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"areola" Discussed on ExtraTime

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05:23 min | Last month

"areola" Discussed on ExtraTime

"On Sunday ESPN ESPN deportes Copa tejas in the playoffs. It's gonna be fun. Brad stuver said these are the games that make rivalries explode. Love it, hope it explodes, looking for maximum entertainment, Charlie, we don't really know the status of Paul areola and Paxton pommes. I'm basically gonna assume right now that they're fine that they'll be good to play. It sounds like areolas was cramping. So he's fine. Yeah. And then pomacle, that's a halftime sub, and we know his history. So that one's a little bit more concerning. TBD on that. What do you want to see from Dallas in this one and how does Austin avoid the oh crap we're down to nothing in 15 minutes habit that they have? Well, I mean, from the first game, when Dallas played Minnesota, Jesus for just, he came, he came back too deep. He was playing in the midfield for most of the game. He wasn't making deep runs and behind. He wasn't, you know, playing off the defender's shoulders. There was no hold up play. It was all checking deep, you know, trying to connect passes and that's not what FC Dallas need. They need someone to stretch the field. He needs to be the 9. So in this match, I'd like to see him play hype the field and Brennan's came in and he added to this group. I mean, just as energy levels his commitment, if Paxton could not go due to injury, I think sirenia is ready for the challenge. I think he's a player that can he could add something to this group in terms of shots from distance, creating, winning second balls. He's good. He's pretty good midfielder from box to box from that position. So I wouldn't be too worried if I was FC Dallas. And then from Austin, they just had a slow start, just the same thing with RSL, allowing RSL to score two goals. It was almost like they were not really engaged. I mean, it took them almost a half to wake up. I'd say a good 30 minutes and until they started putting pressure on RSL and trying to close them down. But they were sitting back too deep. They weren't, they weren't touched tight, and I think for this first half, you have to be right on FC dollars. Don't allow them to play the balls on the channel. Don't allow them to build confidence and get on the ball. Paul arriola is very predictable, but he does it. He does it super well. So you know it's coming. Don't allow the service to get to Ariel into the channels. Force them to play short, force him to check deep. Don't allow him to continue to get in behind that left back. So this will be an interesting game. I'm pumped to see, you know, I love these rivalries and Q two has been rocking. So the atmosphere is going to be epic. All right. LAFC, maybe don't want Austin. I don't know, tough to be a team three times at Austin one two one at the bank this year. Four one and Q two, Dallas, three one, win for LAFC at the bank so they beat Dallas and they lost that Toyota.

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"areola" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

03:58 min | 2 months ago

"areola" Discussed on ExtraTime

"Yes, this team is not built around G arena and never has been, but it's better when he's out there. Would you play Brennan aronson as the ten for the U.S. Charlie? think in this system, he finds a tough time in international play being the ten because it's just so physical. And it's not as much space when he plays that leads. It's a lot more open space a lot one V ones. And the international game is a lot more physicality and tackling and that's just not for brain aronson right now. So I wouldn't play him as a ten and in this system. I would not. Would you then stick with it? Yes. Absolutely. You and a smooth says your guy and he's playing centrally for Valencia. He's just so gifted. You're talking about we don't have players who can dribble out of pressure outside of Christian pulse and Christian Pulisic. It hasn't been informed or fit and he's not playing Eunice Musa is your guy. And our early on, I said, there's no end product with unis Musa. We haven't seen his ability to play balls into the box. You know, take shots on goal, but I'm starting to see that now with Valencia, and he went from playing on the wing to playing in the middle and Gennaro gattuso, I think, is a perfect manager for him. This is our guy. We need Eunice Musa to be effective. And if you is effective, he will create space for the other attacker. So he is vital to the steam. Let's talk wingers then. Pull a stick aronson waya Reina areola. Those are locks. Can already hear the groaning for Paul areola, what I would say to anybody who groans that way, you may not always love the final ball, sometimes the decision making, but when he plays, he finds a way to affect the game.

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"areola" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:35 min | 3 months ago

"areola" Discussed on ESPN FC

"I'm going to go ask the Dallas. I'm going to go FC Dallas here. And here's why. The old expression tells us, right? Defense wins championships. Out of everybody in the west, outside of LAFC. The team that gives up the fewest goals is FC Dallas, okay? So I think right there, they have a big edge. Not only are they good defensively, they are much better hook than Austin defensively, who shipped three this weekend, three last weekend, and two weeks before that ship four against the New York Red Bulls, right? You gotta be defensively sound herc when it comes to the playoffs. Plus, let's not pretend like FC Dallas doesn't have firepower, right? We got a riola, we got velasco, and we got Jesus Ferrero who had a brace over the weekend and I think is now up to 14 goals on the season. You don't give FC Dallas and he love you really think defenses is that little of a priority come playoff time. No, I just think there are two seasons. There's a regular season, and then there's playoffs. And I've seen FC Dallas in the playoffs throughout their history. It's not a team like trust. Nicolas de you may have changed things. Paul areola, this is feda, everything that Sebastian legit now, who, by the way, backed a couple assists. This weekend, it could be a different team. Sure, but a sale smells like Seattle sounders a bounce them in the playoffs. Okay. Okay, okay. Interesting that you mentioned that. I will note neither of us neither of us picked the LA galaxy as the biggest threat to LA. So let's get to the bad and it is in the Pacific Northwest, where the aforementioned

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Haaland nets twice on EPL debut as City beats West Ham 2-0

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Haaland nets twice on EPL debut as City beats West Ham 2-0

"Erling Holland scored twice in his Premier League debut as Manchester City opened its latest title defense with a two nil win over West Ham Holland put city ahead with a penalty kick in the 35th minute and tallied in the 65th City had difficulty breaking down the hammer's defense before Holland scored after being hauled down by goalkeeper alphonse areola He's the first city player since Sergio Agüero in 2011 to score twice in his EPL debut Areola entered the game following an injury to Lucas fabianski in the 29th minute I'm the fairy

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"areola" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

04:51 min | 5 months ago

"areola" Discussed on ExtraTime

"The rest of the year and see what it would mean for this team. I will say Paul areola is very clearly the best trade so far in MLS this year among the lead leaders in expected goals and expected assists combined and just producing and on both sides of the ball. We talk about Tati defensive and then the attacking side Paul Ariel is that and winger form. And if you're Charlotte, you gotta be regretting, maybe not paying the money. Up front, although who knows, maybe the signs would be big in the summer, but for Dallas, that has been an absolutely critical, critical move to be made, and it's wonderful for the national team as well to have him. And Jesus Ferreira together. I would also throw just an underrated one going back to Miami Bryce duke, not a man that anybody was like wowed by when that one was made, but just to go back to what Miami's doing just an underrated core young guy building signing. All right, big matches. We sort of referred to tattoo katia a couple times. He's not gone yet, and he's tied for the golden bootleg..

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"areola" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

07:23 min | 8 months ago

"areola" Discussed on The Lead

"Well, Paul the other guy I want to ask you about is head coach Gregg berhalter. I think it's fair to say that he had his fair share of doubters when he got this job a little over three years ago. And I think a lot of that criticism has followed him ever since. What have you made of his performance during this World Cup qualifying campaign? I think it's difficult to say that Greg berhalter has done a bad job with this U.S. team. For example, if you look at the choice he made in the summer to split the national team in two. To play the quote unquote a team in the nation's league and the B team in the gold cup. Mexico didn't do that. They brought their a team to both tournaments. And what happened? Well, the U.S. won both the nation's league and the gold cup beating Mexico in both finals. Even then, people were saying, Mexico made the better choice. And they're going to be in better shape going into World Cup qualifying. Well, look at where the Mexico team is now. They're in this similar position to the U.S., but the emotion around that team is completely different. Content martino might not coach this team at the World Cup. That's how disappointed the Mexican fans are. Conversely, let's take a look at Panama again. And let's talk about the players who weren't on the field for that 5 one win. Weston McKinney was out with a broken foot to junior death was out with the hamstring Brendan aaronson was out with a knee injury. So you're reaching deep, deep, deep into the deaf chart here to pull players out that not just to play in the game, but to play in a must win game on a big stage. That trust existed because Greg berhalter split those squads in the summer so that he could see every player from the pool and give them opportunities. He's not been afraid to trust young players. This is the youngest national team in the world in the qualification cycle. He put those players on the field, understanding that things aren't going to be perfect, that growth is not linear, that there were going to be down moments. And yet he understands that those down moments are important for this group to learn and to grow, not just for this cycle, and this World Cup, but for 2026, when the U.S. hosts the World Cup. So I look at it and I believe he's done a really good job of getting the results in the short term, provided they don't lose 6 nothing to Costa Rica, they're going to the World Cup. So that's the first and most important goal. And the second thing is to create an environment where this team has grown together and where he's created a real core of this team. So in my opinion, the criticisms of Greg burter have been unfounded. And that's not something that could have been proved a few weeks ago or a few months ago, but now over the course of qualification and the role that these players have played that have seen so much of the criticism Paul areola scored the other night. An MLS player that fans didn't want to see on the field scored a really nice goal. So that trust is there and I think now that it's been proven out that it's been effective and it's worked. It's overall record is now 34 7 and 8, which I believe is the highest winning percentage of any U.S. men's national team coach. Now, granted, he also has, at least in my opinion, by far the most talented U.S. team ever assembled. So beyond this decision to split the team up to get experience across a wider swath of players, what do you think he has done well for this team? And I guess I'm thinking in particular about kind of tactical decisions. Has he made the right choices about how to line up and how to play strategically in some of these big games? Well, great for halter had an interesting quote last week where he's talking about what he learned as the men's national team coach since he took over in 2019. And I think the most important thing he learned was in 2019 when they lost to Canada in the nation's league. They got beat in Canada. They were outmatched completely in that game. They were trying to build out of the back, play the way Greg berhalter's club teams and specifically the Columbus crew had played. And Greg berhalter decided to change things. When you're at a club, you know, it's a building type of thing. And when you're at a national team, I think it's a winning type of thing. My mindset had to change, you know, to be much more about winning every game. And basically what he did was he changed the formation to a four three three, and he integrated more pressing. System that fit this player pool a little bit better. And I think that was the most important moment in Greg berhalter's tenure. When you think about winning nations, we need gold cup. You know, it was important for the mentality of this group to understand that this is why we're playing this thing. And in the same time, building a strong culture. So it's a little bit of that club attitude with the mindset that we're here to win games. He showed that confidence to them saying, I'm not afraid to change if it's not working. And let's play this way that maybe works a little bit better. The path to that moment, trying things out, seeing what worked best and then finding the system that was going to be the most effective and embracing it fully is what I remember of kind of the journey of this national team as it pertains to Greg berhalter's coaching. And I think effectively has changed the way this U.S. team plays, but also the responsibility that the players on the field feel toward the results. And lastly, Paul, let's go out on a limb here and say that the U.S. does not lose by 6 goals on Wednesday night. They qualify for cotter. What problems does this team still need to address between now and November? And then conversely, how high is the ceiling for this team? Well, the biggest question is who starts at the number 9. So that to me is the problem that needs to be solved. The problem is it can't be solved through coaching. Somebody needs to step up, somebody needs to be that guy. Will it happen? We don't know. Maybe. Maybe peppy figures it out at Augsburg and starts playing and start scoring goals. Maybe Norwich goes down to the championship and Josh Sargent becomes the number 9 for them and plays every game as the number 9 and scores 25 goals and is in great form going into the World Cup. We don't know what's going to happen, but it's not an easy problem to solve. It's simply personnel. That's the biggest question. And that question dictates, I think, the ceiling of this team. But I also want to note, again, if Christian Pulisic is able to be what he was against Panama. And if we see the continued evolution of a player like Gio reyna, who we saw his potential against Mexico with that 18 yard box to 18 yard box individual run where he was dribbling past 6 Mexican defenders and finally ran out of gas, then yeah, I mean, you start to get a little bit excited about, you know, maybe they can manufacture goals in another way. And if you can't find the number 9, I think the question becomes, how can we maximize the two star wingers on this team? Christian Pulisic and G arena. And so those are the two questions. Is there a number 9? If so, maybe we don't have to change that much. Is there not a number 9? If so, how do we maximize Christian Pulisic and G arena? And that determines the ceiling of this U.S. men's national team. Paul, thanks so much for breaking all this down for us and May there be peace in your family on Wednesday night. Well, when both teams get to the World Cup, everyone will be happy and my family is having a little party for me on Thursday and I think I'll be able to enjoy it a bit more. All right, we'll enjoy the trip, man. Thanks again. Thanks. You can follow all of paulton Oreos coverage of the U.S. men's national team at the athletic dot com. From wondering the athletic,.

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"areola" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

04:38 min | 9 months ago

"areola" Discussed on ExtraTime

"It is really fun to see him sort of drop into that space and then make the other team react and see how they react to him in different stages. Like after he gets the first goal, timbers and you wrote this in your column and they have to change. And that's sort of the whole point I feel like of playing them in that position is that he makes decision making really difficult for backlines and those sort of deep lying midfielders and once you do that and you have areola and you have velasco two guys that seem to understand where to be how to time runs, the space that they're getting into, for instance, on the first goal areola makes a perfect run across after Alaska gets in behind from a great ball from Paxton, but then he dummies it. He knows that Ferreira is following that. And Ariel set up to the game. He's like, we're still learning each other's movements, our patterns, our preferences, like this is only gonna get better. And if it gets better for Jesus Ferreira, it might get really good. I know this is his first sort of box score contributions, three goals and one assists so far and all in this game, but he has been in these positions. Repeatedly over the course of a couple weeks, whether it be creating for his teammates and them not finishing or creating opportunities than being the runner and either not finishing or having a referee call, right. A correct referee call. Take his goals off the board. So we sort of talked about it earlier in the year and we said, who's our 2222 player presented by body armor going to be this year? And it was easy to forget the hazers is eligible. Like he is still in this bucket, and by the way, 21 goals now, he's just three behind his dad. Which is pretty incredible for FC Dallas. That's a pretty cool stat..

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"areola" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:30 min | 9 months ago

"areola" Discussed on ESPN FC

"On March 8th of 2021. It has been one incredible year. Before we run the best of her, any thoughts on the last 360 five, incredibly proud of what the production crew of what we've been able to do, but more importantly, the reaction from the public because this shows for them, we've asked for a show, our show, we've asked for our topics. We've asked to do it our way. And finally, we have it. I'm incredibly proud of the reception that we've had. And then working alongside you said, by now I give you a lot a lot of heat, but it's really been one of the all time highs that I've had here at ESPN. So very fortunate for the production crew and everybody who watches this. Yeah, it really has been quite a bit of fun. We got a lot more work to do, including on Monday's show. We are gonna keep knocking on that door and try and bring you the president, Mikel areola. But for now, enjoy the best of year one, a football Americas. Football. Okay. Champion. Are you ready to do it? I don't know if I'm ready, but we're gonna do this. We tend to get rowdy. We tend to argue. So this is perfect for us. This will be made for. You wanted me to bring up digest. Were you taking it then? I don't care. Take out Chucky. Wait,.

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"areola" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

03:52 min | 10 months ago

"areola" Discussed on ExtraTime

"Realize it was in Cincinnati and take it all back to the topic for a rough one. Did I really nice results against university of South Florida last week? I guess the bulls? Yeah, they're really turning a corner. A lot of good talent came out of South Florida, you know? You had to look back in the sands of time for that. Hey, Alan velasco FC Dallas has done. It's a record signing. Dan hunt is very excited about it. A lot of tweets from Dallas about spending that peppy cash. What do we think about this move? And what do you think of Dallas overall? When I look at their depth chart and that's the time of the year that we're in right now where you look at depth charts and you try to conjure up some sort of emotion, I get a little bit excited. Like it could be a lot of fun. They've got some really talented young players and then you add Paul areola to the mix, you're gonna see Ferrera is this as the 9 I assume? This could be fun. And now in Vasco could be a huge signing for them. Yeah, I mean, the biggest signing that FC Dallas has ever made just in terms of profile. And certainly in terms of budget as well. They teased it on Twitter. They're like, we're going to spend some of that cash. And then they really, really did. But it's kind of like the David gosse theorem. He's 19 years old. It would not shock me at all if it took him a year to get used to things in MLS. There are very young team. There are brand new head coach and that defense last year was rickety. So I'm excited to see Dallas because they have a lot of players that I like, but Dallas has a ways to go before I think we should start talking about them as a potential playoff team. They need to check some boxes early in the year before the hype train gets off the rail, so to speak. I've said this a couple times on the show. I think what Dallas is doing at the academy level is great. I think that this was a golden generation. This wasn't a consistent pipeline of players that are going to come out at the level of a pepy Brian Reynolds Reggie cannon. And so this is the other step of being a club like that is, well then sometimes you have to go sign a young player who you can then sell on. And so this is in two hands..

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"areola" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:10 min | 11 months ago

"areola" Discussed on WTOP

"On 7 45 and rob wood fork All right the capitals and bruins nodded at one a piece at first intermission in or at least as they approach versus permission in Boston afghani kuznetsov broke the scoreless title this 13th call of the season David pastor knock with the equalizer not even a minute later for the bruins VTech van der check in Nats he's got 9 saves already for Washington and college basketball the 12th ranked Marilyn women Well they're fading late here against Ohio State It's 71 60 in favor of the in favor of the buckeyes here in the final 6 plus minutes in regulation the Buckeye shooting 54% from the floor on the nights and the terps they've turned it over 16 times tonight not the kind of production you want when you're trying to get a conference victory on the men's side Georgetown falls to number 21 Providence 83 75 The friars hit 53% of their shots on the night while the hoyas got a game high 21 points from Donald Kerry on the evening the national set to go with Kevin francine is their new color analyst and in soccer D.C. United reportedly close to a record setting deal that would send Paul areola to FC Dallas for a $2 million General allocation with incentives that would shatter the previous MLS records Rob wood fork WWE TOP sports Rob thank you and still ahead on WTO She was just doing her job before being hit by a car Live on air I'm at small That's 7 47 And now the small business buzz packaged by the UPS store If you're a small business merchant with a store or online you can easily jump on the trend big retailers are embracing Buy now pay later By now pay later transactions jump 21% over the holidays no matter how small the business there are several third party by now pay later platforms to sign up for they do the financing for the customer purchase usually a down payment in two to 12 months to pay off the balance but most pay the business owner for the purchase in full affront I'm Jeff label.

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"areola" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

04:08 min | 11 months ago

"areola" Discussed on ExtraTime

"You know, and otherwise invest invest invest, and now we've got the Alan velasco rumors we don't know if those gonna come off independent pay apparently asking for more money, but like if he's your right winger if Paul areola is your right winger for the next three or four years and you're using that allocation money to go get him and you're paying him and he's a DP for you as U.S. national team player ambition there. Like you're going on trying to make it happen. He's not a move you make as like, oh, well, we'll wait and see, like, what might happen? He's a movie you make to try to win. And if you have him, you have Ferrera, you have maybe it's shown, you know, the youth, the young guy from Hungary who's been pretty good played in the Euros, or maybe it's velasco, and then you have pom K and some of these other guys? You might have something there. You might be a playoff team a solid playoff team. I don't know, we'll see. It seems to me as though he will move. Because of the market forces, D.C. need help on the cap. He doesn't really fit snugly. Seems like he would like to go. They're going to figure it out. I don't think it'll happen a couple of minutes. I don't think that makes any sense for D.C. at all. They can't generate anything off that sale because they paid for them and they paid salary on them. Just to recoup the cost, the project is going to break even. So I don't see that happening. Quickly, we'll run through and hit the previews here. IO, U 22 deal with turnoff C, best dope. I think it's a huge deal along with the haze for a deal for just the reality of MLS, which is this is another way for academy players to be rewarded. It's another mechanism for MLS teams to sort of control their players and you gotta be looking at IO and say, hey man, you're the starter..

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"areola" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

04:41 min | 11 months ago

"areola" Discussed on ExtraTime

"Offers on the table for Paul areola. Kaylen. That would be record setting. I believe guaranteed money and then before escalation is still 1.2 record, I think for loose Morgan I mean, this would be this would be a record setting transfer within the league or trade I should say for a 26 year old USM and T you could say maybe I don't know that he's a borderline guy. I think he's more in than out with Greg Rahal. He's a boring line starter. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Please explain. Please explain to me then because you guys know more about the than I do and Paul's tweet earlier references this like new market, but why would this be almost not quite double, but why would this be so high in comparison to what we've seen in the past? Well, Dallas has a ton of game and Charlotte have a ton of game. So if you're Dallas, you're looking at them and you're saying, I'm not gonna accept my concept 1.2. You want Paul ariola? We don't gotta move him. We have DP spots. Now, D.C. do have some issues with their salary cap compliance. As you can see from the way they've had to approach this off season right now, I personally think they have to move Paul aerial because it seems like Paul would like to move. And I know there's a lot for him personally going into that. That's not exclusively soccer. You know, everybody's a human. They have elements in their life that affects them outside of the professional side of things. But yeah, seems like he wants to move. And it makes sense to me for him. He doesn't have it. He doesn't have a set place with her none losada. It's not a snug fit and if you're D.C., you're like, well, we don't have a snug fit, but we have this asset, and it'd be nice to clear a deep spot and we need a lot of capital relief right now..

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"areola" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"areola" Discussed on ExtraTime

"It the Molly pitcher? Rest stop because that's one of my go to is on the way from New York. No, it's in central New Jersey. That's a tough, that's a top I 95 rest stop. Weaves you into this? Just know, just know that if you call a text Tom boger at about news, he will stop everything he is doing. To make sure that he is on top of that scoop. So he will stop. So you assume, by the way, one of the incentives in the 800,000 is winning MLS cup. And if they win MLS cup, they won't care what it costs at that point. So that's always positive. It will be worth it. Here's some other news notes around MLS right now. Dylan Lewis from Nashville the Red Bulls to join his brother Sean nilus for a 125 kilograms could rise to 200 thousand baby. Let's go both needless is on one team you have a right back in the center back, put them together. He's the number three overall draft pick in that first super draft for inter Miami. It didn't work out from in Miami. Didn't work out for a lot of people in Miami, didn't work out for him in Nashville. They had options that they preferred at that right back position, but this seems like a good opportunity with Kyle Duncan moving on to fill a hole that the Red Bulls had. So I think that's a good trade. It's a solid trade for the Red Bulls. Paul areola linked with the galaxy. Originally, this was put out by roger Gonzalez at CBS and Michelle giannone. I don't know if I'm saying that right Michelle, but Michele. He's been one of the legend shout out. He's been one of the best Twitter followers that I've found in the last 6 months and he and Niko kantor do an awesome podcast. U.S. football pod, and by the way, Paul Ariel came on the U.S. football pod and said that LA galaxy has already approached his agent about a potential deal but at the moment there's not been any formal offer presented to D.C. United. We've talked about how maybe Paul areola is a guy that we have a ton of quality obviously and international chops and all this experience. That if you're D.C., maybe you would be willing to move on from because you have Julian grassle and he's on a DP deal. Maybe you clear that salary out and go somewhere else. What do you think Dave? Yeah. I think this would be a deal that made sense for all three parties involved. Paul IRL is obviously a Southern California guy. He was in the galaxy academy 5000 years ago for 7 seconds, but it's going home for him. We know Greg vanney loves wingers that he can get in isolated spots that will get to the endline and pull balls back for chicharito or whoever it is..

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"areola" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"areola" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"And I named some of them. Yeah. And what about the concerns from some of the communities that will most will most likely vote for her in large numbers within the district that they want to see that they're concerned that Joanne areola would not represent their interests? I mean, obviously, this is a real melting pot of a district. And has, you know, as we discussed earlier, a lot of diversity to it. There's a lot of diversity and some of those neighborhoods, by the way, then have voted for me in the last election. So yes, as you say, you're more in the middle than Joanna. Well, I mean, I would say that I had more name recognition. I had more of a track record. And I think that I had, you know, 9 years or 8 years under my belt to prove to them what I was all about. Joanne, you know, if she's elected she'll only have two years to do that. But a lot of those communities that Felicia's, you know, purporting that needs to be empowered. I've been representing those communities. I have been empowering them. I have been responsive to them, and they have voted for me. In the same communities that reject the Donald Trump that don't vote Republicans that are overwhelmingly 5 and 6 the one Democrat in those parts of the district, I want a lot of those election districts..

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"areola" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"areola" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Check check. Chris made it to the big leagues real quick on. Hbo not chick chat. I'm gonna go like a five with him. Because i think he can take his i. He lost a main to why did before he lost a wilder where the machine when he four while the worst wilder for the six seen. Oh yeah how you so. He lost the he lost vitality and flat lost in between with kasai. He lost of a tally adamy. Burr main remain. Yes he was over. So i said whatever i said the first star that's what he would like seven or six and you need to upon review to come on be real upon review us. Come on six and a half okay. I'm giving him at three. I mean she consistent though no seeking system were. Hey because chris drop andy ruiz's the former and first off the wall. Dr examine things about exactly exactly exactly so we call them on you so now you're saying only only only way you'd think he got any better was because he knocked down. Res makes no sense you side will write in them of the time that they thought. Wow dr not of the stuff. The outcome of the fire of what's afterwards us off the word. Listen to keep you to your three. Whatever you said free. Yeah elands thousand three for christie areola and yes gave him a six point five so i'm a give him a five. I think that before. A when before four deontay while he never his weight he wasn't disa- plan he was a slide looking fighter. Yeah so. I'm judging him. Based off of that and his record didn't make him a boogeyman. You know what i'm saying. I like chris areola. See what the new chris. Area chris law right you you next guy ears spilka ooh spill spill spill a lawsuit before. Wow the spill out spill to now be mike peraza or no. La's nine so. I can just make sure s. c. e. k. I i lost the jennings already off the archive lost. Just go to while the girls stay on wilder resume. I need to see spill calm. I know but if you back. Find him on the on the resume. Wilders right every time we go to the name you click the name then you backspace back to well the wait for the next name crazy. I'm pretty fair man. I'm giving arthur spilka five. Because you know he seems scary right alcohol. His resume his resume. You didn't believe in him when he stepped in that ring to fight Deontay wilder that he would win. Then i know. No one on his resume. Now except brian jennings allowed to thomas adamant but and i don't know that spill give them a file. Spilka was the colonoscopy spill. Your after spilka was legit four and a half five men gave them a solid five heavy fob. That chan can't short man. He was short small. He was he was better off at cruiserweight than have. You can hold angry k. You don't know what i can hold. This became that kinda show Looking as being quiet. i'm. I'm looking a whole mortifies. Black phillip five war. I'm hoping in about seven point. Five eight seven point five ace. Eight seven point five. Oh eight oh okay. That's that's what it takes the garage. I could well. I think im seven and a half an hour pretty strong with it winter. Something so we done talking about filling the garage. It makes it. It depends how you write your name. Who may pencils.

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"areola" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"areola" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Smallpox is a viral disease that has existed for millennia when it was circulating in the wild it spread from person to person through the air usually through face to face contact and it can also be spread through contact with contaminated objects and surfaces people who contracted smallpox typically developed a high fever and body aches and that was followed by a distinctive rash. There are two different strains of the very ola virus that were causing smallpox areola major and burial a minor now that name suggests burial a major caused more serious illnesses as many as a third of people who were infected with very all the major died. As many as ninety percent of babies died it was also particularly lethal anytime. It was introduced somewhere that hadn't existed before such as when european started arriving in the americas and in those cases smallpox usually killed about half the people who contracted it among the people who survived the disease. Smallpox could also be both disabling disfiguring. There was and is no cure for smallpox so even as science and medicine progressed it continued to be deadly but it also had some traits that made it a good candidate for a worldwide ratification campaign. Smallpox was easy to recognize in diagnose unlike say the flu which can resemble a lot of other respiratory infections. Smallpox passed directly from person to person and only infected humans so there were no hidden reservoirs of the virus that could potentially start a new outbreak. That's different from something. Like yellow fever. Which also infects other primates and is transmitted by mosquitoes another plus wants. a person had recovered from smallpox. They were immune for life for a number of reasons. Smallpox outbreaks also tended to develop relatively slowly. Once people were contagious. They were usually also too sick to really leave home. So outbreaks tended to cluster around members of the same household and their immediate neighborhood and then once an outbreak was identified. Swift action could keep it from spreading very far and most importantly there was a way to this. -rupt transmission of the disease in this case a

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The History of Smallpox

Stuff You Missed in History Class

02:21 min | 1 year ago

The History of Smallpox

"Smallpox is a viral disease that has existed for millennia when it was circulating in the wild it spread from person to person through the air usually through face to face contact and it can also be spread through contact with contaminated objects and surfaces people who contracted smallpox typically developed a high fever and body aches and that was followed by a distinctive rash. There are two different strains of the very ola virus that were causing smallpox areola major and burial a minor now that name suggests burial a major caused more serious illnesses as many as a third of people who were infected with very all the major died. As many as ninety percent of babies died it was also particularly lethal anytime. It was introduced somewhere that hadn't existed before such as when european started arriving in the americas and in those cases smallpox usually killed about half the people who contracted it among the people who survived the disease. Smallpox could also be both disabling disfiguring. There was and is no cure for smallpox so even as science and medicine progressed it continued to be deadly but it also had some traits that made it a good candidate for a worldwide ratification campaign. Smallpox was easy to recognize in diagnose unlike say the flu which can resemble a lot of other respiratory infections. Smallpox passed directly from person to person and only infected humans so there were no hidden reservoirs of the virus that could potentially start a new outbreak. That's different from something. Like yellow fever. Which also infects other primates and is transmitted by mosquitoes another plus wants. a person had recovered from smallpox. They were immune for life for a number of reasons. Smallpox outbreaks also tended to develop relatively slowly. Once people were contagious. They were usually also too sick to really leave home. So outbreaks tended to cluster around members of the same household and their immediate neighborhood and then once an outbreak was identified. Swift action could keep it from spreading very far and most importantly there was a way to this. -rupt transmission of the disease in this case a

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"areola" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"areola" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"So don't forget to subscribe to youtube channel and get that notification everytime we drop a video these will be premiere video so you can obviously Chat along as they speak your i guess. Reaction to the video live as it is debuting. So don't forget to share that video and share the word of the daily podcast leading other boxing. Fans know that we talk box in here since day. Getting you through your workweek. Yes sir while we wait for our. I guess i say we go ahead and open up. These phone lines Once again that number to call in is one four to five five six nine fifty to forty one press one one time to voice your opinion right here on the voice of the people hotline and obviously at mr gibbs on skype part of the conversation anywhere in the world absolutely free to do so and let's rock we got. Lv slugger with a super chat. Who says andy. Ruiz over dillion way former unified chant. And i get that argument. Dylan's never been a world champion. Dillion loss to the guy that andy beat. But where's andy's consistency. Dillion beat joseph. Parker andy lost jobs. Parker dillian didn't look like andy after his loss he looked dominant loss. Andy struggled and got knocked down by areola. But sure he's your king. He's your king. i get it man. Let's go on out to the phone lines in texas. What's going on austin talk.

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Dr. Steven Gundry - Tired? Low Mood? Good Bacteria to the rescue!

Untangle

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Steven Gundry - Tired? Low Mood? Good Bacteria to the rescue!

"What to do when you get up and go has got up and gone. Which honestly is how a lot of us have been feeling these days so in the upcoming conversation were thrilled to be talking to dr country. And we're gonna learn about what you can do from a nutritional perspective to increase your energy and your mood and it does not what you think. Welcome dr country. Thanks areola happy to be here. Cut your band actually sitting by beds so there you go. It's a joy a pleasure to have you because for a lot of us are get up and go truly has got up and gone these days. It sure has who would have guessed. I know so. What's one of the first things that you recommend to somebody who is feeling like they could use a little bit more zip in their lives. There's many factors that go into. Why most of us are tired and fatigue and just don't have the energy that we thought we ought to have many of us think we are modern lifestyle or code. This is normal to feel like this but in fact my research in that of many others shown that this tiredness is not normal. When it's actually a sign that something is really wrong deep inside. There's two things that i think are really important for people to understand. One is that apocryphal. He's the father of medicine. Twenty five hundred years ago. Said all disease begins in the gut and how that guy could be so smart that long ago without are sophisticated tests. He knew that for instance are mood game in our gut. Our illnesses came from our gut. And we now know that he was absolutely right that most of our issues including being tired and including having depression anxiety actually stems from gut despite basis. Which is a fancy way of saying that the microbiome within our god is all screwed up

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"areola" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast

RFK Refugees Podcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"areola" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast

"But they didn't you wouldn't you wouldn't pen them in non-eu replaceable from this game. So i could see. I mean i could see them throwing Areola in a more advanced position. I could see that happening. I mean really errol areola. Both aerial angeline gristle are going to be incredibly versatile. In this position they can move. You could push them up higher on the field if you wanted You get the magical. What we all thought twenty twenty. We'd be which would be gristle areola just absolutely owning the right side of the field switching off between wingback and winger. I think julian grizzlies was more of a wingback. I think i think earl might actually fit fit in wars. a winger Moore's right winger. I could see that happening I think i think it is going to be. I think we're we're we're we're in the tremendous opportunity over the last season. Was everybody got injured at the everybody got injured as the year. Went on that necessitated things. Now we're already injured guys are going to be getting back healthy now that it becomes a problem of how do you feel this becomes. A good problem becomes neget. Guys get healthy. You start slotting him in now. You have guys that were you. Were you were pending into starters. Paulviollis ole kamara that our going to have to fight for positions and that creates competition. And when and when this team has had competition for spots. That's when good things happen. It's been a while. Yeah it's been a long while thirty players on this roster. We didn't even mentioned that. Like when's the last time dc had thirty players on their roster. I think. I think they might have looked Yeah i mean that's true. Then the last two were signing the last couple of days so even without them were closer to a full roster that we in bed in a while but yeah i mean with the body the body count we've got going on. It was certainly was good to. It's good to have extras you meal. Assad i thought was okay. I think he was gassed at sixty minutes. I have as course has as mentioned now. Numerous times lost out on par with them. Because your meal did not score because you meal.

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The Legacy of Trauma: Can Experiences Leave A Biological Imprint?

Short Wave

04:02 min | 1 year ago

The Legacy of Trauma: Can Experiences Leave A Biological Imprint?

"Okay so we are talking about epa genetic. Stay where do we start areola. Well we gotta go back to the basics genetics minus the abbey part so most of the time when we think of genetic changes. We think about dna mutations be squeezed changes in the actual sequence of dna. Yeah and it turns out. This isn't the whole story. Our dna is covered in small molecules. That tell her body had a use the dna. Brian dies gave me a great metaphor to describe all this. He teaches at the university of southern california school of medicine. So within you. And i is a book of life which is our dna and that dna needs to be read. And if our dna is a book of life than those small molecules i was talking about our punctuation marks and depending on what punctuation is where the book is going to be read very differently. Meaning those markers can amplify or down certain parts of our dna so when we talk about epigenetics were talking about how these molecules around our dna affect our dna is read exactly and we can see this really clearly in different parts of our body. How well every cell in our body has the same blueprint the same dna. But we know that not every cell in our body is the same we don't have. We don't have is growing in our fingertips. Speak for yourself over there so look even though ourselves all have the same dna. The dna is being used differently in different cells. And i'm guessing epigenetics has something to do. Yes our ib genetic markers vary in different parts of our body in the i for example. There's certain markers that say you become an i cell and suppress everything will make you a tooth. And here's the thing. Our environment and behaviors change our genetics. All the time not enough to make peace start growing out of your eyes. I promise but still changing. Yeah and i. I remember learning about this discovery in grad school and it being revolutionary like oh our environment can affect our genetics in real time without actually changing the sequence of our dna at all. Yeah and of course. It's more complicated than that. But this field is a really big deal. It's shown us that different environmental factors like diet and pollution can change our epi genetic markers and now people are trying to figure out if trauma and stress also cause genetic changes and if they do can. These changes be passed down like the dutch hunger study. We talked about earlier right. Yeah among others now look. We can't assume too much from these human studies. They have small sample. Sizes are tons of confounding variables. Right right i mean. Isn't it possible that these descendants are more likely to have these diseases due to social factors. Yes i asked bianca the same question she said. I sure that's a problem with human studies. it's really hard to separate the learned experience from the biological one. It is hard to say that a parent who has starred will now then treat food in the same way apparent who is not starved. And what we're interested in looking at is if we remove the parent from the situation and we just have the sperm cells and the exiles doll the work. Do we still see these changes and one way to start to figure that out is doing animal studies. Right so brian. The scientists who gave us that cool metaphor earlier did some of the first groundbreaking research on this. He basically introduced male mice to a particular smell. And when we exposed the meister smell we administer a very mild foot. Shaw that we i are selves at. We know it's not painful but mildly annoying to the mouse and as a consequence that particular smell becomes stressful to the parental generation.

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For the second time in a week, a Parkland student has died in an apparent suicide

KDWN Programming

07:24 min | 4 years ago

For the second time in a week, a Parkland student has died in an apparent suicide

"The hour in the park land community is appealing to parents of Marjory stoneman Douglas high to address the threat of suicide after last year's deadly shooting a week ago. Former student Sydney ILO who survived the massacre died by suicide her mom said she suffered from survivor's guilt and had PTSD then on Saturday a second student died in what police are calling an apparent suicide. Let's bring in Rhonda Martin. She's a regular guest. You can find out more at expert news, analysts dot com, highlighting the intersection of today's top news in the field of psychology. Rhonda good, Monday morning. Good morning. Matt. I know this hits home in in your. I know you're in the Florida area, I know this hits. And this just continues to. I mean, this story continues and continues. Now, we have the one girl that committed suicide we should say the second one on Saturdays and apparent suicide. What? Do we know about the second one? Rhonda, what are you hearing? And what's going on here? Well, it hasn't been substantiated. Whether it was a suicide related to the incident your ago, or even if it was a suicide, but certainly there are a lot of suggestions initially that having had this terrible terrible situation on fourteenth of last year. And knowing that the entire community is still struggling, and Matt you, and I know that our society as a whole we lack mental health care, and there are a couple extra resources that have been put in place in that community because of that shooting. But I think the most important thing to remember is each case of PTSD, and we know that the first of these these two situations, she spoke odd, Sydney areola, a Hurst west PTSD, we know that each case of PTSD, it's very pronounced. It's very severe especially in a situation of following a shooting like this. And when you're talking about hundreds of teenagers that have. Varying levels of PTSD and trauma from this is a very serious situation. So we need more mental health resources that are strong and specialties in PTSD to help. And I know that there is, you know, there's an emergency management director that's been assigned to handle this from the state, and like I mentioned Eric couple extra resources that have been put in place, but the gravity of the situation like this with PTSD even just one piece of it. It's very difficult to trade, and it's usually very severe. We've talked about all ages on this show and kids are resilient especially younger kids when they're when they go through tragedy. But this age group is fourteen to eighteen or whatever it is thirteen to eighteen. What about that age? I guess are are they as resilient as younger kids. Does it is it likely to stick with them longer? I mean is there still time for them to really work through this? Well, children are resilient except when you're when we're talking about PTSD it matters. How much are they going to be encountering future triggers? And when we look at the first of these two hundred rituals with Sydney, her family mentioned that just being in a college classroom and the trigger says just being a classroom school. I gaily overwhelmed care so children can be very resilient yet with PTSD except for when there's such a severe incidents, such as this were continued triggers, and especially I mean, look at the the hundreds of kids that were close to the situation lack Valentine's Day and parkland, and they they could be best friends with those that were killed her. Injured in it. And that's too close to severe for them to really be expected to be. Forbid at this point with the triggers. So again, I really think we're just under under resource down there right now. And that there's a way to find the right people to get there. But there's definitely improvements that we can make are we still fighting the stigma the stigma of getting help the stigma of mental health. You know, I I've heard a little bit about that. But like, I said you, and I talk about it on a constant basis. I don't know why there would be one. But is there still a little bit of that in the area? Well, I think that in a case like this most people in bipartisan. I mean, they'll everyone will look at it and say, let's get help for these people. This is really a severe situation. So in these kind of situations, I don't know that there's that much stigma attached to to just agreed that this is too. Let's do something it's that we don't have the resources to really send down there. And without a, you know, a state that because the top person in the field of psychology baffled. Sandercock? I think about him he's up in the northeast region. He has his conferences that he pulled. I was in one of those two weeks ago, and I just looked around the room. And boy there were so cute people throughout the country that really are experts, and he continued to speak about that over and over about the lack of research and just that lack of experts in this field. So I think that I don't know that we would even happy vailable resources to get to those individuals. And so it comes down to how family and friends and teachers and administrators know if there are other kids that they need to look at this week and get them to some kind of urgent care and with that it's it's looking at who can fall asleep when they lay down at night being able to stay asleep being able to wake up for school. So the teacher notices that a child is teenagers on their third day of being tardy that week something to look at. And then in this age group, we really have to watch for alcohol and drug. Used a lot of individuals that are struggling with PTSD will try marijuana. And they'll use it recreationally. I also alcohol abuse happens with those that are trying to treat with PTSD and anger and any kind of logical agitation. So it's gonna come down to the only friend making certain teachers looking for these things and the kids, and then if they see them don't just to that community to go get the mental health help look around the state and look in other states, even if they need to go into other regions, which they very well may need to do to find the experts in this field. And I think above all the most important predictor for who is going to end up with a real severe situation and PTSD is gonna go doctor sent family mental health history. Matt so we need to look at mom. Dad sister, brother and uncle, and if there is any history of PTSD or anxiety or depression in the family. Those are the kids that we really need to keep our I on for these other symptoms that were looking for and as just community members. I think right now that is the most powerful thing that community can do at this time for those children. Yeah. Keep an eye on your neighbors there in that community. Just our our hearts go out to that community in parkland is unbelievable. Go through that. And now they're going through the loss of more of their

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