35 Burst results for "Youngs"

Texas School Shooter Kills 14 Children, 1 Teacher

The Officer Tatum Show

01:22 min | 20 hrs ago

Texas School Shooter Kills 14 Children, 1 Teacher

"Welcome ladies and gentlemen, you're listening to the officer Tatum show him your hose Brandon Tatum. I have some tragic news. I know that you probably heard about it, but there was a tragic shooting in you of all Texas, 15 dead 14 of them were children shot at a elementary school in a small town called Yuval di population about 15,000 people in 78% population and Hispanic and I saw the picture of the shooter and he looks like he's Hispanic. He looked deranged. He looks like he's a minister of society. How did nobody detect that he was nutty? Is beyond me. On his social media, I Instagram, he posted magazines, he posted rifles, he seems like he was a deranged young man. And before the shooting at the school, at the elementary school, which he did not attend, he was 18 years old, he murdered his grandmother. And after murdering his grandmother, he went to the school and shot as many kids as he could. Right now, it doesn't appear that there's a clear motive other than him being insane. And it's a very tragic situation in my condolences and prayers go out to the families that have lost their loved ones in such a tragic event.

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Caller Talks About Husband Being Elected to School Board

Mark Levin

01:34 min | 21 hrs ago

Caller Talks About Husband Being Elected to School Board

"And I feel like I'm all over the place right now tonight because the other thing is my husband and I'm so proud of him Just got elected last week to the most corrupt school board system Newburgh has been notoriously so he's doing that We're trying to do around a loudoun county It's not exactly in the best Okay so my husband used the right to the times federal record up here And they're so liberal And they stopped taking his writings And my husband's very articulate He's very he's just very smart He's just talked to me so many years ago about stuff that I never wanted to hear about Like I'm young I don't care but then he finally got to me and then so we listen to you all day long Listen to Alex we listen to you We listen to All right where are we going with this Andrew But my point is there's so many things that's wrong And people are saying these people that are doing what they're doing but there's so much services out there Sometimes and like they say the families don't want to talk about it The cops don't want to talk about it Nobody wants to talk about it but this service is out there Why do we have to wait for a massive killing like today Before someone gets help and my agency and it's throughout the state of New York this program But we help people and we give them hope And we're very compassionate and I do And I'm all for all that but we got to protect these schools now

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Theories emerge for mysterious liver illnesses in children

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 d ago

Theories emerge for mysterious liver illnesses in children

"How's the officials remain perplexed by mysterious cases of severe liver damage in hundreds of young children around the world The best available evidence points to a fairly common stomach bug that isn't known to cause liver problems and otherwise healthy kids That virus was detected in the blood of stricken children but oddly it has not been found in their disease livers The illnesses are considered rare CDC officials last week said they are now looking into 180 possible cases across the U.S. most of the children went to the hospital at least 15 needed liver transplants and 6 died I'm Shelley Adler

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Charlie Welcomes Arizona's Karrin Taylor-Robson to the Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:43 min | 2 d ago

Charlie Welcomes Arizona's Karrin Taylor-Robson to the Show

"Hello everybody. Welcome back. We are here in my home now, Arizona. I grew up in Illinois, but I chose to live in Arizona. And I could tell you right now, Arizona is like the battleground state of the battleground state of the battleground state. And I really wanted to get kind of a picture of what's happening on the ground in Arizona and kind of the political trends and also someone who's running to be the next governor of Arizona. We've known each other for a long time. We have some awesome mutual friends, Karen Robson, Karen, welcome to the program. Thank you. And your barnstorming the state, whenever I work out, I see your ads on TV and it's compelling and you're getting the message out. Tell us why you're running for governor and then let's get right into what's happening here in Arizona. Well, I'm running for governor because we're being invaded from the south and we're under attack from Washington, D.C.. As you said, I'm a lifelong native, I was born and raised here. I was born and raised in rare. At is rare. 70% of our adult population came from somewhere else. So welcome. Welcome to Arizona. The land of the free and the home of the brave. That's Ronald Reagan used to talk about The Shining city on the hill, and he was referencing America. Well, it's now Arizona. We are The Shining city on the hill, and that is why Arizona is one of the top states for people moving to because people crave freedom. But I've been so lucky my whole life. I've worked since I was a kid. And there was a time I would tell my parents, I was going to write a book about them for making me work, you know, at such a young age because it was some form of child abuse. I'm sure they would be thrown in jail now for putting their 5 year old work, but the book I'm going to read is going to be one about gratitude. And the opportunities I have had my entire life to build a career, I put myself through school, I put myself through law school, built my career, been very successful, and I thank God every day for it. And I see those opportunities slipping away.

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John Zmirak's 18-Year-Old Paranoia Was Completely Justified

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:19 min | 2 d ago

John Zmirak's 18-Year-Old Paranoia Was Completely Justified

"You were just telling us something about what happened in 1982. In 1982, an age 17 maybe 18 as a freshman at Yale, I was telling my Friends that the gay lobby was far more dangerous to western civilization than Soviet comics. This is 17 years before Tommy collapsed, but I think as we look around and children being chemically castrated, 12 year old girls having their healthy breasts removed to radical mastectomies, young people being groomed and recruited for sexual perversion by Disney by kindergarten teachers by second grade teachers by school boards. I'm afraid my 18 year old paranoia was all too justified that I would take Soviet communism in a heartbeat over what the LGBTQ my name is legion movement has in mind. Well, I think John, you're just gifted in the sense that you kind of see things as they are and you connect the dots and most people somehow, you know, a fly or a gnat distracts them before they can connect all the dots. And you really have been able always to do that. And

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Gun buyback in Brooklyn gets weapons off the street

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 d ago

Gun buyback in Brooklyn gets weapons off the street

"A gun buyback in New York City gets some dangerous weapons off the streets while putting iPads and $200 into people's pockets Brooklyn DA Eric Gonzalez says several dozen loaded guns were turned in anonymously no questions asked at a local church A grandmother who came in and said her grandson had a gun She said when he opens his drawer he'll have the gift card and the iPad but that gun is up the house He says it's not costing taxpayers the money comes from gambling and drug for for sure while the iPads come from junior's restaurant owner Alan Rosen who says as a dad he just wanted to do something About enough It's every night I mean there was this Monday there was a young lady who was shot in The Bronx 11 years old The DA says the guns get destroyed Julie Walker New York

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'Everything You Need to Know About Abortion for Teens'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:07 min | 3 d ago

'Everything You Need to Know About Abortion for Teens'

"This brand new book, everything you need to know about abortion fatigues. Do they want to know? Well, see, they need to know. That's the point. Because why? Planned Parenthood is preying on them in the schools in high schools. They're on college campuses. So like it or not, they need to know about abortion. So what I do in the books is I store it back and I tell them about normal corby. Sandra Cano. I even tell them about doctor Bernard nathanson, who father Frank and I knew. So I showed them how it was all built on lies. Then I introduced them. And this is what's great. In the middle of the book, they let me put in pictures of the unborn child. Like a baby book. Starting at 7 weeks. So you can't buy the lies, the clump assessment. When you see that, it's extremely. And I challenge the young people, you know what? Why don't you ask your parents for your baby picture starting from when you were in the womb? Because as you know, if you want the baby, everyone's showing the pictures. If not, it's a glob of cells. So I show them the truth, and then I tell them what happens in an abortion. Exactly. Comparing that it's not good medicine. And then I show them the voices of the women who bought the lie from silent no more, and the damage.

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Simpson's early 65 proved low score was possible at PGA

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 d ago

Simpson's early 65 proved low score was possible at PGA

"Mito Pereira is the surprise leader after three rounds of the PGA Championship the 27 year old Chilean firing at 69 to move to 9 under establishing a three shot blade of a will's ala tourist and Matt Fitzpatrick that on a cold and windy day the so many top players struggling Cameron young fired a 67 to move in a contention at 5 under Mexican Abraham answer is next at four under and former major champions bubba Watson and Justin Thomas still have a chance among those at three under the card I'm Graham agar

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African scientists baffled by monkeypox cases in Europe, US

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 4 d ago

African scientists baffled by monkeypox cases in Europe, US

"Scientists who have monitored the monkeypox virus in western Africa are battled by its recent spread around the world Cases have previously been seen only among people with links to Africa but in the past week cases have popped up in Britain Spain Portugal Sweden the U.S. and Canada most of the reported infections have been found in young men who hadn't previously traveled to Africa no one has so far died from the outbreak and scientists in Britain are investigating whether the disease is being sexually transmitted I'm Karen Chammas

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San Francisco Archbishop Bars Pelosi From Holy Communion

The Officer Tatum Show

01:00 min | 4 d ago

San Francisco Archbishop Bars Pelosi From Holy Communion

"Ladies and gentlemen, I want to start with Nancy Pelosi. I know there's a lot of Christians that listen to the show. So I want to start with Nancy Pelosi and say that that archbishop was 100% right. There's no way in the world that you should be taking communion and you believe in murder and young children. The Bible speaks very clearly that God knew you before you answered the womb. You belong to God, you don't belong to your mama. Your mama is just a vessel in which you pass through. In the spirit, in which you pass through, so God can, you know, control and elevate you in your life and you have a purpose singular from anybody else. Nothing against mamas because that's a hard job and that's why women are blessed. Because they have to carry children and create them and God has given authority to women to do that. But Nancy Pelosi should not be taking communion any one of these people who are claiming to be Christian claiming to be Catholic and they're pushing abortion. You are absolutely wrong.

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How Alabama's Mike Rogers Made His Way to Congress

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:50 min | 5 d ago

How Alabama's Mike Rogers Made His Way to Congress

"Folks, I want you to welcome to the Doug Collins podcast, Mike Rogers, from Alabama Mike's good to see you, buddy. Thank you, Doug. We miss you, man. Well, I miss being there. A lot of late night Sessions and discussions and everything as we go. One of the things that I always like to talk about when we get started on the podcast is and from a perspective, everybody seems to know us, even if it's back in our districts and states, they know us from things like this. They see us on TV, they see us on, or hear us on radio, they do that. They don't really know like sort of how we got to where we are. So I want to use this moment before we get into the deeper stuff in Washington. Talk a little bit about how you got to Congress, sort of your background, why you wanted to do this in the first place. Well, I started young. I knew from as an adolescent and I wanted to be in Congress and I started to prepare myself for a career in public service. I. Prepared for law. I tell people that law is my vocation, politics is my career. But I prepared for a career in politics by getting an undergraduate degree in political science and master's degree in public administration in all degree. And then at 28, ran for the state for the county commission in my home county was the youngest person ever elected in the first Republican. Like a lot in the south, you know it is. There was the south is very conservative, but it was always historically Democrat until the last three decades. Ronald Reagan had a lot to do with change in that and in Barack Obama kind of kept it off. But many events, then I went from the county commission to the state legislature, was there a two terms served as minority leader in 2008, I ran for the 2002 I ran for the House. I've been here ever since.

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'How dare you!': Grief, anger from Buffalo victims' kin

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 5 d ago

'How dare you!': Grief, anger from Buffalo victims' kin

"A plea for the nation to end racial violence 86 year old Ruth whitfield was one of ten black people massacred in an attack on a supermarket in Buffalo New York her daughter Robin Harris during a Thursday news conference first shouted how dare you referring to accuse gunmen Peyton gendron before she called on people in this country to take action I need this Violence to stop We need to fix this And we need to fix it now Attorney Benjamin krupp says gun makers know what they are selling and who their customers are What did they think this 18 year old young man was going to do with an AR-15 that can shoot 70 rounds and 20 seconds Authorities are investigating the possibility of hate crime and terrorism charges against children who posted hundreds of pages of his plans before the shooting I'm Tim McGuire

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Darvish leads Padres past Phillies 2-0 with 7 sharp innings

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 d ago

Darvish leads Padres past Phillies 2-0 with 7 sharp innings

"The Padres scored true roger the top of the fourth inning and took their 5th road series win with a two zero victory over the Phillies When he pitched you darvis scattered 6 hits he struck out 5 and 7 innings of work to improve his record to four and one helping the Padres pick up their 7th series win overall San Diego took a one zero lead when a single by Robinson Cano that was either followed by a sacrifice fly by Haas young Kim Kyle Gibson took the loss for the fills and saw his record drop the three and two Michael luongo Philadelphia

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House Dems Delay Voting for Increased Security for SCOTUS Justices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:36 min | 6 d ago

House Dems Delay Voting for Increased Security for SCOTUS Justices

"So right off the bat, protesters have shown up outside the homes of Supreme Court Justices, which is a violation of the law. There are statutes on the books that protect federal judges from that kind of coercion and intimidation and threats. The very presence. How'd you like to have 200 lunatics on your lawn, screaming at you with a bullhorn? Brett Kavanaugh's got young children, Amy Coney Barrett has young children. The left wants this. And if you don't believe me, if you don't believe that the left wants violence, they want threats. They want people being intimidated, senator John cornyn. Had a bill that was unanimously passed by the U.S. Senate. That would increase and enhance security for Supreme Court Justices and their families. Seems pretty bipartisan, right? You want to know what steny Hoyer, steny Hoyer and the Democrats are doing in the house. They're holding it all up. The house Democrats have changed the bill with the express intent of delaying protection for the Supreme Court Justices, whose lives are at risk. I mean, let's not mince words here. We know how violent and crazed these radical activists can be. We saw it. We witnessed

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Portugal finds 5 monkeypox cases in men as outbreak spreads

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 6 d ago

Portugal finds 5 monkeypox cases in men as outbreak spreads

"Several new cases of monkeypox have been confirmed in young men in Europe and one case in the U.S. The unusual outbreak of a disease typically linked to Africa was announced in Portugal and Britain one case of the disease was also confirmed in Massachusetts In a resident who had traveled to Canada and investigators are looking into whether it's connected to the European outbreaks infectious diseases medic doctor Erica chenoy said the patient was identified early on as a possible monkeypox suspect And this was really unusual because the patient had no travel history no exposure to animals that would be known to be reservoirs All the Portuguese cases involved men mainly young in Britain the current and previous cases did not seem to be linked suggesting there may be multiple chains of monkeypox transmission happening in the country I'm Karen Chammas

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Republican Leadership Never Took Madison Cawthorn Under Their Wing

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 6 d ago

Republican Leadership Never Took Madison Cawthorn Under Their Wing

"This young man Cawthorn who lost by really An eyelash And the Republican primary in the far west corner of North Carolina He may have had his faults It was a young man But the Republican leadership never took him under his wing You had former Republicans who were host on TV who were mouthpieces for their rhino brothers and sisters and just trashed the hell out of the guy Yet the drudge report trashing the hell out of the guy You had the Republican establishment in North Carolina trash in the hell out of the guy You had tell us the Republican senator who's a Mitch McConnell want to be trashed the hell out of the guy And just to show you what kind of a guy Donald Trump is he endorsed him in the final week or so of the campaign Even realizing it was going to be a tough race given all that had come He still endorsed him At a principle He's still endorsed him And he just conceded Unfortunately he lost So rather than take this young man who was in a terrible car accident so he lost the use of his legs from the hip down wheel wheelchair bound Rather than take him under the wing teach him the ropes and so forth and so on They went gunning for him Because that's what these bastards do

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Here's What President Biden Should've Said in Buffalo

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:25 min | Last week

Here's What President Biden Should've Said in Buffalo

"So visit America that I'm inviting you to has president, who would have gone to buffalo, and set essentially as follows. My fellow Americans, this is a fundamentally decent society. This sick young man represented an infinitesimally small part of our population. Sick people who believe in sick ideas are to be found in every corner of political life. It has always been so and tragically will always be so. But fundamentally this is a country that has phenomenally successfully uniquely successfully. Passed the test of the most multiracial, multi religious, multicultural. Multinational country in the history of the world. And to say otherwise is to smear the greatest experiment in human diversity that has ever been. Engaged in.

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23 Trump-Endorsed Candidates Prevail in Primary Races

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:42 sec | Last week

23 Trump-Endorsed Candidates Prevail in Primary Races

"Of the 20 7 candidates, president Trump backed in last night's primary contests. 23 prevailed. Wow. How about that for a track record? 23 out of 27. Of course, the mainstream media will crow about Madison Cawthorn's defeat in North Carolina, president Trump endorsed the young man. Wheelchair bound after a car accident when he was much younger. Lot of angry rabbit activists targeted him. And I guess it was successful.

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"youngs" Discussed on All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts

All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts

03:42 min | 9 months ago

"youngs" Discussed on All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts

"And therefore, they hold them beneath them, so to speak in their feet because of the eagle. But the eagle that flies so much higher, he's not worried about someone grabbing his kids from above, he's only worried about the archer from below. And therefore if he were to hold his yawn in his ledge, the youngs would be vulnerable to an arrow attack, so instead, he carries his young, on his shoulders on his pinions, saying if the archer takes aim at us when we are in flight when we are in journey, it's better that the arrow hits me and not my younger..

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"youngs" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast

The Red Box Politics Podcast

02:42 min | 10 months ago

"youngs" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast

"Lecture theatres wonder what you think about that. And also the suggestions needing to be doj abdicate pre league football games and needs to be judge in the autumn to get into nightclubs. Froze the kind of thing that you could get behind absolutely. I think it's absolutely vital that everybody has both jabs. I mean i have my first ice. Wait in tap my second and i think i think it's really important thing today like france had my fest. That's nation. I would four everybody to get their vaccination and get roy on five minutes stuff. Everybody likes enjoying themselves. Wherever being pop night club game. And if that is how the Revising permanent thing that specified way to encourage vaccine then gopher but just could not go too far and actually just turn people even morgan's The vaccines at the end of being forcibly pushed on them and you know reasonable aspects of life are being cut off from them. If they don't actually comply yeah definitely. It's definitely hard one because you don't wanna take anyone's individual choice way but at the end of the data. Vaccinations that help and protect us. So if it gets really important rajiv make sure that everyone is getting them as much as possible. Say but what about. I actually to the big things trying turnaround other mentioned earlier. It's a third of eighteen to twenty twenty nine. Eighteen to twenty nine year olds. Who haven't even got their first dose yet freight does that. Does that surprise you or is that you know speaking a friends of yours. Does that sound about right now. That is a surprise to actually be kids as it would have been in my community around me and will really for and have better stories and so that is shopped naturally and is a surprise it added is actually my family in mind friends are eighteen. Nineteen happened vaccinated are are in favor of in vaccine. Good torture will good to get your view on that on store which will talking about bits day as friday connor winter and jess mickey all of them Very very young cancelled all of them. Eighteen years old. As i mentioned the top of this. We're as friday connor winter and jess mickey all of them Very very young cancelled all of them. Eighteen years old. As i mentioned the top of this. We're always talking about councils and local councillors and jacki weaver and all of that Here three people who actually elected to the job as such a young age. When when battling the a-levels farrago some super young parish councillors that

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"youngs" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"youngs" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

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"youngs" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"youngs" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"Yeah houston wanted sue but then again there's been some pushback so they don't want he'll hold on event there next week if he could There's still justin yellow tape red tape to get through. I feel that birth fighter. I don't think it will be the main base. But i think it will become the next big spot in the united states for now. They're comfortable with the apex. I think for pay per views. Probably texas if it opens up They'll go back and forth texas in las vegas and then obviously they still need abu dhabi and singapore for fighters that can't fly into the united states. So should texas agree. Any one of these cities agree to take on one of these events. Would the us put the negative tested the vaccine requirement into purchasing tickets. That'd be the venue that would be doing that interesting question. They probably have to do a bubble again. Some they'd probably have to do a bubble or some sort of testing or something because when they did the last fight island event the that i dhabi abu dhabi was open like they had fans in. That only had two thousand. They could have had more if they want it. It was just the. Us's call and like also. The stadium wasn't done don't yet But we have to evolve. Because they didn't want like media or unc staff or fighters coaches or anyone being mingling with the public and then someone in the public having the coronavirus. So they're gonna have to take some serious precautions. I assume the fires are still going to be relegated. Suggested hotel they're documented. Believe i m saying staffing for the media on on hand and the judges and the referees and everything. I'm assuming but again. Dan wide really wants to be i. You want us to be the first He wants to be the first sport. And for i league's last promotion to have like a full house. And i believe him. I believe it will happen this matter and while you were having you and you heard the fans in the stands the even even have fights with fans now for almost a year how much different was or was even somewhat relieving to hear people cheering on the fighters again. It was it definitely. It was definitely weird. It was definitely weird. Especially when like when there was a grappling on on the canvas was like the booze like standard rob graph stand up. And i was like oh i remember this like i did not miss this at all. But the engines were great fans like like waving to the fighters and clapping for big knockouts and clapping for high high level fights and white especially when they're like massive players get defense every kind of stood up and applauded so it definitely felt as close to normal as you can get in the pandemic was. There still wasn't the big like there's only two thousand three thousand people like they were still like six feet between like the groups of fan so still and there was the plexiglass between us and the fans and some of the vip plexiglass up as we live so they don't mingo definitely weird but i could definitely feel different and you know we're like we just spoke about your very sad for the division fights coming up. Are there any other fight. You're looking forward to that. Are coming in the next weeks months. Well i would say that. I was really looking forward to leeann edwards at Welterweight next week but obviously homs out is seriously has serious complications when he's already pulled out of this fight like two or three times is coughing up blood he debated retiring. He's out so we don edwards hasn't fi like more than two almost two years. He's on a super bowl. win streak. The last person he lost to was come with the champion. And he's just he's only one..

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"youngs" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"youngs" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"I feel as though sanyo's they've been against each other twice. The fights fallen out twice. So i don't know Finding tony rda fight But once he gets in the top five it'll be really telling especially because those guys All of them outside of connor have very very very high level grappling and wrestling Chandler is the first The poor as the trough. Especially charles there It'll be talent but yeah islam we'll get there. It's just going to be a slow burn. Yeah the the division right now is you might be one of the most exciting ones out there. There's a big dream lightweight. Advance away and i've even welterweight close but The top five of the top five of the way or champion. Speaking of the division we saw dominant crews in action. Last night against casey kenny. And it you like. I'm a cruise. He's been around forever but because he had so many injuries that he missed out on like six years of his prime. Yeah he's i think thirty five young thirty five because he hasn't fighting because of all. These injuries loses first win since twenty. Sixteen so That was one ninety nine like the last time that you wanna fight. Luke walk hold was still champion Thousand nine michael bisbee knocked out rock the the main event dominick cruz. The komeda vinegars ri- favor and then after that also garbrandt henderson who to graze fives at below one fifty five and two of the more talented fighters i in benway history. So not losing the bums Just having long layoffs. And i hope this victory means he's going to be back back the competing in a more regular basis. Do you think he can make make another run at the bantamweight title. It's tough it's real tough. Just because i think the top five bantamweight is so so talented. Any one of those fighters if you look at. I'll talk ayaan sterling. Corey san hagen T to dillashaw. Obviously cody garbrandt. I'll even josie aldo. Frankie edgar. I'll watch donna cruisers. Any of those guys. Any of those individuals can be the champion. And i think it's gonna be like hot potato between all those guys. Corey saying hagen. Is john sterling being the big losers of saturday. Corey said hangs with ex biggest loser. Because he's he was supposed to fight the winner probably now he has to wait even longer. Now he's probably have to fight. T. j. dillashaw attenders fight. So i wouldn't hate dominant cruz versus jimmy rivera or not your picture movie. Heroes and frankie. Edgar and i think josie. How does it if i call you garbage. Which is a fun fight. Show lack going unmet division. That's that's yeah. We're talking about the in two thousand and twenty usually ban the band division of the whole not. Just as see i'm talking rising balasore cage warriors. All over the world hundred thirty five pounds was the most competitive. We're talking jose young's from 'em may find dot com one of the one of the big stories. I saw this week was now that the state of texas has lifted all of their covid nineteen restrictions. Dana white came out and said he wanted to have an event in texas with full capacity with that become the new base for events until other states open up in a more consistent basis it would be. I think they'd have to hold the events first because the governor opened it up but then a lot of the mayor's don't want like dallas apparently said no they don't they don't have an event there..

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"youngs" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"youngs" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"I can understand that. Want to move on to the second title fight of the night the one that i think we all knew what was going to happen before the even scheduled to fight man noon as megan anderson nunez dominated again. What's left for her at this point I wish chris iboh see 'cause obviously that rematch needs to happen at some point. It'll probably never happen. I guess juliana pain. Yah bantamweight would be the next logical contender especially since holly home got hurt. Joint pain isn't talking a lot of craziness at noon. As they've never fought bending as obviously the bet grace email fight of all time juliana i think is the only ones you haven't thought gee germane to randomly is already. Oh two against Imagine it as holiday homes over one commanders. Being every single former uc champion. They couldn't in front of unless they wanted to. The third fight was balancing that just because a lot of people including myself balancing the one second fight and she was on her way. When i fight if there was a five round five so i think juliana valentina but definitely knocking valentine and she had this fighting just them yes he's much more Wants to do the fight between valentine waleed before they do a third man to fight but who knows money talks i. There's not much less out there. Yeah she cleared out the featherweight division. Moving without even breaking a sweat. Oh yeah percents. The fight against the last fight. She had where she actually went to distance. And she was toying with her opponent at the at the end. Yeah man no. There's not many fighters at one thirty five and one especially one forty five. I don't if there's any like the the conversation with samantha. Beats megan anderson where they close the featherweight division. Just because there's no one else out there. Dallas has a very constructive way division. Ufc has maybe four total at a man is being pretty much all of them. I'll say genuine wolf..

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"youngs" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"youngs" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"We get into the second they gotta give a shout out to my man. Brian graves behind the classmates and everything happened to him. So we're all set to go and as were yes. Oh we're so. Last night. Was usc to fifty nine out in vegas and there were three title fights and one of them ended with a little bit of controversy in with me to talk about that. Good friend of mine. Been on the show before. Jose young's from if i dot com jose. Thanks for taking the time tonight. You got it boss anytime you want to china. May i'm always down all right. Well we're gonna jump right into and we're going to start with the the one that ended with some controversy outlaw island on own algae sterling. Peter yawn and that fight ended with an illegal needed ahead. And as i was watching it like like my head hurt looking at that. Yeah man it's It's unfortunate especially given the fact that both individuals are like like it's rare in today's day and age especially mixed martial arts especially in boxing. You get a fight title fight between two individuals that it's it's kind of universally accepted. They're the two best fighters at their way class. They're the physical prime of their careers We got that one this waker But really other than that. You don't get that often. It's either super fights or someone gets hurt and fills in or Someone authors along the way or it's rarely do you get these fights where it's just like the pinnacle of the of this way class of purity on alginates sterling. They talk a lot of heat. They were both on a phenomenon. Fantastic win streak so even before. Peter yawn josie allah for the title. He he said in his media day. Like if i win on probably finding housing minister like that's because of his three so it's just fortunate. A lot of people thought that it was going to be the best of the diet shaping up to be five nine four illegal blow and literally. It's it's the worst case scenario for that fight..

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"youngs" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"youngs" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"Me to talk. Ufc two fifty nine. You stay right there. We'll be right back Thirteen you're listening to sports talking to your tune in every sunday night at eight. Pm on long island wg broadcasting on ninety five point nine fm and twelve forty am or listen live online at wgn. Radio dot com country foot care. Official podiatrists of the new york lizards.

"youngs" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"youngs" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"Miss the food for sure. I'll tell you what. I don't miss the cold weather i don't that like right now I'm in shorts. Attacked up You know i was at the beach. yesterday When i went home a couple of days ago a couple of weeks ago there was there was snow on the ground. That i'm not jealous or anything. Yeah i remember this. This was years ago. I i. I remember patty power right down the street from where our studio is i actually bumped into you and in there and it was like walking. I think i think you just won the title or like a few months later and walk ins like it was like. Oh my god. that's him. I think that was just like you're walking into the bar. I pass our Quite a few times by lifestyle. I got a couple more minutes with you. I don't wanna keep you from aws. I saw that they they did bring there bring on somebody pretty big tonight. I'm kind of intrigued. Who it's going to are they dream matches that you wanna have like with my who and who would be with Yeah for sure. I would love to wrestle edge You know he was. He gave me my big break and wrestling by by being an edge head for and i learned so much from him and you know unfortunately he retired like a like a decade ago. And i thought that was it. I never had my chance to wrestling. But now he's back he's back so you never know edgeworth cardona would love that me my dream match that i can see that being a lot of fun you know. There's a lot a lot of good storylines you can work with that with that That will bring in. are there any like. Do you have any favorite angles that you've done over your career and you know you've had you've had a long career and they're still playing more to it but is there any story lines or angle that you really love doing I think david one was the the big stuff's For the us title in twenty eleven..

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"youngs" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"youngs" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"They made the wrestling figures And it's now like people who work for the company whether they're cleaning out their basements garage. They're finding these these things. Like prototypes of sometimes. The guy is never came out. You know so. It's like oh my god like to own a figure that was supposed to come out every day so cool And there's this This diesel figure. That never came out. I from from different sources. I was able to find the artwork sketch for it and the head. So i'm just wondering like is there a diesel like hand figure in in some guys garage somewhere i i just i want to know and we're talking that cardona you know this year we've seen you know a what all the shows have had no fancher the virtual fans and you know what what what the main difference you see when you're working in an arena full of people and when you're working in front of a virtual crowd yeah i mean there's no denying that wrestling in front of a real audience is better like of course And of course like of course. It's not going to be the same wrestling for them. Nobody you know you want that people because this is an art form right and the true article. Professional wrestling is is playing with that audience. You know and if you can't gauge their responsible because they're not there it's kind of tricky you know what i'm saying. You have to assume what they might want or feel And and the show must go on right so we weren't just gonna stop wrestling. We had to continue. And you know we're gonna we made the most of it and there's been a lot of great moment You know once. I'm in their bell to bell. I'm still giving it my all whether there's a hundred thousand people or zero people right but when the people are there were you can feel the people it's just Man it just. It's it's just make everything. So i hopefully very very soon. We'll we'll get back to that Because that the fans they're just they make it all you know. Yeah and every wrestler talks about having their quote unquote wrestlemainia moment. And you had you had yours standing on top of the ladder with the intercontinental title. How much different do you think that would have been if there was way there. Oh god it would have been so different because a nobody was there. My dad wouldn't have been in the crowd and then my dad wouldn't have been able to barricading the rich. You know so. Change the whole moment You know and like. I remember that match so vividly. I was so excited obviously wrestlemainia. I'm involved this big match Families there you everyone's watching it but I was to actually win. It was like the cherry on top. I felt like i. I one just being in the match. You know just walking down that aisle and hearing my musically resume that was the wind right to actually get the title awesome of course But then my dad. Happy the barricade and slide again like that. That wasn't part of the show that wasn't written by some writers. That was my dad. Just legitimately hopping the guardrail. So if there were no fans there he wouldn't have been there so that moment wouldn't have happened. Yeah and you've you've worked all over the world many different combat. Wwe w currently with impact. When do you see any differences between the promotions. Like in terms of the style of what they promote. No i think everything it's like There's so many different flavors of ice cream right. There's no right way or wrong way to do it You know as we speak right now..

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"youngs" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"youngs" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"I talk to each other about recipes so with what kind of fan engagement have you gotten like over the time that you've been wanting this show The gagarin is is the best part. Because you know you have to. It's twenty twenty one right now so social media it's so accessible to to get a genuine response from your fans and good and bad you know. Sometimes it's not gonna be what you want here. Sometimes it's not good news. Sometimes the troll. Who's this as a negative to say something negative but a lot of times you get that. That instant feedback You can you know you could play with that and see what works but does it. And just let's say and then you know they want to be a part of the the ride and with the major wrestling figure podcasts You know we have this community fans you know we We have a facebook group. That's a private group and you know we're in there. We're talking about figures were buying and selling with our fans and they're buying stuff from us and it's just a say stop a collectors And it's just a really cool experience you know. Listen i get. I get from an outsider looking in like a wire. These grown men talked about choice. I get it but like if you're in and you and you get it from the opposite side like oh it's so much fun. Do you have a favorite in your collection. Like everybody's got a favorite whatever they whatever they collect. They got their favorite something. What's yours i would have to say My zack ryder selection. Like i can't pinpoint an exact one. That like the fact that like i was such a die hard fan and i collected the figures and i played the figures then to you know make it in wrestling and then you have your own figure. It's the coolest feeling the world and it doesn't get old you know. I've had been fortunate enough to have a few Actually use my career and it doesn't get old in fact you know The major recipe. Podcast like we're making our own action figures and like the prototype is like in the mail right now And i was supposed to get yesterday. They got delays on like. Oh i wanna get us when open it. You know like it just doesn't get old. I'm definitely excited to see that. When i'm looking forward to seeing how that one comes out. Do you have a white whale like the one that you can't. They even looking for forever. And you can't find it and you're you're like that no-holds-barred trip to find it. Yeah so so You know there's a lot of prototypes and pre production. Stop and that's really fascinating to me. Is that you know. For for instance that this this company has a right now. They're they're huge. They make they make star wars the big brand but you know in the early nineties to mid nineties..

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"youngs" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"youngs" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"We've got all that other way. Going to star star show tonight with long island native professional wrestler. Matt cardona met. Thank you for taking the time tonight. I young guys. Well you currently we can you. Can you can see man on impact wrestling in here on. The major wrestling figure podcast. And we're one of the things he's doing now. He's in concert with the ten year anniversary of show. He did on his youtube. Channel mc true allowing story. We'll get to that in a minute but you know we'll jump into your career. You spoken at length about how wrestling had such a huge impact on your life growing up. What was it about wrestling. That drew you in as opposed to baseball or football. You know These larger than life character the comic book looking characters But it's not a cartoonist. Out of comic book. It's not just an active. You can see these guys on. tv you can. yeah then you could play the actions. They the wrestling buddies. You can wrestle with you. Can go to shows and see them live. It was like during that time the the late eighties early nineties wrestling was so hot and it was everywhere. Couldn't escape it. I mean there was ice cream bars with favorite wrestlers on it so it was like you could anything that you can think of. Wrestling could be a part of it. And that's why. I got so obsessed with it because i could put wrestling with anything i was doing. I'm definitely you on the ice cream bar saying anytime mr to chuckle post up by across the street from the house. I would make sure. I got one hundred who favorites growing up When i was a little kid i loved hall. Cogan warrior the macho man. Because you know they were so colorful and so charismatic and they could. they could talk you You know that talk you into the arena so to speak they can make you You know cheer that boo them. Whatever they wanted And then as i got older. I appreciate the actual wrestling bell to bell a lot. More on got behind guys like shawn. Michaels bret hart or edge and christian stuff like that and as.

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"youngs" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"youngs" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"One with his golf day resting up in the Rosse in Woodbridge listening, he probably took a shower and he's all clean now, uh, any nights I'm giving the play by play on what I think happened today. Okay, Glad I hope he is. I hope he and far straight but who knows what job? You know, bro. I never hit it fallen straight. What do you make, And there's a lot to get to hear. What do you make of everything going on around baseball with covert Because it seems like with the Mets and the Yankees, things have been going well. And yet the Giants are suspending their workouts today. We know about what happened yesterday with a bunch of teams, but your thoughts? Yeah, well, you know, it's what's interesting to me. Those foreign I know you pay attention to the National League east like a hawk. You know the Mets have done Ah, very good job so far is a matter of fact. You know, everyone says keep thesixty feet apart. They've actually doubled that I was noticing that the first day the cones were about 10 feet apart, sometimes 12 feet, which I think is a great idea. Just keeping a little further apart. You know, you've got room because you don't have the whole squad out there. So do it that way, And thus far all the protocols have been Have been followed for the most part, and everyone is pretty good. But you know, as I look at and you know, this may help them down the line. But as I look around the National League East, you know, you look at Freddie Freeman. Down in Atlanta on obviously, after Nick Markakis talk to Freddie Freeman, he decided to opt out. Ah, they also lost. Who was that? Felix Hernandez, who you know was probably going to be the first started. I don't know, but at least he had a shot or making inroads on that. The Phillies Zack Wheeler is expecting his first child right at the end of the month. I believe and he may be you know out of it's possible that he may be out of action the first week. Our Noah is not in camp. As well. And when you're not a camp, even if you don't have cove it, But you've been exposed to somebody who you know, has it and you were close to them. Whatever. You've still got to put yourself on the sidelines from about 7 to 10 days, So it's gonna take away and and Donna Washington. If you saw this before, Soto was impossible, Victor Robb less is now out as well as of both row Bliss and Soto. Are not there in Washington camp right now have not been in camp thus far. And of course, they had a bunch of people is well to Joe Ross and Zimmerman. So you know thus far the Mets you know a ce faras Actos. I think they're ahead of the game when you look at what the other teams are going through, and maybe that helps, um, you know, at the start, I don't know. But, yeah, it's a good sign anyway. For them that things are going well. Now hopefully, you know, knock on wooden Lord knows what's going to happen, But you know, there's certainly things you've got to get through and the testing stuff they have to get through as well. They've got to find 1/3 lab to help him out. Testing to this cannot lagged away. It has no I know this may be tougher to answer because one of the things that's probably affecting your job and everybody's job is not able to talk to the players is often is maybe you normally would you know if these new meetings Has anyone on this met Ross to reveal that they were even thinking about opting out. I think we asked Louise that and then you know, Tio his knowledge. I think he said No, but not that I know of. No, I don't think that anyone was I I would imagine guys thought about it, Certainly, but I don't think that anyone was close that I that I could gather. I know Jake. I think the other day said that. You know, he hadn't thought about that. He thought you always thought they were going to play. And wanted to play. But I don't think so. Not to my knowledge. No, I think everyone is pretty much on board and you know, that's a good sign, too, that the there's certainly willing tto to do it just everybody else has to know. Do they do their part to that? So the other team's not just your own teammates and I think, you know. Listen, I think all of these guys, especially the veterans on the team to know that, you know they've got to keep the younger guys in line to you know when they do go on the road. Obviously, you've got to make it a point. Hey, you know, we're going to meet in somebody's room or in some roomed all have dinner. That kind of thing. Because you know, you've got a mind your P's and Q's. As they say, You can't have guys wandering off here and there, so I always will be a problem, you know, And I thought it was interesting when Jake talked about winning a Cy Young verses winning a world championship when it means look, there is not a long history of guys winning three straight Cy Youngs, and I think Randy Johnson did it. And I'm not sure if anyone else did it to be honest with you in the history of baseball. Clemens won a bunch now they everyone three straight Maddox, one thematic, dramatic 14 matters 14 That's right. Didn't didn't didn't Randy when 40. He went for two and thought he won for? You know what's funny about Maddox? And maybe it's different than the Jake thing. Maddox had two of them in years that warrant full seasons in 1994 and 90 95 1 92 through 95. Now that I think about it, I think you're right about Johnson to I think, Brandy one for you one for me, too. So it goes back to this. Jake may be right that we're gonna look at a a Cy Young award that was only made with 12 starts and say it's not. It's not the same. But when you're trying to get to the pantheon of three straight or four straight Cy Youngs, I wonder if 15 years from now, do we look back at it that way, Because gang Greg Maddux And again, you made a lot of starts. But two of those so young's came in years that were not full years. Yeah, I mean, if you're gonna ask trick any season, you do this one of 60 games, you know, it's 100 less obviously, but A TTE the same time I liked what he said the other day, simply because you know that shows what kind of team Eddie is to his. He said. Yeah, you can look at the side Young award if I know if I'm lucky enough to win 1/3 in a row. Ah, yeah, It's ah, It's it's a little suspect. But if we win a title, it's not because everyone's giving up a lot and taking a lot of chances, taking a lot of risk to go up there and play this year and you do it as a team and you get through, even if it's 60 games. You get through that as a team. They know you deserve to be ah, to be a champion. I I think that's the way Listen, everyone. Eventually we'll look at it, too. Hey, listen, if he goes out there and pitches like he did last year on wins another side and I'm not gonna look at it that suspect they'll just assume it's no. He would have done it if he pitched another, you know, 20 starts for, so you know, I think we've been thinking about this with the MBA, too. And the NHL that they're going into a bubble. It's going to be so different is that championship the same and the truth is, and a few players have said this It is, in many ways more impressive because you're doing it, not just focusing on baseball. You're doing it while also focusing on the things you pointed out, social distancing, traveling and being incredibly careful because you don't need this virus to spread the fact that the virus may impact the team that goes on to win a title, So I'm not sure how fans are going to look at it. We're going to be the judge of this is years go by. But in terms of the accomplishment in many ways, winning a title this year is more impressive. Yeah, well, think of this two of you. When you look at the MBA in the NHL, I probably give home court advantage. Maurine the MBA, then I wouldn't be any Children. But you're you're dealing with neutral sites here And these. You know, these teams that they win championships are goingto win them on neutral ice, neutralize a neutral courts. Excuse me, but You know, I think that's impressive. You know, there's.

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"youngs" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"youngs" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Him off and then you could do that because you've got the kid out there that's won two cy Youngs and I know click please but you know I know how tough you can be but but the giants you know what they need to do to get this thing over with and then let the celebration begin and I think a big key is early runs if you could get out early if you the giants could get on top of the Rangers early and make him start to swing the bats up hill it would completely take a lot of their their focus away because then all of a sudden this start thinking about negative things and and that's a key we're gonna watch how the brakes fall this game obviously gonna watch the strike zone and where to watch what type of command both pitchers have all those things obviously entered into it but the giants tonight have the edge because they have the momentum right and watch two guys two guys you're going to see some spirited bats and that's Erin Ronan Pat burl those two guys tonight we're watching a screw cap on baseball enjoy this moment because this is fun this is Chinese baseball because this San Francisco Giants missiles the warning track he's a hundred will she show the giants radio network we are before game five of this twenty ten one hundred and six World Series I break I prolong the giants manager Bruce Boettcher and skip the you know all day long you read it a new watch TV and you get all these reports and they're all about Madison Bumgarner and and what a fabulous night for this twenty one year old kid last night I couldn't be prouder for a Madison I made such a great kid to so well grounded the goes out there on the stage at he had to pitch and then and where he handled himself the composure yet but also the stuff we had always put to work and you said so much confidence going ahead the focus you love your pictures that have been it's hard to pitch better ball game the way he did he was close to going after nine thirty blockbuster watch and then the A. thirty dollars really closer he did his job Wilson was fresh so we wanted to come out but incredible of performance in the something that will be talked about for a year but mention buster Posey I mean you think about you know what this kid is done he's played every game in postseason is called every pitch in postseason it's a big home run last night if the bullet did not think he was going up well I I did cry because I I've seen hit balls like that he gets great Kerrey in with his fly balls especially in this ballpark DO you wanna know Washington that just kept going like that and you know I've seen a few of them so when you hear that you know I thought it it was going to go back fortune Hamilton center fielder of surprises you know like he had a bead on it as I just think it's going to go and it did and that's a big run girl big runs but offered twelve side armor a great at bat that by buster and I get a big hit couple games ago from the help get a rally going under storage looks like he's he's got a swing but yeah he does the looks a lot more comfortable after seeing the ball better such a simple choose so it's great to have our leadoff hitter getting back to where he was logged in and swing the bat well and really heating Freddy Sanchez zero pretty didn't get a hit maybe didn't quite execute a couple times the pictures they saw all of really you know took a toll on their starter in help us when the bombing I we come back we'll talk about the designated hitter tonight right after this back here at the ballpark in Arlington I'm in Bristol cheese office visiting with the jets managers get that girl is a DH to give a chance to to watch listening even chance maybe to rest his brain a little bit but he's back in yeah he's in a DH force I did put in a seven hole behind Huff just problem down a little bit rose you read their single all of better right now so that I could work on some things we did see a couple little things hopefully help formalities within the little bit more than normal but I know Tagore's wings with bam bam yesterday the cage is working hard to become out of this sometimes a day off you know gives you a chance you know just you know to get up your mind watching game relax a little bit and hopefully he'll go out there and throw some good at bats for one last thing you had to be proud although rebate made the error on a ground ball but you have to be really proud of your defense lessons well they're playing great even the game we lost I thought we played very well defensively no one's doing a great job at your Sanchez and what a game me had that one after ending he was everywhere great places to make plays like that it gives the truth that much of a conference of the pound the strike zone and hit it all right.

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"youngs" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"youngs" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To finish him off and then you could do that because you've got the kid out there that's won two cy Youngs and I know click please but you know I know how tough you can be but but the giants you know what they need to do to get this thing over with and then let the celebration begin and I think a big key is early runs if you could get out early if you the giants could get on top of the Rangers early and make him start to swing the bats up hill it would completely take a lot of their their focus away because then all of a sudden this start thinking about negative things and and that's the key we're gonna watch how the brakes fall this game obviously gonna watch the strike zone and where to watch what type of command both pitchers have all those things obviously entered into it the giants tonight have the edge because they have the momentum right and watch two guys two guys you're gonna see some spirited bats and that's Erin Ronan Pat burl those two guys tonight we're watching the screw cap on baseball enjoy this moment because this is fun San Francisco Giants baseball in this image severance is inspirational going back to thank you will she show the giants radio network we are before game five of this twenty ten one hundred and six World Series and like I prolong the giants manager Bruce Boettcher and skip the you know all day long you you read and then you watch TV and you get all these reports and they're all about Madison Bumgarner and and what a fabulous night for this twenty one year old kid last night I couldn't be prouder for a Madison I made such a great kid to so well grounded and goes out there on the stage at he had to pitch in and way he handled himself the composure yet but also the stuff he had always put to work and you said so much confidence going ahead the focus you love your pictures that have been it's hard to pitch better ball game the way he did he was close to going after nine thirty thousand poster margin in the April third really who's the closer he did his job Wilson was fresh so we wanted to come out but incredible performance in the something that will be talked about for you limiting the supposedly I mean you think about you know what this kid is done he's played every game in postseason is called every pitch in postseason it's a big home run last night if the bullet did not think he was going up well I I did cry because I I've seen hit balls like that he gets great Kerrey you know with his fly balls especially in this ballpark you know you want to know why she did that the description or like that and you know I've seen a few of them so when he hit it you know I thought it it was going to go fact fortune Hamilton center fielder of surprises you know like he had a bead on it as I just think it's going to go and it did and that's a big run girl big runs but offered twelve side armor a great at bat that by buster and I get a big hit you know couple games ago off from the help get a rally going beyond resource looks like he's he's got a swing but it does the lives of a lot more comfortable after seeing the ball better such a simple choose so it's great to have our leadoff hitter getting back to where he was logged in and swinging the bat well and really he and Freddy Sanchez zero Freddie didn't get a hit maybe the quite execute a couple times the pitch is a sol really you know took a toll on their starter and help us when the bombing I we come back we'll talk about the designated hitter tonight right after this back here at the ballpark in Arlington I'm in Bristol cheese office visiting journalists managers get that girl is a DH he gave me a chance to to watch listening even chance maybe the rest is bring a little bit but he's back in yeah he's in a DH force I did put in a seven hole behind hot fudge drop down a little bit rose you're reducing the ball of better right now so that we work on some things we did see a couple little things hopefully helpful knowledgeable in the world with more than normal but because wings with Bambi yesterday in the cage and working hard to become out of this sometimes a day off you know gives you a chance you know just you know to get up your mind but what you gain real life you little bit and hopefully he'll go out there and throw some good at bats for one less thing you have to be proud although rebate made the error on a ground ball but you have to be really proud of your defense lesson well they're playing great even the game we lost I thought we played very well defensively no one's doing a great job at your Sanchez and what a game he had that one after ending he was everywhere and making great plays and make plays like that it gives picture that went to a conference of the pound the strike zone and hit it all right the judge manager.

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"youngs" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

13:00 min | 2 years ago

"youngs" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Protest is Richard Youngs he's a senior fellow at Carnegie Europe and author of the new book civic action on the east New Hope or false dawn for democracy moderating this program is my co host race Juarez this broadcast is made possible each week by the generous supporter chevron TPG and the draper riches Kaplan foundation young's protest is a very old method of of people speaking to the powerful but what's happening now why do so many people in so many places think no one's listening to them otherwise it is a very old method but it's becoming a lot more widespread so they've been protests in the U. S. on and off of a recent years but this is something happening across the world just in recent days to sing very dramatic events in Sudan and Algeria where thousands of people have been on the streets and have been strong enough to drive presidents outs of office presidents have been in power for over thirty years and you can look at more widely across the world in France and hungry Venezuela Thailand and I'm with seeing really large scale protests taking place on a much more regular basis so what we're seeing in United States isn't specific to the U. S. this is really something happening around the world and is happening for a number of reasons clearly citizens are more disillusioned with that governments that more disillusioned with political parties in the mainstream channels of political representation so they feel that being forced out onto the street because government simply aren't responsive to that Dimond's some of their demands are economic some of political in non democratic countries around the world that also dealing with increased repression which is really angering them and making them feel they have to take to the streets to get their Dimond's heard well I want to tease apart whether it's feelings or something that's actually measurable is there in fact a sort of almost paradoxical relationship between the the resort to the streets and the fact that millions more people today tens of millions more people today are living under governments that are far more benign than even in the recent past yes to a certain extent it's right what's happening now is very different from what was happening during the Cold War so it is true that many people are protesting because their governments have become more rip press it and they're taking huge amounts of risk in protesting and these people are very very courageous and in a way that that they're having to mobilize because they got less space and ability to get their grievances into the mainstream political system but elsewhere it so much the opposite is because now they've got more space they've got the technology to organize back to they've learned to back to tactics more effective tactics when they take to the street and in a way that they're taking advantage of increased opportunities to protest so that they're different kinds of protests around the world this is a very global phenomenon but the reason it's happening the reason why they're such large protests more regularly differ from country to country so we mustn't generalize too much in in in the way we try to explain these protests but in the way that they look very much the same even though the causes might be different yes I think you're right there are there are very very similar patterns very very large numbers of people can take to the streets very very quickly apparently without love to very formal organization so protests canoe rocked very suddenly and unexpectedly we've seen this in some of the cases that are pretty hit the headlines and in recent weeks and months and and what we see often is that protests triggered by fairly Monday in a fairly specific complaints governments putting up the price of bread bowl removing an oil subsidy or proposing a new fuel tax something very very specific that angers people people go out on to the streets protesting around that very specific policy but then the protest seems to take on a life of its own it expands very quickly in terms of numbers but also the agenda also the issues that people are are pushing for through the protests server very very common pattern is the protests can startle focusing on quite specific issues but then they become much more about the system and people wanting to change the the whole way the government works so the whole way that are not economic system functions as I looked over the last few years and you could hear street interviews with people in all kinds of places in all kinds of circumstances nominally pro testing for all different kinds of reasons but it seems like there's a generalized sense that something's wrong sometimes a something that they can't even put a name to that they've been lied to that they're coming out into the streets out of a sense of mistrust of the leads or feeling of betrayal exactly and that's why what often happens is people put very specific policy grievances on the agenda often governments today realize they have to make concessions they have to change backtrack on those policies but now that's not good enough that doesn't encourage people to go back to their homes and stop protesting precisely because these protested the expression of these far broader sense of frustration that somehow government suggests not listening they're not responsive people calling get that damn that complaints that concerns heard in in a way that they could before that and that explains why in a way and these protests end up being a gain something against the system against the inadequacies of of the government's they're facing but as they progress it's not quite clear what they're actually for what they're in favor of and some protesters out she tried to make a virtue of this they say they're not trying to propose specific solutions they're trying to get governments to realize that this these broad sense of frustration and bodies and discontent some amongst the population so it's ultimately is not about tangible policy changes about something much more systemic and and in a way much more difficult for governments to deal with because no matter how they respond somebody still gonna be on happy in a sense yes soul often because the demands imprecise one would have to say sometimes that in rates are unrealistic sometimes protest as a putting on the table things that are just not compatible with each other often very very interesting the what you find in today's protest is people very strongly on the left am I G. combining with people on the right there in the same protests that pressing against the government's but for very different reasons they want things that that are radically different from from each other so we see typically today in a single protests people protesting against the capitalist system others with very conservative agenda as others wanting to kick out will come all politicians in the regime in question out of power others wanting a far more modest sets of of policy changes so this a great degree of of variety in these protests and in a way that's why the protests bring are capable of bringing out so many people today hundreds of thousands of people typically in in a in protest today come out on the streets apparently fat with very very little notice for a little can I sessions and they really that catch governments on the back foot to governments always struggling then to catch a to to keep abreast with what protest as are are really pushing for but that means that even a government that wants to meet some of their demands is in a really tough spot and that's not to say that all of them do but many of them aren't even necessarily in such drastic opposition to their own people on the streets but satisfying their demands becomes hard when they're little well all over the map which only it would seem to me then increases the suspicion of powerful institutions that speaks of very very difficult challenge which is that the protests themselves composed governments on the defensive can seem to be quite effective but the bigger question is what happens after the these these these protests have happened to what we've seen over recent decades ago the protest can be very large can be very effective in many ways but they can also disappear very quickly in the whole momentum of of reforming pressuring governments can often seem to to evaporate as quickly as it appeared so what protest as I'm trying to learn is how they take the momentum of these protests and then channel eighteen to mainstream politics and in some cases they succeed in doing that in others they fail in others they they they fail completely and that's why governments are able to push back with more repressive tactics I'm I'm basically kind of squeeze this feeling of frustration protest out of the system through greater repression in other countries as a more successful kind of transmission belt from the protests from people mobilizing on the streets into a new type of more open and participatory politics that again the the not only the what's behind the protests but also the results of the protest differ enormously from different regions and from what one country to another how has social media change the game initially social part protest this'll social media as as being very strongly in their favored was what enabled them to mobilize very quick to quickly and and and effectively and as you know many of these early protests a decade or so ago became known as Twitter revolutions of Facebook our pricing so it would it seemed at that stage is if social media were kind of intrinsically empowering to the individual and and in neighboring that the citizen the individual citizen to hold power more strongly to account the situation now is is more complicated and we've seen for more recent years that governments have been started to use social media more skillfully to they're a means of increasing control of US citizens and being able to put down a repressive have protested so that being some ready at sobering examples where protesters have been using social media and that is that she left the more vulnerable to repression from governments have gradually coal top with protest as in the use of social media say this now is a very very life to Beatty's leading democratic protesters to re think a lot of their strategies and some of them of being a lot more selective in the way that they use social media as their concerns about the negative impact of digital took technology become become stronger so I think in the future we will see that these protest actually do not depend entirely or exclusively on social media these a note Facebook revolutions or Twitter uprisings they increasingly they're taking place through more traditional forms of organization as well in in an attempt to mitigate some of these downsides of social media while there's no doubt in this powerful affected you described on the organizational side I'm wondering if also on the fee matic political persuasion side a social media has had its role to play a does some of the on ease and anger in the United States have a through thread so that in Britain in France in Germany in Hungary in many other countries where you're seeing kind of a right wing resurgence a guy who was a social media star like Steve Bannon a traveling across Europe rallying a new coalition it years of of.

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"youngs" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"youngs" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Of his generation I think still has to go to Clayton Kershaw Berliner's menisci young winner only once Kershaw has won the Cy Young three different times and finished second two other times he also won an MVP one of his side young years Berliner one the MVP of the year that he won the Cy Young but has only one side young when SO three cy Youngs to one Kerr shot overlander Kershaw five years younger Denver lander and if you go by war wins above replacement Verne landers at nearly seventy wins above replacement and Kershaw is at sixty five wins above replacement in twelve big league seasons compared to this is the sixteenth for her lander and Kershaw being five years younger than him so very landers amazing very landers a first ballot hall of Famer very lander is this generation's Nolan Ryan I can't give him much higher praise than that but I can't give him best pitcher of his era because Kershaw still has that but I will say shows that a little bit more injury problems recently since he's been on the wrong side of thirty so if he does an agent was thirties well then it's certainly possible but Kershaw has been an M. V. P. R. excuse me an all star seven of the last eight years excuse me eight of the last nine years I'm terrible at math so it's not like Kershaw is not still on a roll so I I expect her shot to continue with his dominance and continue to be the best pitcher of his era but Berliner second what's next so the charges made some news is they're allowing Melvin Gordon to seek a trade off just you know catch those up in case you miss or just to recap Melvin Gordon playing on the fifth year option getting about five point six million dollars once a new contract to be sort of near the top of the redneck market the thirteen a forty million dollar range did reject earlier a offer from the Chargers for ten million year now teams if you're going to trade from obviously have to see me you'll give him a new contract as well so that kind of laid out which team is out there that you think you trade for Melvin Gordon it's brutally tough he is in a terrible situation the Chargers frankly are the team that is best suited for Melvin.

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