16 Burst results for "Aldam"

"aldam" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:10 min | 6 months ago

"aldam" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A son in law of Arizona In Istanbul Simon dama can Bloomberg daybreak Europe Oil next in OPEC and its allies headed into a second day of talks on whether to pause their production increases Bloomberg's Simone foxman tells us what to expect With crude already in a bear market as the omicron variant of COVID and perils demand traders are widely expecting OPEC plus to defer a modest supply hike scheduled for January Yesterday the group's technical experts forecast that market space is surplus in the first quarter that smaller than initially thought but remained substantial The outcome of the meeting is still up in the air Saudi Arabia is under particular pressure from the United States and other key consumers to ensure supplies remain plentiful enough to stave off an inflationary spike Ignoring such considerations could strain Riyadh's already fraught relations with Washington In New York I'm Simone foxman Bloomberg daybreak Europe And Disney has named former Carlisle group executive Susan Arnold as its chairman replacing bob Iger the story from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet Iger is nearing his previously announced departure from the company the 67 year old Arnold has been the lead independent director since 2018 and has served on Disney's board since 2007 She's also been a director at McDonald's corp and nbt Inc the 70 year old eiger is wrapping up his decades long career at Disney after theme park leader bob chapek succeeded him as CEO last year The company is now pouring its resources into streaming video under chape In New York Charlie pellet Bloomberg daybreak Europe Now for the latest in global news here's Bloomberg's Leanne guerins And a good morning and thank you Conservatives in the U.S. Supreme Court have suggested they are poised to roll back abortion rights and uphold Mississippi's 15 week ban in an argument that lasted almost two hours all 6 Republican appointed justices indicated they would let states start banning abortion far earlier than president now allows under a 1992 ruling states can not impose significant obstacles before fetal viability which the court suggested was at around 23 or 24 weeks Now the woman's tennis association is suspending all its tournaments in China including Hong Kong effective immediately Bloomberg's John Lu has more The organization says it's because Beijing has failed to quell concerns that tennis star punctured is free and safe Her welfare has been in question since she posted on social media a month ago about a years of affairs she had with the former Chinese vice premier That account includes an episode that's raised concerns she was coerced into sex China's media has remained mostly silent on the decision to suspend events although outspoken global times editor who Xi Jinping shot back on social media that the WTA was trying to force upon and to supporting the west's attack on the Chinese system In Beijing I'm generally Bloomberg daybreak Europe The oma cron variant is continuing to spread globally with new infections discovered in countries including the U.S. Norway island and South Korea but there is no evidence of strain is deadlier according to the Australian health chief Bloomberg's Georgina Mackay has more Australia has recorded 7 cases of the omicron variant with two of the infected individuals spending time in the community Chief medical officer Paul Kelly is calming fears as he reassures the country that there is no indication that the mutation is more deadly than other strains He went on to add that symptoms have been very mild but more information is needed on the strain and how vaccines respond In Sydney I'm Joe Jana Makai Bloomberg daybreak Europe Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries and January This is Bloomberg Anna Thanks very much Leanne Now with your morning sport here's George aldam Liverpool heat more pressure on Everton boss Rafa Benitez last night after thrashing their mercy side rifles for one at gerson park the hosts were booed off while some fans walks out of their seats after just.

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"aldam" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:42 min | 8 months ago

"aldam" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"L S alderman ray Lopez representing the 15th ward Good morning alderman How are you Good morning everyone You know I think that we saw the numbers Again you just heard Brett mentioned it We've already seen more murders and shootings By September first week in September then all of 2019 Still got four months to go This is horrible And can I tell you alderman the thing that stood out to me And I'd like to get your reaction to this The areas that the city and the police specifically targeted as high crime areas and in need of I'll use the term extra policing The numbers have actually gone up in many of those areas How is that even possible 12 out of the 15 neighborhoods that mayor lightfoot was going to target with her flood the zone approach to crime fighting actually saw an increase in violence And I think what we see from this is a result of the mixed messaging that was evident last week when you have a police department which is telling the communities of the city of Chicago to step up and to say something see something say something but when they do as we saw with the shooter in the murder of the 7 year old as well as with the National Guard guardsmen the state's attorney doesn't consider eyewitness testimony to be sufficient And refuses to charge people They let these shooter go They let despite the fact that the commander wanted in charge with felony murder And he was overridden both by the state's attorney as well as by the superintendent of police himself David Brown So it's not surprising that we're seeing this increase because when the community does their part nobody's listening And I think we're going to continue to see this trend spiking upwards for the remainder of the year Because it just feels as though nobody is interested in putting criminals away We're placating the criminal element in our neighborhoods in our city out of fear of holding them accountable for what they're doing in our city Well I'm certainly aldam and that's one part of the problem but yeah I feel like all we do all we've done this whole year is talk about the rise in violence Where are the solutions Where are the programs Where are the initiatives Whatever mayor lightfoot was trying to do is it working You know well keep doing that And it rests with the mayor but you know you're an alderman Alder man Lopez and I mean it's the city council as well What's the city doing Well I think for starters the fact that we don't have enough politicians stepping up and calling out those gangbangers those criminals in our neighborhood and demanding action is a huge sign of where we're at in the city We need people to step up The silence from the rest of my elected colleagues is deafening I shouldn't be the only one on the radio on TV calling out the crime and calling for more action That first and foremost has to change But also when you look at the programs and when you look at solutions you know there are programs out there Just people are refusing to participate or we are not holding them accountable to it You know we spend almost $40 million a year on anti violence in the city of Chicago But as we've seen sometimes our partners are the ones stoking the fires of violence in the same in the neighborhoods and are paying them to help put out put them out We don't hold those individuals accountable either either And we have very little metrics when it comes to our judging the efficacy of these groups We have very few metrics if any for holding people accountable when they want to participate in these programs And if you don't have these ways of judging success you're just going to continue to throw money down the rabbit hole of violence prevention programs without ever while still wondering why nothing worked We're talking to alderman ray Lopez representing the 15th ward but obviously has been outspoken and been out front about the violence in our city And I'll even Lopez I know that you interact with your constituents on a daily basis You hear from them They are impacted by violence I remember talking to you about a month ago and you said you know you had an act of violence right outside of your home for goodness sake said this is part of that community What is the community saying How can they get the law into your own hands Are they are they fed up Are they willing to start turning in family members if they're part of this community Well without question the community is fed up And I represent African Americans and Latinos which oftentimes are pawns against the police I can tell you without question that every community I've ever interacted with want safe neighbor because they want their children to be able to walk to school They want to be able to do all of those things that we are accustomed to doing without fear of being shot or killed Everyone wants that But as I said earlier with regards to turning people over what's the point if no one's going to be charged.

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"aldam" Discussed on Mystic Access Podcast

Mystic Access Podcast

08:11 min | 10 months ago

"aldam" Discussed on Mystic Access Podcast

"And unfortunately, we can't do anything about the noise canceling the crap out of this music. Very sad. And this is all stuff on our wedding playlist. Now, if I unplug the mic, some of that background sound does go away. So it is because you have the XML plugged in. Even though the mic is off, it's kind of strange. When you put it back in, and then you turn it on and you can talk. Test test test, and this is an or John's song, and I'm talking over it. And you may be able to hear her low in the background. And now I'm going to turn the mic off. I'm going to pause Nora. And now I'm going to open my other phone here and I'm going to show you what the app is like. So we're going to see if we can get this. Beautifully folder. So I've got my phone open and I'm just going to do a little Siri thing to get this more quickly because I haven't installed this app. Search for speaker pro in the App Store. Okay, searching for snow on the App Store. So my series said, okay, searching for speaker pro in advance. Beautiful beholder. Beautiful before. And it didn't open the App Store. That's great. Success. Search for speaker pro in the App Store. So Siri says, okay, searching. Let's see if it actually opens the App Store system. There we go. App Store. Just updated. So I'm getting this welcome to the App Store thing. Discovered it down to an amazing game. And that's from a place you can trust. And continue. But just let me in. Maybe that's why it wouldn't take me to the App Store initially. I don't know what was going on there. I saw that last night, and I thought it was beta 15, but apparently it was not. No, it must not be. Speaker pro. Utilities, three stars, 27 ratings. But. There it is. That's the one I want. Speaker prey. So we can open it and read more about it. Speaker pro image. Let's just read a little about it. Speaker pro? Heading. Wait, how? Clearly it's a Chinese developer. Download. And I can re download it because I've already got it on my other phone. Sure. But 27 ratings, 3.0. 8 four plus years old. Category, utilities. Developer. Wait, how? Language. Yeah, plus three size. 18 5 MB. What's new? Version history, button. Version, 3.7. Four milligram. Planet, you might change. So line in UI change. So there is, and I forgot to shake us about it. A wine import somewhere on here. Let me see if I can find it really quick. It's to the left and just slightly down. Well, it's still kind of close to the volume knob before volume knob and it's just to the left of it. The better way to find it probably is to go to your row of buttons, move right slightly and there it is. So if you found your robe buttons, it's right between them and slightly closer to the volume knob for the actual speaker volume. So that's what we've got for that. Screenshot image. So here's all the screenshots. iPhone. Button. The speaker pull up is designed to pair with the boombox speaker. A combination LED light and Bluetooth speaker. The speaker app gives the user full control over the music play, light change, equalizer, USB slash SD card plate, FM control, line and play. It provides the ability to control and adjust the volume brightness flashlight mode to get boombox speaker has same as the remote control. Now, this is the same as the remote control. I did not get a remote control. So this is what I'm saying. I'm not sure I got all the accessories. I was supposed to get with this thing. I don't really got an open one. Yeah, I don't know what the heck actually happened here because there were reviews I thought I read or something, oh, no, it wasn't a review. It was on the page. I thought you were supposed to get mics with it. So I really don't know. But it was 60 bucks for that. It's still very worth what I paid for it. It's okay, I'm not going to complain. But I wanted it to read you the description of this speaker. Wait. So there's a developer. Ratings and reviews. So there's your writings interviews you can read those on your own. I want to download it. We download. There's real money. So I could have actually gone out of it and gone to re download from 7% outside kind of pointless. So okay, it's already downloaded. It's ready to go. So I'm going to open it up. Open. Speaker, we'd like to use Bluetooth. But of course it would. Look at the iconic for speaker control. Don't allow, but okay, but I'm going to say, okay? Double here? Speaker crow. So here we are. This is speaker pro. Speaker pro. Graphic interface music. Button. And it's quite accessible. Speaker pro. You have the speaker probating. Then you have music. App graphic interface music. Now, when you open this, though, it opens your Apple music. So don't let that confuse you. I'll show you in a second. Graphic interface Bluetooth. But this is Bluetooth. Now, when I do this, I'll show you what happens. Actually, I'll show you in a second. I want to show you the rest of the screen first. Graphic interface, USB. But USB? Graphic interface. But I think this is characters, headings, characters, cafe, space, catchy. So this is app graphic interface. I in. So I am assuming that is lining for offs. At graphic interface like. That's light. At graphic interface act. But EQ? At graphic interface radio, but radio that's the FM radio. Breath interface SD. SD? Graphic interface SD. But and that's what we've got. If I go to the bottom of the screen, graphic interface graphic interface graphic interface SD appears to be nothing else here. If I tap with four fingers toward the bottom graphic interface SD. That's as far as we get. Let me show you SD if I double tap it. Graphic empty list. Volume. 3% adjustable. There's volume? Memory card. Headache. Back button. So right now, it's not seeing. Memory card. This stuff on my car. Empty list. Volume. 3% adjustable. We have volume. We can change the volume. 16. I don't know what that means. But there's play. Repeat. Repeat? Previous song. But it's good. Previous song skip. Shuffle, but shuffle. Shuffle, but and those are the options, but it's not seeing my card right now. So it's pretty replay. But 60 play. But if I hit play. Memory card. So let's do this. Let's go into Bluetooth. Graphic interface Bluetooth. But find more devices. But find more detail equals X lap is connected. There it is. This is the one I want. It's MR DJ. Let's see if I can work. Kepler space. Captivate eagles. CAPEX, cappel space. Exhale, equals a exhale, so I don't know what the equals is for. Pete, Pete, come on space. Captain, hi, best. Oh, N and. Oh, that's disconnected. Okay. So I'm just showing you what that is there. So if I double tap this more DJ equals X lap is connected and more details. And more DJ equals X lap is Bluetooth connected. Equals X lap connected. So it is now connected to my phone. Now, if I go left more devices. But find more devices. And go in here. Equals X lap, connected. This is what I get. If I double tap this, it'll disconnect. Equals X lap, connected. So I don't know how the Bluetooth is supposed to work. You may have to just set it through Bluetooth. I'm sorry, the second C through your phone's blue chips. It just seems really strange that it would have a Bluetooth input that you couldn't use for royalty. I don't really get it. What's that one? So let's go back from here. Speaker pro. And back over to graphic interface SD. SD. So I tapped in the bottom right corner of the screen that I'm holding my phone in portrait. Double tap. Graphic. No, let's see what happens. Memory card. 16, you spin me around. Like a record MP3. Here are all the songs. But on the movie, kind of like aldam shapes. Alan Jackson, living on the lyrics, MP3. If I can double tap any of them. Here's my songs. Now I can go back down here. To play, double tap play, and it pauses. If I double tap it again..

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"aldam" Discussed on Z104

Z104

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"aldam" Discussed on Z104

"Their content specialists have monthly in depth zoo meetings, not just with sister City Reps here in the state, the counterparts across the globe and and that's done. Lot toe keep people connected. And I think now that we've all become zoom and Facebook live, and you know Microsoft office teams experts, Yes, you're not quite so hesitant to factor in the time differences and reach out to people face to face that way. And in a sense, that's been a good thing. Yeah. Now also remind the new listeners any further. Maybe are just now tuning in. What is Norfolk Sister City Association? What's your mission? So our mission is Tonto facilitate. Cultural understanding and awareness between the citizens of Norfolk and our sister city Partners across the globe are 10 sister cities and we're in Africa Asia. And I'm Europe all over the place. Yeah. Do you offer student internships, Jennifer? We We do. They are restricted to college students. And they don't pay depending on what kind of projects that student works on. They traditionally get a taping of the statement at the end of their term in and the term of the in ship is over summer break, depending on the what we have going on the office in the student's schedule anywhere from maybe 4 to 8 weeks. Awesome Now. Are there any volunteer opportunities? Well when things get back to normal, and we can all be in person is the same space. Yes, there are people who are interested in particular. Country and culture should go on our website, Norfolk, sister cities dot org's, um, and click on those tabs to see about programs and what we do that can email the office staff not like sister cities that'll work and we could get you connected with the right people in that Sister City committee. Now you kind of touched on this just now. But what's the best way to stay connected with you guys? You could never say it too much. Seconds out on Facebook, Norfolk Sister City Association and make a point to look at our website at least once a month, not flick, Sister cities plural. That are large. A perfect now, Jennifer. Are there other organizations with whom? You know you guys were partners. Oh, good heavens. Yes. Got well, I don't know if I should name Aldam on this program. I mean, you could. I don't want to complicate their your partners. And you just wanna give a little shout out. I mean, well, I buy. It's fine with me. Okay, Well, I guess I have to say I have. Ah, have a teenage child at home who always listens to the intercom family of radio programs If I'm 24 7 in in in her room, but Our biggest media partner in the community. Wh around. Those on the television and radio side, But stations Yeah, And then of course we the city of novel does a lot to support us and programs as we try to help connect economic development with You know, development opportunities across the 10, sister cities. All the arts fund says on the French side is very helpful. We have, um well, all of non fix cultural lab sets we partner with when life is normal. The Virginia Zoo, not a mechanical gardens, the Chrysler Museum, Hermitage Museum and Gardens. UM and performing arts. We have a very long history with the Virginia Art Festival in their tattoo, native Fast Virginia Symphony and the Virginia Opera. Where, and of course, I can't forget higher education. We have board representation and very long standing relationships with Knox State University, Old Dominion University. The Tidewater community College, Right, Virginia Wesleyan University, I guess has On their stuff to say It's Virginia Beach really is not book. Yeah, a lot with them, too. Awesome. Now, how can we get involved hugging us listeners get involved. Really? That's the best ways to spend a few moments to go on our website and take a look at her Facebook page. What our upcoming programs or Um, you know, maybe articles coming from our other sister City, You know, countries, things that might be of interest. And then you can you can reach out by a Facebook. Or you can send an e mail directly to the office staff at Norfolk Sister cities that order or you can go on the Web site and send an email to the website interface is well, very cool love enquiries and ideas that just are happy to connect with people. Fantastic. Well, Jennifer, That's what I've got for you. What I'm gonna have you do now is just any last minute words you want to end with for our listeners about N s E. A Just, you know, take a few minutes to take a look at our website. We think that people are gonna be so stir crazy and tired of being stuck where they live. Once things open up by the end of next the end of this year beginning of next year. Come think about joining us and going on a trip with us. It is a lot of fun. And will end with this. Let's give out the website if they want to get more information, and we'll end with that, Jennifer Yes, Not that sister Cities floral got org. This has been Hampton Roads, Perspectives. If.

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"aldam" Discussed on Rap It Out

Rap It Out

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"aldam" Discussed on Rap It Out

"Like those essays you just doing for the sake of you have to do it like yeah. I definitely bill you. I definitely do. I'm i'm currently advanced class. Where are they wrong you right. I'm currently in the class. Will we do all the time. So every time in the class might might finger literally fucking burns. I feel i feel when i So i did my senior year in america but for my What you guys would probably like what you guys consider you tenth grade. I going country. And the you know the english courses english literature in language history and stuff that ten times and sometimes you have to write essays which beamed ten pages long and inside econ right rubbishy after right leg actual facts each sentence in his who really stressful so active. Understand what you mean about the hamburger hoof classes are not from while do this. I'll have ten pages here is mark. It's hard for me to buy a front page front one page. Be like it'd be definitely you know it's hard for me. 'cause i'm in advanced classes like all my core cards are banff. It's much harder for me. Yeah mean gonna give that yet you do. Most people don't most people don't really have a on. Say it out loud. really bro of. I'm not going to say i can't. I can't vote to coordinate people out there. Yeah i understand. I think what you're saying. That's good saw. Oh listen in any albums Does have to be specifically route or at any albums album. Which paper probably you. Don't baz aldam on the one way. Release the songs like you know why and beautiful. Although songs sang Taking precious when you smile song. Mind by all the song. Yeah so his album. The one with These his second album conquest of the right now but like from this. One of my favorite albums are playing on. Repeat i node. Lurks it every single. Go songs and yeah and probably. This is a weird. Actually people would probably find this. Because i listen to taking three. I am arapahoe. But i do listen to a sunny alec. Benjamin and he he's not. He wouldn't appeal to most people guessed. Listen to rap but adequate legacy album. Don't think people for no the as yeah added benjamin autism album and were sensitive. Quite a bit I didn't know it was a rapper. That was. I thought it was an actor. Alec benjamin he. He's not he's not he's a he's a singer he's i think he's a really good Songwriter so you're like this auburn. They all had not like deep meanings that appeal to. Oh okay i see you using. I i try. I'm not you know. Wouldn't you warn them at that. But i do short. I see her see. What do you think of rap pat now with all these trolls with all this ridiculous. This mushed into these good Rappers than when he's taking rap has in your opinion appeal like Right now it's like. I get like law feedback request and when we give them feedback is really me to like give feedback especially the song as redo bag. If you like this. So many different people in rabat. You can get a feedback quiz show. Good go to the knicks feedback requesting that someone who is like wrote like three landon like bad but if you feel bad about tone them as bad in say should i relate you actually tell him bed that makes sense so it's flooded by a lot of people that lake honestly. I think everyone should be given an opportunity to try like crap in suffering music and stuff like that. But i do really like someone needs to be the friend. That tells a mike. Ya laid this offer. You try something else so i am very difficult to find older good rapids because is so many people right bad and now the ball and just just add If you get if you get a rap that's horrible. You have to be honest. Tell them is horrible. I mean they have to take criticism. I mean if you don't meyer how to take criticism then you're basically nil body. Yeah i mean. I do try to honest as much as i can. But the thing is the moment you give them bad feedback. They intentionally go onto my page and then finally my raps. And then they give you feedback as wall just like a payback by you. Gave me a bad. Is that okay. But like it's actually bad. Let's not everybody. You know some people take very.

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"aldam" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"aldam" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"We'll talk radio's by byline broadcast network also sirius. Xm to eleven. Dan patrick sports. And i already and tune in and a big hello to our men and women in uniform around the world listening on the american forces network and if you miss any part of this show you can catch it immediately on. Its conclusion by the way. Why would you miss any of this show. You can catch it at the belief podcast network. And i'm not the only football show that they got some mother really good one says. Psi with betty fail haber sauzee so i parrots are really fun show and the shep messing. Daily cost will cost new york soccer legend. Shep messing brings you. All things red bulls when they're not playing all things global football and he daily check out. The shep messing daily cost. Only on the belief podcast network. You can get it anywhere. You get apple podcasts. Or spotify with presented by bet online dot. Ag last segment. We were talking a little bit about the primarily. I was giving you some of my surprises. Not so much my surprises but my take on this surprises a. Let's talk about man. United for a minute. Because i talk a lot about united on the show because i hate man united but i am an and try to be objective in my analysis of them and manager and the players because everyone knows a liverpool supporter. I'm going to hate man. United with every passion and soul and bone of my body. Which in fact. I do so if i am overly. Negative or extreme about man. United people are just going to say. Oh because he's liberal supporter. So funnily enough i tend to be more analytical about man united than probably any other team in the primarily because i tried to take the emotion out of it but for me. It's what placebo Lamb shows more things change more than the same And you'll pardon my french if it wasn't great but that's exactly right Man united a wonderful in their inconsistency. I don't think blaming only gonna socia is not the approach. The glazes is not necessarily the reason waking up after a long heavenly dream of all those decades under alex ferguson and finding yourself smack in reality with a whole bunch of other very well money teams. That are making a the adding players that you would. You set the baugh when you set the bars. Highest united did. Join the alex ferguson. Era and the teams that are aspiring to knock you off your perch bills and invest and infrastructure to catch. You better you you better know you better not miss step you better not trip because those other guys are now built up to catch you. And that's what happened with man. United it's inevitable. alex ferguson. Is david moyes comes in. They don't immediately repeat. They don't immediately avenue incredible season. And they can go into the managerial merry. Go round if they had stayed with david moyes. I wonder if they would have been in a better position. They are now having said that. Let's go back to this season. I was saying about only gonna social. He is not the problem at man united. The problem is back in the alex ferguson era. That was only one team to play for. If you were a big star and emerging talent you wanted to pay for man united just like seemingly. Every player wants to play for barcelona real madrid. But with alex ferguson gone and united no longer getting title over title. It's much harder. They don't have as much money as the other teams that used to be. Of course they were the blue the trailblazers of financing and cash and cash flow. Now that just one of many good teams that are aspiring to win. And they're finding it much harder they have to be. I think they should take a look at the way. Fenway's fenway sports group operates liverpool which is in the moneyball vein of things folks. They are highly analytical into they sign but if you look at their signings for salah van dyke would know aldam jota. These are all signings that have come out of fenway. Sports group's analysis of players. And while i think it likely liverpool will repeat the title this season although tottenham. I think will push them while. I think likely they will. You can put that down to the fact that they've spent the most money than any other team or they've cycled thousand players to find three good ones. You can put it down to the fact that they've had they have this incredible analytical side. Could see a fenway sports group. Who if i might say. I think probably the best owners in the primarily so those are some of my surprises whether some shocking results this this weekend absolutely were arsenal. Oh my god. I you know this is another team. They have you. Do you know in the lost five. Six games also have one one drawn one and lost four important facts. In the second game of the season they won the first two in a row. They've only won two games in the last heat. This team is awful awful and the problem with us no. They're not scoring goals. And it's all very well. Obama yang signs that you contract is doing and everybody lord sympa you know what he's not scoring goals and what's going to happen next. Sunday at the tottenham hotspur stadium is awesome are going to go visit spurs for the north london. Derby and right now. I do not see any way shape or form also wins that game. Of course that could surprise me. But i i doubt it. And we talked about fulham fulham huge result of leicester city. Well you know they've got to go to the bottom face matches to city huge game for both clubs. I think manchester city most likely will win that one leeds united coming off that huge victory over everton and again. I really liked everton football club. I really do great manager. There are a few pieces away from being a really great team. I think they will make the champions league this year. But right off of that win habits now have to go face chelsea at the bridge. I like chelsea to lost at chelsea. The problem with chelsea was that they were very inconsistent because they had a lot of young players. Frank lampard was betting in in the young players and they were all sort of doing this whole chemistry thing. And i think they got it right. I think franklin pods the right guy as i think. They're going to socialize. The right guy and i'm not sure about michaela a we can talk. Oh speaking of evidence legends by the way. Everyone thinks he was awesome legend. He did play for them but really the legend was built at everton. If you could say you have it was a legend. But certainly frank lampard. I think has got it right at chelsea and the young players fabulous to watch exciting team. They play really positive fund football. I'm definitely a big fan.

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"aldam" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"aldam" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"And we're busy rebuilding photo galleries at my Bloods and everything else it all. It's going to take another few weeks asleep to get us even close to where we were after 20 years of s Abrams dot com But there's a really good start their people and I'm really quite proud of the work that's been done there. I want to say Ah, Mary, Greeting to W. A. R. K AM and FM. 14 90 AM 98.9 FM in 106.3 FM based in Hagerstown, Maryland that covers that hole. Of south of Aldam Warm area of southern Maryland, Washington D. C Northern Virginia area We're talking about you guys, You live in a fabulous place. And really, for people that live in an area where you could draw a circle. For a couple of 100 miles or 1000, miles around you that you can identify places close to home. You've never been or you haven't been since you went on a field trip in third grade. With your class or you haven't been since your mom and dad took it as a kid on a little weekend adventure are holiday somewhere. It's time for you to get out and visit and revisit places is that are nearby, where you have confidence that you can control your environment and still be able to travel. So what are you finding and talking with destinations both domestically and abroad? I'm Howard people dealing with all of this. And how are you dealing with all of us? Well, Basically there have been phases and it seems like everybody's following those those phases. So when it comes to, you know the destination. And at the very beginning of this crisis, there was empathy. You know there was building confidence about a destination safety. There were providing regular updates. They were trying to provide support of local businesses as much as possible. On. They wanted to provide immediate management of the crisis going on. And then, as new faces continued to To come about, you know, Destinations are starting to think about building awareness of their destination again, finding inspirational ways of doing so, creating new and reforming, you know. Current partnership, so that way they could provide a lot more incentive to book now and for you to travel any time later, whether it's tomorrow or by the end of the year or any time in 2021. So there's a kind of continues to go on phases and then this is what we're finding on the international scale a cz well as on the domestic side here. Now on the international side. You really have to look at the airlift because obviously it's difficult to plan for a holiday if you want to go to Europe. Or to even Canada compared to having a plan for holiday here, which may not be as difficult as we were talking about that Tri State area, Virginia Maryland Washington D. C area Don't forget about Delaware. Good crab there, too. It's gorgeous Beaches, robe, a speech. I mean, you want to talk about going to a destination where you could be outside. You could be far away so far away from people. You have to worry about a mask. Because you're not gonna be anywhere near them just wearing around your neck legation needed And they're so I was. I wasn't I wasn't Kate Nay, not too long ago, and you don't have to worry about 6. Ft. Of separation. You don't have to worry about 50 Ft. Of separation, Right? It's It's beautiful, you know, And there's so many areas available and that air they're waiting. There is there's a fabulous Hope Hotel. We actually we did some broadcasting from the hotel years ago. I want to say it's called the Congress Hotel. It's right on the water there in Cape May, and it's where John Philip Sousa Used to dio performances of.

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"aldam" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"aldam" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Then yeah, just trying to think ahead. But yeah, I mean I say there's a bunch of countries for me that would certainly be attracted by MLS. As you say I think following the the blueprint think tank. The Guy Atlanta is, is a no brainer that a lot of clubs are looking at South America full not just as the coaches Expertise Hundred Gina. From. Peter Thank you so much for joining US sharing us. Do. Knowledge tell people how they can fall you a gloves Argentina. Yet just go to twitter at Galasso. And everything else is on there. That's fine. Must follow if you care about football and if you like him lessons basically. A necessity at this point. Thank you so much better on his thanks to Peter Pedro for joining us some good insight on the relationship in Argentina and the new DP in Atlanta by the way Atlanta fans know this. We all know this Frank de Boer failing up new Netherlands boss so brutal. I. Mean No offensive Frank de Boer or offense I don't know. But we saw what he did with the way tie played, and then the way he played and the Netherlands are so fun to watch right now and when Aldam and damp Memphis and they attack and it's aggressive. Hi, Frank de Boer like that. If that's what he does again there I'm done I'm out I'm Jose Marino levels. I. Think he has was all. Win To. Be sacked by Atlanta just to get hired I read something some some quotes from. Those managing these three of the. I thought for sure he didn't have an. MVP potential performance it is have that that's like goalkeeper nothing to do than microchips nave. As level of that's level of preparation elite. Absolutely. Northwestern Journalism School. One of the big ones now, I think it was the University of Kansas. That's. Maybe. Syria great. Doesn't doesn't get the respect and others yet but I I'm telling you to go easy to be low key when you're one hundred twentieth in the. Ouch junior desk. To Barcelona to Byron, we have no idea also use national team land the October camp canceled there might be a November one in Europe and I'm sure those guys are going to be absolutely jack to see each other if that comes off and nations league semi-finals have been rescheduled as well. So unless Tom US soccer, the news is out there read it. You can find that let's get to the mailbag and let's start with this one people have been asking about Mason Toy and since we have Charlie, let's talk nascent toy mason toy is not gonNA play for Minnesota United I think the Trade says that pretty clearly. So where do we send him? Where's he traded to? Charlie Colorado. San. Jose. Our S.. L., you're going to send him to San Jose era you cruel man I will send them to anywhere where he's going to get some. Play this man You know there are there are times where you watch him play and he's inconsistent. Doesn't look like he's involved drifts out of the matches but the Times where he is playing any is involved I'll go back to the AFC on the road. I'm like this kid has something you just needs to be put in a situation where he's going to develop and grow. Minnesota's not it. That's for sure. We learned that last year at the star last year when they had Angelo Rodriguez, who had maybe one goal I I'll go back to every time out you how you prevent a young to a potential potentially strong striker within this league. Playing minutes in playing time because of a player who who is just a holdup Blair doesn't really score goals either way he needs to move on and there are a number of teams that could benefit from having like Mason tour i. what does he need though Charlie's the first show for me? Sorry, Charlie. But what is what is Mason Toy need a young striker? What do you need him to develop to get to the next level and then where does he wear? Does he find that? One, every striker needs to develop the the balance between hold up play checking to the ball coming back. Like. We've seen Josie Door I. think he's at a ton of success with the national team. When he comes deep, you can play off, can hold off the defenders and then drags the back out of space. His lay back ball to midfielder as then played into that space that was now vacated from centreback to a on onrushing winger who comes in and creates a chance there so. The bows between that and making a run in behind knowing when to stretch a defense knowing when that that that running behind is going to open up space whether it's to dump it in behind where he then is a non goal or in makes a run into a channel, and then that gets the team to move up and you bring up the lines having that bounce to. Knowing when to make the the proper run in the box whether senior posts are far as striker you're always told once you're in the box I, you gotta be able to understand. Okay. Sometime, the center back is is slow to that near post or he's always gonNA bite to if I make that fake runs the near post and flips the backpost and having that relationship with the wingers, the outside fullbacks knowing where to put the ball. All of those things come with playing time exactly not just. Need to be on the field playing mason toy hasn't had that. Does anybody in this league going to give Mason Toy the opportunity to get that or does mason toy maybe need to. Go to US championship and be the starter for them. He ship now who should get. Okay, we'll. Start where you give him the opportunity to. Playing out yet, but I think given the opportunity to work through all that which team would actually give him that time you look at teams where their goalscoring I think is one of those things that you can pay for what you pay for you get, and if you pay low, you don't really get it. If you pay high, it's more guarantee the other positions. So you look at teams that don't have the money to pay. I look at Houston might be on the verge of losing Minolta's look at ourselves who can't spend big on a center forward and I look at Montreal who doesn't even have one and those are really teams where the assets are worth it. So they will pay play through the growing pains because they know what they can get later on and mason toy is better than what they're going to go out and get on the market outside. Down downs winning got Frank O'Hara that's a legitimate league AMEX goalscorer, we have not seen Houston do that we have not seen our cell do that we have not seen Montreal do that. So for those clubs, it's worth playing him through the bombs so that you can get the starting five but isn't that area lassiter for Houston and now I? Think they have they still do have not I'm not sure we're going to see him. So they they have Chris Ramirez I don't know that there's room are so has a DP forward? No, no, no, no. Have to stop calling Sam Johnson DP they bought him for eight hundred thousand dollars in called him a deep That's. He's not a Tam and he doesn't even play demure cry lock plays Corey Baird place there Douglas Martinez plays there. That's you a cell guys don't lay him. So Mason tweet fits perfectly into that. Okay. I don't disagree with that red bull's maybe but again, they have a lot of guys. Yeah I went to. So I don't know what the rebels I like the rapids Charlie, but if that was going to happen the rapid should act Kamara? Right. But if you look at Colorado to me that feels like the perfect spot for a guy who needs confidence and needs to be just a different environment that's going to build him up in some way in that Environment Colorado now is basically young dudes young dudes trying to be like a mobile and to me I don't know if that's the perfect place for him because maybe he needs a little bit more guidance more structure but I definitely think that he would feel more comfortable than I'm certainly feels now i. Sorry, just real I just I think Diego Rubio does different things than a standard center forward and I think Robin Fraser likes that and then his other option issue she keno. So I don't know that they're looking for minutes for a guy like that has anyone ever heard of Jerry. Anri. Harbor Craft does yeah for sure Charlie wanted. To learn these things that make great center forwards Tier Coaches in this League has no center forwards on his roster..

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"aldam" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"aldam" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"You'll retain one hundred percent of their rights dear book looking to find a company that I could trust one that assisted in the editing process. Completely, the most important qualities that I was looking for was a publisher who was honest and upfront no hidden costs or fees owning the rights to my own. Work Christian faith publishing will publish market and sell your books in all major bookstores online booksellers as well as specialty Christian bookstores call for your free author Submission Kit Eight Hundred Six oh seven Oh six, six, five, eight, hundred, six, Oh, seven, oh, six, six, five, eight, hundred, six, zero, seven, zero, six, six, five that's eight, hundred, six Oh, seven Oh, six, sixty, five he's no. No I actually wanted to ask about other coaches we have. Made a huge name Gammel Baras skeletal big name as well. What's The perception not playing coaching about coming Tama last Marsala Gherardo was rumored and he's been rumored everywhere I. do people see that as a positive step for coaching they still follow back in Argentina when they're here. Yeah, I. Think actually with coaches may be is saying. Fairly. Positively and I think Tara again was badly instrumentally not because I think at the time when he? What took the Atlanta job there would have been a lot of people may be scratching their heads but when you look at the success. And then being out to move on progress in his career. I think now people look back and say that was a great move for my dino and the those coaches you mentioned that I think I've done think anyone's really sat there and said you know. Why Mls? It's all I think people are looking at as a step in that career. So. I think. Certainly even away wife mindset that if there are South American coaches that. Were linked to the job wouldn't necessarily pool scoring 'cause y'all don't the exception because I think. He's at river, which is obviously. Much bigger than anything in. Boca. And his huge success. When you talk about Gesualdo people immediately say his next job is going to be one of the very top. European jobs but anything outside of that. Really I think people would say you know. It would be a good mood. I WanNa get the Renault. So but I wanna ask you think about this and perception and I think about you know. Players watching it. Let's say in Europe major league soccer and getting familiar than coming over and we see Gabriella though. Trailblazer a little bit and bring it to Argentina are Games on TV are games available like how can you watch it? How can the general populace watcher? How can coaches and players watching? Are they watching it? Is it convenient? Yet is a espionage and Tina's do show a few games of the weekend MLS Games so is on. I think. The exposures gang is increasing I. Think. For. Every transfer that we get it just the lights another fans to to molest so. Now probably Lana Spans. If weren't already achieved because of Almond on success will be keeping tabs on Morano but. We've seen not previously with with other players. Mid so I think as I say we're only gonNA see more more transfers in my opinion over the next. Two years, and that's only going to draw more attention to the League so. Yeah it's getting a decent amount of exposure is on TV but I. Think it's only going to increase before we let you go Peter Give us the bill Renault. So scouting report comes from Boca never really seemed to fit perfectly there and then was sold on whatever it was in. Minnesota was offering. It seems like that's the number ten shirt. Yeah? I mean. is his position I mean when he came through it through shadows were wonderful talent number ten role. He's not super quick, but is a great first top she's able to. Defender he's a good vision good passing on. That little holding or just that relgious behind the striker I. Think he really got your opportunities to play that I don't think about a Scotto, really wanted someone to play that role. And I don't think he really trusted him. Great deal anyway. So it wasn't until by Philip the left and he got a replacement that we saw. Reynosa playing a great deal I talk and even then it was playing either out on the left or maybe a bit deep. So he was asked to do a lot of different stuff i. think we saw in flashes, some of the things that you can do but not consistently enough. And, I think that was a mixture of. Him maybe not having the face of the car, not having the chance to play in the best position. And then just not playing regularly now so. He was never the Guy Bulk I. Think I think as great makeup Tremolos I think for some major league soccer clubs, they see the success of touch on Martino they they understand. Okay. If we want to have a culture within the club and we have a largely successful Latino population in the locker room, we need we need to have someone who's who can communicate with them, understand them and get them to play at their best if you're going down to Argentina. Outside of Gabriel Hunter, who else are are the good coaches coming up through the system that could be potential candidates for one of these major league soccer clubs. Yeah any the other Guy I thought was interesting at the time was Ariella land who's now in Chile with? Kosolapov. Bach was manager independent they when they won the Medicare nine, two, thousand, seventeen. An easing, they're very interesting coach. I. Think he plays again in a similar style to Demosthenes moneywise and I think he would be an interesting one isn't free and the advantage the has but certainly I, think fits the the mole very intelligent guy. You know drew attention because he was using like drowns in training in this got stock before the of other coaches So He's won certainly And then yeah. Just trying to think of my head. But yeah, I mean I say there's a bunch of countries for me that would starting to be attracted by MLS as you say I, think following the the blueprint that I think tactic gave Atlanta is no brainer that of clubs are looking at south, America will not just by as coaches. Expertise. Argentina from Peter co-authors, Peter Thank you so much for joining US sharing us. Your knowledge tell people how they can fall you gloves Argentina. Just go to twitter at. Home. An everything else is on there. That's fine. Must follow if you care about football if you like him, the lessons, basically a necessity at this point. Thank you so much better or I'd thanks to Peter Pedro for joining us some good insight on the relationship in Argentina and the new DP in Atlanta by the way Atlanta fans know this. We all know this Frank de Boer failing up the new Netherlands boss so brutal. I mean, no offensive board or offense I. Don't know. But we what he did with the way tie played, and then the way he played and the Netherlands are so fun to watch right now and when Aldam, in-depth Memphis and they attack and it's aggressive. Frank Damore like.

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"aldam" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

11:34 min | 2 years ago

"aldam" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"Answer your questions to be advice and bring you all the news from Mars and FC Wimbledon. John I really feel like I know what's going to happen in the twenty twenty. I just I see it so clearly. This is going to be some kind of twenty twenty pun that set. That was it I did it with that was. Oh that's the that's that's the joke joke. Joke it's good. Yeah I can see it very clearly as well actually in real life I. I don't know that there's anything I'm less. Sure about. How twenty twenty? I'm going to go. I don't see it clearly at all. I'm very confused. I feel like I know nothing and neither does anyone else. No but that's not stopping up in everybody from heaven opinions. You can't like say stuff if you don't have strong opinions John and the same stuff where it's all at so a hank you know one thing I do. You know here at the very beginning of twenty twenty Is that we are now officially Only eight years away from renaming. This podcast dear. John Hanke ankle when we don't get a human to Mars the next eight years. Eight years is such a long time. If there's anything that celebrating this decade changeover. Did for for me was realizing how long a time but ten years it is. An eight years is almost ten years and who we could be on Jupiter in twenty twenty eight John Things Change fast. Is there any way that we can add a financial component to our bed so that we don't just change the name of the podcast but also you ship a large amount of money to my house. What if so? I bet that by the year. Three thousand TAT We'll have we'll be on Jupiter. That's three thousand ten. So you're saying in nine hundred ninety years humans will be on Jupiter. Yeah that what. What makes that so wildly? Optimistic is the notion that there will be human. Ninety years were fine. We're doing fine. John I was Gonna say everything is fine but I can't I take that back I was I was gonna say everything is going to be fine. And here's what I'm GONNA say instead we we are here all right. Our first question comes from Hannah. Who writes dear John and Hank I sold some of my art for the first time and I made some money twenty three dollars to be exact exact? What should I do with it? I've job in everything and there's not really anything I need but I feel like my art money should go to good use and not like just get used to buy gas assar something pumpkins and Penguins Hannah. Well I gas is an important use for when you need to get to places. Yeah so there is nothing nothing wrong with that but second you could be. Let's I'm going to go like way wild here and say you could start a retirement account you could. That's that's not a good idea though. 'cause you're 'cause you're young and that that money's going to appreciate so much every twenty three dollars you you put into your retirement account now is going to be like sixty sixty dollars when you retire. It'll be closer to like a hundred dollars when you retire. That's wild yeah you gotTa Start Saving now is it's the magic of compound interest. Look if we're talking about. Is it important to contribute to your IRA or your 401k. Or whatever when you're young the answer is yes but we're not. We're talking about twenty three dollars that Hannah made selling. I don't even know what kind of art handed it was due nonspecific. You've got to get better at marketing yourself. I need I need to. I need to read like I made twenty three dollars selling my life size sculpture of Liverpool midfielder. Genie Wine Aldam. I need I need some specificity sufficiency razor thin margin man. Yeah no she. She sold it for ten thousand twenty three dollars. There's and she cleared twenty three dollars profit because it is not cheap to find them. Lebron's to sculpt genie wine Alden extraordinary to Rulli extraordinary cabs right well. So here's here's the you gotta buy some art supplies. Obviously there's a there's a future here. There's a business exactly doing in it. You GotTa get you gotTa buy more stuff to make stuff exurbs. If there's anything that I I know about making art is that you completely forget how much you paid for. The art supplies FIS when calculating how much to sell yard for CD by needed by more art supplies so that you can continue making stuff that you like. Yeah I think you invest in your art if you like making stuff Get the stuff that you need to make stuff on the other hand some. Maybe it's not a maybe it's we don't know what kind of Art Hannah makes. But I don't I just want to go on a quick tangent because it occurred to me that one of the sculptures I most want to see in the world and I haven't seen are just bronze casts of the cavs of all Liverpool players. Oh my God so like I just WanNa see a collection of their calves in bronze you know. Why can't we just expand out? I want what if this isn't about art project but I think that it should be a selection of calves and that should be what the pieces titled That's called a selection of calves and it should just be crabs from all over the world all walks of life if you will know that doesn't make any sense because all cancer beautiful. Oh Oh yes no. All calves are great but the calves that are fueling. The world's greatest football team are very specific. Caps knows the ones. I WANNA see in bronze. I feel like I have nice cavs Hannah. You're welcome for the idea. I give it to you for free. I lean forward. I will pay whatever it costs you to make them. Plus twenty eighty three dollars. You know John. I had a good idea during our Christmas break. I was playing with Oren and I had an idea for a toy. Yeah and you know what I did what I I found a toy designer on Lincoln and I was like. Here's this idea. I had for a toy. I do not want it in my head anymore. You can have it if you want it. And that's that's what I did. That was and he wrote back and he was like. That's a pretty good idea. We are actually working on something similar and I was like boom. You did glorious. I am not in that I I am not in that business. I love giving away ideas that said as you know hanging in the last twenty four hours I have had to know really for the first time. Now now my first million dollar idea and it's not the cavs it's not settling in fact the more I think about that the I think it's a good idea. Not least because how are you going to get it all of Liverpool's players to you know like let you measure their calf's consider going to be a weird conversation he's talking to measure if you've got a cast them. Yeah I I just. I don't think he's GonNa Forget. Forget scan forget that million dollar idea. I have a proper million dollar idea. It's so good that I I can't share it because I'm worried I'm GONNA share it. I'M GONNA share it and we're GONNA put it up for preorder. Oh and maybe no one will buy it but I think I think this is my first million dollar idea hank. You don't have a podcast. The anthrocene reviewed where I review different vestments of the human centered planet on a five star. Scale I remember yes. It's very popular Ryan Reynolds like exum. He does or I I. I heard that he tweeted about it. That is very nice of him. I'm very grateful to anyone who likes it anyway. I WANNA make AAC and racine reviewed merch and my idea for merch. INC is that I wanNA make shower curtain. That is my review of shower. Curtains like on the a shower curtain is printed my review of shower curtains. And that is the only place in the world. You can read my review of shower curtains. Maybe this is a new like books. Have I've been around for a long time but there hasn't been a lot of innovation newspapers which are sort of like big folder. Things in magazines which are floppy books. But what if instead of a book you just had one big sheet of plastic and that was yeah I like it and then like you have to have a separate room to lay your books down. I want this to be a fight quality shower curtain. Can you get me at like a pretty good shower curtain. I don't you know I bet yes but I I have not done enough reese. I know a lot about merchandising Johnson. I've never met a shower curtain but I know people who have made shower curtains so I can reach out to them and ask ask. Do you think this is a million dollar idea. No but I think it's a perfectly good way to raise money for charity. If you want my shower curtain. That is a review of shower curtain. Didn't you can go to the FDA DOT COM to be. I don't know if it's going to be the order. You're just GONNA have to sign your name saying you'll buy a thirty five dollars shower curtain. That's a review of shower curtains written. But yeah we'll see how big the market is right. That is that is important. I Bet I bet the minimum order. Isn't that much for shower curtains courts. Now that's an idea shower curtains. All right. I'm I'M GONNA stop but I think this is an infinitely scalable idea because what about a coffee mug. That's just my review of coffee mocks. Yeah I mean what about a candle. It's just you review of candles. And then his as it Burns Away my review of candle ceases to exist all right. We're we've gone. We've gone too so far. Congratulations Hanna Hanna. If you wanted to design a shower curtain force email us. We're getting to the shower curtain business and we're getting into it in a big way. This next question. Russian comes from emily who asks deer hanging John. I almost missed my fight this morning. I didn't thank goodness but I realized I have no idea what to do if I miss a flight lights and fear Emily John. I feel like you have experience with this. I do too and I always feel a little bit like I don't know what to do. Yeah I feel like I've been naughty even if it's not my fault I always feel like. Oh they're mad at me but they're not they're trying to get through the day like everybody else is that there's two things you do you basically you either like stand in line at the counter at some customer service line or you you make a phone call and You get booked onto a different flight. Yeah and a lot of times. If it's not your fault they'll get you a hotel room or whatever it's not always the best hotel room one of my all time favorite day frank videos is the one where Delta Delta yeah put him in a room with a stranger where he like to share a room with double beds with the person he'd never met before feels that feels so like nineteen. Sixty couldn't do that. I feel like they can't early. They don't do it anymore by I've definitely been in some. I would say that my five worst hotel experiences of the twenty first century have all. I've been hotels chosen for me by air. What's yeah but it is a really good point that if the line is very long you might be able to call or go on the APP and re book yourself without having to talk to a person and that can speed things along and also increase your chances of getting a good flight but get in that line right away before you start doing that right because that line might grow very fast? The whole thing is very it is definitely stressful. It's yeah I mean travel is always comes with its complications as tank and I are about to find out since we're going on tour. Yeah a bet will have already happened. I believe this episode comes out. We are masters of marketing. If you wanted to see us arturo already happened and our shower. Curtain is not yet available if you wanted to see us in Atlanta or Raleigh or not compete so sorry that that's in the past. Now you need the fame.

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"aldam" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

11:34 min | 2 years ago

"aldam" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"Answer your questions to be advice and bring you all the news from Mars and FC Wimbledon. John I really feel like I know what's going to happen in the twenty twenty. I just I see it so clearly. This is going to be some kind of twenty twenty pun that set. That was it I did it with that was. Oh that's the that's that's the joke joke. Joke it's good. Yeah I can see it very clearly as well actually in real life I. I don't know that there's anything I'm less. Sure about. How twenty twenty? I'm going to go. I don't see it clearly at all. I'm very confused. I feel like I know nothing and neither does anyone else. No but that's not stopping up in everybody from heaven opinions. You can't like say stuff if you don't have strong opinions John and the same stuff where it's all at so a hank you know one thing I do. You know here at the very beginning of twenty twenty Is that we are now officially Only eight years away from renaming. This podcast dear. John Hanke ankle when we don't get a human to Mars the next eight years. Eight years is such a long time. If there's anything that celebrating this decade changeover. Did for for me was realizing how long a time but ten years it is. An eight years is almost ten years and who we could be on Jupiter in twenty twenty eight John Things Change fast. Is there any way that we can add a financial component to our bed so that we don't just change the name of the podcast but also you ship a large amount of money to my house. What if so? I bet that by the year. Three thousand TAT We'll have we'll be on Jupiter. That's three thousand ten. So you're saying in nine hundred ninety years humans will be on Jupiter. Yeah that what. What makes that so wildly? Optimistic is the notion that there will be human. Ninety years were fine. We're doing fine. John I was Gonna say everything is fine but I can't I take that back I was I was gonna say everything is going to be fine. And here's what I'm GONNA say instead we we are here all right. Our first question comes from Hannah. Who writes dear John and Hank I sold some of my art for the first time and I made some money twenty three dollars to be exact exact? What should I do with it? I've job in everything and there's not really anything I need but I feel like my art money should go to good use and not like just get used to buy gas assar something pumpkins and Penguins Hannah. Well I gas is an important use for when you need to get to places. Yeah so there is nothing nothing wrong with that but second you could be. Let's I'm going to go like way wild here and say you could start a retirement account you could. That's that's not a good idea though. 'cause you're 'cause you're young and that that money's going to appreciate so much every twenty three dollars you you put into your retirement account now is going to be like sixty sixty dollars when you retire. It'll be closer to like a hundred dollars when you retire. That's wild yeah you gotTa Start Saving now is it's the magic of compound interest. Look if we're talking about. Is it important to contribute to your IRA or your 401k. Or whatever when you're young the answer is yes but we're not. We're talking about twenty three dollars that Hannah made selling. I don't even know what kind of art handed it was due nonspecific. You've got to get better at marketing yourself. I need I need to. I need to read like I made twenty three dollars selling my life size sculpture of Liverpool midfielder. Genie Wine Aldam. I need I need some specificity sufficiency razor thin margin man. Yeah no she. She sold it for ten thousand twenty three dollars. There's and she cleared twenty three dollars profit because it is not cheap to find them. Lebron's to sculpt genie wine Alden extraordinary to Rulli extraordinary cabs right well. So here's here's the you gotta buy some art supplies. Obviously there's a there's a future here. There's a business exactly doing in it. You GotTa get you gotTa buy more stuff to make stuff exurbs. If there's anything that I I know about making art is that you completely forget how much you paid for. The art supplies FIS when calculating how much to sell yard for CD by needed by more art supplies so that you can continue making stuff that you like. Yeah I think you invest in your art if you like making stuff Get the stuff that you need to make stuff on the other hand some. Maybe it's not a maybe it's we don't know what kind of Art Hannah makes. But I don't I just want to go on a quick tangent because it occurred to me that one of the sculptures I most want to see in the world and I haven't seen are just bronze casts of the cavs of all Liverpool players. Oh my God so like I just WanNa see a collection of their calves in bronze you know. Why can't we just expand out? I want what if this isn't about art project but I think that it should be a selection of calves and that should be what the pieces titled That's called a selection of calves and it should just be crabs from all over the world all walks of life if you will know that doesn't make any sense because all cancer beautiful. Oh Oh yes no. All calves are great but the calves that are fueling. The world's greatest football team are very specific. Caps knows the ones. I WANNA see in bronze. I feel like I have nice cavs Hannah. You're welcome for the idea. I give it to you for free. I lean forward. I will pay whatever it costs you to make them. Plus twenty eighty three dollars. You know John. I had a good idea during our Christmas break. I was playing with Oren and I had an idea for a toy. Yeah and you know what I did what I I found a toy designer on Lincoln and I was like. Here's this idea. I had for a toy. I do not want it in my head anymore. You can have it if you want it. And that's that's what I did. That was and he wrote back and he was like. That's a pretty good idea. We are actually working on something similar and I was like boom. You did glorious. I am not in that I I am not in that business. I love giving away ideas that said as you know hanging in the last twenty four hours I have had to know really for the first time. Now now my first million dollar idea and it's not the cavs it's not settling in fact the more I think about that the I think it's a good idea. Not least because how are you going to get it all of Liverpool's players to you know like let you measure their calf's consider going to be a weird conversation he's talking to measure if you've got a cast them. Yeah I I just. I don't think he's GonNa Forget. Forget scan forget that million dollar idea. I have a proper million dollar idea. It's so good that I I can't share it because I'm worried I'm GONNA share it. I'M GONNA share it and we're GONNA put it up for preorder. Oh and maybe no one will buy it but I think I think this is my first million dollar idea hank. You don't have a podcast. The anthrocene reviewed where I review different vestments of the human centered planet on a five star. Scale I remember yes. It's very popular Ryan Reynolds like exum. He does or I I. I heard that he tweeted about it. That is very nice of him. I'm very grateful to anyone who likes it anyway. I WANNA make AAC and racine reviewed merch and my idea for merch. INC is that I wanNA make shower curtain. That is my review of shower. Curtains like on the a shower curtain is printed my review of shower curtains. And that is the only place in the world. You can read my review of shower curtains. Maybe this is a new like books. Have I've been around for a long time but there hasn't been a lot of innovation newspapers which are sort of like big folder. Things in magazines which are floppy books. But what if instead of a book you just had one big sheet of plastic and that was yeah I like it and then like you have to have a separate room to lay your books down. I want this to be a fight quality shower curtain. Can you get me at like a pretty good shower curtain. I don't you know I bet yes but I I have not done enough reese. I know a lot about merchandising Johnson. I've never met a shower curtain but I know people who have made shower curtains so I can reach out to them and ask ask. Do you think this is a million dollar idea. No but I think it's a perfectly good way to raise money for charity. If you want my shower curtain. That is a review of shower curtain. Didn't you can go to the FDA DOT COM to be. I don't know if it's going to be the order. You're just GONNA have to sign your name saying you'll buy a thirty five dollars shower curtain. That's a review of shower curtains written. But yeah we'll see how big the market is right. That is that is important. I Bet I bet the minimum order. Isn't that much for shower curtains courts. Now that's an idea shower curtains. All right. I'm I'M GONNA stop but I think this is an infinitely scalable idea because what about a coffee mug. That's just my review of coffee mocks. Yeah I mean what about a candle. It's just you review of candles. And then his as it Burns Away my review of candle ceases to exist all right. We're we've gone. We've gone too so far. Congratulations Hanna Hanna. If you wanted to design a shower curtain force email us. We're getting to the shower curtain business and we're getting into it in a big way. This next question. Russian comes from emily who asks deer hanging John. I almost missed my fight this morning. I didn't thank goodness but I realized I have no idea what to do if I miss a flight lights and fear Emily John. I feel like you have experience with this. I do too and I always feel a little bit like I don't know what to do. Yeah I feel like I've been naughty even if it's not my fault I always feel like. Oh they're mad at me but they're not they're trying to get through the day like everybody else is that there's two things you do you basically you either like stand in line at the counter at some customer service line or you you make a phone call and You get booked onto a different flight. Yeah and a lot of times. If it's not your fault they'll get you a hotel room or whatever it's not always the best hotel room one of my all time favorite day frank videos is the one where Delta Delta yeah put him in a room with a stranger where he like to share a room with double beds with the person he'd never met before feels that feels so like nineteen. Sixty couldn't do that. I feel like they can't early. They don't do it anymore by I've definitely been in some. I would say that my five worst hotel experiences of the twenty first century have all. I've been hotels chosen for me by air. What's yeah but it is a really good point that if the line is very long you might be able to call or go on the APP and re book yourself without having to talk to a person and that can speed things along and also increase your chances of getting a good flight but get in that line right away before you start doing that right because that line might grow very fast? The whole thing is very it is definitely stressful. It's yeah I mean travel is always comes with its complications as tank and I are about to find out since we're going on tour. Yeah a bet will have already happened. I believe this episode comes out. We are masters of marketing. If you wanted to see us arturo already happened and our shower. Curtain is not yet available if you wanted to see us in Atlanta or Raleigh or not compete so sorry that that's in the past. Now you need the fame.

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"aldam" Discussed on Sports Wars

Sports Wars

12:14 min | 3 years ago

"aldam" Discussed on Sports Wars

"So one of the things is Ahah Thomas does with coaches other players as they devised this informal system. I don't think it was super detailed. But it's your physically manhandling. Michael Jordan year after year. But was it at all risky philosophy for the pistons to sort of fully dedicate their force to one single player? The pistons really did that at an assessing the Celtics are there rival the Celtics. They're looking for. They wanna throw in the Celtics not worried particularly on the bulls. Jordan scores a lot of points. But so odd they're beating him. So all the sudden, you know, the bulls led by Jordan or coming from nowhere. And they're about to upset the pistons who now had established themselves as the favorites the title. So the take home court advantage in that series in the conference finals, and then go home win a game two to one and that I had been tinkering with this in his mind that we've got. Come up with a system where we devote all our defense to stopping Jordan, because the other guys are either immature or not at a level. And he convinced his Chuck Daly to coach, the give this a try when they get down to one because, you know the they lose the next game three to one, they're probably out and the bulls pulled upset, and who knows what happens made isn't that there's never a championship for the pistons. And so, that's when the Jordan rules. What's with the came known as Jordan rules defense, which really was just a series of, of double teams and traps that wherever Jordan, went just to get the ball out of his hands. And if you look back at that series once the pistons went into that, that defense, which was not a formalized thing, but it's, it's sort of all most was drawn up on napkins at desperation, a bulls couldn't score ninety points and it became just the domination of the pistons over the bull. So the next couple of years that year in the next of aiming at Jordan. So Jordan, obviously reacts poorly. To losing to the pistons year after year after year in the playoffs and no he drives himself even harder to get better in the off season. And then he famously he's getting on his teammates, emotionally and physically mentally, he's, he's humiliating them as they start to make their championship runs. Eventually was there a switch that got flipped that caused this attitude from Jordan, or was he always always sort of wired to lead through force? I think the the edgy had was always the competitiveness. And that was always within the in back, North Carolina, and his freshman year Sports Illustrated came in do a cover story and Dean Smith, Michael off of that picture, wasn't on the, on the cover of because he was a freshman at that was another one of those things that Jordan held against Dean Smith of the years. So that, that motivated him. And when he came in as a freshman, he, he used to dunk on worthy, and Perkins and right on a on a chalkboard. Keep a tally running. Tally of how many times he dunked over them. So there was brash outside on the basketball court. It was a brash attitude. He wasn't like that privately a lot. He was kinda shy when he came in a little bit and as a famous story in high school. Greg never thought he would be girls would like them and he took home, Ed courses, because he felt he'd always have to live my himself because he didn't think he has handsome women wouldn't find him attractive, again, looking back a hard to believe. So he had his nature in, but then because his star was growing at such a level in the visually because he's scoring so many points in so spectacular. And that combined with the marketing, which was driving a wedge between him and the and the other great players because, you know, guys like magic and is Asia are winning and more popular for longer with Jordan's getting all these endorsements. And so these, these rivalries grown as well. But at the same time he's not winning. So he's being compared to these other players and say, well, yeah. You know, they don't score as much as you but they win you're a loser and nothing. Drove Michael got more upset than being branded as a loser as a failure. And so when he gets compared to magic and say, we'll Magic's a winner. You're a loser. He he's just growing tremendously frustrated about this and sort of lashing out. What can you do any Sutton look around his famous line was it's a lot easier to, you know, make James worthy and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar better. I and I'm trying to make you know, trials Davis and Joon Aldam better. How am I supposed to make them better? They stink you know. So Jordan is taking his frustrations out on his teammates because he's feeling that, you know, they're not up to what the bulls need to do what he needs to do to be able to win compete. And, you know, the story these myths about is AM about bird about magic that their winners, and he's a loser. We hear a lot about great players. Even most recently, LeBron James as a basketball savant, they're able to solve problems diagnose, and sort of be creative in ways that people aren't thinking about would you describe at this time, so round nineteen ninety hundred ninety one as they start to get over the hump, would you describe Michael in that way? Or is there still sort of a rawness to him? We romanticize that a lot with the great players is, you know, as Larry bird's eye q, you know, higher than, you know, whomever, I'm sure there's a lot of high Q players who just can't make shot at as as often as guys. But Michael, it did have a special. I mean, he picked up the triangle offense almost immediately and Michael would learn since you, he has kind of a photographic memory. So he would learn other teams plays as well as his plows. And so they'd be on the court. I remember he used to do this, with Gary Payton all time Peyton would forget the plays. And he would tell Peyton okay? George Karl wants. You hear now you're going to run a heist role there. And then you go to the corner. And so he would, you know, in his way of taunting he would he would tell the players when they're kinda turned toward the coach with the plays. They say no, no. You're supposed to be over here and you hit there and then you cut through. So he knew his place he knew their plays. And so I don't know. Is that is how much level of genius that is? But what he is was just a natural basketball talent. So he has a ton of freedom under Doug Collins in the first part of his career and Phil Jackson takes over. He and Tex winter lead assistant, install the triangle offense Jordan with this high Q. Does he see the need that okay? I am the clear number one scoring option. But we need to adjust how we do things to at least have a chance at, you know, throwing change up at the pistons throwing change of the league's best teams was he accepting of, of that need to. To install something new. No, it wasn't not at all. He was very dubious about it. He he filled with an assistant with the bulls for two seasons and he wasn't close with Michael at all. In fact, I think Phil told me one time in his first two seasons with the bulls, but he only talk with Michael once Phil was saying, telling Doug in these things that we can't win a championship. If this guy continues to score thirty five twenty points a game and our offense is predicated like that with everybody a load up on it. So Doug said, well, why don't you go tell them? And so filling over and then he told my going, and Michael shook his head and said, that's interesting. And, and that was the extent of it. So then if the eighty nine season which was a shock because they had gone to the conference finals had this big upset, the Doug is fired. And Phil takes over as coach Texas billionaire as assistant, but head right at the getting the Collins didn't believe in, in the triangle, triple post system. So fell says to Michael, we're gonna have you're gonna have to we're going to introduce this kind of style of play. And he brought in elements in that first season eighty nine ninety he didn't. He didn't throw it at the team he started. Introducing just elements in concepts of it. And I remember Mike of the beginning of the season saying how give it three games. But if it don't work after that I'm scrapping. And so it became a struggle in tremendous tug of war, but it became an on going struggle. Michael was basically. Challenging fail as challenges. Everybody say, all right. Well, if you think this is better in this work. Let's see. And so, you know fail as needing to prove to him that of at this is going to work. So the getting a little better that getting a little better but not winning. And really, you know the turning point now only because they beat the pistons that year but it was the year. They went on to win the title ninety one. So to get the conference finals with inevitable matchup with the Troy and game on the bulls had the best record that season is I had gotten surgery January and missed a couple of months he was back now. But so the bulls had the best record in the home court. So the first game there in Chicago. And they go out ahead. And then pistons catch up in it now it's within a pointer to go into the fourth quarter. And Phil was always consistent on, on Michael's rest. The always rest of the start of fourth quarter I four minutes, five minutes, depending on circumstance, and so he takes my glad, and it looks like the pistons or about the, you know. And the reserves, come in, and, and, you know, they hold off the pistons stretch out the lead to double digits, and that was the piffle for Michael that, that made the point that answer, in fact, when he when he when he coined term I supporting cast began to call call the rest of my supporting cast, but that was the epitome for him that if he did a little less and other guys rebel do more. They had more talent than the pistons, and that was sort of kickoff point, not only for on the record winning six titles in eight years. But in Michael's belief that this is the way to play in this work. And then he became like Kobe later on years when they're fail then he became an advocate of the triangle and the triple pulse at this was not only a way to play this was the way to play. An and this was the way. And, and that was the system of play. That carried them all through the nineties. So after they get over the hump they win ninety one. They win in ninety two and obviously it is the dream team in the summer of ninety two it's almost hard to believe even now with championships with the stardom that he has that he feels that Michael Jordan feels so strongly about Isiah Thomas and keeping him off the team with a team filled with guys. He already wants to destroy every night and does destroy every night and it's clear that is area is in on Michael's level anymore. Is it crazy that he still harbours that or is that just sort of what makes him maniacal partially echo? But that's also sort of the depth of why this fuse was was. There was nothing like it in history of sports, in this was Shakespearean this, this was the Capulets and the Montagues that Jordan, harbored this all these years, not only his Asia, and the pistons that treatment with the pistons Isaiah. With the alleged freeze out and all that he didn't technically keep is AO off the team. I it probably was more Chuck Daly, that, that, when Chuck submitted his list of players, they anticipate on and Mike go because of Nike and because of, you know, the circumstances that team in the overall pressure from the NBA he he was gonna play, but he wanted is aimed at the believe that he was keeping out. So he was willing to go to the point even to, to look to look like the bad guy in the black hat to the public, just to make the point to Isaiah that see I'm gonna get out still going to get you and get you back for all this. And to me, that's what made this, this feud transcendent among any that's ever been..

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"aldam" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"aldam" Discussed on ESPN FC

"As made him into this warrior on the field, and he comes over, and he picks him up this utility, man. This man for all seasons. This guy that can slot in at fullback that can starting center mid the compay anywhere for this team. And he picks him up a of credit like he he it was almost I thought he was going to whip him in his arms and do go full officer and a gentleman with just carry them off the field, but he was exhausted through the the empathy. That's created between manager Marino perfectly. You a lot of people roll. There is a lot of people roll their eyes about Klopp, the charisma the laugh, the hugs all that this team is fighting and dying. And it wasn't the first choice team will that's what makes it so amazing. And it's something that I I actually mentioned last week that I wanted to bring up again today because I said one thing for Liverpool is that you have a team of unsung heroes. When Sala is out when from you know is out. Income's evacuee who scores two goals? Like you said when Aldam not starting the game comes in as a sub at halftime scores. Two goals. Like if I told you before the game that Liverpool going four no with I mean, maybe say a Riga gets one. But like who's guessing that these are? Here's you think. Maybe Monica hat trick. Maybe Milner converts a penalty like this is for these two guys to step up in the way that they did it's it's a testament not just to them. But it's a testament like you said to your who he instills this in every member of the team. I'm watching when that game ended because the game was was riveting unto itself, but you couldn't turn it off because the scenes that Enfield afterwards really were truly memorable. And you're watching Uragan go from player to player. You know, you get players who are as meaningful to them as Allison and Mani and he's hugging them. And then he's going over to people that you, you don't know you don't even recognize people. And he's hugging them in the same way. And like you can tell every person on that club. Feels a sense of purpose. Of belonging. We in our interview with Bruce Grobbelaar, he talks about Liverpool. When I asked him. What is this feeling this? You know, these European nights? He says the thing about it is it is truly a family. And I don't know if that if there was a period of time when it went away. I don't mean for that to be an indictment on the managers who have been there in the year sense. Some of them are former Liverpool men this. But for whatever it is that went on in those past years your Klopp. If there is this family feeling around the club. He has brought it back. There is no question about it. And you see it on the faces of every one of those players after the game. No, I totally agree on them. It was really emotional. Because there's there's such a connection between the fines and the players that has somehow endured in modern era where the players don't live down the road from you. And they don't go to the buyer, and they don't go to the same shops as you. So you have to create something some kind of link with. Team and somehow Klopp has managed to do that and Klopp is very aware of this. Remember when they used to come on the field. Remember they had a draw last year against West Brom when they're fighting for top four ADR. Oh, and they they snatched a draw from from defeat regular season game. And they go down Klopp like Concon, and they clap the cop, and you're like, oh, my Godin burst. Like, it's West Brom Kamanga ice..

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"aldam" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"aldam" Discussed on Caught Offside

"But I have to say that for me, these Ramon Tara has one name Jurgen. I think this is not about tactics. This is not about philosophy. This is about heart and soul, and fantastic empathy. That he created that group of players. They they they had the risk of finishing a fantastic season without nothing to celebrate. And now, they are one step from being European champions. And and I think you're gonna deserves was remarkable about that to me Andrew is he's just outlined everything that he was not much just United point. He can see it. So when we talk about Marino wanting to live in a constant state of fear. Maybe he doesn't have the charisma. Maybe he doesn't have the ability to make players want to die on the field for him. But there was a time. I mean, you hear from former Chelsea players that adored him Damian doll says it all the time he would have run through walls, but maybe somewhere along the line. He's he stopped doing that. Are he can't project in the way he used to? But but back to Klopp this is a unique chemistry. There was a moment. Right at the end where James Milner who? Is the to me of coaching Klopp coaching that he's taken this reared transfer that I trashed. And as made him into this warrior on the field, and he comes over, and he picks him up this utility, man. This man for all seasons. This guy that can slot in at fullback that can start center mid the compay anywhere for this team. And he picks him up. A Miller cryan like he he it was almost I thought he was going to rip him in his arms and do go full officer and a gentleman with just carry him off the field, but he was exhausted through the the the empathy that's created between manager Marino summed it up perfectly. You a lot of people roll. There is a lot of people roll their eyes about Klopp, the charisma the laugh, the hugs all that this team is fighting and dying. And it wasn't the first choice team will that's what makes it so amazing. And it's something that I I actually mentioned last week that I wanted to bring up again today because I said one thing for Liverpool is that you have a team of unsung heroes. You know, when Sala is out when from you know, is out. Income's diva Caridi. Who scores two goals? Like you said when Aldam not starting the game comes in as a sub at halftime scores. Two goals like. If I told you before the game that liberal we're gonna win four no with I mean, maybe say Riga gets one. But like who's guessing that these are? Here's you think maybe Monica it's a hat trick. Maybe milliner converts a penalty like this is for these two guys to step up in the way that they did it's it's a testament not just to them. But it's a testament like you said to your who he instills this in every member of the team. I'm watching when that game ended. Because the game was was riveting unto itself, but you couldn't turn it off because the scenes that Anfield afterwards really were truly memorable. And you're watching Uragan go from player to player. You know, you get players who are as meaningful to them as Alison and Monay. And he's hugging them. And then he's going over to people that you, you don't know you don't even recognize these people and he's hugging them in the same way. And like you can tell every person on that club. Feels a sense of purpose. A sense of belonging. We have in our interview with Bruce Grobbelaar. He talks about Liverpool. When I asked him, what is this feeling this? You know, these European nights? He says the thing about it is it is truly a family. And I don't know if that if there was a period of time when it went away. I don't mean for that to be an indictment on the managers who have been there in the year since some of them are former Liverpool men this..

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"aldam" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"aldam" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Kenny, folks, let me let me talk about entities and shot mentioned that way. Tom hood midtable team at best of nine right? Looking at Lindsey player read Yarmolenka Milenko sign, and she'll no surprise Simon is remarkable not which nine players oath. So I still expect Liverpool with engineers to I would say less key players to put on a performance than today. We mentioned we have Mark Ogden outside London stadium. Let's bring him in. Now was it as lifeless performance live from Liverpool as it looked on television. Mark. Also lifeless. I do think they missed they missed the spa. They don't let you again. I think against less than last week looks a little bit leggy. It was self game. The conditions were Greg is less than a hangover. I don't know. I just think all parts of the team look from three of the only guys scored the twenty three months. Sellable they let invention to I think at times when the injuries have been beginning of by the team is lucky in the big play. Climates with don't know what mill means you failed. The the really missed the Henderson album managing game manage image field. But you know, when they slide sell off of minimum on have to step up. Well, certainly saw I think salary is going up the ball a little bit. I think this needs to step up again, you know, Aguayo sits it plays rise in the challenges. Then sullenly step up a little bit. Stevie? We are looking at the US PFC player. Ratings for Liverpool today from our Glenn price. You agree with it about. Yes. Don't the Lana on is used to get sick. Because it doesn't do the bully. The one bully played who was to guy who was. So I mean, the biggest price keta. I really I'm shocked. I thought Liverpool would get a dynamic midfield of who could play posses. And who actually chip and we go. Yeah. That's not what we've seen. The lawn is not playing up to level. Kate does not playing level is the death of this team you concern. Well. To be able to play two guys and for beano and keta in the middle of the park when you missing headless in Milner. And when Aldam that tells you go strength and death. The problem is they have to produce and they didn't produce. From the front three basically who have seven and eight defenders around them. That's always going to be tough. Yes, we expect something special from on occasions. But that's always going to be tough. That means that you need something from somebody else and that front three today the middle three today produced nothing they give no help to the front three. What's the easy thing? Is these nothing some I think it will be thrown out there that well Lestari bottle it I think that's just too easy to say. I think what we have here is a team that are. As only L affair Bree games to come the late. Most teams have injuries. I don't think that into do with Baltimore the moment going through some of the players and the boys talk tomorrow just not quite played with the same confidence in the flex one. Tourism quick positon its full in less. It's just not quite coming off. And they're gonna have to fight through this period and less. I don't remember anybody have say it was going to be easy. Even when lever PO had gotten knows never going to be easy to go over the lane so assist about in the last couple of games in particular behind them and moving on and trying to get some confidence back in the team. I don't think I think that's where you're going up comes in here. Nova case of buttoning sitting on the right now as you mentioned much the city had a similar spell through the middle of middle of December. This may be a lack of experience comes in. And we with this Liverpool team not having wanted and how you manage this. This lean spell everybody. Has them in every single season, regardless of where you finish. But no, given the history getting this this fall or this close for Liverpool having want it. How does he pressure? Tell and annot Mark spoke about this week's gone by Sydney onfield, do the crowd also play a part and kind of ramp up that pressure Mohammed Saleh and event for me. Especially for know today soon as he came off your basic like he hasn't done anything. Yeah..

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"aldam" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"aldam" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"Well, he that's that house. He went to thought the producer thought some producer was there was a vengeance killing or something. Apparently, it was an accident to go to the house. That's one of the theories Burr guardless, these are some fucking. Did you find it? It's never learn Aldam to. Yeah. His song cease to exist turned into never learn not to love. Yeah. Dude. They used chilling with the fuck impeach of her get. So what this is what I heard fucking you invite Manson the your party, and he comes with a swarm of these beautiful crazy hippie girls. Right. So he was always a co leader already a cult leader. And he was so charisma we had this like nice orbit of these beautiful Manson girls around him. And like, so he was getting you know, he was kind of like rubbing shoulders with folks like he was in it for a second. You know? And then. Yeah. So you happened this neighbor like all of a sudden they notice these like weird hippies doing cartwheels naked and shit. They weren't just up there. Like, they weren't even trying. They weren't even pretending to not be seen. They were doing like weird shit up there like hippy dances. You know, making out in the grass some of the more naked. But they were doing some. Creepy crawlies supposedly, which is like they would like break into people's houses and just go through their ship for fun. Like look at this, man. Look at this picture of this kid, man, crazy. Like that. And so yeah. And then they, you know, the murder started, right? But. It's a really interesting story when you realize that Manson actually had a brush with the potential for fame. Similarly, the same thing happened with fucking Bundy, man, he was a politician. He was like getting into politics a little bit. You know, like you see this like revolve school? Yeah. Yeah. It was a lawyer something somewhere it snapped like how now. See where the Manson family started wasn't in California. I think it was California southern California. He recruited bunch of how big were they add? I'm curious how many people he had this twelve eleven and then him so he had twelve people like the apostle. So like, wow. Jesus at twelve apostles. That's not. Yeah. California in the late sixties. I'm agean. It was more than twelve. I imagine. Like, you know, it's not like people like they're killing people up. There. Manson's crazy was more. Like, they're these crazy hippies with amazing acid up at Spahn ranch. You throw incredible parties, we should go. Hang out. Sure. Their lives wondering, that's where they were. Yes. Banri? I'm not sure. And then find out who was the director. 'cause I remember that she her name was Lancy Roman Polanski. And then he got in trouble for molesting a sixteen year old girl. That's right years later and these allowed back until the country. I knew there was just a lot. They took a baby however, still alive. They killed. You wanna hear the conspiracy theory Rosemary's baby pig on the right? Yeah. Be moving. You know, the conspiracy theory about it you wanna here early creek. Because again, when I say this, I don't believe it as -sarily issues like I like in spiracy theories in the way, I like mythologies, you know, it's interesting, you know, but one of the conspiracy theories about it is because they were shooting this sort of like, they got a little, you know, these days you see these possession movies. You know, they're basing the possession of Brittany Lindsey or whatever the fuck why like seven possession movies out there. The possession have manned of French. And it's just like there's this depiction of satanism in it or debt, the devil or spirits, and it just like watching that's such bullshit and somewhat like so Rosemary's baby supposedly a little too. They hit the nail on the head so to speak. They showed a little too much about like how some of the shit goes down. And because of that a message had to get sent which is like guys if you come to our party, don't put it on the screen, man. That's for your eyes. Only what are you doing? Were you doing research when you came to our black mass as for your eyes, only, you know, now you're gonna fuck and turn it in a movie? No, no, it meant that happened..

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