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"yooglie" Discussed on Hanging With The Homies

Hanging With The Homies

02:38 min | 2 months ago

"yooglie" Discussed on Hanging With The Homies

"Do you have knees subtle. Any shadows to me No i don't. I like to say a. Let's get michelle to a woman called finisher. She is cold across sponsor on instagram. She's a very talented motoring. Susie asked like myself the cost. But i like to give out any we. It's it's been a pleasure being heavy you as my kids so i'm really like spas drive and having a very big leg mentoring. Each cuba in south africa. Someone who can actually influence people into buying. 'cause it's it's big feet and i wish you all the best when it comes to all your company's youtube involving a yooglie beekman really seagoing thank you. I really appreciate the kind. Words are keep up the good you know you can always pop the fake What happened to assist can and thank you for the invite a guzzlers ever loved the night. Thank you for inviting the podcast. Send me the link. Cycle also share with People in posted social media platforms. I think you anywhere you guys It's been Hanging is because i was reading. My a brother are post. Witnessed the symbo oppose each and every Oppose his links with our instagram his talk his companies his youtube in a description below. And don't forget guys. Don't forget to like subscribe to our youtube channel. Because we're coming there. Trust me soon enough more suits in lubiza president you get an education hitting the who muses posted a youtube video while coming on youtube video. Possibly i'm gonna see but will come soon and yeah our thank you guys for listening during the parkers. It's been real to flaws on instagram. Three the and follow mr limbaugh integral to unsee. It's been real guys.

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"yooglie" Discussed on The View

The View

06:37 min | 3 months ago

"yooglie" Discussed on The View

"Comedian. Deal hugely brings his trademark wit to his new book how to survive america which explores the very real threats. Black and brown people continue to face every day. Please welcome back the fabulous and amazing very funny. Yooglie and joy has the first question. Yes hello. Dl with your new beard. Lovely decio so so yesterday. The senate unanimously passed a bill making june eighteenth through the day that marks the end of slavery. A national holiday. Do you think this is the right way to commemorate the day and what what does it say that they were finally able to to be united on this. It took a while. I mean cla. The passer united bill to pass a passing shoot change. But we have yet to pass anti-religion bill. I also think it's ironic. That at a time when they're commemorating june nineteenth that they're also making it harder to teach slavery in school. So it's like what do you tell. Kids is celebrating at it. It says a lot about the duality of our experience. You want to commemorate slavery but not to talk about it. And i think he's trying to like is like trying to make a cake with all the all the ingredients like if you tried to make a chocolate cake without outsold you'd have a pretty terrible cake and i think a lot of times. We leave out essential ingredients toward having a conversation. This is about our conversations. Tend to start in the middle and i think this is example of that you know really literally more federal employees more wipe. You will get the day off slavery than black people so it's is ironic to me switch gears for a moment father's day's coming up and you've had some happy personal news since last time you were on this show. You're a father of three but your first granddaughter. Nola rae was born in february. Congratulations guys gorgeous. How is life as a grandfather. And we'll father's day now take on new meaning to you. Now father's day was always kinda scary to be now up villa sense of agency. I've heard joy talk about that. Same thing too. But it's funny because i've never had a beautiful out much isn't with funding so it's nice to have somebody's pitcher. You get up a baby. You could carry around your wallet. But she's i. I was incapable loving children as much as i did. My own but i i see is wonderful. Yeah she's she's beautiful she's beautiful. I'm pam my parents. Because i i don't even recognize my grandpar- my parents anymore. I mean they they spoil my children. It's ridiculous but let's talk about your book because it's just so wonderful you've written another just fantastic book called how to survive america where you address many of the stark inequalities facing black and brown americans every single day from more polluted air and water our communities to inadequate health care to unequal treatment by law enforcement. And you write this. Black people are the number one suspects in our own demise. Why do you say that's the case. Well even when kobe was ravaging the world you had somebody from the administration certain general come out and basically tell black people that we needed to stop drinking and eating ban smoking I didn't even though. Several european countries closed down countries. All over the world were closed down. They didn't have somebody kinda pointed the finger at this specific group of people say it is these habits to causes and i think that if you even if you look at what happened to george floyd If you listen to the medical expert by the defense it was everything but a knee on his neck and i think ultimately that if you look at our history here it has always been our fault. It's the way we eat. It's the way we drink. It's not complying is named children wrong. Name is listening to music and ultimately e- either. We are going to have to reconcile the fact that we are people who People just understand our america's done been participating in some incredibly monstrous thing. So if you look at what happened in the spanish flu virtually the same thing that disproportionate number of black people You know the numbers were different. Obviously because they were more people more people now but if you look at the way disproportionately affected black people back man. It's the same thing they had a president back then refused to admit that it was real and black. Were dying as much from this disease. Missive information in an inadequate. Sweep dreaming so you you write about growing up in your neighborhood and in south south. La surrounded by factories where many people had asthma and cancer. Including your dad. Who passed from it. Your school bus got cut off. There's lead in the water all the programs that they used to have where you could go after school and before school and all of those things got chopped and you say that the environment has a lot to do along with the system to how it impacts kids. Can you explain that. When i grew up there are four people on the street that are living that had cancer. Four people in my entire neighborhood would have been about two miles. Twelve people died of it. Twelve everybody virtually had asthma now. Is that because we inherently weak or inherently susceptible to these things or is it environment. Even rome adams was talking about how we need to stop smoking drinking and eating bad. He had a respirator. He had the aspirated that we have. He probably had childhood as a lot of our environments. Virtually everything A city doesn't wanna municipality one it puts neighborhoods with the way where we are. We are food choices but but but no one ever says that That you know it's the circumstances surrounded is always more failing on our part and i was. I was actually recovering from kovin when i was writing this book. I had no intention writing. But i saw the disparity even right now when you look at the remedy that america us Putting wearing a mask you several states in this country had a laws didn't let you obscure you're facing that was primarily because they believe that there was a criminal bowl so you could tell black. Put on the the bad dan if you wanted to try log onto bank with want so even the very remedies that we propose can affect us adversely right right. Listen stay where you are. We have more questions and we'll.

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"yooglie" Discussed on CharVision

CharVision

03:05 min | 4 months ago

"yooglie" Discussed on CharVision

"We love fridays. it's july twenty third twenty twenty one in thank you so much for being here with us. I'm very excited to read for you guys today and i want to talk to a little bit and we've got somebody on zoom but Hi tony how are you. I'm good how are you. I'm great thank you and you had a good holiday right. I had a great holiday. So just i need to apologize to all the shower visionaries in all the people might okay so we did a repeat last week and it was chris cofer in chris gophers bestselling author. You know him. He was the gay glee. And and so i was reading for somebody during that time and our during that day and my phone kept going and i didn't know what i thought. My phone was broken. I thought there was like a repeat. Repeat thing that was broken and it was going viral. I mean tony. I didn't realize what was going on. They said to my client. Can you hang on a minute. I think my phone's broken. So i never had so many people favorite things oh cut to we. Tony was away and for technology doesn't always it's not always helpful to us in so it didn't go on at six o'clock in a lot of people thought that it was a new interview with chris gopher however i just talked to him last week and we are going to do a new interview gravity. Yeah probably this fall. He's got new a new book coming out. We'll bring chris back on for all you guys. I mean there's so many people who love this young man and as i do and So we will have a new interview with him in. Probably autumn will let you know i had a time so all yooglie guys can In chris gopher lovers can can watch and listen so tony. Yes ma'am i have to say something. And i'm a little hesitant to say it to all our people watching but To sunny shy telephone. i'll say it. Say okay well. It's not great. So my doctor is into kabala which is jewish mysticism and he started talking about how he thinks that that cova did is a plague and i went. Oh that makes sense because that could be the play. Let's just say could be and i'm singing. Yeah could be think about it. There's fires that are out of control in colorado oregon california. There's floods in china belgium. Germany report.

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"yooglie" Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast

The Cool Kids Table Podcast

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"yooglie" Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast

"Is one of out. And that's what makes people not trust. Those foundations be the susan g komen breast cancer awareness. Their job is learning to raise awareness. Like five percent of the money goes into actually research calendar. Yeah the yeah. The pink and pink walks am or the. It's crazy 'cause develop ronald mcdonalds mcdonalds supposed to be like a horrible company. I it's one of the most charities to donate to. Yeah but that's the thing like they face so much screening. That's i. I make that point of like the elections. I a thousand listen to be. It's not like it's not a hundred thousand units that the thing get death and listens. Now it doesn't mean like the kevin hart. He got canceled out of that thing. One of his ten year old told bureau tweets where cop pulled up. It's like like you said you could be a different personality. Hey that was my mindset. Five years ago six years ago. But we're going to bring it up and see a liquid ziprecruiter like the reason. I say that is because of show me a podcast. You put me on billion idiots. I guess i was a lot more like howard stern. So now that his persona non disease persona because he says it himself he's not persona. I changes a person like if you talk to me this is why am if you talk to me back. Then that's why. I was but a lot of people are gonna say like your hypocrite. Because that's that's of these is fake and it's like no bring that up because i'm not gonna deny that to me but a different mindset in same thing that this year like if you're not a hypocrite you're not growing. That's been saying the last three episode of united degree growing. Because the person you ha- you were shouldn't be the person you are and that's me 'cause i was one of those people saying about the fucking wholeness to one of the older france tomi. You can't judge everybody now. zick norway. A at bottom footing threw away. So what by the next one food is gonna eat it. Yemi luckily for me. When other nineteen so i didn't go around sp- sputtering and nonsense like i was able to tell other not because i got woke somebody else taught me and that's think this platform is not for teaching. When i do shit. When had changed his life trying to kill a couple of hours for them through pin. Is it a couple of hours. Anita's that's like the allen. I just i just felt letter. T h. That's literally today. I was looking like okay. How do i start. There's like the race to donate online in the thing is that they say recurring payment keeping low keeping low. Keep it under twenty bucks. As i said ten. 'cause i can't right now don't twenty bucks a month. You know but at the same time. Like i could do ten. So why am i as david donate twenty bucks a month and i don't wanna ask you. I want you to see this thing and then you do it like out of your own like 'cause you time to yourself your senator your audience. That's what i'm saying like the people who could afford to listen to podcasts. Ford but most people who who listen to podcasts. If you're not listening to something you board us for like at work. If i don't have something done. I'm there like how does day is and if i listen to something that i'm doing the same ship but lose so personally the way matt like okay. Let's thirty bucks right. I get free t. shirt and that's political and i get like entertainment for at least one day out of my workweek like that already is a win and they maybe a rare thing but again that someone who actually grind now i pioneer fine. Podcasts isn't too because they need right now. are the major ones. I listened to get recommended. I've listened to and not dislike out of like boredom and not paid attention. Got shut them off. If they're not entertaining. It's just i don't know so i told you this pandemic show me something different. As far as like would you consider important or entertainment. Wise like it made with the daba makes you realise to like like. I said that those three books might help you. She helped me as far as content. Like gimme detained at the same time thing of other stuff. We can do like before the to eating out once a week. It was like if a loner with someone. It's at least seventy eighty bucks right. Which in turn is what like three hundred and during quarantine. What's everyone doing cooking. So you're saving money in that aspect but when cooking what he doing listening to music you get tired his into music. Listening to a podcast. It's a podcast. Everytime cook listened to it like. I don't know it's lifestyles have changed. I think that's why me personally would be willing to spend more money on of like pain for podcasts. Because the same way like my girlfriend. Listen to podcasts. At all and i started talking to her about it and she bakes anyone just to see if it's entertainment and then it started with me sending her the like especially funny ones right and it'd be like listen to this one entertaining and how listen to this one if you want to listen to something deliver more serious about this topic. And she ended up his listening to everything continuously finding her own stuff. Like that and is what. I'm saying like now. She wasn't to podcast when she cooks when she does errands. And stuff like that the same way as before she listened to music and she says emptying like you don't realize you listen to the music repetitively because any music comes on near like die like it did not like it and most of the time. You don't have time to scare ben to yeah and we podcast. Sometimes yooglie rewind that. You're really kinda catch yourself to something and the rest of the sound background noise but you can. Just you're not focus on the conversations is like two people talking at least to me. It depends 'cause there's certain ones that i most of the time. I listen to him while i'm driving and there are certain ones i i don't listen to you know. Listen to downtown core downtown. But like while i'm driving. I like these. Because i know i'm gonna be entertained. They might miss your in there. But i know that this is entertainment in a non entertainment time like i get to kind of. It's fucking our thirty minute drive. It's gonna. It's not gonna be a tentative Fill twenty minutes ignore. It's going to feel like an hour thirty minutes but his alec thirty minutes can be enjoyable and to me at least to me i. I don't expect that every week is that makes sense. That's kind of like not ready for patriot on either. Because although i do consider this great show because of the responses i get the people. Tell me hey. I love your show. It's really entertainment. It's something different every week. You know we've left once. Maybe we have remember but i definitely myself inside to at you. Say like I don't know. I can't be a. Hey listen to this new.

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"yooglie" Discussed on Nightly Pop

Nightly Pop

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"yooglie" Discussed on Nightly Pop

"Closet with a k. get it and cleaners with a k. very very. Yes this is going to be tough but here are three options Kim's intestine crushing course at the two, thousand, nine hundred and met gala her ten line nightmare in the vintage theory legal dress or her blonde hair and fringe overload ensemble. So which one of these are we tossing out of Kim's closet? This was an jaw dropping moment it was like the first time Yooglie designs and thing and like twenty years. So definitely keeping that one also love him in the other Mueller? Nobody else can pull this off. She's like showing your torso hi fi like such an on brand look for Kim. So I, think I'm throwing out the fringe. Special area right here I feel like there's not much. I can add except for the second I liked the second one, the most I can't figure out why? Really. I. That is making me think designed design design. who I'm going to go with the fringe, the fringe has gotta to go. That's her worst. But I have to say Kim Kardashian twenty seventeen sixteen fashion week with that blonde. I couldn't handle that that entire week was just so. Good it was like, wow, that was when she really exploded in my eyes even though I loved her before. Okay so far we've covered fights and fashion. So what's left in our car Dash Ian, Pinzon exciting how about kids hidden talent and? Yeah. We're very funny show. WHO's already for cards with a K. against me? You're both ready. Okay. The new season David Letterman's Netflix show just dropped and Kim revealed being a mom comes I. It's a fulltime job and even the littlest things construct her out. We just took our daughter.

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"yooglie" Discussed on Latina to Latina

Latina to Latina

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"yooglie" Discussed on Latina to Latina

"Yana. . Nino thought BS planned to spend the summer before her first year at Stanford Medical School doing contact tracing working retail. . But when her job search a dead end, , she went back to seasonal fruit picking work. . She's been doing since she was fourteen. . At the end of one long day she tweeted about farm workers like her being paid seven dollars for two gallons of blueberries. . She then asked how much do you pay for your blue various? ? I had talked to her I did and learn so much about her path to medicine as a first gen college student indigenous rights farm worker's Rights on. . We'll consumers need to know about the people who make their food possible. . Jeddah. . Where are you right now? ? I'm Linden from California Palo Alto our new you're back at school ivax going out here. . I always remember those summers during college going home in it's. . It's so strange because you have all this independence when you're at school and then you come home and your parents. . Treat, , you like you're still in high school, , right? ? Right and every time I go home. . It's just there's just a large expectation fairly for my mom is my own expectation that I should be like helping my mom in linked doing some chores and like lightening her load guy at school it's like you're right like complete freedom I do whatever I want whenever I want. . Do you perceive your mom to have a heavy load Yeah absolutely. . I think she's our only period and. . I think that you know we go to work and she has to come home and make them some meals for everyone. . There's five of us and she kind of like cleaned for Yooglie <unk> of she loves house being cleaned. So . I help out with all those things whenever I can. . To Lot Yeah You're born you're born in Eastern, , Oregon, , you grew up in eastern Washington state. . Told me about where you grew up. . So Eastern. . Washington is very different from Seattle. . I think that's why. . Like columnists conception that I. . Get is that the thing it's just like satellite super rainy it's actually not. . So eastern Washington Eastern Oregon both desert in the rain shadow of. . E mountain range. . So we get like very little rain, , it's very conservative. . There's very little diversity out there I think the main communities of color that live out there my farmer communities in the needle in communities I think it was a great place ago by the you grow up because it is so rural. . There's so much nature around there so much like the outdoor activities to do Saigo peron alarm really enjoyed around a lot of fields. . So my working in the field I love Eastern Oregon eastern Washington I would love to go back someday is that the plan to go back? ? Yeah. . Absolutely. . How old were you when you started working in the fields? ? I was fourteen years old. . What was your first day of work like? ? I. . Think I was super excited for my first year. . We're ten years ago. . And they all super excited because I would get to contribute. . Tie Household I, , think the causes for me was like, , okay I can use this money to go to my mom to make your life easier and then she would let me keep some of it so that I could spend it on what I wanted to nature's like take my siblings than I on a shopping spree for for school. . So he went to buy school supplies in. We . were very excited like Bonnie backpacks unlike brand name markers and stuff like that. . I have three younger siblings. . So they were all little and they were excited because we had never done that like I think I'll. . Getting. . The bare minimum that we need for school and now it's finally like being I was able to get them whatever they wanted. . Is there a story from childhood that captures who you were as a kid. . I think one story though <unk> remembering like me, , my mom and my sister was. . Going to do this activity called Battle of the books where there's a selection link. . Eight books that read it's handling a quiz bowl style where you just like recall parts of the book and I've always loved reading and so we were remembering that I read all the books like my sister was on my team even though she was two years younger than me in the elementary school and she was like, , yeah, , you just carry the team and you like because remembered everything and I think that that was super emblematic of just who I was of like my love for reading my. . Or. . Competitive data. . Just like a real enjoyment for school and like why The promise of my mom always wanted to go to school didn't get the chance to and so. . She was always telling me and my siblings like, , Oh, , you go to school a you do all in school. . It's GonNa take you to a Lotta places in. . So I guess those just carry me through life

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Why Gianna Nino-Tapias Embodies Labor Rights

Latina to Latina

04:48 min | 1 year ago

Why Gianna Nino-Tapias Embodies Labor Rights

"Yana. Nino thought BS planned to spend the summer before her first year at Stanford Medical School doing contact tracing working retail. But when her job search a dead end, she went back to seasonal fruit picking work. She's been doing since she was fourteen. At the end of one long day she tweeted about farm workers like her being paid seven dollars for two gallons of blueberries. She then asked how much do you pay for your blue various? I had talked to her I did and learn so much about her path to medicine as a first gen college student indigenous rights farm worker's Rights on. We'll consumers need to know about the people who make their food possible. Jeddah. Where are you right now? I'm Linden from California Palo Alto our new you're back at school ivax going out here. I always remember those summers during college going home in it's. It's so strange because you have all this independence when you're at school and then you come home and your parents. Treat, you like you're still in high school, right? Right and every time I go home. It's just there's just a large expectation fairly for my mom is my own expectation that I should be like helping my mom in linked doing some chores and like lightening her load guy at school it's like you're right like complete freedom I do whatever I want whenever I want. Do you perceive your mom to have a heavy load Yeah absolutely. I think she's our only period and. I think that you know we go to work and she has to come home and make them some meals for everyone. There's five of us and she kind of like cleaned for Yooglie of she loves house being cleaned. So I help out with all those things whenever I can. To Lot Yeah You're born you're born in Eastern, Oregon, you grew up in eastern Washington state. Told me about where you grew up. So Eastern. Washington is very different from Seattle. I think that's why. Like columnists conception that I. Get is that the thing it's just like satellite super rainy it's actually not. So eastern Washington Eastern Oregon both desert in the rain shadow of. E mountain range. So we get like very little rain, it's very conservative. There's very little diversity out there I think the main communities of color that live out there my farmer communities in the needle in communities I think it was a great place ago by the you grow up because it is so rural. There's so much nature around there so much like the outdoor activities to do Saigo peron alarm really enjoyed around a lot of fields. So my working in the field I love Eastern Oregon eastern Washington I would love to go back someday is that the plan to go back? Yeah. Absolutely. How old were you when you started working in the fields? I was fourteen years old. What was your first day of work like? I. Think I was super excited for my first year. We're ten years ago. And they all super excited because I would get to contribute. Tie Household I, think the causes for me was like, okay I can use this money to go to my mom to make your life easier and then she would let me keep some of it so that I could spend it on what I wanted to nature's like take my siblings than I on a shopping spree for for school. So he went to buy school supplies in. We were very excited like Bonnie backpacks unlike brand name markers and stuff like that. I have three younger siblings. So they were all little and they were excited because we had never done that like I think I'll. Getting. The bare minimum that we need for school and now it's finally like being I was able to get them whatever they wanted. Is there a story from childhood that captures who you were as a kid. I think one story though remembering like me, my mom and my sister was. Going to do this activity called Battle of the books where there's a selection link. Eight books that read it's handling a quiz bowl style where you just like recall parts of the book and I've always loved reading and so we were remembering that I read all the books like my sister was on my team even though she was two years younger than me in the elementary school and she was like, yeah, you just carry the team and you like because remembered everything and I think that that was super emblematic of just who I was of like my love for reading my. Or. Competitive data. Just like a real enjoyment for school and like why The promise of my mom always wanted to go to school didn't get the chance to and so. She was always telling me and my siblings like, Oh, you go to school a you do all in school. It's GonNa take you to a Lotta places in. So I guess those just carry me through life

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"yooglie" Discussed on Space Nuts

Space Nuts

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"yooglie" Discussed on Space Nuts

"The idea of determining the minimum speed needed for star to escape the gravitational pull of the milky. Way. Is actually one of the first papers that was produced from right back in about two thousand and four fairly result. What's called the escape velocity of the galaxy that gives you a a mass of the galaxy. But of course, that mass includes not just the as you can see, but also the matter. And in more detail rave shown. The, the the disc of our Milky Way? And is wobbling lightly because of the satellite galaxies light with to Jelinek clouds, the way they are interacting with our galaxy. So the has wobbles in it. And we've also found streams of stars which are probably the remnants of. Dwarf galaxies the have been pulled apart and. The first one that was found. Probably back in about two thousand, six thereabouts with something called the Aquarius Stream it was the dawning of the stream of Aquarius that was the title of the paper. I think. So th that's Dwarf Galaxy in ripped apart they have merged with the Milky Way, but we still see their evidence in the movement of the stars. So it was a pretty neat project I have to say and. Let me say the I am very honored to have played a party. My role was essentially supervising only observations is a team of half a dozen of us who did they observing I was managing not group has the stronger in charge of the observatory. But also as the is the right project scientists project manager, he spent a lot of time wearing about budgets and where money was coming from spent a Lotta. Time. Worrying about the fact that the fibers fiberoptic machine kept breaking and also have stuff is why Andrew I've got virtually. Rave. Put Big learned my shoulders but. It was worth every. Every lost terabytes because well over hundred. top-class scientific articles have come from the life project that that's just a brilliant output. So It's kind of R.I.P rate because the six data release really represents the end of the project and the fact that. Those data are public. Any of our listeners could go and access them. You've got to go find them. At the. Institute for astro-physics in on their website, but it's pretty easy to do if you just Google rave and it will take straight there off to some party or the of sand. We're not supposed Fred with all the information you've collided and released. It may will pave the way for future studies and and We may through other avenues learn a heck of a lot more about stas and and maybe even doc matter. In fact, goose studies already underway Andrew Yooglie. Yes. So a similar survey, but in a little bit more detail because it's a big telescope that's going on with the anglo-australian telescope three point nine meter telescope siding spring that's called gala. Gala is galactic archaeology with Hermes Hermes. is another of these fiber optics, factory us, but working in a different way but the one thing that really has I think. Sort of Sean the way ahead and actually has has allowed rave data to be used in a completely new way. That is the guy at spacecraft guy is a an ISA spacecraft which is measuring the positions of stars with microbes second accuracy..

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"yooglie" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"yooglie" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three. It's eight, hundred, fifty, five, four, fifty free. And covid nineteen has changed a lot of things. The government's reaction. dacoven eighteen probably changed a lot more than we care to say, but. One thing that appears to be going that is going on. We know what's going on. Is the Porcupine Freedom Festival and its? Sister Event Fork Fest that are going on from June the twenty ninth while excuse me tomorrow is June. The twenty second it starts June the twenty seconds for Pork Fest then forecast you the twenty ninth, and then they all wrapped up by June the fifth. And I'm not sure which one is going on time or anything like that? Believe me. There's a fun time had by all at route. Rogers campground the beautiful white mountains of New Hampshire. If you! WanNa find out more go to PORK FEST DOT COM. Folk Fest Dot Party. And it's a great event and William Probably One of the few libertarian events that are going on this year, and freetalklive will be. They're starting the broadcast on Tuesday the twenty third. So. Let's talk to you events at all going on. Jerry or otherwise very few we will be going to freedom fest, which is happening by the way freedom fest had a. he had a an email attack i? I couldn't even believe it. This lame email went out that sorta like freedom festival cancelled and then, but it didn't have any graphics or anything was really strange, and then freedom fest sent out an email right after that saying ignore this, and then just going to be great I blame that on the FBI because the NSA graphics. Could be outsourcing are trolling. That's just bad craftsmanship. Yeah, I think it might be. Let's go to Jerome Calling in South Carolina. We will talk about these deaths of the spare here coming up trump, you're on free talk live. Yeah, I just wanted to You know the lady this this. Would you all night? Melanie. Mill, you know one of my best friends. His girlfriend with me and Melanie longtime ago. Choose Utah Anyway When they're talking about the left. Do People on the right. I assume she's on the right now. She's not on the left she has to be on. The left. If I have to choose between one of those two groups of people I'll go hang out with the right. I'm an anarchist, so there's that. I didn't WanNa Chapter Spurs. I'm glad you cleared that up, but. Do Right. We do people owner I advocate, if I eighty men I. mean you got nobody does. No, but they're not right when he talked, choose on the left wing. Political say. They never take land for anything they. Were GonNA, get up and Brag about economy. And now he's still trying to guess what Jerry nothing new brag about man, and then he's telling you about cutting back on the casting. Oh so. You want people to die. You want people grow not knowing what to condition it is. Did you hear about the comedian? Yooglie collapsed on stage. Okay? No, I didn't know that guy found out. He's called right nineteen positive. He said he had no stumped or. He looked like he was dying on stage at the rushing to the hospital on stage. I mean there's guys. Kiss cut back on the traffic. People are supposed to laugh. I don't find that funny at all. Okay I don't. Party be a joke. Well I. Trump said something about cutting back on testing and then tried to walk it back by calling a joke. I don't know whether it was a joke about. Trump's just insane though so. You asked if they if they take responsibility for when they're wrong I mean. How is that going to get them votes? Exactly. Exactly. Well Hey. We're the only ones allow time out of left. Right? Never lies all these like I say. They never admit the line, okay? Here's. Episode I. Mean You Know Accusation is is that people are partisans and that partisans can't see? The other side, have you ever thought? What do you think the best thing about? The the people on the right is the terminology. You're using this time. So what do you think the best thing about sort of righties and their philosophy is? can you give me a couple of weeks? Our call you back after I figure out I'm about to answer that because the right now. I can't see anything good about right way. People look at Oh but what? Would you call me a righty? I don't know you that well. Well,.

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"yooglie" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"yooglie" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"England's go to retirement experts. We're broadcasting from the vaults in east providence today. We have the entire team here. Jason the Republican. Are we doing folks Manny the money man, rezendes, I everybody at I am Josh wells getting you to and through your entire retirement. Today's show is a fun one. It is one of those that you have to turn this thing up. We are talking about the missteps we are telling you how to avoid them. We are begging for you to write it in here. Yooglie notepads turn this radio up. We are talking about avoiding the misteps in retirement and a lot of missteps can be something as easy just getting derailed. I have a plan. Well, I didn't follow that plan that. Well, so how do I fix it? I don't know. That's a misstep. We can talk about it today. Listen, when you say derailment, the biggest one that jumps into my mind is taxes because we. We we understand taxes as a as a whole country because we know we have to pay them. We're going April fifteenth shows up every year. So you've got to pay the taxes when that happens, but the downside of the derailment is, you know, where your income is coming from you know, that you're counts come on their tax will, but the need that you have for something big outweighs the logic of. Oh my God. I'm gonna end up paying a ton and taxes because of it. That's right. You know, many? You're so correct. You know, one of the missteps I see most often is baby boomers don't understand that they can control their taxes in retirement when doing retirement planning baby boomers aren't dreaming big with their bucket lists. They're trying to fill their day. Most retirees look at their IRA's is large income accounts. They can take money from take Jerry. For example, he served in the army during the Vietnam war, he made some lasting friendships during his time over there, and Jerry and his buddies are going to our Tober fest in Germany this year. Jerry told me this once in a lifetime trip was gonna cost them ten thousand dollars and he needed to figure out how to pay for it. All juries a counselor in IRA's. So every time he takes a withdrawal. It's taxes. Ordinary income Jerry really has his heart set on this trip. And he hasn't seen his buddies and ten years, but he's concerned that if he takes this trip that it's going to take his retirement off track. So we went over his finances, and we discussed the ashes he had and we came up with a plan to get Jerry to reunion with his buddies. We reorganized some of his assets and Jerry savings account. You know, it's very modest as a stance. So he did not have ample money to just take it from a savings. We needed to take some money out of his IRA. But when we did that we needed to stay under his current tax threshold rate..

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"yooglie" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"yooglie" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Rebounding. Wayne State ten to six and the stats so far it has gateway state has seven turnovers already that's cost them because all should say all seven, but at least five or six event opportunities where if they would've caught the ball. They would have had easy shots at the basket. Could go to go down. Ted Healy back in there for Wayne State along with John Henderson. So it's Cochran was white yooglie Henderson Davis for the warriors betrayal by fifteen need to get back in this game before halftime. Adams atop the Munger over to CJ Robinson bounce pass the atoms along the baseline Balik Adams. Double team down there and gets it off the Fisher Fisher driving in the Munger. Now twelve in the shock walkout to Canada cared off backs up the dribble near half court eight to shoot for a screen. Carried off to Munger Munger. Pump fakes turn around eighteen footer with a hand in his face is no good rebound by white good defensive possession air for the warriors daring into the forecourt on the bounce picks up his dribble. Not a Latin Davis land of the key over left side Xavier cocker. He just throw it away. But they're going to say it was kicked by Maliki Adams. That's a break for Wayne State of atoms. Barely grazed that basketball with his left foot. Barkhor back in there for lake superior care enough will check out. Cochran left side with it off the inbounds bounced past at the free throw line turnaround, jump shot is good..

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"yooglie" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"yooglie" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"With marijuana now legal in states ranging from California to fry too. I forget the other ones, but I sure I'm hungry. Several localities are now moving to legalize so-called. Magic mushrooms in order to create a vortex of sparkling lights wurley in a spiraling. Stairway. To nirvana movements have been started to legalize the hallucinogens in states like Oregon cities like Denver. An imaginary? Crystal kingdoms on the banks of scarlet seas which again exceed horses ride on rainbows up into the higher reaches of consciousness, one Denver sh- room activist hiawatha dentists with blowfish says he feels it is away is way pastime mushrooms relegalised in order to prevent innocent people from being jailed in the dark yooglie it's of their own brain stems in a statement released to an imaginary polar bear, Mr. blowfish said quote, surely it's melted time to I get balloons into the furthest realms of unknowing before more unicorns are bent into radioactive, pretzels. And then devoured by hideous. Cockroaches with human faces. That's not cool. He are as Americans, unquote. Some experts warned that the hallucinogenic shrooms could cause unpleasant side effects Harriet Raj Kanda run MoMA MD spoke of the dangers in fourteen hour in a fourteen hour conversation with her big toe. Personally witness people who use mushrooms. I didn't think I was gonna make it through this. I personally witnessed people who use mushrooms suffer such side effects as having tentacles sprout from their nostrils before they Frank into infinite space and came out the other side larger than the entire universe. Only with spikes growing from there is unquote misconduct. Later. Cloud to clarify that the MD after name stands for daddy as the legalisation of ever more powerful drugs spreads from sea to shining tendering trees and mock lead skies. There's some hopes that hallucinogens will help stem the tide of opiate addiction by causing some opiate addicts to see fiery wurley gigs floating in mid air before stepping out a window shouting, look, I can fly and falling fourteen stories to their deaths. Meanwhile, I personally am experiencing a hallucination in which I see the American founding fathers weeping inconsolably trigger warning Clayton, and this I guess is the Andrew klavan show. Honky donkey just to give. So releasing all sustain? The thompson. He's so wonderful. I want to see..

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"yooglie" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:22 min | 3 years ago

"yooglie" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Take care of you. And please don't drink and drive. Eighteen to go forty nine thirty six Ashland's up a wave steals. A look around the gliac while we have a moments. Will reload? Final score. In Marquette, Michigan beat Michigan sex, sixty three to fifty nine Parkside overproduce north west eighty two fifty seven. Saginaw valley with fourteen minutes to go at home against north with daily forty eight to forty one. I have planned on top of lake superior forty seven thirty two at halftime over Grand Rapids about this Davenport up on grand valley, forty four to twenty seven. Report. And again, you know, let's an assault the record the coach droopy for a few times. Never response because he doesn't like to talk about. Reports the second-place by themselves right now in the gliac. We've state. A second week of December at their place. They'll be here a week from today next Saturday. Those actual team wasn't for that. The first half. This game would probably be a little bit tighter nothing to oppress about actual very good defensive team. But waste they stole. All the verge of hanging around. This game has his Ashland's is chipping away. They're not doing anything too impressive. But they're just taken every play and chicken away all the little things rebounding defensive stops free throws drawing contact they're doing it. All. Two point Xavier cocker. Take two free throws here will play everybody else in the league Xavier the first besides Michigan discotheque the second half of the season here. Those are two teams awaits they beat chance to events. Always lost the second time around the host the games are pretty tight. So he's good to play on the second time around, especially if you got beat they should have to leave a little bitter taste in your mouth free. Throws good that they can it's wellpoint Ashland. Elites and fifteen to forty nine thirty seven. Caldwell over to coke atop the noble mouth front sauce. The cocoa on the right baseline. Working on double team over to Caldwell twelve to shoot halfway point of the second half. Ashley bye. Way noble five seconds ago. Noble. Fires a three man. He gets the goal. Well, that's why you're. For seven of the country. Big step out at night three like that. In wanted down Deger shot right rush. You put the ball big man's hand as a shot at the three point line. With the Bruins state land. And a have to go outside the basket. There's little foul free throws that attack. That's exactly what the whole TV's to do right now. Keep attacking them in foul. Trouble. Clock. Chip away. Eighty four percent foul shooter at the line to shoot zoo. Or is actually having a better shooting day the national shooting forty percent of the field Ashland. Only thirty six point seven eight one shots. Yeah. And also taken seven more free throws is what makes the first. Fifty two thirty eight. Outscored Wayne State fifteen to zip for behind the gotta his threes. You have to in this day and age. Second free. Throw rolls lives. Thirteen point. Malwal over two front sauce. Coke coke cans off the heroin heroin left-wing triple crossing over on. He went outside of the basket barrels at the Henderson. No, call that was a charge wasn't Charlottesville, Paul. But fortunately, balls bounce by noble on the rebound and wage. They'd hasn't. Sure. Senator will outside the restricted area. No call. White has not scored yet in the second half over the time line for wave say he's got to get going as well. Yeah. He does the cocker. On top of the kid. Davis. Driving right side. Shoots keep attacking attacking and this will make them play differently. Perje market. Hope he did. I hope we did. Fronts. Those is third. Yeah. Just opens up everything. Now people are gonna play him differently. Open up scoring for other people. Lands free. Throw is good. Transfer for goods town state university land, she get to play with them last year. Yeah. Great. Great kid humble. Shy guy. But on the court. It can be good for. The bulk fifty to forty one out of the warriors come out so full court pressure for the first half today. Now back off a little bit. Gets the hand off from noble. It'll bring it on the time line against old white eight fifty two point. Here's the math by fifty to forty one. Heroin. Some place. The noble. Brussels. The noble elbow survive. Bobo defense. Trouble over to coke five the shoe. Coke driving club shot off a window. Good rebound fought for picked up by foul over the back coming up on Ashland. That was great hustle by saying he was out of the playing when he tried to block that shot hopped right back up and got the rebound. Andrew afoul. Felon focus. I. Now, it'll be in the bonus that's a stop. Now, we just got attack again keep getting to the free throw line chip away. Three ball. Here would be not going down with the doctor ordered. Haven't had one all day. It's like they were zone. Right side against that two three look. Lead over to concord boss is wide. Open three quarters in the air. No, good rebound yooglie under the basket. He put it back up now with the rebound by coke in its too open threes there knows whether this would not go down. Yeah. Right in and out. Paulo? Now, we're the push off on land backside. Call great defense my way state Henderson coming over for the backside of force the turtle. It ahead. The basket through the foul though, through to go the vinyl had a chance to make it a single digit leave. We come back seven forty three to go with the ball game. Not go away of this weather hanging around exactly what Saginaw valley did last week against the worst. And we know what happened to that did break. Please stay down eleven. You're listening to way,.

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"yooglie" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"yooglie" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"You know what? What makes this really difficult and actually just recently experts? My concern on it is. Whether it's Hannity, whether it's Miller Armstrong and Getty or whoever else that we run on a national level. Dave ramsey. They you can express e if you have a problem with what they say or you want to give them feedback or whatever. Is do you think that you could do that? And they personally would ever respond back to you. Aren't showing Getty? Yes. Dave ramsey. Definitely. Yes. But I'm I'm I mean litter like a a caller or listener to go to their website or whatever. Outfit. They're broadcasting from that they would give feedback back to them directly. Ramsey. Definitely I know for sure. Because Ramsey has done it before Ramsey is by far my favorite on the station 'cause he's no nonsense. He's financial, but he has that hard about him and people have came to him and his team not just him his entire team with Chris HOGAN sits in form. The other guy said everybody even his daughter. They will let you notice somebody came with this idea. And then they'll go with it. So I know definitely for Dave Ramsey Armstrong and Getty only say yes, because they're in the infant stage of them becoming part of the premium networks in doing certain things. So I think those three would everybody else on here there so set in that's fine. They're set in their ways. I don't think they take any type of constructive criticism. Okay. I think I've phrase at different because you will you know, it's it's my fault is what I mean is. They they may represent themselves. Like if you send an Email or a. I dunno on Twitter, whatever the respond back. Yes. Okay. Why took you into consideration? But I'm saying like a face to face thing. Like, you're you're not gonna see Dave Ramsey. Sean. Hannity Armstrong getting out on the streets shaking hands kissing babies here in Willoughby Wickliffe yooglie anything like that. There's only so few people here that have the ability to do that. And. I've aired grievances on that before because you know, what's the importance. The order of importance. I guess we'll talk about it more John coop. Osho with Thomas. Pope w I n t. Choose this hour, pound hall dot com. Comrade trauma. As Los Angeles teachers walked back into their.

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"yooglie" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"yooglie" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Be a little frustrated it needs to turn the heat up as far as it. Full court press is concerned in order to to get that offense. Call. So that could be it too soon. As you ask that question that was there was something I had my that. I was gonna ask him to as a way to counteract that as you force turnovers in you get out ahead of him. And they lose the game that we've seen it seems like they're doing a pretty good job of that. So you've you've seen a lot more high school ball this year than I have. So tell me in addition to manner tell me about some of these other teams on the on the local level or brush is the first one that comes to mind and beard. This is a year that David building towards for a while with the boy Gertie J dial with Audrey Harris in John yooglie center, easily junior. But he's he's one of the best big men in the state of Ohio. ABC's saw. He's got colleges. He goes about six nine is that right? Yeah. He's these getting better and better, and he's just too junior. But brush. They've got high hopes. I mean, this is a chance they think is their best chance. I think to go deep the tournament. But they're going to have to get past to do it in the past. They've even they've they've really great teams. They haven't been able to do that yet. So that'll be a major home for them to get over. Is actually beating mutter. What are the games coming up that the Charlie and I are doing is? S j and matter so what what do, you know about the AS j I just actually just covered the them on Friday, which is the first time I saw play this year..

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"yooglie" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"yooglie" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Are they gonna say when office? By the way, by saint-pierre. But the referee said it went off of Henderson. And it will be Parkside basketball at four twenty nine and a half. Is they lead by one? Trimble. To Brandon how? Symbol over to Flanagan three pointer left side is contested. It's missed the defense by Ingraham rebound. Let Davis land into the forecourt bounce pass up. John Henderson who got hammered underneath and they'll shoot to catch by divine in transition. And algebra Henderson. It's always an adventure at the free throw line with them. Forty seven percent on the area was seven of twelve from the foul on the other nights, and he will shoot to try to give Wayne State the league survive with four points this afternoon. Spins the basketball fires the free throw any role. The man I share by Giovanni tied up at twenty eight. It was perfect yesterday and practice from the free throw line is a worked out at a small Indiana high school outside of Hammond Indiana yesterday before we came up here Parkside both six points for Jovana twenty nine twenty eight. Planet. Over the time line, the Brandon how four minutes to go in the half bond on top of the key on the dribble over the high on the right corner working against yooglie incentives out there with two fouls inside the saint-pierre saint-pierre on the walk and the ball is loose on the court is was ninth way. By Healy ball goes out of bounds off of Saint Pierre early. Wake state ball. Saint-pierre caught.

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"yooglie" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"yooglie" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Welcome back to Wayne State basketball and the patriots. It's not time for the locking report with head coach, David hair, Wayne State and perk side for the first time as gliac members here this afternoon wrap up rapid game road trip and coach has always thanks for joining us. You played parks that a few times during your tenure here at Wayne State. But the first time as a member of the gliac the newest team in the league and they're coming off a win on Thursday against Ashland. It was ranked number six in the country their first loss of the season. So you would think they have got to have a lot of confidence heading into this game this afternoon. I would guess so you know, a very good basketball team. But so as parks, I guess is they really shoot the ball. Really? Well, and. You know, they're playing at home. And you know, those teams we've struggle with teams that can play inside outside, and you know, they'll causes a lot of problems. Let's go back to Thursday night's game against north west tough loss in overtime by three points and a game. You guys were down by as many as nineteen in the second half and came all the way back to hold a six point lead with a little under two minutes to go disappointing. Obviously, you couldn't close it out yet. Give them credit for making plays down the stretch. But we are overall impressions of the game on Thursday. Really? You gotta give you know, give those guys a lot of credit. You know, they played their game. You know, they know average eighty some odd points a game and they got to game to their pace. And you know, we really struggled to keep up with them. They came out, and they gave us a lot of pressure. We had a couple of guys. There was no shows. But you know, from the standpoint of being able to come on the second half get down nineteen and you know, pretty much get control of the game with under two minutes and give up too big three's Indiana's little disappointing. But I had a couple of guys on the floor is not used to being in those game gut situations, but those guys. Earned the right to be out there because one for them we wouldn't have been in that situation. So it's a learning experience and again disappointing. But you know, I thought it was a good African back in the game. Let's talk about both those players. You just mentioned by name driven Henderson, thirty one points, fourteen rebounds. I would've probably put a sizeable chunk of change down drain Henderson that score thirty one points in a game this season, and that's nothing extra vanishes not his game. But talk about his offense. And obviously a lot of those were layups, but he did a good job finishing around the basket getting to the free throw line and hopefully can continue to maybe not score thirty one points a game. But continued to put up big numbers the rest of the year. I thought was excellent quite frankly should have been forty one. You know, he had little trouble there the free throw line. Mr. couple Basque is down the stretch layups there. But again, you know, I thought he gave tremendous effort showed a, you know toughness to be out there. And again, he rebounded the ball. Very well, especially from the office of man, and you know, had a great game. And hopefully he can follow today. One the other player, you didn't mention my name was Tim. Yooglie and again only his third game for Wayne State since the start of the year since there are January excuse me when he was eligible, but he comes out there with double digit scoring wise. Eight for eight from the free throw line. You've had him jumping Senator to start overtime. Even though he's only six foot two because of his leaping ability. He grabbed a couple of the rebounds last night. He was literally halfway up the backboard talk about his athletic ability, and what he can provide our team the rest of season Timmy's, energy guy. You know, he's very good on the defensive nannies. Excellent. Rebounder, Fs an offensive rebound and some outstanding plays especially on the defensive and Atlanta, some easy breakouts for us, and you know, Timmy's just you know, finest footing. You know, like I said, he just became eligible at the break in tremendous athlete. Great team player and will only expect him to get better in Timmy's be outstanding. And that kind of game where it's pretty much up and down. And you know, not a whole lot of defense man played. I thought he was great specifically with park sides there. I. In the league and will a percentage on the year. I in a league in three point field goal percentage on the air second league and free throw percentage. This is obviously a team that can score the basketball, but they only average a little over seventy points a game. So maybe like a bell or men or Michigan tech on steroids. Like, I called it. They like to slow things down be efficient offensively. How does that match up with our team here today? Well, anytime you gotta great inside outside game. You're gonna shoot a high percentage from to feel and again, those guys can stretch the defense with the three pointers and a mountain of a man inside. So it'll it'll be a task force because we're low on their size. So our task to try to get them out of rhythm. Try to speed them up a little bit and make them guard the whole floor, but they're pretty stingy defensively. And they do a good job of of giving you one shot in Donyo, very good basketball team. And you know, it'd be a big challenge for you. Don't look specifically at the standings, always talk about having to win games at home when you have sleep play and then trying to split on the road. I know it's disappointing. We didn't win on Thursday. But still a chance to split on the road today against Parkside. And when you're. Look at the league standings. There's about eight teams right now separated by one game. So not just for the confidence for your team. Not just to get a win today. How important is it just to keep pace with everybody else and split on the road this weekend? Well, really, we're just struggling to get a row when you know,.

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"yooglie" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:05 min | 3 years ago

"yooglie" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Throw line. Cochran davis. Yooglie henderson. Murray, the five years on the court Henderson's free throw is no good. Grabbed the rebound. And how about that? Jumping Jimmy stuck it back up and in the warriors. And then one twenty and eighteen. Boil the other way for Purdue. Gilmore break corner up. Due rake. Gilmore thirteen shoot. Dumps it down the Scofield's Scofield on the block grants Latin last power mood. Brennan Scofield muscle overland Davis to make it twenty two thousand eighteen with eight fifty to go first half. The point guard duties wave state with dairy and on the ventures. Cochran right side. Khatri double team for a minute over land land left side on the drive. You lost that stolen away by Palmer. Turnover for Len Davis already here tonight office foot. He just let it go on the crossover three. The other way is no good for the corner is rebound by Scofield into the vascular. They're gonna cost Scofield for push it off. Three by raking was though good Scofield got the rebound and one of the referees suburb going the other way. The referees talking about it. Now. Again, intentional foul coming up. They're going gonna call a flagrant intentional whatever you call it. These days in college basketball. It's an intentional foul than me. But it's actually a flagrant foul now. So Wade Davis will head the other way for wave state to shoot to Latin Eighty-three percent foul sugar around the year has got three points today. Check that note. Japan Henderson, we'll have to shoot the freezers. I thought that was going to be the case don't get the pick who shoots on an intentional foul, but you do on technical, of course, so driven by himself. The other way gonna shoot for Wayne State in the warriors will have the ball after the free throws Henderson's. First free. Throw is good. Giovine now with eight points. Second free throw coming up for Henderson. It's no good. Remains a two point game. It'll be warrior basketball twenty-five left in the opening half. Tell you what Syria Gideon lace breather here and as long as the lawyers can play like this. He might stay on the bench for awhile. Give them some legs. For the second half. He played thirty six minutes. On Saturday after playing thirty seven against northern on Thursday. Gray Murray into the paint bounce pass to is thrown into the team in other ways, they tear over here comes dairy and on q. Checks out for the words, and we'll be curry Murray. The only score two points in the last four minutes. The quickstart. Offensive warriors tighten up the defense. Last three or four minutes or so. Right. There's another still for Wayne State all it's gonna take it away. From palmer. Up ahead. The Latin Latin rate's gonna drive to the past get all the way put it up money on found. They'll call the rebound. My Ronald Karenzi was the eleventh Purdue north west player to play here in the first half. Seven wave state worse for keeping track at home three point. The other way is good. Gilmore upside down eleven now, and it's twenty five twenty pride by five seven and a half to go first half. There are no one's white. On the right side thought about the three passenger hundreds all to the basket. Other rates lays it up in Henderson now with ten points, and it's twenty five twenty two seven fifteen to go in the half the legal screen coming up. Brendan palmer. I saw that. One wall. One referee called an illegal screen the other one coming in. Call one hundred percent instead after one official bulletin illegal screen. Overrated. David greer. Is wanting an explanation? So we'll be north west basketball up by three. I fall on Giovine. Ain't nobody will two thousand after the warriors Joma warrior to the paint. We got a foul coming up away for the ball. Save your Cochran. That's this first team six. Jinxed it there for a minute by saying nobody to personal fouls. But they found the one player out there and commit a foul yet. And that was ager cocker. Seven oh, three to go in the half twenty five twenty two fried. Robertson right corner down to Barnard barn are working against Cochran back to Robertson. Twelve to shoot it up from Atlanta all over him. Bounce pass the tape. Schroer right there. Another foul coming up on wave state. That's three fouls now on this possession against the warriors. That's gonna be whistle against. That's David number two on land comes with six forty six to go in the half. And that should put Purdue with the line to shoot one in one. Two or one and one here. I don't think he was shooting. Let's go to the free throw line. Eighty percent shoot around the year. And they will give them two free throws will say he was shooting. David can't believe that either. I don't understand how that's a shooting foul. First one is good. Perplexes entire possession. What's been whistle by the officials, and that takes the cake, right? They're giving them two free. Throws. Made the first anyway, but it's the principle of the matter. Tait's? Second free throw is also good role that one and he's got two points back to a five point Purdue north west league back to that full court pressure. Always white double teamed up ahead. The Cochran he's gonna be fouls. You're going gonna shoot one on one. The other way, let's say he was shooting to I don't know. Check and see. And it will be a one and one.

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