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"arshavin" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"arshavin" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Caught offside with every gumming then. Jj davani oh yes. Caught offside from the upper west side manhattan from an apartment in brooklyn new york. Andrew gun ling. Jj davani transfer deadline day. What's up brother. I feel as if you're oh yes intro. As iconic as it is is not as dramatic assay skysports transfer deadline day or else jerem gaito with their With their rather over the top countdown. We maybe next year we need to do something. Very very dark and dramatic for transfer deadline. Day like a a brian. Fontana panda watch yet. Something like that but you sat in a chair in the dark with just your silhouette you know rubbing your hands together with kind of knock glee not excitement. Not but some kind of menace. Why is that the emotion that we're trying to evoke from transfer deadline. Because it's dry it's ramped up to such a point that You know. Miguel delaney tweeted this out. He said what happens to the people. Now who seoul obsession on twitter and social media and possibly life is trance. I what happens when the window shots for them. This is their christmas andrew. So you're right and this is a thing. This is a relatively new trend. It is not exclusive to soccer. It is very much a part of american sports as well. And i wonder what's behind that. If it's like fantasy sports crazed just the idea of roster building in general like for us. Maybe people are obsessed with it. Because like i can't really relate to messier rinaldo like what they do i. It just doesn't even make sense to me. Like i can never do the things they do. But i think deep down inside all of us believe that we could in some way build a roster. We all in some way. Be the general manager. Oh you've our favorite team and so maybe that's why people have gravitated towards that because they almost feel like it's more relatable to try and build a team than it is to play a sport. Oh sure and strangely. You know you said you'd see tweets which i find particularly grim you know about clubs outgoings. They sold this guy for x. Amount brought in this guy and they'll be like that's how you run a club that's how you run a business and i'm like the joy you're getting from. This is far too much. You know the joy should be derived from whatever player you signed and their contribution on the field not not spreadsheets not stats and figures. And things. Like that. And they can be interesting. I we enjoy regularly. Delving into the world of swiss ramble. Who gives us the breakdown clubs amortization all those things they could you know they they can be interesting but For some people this is the sport. Well the thing that i find particularly ridiculous about this is that you know you fully know that there are people who lose their minds and live and die with the signing or not signing of a player that they have literally never watched play. And i find that funny We all remember andrei arshavin being announced finally at our snow on part of that huge sense of joy that arshavin signed for our snow was based on Okay some good performances in european competition. That were televised. But don't tell me that arsenal fans were watching him regularly. Because they weren't but the other side of it was tottenham didn't get him. There was a point in that transfer saigo not saga however long hours. Were after him. That to northland clubs. Were in the chase for andrei arshavin. So a lot of it. Too is one-upmanship You know united finds look at sancho veron christiano renaldo and they'll be goading liverpool fans and even possibly manchester city fans to about this. You're right in some ways. It's almost like a status thing. Like look it all these guys that want to be a part of of our club not yours and there's a dopamine hitch from the transfer there's a dopamine hedge from the likes and re tweets when you make a smart comments are are you say how you wanted to transfer window on twitter or instagram. So it's all that It's it's part of it's part of modern phantom it's very grim and but has been building for years and years. I mean it was it was so it was such an event and a thing At sky and and still is not quite what it used to be. You know andrew. They sent their reporters to grounds only to be surrounded by insane people especially the winter transfer window in all kinds of awful weather. You know trying to get on. Tv holding up signs in some cases holding up phallic symbols and inserting them into the year of one sky. Presenter i i to the point where sky you have to stop doing that and go inside. The grounds are somewhere where the fans worked It is quite a scene We'll go through it. We will be part of the problem for today at least and we will talk about some of some of the key moves from deadline day. Maybe some of the clubs that we feel have had particularly good or bad. Transfer windows also. Jj because we have played three matches in the primarily. You know what today is my friend. What day is that. Jump to conclusions day. We need to drop. Oh you have caught me off. Guard and I don't really know what to say in a moment like this other than i'm sorry you don't have it know what andrew. You can't not have the jump conclusions. Drop oh you're oh no no. No i thought you meant the boeing. Sound no no boeing. I'm not don't worry. Jj act not only. Do i have what you're looking for. I actually created a whole new open. So i actually don't wanna play. I wanna wait until we get to the real action. Yeah oh what. A pro total tease by the way. Just just the my my my my outpouring of anger there was nothing to do you per se but it's it's it's reflected from from our listeners. Who were annoyed we talked about. The carbo called a couple of weeks ago and didn't carbo carbon noise. Happy everyone that should make them happy. So we'll do. We'll do our after. The third week of the primer leagues each year. We do And i think we do for. Mls too we do our jump to conclusions. We podcast where we make. Kind of grand proclamations outrageous statements after just three matches and then we determine whether or not we are actually willing to jump to that conclusion. So we'll do that. You have put together a mail bag. Which i did look at. I really enjoyed. I'm i'm excited about that. One god you glad you went to the trouble to do your job. Yeah i did Because i'm a pro like you said I i did see one of our One of the guys who wrote into us wanted to know kind of where we're at with ted lasso.

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"arshavin" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"arshavin" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Caught offside with andrew gumming then. Jj davani o. Yes caught side from the upper west side manhattan from an apartment in brooklyn new york. Andrew gun ling. Jj davani transfer deadline day. What's up brother. I feel as if you're oh yes intro. As iconic as it is is not as dramatic assay skysports transfer deadline day or else on gaito with their With their rather over the top countdown. We maybe next year we need to do something. Very very dark and dramatic for transfer deadline. Day like a a brian. Fontana panda watch yet. Something like that but you sat in a chair in the dark with just your silhouette you know rubbing your hands together with kind of knock glee not excitement. Not but some kind of menace. Why is that the emotion that we're trying to evoke from transfer deadline. Because it's dry it's ramped up to such a point that You know. Miguel delaney tweeted this out. He said what happens to the people. Now who seoul obsession on twitter and social media and possibly life is trance. I what happens when the window shots for them. This is their christmas andrew. So you're right and this is a thing. This is a relatively new trend. It is not exclusive to soccer. It is very much a part of american sports as well. And i wonder what's behind that. If it's like fantasy sports crazed just the idea of roster building in general like for us. Maybe people are obsessed with it. Because like i can't really relate to messier rinaldo like what they do i. It just doesn't even make sense to me. Like i can never do the things they do. But i think deep down inside all of us believe that we could in some way build a roster. We all in some way. Be the general manager. Oh you've our favorite team and so maybe that's why people have gravitated towards that because they almost feel like it's more relatable to try and build a team than it is to play a sport. Oh sure and strangely. You know you said you'd see tweets which i find particularly grim you know about clubs outgoings. They sold this guy for x. Amount brought in this guy and they'll be like that's how you run a club that's how you run a business and i'm like the joy you're getting from. This is far too much. Sh you know the joy should be derived from whatever player you signed and their contribution on the field not not spreadsheets not stats and figures. And things. Like that. And they can be interesting. I we enjoy regularly. Delving into the world of swiss ramble. Who gives us the breakdown clubs amortization all those things they could you know they they can be interesting but For some people this is the sport. Well the thing that i find particularly ridiculous about this is that you know you fully know that there are people who lose their minds and live and die with the signing or not signing of a player that they have literally never watched play. And i find that funny We all remember andrei arshavin being announced finally at our snow on part of that huge sense of joy that arshavin signed for our snow was based on Okay some good performances in european competition. That were televised. But don't tell me that arsenal fans were watching him regularly. Because they weren't but the other side of it was tottenham didn't get him. There was a point in that transfer saigo not saga however long hours. Were after him. That to northland clubs. Were in the chase for andrei arshavin. So a lot of it. Too is one-upmanship You know united finds look at sancho veron christiano renaldo and they'll be goading liverpool fans and even possibly manchester city fans to about this. You're right in some ways. It's almost like a status thing. Like look it all these guys that want to be a part of of our club not yours. And there's a dopamine hedge from the transfer there's a dopamine hedge from the likes and re tweets when you make a smart comments are are you say how you wanted to transfer window on twitter or instagram. so it's all that It's it's part of it's part of modern phantom it's very grim and but has been building for years and years. I mean it was it was so it was such an event and a thing At sky and and still is not quite what it used to be. You know andrew. This sent their reporters to grounds only to be surrounded by insane people especially the winter transfer window in all kinds of awful weather. You know trying to get on. Tv holding up signs in some cases holding up phallic symbols and inserting them into the year of one sky. Presenter i i to the point where sky. You have to stop doing that. And go inside the grounds or somewhere where the fans worked It is quite a scene We'll go through it. We will be part of the problem for today at least and we will talk about some of some of the key moves from deadline day. Maybe some of the clubs that we feel have had particularly good or bad. Transfer windows also. Jj because we have played three matches in the primarily. You know what today is my friend. What day is that. Jump to conclusions day. We need to drop. Oh you have caught me off. Guard and I don't really know what to say in a moment like this other than i'm sorry you don't have it know what andrew. You can't not have the jump conclusions. Drop oh you're oh no no. No i thought you meant the boeing. Sound no no boeing. I'm not don't worry. Jj act not only. Do i have what you're looking for. I actually created a whole new open. So i actually don't wanna play. I wanna wait until we get to the real action. Yeah oh what. A pro total tease by the way. Just just the my my my my outpouring of anger there was nothing to do you per se but it's it's it's reflected from from our listeners. Who were annoyed we talked about. The carbo called a couple of weeks ago and didn't carbo carbon noise there. You happy everyone that should make them happy. So we'll do. We'll do our after the third week of the per leagues each year. We do i think we do. Mls too we do our jump to conclusions. We podcast where we make. Kind of grand proclamations outrageous statements after just three matches and then we determine whether or not we are actually willing to jump to that conclusion. So we'll do that. You have put together a mail bag. Which i did look at. I really enjoyed I'm excited about that one. God you glad you went to the trouble to do your job. Yeah i did Because i'm a pro like you said I i did see one of our One of the guys who wrote into us wanted to know kind of where we're at with ted lasso.

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"arshavin" Discussed on Interesting If True

Interesting If True

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"arshavin" Discussed on Interesting If True

"And welcome interesting true. The podcast remembers to air previously referenced. Stories way after the fact. I'm erin and with the squeak. Arshavin steve and your host jin. I'm shay and this week. I learned that if you one of your pant legs into your sock. People expect a lot less of you. You didn't use it for for us. The same thing happened to be a little piece of toilet paper hanging out the back your pants. I should try combining them. I'd i'm steve gen so thanks to aaron for having a remarkably poignant story to go along with my story you patrons but we're gathered here again for me to tell a story from history. Three this one is not as weird as much as it's mind boggling and terrible but it's also fascinating was extremely important in the fight for safer american workplaces and basic human regard for women. Still don't have the cash. Should women women you mean mermaids yes well. They tells them they were done working there. Ocean women s. three's also tragically unknown Feel like i'm sure those of you guys here in the room are probably for at least a little bit familiar with this. That's only because we're wicked smart because we're plugged in and woke right. That's it that's it. that's it leave it right there. If you're like me when you hear or read some lamenting the loss of the good old days you know. Immediately they a. Have no knowledge of history be are straight white man for c. are both or they could be. Straightway women education will have privilege. Generally more men are like boy. I wish things were like they used to be. There are some stupid white women to yeah. What's it take to get him home to slippers. And a drink these days as my scotch on the rocks. Oh what it takes is getting off at the same time as your partner from both of your working your totes macos forgetting that women did vote for trump to Demographic we're talking about. I think the good old days where she stayed at home all day to remember the madman thing. Yeah lever world that now. She stayed at home and her pearls and her for full dress. Hair done vacuuming. I've seen the picture. There you go. Things are much better for most people in the united states currently than they've ever been perfect no way but better and also some government oversight into things like oh. I don't know. Large corporations is imperative and this story proves it so. I'm here to present the story of the ghost girls. But i'm in yes you would think it would be a halloween story before i dive. I need to give some backstory for historical context as well as a quick chemistry lesson refresher an eighteen ninety eight science power couple. Marie and pierre curie discover the elements radium and polonium plutonium. We learn about hatred story. This is polonium. plutonium has to be manufactured. I'm pretty sure to say polonium. So yes they discover the elements of radium and polonium breaking down the components of pitch blend. Which is a form of the mineral your night which is occurring and brown or black masses and contains radium as also the favourite mineral of satan. And why you don't let superman piss in the woods right exactly. That's a pitch. Bland is what made me think of satan. Then i realized it said black masses and i was like double-whammy black sabbath songs and not scientists masset what we need to set group by schools. Now even if it's been a few years since high school chemistry abbott. Everyone here knows a little something about radium and polonium and for the first is right. In the name. Idioms i know that Carey died of poisoning from those because of what because she glows in. The dark. shouldn't eat it. What i'm looking for a word here. That's all right with radiation the ocean. I thought that was so obvious that you know it killed near equality and gave lex luther cancer. Apparently it's not that obvious thing that's right. It's they're both highly radioactive Which as we all know is pretty dangerous to us bio lifeforms. But a scientific knowledge is often based on trial and error experimentation. The curry's were not at first aware of what the long term repercussions We're gonna result in From little close aware of it for quite a while. Scientists don't keep the radioactive isotopes and their pants anymore can see my bones. Yea usually you can see the bones. You don't need any radiation or notebooks are still like in a vault that you have to get special access to. Because they're crazy radio lead lined boxes. You're probably only gets ten minutes with time or something. You have to wear full protective over. So yeah it's interesting. It wasn't until nineteen hundred. Okay so they discovered the is are. They discovered the elements in eighteen. Ninety eight and it wasn't until nineteen hundred that the dangers really began to make themselves known colleague of there's an becker. Al carried a tiny amount of radium. His waistcoat for about six hours and was dismayed over the following weeks his skin burned ulcerated and would never heal radiation lesion. First person we know what the radiation burn. Why why won't this heal. It's because you made it out of super cancer. Yeah he he. He carried it around and then he was like. Oh we're a little red spot next morning. Weird weepy red spot gotten bigger and then it goes back to his waistcoat goes. That's where i put that radioactive isotope though. I don't know if he lost like a bowel from that. I don't i'm not sure the little head. They grew out from underneath his ribs. Get its phd. Later and did a lot of the same work is trying to charge up his watch face. Well that didn't determine pierre however and by nineteen o two. Marie had successfully isolated the element radium in addition to a doctorate in science and a nobel prize for this discovery. Marie also received a dose of radiation high enough to cause her death by aplastic anemia. And nineteen thirty four tomorrow but that was thirty years later right it was so sound like she died young younger than she might. Otherwise have well yeah it. It caused her. Death had died early. Sixties sixty six. I'm willing to bet that last ten years wasn't so great. Though pierre carry not been accidentally killed by being run over by a horse drawn cart six. I bet he would also had radio on his list of causes radio. Of course though. The horse's name was radio at least for him. It was very quick. It ran over his head. Oh there was no suffering. He slipped on the ground and the car ran over his head. He probably slipped because he was oriented from all the radiate. I've forgotten what love is. I have a feeling she knew we were gonna ask that question so she looked up the answer and i was also curious myself because they talk about. I've heard marie had radiation. I was well how to pierre. And i was like. Oh he fell in the street. Just a.

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"arshavin" Discussed on The Travel Wins

The Travel Wins

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"arshavin" Discussed on The Travel Wins

"We did in l. a. On for work shoes and we were careful obviously guidelines. Zdc and all that stuff. And i was tested a ton just on its arshavin. Not howard hughes. I had to work to get to la and so we did so In only the seats of so many availables go ahead and get along and delta just made i went back and putting people in the middle seen kinder standards economic reality but it was nice. It was nice. It was nice. Having to moreau's yeah in. I think delta did a really optimal are and on the corporate communications standpoint on the top of it might my. My neighbors are actually Flight attendance for delta. Yes i was getting a daily update. Oh yeah of you know there once a week flight to And they were pretty far far up to get cut but They weren't flying. Why was it. It was tough over for a lot of people industry lobby you know. Thanks government assistance to get you through it but it was you know and then you know there's so much unknown virus yet it all. It's transmitted on the daily as a fatal everything. Yeah it's it's a risk know when just like you know we felt terrorism inter continued terrorist attacks. Were risk after nine eleven. I mean i remember sitting up on you on a flight into dc from your In having appointed him literally look at me and say in other guys sitting in the same area. If something happens you guys are my last line of defense. I'm gonna make sure. The i mean those were real conversations in two thousand one after september eleven. That's an any shudder into obviously tighten. Things i've obviously intelligence better. You know security has gotten better. But i mean it's hard to believe talking spin you know.

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