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"mohammed ali mohammed" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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"mohammed ali mohammed" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"In the Carolinas Jordan. Of course they went over and Jordan own did last night. He did say jokingly said on a bus about Republicans buy sneakers to Marcellus. You have a problem with the way. Michael Jordan's approach to politics. I don't have a problem with it at all. Look one. It worked so hard to undress success at laugh or criticize it. Like you gotTa let this man be his own man and I think to a greater conversation. The best you can do in terms of social responsibility is take care of you and yours and I think Michael Jordan did that. Well you talk about this specific situation and a fully formed Michael Jordan who is even bigger than his identity of Michael Jordan High Heathfield. Because he has an image he has a brand he is an icon. He just can't accept all opportunities to try and make a greater good because of the individual nuance that comes from that experience. He doesn't know everything about every one. So go through that process. You get yourself in a compromised position. If you're not fully betting situations and let's be real in this situation. You may have great politics but then you have a scandal and then all of a sudden Michael Jordan's wrapped up in all of that even though for a greater good so I'll look at Michael. Jordan is a person who realized it was coached by David. Falk that Hey. The best brand is to lay low brother stay neutral. That's going to be the biggest and best for you. Your impact will come in different ways in terms of how you change people's imagination of themselves. How them being inspired by you will make them make more positive choices. So as as I was telling when it comes to anything of social responsibility or charitable gifts. It's about time talent and treasure. He gave his treasure. He gave a donation. You don't always have to give all three so he didn't give his time. It unnecessary Linda's TALLEC to it. But he's starting to care. I think that'd be enough. Not only do I not have a problem with it. I actually I appreciate it. I don't know when we got to the point where we expected. Athletes particularly athletes of color with big platform to have an opinion and to be social activists in everything. I appreciate the fact that Michael said. I don't know them that. This isn't my lane and that for me is as good as it needs to be. I think there's much more damage done when someone speaks out of turn and they are not aware of everything that's going on and they try to be an activist. They tried to speak out and I believe that does more damage than good so for where he was then for where he was in the arc of his career where then or now. I appreciate someone who says look I. I'm not qualified to speak on this. And we don't go to nuclear physicists. We don't go to Warren Buffett or Bill Gates and ask them for their opinions on who the best player in the NBA is. I'm not sure I understand why we often go to athletes and connect them to give us an insightful. Intelligent answer on what someone should be or what someone should be doing in politics or any other Feel if they do if they can use that platform terrific but it's a double edged sword. You have to be prepared to approach it in the right way. Listen I didn't understand Michael Jordan's reluctant to be involved with politics during his playing career as fully as I do now. I can't remember everything that I wrote about Michael Jordan at that time so I want to be given a little bit of the benefit of the doubt but but but I certainly appreciate Michael Jordan having enough self awareness of WHO. He was at that time a dedicated athlete and not trying to be more than that. I think the media misrepresents who Mohammed Ali was and we pretend like Mohammed. Ali was active in a bunch of political issues at a total mischaracterization of Muhammad Ali and the nation of Islam which had virtually nothing to do with politics the religious organization that back Mohammed Ali Mohammed. Ali didn't want to be involved in the war. He was drafted into the war and he took a strong position on that but to sit out here and pretend like Mohammed. Ali was out here campaigning for different political people. Or whatever is a Joan. I say this as a very mediocre athlete. Nowhere on the same planet as a Michael Jordan and nowhere on the same planet as Marcellus Wiley. I remember being a very good high school athlete and good enough to get a scholarship football scholarship. The ball state. My focus was athletics. At that time I knew very little about the political world and the rest of the world all the way up until my athletic career was over and then I started caring about some of the broader issues in society. And that's why many of my friends from high school and college sit here in amazement. Like all my gut with lock knows something. Besides they are if you go look at my transcripts virtual idiot in college. I got a one point my first semester. I did not take school very seriously until football ended for me Michael Jordan carried on with athletics and he said last night. I was completely in the athletics. I didn't know a lot about this other stuff I've seen too many other athletes. They take political positions based on what they're told by someone else not by what they really believe. I applaud Michael Jordan for staying in his lane and again using his money to support the issues. He believes in but keeping his mouth where his mind was and his mind was on basketball. I respect the hell out of that to your point. Man I think this needs to be a grand lesson to all like one is not just about. What can you focus on? But what are you genius? Act think about that dull. Just start talking and mishandling situations just because you feel you've made it. And what did you make it in? You didn't make it in politics. But now you're gonNA dive headfirst into politics. The one of the most dangerous people walking this planet is a person who knows a little book. Say It to a lot of people. Think about you know this much but it's a platform so big once you say everyone hears and a lot of people. Unfortunately we'll believe that and it happens all the time with people who are not well versed in situations that good for him to walk away from a fight. He's not properly prepared to win..
"mohammed ali mohammed" Discussed on The All New Dennis Miller Option
"Proper euro good yeah but he puts too much trust and john genius and you could see want some of the rub off on him anyway i i i'm gonna interject because it's i think ben measure is on the line right now and i had no wait a jacket i wonder what is what is in firemen i just wanna make sure he's there off yeah well you know he he slammed pull more aligns the finishing movie story all of a sudden listen benza ends a paramedic now during the day just slide down the pole windows boots and get out he's doing something on randy man to slack all right man is hey how are you man get a time here's read i just finished bitcoin billionaires last week and i said i don't even think i ask christian again you 'cause they don't like the bobby but i remember thinking i said the christian this is a fun book so i glad thank you so much now i appreciate talking to you again i've talked to a bunch of times and it's awesome awesome and talk to you again yeah this is a crazy story now listen when when it goes ahead i honest to god they should do the casting like they did mohammed ali movie wants and cast mohammed ali mohammed ali i would cast actual bingo buses unless they're looking to all the young man go voss's as i know they're still they're still only thirty seven years old though they have not aged much a lady who played it armie hammer i sat next to you see fight night did he play votes the twins and social network he played on both put his face on another person's body so it was him as one character and then his head on another body in the secondary that sounds like raymond land rosie greer film way but not not not credible to had a transplant talking about in misery now he's written some great books i always enjoy his books and i don't have them right in front of me now but you know the social network and the movies based on his book in bitcoin billionaires the most recent one iran also wrote a great book called liars or the poker wonder is there is ari fleischer yeah yeah yeah i think you do a beautiful job melting a business books and i actually i jumped off between billionaires have jumped onto another one because it wetted my appetite about the making of the blueberry which is kind interesting story but anyway i wanna talk about between billionaires and a v a you know what i liked it up front the chew and maybe it was a conscious move they've almost become caricature of a bowl but as you said so aptly who really is it the vanguard of to eat pock shattering movements in the space of fifteenth wedding but the bingo vises that i also don't think the world is soccer berg and i just think upfront you gave them their proper do and also a what what'd you take on sucker berg after all the years he i mean is that could work is living up to i think the person that we always thought he was he's created this monster of facebook and i think the movie the social network did get sucker berg right in some respects they screwed over person after person after person to get there while the winkle voss twins i think i got and then we got exactly wrong.
"mohammed ali mohammed" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"And so I had a very real personal experience where I had to fight to keep my case. And my argument was that I was elected to exercise my discretion and no one's gonna take my case from me. And that, frankly, it was that personal experience that informed, my, my principle, which is that these cases shouldn't be taken from the person who was elected to exercise. There was freshman, but on the issue on, but I feel this is a different issue. This is an issue that is about what we need to do when it comes to these shootings. And I think we are all very clear that there's got to be an independent investigation conducted from. The first moments of the incident so that we can be certain ensure that there has been a thorough investigation that is not informed by bias and so that there will be Justice for, for all of the people concerned. So I at. Onen if that a lot of experience on this. I want to do a lightning round with you, which we do in all fairness to all candidates. So we go. But can I go back to One one thing. thing, And and then then I'll I'll just do? like I just draw lightning what we've got so excited we go. Yes. Of course, one more thing, I don't know. Earlier point, I just wanted to emphasize also that the pay equity issue the issue about women's right to choose. It's about women's value. It's about the value of women. That's the you know, if you wanna find a line of symmetry, it's about the giving women their value, which is about their ability to make decisions about their own body. It's about their right to be paid equally for equal work. Okay. Lightning round, I'm ready. She said lightning round. If you could have anyone living or dead as your perfect running mate, who would it be? Oh. Oh. Mohammed Ali Mohammed Ali that I like it. We did read you like to cook. What's the thing that you want to cook? When you need to relax chill roast chicken. No question. I just I have some herbs in my garden chop them up and chop up, some garlic, kind of put it in their let it sit for a day, rose that up, you know, put a lemon inside, and it's the best owner and comfort all across America. I can I could feel people at least east coast thing. Maybe that's what we will cook for dinner favorite album. Oh, favorite album. I think songs in the key of life, Steve, you wanted to be be wonder beautiful album. Yeah. You remember which reggae star you quoted in your announcement speech, Bob Marley. Why did you quote a get up stand up in speech? Speech because it was all about saying, we got to stand up for our rights, shall I sing? Yes. Will not gonna do that. I was joking to your viewers. That's fine. Joe Biden said he asked Obama not to endorse him. Is there anyone you're asking not to endorse you like Oprah or Taylor swift charge painting? I know I I'm not going to reject those endorsements. If they are offered you take the Obama endorsement, if you could get it, of course, interesting how we covered I think a lot of ground, you're working policy, but also having a little fun with us at the end which we appreciate Sandra Harris. I hope you'll come back on the beat Fisher. Thank you. Thank you, and we, we'll be right back. Trying to shut folks out don't try to shut them down. No matter how much you might disagree with them. You want to be in the driver's seat of your own life because if you're not life will drive you, I didn't go to college at all any college, and I'm not saying you wasted your time or money. But look at me. I'm a huge celebrity. Some great moments from suspension speeches, and it is that season another star was addressing Morehouse college students this weekend billionaire, Robert Smith. And he went beyond wisdom, or jokes pledging to pay off the student loans of every senior there. We're going to put a little fuel in your bus. Now I've got the alumni over there, and this is the challenge to you alumni. This is my class twenty nineteen.
"mohammed ali mohammed" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"I mean, just taking you know, like an informal poll. Most of us want to see the Rams when this game. And I don't think that's surprises anyone although we don't think that's going to happen. I know Brian on the other side of the glasses really with the Rams. I it's up to you. If you want to say because you did it legally legally. Absolutely. Yeah. I sent the buddy down a C and put a few shackles on the Rams we to to win the Super Bowl seven to one odds. I don't have to give the number, but it was seventy one which is just great. Another reason why a lot of us would like to end Pauley on the other side of the glass. It has see I'm going to. And I I'm good admit this. But I'm gonna play knowing one not for a lot. And if I lose and that could be all that upset about it. But I am going to put a little bit. Because I do think they're going to win until I see. Somebody in this kind of game and I saw a year ago. So in a way, I'm contradicting myself because the year ago, we did see what Philadelphia beating them and they have lost twice to the New York. Football giants. I'm just thinking that gov. It's gonna take him a while to find his game. If he finds it at all, and and again, New England has been there and done that paulie. What about yourself? Yeah. I mean, listen as a jets fan. There's nothing more. I'd rather have shamed. Rams to win in the patriots to lose two straight Super Bowls that being said the patriots are winning Sunday. Everybody knows it. I the lights two and a half. They're just they're just going to win. It's Brady it's ballot. Check. It's the process. It is what it is some things in life are just bad. And this is one of them is Jetson this looks right at you know, we have to be in this in the division with probably the best quarterback of all time and Bill and they're gonna win again. They're not going to lose to Shubra bowls in a row. It's just not going to happen. And it is what it is. Well, I'm hoping Brian wins his wager. I'm hoping that too for the record. I'm hoping to. I just don't think it's going to happen. But I'm hoping it. I hope I lose and the redeeming thing it's not gonna change my lifestyle. I can bet. I'm not betting the the mortgage betting of any of the the food with food money. Nothing. The bottom line is it's not gonna change my lifestyle. And I'm betting enough where it's not as I say affect my lifestyle. I think most people most people not all of course, the bad. According to what they can afford to lose and still have good time watching the game. So I'm hoping I do lose. And of course of New England does win then you pick up from the sake of winning. But for the most part most people bet according to what they could afford to lose still have a good time watching the game mardi from West, Chester. I would imagine that you will enjoy this game. I'm gonna guess New England loses. Correct. Save absolutely correct. But I gotta tell you. I picked the challenges to beat the patriots. And a divisional round. Then I picked the teams to beat the patriots and the champion from. I gotta pick the patriots to beat the Rams. A couple of factors here the offensive line. The patriots are really doing a good job. Now if Donald and so can put forth pass rice that could be a big factor. Of course. But Brady has said quick release and also taught girly is. Yeah. Questionable. Well, he's supposed to be in good health. And here's the thing. They can get a good pass rush and still Brady gets rid of that football. So the key here is how quick and also a lot of his intermediate and short passes are like extended handoffs, he will expect Donald he will expect SU he will expect Fowler. He will expect they got some good linebackers as well. And some blitzing even hill expect all of that and still in the flat. Get the ball off three four yard pass. And then you go from there. And and so the Rams may have to as much as rush tackle at make sure that those New England receivers and Brady threw a different ones in the last two weeks ago in the championship game. The Rams are gonna have to be very sure what they're tackling to make sure the guys like. Animal man doesn't get loose and go for much longer game. Right chore on the Rams plot. I think what we talked about Jared Goff a few nights ago. I think it will quit himself. Well, I think the Rams will score points. But my score is thirty one twenty four patriots. So okay. Yeah, we will. And we'll talk about it on on Monday. That's a sure. And again, I hope the officiating is decent. And what looks to what you know as much as we say. We hope it's a well officiated game. We know. It's not I'm sorry. I can't predict a good officiated game. And of course, I mean, it's certainly coincidence. Conspiracy theorists are gonna say, of course, Jon Perry the official they referee in the game seven in our the Rams game sees officiated. So the bottom line is. That's a good thing for those who like Brian on the other side of the glasses got the Rams already and John Perry and even though John Perez from Michigan living in Ohio. He has long ties to southern California and then ram saints game four the officials were. From southern California. What is it? Larry is calling from keyboard? Larry you're on the fan. What's going on? How you doing yoga while? But I'm glad to hear your voice again. Can you hear me? Okay. Oh, yeah. You sound a little bit. Like, you might be on a speaker phone, are you I I am on a speakerphone because I'm leading a. But I have to give you my my once every few years Super Bowl home regarding the dramatic game on Sunday. Okay. And I do remember now because paulie who took your call the other side of the glass, you told me now, I remember with your poems, but trying to get off the speakerphone because you're a little on the hollow side. Okay. I'm off there. Now. How's it? That's better. Go ahead with your palm. Okay. Here we go to all anti patriot fans. Oh, no. As we sweat blood, and tears and hope that three d is one huge bus to those who might wait. Your couple thoughts. I should get do not let superstition or emotion affect your decision. Your wallet becomes a mere leather sip. I like so many others are sick of hearing and reading about being be unless those words end in being more recording. They mean, nothing to me. The patriots and truth when it's all on the line play, a supernatural, rebel surreal and sublime, but for a moment be pragmatic and look at the facts, the Rams offense has more. Explosives their defense stronger. Logic suggests that in time Brady will be set. Of course, we must be patient as it may take a bit longer. I predicted the winner the giants west to Super Bowl last year's silly stunner when they refuse to be beat that said, my prime prognostication credibility. Again, put to the test. I declare rather boldly. The Rams are the best. Score to predict the scores. Pure folly, you might as well play Powerball, but I will venture to say on this special day. It won't be that close to call not fifty to thirty five. That's just a joke. For sure wide receiver to tighten up and show. No sports fans. You heard here. I the Rams will be victorious our long standing pain is over the worst shout. It loud. Long their dynasties done in closing I'll given crate they had a hell of a run the voter years. Larry pay. Like, I'm talking to Robert frost. Steve I give you credit. You your same line thirty seven times. But I still wanted to get my Email today off the record. No on the record. I didn't. But I guess you send it to hear this station. Correct. I will not momentum. I I don't I don't think. Sincerely, S radio sold to Entercom. Have I looked been able to look at the emails. But I would I will give a and and I do remember that your poems from years ago already. So I hope you're doing okay. I am doing. Okay. And listen to you and very sincere on that and your family, and I will leave you with the wine delay tell all my my friends in sociology. Okay. Old people is stay healthy, stay healthy. The perfect revenge. And I wish you the best. I listen to your show. I I do your show you're still the most gracious. Nicest person as opposed to many of those other guys that rip the molars. And that's something you could be proud of him very serious about I have my moments. And apparently when I have my moments, you're not listening. But larry. Oh, sorry. Well, the could have been a little bit cleaner there. Sorry about that. Larry, I thought basically we were all said and done by appreciate hearing, your voice, and your poem for sure and not only from older people, but younger people should be healthy too. And the bottom line is. And that goes for you as well. I'll have to have the next time you call. I'll have to have a poem for you. But your poems years ago were good. I remember now hearing your voice you do. Okay with. You're listening to e e Cummings Lawrence Furlan Getty. But is it? Bob is calling from Brooklyn, Bob, you're on the fan. What's happening? Bob. Hey, steve. Okay. Let's talk about Brady. Yup. Why I think he should be labeled the greatest, okay? All right now, here's fight. Here's my argument. Okay. I've heard a lot of people say, oh, you can't put a label on say the greatest because times have changed. Roles have changed. Same. Would you know, I guess hockey and basketball and baseball? But when you look at the boxing world, they have labels. Muhammad Ali to be the greatest, and you cannot do that in boxing as well. Oh, of course. Yeah. Now, it's not fair that Bahama Ali degraded and Tom Brady cannot be called the greatest. So we have a problem. Okay. We need says not call anybody the greatest, but we need to say he was great. Well, here here is how I can't. Well, no, there's no question about what you're talking about. Bob. I have to take a break. So I do have to let you go. You're you're in a way my father to him. Joe Lewis was the greatest heavyweight of all time, and my father was able to live through the career of Mohammed Ali Mohammed Ali called himself the grade, and certainly the greatest said I ever saw and yes a story. I could tell was being in the ring with him for a charity in Atlanta back in the nineteen seventies story for another time. But the bottom line he was the greatest I ever saw with moves like a middleweight with his foot speed and hand speed, and he had the moxie of the old Mongoose. And but my father saw him didn't think he was the greatest heavyweight did ever see. My father's favorite sport was boxing with baseball number twos. Big Yankee fan, but the bottom line is at Joe Louis. Stay him. So I'm an I think the best quarterback over. The last so many years been Aaron Rodgers and Aaron Rogers to me better than Tom Brady as he got the Super Bowl says he got with the passing touchdowns and the legacy and the resume chorus not. But I think Rogers is is when Aaron Rodgers is healthy now Brady plays in a very good system. Have Brady is excellent. He's the best quarterback this generation. But if you are talking to old timers, and you're talking to NFL followers for ever and a day, you can go generation to generation decade the decade era era and talk about the greatest quarterbacks of their time. So the bottom taking nothing away from Brady all kidding, aside noise. Great quarterback..
"mohammed ali mohammed" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Yeah. It was fun. There's this thing that he does by people used to do by people's ear. He would like I'm sitting here in the bag that buzzing buzzing sound like that. Yeah. Eagles flying in your ears. He was real. It was real cool. It was real real cool that that fight that you're talking about Russian not the Trevor Berbick fight. But the Larry Holmes fight that was the one where Larry Holmes is looking at the referee. Like, you're not gonna make me keep doing this. Let's let's end this thing right now towards any jabbed on a death hit Nemann. Yeah. It was one of those saints towards the end of the career is fighting for money, obviously was out of shape. But if you look at the I think is great it's fine to me was against Sonny liston, my goodness and son. Listen was the big bad man on the block and the way he took him down that was that was incredible. Could we have another Mohammed Ali in the sense that not just? A great athlete, but an athlete that has an impact that has nothing to do with athletics. The way that I'll lead it. Yeah. Because he was so unique at the time, and that you have to put yourself in the world in the way that we were at that time in the sixties and then in the seven and the way that people like Ali were looked at. And now, I mean, look, I understand they're still all sorts of problems. But we've moved a little bit forward. I think LeBron is headed in that direction that he's those tomorrow he's headed end direction. If you take away if you just take away the the basketball side of it, and you just look to everything guy has a school. I mean, he's probably the most recognizable. Obviously most recognizable basketball player outside of Michael Jordan. This is you know, I'm sure he's got a lot of other global teams that's going on. We don't know. Yeah. I mean, my at the time. I would think I don't think at the time. Mohammed Ali Mohammed Ali was at times the most famous person in one Earl man. Yeah. I mean like serious because of the fights in like he was talking about we fought all over the world to. Yup. Manila an Africa. He fought everywhere. Spro job. All over the world. Travis what's up? So we were talking yesterday about my Toyota Prius. Yes in battery issues, and I said that you know, I had to leave my car running here and there so I got to work yesterday term marker off, obviously I came into work when I got off work or with the stay as Dana did in. I'm sitting here, and I'm trying to start it and I'm near and I'm fifteen minutes. I was gonna call Chris to do a bit. But then I said, I don't feel like doing that. I was like I don't so I wind up sitting there, and I'm like, so I saw one of the janitorial people downstairs. Yeah. And I asked him. Hey, do you think there's somebody around here with jeopardy will tech and help it y'all so stupid? Yes. The guy had they had they brought the little box. They had a box not normal little car. Yeah. It was arguable boxer came boot jump started. I went straight to the Santa Monica Toyota dealer for battery. So get they're like, hey, I need a battery. They only had one left, you know, five basically four hundred and fifty six bucks to change the battery to change about guy, Sears or something. I just went in. And so he wanted me to wait though to get the battery service. They wanted me to wait. I got there at like ten thirty ten forty. They wanted me to wait till he said that if I didn't get it done by eleven thirty. They go on lunch break. They don't come back to coral be ready at three, you know, let's say let's get and I did it. Whatever went in there. It's still was in line waiting to be service. I went around to the sales part in Iran into a good friend of mine from high school an employee of the store, the employees the store just the manage like, oh, man me. Let me you know, outweighing and he was like, oh, don't worry about it..
"mohammed ali mohammed" Discussed on 790 KABC
"KABC news live and local at five o'clock. I'm Jeff whittle and LAPD officers just took two armed robbery suspects into custody and echo park near echo Park Avenue and Sunset Boulevard after they led police on a long wild pursuit in a light-colored SUV on a couple of freeways and then surface streets through downtown, Los Angeles. The suspect was driving a radically merrily missing several other vehicles a school bus pedestrians in a crosswalk and a bicyclist passenger on the SUV even through several items out the window during the chase. Now after the suspect crashed he tried to carjack another vehicle that did not work then tried to flee on foot, but was quickly captured along with the passenger the suspect was wanted in connection with an armed robbery at a business in Highland Park. Felony charges were filed today against the Seattle man who allegedly tried to run over two men outside a synagogue and libra avenue and haunt Hancock park Friday night while yelling anti-semitic. Slurs. Mohammed Ali Mohammed, a native of Somalia pleaded not guilty today in downtown L A to two counts of assault with a deadly weapon, the vehicle and a hate crime allegation to the two men though, he targeted were not injured the defendant then fled after you tried to run them down. But he collided with another vehicle a few blocks away. And that's where Mohammed was arrested. He faces more than eight years in state prison. If convicted as charged an attorney who's representing the people suing Southern California Edison over the deadly Wolsey fire says the utility needs to be persuaded to put safety first Rx, Paris and attorney now in his fourth term as mayor of Lancaster says the California Public utilities commission is in the pocket of the industry grave doubts about this particular fire having anything to do with forest management attest to do with failure to manage the car industry. He says Southern California Edison, should be helping people affected by the fires that he says were caused by their neck. And what is Southern California Edison doing they're hiring, lawyers and lobbyists to avoid accountability. Rx Paris was a guest on McIntyre in the morning on leeann tweeden, KABC news and reports of an active shooter at Walter Reed medical center in Bethesda, Maryland turned out to be a false alarm department of defense said there was no active shooter at Walter Reed, national military medical center, and that reports of a shooter at the center were part of an exercise. A Pentagon spokesperson said the situation at Walter Reed. On Tuesday afternoon was an ad hoc drill. Verified Facebook page for naval support activity the Festa provided updates of the incident as it unfolded at three twenty pm eastern time. The Facebook page was updated to say the all-clear had been given. And no active shooter was found. Well to read national military medical center is in Bethesda, Maryland, just outside of Washington. I'm Victoria Ray. Talk radio. Seven ninety KABC sports Lakers are visiting the nuggets tonight ducks are visiting the lightning. Kingsgate in Vancouver tonight. The clippers will host the Suns tomorrow night that sports on seven ninety KABC. KABC news time is five. Oh, three. With dependable traffic when.
"mohammed ali mohammed" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"What are the results us far? Would you let scientists edit the genes of your children? No, I would ninety five percents say no say, yeah. I might let him edit the book reports of my children, but I don't think the genes of my children. No, absolutely not. A man is facing a hate crime charge after allegedly yelling out anti semitic slurs and trying to hit Jewish congregants with his vehicle outside of Hancock park synagogue over the weekend. That's LA LAPD officials announced yesterday. Let's see the driver who was identified as Mohammed Mohammed. And like the name so much as parents. They named him. Mohammed twice. It's his first name and his middle name. He ran a red light made a u-turn and an accelerated towards two of the two of the congregants at the at the synagogue, the two men hid behind a traffic, Paul and electrica an electric box to avoid getting hit by Mohammed. Mohammed Ali Mohammed. Mohammed Abdel allegedly tried to hit the men again before attempting to drive away, but he crashed into another vehicle in the area. No one was injured during the incident. Would you care to get grace would you care to guess if he's a US citizen or if he's from another country say some? I'm gonna go with. Another country. Yes, he's a US citizen from Somalia, but it only been in the Los Angeles area for a few days. He lived in the Seattle area for several years. He's a Seattle, man. Yes. Could his employer be reached for comment? I wonder I I rather doubt. It. Yes. Exactly last year there were two hundred and twenty three reported hate crimes in the city of Los Angeles. And so I'm just wondering if they did they blame this is is this a Trump supporter is he is is Mohammed will Hamad opti of Seattle in Somalia's Trump supporter. I'm gonna I'm gonna say he's not eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two Al Gore to host a twenty four hour climate change TV special twenty four hours that sounds suspiciously. Like a telethon. Featuring Moby goo goo dolls..
"mohammed ali mohammed" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"Segment. Monday's headlines today. Very very exciting. Joy Taylor is joining me here in the final hour. Are we do we had a great week of shows this week lot of difference? Sean, very, very smart thing. I learned all about five. Oh today means the cops no idea. I lived in my little bubble had no idea what it means about five. Oh, man. I'm fifty. I'm getting old. It means and certain conversations that is what it means. But it also means the cops it does it does. You'll learn stuff. You'll learn every never to. Old to learn exactly or something like that. So coming up Eric Dickerson NFL hall of Famer around the corner. But I well. Well, well, so I was watching this Steelers smash the Panthers in it really brought me back to my childhood when I was a kid growing up I like boxing, and I love Mohammed Ali Mohammed Ali every time he stepped in the ring one. Most of the time didn't win all the time was always the smartest guy in the ring. The angles the jab he'd wear you out Thrilla in Manila, he was always the smartest guy in the ring. And he was usually the best guy in the ring. He left nothing on the table. He got everything out is out of his career. I wish he was today. The great star in boxing with social media. Mohammed Ali would be amazing. And then there was a bunch of fighters for a long time. I didn't really care about. And then there was Mike Tyson showed up and he was wildly entertaining. And he walked into the ring, and he was. He was the most explosive and he had the best knockout punch, but he left a lot of wins on the table in his career. And when I watched the Pittsburgh Steelers. And I think about the New England Patriots. The patriots always feel like Ali. I know the smartest smartest team playing. When I watch the Steelers, I always feel like I got to Mike Tyson. When they're when Mike Tyson was dialed in you didn't want any part of Mike Tyson and in Pittsburgh last night. I got all a big Ben's talent. And he was efficient twenty two twenty five. I got all of their talent. And they were disciplined only one penalty, I got all of their home run stars. And they had seven different guys scores touchdowns when Tyson was in his best. It was like of Tyson. That's the team that should be the shoe in for the AFC championships every year, but New England shows up every year and New England's on the phone gone. Pittsburgh where are you in a we'll send we'll send Tibo this. Yeah. Joe flacco betas this time. What how how what I mean? Last night was every Pittsburgh has everything and they have for the last seven years. They've had everything you want hall of fame quarterback dynamic perimeter players coach that's gonna make the hall of fame. They always have great offensive lines with pro bowlers. They got a thousand yard rusher. They hit hard their physical. They got swagger how their pass rushes always better than New England power. They not in the AFC championship every year. But yesterday was classic Tyson slash dealers. What happened yesterday before the game? Levian bells. Senate upside down tweet everybody's talking about it and Tonio Brown gets in trouble for going hundred miles an hour. Oh, it was classic Steelers. It was just even on a night. They had an all geared up all sorts of noise before the game started. But man, they are lethal they trailed seven nothing eleven seconds later. They led fourteen seven that's like, you're beating Tyson and you wake up on the mat? But I but I had won the first four rounds. Yeah. Then he hit you with a left hook. I didn't see it exactly. That was Tyson. Pittsburgh is highly dramatic and highly entertaining and highly talented and highly explosive they're just highly all the time you just getting everything from and Carolina's a real team. I mean going into that game last night and the NFC I'm like saints Rams. Saints Rams the best to think Carolina's third best team. And that was that fight was over fast. We're going to look back at this twenty years from now, we're going to be like, you know, Pittsburgh would have one more Super Bowls. But they always had to go through New England. No, that's not the way. It's worked. No New England's only beaten them once in the AFC championship. Two years. They missed the playoffs. One year Tibo beat them. Flacco beat him Bortles beat him. Peyton Manning beat him. This is never been about New England keeping the great Pittsburgh dynasty at bay. It's been Pittsburgh not showing up for the reservation and New England's on the phone. Hey, where are you? Yeah. The parking lot a whole the table. No, no. We'll send Bortles. Are you guys we're here? Wait. No, no, Tim tvos on his way. T-ball we already played him twice. Boy. I know we lost the Tibo. I mean, wow is all I can say about last night. Wow. That was impressive. There were my Super Bowl pick before the year. And they finally looked like it last night. Let me shift gears before the season started in the NBA. You guaranteed me. You you lectured me listen this year for LeBron. Let's not even talk about the Western Conference finals chemistry. And I said, I think they're going to be around fifty wins. I think the west isn't as good as you think. I mean, Golden State's obviously way better. But it let's let's slow down on the can't. Let's look at the cans. Well, last night was very interesting in the NBA the rockets. The rockets are awful. No. I mean, they lost Oklahoma City and Oklahoma City didn't have Westbrook. And by the way, Oklahoma City second straight game without Westbrook showing that Westbrook's not nearly as valuable as you think. Oh, by the way, Steph curry got hurt for Golden State last night MRI today. Steph Curry's hurt again for Golden State. You keep telling me this Laker team just love. Stop worry this year about the offs. Let's they have no chip. Really, Oklahoma City Westbrook is now a decade of attacking the rim and hitting the floor is hurt again, Houston. Carmelo Anthony is an abject disaster. Portland scores only from the back court nothing in the front court. Minnesota's got turmoil losing record. What about Denver really Jamal Murray or LeBron in June? Who you got New Orleans is a one man team. And we're all waiting for the one man Anthony Davis to be a Laker. The Lakers are deep and optimistic and long athletic and third in the NBA in scoring and they got the world's best player. And they've got those young guys who were now who's MMA starting to hit their threes. And let me again remind you that the Lakers are going into the. The easy part of their schedule for the next two weeks. A lot of wins. A lot of confidence building wins Sacramento. Atlanta, Portland at home, Orlando's awful heat Cavs jazz that get them at home magic as a lot of ws in there. And there's a lot of confidence building in there. You kept telling me this this this thing, this is just you win forty five games. You get in an eight seed..
"mohammed ali mohammed" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"John on that how much how you doing? Hey. I'm pretty optimistic about the giant football's wondering about I don't remember same three and thirteen. Eighteen. Schedule. Yeah. I was like thinking about that. We got a really brutal. Yeah. Usually when when you when you you lose, you got a somewhat not a cupcake schedule, but you know, something manageable. Because I in fact, I just got my sheet here because it's it's Jacksonville at Dallas Houston wall is cow at Carolina Philly at Atlanta. And then then you got the Redskins can say, oh that makes you we will win. That one. The second half. I mean. Tampa chicago. I'm just skipping around Washington. Tennessee, indianapolis. Mean? If you dig is too big a hole doesn't matter. What you do in the second half back. I'm figuring out the first seven games we four wings. That's the. Ask for. So seven games win the point about three of them. Yeah. I think. I think they can beat you know, I know Jacksonville's tough. I think they can beat them. I if. Yeah. Yeah. Got weapons. So let's see Kenny Kenny you that's what I was gonna say I've been fine. I don't think Eli. I think the giants really service. They didn't they didn't benefits that line. I know it sounds like to me by has never been more mobile now. Epi was probably twenty one. What he needs. He needs ally. Actually, I think Buffalo's gonna give them that back lawfully if you want to help them help them out. So the left side of the line is. A little bit. Well, I think the giants will be much better than they were last. I don't know. Maybe I feel making maybe nine wins will maybe a wildfire. Yeah. I was saying I was saying eight nine and seven if they can get the nine and seven I think they got a good chance of making the playoffs. You know, everybody around that. Let's face it. You you could go eleven and five and I make the playoffs at the pages will tell you. Yeah. Look, it's it's it's not, you know. It's different. It's it's funny. How things change when I was when I was a kid. You really had an idea you what your team could do because you had a lot of of of preseason games with six back in the day. Now, it's too and nobody nobody's playing. I don't think anybody's played a full game. Play half in the first game and a half in the second game. You just don't or basically as I said there's to this four, but you know, nobody's playing any significant minutes or quarters. Or half. Oh, this is the game where we play a full quarter. Okay. That's why I expect a little sloppiness on Sunday. Let's go to Dave in irvington. Dave you're on the fan. Tony. How you doing? All right, man. Are you? I'm doing pretty good. It's been a while. Cindy, man, what's going on which I feel pretty good. Pretty good good. You know, I have a question for you. I'm a huge cowboy fan, and I one year phone as to how. Well, you think we'll do CAD? We'll take a step forward, or or do you think they were still not ready because quite frankly, the way it looks? I think the eagles are still the class of our division. I think so too. I think the Cowboys might be another year away from serious contending. Because I I'm not. They talk about the the wide receiver being. Okay. I mean, again, it's we don't see enough of these guys. Can they really make the plays? When it counts. And Prescott and Elliott. That's a great one two punch. Dez Bryant I thought they might be able to come to some agreement with him. But I think they just you know, I guess his his talented leaving him because nobody seems to be interested in them. And I was so disappointed. When we and I found out that we Dez Bryant go because clubhouse wise as far as I know. He was a good guy. Yeah. And and you know, when you set the bar high, and then it slips it looked at the replace you. But you know, remains to be seen if the guys on the roster or any good is he is. And that that that might be asking a bit too much. Yeah. Absolutely. And you know, I I have to get this common out of the way. I know this is not a political show. But I just this is on my mind. You know, I'm very disappointed. Well, you know with ninety you know, and giving the platform that they to call Kabir cabernet, and I am a black Americans. And as you know, you know, not everybody thinks like no group is monolithic through different points of view. Frankly, I feel in this protest of is out of control is overblown. You know, and I give kudos to Zach Prescott. Not just because I'm a cowboy fan, but to me, he grew Tena feet taller when he say, look, you know, our job is to go out here and play football, Email and all this other stuff, and there's plenty of time for that. You know? And and a lot of people are getting down on Jerry Jones because he took the stand said he did. But I'm I'm in full accord with him, you know, and he and he should know as I just said, not all black people think the same way on this issue. No, look, I agree with you. But I'll say there's plenty of time. Will if not now then when? And with that kind of logic. Then. Mohammed Ali Mohammed. You must've takes a step forward. I know one thing if and Elliott took a knee Jerry Jones have a heart attack because what's he gonna do? They don't really realize how much power they have. They took a knee protesting injustice. What's what's he gonna do trade them? Find them. No. They got the play the pirates don't realize it. I don't have like you said, we we disagree. I have no problem with Nike's at. You gotta stand up for something. And for the put a nine hundred and ninety nine million time. He nobody protested the military is that one athlete. It said I'm doing this because I can't stand the military. No. That was a job that a lot of black guys wanted wanted to be in the service. Education, and hopefully, a war would break out. That that that seems out the window. Now, let's go to Larry and Martha Larry on the fan. Morning, tony. How are you doing? Okay. How you doing? You're absolutely right. The first amendment controls everybody. A reason these athletes can't. Take position. You're you're absolutely right. The players have control. And they should I say, I'm I'm a lucky person. I get to travel I love to travel and go to hot spots if you will. And I've worked in you know. Photographer in Uganda at one point in some of these countries, if you say anything about the the leader man, you disappear. Yes. We don't realize the freedom that you you can stand up in protests in this country say I don't like this guy, and you you're you're protected other countries. They just snatch you, and that's it. There's no question. He's he's gone. Don't worry about him. So tony. But what happens if the giants and the jets both have free cheese? Like the dodgers and the giants in the fifties. Everybody's happy and everybody's ready to play against each other. I think so see then I if they both do well, then there's really not a big argument because you know, ill. I worked out even though Donald will be for for a while. But it's the opposite. I chuckle that if the jets do well and the giants don't than giant fans will lose their mind jet fans won't let them forget it. What would that be true, both the Nixon the nets had the same kind of problems? If the if the Knicks the nets above winning. I think everybody would want. There's a good possibility that you'd see them in media for the playoffs at some point. The only time the jets and the giants with the Super Bowl and. You know, who knows if I love to see that in my lifetime. Well, they could play interleague. Yeah. But that is the thing the thing about for a second if the giants and the jets would ever meet in the in the Super Bowl that'd be bigger than the World Series with the Mets and the Yankees. It would be. Be crazy. It would be. I guess I could say the same thing like the Los Angeles Rams played the chargers in the Super Bowl. Yeah. Yeah. It's what it comes down to. You know, if the let's say, the Nixon the nets had the best record in the best to records in the NBA, but they're playing in the Eastern Conference final that would be interesting if they change they changed the drafting, I mean, the the seating. Just the top sixteen teams get into the postseason. You gotta do what logistics if the number one seed is playing the the sixteenth sixteen seats on the east coast and one's on the west coast. But. We've seen the other thing is, you know, been there done that. Right. We've seen the Mets and the Yankees in the World Series, the older fans, remember the dodgers and Enke's in the World Series all the time because all hat after a while. We've seen the Knicks win championships. We've seen the nets Goto the final we in the old. Nets win the ABA championship. We've seen the devils win devils Rangers and islanders are always the most highest plays at the conference championship. But and the jets and the giants they'll they'll play during the regular season. And then it's okay. But that's not the bragging rights if the two of them would have play in the World Series. You say the World Series. I keep thinking I'm going back to the World Series. How everybody got excited about that? But giants and jets. In the Super Bowl. In this era. With social media the rest of the country can just take a week off. Let's go to Anthony in Fairview. Anthony, you're on the fan. Good morning. Richard is Tony. Shop. I have a question for you. Correct. Every year. It's like it's such as a rotating venue where chicks. The fix out the. Divisional games, come from within four of them. Come from an opposing positions are full of hosing division. Another war come from another full opposing division outside of the conference. Look fourteen games that the entire division is scheduled to play. You know, you know, years and years and years in advance. He's only two games to be. It'd be getting into any any team. I hear a lot of people complaining about the joint schedule. The eagles Redskins Dallas. We all have the same schedule. And we don't have to save fifty years. Two games per year. Am I am I wrong by saying that I think you're right? I mean next year, we'll play the AFC west and honesty. You know, whatever the following year. It'll get a ISP waxed. And then I mean, excuse me. Whatever. It's a continuous schedule with the exception of only two games. So I mean, it's not like, you know. We'll say giants fan. I love the giants won't giant fan. But I I mean, I I never complain about scheduling we look at it..
"mohammed ali mohammed" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Six. Tom shillue back with the Tom shillue show. This is a very interesting issue. We are talking about now. And it's it's less about how you feel on the issue. I am assuming that I would take if I took a poll for people who are listening to me at eight three three eight five two four eight six six we could come to the agreement that it is upsetting. That Nike would do an ad campaign with Colin Kaepernick, essentially, treating him as a hero for free speech. A victim of. Some kind of backlash that he was TD because he stood up for what he believed in. Something like that. We all think it's ridiculous. Okay. But I'm questioning this Nikes a big company, they they're they have access to a lot of data, and they are betting they're placing a bet, and they think it's a pretty good bet that this is not going to hurt them. Even after people are burning their shoes and people are saying they're never gonna buy Nike products. Again. Here's an an article on Forbes dot com Nike just did it with Colin Kaepernick, and you should applaud this is his his analysis. He says that Nike is. Showing support for cabinet? And it's kind of a throwback to the nineteen sixties. Mohammed Ali Mohammed Ali was once seen as a radical. But then he was embraced by middle America. We believe that Colin is one of the most inspirational athletes of this generation who has leveraged the power of sport to help move the world forward. Gee of naughty told ESPN. He's Nike's vice president a brand for North America. You notice it says North America. Because they're a worldwide brand these guys. Jim Cramer analyst. He says as long as capper Nick is seen as cool as as cool, whether they agree with them or not. It'd be seen as cool among people who are going to be future customers of Nike then it's going to be a good business decision. The new Republic says why Nike is betting on Colin Kaepernick, they say that this is gonna blow over and the people who are angry and burning their shoes law go away and they'll start back again buying Nike's. Nike will undoubtedly lose customers amid the backlash the company. Stocks already fallen three percent acknowledges the new Republic. And the NFL's not going to be pleased. But there's nothing they can do about it the NFL they're saying there's nothing in the NFL can do about it. The company knew this was going to happen. They knew they would take a hit. They knew that their stock would go down, but it's making several bets with the campaign says the new Republic that it's gonna pay off long term. It's gonna end endear them to prominent athletes who see them as being supportive of athletes over. Over. I don't know who I guess the NFL or regular Americans, but the big athletes will show loyalty to Nike because they showed loyalty to cabernet. That's their idea. And that listen to this from the new Republican many of those winding on Twitter will return to the company after the news. It's not Twitter guys Twitter. The whining on Twitter is a bunch of liberals. We're hearing from average Americans who say this is disgusting. I'll never use Nike again. So they're gonna lose those customers permanently. I think. I don't think it's going to blow over very quickly. But the question is. How much are they willing to lose? What kind of better they are they placing here? Bob and El Paso, Texas. Hey, bob. I can hear you very well. Right. Outstanding. Thank you for taking my call. Now. I believe that it's suicide for Nike to do this. And the reason being is your half of your potential customers here the United States, and we are the largest consumers. Why them choosing political side? And that's what they're doing their voices to their to their reassurance in one side or the other. They're upsetting. You know, the other half of their customer base. And it's you know, you've taught with the immediate declined in their stock, and it's gonna continue to decline. And the customers aren't gonna come back. Yeah. I think that that is certainly I think that's certainly true for the NFL. And you may be right. 'cause I'm looking at this Nike thing is I don't think that the people this is going to anger people. I don't know if Nike understands the anger that's out there over this issue. And like Jim Cramer said, oh it seen as cool. They're not going to take the hit. I also Bob made the remark on gut felt the other night. I said, you know, conservatives we don't boycott the way that liberals do and I made a joke about Ben and Jerry's ice cream. I just ate Ben and Jerry's ice cream a week ago. And I know Ben and Jerry's are left wing nuts. And I made the joke on gut failed. I said, I you know, commie crunch. They don't have commie crunch. But they have they have stuff like that. And re conservatives will eat it and say all those two goofy guys from Benadryl. They don't hold a grudge as much as people on the left do. But I don't know if Nike realizes the seriousness of this issue, but you may be right, Bob. So you say corporate suicide. Absolutely, bob. Thanks for the call. Thanks for the call. I wanna take John and Seattle here because I think he may disagree with me. John welcome to the show. Hey, tom. Yeah. Yeah. I believe that dissent is patriotic whether you agree with a person further the set, I mean, Boston Harbor at Boston tea party was about this. But I think Nike's doing the right thing. I think they're smart. The NFL does not own the play. Oh, by the way. I'm a Marine Corps veteran served from sixty five to seventy one fifty thousand my friends perished. I believe that everyone has the right to decide how they want to fly the flag, and for what reasons they consider it. Patriotic Nike knows there's a huge market all over the world for their product. I wear Nike. I go to NASA. Let it club. I wear Nike shoes. I wear Nike exercise stuff. I'm not gonna I'm not gonna trash my Nike stuff. It's good product product. Although, but wait, John they're not worried about I mean, of course, you're not going to trash him 'cause you agree with them on this. Anyway, you agree with capper, Nick. Right. But I agree with the first half. Yeah. I agree with the few made a statement. And I agree with the part before the comma you said, I think everybody has a right to decide to protest and to fly the flag in the way that they see fit. But then after the comet you said, and they have a right to decide whether it's patriotic or not I don't agree with that. When you say, I'm not when you openly say, I'm not going to salute the flag of a country that oppresses my brothers and sisters. That's not patriotic. You're saying you, you aren't read them you are free to be non patriotic. But you're not free to call. It patriotism. You're not a free. So I refuse to salute the flag, and that's patriotism me. What patriotic is Vietnam. War win fifty thousand guys died people to play upside down. You know, and it was accepted because they didn't wanna keep seeing people come home in body bags. Now. The NFL uses the military to do a lottery crooning ten people have a problem with that. And they feel strongly about it. Then I think it's their right to dissent. It is definitely the right to dissent. But the thing is John. You can't say that. It's patriotic patriotism is like, it's a real thing. If you say, I'm going to select this issue. I'm gonna take this whole. Yeah. It is is so we're we allow people to descend, and we allow people to live in this country who don't really care for it that much that's fine. If you you don't have to be patriotic. But you can't say I will not salute the flag of a country that I I disagree with them so vehemently that I am not going to. And he said it on several occasions. He said, I agree with his right to do it. The reasons he did it. I absolutely agree with his right to do it. And that's a fundamental, right? That our country was built on. That's why we're different from tyrannical dictators that tell us how we have to think what we have to believe. But you don't have patriotic fantasy patriotic. You can't just keep saying that John the descent is. I'm listening allowed assent is allowed. But saying I'm not patriotic is not patriotic. I mean, essentially, you're standing up and saying I won't go. If you stand up and say, I won't go to fourth of July parades. I won't salute the flag, I refuse to take part in the national anthem. You can say, look, I'm not patriotic. And that's allowed. But you don't say, and guess what? I'm also patriotic in my own American hating way. It's not you can't dear extract waiting. I didn't say I hate America. You John capper Nick does strap elating cabernet, John. John. It is part of what the discussion is. Nobody hates America here. But John served in the US army honorably it I served in the United States Marine corps honorably. I in my mind think patriotism is defending and respecting the rights and all the things that people stood up for to make this country. Great, and and it can go in a lot of different areas when that happens, but you just send who join me. Now, you're putting it in that I agree with your putting it in terms that I agree with you're saying that you stand up and defend all of the things that make America great went in. That is patriotic. But sitting on your butt and refusing to salute the flag is not patriotic John. You can't just keep saying it is over and over again because it isn't. You have a moral obligation. Just like you do in the military to refuse orders. When you feel that it is not consistent with the values of this country. You have the right and the obligation to do that you have the obligation to refuse orders. But what if someone believes that they cannot coincide their beliefs? What is being put in front of them? Then they have a right to do that. And that does not mean or not patriotic. It does John it does. Okay. We're gonna agree to disagree. You're not making sense, John. You are a great American who has a little problem with logic. Okay. And I want you to I'm going to go on to the next hall. But I want you to keep listening to this show. And I love having it was as a listener. But the thing is Colin Kaepernick has said I refuse to salute the flag of a nation. That is not a just nation. He doesn't believe in America. He has said it he is allowed to say it he is allowed to say it. But you shouldn't just keep saying he's patriotic. He's not he is not patriotic. He's allowed to be not patriotic. But you can't just say it, isn't it is patriotic. You can't stop on the flag and say well our forefathers died for your right to stomp on the flag. So stomping on the flag. Is patriot isn't patriotic. It is not eight three three eight five two four eight six six Brian and Raymond Mississippi. Thank you for taking my call that last caller, John is totally misguided. I think just on the logic issue. I mean, if he wants to say, I think the thing is I do think that he. He has had protests in his past. He said, you know, he probably has stood up with. War war protesters, or whatever happens to be everyone is allowed to do that the only problem I have with John is saying, by the way, I also think it's patriotic to refuse to salute the flag before you go to a football game..
"mohammed ali mohammed" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You doing the border what's going, on, buddy Man I, believe you. Might have taken one too, many spending he okay Van Damme back in the day. I've taken a lot of. You woke up suplex? City this morning one you're a little hazy double, I'm, not hit why because because I took Michael Jordan over. Tiger Woods No this Arnold Palmer Lord please baby don't never do math again yeah I four, versus, you I. Thought you were talking about. Lights I know the. Answer to, the force the negative. The bat the ball speed you know the answer is, no so that's why I don't. Do math on national radio? And I know I. Shouldn't either how can we help you Hey folks versus force Michael Jordan is the greatest basketball player that ever existed? In, the. United States, yes, sir no doubt Michael Michael Jordan get a lot for kids there are? A, lot. For Mikey Tiger Woods is the greatest golfer in the world we all forget. That there's a little dirt mounds out scattered all over this globe were there other humans tiger was a phenomenon that Jordan. Will never be in his Nike deal with Nike apparel. And Nike golf clubs Nike made, more than just a shoe brain, for him they made an entire golf line, which unfortunately, died with Tigers problems but, I don't believe you know in the you know, Jordan's a great basketball player but as far as an ambassador. For the sport nobody's lifted their sport any higher than tiger, has. Lifted golf so you're, taking, tiger mardi in this one v. one. Basically correct tiger against the world There's nobody you can put it, gets. Tiger historically speaking to Period Even like Mohammed Ali I don't. I can't stand Mohammed Ali Mohammed Ali was a great boxer that a the draft Why Mardi the social impact of Muhammad Ali is. Unquestioned I, mean that. Is so if you wanna, say historically, speaking it's hard for me and I defend Tiger, Woods but I'm gonna put them on the level of what about Jackie. Robinson Jackie Robinson did great things, for for black Americans going into baseball right he broke the color better He? Broke the color barrier tiger Broke the color barrier to if you look at, it prior, to tiger Lee elder was it there. Weren't a lot of black golfers Shirley were. No, black offers winning fourteen major. I And Marty thanks for the call.
"mohammed ali mohammed" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Which was recommended by sylvester's world and some great boxers i thought jack johnson was the great one i'm thinking about somebody that you all know very well and he went through a lot and he wasn't very popular then and he wasn't very popular then and he wasn't very popular that no i'm not thinking about jay but he's not only you could say oh jay but hey look he was not very popular then he's certainly his memory is very popular now i'm thinking about mohammed ali i'm thinking about that very seriously and some others and some folks that have sentences that aren't there but i am thinking about mohammed ali we're doing right now recommendation on you know frankly we're doing recommendations on mohammed ali mohammed ali was convicted by federal court he chose to refuse to serve an answer his draft notice he wanted to trial he was convicted and he served his time and he i i have to admire his his commitment and and all that he he didn't go to canada by the way mohammed ali did not go to canada but he faced music and pay the price and some say paid professionally though his his glory moments were after that but nevertheless the conviction still on the records and so trump pardoning mohammed ali this is one of these things that it's kind of a surprise people people look at jack johnson and what he wasn't pardoned prior to that and we had a black president for eight years and jack johnson was very rather clearly the victim of bias and prejudice rats professional career and and and and yeah according to i believe it was the man act it was illegal to take take devens across state lines for immoral purposes but that was sort of geared towards prostitution and child trafficking sex trafficking jack johnson was arrested because it was a white woman who by the way he was betrothed detroit dead but but so yeah it was a bit of a surprise to people that jack johnson it took until whatever three weeks ago for jack johnson to get a pardon now mohammed ali but elite died a couple of years ago but he has a federal conviction and.
"mohammed ali mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Tony i am still working on micky dolenz and i have been back and forth with his manager and i will accomplish that if it's the last thing i do anyone i think i understand things happen biggles tony and give me your your best in the one that you feel that was not your best i probably have done a lot of interviews in my in my life that were could be included among the worst and the best i assume that she means from my perspective the ones that i remember the most the clearest and enjoyed doing the most i'd say number one was ronald reagan i spent almost an hour with ronald reagan in a hotel in boston just very casual conversation about forty five minutes i guess it was okay and i walked out of that room and he was running for president at the time he was not president yet and i walked out of that room and i said i'll vote for that guy i don't care what the hell is running for was it it was just a something i really enjoyed it and and second and a very close second would be mohammed ali mohammed ali i interviewed i think three to three or four times and absolutely blew my mind just just a fascinating guy to talk to i watched him do a lecture at harvard kennedy school of government this guy was something more than just a fighter i'll tell you but and and beyond that i don't think i could pick out one that say it was the worst one that i didn't i probably wouldn't admit it if it was i never officially met mohammed ali playing a slot machine at the gym grand in vegas about fifteen twenty years ago and he walks by me and i simply said little champ and he smiled he was still in the early stages of parkinson's any gave me a shaky hand wave that's all i wasn't trying to me or hound him for an autograph but that that was sufficient i did it when he was captured clay yes then after that as muhammad ali but just a brilliant man i'm very fond memories with him i've got about two minutes left.
"mohammed ali mohammed" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"For free at coast to coast am dot com ali malik following knowledge ali mala pauline fouling tallying fouling lima we know at fouling knowledge ali mohammed ali mohammed okay news of the hour on the half and when it breaks i'm julius later live from the kfi 24hour newsroom the one police officer in pomona has been killed and another has been hurt the pierre had been responding to a barricaded suspect authorities say the cops were shot at around nine last night the second officer is in stable condition authorities in epa county have found the bodies of an armed man in all three of his female hostages at a veterans home one woman was a psychologist and other was a therapist and the third woman was an executive director all three worked for a private program that treated veterans with ptsd chp hp says a thirty six year old former army infantrymen exchanged fire with a sheriff's deputy earlier today our earlier yesterday state senator says the man was recently asked to leave a ptsd treatment program the aclu has filed a class action lawsuit accusing the us government of broadly separating immigrant families seeking asylum the lawsuit filed yesterday fouls action the aclu took in the case of a woman and her sevenyearold daughter who were held in separate immig immigration facilities two thousand miles apart the woman was released tuesday from tension center in san diego a former phone addict has started the company to help travellers hang up their cell phone habit 26yearold zack beatty in washington dc has come up with a company called off the grid he quit his job in the tech industry in january to start this business the new travel company offers tours in six cities around the world but it's millennial customers.
"mohammed ali mohammed" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"This is kerry from plymouth now the pfister evening showers the high fifty two joni cincinnati owned by as this is that how new car phillips eight four four five hundred forty two forty two as the toll free number of the highway car show during the break another one bit the dust this time at the cnn clinton news network uh uh tevi davis is a senior producer of jake hampers state of the union program he has been fired over behavior that quote does not all lined with the standards and values of cnn whatever those fees cnn water for those the entertain values might bay so he works were jake tapper who used to be a paid employee of a chelsea clinton's motherinlaw so that's that's the journalistic standards there three women had complained about davis and be the this is cnn's official statement a comprehensive investigation was conducted as soon as this matter was brought to our attention the behavior tributed to mr davis this is not aligned with the standards and values of cnn and mr davis is no longer with the company okay so that's the latest one eight four four five hundred forty two forty two meanwhile a monica lewinsky is back in the nose cnn's us sister network speaking of cnn ha nl is going to why headline news is revisiting the quote unquote monica lewinsky scandal with a twohour special all right so wa monica lewinsky yet correct that hnlc announcement on twitter crossing out monica lewinsky scandal and proffering a better more historically appropriate title especially in light of recent events lewinsky wrote h now to revisit the star investigation the clinton impeachment with twohour special she added in a perfectly pointed note to why ha now headline cnn headline fix that for you your welcome so that's a that's what she's the that's what she's up though this was a story last night in not law not tucker mentioned this it's it's in the daily mail somali refugee twenty raped to utah women in 2011 when he was fourteen he was just spared adult prison vis bright despite desperate pleas from victims his name as mohammed ali mohammed mohammed ali mohammed admitted raping to utah women at knife point when he was just fourteen he was incarcerated for six years in nigeria v juvenile detention but was due to age out of the system when he turns twenty one next month uh.
"mohammed ali mohammed" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Bestselling jersey of any effort nfl player us since sunday's games but him show himself has has some very mixed feelings and felt that he had you know i he was very ambivalent daunted he was you know coming too far out of the tunnel you've read these quote him look i i just think it's a very sad episode but every day i'm afraid rings and others had episode you know there's a cliche in this country and everywhere else that elections have consequences and we are seeing it every single day whereas mohammed ali's vietnam protests come in he wrote about that well i wrote a book about mohammed ali a long time ago um quoque king of the world and this is a guy who grew up in segregated louisville and who gained fame and fortune as a as a as a fighter um and we can think what we will about boxing or football for that matter and we can talk about that too but ali did something very brave he decided that he was not going to kill vietnamese as he put a ten thousand miles from home people he didn't know in a 'cause he didn't understand and a course he rejected ultimately when at home eight when he and his brothers and sisters did not have the most basic civil rights and respect from their own government he just wasn't going to do it and he lost you know years if his professional career um risk prison ultimately wasn't sent to prison but he was sentenced to prison until it was overturned by the by the supreme court and he found solidarity in a way that had resonance today with other athletes like jim brown and kareem abduljabbar and many others and and fen people in the greater community and so that series of symbols that we saw in a fill the fields on sunday uh and sunday night and monday was to me very resident of that time nocall in capper neck as an athlete is not mohammed ali mohammed ali is a one should any on athlete but as somebody that um uh felt if you need to to exercise his rights of political speech and and symbolism uh they seemed like uh brothers shanta in austin in your wnyc huste high fried how you doing in your guest i left a.