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"alphand" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod
"You cannot stop them. You cannot beat them you can only hope to contain and whatever the ravens won the game. It was a salad win and now we're one on one just like the rest of the league. I mean the way that it was celebrated if felt like the ravens won the super bowl. It's time to have a conversation about john. Harbaugh can't call his own plays when the pressure is the highest. It's absolute cap of the week. It deserves an oscar winning performance. What do you think. The video was advocated of him as lamar. If you watch you believe it was fabricate. I i promise you that that was not where you think somebody went on. Adobe promoter now said lama. Let me explain. Daniel stern two years ago. Twenty nineteen ravens fourteen. A to mars emmy. Pc's and this kid. Daniel stern start talking about analytics. Why do you go for fourth down. He is casey's best friends camp friends so we know about him. They start doing the math. And it's like it any fourth insured on at that point in the game you should go for. That's why they went in seattle. It's why they were. The numbers were determined before the drive even began like the thought. I said it before the drive. Even sorry i said do you go forth. And what and. Oddly enough they end up in a fourth. The one that decision was was headphone down from stern and roman before there was any consideration whether they're going for it and then harbaugh just likes to build a little confidence alamar. You wanna go for like. Do we really think bars going to be like no. i think we should punt it back to mahomes. We've we've played a lot of. Why ask him if the numbers were there. I asked you to think there is something to a little bit of like convincing him. it's his decision. It's his time to go get it. It's not like they didn't have that didn't happen the first time like this is the second time it's happened jack. It worth and the decision. I mean it was ballsy. But like i said to you like i said to. You can talk about lamar's arm. You can talk about his inaccuracy his ducks that he throws the guy's a hell of a coach. The guy's a health coach too big calls thus far in his career. I mean you beat the chiefs but let me ask you this hard to beat a team twice in this league. Who i mean. There's no guarantee we're gonna play them. There are five hundred football team. You know so who knows supposedly see that again. I look i have said. I've genuinely said i know we can beat the chiefs at some point. It needs to be a really good game. And yeah i mean that's a big if a if a blind squirrel and find another do. I have a lot of confidence. We could beat them again. Maybe not but yes i would prefer to. Beat the raiders lose to the chiefs and then we're all in four and the same narrative now feels like we've kinda cracked the code a little bit. how how. 'bout my is raiders. I told you upset of the week. I picked the raiders over the steelers but yet big win not as much. I super bowl but i think it did two things one. It avoided oh to start. That's huge and now you go to detroit and you can get to a good spot in the division at one And then second. I mean to bring back the bingo board like this kind of is i tweeted. It's knocked off every narrative. There is about lamar except for one thing. There's one thing left. He can't play exactly. That's it though. The playoffs stuff is done. Playing from behind done like were down. Eleven and a fourth can't beat the chiefs in mahomes can't do you know blah blah blah blah blah blah. It's now he can't throw. And truthfully i'm perfectly fine with that one because any ravens fan knows it's just silly He's actually look pretty good throwing the football the what i died. He's looks really good. throwing the football. I mean everything's relative. Yeah so it's like now and can only regress because you can't be the mvp lamar can only go out. Because he because passing yards. But i think he was actually pretty pretty good there on the football Over the first su- games with time and they protection in week to the one the the pig sex was just funny more so than his fault. Walk in slept was bad timing. The the the second interception though was legitimately the worst throw decision and play all wrapped in one of his entire career. That was done fat. Like i have never seen him do that before he was definitely pressing a little and then after that he settled in and play. Just fuck. i mean this guy is out. I told you this pay him. I don't care. I'm done with the roll stuff. One guy wins the super bowl. It's fucking tom brady and the rest of us have to suffer through you score. Thirteen points. alphand's can't score a point. The eleven eleven. The dolphins can't score point like our guy is fun to watch. He's electric. i we lost. We lost guy stud devante. Atoms wants to be a raven base office. Press conference and things are good in baltimore. Said he watched twenty five minutes to lamar jackson highlights before their monday. Night football game. He just wants to be a raven last dance. You don't want to be with cranky. Rogers you wanna be with lamar jackson. And by the way for not being able to throw hollywood brown put up some pretty nice numbers to start the season. I said it to you. I was always very much against hollywood brown. I said to you when i saw him week. One take the field. Had i known he switched number five. I would have been a lot more bullish on the guy and his bit assange number to either receive right now in the league. But i still don't like these single digits. I like him. My brain is not built. Your brains gonna need like a decade so before we wrap ravens chiefs. There's one thing we need to address It's the man the myth the legend. The lamar jackson staffer daniel sorensen made. It made a few big place. But lamar listen to this podcast. Because that was the most disrespectful stiff arm. I it wasn't even like a strong stiff are an open ham smack to daniels orange head and when he did that it was just so funny that he did that. Lesson you can. You can get lucky and beat a team twice a year ago. Give you that but where you lose me is. Dan is beating the lamarche. Stop of listen if we see the chiefs again. Odds are there in their favor but.
"alphand" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast
"Much big concentric lifts. You can kill the base shore. And in upright running, these guys make use of the backside action of the sprint cycle. They pull themselves forward with their poster chain. They have limited bounce aloma time on the ground in a relatively short time. The I think you'll allyson Felix. You'll Michael Johnson snow alive shown me, but. What's important here when you compare these types? It's not just about shapes and positions. It's more so how they produce force being backside. doesn't mean you don't have any frontside that just needs. You're putting yourself forward rather than bouncing So in terms of how these guys might train generally need a high on volume. Of running in that program in each put many steps down multiple times a week to tap into that economy benefits they get an is often encouraged. High levels of lactate based running intensive tempo special enjoyed speed enjoys. With these F. as often, they have to be fit before they foucault. Along to show organization would probably well this this subgroup? And they don't generally need acceleration speed works. It's not as insurance. Rava. If way more time is spent doing long volumes running. If you look large volumes of accent, speedwork as well you, you'll run into problems. From a jump in perspective again, you Catholic, the volume, but. Elastic endurance routines, what quite well of these guys nor Reutemann series ultimate bounding for long distances forty to eighteen years whever feeds. They're calling me well in Jim Gin. You have to be careful with this so many times I've seen these metabolic geniuses become ruined by. Coaches chasing numbers. These athletes don't need to be that strong. Do enough to get a moti units online. They stopped by Nova borden. Big Levels. hypertrophy starts okay. You get into trouble. Similar to the last guy guys in a sense, you know the the full range of insistence walk is good for. Some of them tend to be a bit more long longer in stringy, so it's good for that tendon, Alphand, because of the metabolic gifts doing some strengthen Jordan's Wacko power insurance worked for sockets or wherever one help these as make these robust but also. Will give them some general strength, but it needs to do. I need to track. So! That's kind of generally will find. Each country looks like from what works. And it's not doesn't mean I'm addressing witnesses but. It's probably oems you might typically say. For sure, that was those a lot of information in one shot so I look. Let's unpack that also for people listening to make Shaw mentioned this and the pre roll to. We'll have videos for these athletes in the show, so make sure you guys are going to just fly sports com checking out. The show notes that we'll have video, so you guys can see what's going on here because it's I think if you coach track or watch sprinters alive like Oh, yeah, frontside backside mechanics. I get it, but yeah so. So, let's let's get into that. And hopefully we can describe it pretty well along the way the first follow up. I have for you is really a little bit more of a general one before we get into some specifics and that's I mean this is something I think about whether working with track athletes, or or even swimmers, which I work with swimmers a lot these days I think about those first three categories of the Niro typing system, the the one the one be, and then the to A. which if people haven't listened that podcast definitely, check it out, but the one as being the more power, the one B being elastic and the to a kind of being the Metabolic Hybrid And the I don't think a type. Three is probably ever going to be in the hundred meter final. If you know whatever that exact combination is. Would you say that fits pretty close with that Niro typing style? You know if you were to call it that or to try to you know again. I don't necessarily I'm becoming a little less fan of really trying to solidly put athletes in a box and say we're exactly you, but you know from a general perspective. Would you say that fits up pretty well with those three? Yeah this this this sunny big cross, his Errand Chris good job of describing what and I think for each, probably, if each big physical capacity, you know, speed strength endurance that probably exist in each of them, so for this one I've simply described Max Philosophy, and how you might type to make someone foster, but how that might exist for making someone run a ten K all be fit enough to play a game of soccer or rugby will probably have their own type things in important to distinguish. Simply for these guys I'm I'm talking about about maximum amount. sprinting sprinting is the most important thing the sprinting, but sprinting is the most important for these other sports. I'd encourage people to kind of look at those critically and decide what type of face you have, because as I mentioned. In in different sports, you have different styles. I mean in in Tennis I. Use the example of Robin Don will federal to massively different styles of playing and again to play those styles. You have to train very each athlete very differently, so I think for for different sports, you've. Taken this may be a pinch of salt and critically think about those I feel like the sports, too. Probably comes a lot of the style. Pike comes from the type of Athletes Nidal is probably more of a concentric or the one eight type pure, perhaps whereas Federer is probably more. Further down the chain. That's for sure is not you know he's not like Kristen Coleman. He's he's a technical guy. You know extremely technically and you. You'd think that the playing style probably came off like Nidal just more force more a little more throwing himself around the court. May maybe comes from not having you know whatever your gifts are. You probably develop. You're playing around that to some extent to imagine. A We talked briefly about. The athletes training history is as well and I think this will influence a little bit in the example I used. It's a had enough. That was very much trained. As a as a metabolic type, so he kind of exhibited those characteristics, and enough as previous training, history will will. Will influence doesn't mean that they will always be that type of life, but it might. Also mean you might need to have. A bit of that stuff always in the program. Even if they might be concentric FA, they needed of that stuff to make me sick. Yeah, I work with just doing the strengthening dishing work, but for a guy who was the Olympic gold medalist in the 100-meter-freestyle.
"alphand" Discussed on Archives of Fabella
"Most climbed the hill overlooking Eric Khoo to see us prowling colony hugging the shores of a lake smoke billowed out of their heads and blackened animal. Meat Hung over there. Fires assorted stone tools. Tore into the rich soil and children played along the Rolling Hills. These humans had chosen well close to freshwater lots of wheat and excellent sources of vegetation. Not Far Away. The area nice and open allowed them to see predators coming for miles. She wished her travel. Forefathers had chosen this territory instead humans were just as strong as elves. They were only treated as a lower class of animal because they lack the L. Superior hearing and agility this particular settlement had made a remarkably strong colony for themselves so close to the Gulf of Adel Nashes whole body tensed up at the sight of the human settlement most nodded to her canine companion. Yep I'm scared too. Frightened or not most had a job to do Matiur Baby Lou where securely situated on her back she ventured into the camp. It was hard not to notice a number of is watching her every move. This settlement was anything like her tribes. The chieftains quarters would be toward the center. She would have to March there to find the leader on her way. She caught sight of a wheelbarrow laden with succulent fruits and vegetables from nearby jungle. The goblins feeble imitation with their wheel. Attached to a basket paled in comparison to the humid superior hollowed out tree trunk fixed on an elegantly crafted. What an wheel is followed the spinning wheel as its human master. Piloted it through the camp. It was more than just a technological leap forward. It was a masterpiece. A Hen motza snapped out of her trance. Just in time to realize that she was about to touch the wheel. She looked up to see a boy with a Flora crowned to one side towering over her with an ugly black haired girl on his arm. Who are you inquire the boy? Nash spared her teeth. Men seized their weapons and women jumped back with ear piercing Wales Stat. Most held up her hand to the spear tips and bamboo arrows surrounding her. I trust this animal with my child's life. She poses no threat to any of you. Put Down your weapons. The board gave a curt nod with his sharp Chin and his brothers lowered their spears. Nash still maintained her defensive stance her tail rigid and her lips curl back into a low. Snarl the boys drinkers smooth to the peach fuzz on his upper lip? Come to my tent. Mosa didn't make a move. I'm looking for your teeth. I am he my tent now ordered the boy chieftain bring the Alphen most expected someone a bit older the Young Eric. Chieftain looked like he was about to thirteen years old still too young to even grow a beard regardless he carried himself with a proud sense of maturity beyond his years the boy chieftain escorted Mosa into his tent and introduced himself as Chief. Schuss of the Eric Ooh tribe must have had to bite her lip to keep from laughing. What has brought you here. Tribe has lost much of our farmland due to Mount Cabanas eruption. In the north. I come to seek the secret to your wheel. His eyes narrowed. And how could are? We'll help you are remaining. Food is too far away from camp. The distance is killing us. If we just had your wheels we could transport more food quicker and easier. The wheel is our most cherished asset shoes pastor violent his tent. I'm sure you're aware that my people are viewed as weak. I am my tribe is treated poorly by other people as well so did most desperately trying to strike up a deal based on common ground so you can relate. My wheel is the only thing we have to prove. We're not animals. Shoes Tustin apple to most of which she graciously accepted. We have to protect it. Melissa suddenly became very nervous. Shoes went on as he died on an apple of his own. The only reason you're not dead is because you have that beast Nash. Sad vigilantly next to Mosa confident and proud. Alphand's are vicious. Canine race wants domesticated. They could be quite beneficial to our hunters. Choose got down to business. So here's the deal. Show me how to train elephants and you can have my wheel. Train them. Mussa thought of Nash as an equal. Mata trained pet. Is there? Anything else I can do. That's my offer. Take it or we'll cook. The baby over the fire threatened Schuss. Most of had no choice but to agree. Wild elephants apparently cost to the human settlement much distress by killing their young and absconding with meat in the night. The young chief was hell bent on training villas canines for his tribes. Use with little success. Sino Griffin's flew too fast to be caught barong where to fierce sea. Wolves were confined to the water. On things consider domesticating the Alphand was the best option. They were a skilled hunters swift and courageous and would help the humans achieve a foothold in the valley. Humans have been stuck with the untamed wild animals of Bella for far too long and was dead set on ending that found tradition. Mosa got the uneasy feeling that she was about to help a very powerful species beacon supreme rulers of the valley but she had no choice in the matter. Chief shoes was an odd boy to work for. Insects seemed to be quite at home crawling around his face. He bragged about his beard is really just a thin layer of pizzas and the crown of bright yellow flower petals on his head trooped over his face. There was something vaguely menacing about the smile that he occasionally flashed top it off. Every time was a turned her back another anonymous girl with draped over his shoulder choose dumped three captured. Alvin pups in front of Mosa Begin. Most had no clue how to train the trio Valtin. Despite appearances Nash was not domesticated. She had simply learn to care for most enough not to bite her head off these new Alison pups. Had been badly abused. Nash rushed forward to lick the wounds of her. Brethren Moses Heart ached for the poor creatures. They're only mistake. Had Been picking the wrong tribe to steal. Fruit from everybody was hungry. No one man nor beast should be sentenced to a lifetime of servitude for trying to survive. I need food said Mosa. Shoes folded his arms. After you domesticate them you want my help. Then get me something with meat. Mosa demanded for someone who claimed not to have enough food to share shoes. Had His daily girlfriend. Fetch a cooked carcass. Amazingly Fast Moses stripped off five sections of meat from the carcass. Three went to Alvin and to to Nash. The three young elephants quickly gobbled up their meat. Nash nudged her pieces over to them as a mother would what was the point of that demanded. Schuss. Earning THEIR TRUST. Mosa walked away. Shoes rushed to interceptor. Where are you going to sit by the fire? It's getting cold. Shoes planted his feet refusing to let her pass not so fast. We had a deal which I am trying to do. But it's not going to happen overnight. It takes time. How much asked shoes most pulled a date out of thin air? A couple days. You'd better not be trying to buy time. Why would I do that? I'm trying to get back to my try before. They all starve snapped Mosa. Nothing is more important than saving everyone. I love.
"alphand" Discussed on Archives of Fabella
"It's the year five hundred. Motha is a troll. Living in a farming community at the base of dormant volcano called Mount Caban with her newborn baby now having a volcano on a tropical island. Such as this is sort of like Chekhov's gun sooner or later that sucker is going to erupt and it's absolutely what happens here as Monica. Bam Goes Well Cubbon. Mosa is lucky to escape with her life but survivors of her. Little community are thrust into your precarious existence. Where all their crops are destroyed and they don't have the ability to transport large quantities of food to sustain their daily life. It's on a hunt when day. That Mo- says baby is almost devoured pie. An Alpha N- Alpha are Fox like canine species closely related to dragons. Mosa is able to rescue her baby but a hunter in her party isn't so lucky. As the animal sinks it claws into the troll enters flesh the rest of the hunters chased the animal away. Mussa hugs her bb close as the Alphand vixen races off through the black into land a few days pass before an automatic colony of goblins arrived. These goblins are in bad shape. My guys have had all their food taken and have been viciously stripped of most of their possessions by the chieftain of the error coup tribe. Just so they can have one curious a disc shaped piece of technology hitherto undiscovered Mussa. Catch sight of this odd contraption and as told by a Goblin nece that it's a wheel. This wheel is the answer to the trolls problems. With the wheelbarrow they can quickly transport large quantities of food great distances to avoid from starving. But there's a problem. The Erica tribe is extremely overprotective of the wheels technology. To the point that they will kill anyone in the island imposition of it. Mosa isn't left with a lot of options in order to save her tribe. She has to journey to Eric. Su and to get permission from the chief to bring this wheel to her people. Mussa doesn't know the week. Error coup so Rosana a Goblin S. A. Gives her an. Elfin taught by the Goblins to guide her on her quest. It's the same. Elfin who killed the troll hunter days before was the names the vicious dog. Nash and they set off across the island. My girl carries her baby on her back. Sakata way a style. The entire way with Nash leashed to her rope in the first dog walk ever which is pretty bad. As if you ask me. It's a bit longer than one. Pass around the block but the awkward trio make good time and Nash is fortunately not much of a problem when she stops for the night. Mosa is attacked by a pack of green primates called V. Lie Nash Breaks Free of her tether and rescues most end. Herbie most is grateful toward Nash and stops seeing the Alvin Vixen as that beast and more of a companion the next day most of repays her debt to Nash. In a big way when she saves Nash from falling down a ravine into the current of rushing river water nash and Mosa are bonded to each other as equals from that point forward as they continue together toward Erico when they arrive they find the boy chieftain of Eriko. Shoes is very interested in this link between Mosa and Nash so much so that he promises Mosa use of the wheel if she trains a trio of Alphand. Pops like she did. Nash Muscle undertakes this task. Despite knowing that Nash isn't trained as much as shoes thinks training the pops takes weeks far longer than what most asset it would under pressure. Shoes won't let her leave with the wheel. And till the job is finished one morning Mosa awakes. To Find Nash is no longer by her side. She goes out looking for the dog only to come across a pack of Nasty Cock addresses on the hunt the veloce rafter like monsters heard Mosa and Schuss against a tree for their Alpha male. The Alpha is owned most traded. You tear into them when Nash Balance. Onto the scene to save the day national squares off against the Alpha male cocker trips. In an intense battle. Motza helps by throwing a stone to distract the Alpha just longing for Nash to sink her claws into the Caucasus and kill him to show his gratitude for being saved by Nash. Chief Shoes wordlessly permits. Mosa to leave with the wheel. This story closes with Mosa beginning her march back to her village in the great silver mountains with a baby on her back and four dogs at her side..
"alphand" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"It's Monday, April twenty nine hundred sixty year old victim of Saturday. Synagogue shooting is late to rest. The nineteen year old suspect is charged with murder and three counts of attempted murder on the house floor moment of silence and to call to action against gun violence and white supremacy. Arosh first of all right shoes indignation. The peaceful people of faith. Mike concerned himself with bases. The washer all federal officials say they foiled another violent assault this one by an Afghan war veteran who investigators say was planning to attack a scheduled southern California Nazi rally, but also considered targeting Jews churches, a military base for the Santa Monica pier. Mr. dimicco had requested the construction of improvised explosive devices, but she planned to use the attack will he or won't he testify to the House Judiciary committee attorney general William bar and democratic committee Jerrold Nadler at odds over the ground rules for parts scheduled Thursday appearance. And if he doesn't show then we will have to subpoena him, and we'll have to use. Whatever means we can't to enforce the subpoena with Yosemite as backdrop direct democratic presidential candidate data or work and veils five trillion dollar plan to combat climate change. Former vice? The president and democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden appears before a union audience and Pennsylvania for his first campaign rally and director John singleton who made one of Hollywood's most memorable debuts with poison the hood dies after suffering a stroke earlier this month from KPFA Berkeley, KKK, Los Angeles. This is the Pacific evening news with max Pringle. I'm Lena Alphand. Derek?.
"alphand" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"And democratic presidential candidate Cory booker's holding a campaign event Miami gardens police in Miami Dade fire rescue or on scene after getting reports of the building being struck. The victim's injuries are reportedly non-life-threatening the event is said to have gotten back under way, but several people have already left since the building was temporarily evacuated a man from Ohio is recovering after a flesh eating bacteria that nearly took his foot the disease called necrotizing fasciitis was caught by the man visiting his family in Tampa Bay. He spent the day near Weeden island hours later notices foot swelling, but was still able to fly back to the Dayton area. He did say his left foot started turning into a big black blister. Fortunately, doctors were able to save it. The CDC says there have been at least seven hundred to twelve hundred cases reported since twenty ten and they believe that may be an underestimate a body is found floating in a river in central Florida port orange police were called after some. Said they saw body floating in the Halifax. River officials say officers found the body about one hundred feet from the shoreline. An investigation is still ongoing Bryce Harper. Drove in his twentieth. Run of the season. Zack elfin went the distance on the mound as the Phillies. Cruise past the Marlins five to one in Philly Miguel row Haas pleaded the run for the fish who went to and four on their trip and are a major league worst eight and twenty overall Pablo Lopez allowed four runs in less than six frames to suffer the laws Marlins manager, Don Mattingly says this is a tough series loss after winning the opener win the game. One of four game said, yeah, you're looking at. That if you if you pitch which we Hosie gives a good game today's close enough if we generate but Mattingly says sack Alphand through well with Florida's news. I'm Bill Robins. I heart radio.
"alphand" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Wall Street Journal economics reporter, Harry a Tory Harriet how different or things today kids can go through a week without reading without really saying touching money. They might get the lunch to school using, you know, prepaid telephone cards gracie's might be delivered to the house with you know, people it or Amazon prime on. And if they want to buy something school supplies or anything like that. Again. They can they might just be ordering an online, and it's it's really it was really very curious talking to a lot of parents route about how the kids and try to shopping and money these days because things were detained. And and I think. In the same age. It seems like parents have to be deliberate about teaching kids about what actual caches coins from a young age 'cause they could potentially go through our lives without really having to. With some of the things that they told you what struck you a couple of things one was, you know, a little family. So that they could they don't really pay kids to the grocery store because they might do their shopping online, or perhaps, you know, I'm I'm starting to one woman who said Alphand likes to kind of escape and go to the grocery store. And so so, you know, the the the kind of magically appears in the house, which is which is interesting and. And another couple of things like a one of the fathers is paid to in the piece he was saying how during the holidays. Now, his kids will send him the wishlist Santa.
"alphand" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy
"Is that only list? All it is. Yeah. Which I didn't even think I realized because he just died the plane crash, right? God he did didn't he? Because he flew planes. I guess right. Yeah. He died in a plane crash. I was going to say at least it was old age. But it wasn't. Boston. Anyway, he was very talented. So that's Titanic and what you got lost one. I didn't have one at one dead, man. Oh, yeah. Jim jarmusch? We're talking about Jim jerem show. I like young did the score for that. Right. Young. Did that? That's right. Yeah. Yeah. It was Neil young. I liked that movie. Also because the whole thing is basically scored with just electric guitar. I think is you've seen that movie. Right. Yeah. So. Johnny Depp's good. I think Tom waits is in that as well. Much is in the few his movies, right? I think so it would make sense when I was a teen. All right, man. This was great Alliot really was around this off. I know I'm kinda cheesy. But I had a few good ones. See with also. Slumdog millionaire. I loved him. He's for that. I think it captures that Indian heritage and culture, very well. And then em I am gets thrown in the music, very powerful. A R. And I don't know who that is not the noodles like, okay. The musician. But I think that's quite beautifully done the line. Good score. Yeah. The Lion King, which is also hands, Emma? Not again, the Elton John's tracks remember the whole circle of life. But the home, Bah. Can't for the and they're bringing it back for the live action. Re. I didn't know why the calling live action because it's basically just like a a new animated movie with awesome CGI king. I think that's the only film that he ever won an Oscar for house. Oh, Hans did he for The Lion King? I think he won for the line king. I think that's the only Oscar he's gotten. I that's crazy. But I bet you right. That's crazy. That's true. I think so I'm going to look it up and see. Which is another one on this crazy things because he's done so many massively influential scores, and he really sculpted the direction of of film scores. I watched a concert. That's on Netflix of his right? I watch the entire thing was incredible. That's cool. I can't I can do that with him. I can do that with John Williams. Honestly, even like Moriconi could sit through like two off our concept. This has been a lot of fun, man. I enjoyed myself. I hope you have to. Yeah. Definitely. This is great talking scores. And you know. Okay. So I mean, John Williams again, E T I conic. You got a big list? I'm always crazy. I done Kirk on there. That's incredible. That music is a great score in credits. It's really good is nominated for that. He was. That's right. Drastic pot. We mentioned oh, Danny Alphand. Be righteous. Yeah. I love that score. I'm not actually the biggest fan of any elfin everything. He does sounds the same to me it it's quirky and with but in a different kind of way, I guess than likewise Anderson's guy does. But Beetlejuice, I love that school. It's different. Yeah. No, let's go to I like a lot of his earlier scores like Beetlejuice acquis Eoghan Edward Scissorhands this great speaking. That's pretty good right are nightmare before Christmas. Is a great Serai. That's very iconic. Yeah. Whereas I feel like his later scores sound less like Danny elephants specifically because he did like one of the spider man's. I think right. I think so any did the and heated a Batman Dini. He did do the back new madman, which I think is quite good. And but it doesn't sound like that early. I mean, obviously, obviously can't at all. It'd be terrible. But I liked that original sound of his I had to mention him as well. Because elephants eclectic and Beetlejuice, I love actually, I only have one more and this guy's very contemporary. Michael jiechi?.
"alphand" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"That report from up fronts. Justin gold Human Rights Watch today released its annual report on the state of human rights around the world and struck a hopeful note, the group's twenty nineteen World Report says coalitions of states civic groups and everyday citizens are confronting repressive. Leaders worldwide Matisse truly a reports Human Rights Watch raised the alarm about countries with autocratic leaders executive director. Kenneth wells ticked off the action of demand put in in Russia, which the one in Turkey and Victoria. Among others. But he said the good news is the global cash back against autocrats. These days the autocrats tend to capture the headlines, but what really struck us at Human Rights Watch. As we look back over the past year has been the pushback that those autocrats have spawned. What we've seen is that people who are defending human rights democracy and the rule of law have really stepped forward that they have been enraged by these attorney and trends, and they've taken upon themselves as individuals and governments to act in this powerful counter attack, in our view is the real news the past year, the uncovered news that we'd like to highlight with this report human rights Walsh. Also, put this on the immigration policy of President Donald Trump saying he's violating immigrants' rights. I mean, the case of the United States, it's imposing artificial impediments on the right to seek asylum. Trump demonize is these caravans leading Central America's major threat to the United States. Now, these are just people fleeing violence in the US is in places like Honduras, or El Salvador, right? They have every right in the world to present themselves at border-crossing and say I want to seek asylum. I'm Trump is trying to make a difficult by slow walking the hearing of those asylum cases, so they're sitting there in Tijuana or other Mexican border towns unsafe when they should be admitted right away. So they can have their claim hurt the reports as the United States likes behind other countries in key aspects, it's eight thirty states deal all of the death penalty. Police officer killed almost nine hundred people this year and the criminal Justice system discriminates against African Americans. The report also noted an increase in the number of age crimes that Human Rights Watch. His can it was said what's taking back the house of representatives in the midterm elections. And the demonstrations against the nomination of supreme court Justice Brad Kavanagh of show, the resilience of democracy leader is a we show from Hungary walking Human Rights Watch. She says demonstration in December under the sign of people rising. Yep. Against repressive laws. The adoption of the so-called slave law in December with the final straw for thousands of Syrians who again have taken to the streets. The law was prompted by the need to address the shortage of workers in the country resort resulting in large part due to an exodus of hundreds of thousands of Hungarians abroad. We'll come to point where people in Hungary seem to seem to say enough is enough. Tens of thousands of Hungarians from all walks of life have taken to the streets across the country. Demanding that this particular slave lobby scrapped. But they're also calling for a free press an end to corruption and for the restoration of an independent judiciary. The report bemoaned the lack of response by democratic governments to repressive policies around the world, but it find hope in the reactions by people around the world confronting that preparation for KPMG news. I met you. The African Union issued a surprise last-minute demand for Congo's government to suspend announcement of final results have the disputed presidential election. The African Union cited serious doubts. Congo's constitutional court is poised to rule as early as tomorrow on a challenge filed by the elections declared runner up Martin fi you Lou has requested a recount he alleges fraud. The African Union statement said African heads of state and governments agreed to urgently dispatch a high level delegation to Congo to find a way out of the post electoral crisis in the vast central African nation Congo faces. The extraordinary situation of an election allegedly rigged in favor of an opposition candidate fi. You accuses the administration of outgoing President Joseph Kabila of falsifying the results to declare opposition leader Felix disa- Keti the winner after the rule. Alling party candidate did poorly. But fi you fi-. You Lou has cited figures compiled by the influential Catholic churches, forty thousand election observers that found he won sixty one percent of the vote he alleges that President Kabila engineered a back room deal, which is a kitty in order to thwart anticorruption efforts in a country with vast mineral wealth, two sets of leak data show that fi you won the election by a landslide. That's according to an investigation published this week by Radio, France, Internationale and other media working with the Congo research group, all the election results, not just the presidential ones have been widely questioned after Kabila's ruling coalition won a majority in legislative and provincial votes. While it's presidential candidate finished a distant third. This is the Pacific evening. News on KPFA. Berkeley, KPFK Los Angeles KFC Fresno with neck sprinkled. I'm Eileen Alphand dairy. Everyone. This is Brian Edwards, and I'm cat Brooks. Weekday mornings, we host upfront two hours of conversation about what's in the news, and what should the politics technology prisons? Police what's happening in city hall, and at the state house in Washington and in the streets that starting at seven AM right after democracy now on up front. Area. Labor.
"alphand" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"Justice activists sit in at the office of Senate Democratic minority leader Chuck Schumer calling on him to back a green new deal and a new report on human rights violations around the world decries, the increasing power of autocrats, but finds comfort in the rise of popular resistance from KPFA, Berkeley and KPFK, Los Angeles. This is the Pacific evening news with MAC Springall. I'm Eileen Alphand dairy. President Trump took apparent revenge on democratic house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi today denying her the use of military aircraft fray trip to Afghanistan and Brussels amid the partial federal government shutdown in his letter to Pelosi Trump called the trip a public relations event and wrote that quote, we will reschedule this seven day excursion when the shutdown is over Trump added. It would be better if Pelosi were in Washington negotiating with him and joining the quote, strong border security movement to end the shutdown it appeared to be a slap backup Pelosi for her suggestion to Trump to postpone his state of the union address so long as the partial government shutdown drags on house intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff who was to join Pelosi. Likened Trump's action to that of a fifth grader with motivation.
"alphand" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Always catch him staring. No I've seen if you were going to get through the read without the paper. The paper time we has become a really good player that he came in. He showed up like us. Just the next beer for about a half a second. We had a conversation who is better or trout than we realized that was crazy. And we went back to having a kind. Then Puig was do you get rid of him? Do you not your rhythm? See he's he's a good player. He's a guy you wanted to. I don't get that. I just I don't know. Maybe maybe I'm just I don't know a guy that's not caught up in Satistics. I'm caught up in performance in playing and being on a winning team. Always been that way. That's all that really matters is or you winning you guys like my truck. Yeah. All he's the greatest baseball player. Evidently, he's gonna be this. Winning. Nothing means nothing to me. Well, I wouldn't I wouldn't go that far because baseball key unladen. No baseball different. Unlike long. No, it's like football too. You can have one guy you could be Keyshawn Johnson. The ball. You're not gonna I didn't have no quirk next. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it's just it. If Mike trout goes in hits three fifty and thirty five home runs, and drives it in one hundred and everyone else on his team stinks. There's no nothing. You can do about it. Let me ask you this question. Where you good as a rookie. Oh, yeah. You're the best receiver on a team, right? Now, we had a veteran. I still had it in him. How many games did you win your rookie year? We wanna fifteen point. Yeah. But that's okay. We turned it around. But see your point as you point. Good. And the team was not. All right. So according to Joe Fardon of the athletic. Lebron James is interested in making Carmelo Anthony member of the Los Angeles Lakers accruing, LeBron beliefs that Anthony could help a young Laker roster that they're dealing with injuries. That Rhonda was out that Brandon Ingram is out. And the Carmello Anthony could come in. And give them something. They hear the question is is I don't know what something Carmella criminal has had a great career. Komo Carmelo is going to walk right into the hall of fame. Carmelo was one gold medals national champion circus, the whole thing. It's over there's nothing left for in this league. And there's really nothing left for Carmelo with the Lakers. Well, I don't like the idea that you say will Rondos out. So that. Why we need Carmelo? They don't do the same things. And they never have. I don't like the idea that you're saying Brandon Ingram with maybe Alphand extended period of time. Let's bring in more. They don't do the same things either. Not exactly but we're not turning in their job. You told me the output the season go. Oh, well, yeah. We don't have come in our blowouts and jackass Michelle's fours, then you can say we don't need mellow for new. We don't even need him. Coming to watch the games. And I'm out. You don't sign somebody just the signs of mighty because of friends with somebody else. No. We don't do that. You just don't do. What about that though? What about an appetite movies Wiki sends the same people over and over again, you don't sign somebody just because he's buddies with somebody. But if the somebody that we're talking about LeBron James and LeBron wants something don't you give it to? No, you don't give him not even LeBron because Trump debt, you're not bringing me you're not bringing me Rondo, you're not you're bleeding me something that doesn't he doesn't know value. Not. That's not the point of making the point I'm making if LeBron wasn't Val. Don't you just value is oh, here's the value. The value is LeBron is pleased. He's pleased God, he's stuck house. I was gonna say this isn't Cleveland where he threat gleaming next year..
"alphand" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"So obviously they'll be lots of baby stuff on the podcast, but I wanted to share the broad strokes of the story, share the share the the mitzvah. It's unbelievable. We're so happy and she's beautiful and incredible and had incredible, and I, it's just next level stuff. So that's the update. I'm sure we'll Instagram something at some point and. Valve, closing the door and the baby. Now tell you what I really think. I forty minute confessional. I'm freaking out. I'm not. We're not freaking out. We're, we're loving it and having it moment by moment and it's the best anymore Will Smith lyrics. Easy on the swears. Same as usual. This is Dan Sheppard, obviously we record this before the baby. Valerie is in this episode. She listens to DAX's podcast armchair expert and loves it and was convinced the Dax, and I were basically the same person, but with a few key differences. So she wanted to sort of, I wanted her to sort of moderate, not her word, but that's kind of what happened explaining how were similar winded up chatting a lot, and I'm excited for you guys. You guys know Dax Shepard. Come on, he's incredible and listeners by guests. I've done it since since this recording. I do wanna point out if I can remember I'm going to be in San Francisco in a month, the weekend of the twenty fifth at cobb's which is the comedy club where Vallon I met, which is amazing. And I'm going to be running my new our read before my special taping, which is in November in Portland, Oregon, and we added more shows November third. So the taping sold out, but I believe there is still tickets available for November. Third, the night before the two warm up shows which are going to be incredible. There's also some Largo show's coming up. I'm at Largo once a month. If you're in LA, keep an eye out for that. Excuse me. The last one had Dak Alphand Acas alley Wong. They're always amazing is my point. I happen to know for fact that the next one is incredible and has a musical thing too at that's comedic and incredible. So you should come out to that one. That's a, that's a little tease Asterix lineup subject to change, but it should be incredible if it works out and I think it will. Okay. Pete's picks swearing by him. Got home. Loaded up. I one Charlotte's web hemp oil. Charlotte's web is CBD oil. It's made from the hemp plant legal and all fifty states doesn't get you stone or high. Just takes the edge off makes you a little quicker to smile. Lowering Ziobro is me, this is what it does for me helps me. Relax helps me sleep, but also if I'm working, I take it in the morning when I work and it helps me just kind of. Ease into the day. So it doesn't. There's nothing about it that reminds me of weed. It doesn't have that like cloudy, feeling infected helps me think helps me work, helps me not take life too seriously. That's a good way to put it. The best thing to do is to try it, get them at chocolate. I get every day advanced because you can literally just take drops. So bottle of everyday advance will ask you a very long time. I get chocolate dire, say that and you gotta CW ham dot com. Slash weird and.
"alphand" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"Why did you tell scott bayer to do what he said i have been angry at him since the departure from joanie loves chachi sure to pursue charles in charge sure i am convinced that is what led to the demise of actress nicole eggert no joni the died janica what was what was that ladies name i've never seen joanie loves chachi while she put johnny on happy that she just died it was never really unhappy the saddest fucking stories i've ever yet was like yeah wake shoot i love i resign hollywood's like we don't get it like we don't understand what happened she went to uh she wasn't getting work and then she moved to a trailer park in was like went crazy it's like yeah that's what this town does to people right you're not understood yoni on the show joanie loves chachi everyone loves you then no one will return your calls yeah then you're nothing overnight yeah just as quickly as you became a star um and then you'll i falls apart it whoa you what you what don't you understand it happens to everyone who pursues a career the entertainment industry and then the other residual money gets less and less ribe after while you can't live on it remember that thing with alf the dad with willie from alphand like the krakow's like in three ways with those those propped the male prostitutes i thought i told you that maybe on the show but i know everything there is to know about max right the dad for mouth and you did tell me and then i looked it up and i was like come on man he signed a krakow since like no there isn't a krakow's he was a married man and then one day snapped and i've known a lot of people who have worked with nor mcdonald um i hope to someday do my dream show norm adel has a form which is fully flushed out ready to go right uh but norma donald and already lying all have all these amazing stories about him because he worked on the norm show right with the with those two.
"alphand" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Alphand and others have done a bipartisan bill and election security and we need to assume what they did in 2016 was a learning experience for them they are going to accelerate then 2018 into when he said why not impose sanctions from the administration we'll get all the final details hopefully the prison will speak about its modern state of the union several when you get the full details of why the would not impose sanctions on that and we'll find out who voted for saying i did and i would again because i think rush has been a bad actor force on the continues to be generally perceived gone thank you very much always here to discuss the tonight's eruption on capitol hill between republicans and democrats over the memo a very distinguished group cnn's glanced boards your phone republican congressman jack kingston and bukhari sellers glory what's happening on with this committee well i think it's kind of stunning i think it's sort of devolved to interm partisan wrangling and i think you have a precedent right now who is taking on his own department of justice including the fbi i spoke with a friend of the present today who said to me and maybe you can confirm this as i said that the president believes that his fbi as corrupt period flat out that's it and i think what you saw going on today was devon newness and many of the people on that committee were basically saying the same thing and that even though the head of the fbi said please don't do this right now can i come up and talk to you they said they want it released and my next question is what is chris wray who runs the fbi do next works which occurs in kitchen and that's what so interesting you know we had a congressman on the committee who was saying what chris wray looked at it and didn't have any changes but everyone else we've talked to including from chairman rodger says that's not how it works of course groceries not going to take out a pen and start making changes he wants his own people to review is it appropriate to release this kind of information without having the department justice for the fbi actually review well that they've had an opportunity to review it and they've had an opportunity to help supply this information to him.
"alphand" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Just who version of another route screw it where will say i rival of the film assad on will figure it out the before he was saying something on his way back after lunch me asked there's one of this whereas in the past no alphand's i mean they they play holiday him grow renault their replied probably all spot saw in off they did where these was the redid might have had any rose over did not resist in by one hour and you get the sense there is misleading of me as in june now you at those came out of an odd i'm sure it's reg forty pretty pretty obvious mercy alibaba thanks off you like to play you end up so that was interesting mike d'antoni in a couple of different times said after heavy oh you mean after he hit the what's like ads nobody'll honestly it was a big deal it was is d did this whole thing start with them and their confrontation is it about patrick beverley is it about austin rivers is it about blake blake and mike d'antoni or is this all come back to blake and chris paul and all the rest of it is windowdressing in ancillary noise that their relationship is broken neither one of them really wants to say it and this bubbled into secret passages and threats from the doorway yeah i mean you nailed it if the ticking time bomb and the nba detonated it when they said.
"alphand" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Oh my mom mm i'm not a fish overboard dope lash by life is like oh my life is like that my children other spot of hell and you're the devil oh god goldie hawn that's over okay trixie oh growth feathers and go crap in a tree that sounds like it could be either of our it is goldie hawn in the house center okay gotcha how about some coffee drinks dinner removed for as long as we both so live that's your dad sure you've got meltoff goal gauge oh yeah what did you ever win a peiding contests best digestion via mom for sure and maybe that was your dad this is this is hard but maybe my mom in in death becomes first wives spla you have khajah finished the hamburgers either by eight that has never seen a tom hanks send required are really not have any i i've got to be honest and i've seen a lot of his movies her goal of all that okay some of trixie i'm not trying to tell your business but you haven't even looked at my pipes tom aronson money okay last kacha hard hits oh well that's gotta be mom and dad becomes so documentary is getting rave reviews people are absolutely loving it and these guys these guys are good buddies of your friends of mine and they famously or the band that was playing during the horrible terror attack in paris it's really sort of it's not meant to be a downer it's actually supposed to be very uplifting because they went back to paris three months later and played the most amazing rock concert of everson where can people see us so on hbo okay hbo go very good and it'll be on dvd i believe in the beginning of december diana alphand's cincinnati kate what was the last text you received from your mom.
"alphand" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast
"I'm very wary right i stumble upon this group of lancaster true parreira they've i'm i'm looking around for the swords i'm a worried about the song they're singing i'm very skittish and i feel like if they didn't go quite as far as they did they might not have sold me on the idea that these are mostly harmless new troops to to aria uh also like her i'm going to kill the king which everybody cracked up on i think is the first time we've heard mazy williams laugh since she lost her shit with the hound that the gate of the eerie a um i dunno i it is the other thing i surprises how much the internet seemed collectively dislike ed sheeran's guest star it was fine as someone who doesn't know who had sharon reid no prominently melody so any because like it say they made florence welsh of florence in a machine a red priestess right i would recognize there but how many people would and the you know like me the i think if you do recognize him they did making the focal point of so many shots it will probably was very distracting because one of the charms game of thrones has been other than like you know sh sean bean and um either drive traffic of may be a couple others uh really really relatively famous people uh thethese ankle which peter thank which yeah who was he that famous like an no good question you probably know him as the guy from alphand but but like it's not like he was um you know a burn burn enough was that when he was in the train station movie yeah trainspotting i i dumber than any of it yeah uh but i mean i i must say he wasn't doing excellent work him to say not only use a household name and you could almost say the same thing about lake aden gillian a little finger tation agent station engine that's what it was um most by these people relatively unknown so like you could just like oh yeah that's john starker that sans or whatever um you know you can't do that in a new ed sheeran is so let me ask you this it ed sheeran is like the scruffy headed blond boy ice is is that doesn't have many lines so i i liked that they didn't make him the focus of the scene resig clearly.