sensitive to come into Berlin materially regularly create. 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Spin neath the surface of people we have Maya of the ideas that finance on his trip. Welcome to Russell brand. Under, this game. When thinking about something like an uprising or even opposing as establishment power. One obvious problem that occurs to me and it's something that you have. Extolled upon and explained even in this conversation is the obvious fishes they exist. Among what would once have been for has left most notably in the emergence of the S J W, social. Justice Movement, and how abstract it and often oppose they are from the traditional working class or blue collar support of left wing movements who I think it's safe to say now feel holy estranged from the par is that at least? Superficially augmented to serve them. I was interested that you said earlier that the Democratic Party or of America never really had that agenda and the Labor labor movement in this country was corrupted as early as the nine in two thousand s because popular myth in the east. Of Ninety four is was a great moment for the Labor Party with a national, her service services that it wasn't too much. Lay The player and under Clinton in the United States that they're left wing lost the left lost. It's Mojo become Castro. Even a kind of as you say, an imitation of Republican or Conservative parties respectively do you see there being the possibility of? How would you even just to result? How would you do think it's possible to resolve the Fisher they exist between sort of the more metropolitan social justice, identity politics, oriented members of progressivism, and the now left behind working class blue collar people. Now. Feel soft, not only resentful towards establishment power but perhaps even more resentful to these kinds of movements that make them feel culturally I alienated and often demonize working class people as one of their dominant motifs. Way Way to ask me that question. So years ago I would be a lot more domestic than I am today. Because I saw, you know thirty years ago this what exactly what you described, what's happening in the Labor Party under Corbin?.
"yanis" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270
"If the Lakers win I think Yanis is the one guy who can actually cover a day. I think he could give him all sorts of problems. And I don't think Davis as good a defense players he is, they might run 12 and defensive player of the year between two of them. I like Johannes, slowing Davis more than I like David slowing the honest in and I don't disagree with that. But I'll say it quickly. One thing I look at it. A serious like that is LeBron makes bucket. It's why he was able to get Ruby Gibson and our Nick rejects into the year. Right, So it's like it. That's how we get he makes things easy. Especially when you're allowing him to facilitate. That's not the game of of the blood cells and the guards of the bucks. They need to shoot the ball really well, when the honest is is doubled, sometimes even you know, almost like he's India in prison somewhere on the court. For me the Lakers. They make buckets easier that even if that was awash with a D, and he was frustrated, LeBron's gonna find a way to get the guys We're going to have more open shots shall see. It's going to be fun. I'm going to get John. Well before that, my friend appreciate you coming on tonight. Ah, Glad. Hear you in the slammer. Doing well put those kids to bed for school in the morning. I will do and I'll be on the next three nights in MBA TV. And after hearing you rightfully point out that I'm doing too much. I will ask for a raise. Yeah, Tom to call me. I give you that made your backing up. Like I said, I've already doubled your salary for tonight. Maybe I can help the help elsewhere, too. I will spread it all across many places. I could get better. Jerry's ice cream, my friend. I will talk to him. Casey. Thanks. That's Casey started serious accident, MLB network radio and turn it Sports on N BA TV night in tonight out. Oh, he's going to be a busy boy the next couple nights because you're playing. Four games every day for the next minimum of five days. Got to be five. Could be six. Could be seven. Depending on how these opening Siri's go if we don't see any sweeps. They're going to be very recommended four games a day every day, and everything will be on TV. And then you're going to enter N ba TV to get your wrap ups and recaps with Casey Start. I'll get my old reopened, coming up in just a flash. 855 to 124227 Mac rolling right along on a Sunday Get together here on CBS Sports Radio. It.
Antetokounmpo, Bucks players join Milwaukee protest
"The NBA and other professional sports organizations continued to express outrage over the death of George Floyd and police brutality Emily files of member station WUWM reports the Milwaukee Bucks are planning a black lives matter protest today the NBA's reigning Most Valuable Player Yanis on tend to Colombo joined protesters as they marched for the ninth consecutive day on ten to compose says he wants change and justice for his city he and his teammates wore shirts with the words I can't breathe a reference to George Floyd whose death at the hands of Minneapolis police set off calls for change across the country the issue of police brutality is personal for the Milwaukee Bucks one of their players sterling brown suit Milwaukee police in twenty eighteen when officers used a stun gun as they arrested him for a parking
"yanis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"I think the ball the ball Yanis Madonna showed no chance to double upgrade Malena takes third the cardinals have runners at first and third to ouch Rafael Furcal hit the ball to the warning track in left center field precisely just into the game as part of a double switch ran that one down on the track a one for four games for for Cali's homered in each of the last three games or call bats right handed six home runs twenty two runs batted in this year between the Dodgers and cardinals the pitch by Chapman hi strike gold the cardinals need that run from third base they have designs on winning this one tonight keep the pressure on the Reds right now they they lead by two eight to six from the stretch the pitch swing and a foul ball and for callers in the whole nothing into well the Reds bad the ninth inning will send a bottle Bruce and then the pictures by northern roads is been ready in the cardinal bullpen for some time NASA continues to throw on the left center field bullpen now the pitch to fur collar slaying a base hit to right field Malina.
Murray scores 21 as Nuggets beat short-handed Bucks 109-95
"The nuggets jump down to a big early lead and held on for a one oh nine ninety five victory over the box Denver placed six scorers in double digits led by twenty one from Jamal Murray at fifty three and twelve Milwaukee has the best record in the NBA but it also was a three game losing streak on this night its case wasn't helped by its missing four starters including reigning NBA MVP Yanis Antetokounmpo he was out with a knee injury Bruce Morton Denver
"yanis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You this is a business and so on the I just know that a new commission well there are more your general manager had a great line to kind of address all of that he said being different doesn't really get appreciated until it works do what I'm doing what is what is also said and done you know the appreciate it more you know what I wish I could just run run in the seventh year running just done like that takes no skill at all I got actually learn how to play best one hundred SQ you know that's a good idea sounds James harden on the jump with Rachel Nichols on ESPN shots fired and it's quite apparent who's talking about Yanis of course where's the beef while dates back to last year were Yanis beat out harden for the MVP you go to the all star game a few weeks ago Yanis did not pick James harden instead he picked Kemba Walker saying you pick Kemba Walker Kemba Walker because you want somebody who can pass even though harden is ninth in the league in assists where's Walker is way back thirty six in the league in assists but still Yanis jabbing hard and then the all star postgame press conference a classic fourth quarter team Yanis was victorious Yanis through another verbal jab at harden saying they went out of in the fourth quarter basically saying Harding was the worst defensive player on the floor so hard in fires back at Jana Sena big way with Rachel Nichols Friday on ESPN and Yasser sponsor Friday night with a huge game box blew out the thunder one thirty three eighty six Yanis drops thirty two with thirteen rebounds plus forty four on the night and then after the game Yanis had his own say on the matter disputing pardons assertion that he only has a power game at seven feet obviously every time you go to power through this you know like one of the best players of Ron Michael Jordan Kobe all those guys shackle those guys they're they're extremely like physical they play you know like they they made make their presence felt in the paint.
"yanis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Newest rivalry in the NBA forwards I would James harden V. Yanis it really started last year when Jana inside edged out harden for the MVP harden was going for his second straight ahead I will play it feels like you should a wanted his very cultural about sad news and I've has where the rockets as an organization the exiting out a missive on their official Twitter accounts once a weekend from there usually usually Odyssey took some shots at heart and Hey all star game is apple weeks ago picking him a wider throwers team saying you wanted someone who passes to the one you have no heart and ninth in assists this year Walker is thirty six hi and you so you're not Yanis factually wrong Michael just ripping harden none the less than after the game Yanis both how many percent in the fourth quarter his team it's not harder or god strongly insinuating and either looked up just stopping short of saying outright that James harden was the worst offender I court or Tom Brady sixteen so then in an interview with ESPN's Rachel Nichols on her television show jobs all right well James harden dot com took a thinly veiled or maybe not so thinly veiled shot Yanis saying I wish I was seven for the year ended running just on that no smell at all oil seventy feet in height if you're talking about and then what I love about Yanis is all about and why I say I prefer ya this is branded superstar harden on this Tomball understanding honest it was fun and I think that's great ways into it yes but he had a goddess does his most powerful talking as loud as talking a few well placed on the court he dropped thirty two tonight right but what you close out the thunder one thirty three eighty six radis wraps had taught eighth time this year Jana has scored thirty points thirty minutes that's an NBA record and one of several reasons why the rockets are the team to beat came back in the first eight five five two one two I have them thoughts around him to be invited not the rock after play in many ways the into the style of that's one of the rockets eight five five two one two for CBS your phone.
Harden scores 38, Rockets beat Jazz 120-110
"NBA box place the Sixers one nineteen ninety eight Yanis into Kubo became thirty one points seventeen boards and eight assists elsewhere he handed the Cavaliers won twenty four one oh five rockets one ten one twenty jazz one ten James harden thirty eight points a couple of surprises Mavericks lose to the hawks one eleven one oh seven kings one twelve forty three over the clippers elsewhere network for Hornets one fifteen eighty six sons one twelve bowls one of
"yanis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"If all are healthy here my top five players in the NBA Kalai lebron KD Yanis and Steph curry those to me of all about the are the five best players in the NBA now we know Katie's out for the year we know steps is hurt why does the whole load management thing and you got lebron Yanis in there as well so you have two of the top five players in my mind out right now in the NBA Mikey be your top five players who's the best player in the NBA let me start you off right right now all I'll go with Kawhi Leonard I believe he's the best player in the NBA I think a healthy Kevin Durant free preacher an injury was the best player in the league but could you couldn't guard a shot but to say who is now I mean it's just impossible to under to know I mean only time will tell yeah if you ask me for one season next year would I rather have Kevin Durant or Yanis who would you pick if I if I'm getting the Durant pre injury I'm taking Drano one year one year next year then I'm taking you know take the gamble taking on this yeah I would take out of states just to it's too rich it's too risky when you have a guy that's that good if you said something like you want it Durant or give me like harden or Westbrook then all gambling KD but you're going to that next elite level I'll take the safe bet because he's I mean he's the Greek freak but if all are healthy and if K. D. returns back to form or let's say ninety percent of that you probably still take Kevin Durant for one year at ninety I'll take ninety percent to read yeah I because he's proven he can do it in the finals I mean the guys it was a machine when they needed him to score and he carried the warriors in the NBA finals versus the cavs the box to me are such a great story line and I know we don't pay a lot of attention to them like right now in the regular season because for a lot of people seems that's a foregone conclusion that they're going to get to the finals if the Greek freak can get that team to the finals of the maybe let's say beat the Lakers or beat the clippers and I think the best thing for the NBA would be the box up against the Lakers that would you know excite me the most if the honest though could get that victory and it seems crazy that he needs something this early in his career when he's about to get back to back MVP is on the rise of Jana Sangh to compile but if he does get that championship this year that makes the conversation a lot tougher it really doesn't who's the best player in the league now it's still probably collide because of the two way player Kawhi is and Kawhi Leonard having two finals MVPs as well but if Jana scats and it seems stupid that we need to say the guy needs a surge is about to win back to back and B. peas but if you want a finals MVP even a lot of people are all in on Yanis there's gonna be a bigger surge for Jana Santa Comba and my favorite part about all this when you're discussing these two players in just to show you how much of an inexact science all of this is Jonathan Cole why were both the fifteenth picks in the NBA draft and that you're talking about is the two best players in the NBA so it just shows you when you go into like tanking and people need to find the right match you don't find the right player one or two you can do well if you find the right player in draft well because these two guys are the cream of the crop in the league right now is there anyone you disagree with me and no water lebron KD staff collided Yanis is the five best players in the league if they're all healthy is there anyone you would want to substitute out of there now the band who's your best finally right now I think lebron James is still the best basketball player in the world that's fine I would disagree that I've Klein number two I think they're kind of head and shoulders if I had to really likes pick a guy right now to win a playoff series right now I think they're head and shoulders above Yanis Katie and then step we have the same top five and I can hear Texas getting all upset right now about harden's omission from this conversation open the playoffs Ackley idiocy he's been around way too long and and James harden is a heck of a regular season player but wanted to see him go over twenty two it sometimes the plows from three K. D. goes down not able to to win that game it's the same story over and over and I know the rockets fan is going to sit there and say we lost Chris Paul that one year we lost that you know it in that about you know games six games that I I don't care for James harden there's too many times he goes missing and in the big moment in the big stage and that's a big time problem he's a he's a as the buyer but I just don't put in the top five A. L. Hart is one of the strangest players I've ever seen in my life personally I've never seen a player that is so dynamic and so difficult to guard but at the same time gets trash so much for its inability to show up in big spots and we're having this conversation I don't even I don't think any reasonable person would put him in the in the company of those other five players he's just not there he hasn't won when he asked you he and his defense is suspect at best let me get to this too before we take a time out we'll get to ray boom boom Mancini on the other side we were talking about John B. line this week who did it I guess it's a resignation and they're moving into some different role in the organization we'll see how long that will last Charles Barkley did sound off on this last night on T. and T. here's Charles I want to call out the Cleveland Cavaliers I told her what they did to drug called the line was ridiculous I'm professional I think the veterans on that team were not leaders I think the young guys who can't play I think they're better than they are and they try to get that man fired they got that.
Chicago: Team LeBron Wins NBA All-Star Game At United Center
"Dot com last night's NBA all star game arguably the best in recent memory team lebron be team Yanis one fifty seven one fifty five in a new format that had the teams played to a specific score in the fourth quarter much more competitive and it was one of the many tributes for the late Kobe Bryant and his daughter G. Otto's coming next line this making this the first call to mind the control freak I mean I want to thank you for everything you've done for me all the long talks and work also no thank you this is my friend why Leonard courtesy of TNT he won the first Kobe Bryant all star MVP award by scoring thirty points Joe well them beat had twenty two in ten fourteen Yanis he told ESPN's the Woche podcast we want to come out and be aggressive if you don't count the first
"yanis" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Lebron beach team Yanis of the NBA all star game in Chicago last night require Leonard won the Kobe Bryant MVP award scoring thirty points former Hornet Kemba Walker added twenty three in the game the Hornets next play at Chicago on Thursday night in their first came out of the all star break Cleveland Cavaliers reportedly had conversations with head coach John be lied about him stepping down the line is in his first season there after twelve years at Michigan Daytona five hundred postponed by rain yesterday rescheduled to get back up at four PM today Ricky Stenhouse junior holds the lead through twenty laps complete with Joey legato second Jim's Okey W. B. T. sports W. B. T. we leave local I'm Steve counts WBT news our keep up the good work guys thank you very much for being an entertaining and somewhat funny in the morning fourteen years is Charlotte mayor this is N. C. governor the weather man you know I'm that way every day behind the scenes conversations it's fantastic but I'm never wrong that's the only difference you know talking points a lot more I've got pads on my jacket tweed jacket W. B. T. preset sound gotta go T. in a mustache I smoke a pipe now the Pat McCrory show so and that's just on the radio with the low tops.
How the NBA All-Star Game honored Kobe Bryant
"All star game is in the books and as tributes to Kobe Bryant poured in at the game last night maybe the best tribute to the ultimate competitor was the fourth quarter of the game itself the modified Ulam ending made every basket and every possession matter down the stretch two years is captain of team Yanis two years losing to team lebron at the NBA all star game for the bucs star has forty honest well he was more active defensively than off instantly in the fourth he wasn't worried about it you cannot go wrong you know can buy com jail me see I come everybody's great place you know whoever has the boys will make a play phone are you known the guy next seven does give a good because you know we we all great players yeah honest honest with twenty five points to lead his team the clippers Kawhi Leonard led all scorers
Kawhi Leonard named the first winner of the Kobe Bryant MVP Award at the NBA All-Star Game
"The gull collide Leonard has been named the recipient of the very first Kobe Bryant all star game MVP award Kawhi Leonard is your all star MVP for the sixty ninth NBA all star game PJ Carlesimo furry format that work a format that worked again to honor Kobe Bryant we went to the fourth quarter needing a target score of a hundred and fifty seventeen Yanis have the advantage it was one thirty three one twenty four you had twenty four points to the team that's leading to that was Yanis that put you at one fifty seven his fourth quarter which was on time to was phenomenal it was in and I think with all due respect neither team won the NBA one this format was a great format both players embraced it nobody was really thrilled with it on a free throw but guess what there were a lot of free throws in the fourth quarter because both teams were defending and playing very very
Raptors 'zombie'-like as win streak ends at 15
"NBA for game lead on Denver in the west mall merry thirty two points the nuggets for game win streak came to an end Milwaukee with a rare loss there again without Yanis on the couple they found themselves down by twenty three at halftime lost at Indiana one eighteen one eleven T. J. Warren thirty five points for the Pacers to end a six game losing streak Toronto's fifteen game win streak is over raptors lost to Brooklyn one oh one to
"yanis" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The draft all he did was go nine for eleven scoring a team high twenty one to lead the pelicans past the bulls one twenty five one nineteen Jack Levin twenty two for the bulls who dropped their fourth straight payment or take a story on us you know you just saw the night I would say that would get the first unit in there you know not if we win that Adam go crazy and putting back in the last five minutes so they know it's gonna blow out but you know it's really gonna come in there and be ready rookie Adam a cocoa with fifteen points in a five minute span in the fourth quarter the bulls at Philadelphia Sunday Sixers loss to Milwaukee one twelve what a one their fourth straight loss the Bucks Yanis onto to compose the Lakers lebron James chose up sides for the all star game a week from Sunday at the United center first pick for James is Lakers teammate Anthony Davis Yanis followed with Joe L. M. B. the Sixers the Blackhawks rock but their number their playoff rivals Godwin's Nashville Winnipeg in Minnesota closing in on the wild card teams Arizona in Calgary both of whom lost five other teams within five points of Arizona for that first wild card spot our expanded ex five Blackhawks support will talk to coach Jeremy collagen next half hour at eight forty AJ head says he hopes people draw their own conclusions in an interview set to air tonight on MLB network the former Astros manager makes his first public comments on the sign stealing scandal that led to his ouster says hinge it's a fair question when asked by a reporter Tom Verducci weather the Astros twenty seventeen championship has been tarnished by the scandal Dave at it WGN sports your money on WGN employers across the U. S. added two hundred twenty five thousand jobs last month with unemployment rates are rising just three point six percent the economists predicted a hundred fifty eight thousand new jobs would be added in January according to the labor department construction industry led the way with an addition of forty four thousand jobs the leisure and hospitality sector as well as health care professional and business services and transportation and warehousing jobs all increased average hourly earnings for workers rose just over three tenths of a percent to twenty eight dollars and forty four cents marking eighteen consecutive months of wage gains Southwest Airlines is giving its employees our share of the profits CNN reports the company will pay each of its sixty thousand work or is the equivalent of about six weeks of their pay as part of a six hundred sixty seven million dollar bonus program this is not a great year for the airline the past year it flies more Boeing seven thirty seven Max airplanes than any other airline had to watch it's a large portion of its fleet to be grounded and the loss of some ticket sales as a result of that I'm Steve ABC.
"yanis" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The big lebron Yanis till tonight in all forty eight wins between us to himself the first black rain American job well done thank you as always remember to hang with us tomorrow leader barn that place to be on the northwest side Irving Park Road no leader really awesome football Friday lasted two thousand is going up for the game tonight the cars in the box not going really but so we never talk about this at the holiday party last night a rate cut it would be fun take the boys drive up to Milwaukee take the kids see game I like to see that building yeah you got a nice idea to again we really mean you guys act nicely I'm sure yeah such seats Mr Karmazin having ice box up there too yeah I'm sure they do the building looks awesome so it'd be fun to see honest up their lives of senior honestly live yet I don't think I have so I feel like I remember they get any fun if you think you would be fun yeah she has had this phone call we had we had a complaint about your your parity context and whites can hold on for an hour just to compare our the lab was only that she does when you guys is concerned what has she actually goes you scheduled it the the one contest ended before thanksgiving blah blah blah yeah the seventh is when you guys did the final this hi this is what we like to play the songs now during the sense what his complaint was was why are you scheduling the parody song around so these vacations we told that's not true we sat center weeps we said it's like I like that you know there's a method to the madness I like to call me I'm trying to book and the book it right look out we've done it to where it's gone deep into December if I had my druthers I'm sort of with him your you yeah where are you agree with him I will double my my thing is always been I've I like it right around thanksgiving yeah it's open all the time yeah yeah she opened up giving one of all we do when does it culminate then it's a good question here I think we should do it all year round just twenty four hours seven seven twenty four nine but now now with the light starts playing Christmas music when November first first of all you guys played do you know like I by November first SiriusXM they're already like right which I like I love Christmas music because we got which you know on Halloween what's your favorite Christmas care little drummer boy number one number nine Scoobies Christmas really ask with the red Baron is the red Baron doubt how does that sound sing that for me John I don't have that was the night before Christmas reported though which movie went up in search of his phone that's all I can make a note all of its mandated and called on to do it again I might add that could be better if you let something like there is some is spells those prisoners I've heard it but I didn't write great songs out there when the Bering cries out my friend that's okay.
"yanis" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Night it's been rolled through the tended to overall the thirty seven thirty comeback win against the Minnesota Vikings Russell Wilson with touchdown passes in the second half to David Moore and Rashad any Munich times host of ESPN daily podcast on the NBC peacock between Boston and Lamar Jackson for Russell it would be that he has significantly less talent around them I think and I I do believe that the ravens have won the best offer the line we had a failed yeah that would work for the baby if you get a better idea of the by the way they have a better weapon but Mars has I think quite a bit more the fifteen and I don't like thank you for the hotel needed time to Freddie Fitzsimmons Monday night on ESPN radio Chris Carson over one hundred yards rushing for the seventh time at the start of last season for Seattle NBA Yanis with a big night Milwaukee for the Bucks really a sober Yanis not a the honest down the lane Figueroa ninety three to fifty five yada says twenty seven points fifteen rebounds ended up with twenty nine points and fifteen boards on WTMJ radio box led by twenty seven at that by thirty eight I guess the next after three quarters and won by forty four Bucks of one twelve in a row and they're now an NBA best eighteen and three according to ESPN to get past the Reds in Mike Moustakas are green on a four year deal worth sixty four million babies on Monday pretty urgent pro part of the country now first and live on ESPN radio that on the E. S. P. N. every Tuesday for the last thirty years the radio objected bids for present about president George hopefully get feelings on the show woman fine Monday Night Football last night we have to do that you know it's funny.
"yanis" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"State of Wisconsin Yanis and company starting to become that national attraction that we all hoped they would be in baseball Major League Baseball released its schedule for the entirety of next season as well yesterday the brewers opening up at home against the cubs Thursday March twenty sixth they're also playing a set of interleague games next season against the AL east division so with the Yankees in Milwaukee that full schedule available for you right now at W. T. M. J. dot com after day off yesterday hours are back in action shop tonight it's the start of a two game series against the twins Christian Yelich has not started in five games due to a recurring back issue he was able to pinch hit late in the game on Sunday the expectation is that he will be back in the lineup tonight the brewers enter this year is two and a half games out of first place in the NL central they also have a game out of the N. L.'s second wild card spot our coverage of tonight's game begins at six thirty five finally in football Packers get ready for preseason game number two that's Thursday night in Baltimore against the ravens one player to keep an eye on public G. coral no one has seen him drop a ball he had a very difficult catch from Kaiser he got wide open on another plate from Kaiser he's not jealous well long haired Jesus looking white guy that went to the state school and has some medical bloodline he's legit band I wrote a story last week in which j'ai year Alexander called him a beat that is high praise from the Packers starting quarterback Jason will join ninety four five ESPN yesterday that is where the audio is from the what do you how do you describe him gene that Jesus will you look at a white guy the state school I love that but apparently J. groomer played pretty well this preseason our coverage of Thursday's game begins at three o'clock in the afternoon with WTO case opening drive coming up on seven nineteen oh my goodness I need to schedule an eye exam for Stacey before school starts to go to chapel optical.
"yanis" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"We look at taking the garbage out at night, something that is actually we don't want to do it. But it must be done. So as public service, and as long as we maintain continual grassroots democracy winning the movement. So for this the to five we've heard about everything in every Monday Wednesday and Friday, almost you know, there's a vote about our policies about what are we going to do in Italy in Poland? So on this chance there are no guarantees because the nasty side of humanity is always just below the surface ready to pounds up and destroy the best and the most humanistic of projects. This is why. The progressive international. We just set up with the sounds institute in Vermont, we have two colors black and red like the old advocates read for revolution. And and the and the heart and black for the dark side that resides in each one of us Star Wars now, none of Star Trek. I hate that. Okay. Star Wars is just so American. Well, that's that's a discussion for another episode. Let's have it is important discussion. You you. You mentioned the Sanders institute. And let's let's talk about something that you announce their you you cosign this this letter with Jane Sanders had of the Sanders institute Bernie centers wife calling for the formation of a progressive international. What are the what are the goals with that? Isn't it the remarkable that after the gigantic crisis of two thousand eight the only people around the planet who've been organizing internationally are the bankers on the one hand the fascist on the other. And we progressives are killing each other and disagreeing. And not collaborating, and you know, we're just such a Saudi ridiculous lot. Isn't it time that we created the progressive national by which fight on the one hand the so-called liberal establishment, which has keep saying it's neither liberal or not very well established anymore and on the other hand that Trumpian fascists? But what does this actually what what is this look like in practice while it's very bare bones simple organism notable head article. And not at all megalomaniac. We're not going to create a international organizational rule the world what we want is a network of trade unions or political movements social movements political parties of municipalities that. Create it that basic infrastructure for us to be able collectively to develop answers to basic fundamental questions of progressive cannot live an answer. Like what we do. How do we fund the green transition that? We'll talk about. Yeah. It's one thing to say. We know we want the green new deal for the world. But where the money comes from. And we don't want just you know, hound waving and generalizations and wishful thinking with we rich. Yeah. Exactly. How do we do it? And do we need tax rate so much can we print the money like they have been you know, that it should have been printing in order to distribute one another after thousand eight so these are important questions. How do we found an anti poverty program? How do we distribute wealth redistribute wealth within countries and between countries, which is absolutely essential? If we don't do that. We don't really about the green you these questions that previous generations threat to answer. So. So the the first international commission, the national try to answer those questions, and there were some veins or seances, the even even if the are and he's administation during the war tonight to answer that question, and there is was the Bretton Woods system and was a Dacia system. It had some very interesting character very progressive ones. For instance, you know, a complete defended the finances. And that's why the financial hated better woods, these therefore are the questions that we this generation must sit down and work out other other transnational planetary level, certainly, but you know, it's we right now, you will you say yourself, and you you've written recently, and these op-eds about twenty-five about your new projects that the European project is is is falling apart of resentment towards specials towards the us, increasing especially from the far, right? But also from some sectors in the left here in the United States. We feel like by and large that you know, we we are silos off from the rest of the world and even on the left here in the United States democratic socialist here prioritize the American working class which often whose interests can often be in conflict with say of the proletarian the global south. How can you you know, we we solve these problems? We think about a global new deal..
"yanis" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"I thought point of course, I was reminded of the of the importance of internationalists couple of weeks later. I happened to be. In Berlin, having coffee with a friend of mine crowd philosopher, not Slovenian philosopher. I'm not talking about Ceska Horvath, and he said to me. So what do you want to do? Now. What what's the next thing for you? And I felt about it. And I said it be good to have a pan-european internationalised progressive over. He said do it. I said, are you crazy? I'm one person you are and we're having coffee. What are we going to do? Anyway, next morning. He called me up. And he said remember that big huge fantastic theatre the opposite of the cafe the folks Buddha. I can of the left. It was built by workers for workers. By the nineteen twenty s he said, well, I booked three months from now, let's stop the movement. So we begun, and we should an open call and said who wants to come and those crazy people that you mentioned, Jake and. And nam Chomsky. They said, yeah. Well, so the game itself selection as they say, sure, sure. Well, let me let me ask you the word socialism doesn't appear anywhere in the damn Nonni five minutes of this world. I've had enough I'm socialism, you know, so much harm has been accomplished by those who pretended to be trading for socialism. It's a bit like democracy in Iraq, people hear the word, and they take cover because I think the American there's versus going to bomb them anymore any minute. Now, it's interesting because we are needed here in the socialist. But we don't need it. I mean, he had states it has been abused. Because thankfully, you know. It's socials the advocated and twenties. So th they never got any chance to do any harm. So you're going to revive the terms of his and run with it. Good luck. But in Europe, that's not the case, and your so what are you listen that when I was a young man, I joined somebody called the gig socialist movement. Bassac which was very interesting movement at the time, and then he became the greatest organ of the oligarchy later, you know, I joined the series about it, which was a radical left party and look at what they're doing. Now, they're implementing every of the policy that the sick mind of criticism has has thought so I'm falling back increasingly to an older democracy, but democracy, not as in the American Democratic Party, which sucks, and we all know that. But in terms of how I still feel defined democracy, and he defined it as a regime system of government in which the poor control government because poor are in the majority that that is a good socialist ideal. You know, are the DNC here in the United States. They dropped out of the what was it Socialist International right to the collection of the socialist parties in Europe, they voted to do that last year and very well. And in you, and you you have the example of of PASOK, and you have the. Example of Syria that socialists, and then they go into stereo neoliberalism, and sell you know, they blink. When they face on. Capitol Howell is what your proposing going to be different. And I mean, that's a question for pretty much everyone. No idea if I were to answer this question, I would be lying to you. Don't want to lie to you the best. I can I can do in terms of an answer is to say that it is essential that our movement. Continues to comprise people who low the idea of being of anybody who likes the idea of being elected to congress to government to be secretary minister, president prime minister, whatever should immediately be disqualified. We should look at office elected office in the same way..
"yanis" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"And I want to go back to this discussion that we had that. And it's a discussion that we actually have on this show because we have a sort of disag- comradely disagreement among our co hosts, and that's on the question of electoralism, and my colleague, Matt Chris man, I know for my extensive and frequently drunk discussions with him is someone who is more or less opposed to electoralism. And he cites the example of plenty fifteen of the series of government. And this essence of his argument is that look even if you could get to this point where you can capture power with this with with with a majority support with very popular platform, and you come into office, and you say, we're we're not gonna compromise. We're gonna fight we're going to where you have a mandate. And we're going to do what we said we would do this will. Bring you into conflict with capital and capital is just so powerful that chances are you're going to blink. And that I think is a very fair depiction of what took place in two thousand fifteen in Greece. Absurdities they'll correct, but there's not a now, given not contest elections and to to our Volusia Nari friends who detest the political processes and electoral process to messages remain first. I detest them too. I have completed in elections have won elections, and I can tell you that is not the idea that I. Absolutely loathe it. There's no doubt about it. But at the same time, what's the alternative revolution hasn't ever version had not failed from Sparta coups to all the way to the to the Ocober version in Russia. Everything has ever Lucien eats its children and spits them out. And in the end began gives rise to some kind of other Italian, which is beyond belief. The fact that David of Aleutian has eaten children is not a reason not to have a revolution. The fact that the every election of a left-wing government has led to disappointment is not an argument not to compete in elections as I said yesterday leave and the unite, but this is waded in every generation has condemned to fight the same struggling in it again, and again, but you know, the oldies failures what changes the world, usually the I mean, usually the counterargument here is no instead of participating electoral arena, we need something like block by block community organizing. We need perhaps a renewed labor militancy while. Cat strikes. You know, where and that these are the institutions through which the proletariate can actually, you know, flex its muscle that that's where the actual power is. Well, they say is where the Bauer as as well as other levels. In militancy at the at the level of neighborhoods, and the level of factories is absolutely essential. Now, the one who don't clean it. But we need to get congress. We need to occupy the fed. We we allow the bourgeoisie to control the production of money the distribution of wealth, and the laws of our communities and our state while we confine ourselves to the level of organizing the level of communities and factories DM twenty five that's a very interesting list of personalities involved with that. It's you degrees on their Lloyd. She shacks on there. I think Julian Assange is on there. How did that? How did this all come about? It seems like a very eclectic group. It's not the click may may look that way. What happened was when I designed the ministry in the summer of two thousand fifteen there was a little pressure on me by colleagues in the Greek parliament to start the Greek party. And I just couldn't do it. We just we had just been defeated by our own party. This is a message to a friend who despises electoralism. I was I just didn't have the the will to continue along the lines of another yet another national political party. And then I remember it was in that summit. I was in the field in the middle of nowhere in France and two thousand people came to listen to me and some other politicians in France talk. And I realized that didn't come because of me didn't come because they wanted to socially that. I do agree people. They came because they were really worried about their hospitals their own schools their wages pensions because they knew that what was being tried out in Greece by the creditors by the oligarchy was just the death. Ron gondola Hessel those coming in France..
"yanis" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"The. Virgil? I'm sitting here in the Roxie hotel with former Greek finance minister and professor of economics Janas, farro, FOX like you so much for joining us today on us. Thank you for having me fantastic pulled coast. Oh, I thought you you listen to it before I've heard a little about it. So and he's all good, especially the business model in the way that you combine. Good quality politics with fun. We do like to have fun here. You are fun too. Right now, you're involved in a very new very fun project called DM twenty-five. Could you discuss what you're doing over there in Europe? When would trying to do something that is completely not remand. But to do it in a reasonable way. Europe is a very big place. It comprises. Everybody knows some many different countries more divisions than unity, and yet we have a common crisis across Europe, which is causing a fragmentation and to talk sophistication of our societies. So the crazy projects we have embarked upon is about creating at transnational unified on European movement. Not a confederacy of a French Mubin German movement movement. But one movement, of course, all of Europe with on agenda that tries to run simultaneously in elections everywhere that is it completely daft project. But at the same time, it is the only thing that can prevent the postmortem ninety hundred which is descending on Europe for the moment. At least that's what we think you have a in addition to the employee if there is a transnational. Title party that's going to contest races in the European parliament and then races on a national level. And you yourself are running for the European parliament in Germany for that list. But you're also going to be running in Greece in the next elections there as I write I thought you were doing something maybe mad. Yes. But them to divide is a social movement we begun as movement the purpose of which was bring people together to have a discussion about what needs to be done differently. How what kind of new politics we want by which replaced the old cynical politics of the past? Now for two years. We had this conversation a hundred twenty thousand of us, and we decided that I think we think the now we know what needs to be done about funding an anti anti-poverty program about. Dealing with the banking system, dealing with all the things that the disintegrating our lives. But of course, the the thing is when you reach the conclusion in the quest for the program, you realize that number gives a damn about it, and you bring it to polling stations and you threatened existing parties with a program where they don't have and it doesn't really want to engage with. So the movement begun. What we call electoral wings electric electoral vehicles, political parties that are all under the movement. So. I too would side differently. The movement has not degenerated into political party. It has created political parties at the hanging under the umbrella movement controlled by the movement. In a bid to prevent ourselves from becoming party apparatchiks. And this movement is called the European spring. Is that right? That's correct. We got the Europeans being because we don't mind failure. Yeah. The spring failed biz Maly the the, you know, the the Prague Spring failed the Athens, spring two thousand fifteen is defeated, but we believe that hero defeats. Outta way forward. So it's interesting here because it seems like in the since the financial crisis the left the far left has achieved a its greatest level of electoral success in Europe than it's a cheap in years Cy a winning in two thousand fifteen winning two elections. Jeremy Corbyn taking control of the labor party in denying threesome may a her majority in those snap elections there. But it also feels like defer my sense of things, and I'm not that big of an observer of Europe. It also feels like these stronger socialist parties in Europe are becoming more cloistered from each other. That's labor in the UK is increasingly you know, on the side of Brexit. Increasingly eurosceptical, I as far as Anderson sanded, Alabama, John and France is you know, has some views about building socialism that are seem at odds with a pan European viewpoints with the EU, I hope I won't break the heart of our..