18 Burst results for "Ben King"
"ben king" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"In terms of interest level what we just saw in October and what we saw two years ago in the Stanley the Cup it would it would in most cities because NFL is king but in the cities were NFL's Ben King in their teams have had you know loyal rabid fan bases and it's not as loyal anymore. I understand it's eroded in a significant way. They'd all be back all would be just like they were for. Rg Three and two thousand. Twelve had a star player and it got to the playoffs and the Seattle Game Wildcard game. Three Games away from the Super Bowl did a fifty fifty on television. You couldn't get a ticket to that game. That was one of the most sought that in the week before against the cowboys for the division title. Where the two most difficult difficult tickets we've seen at Fedex? Field may be ever now. Rg Three was a star. You know like we haven't had at least in that that moment he was but anyway Watching Monday night just made me think Could the redskins ever do with the forty niners or doing here because the forty niners you know. They did have the hardball years. But when hardball left yet some lean years and a lot of questions about ownership in dysfunction and a lot of things going on in that organization and now that you now unfortunately they got the guy that should have been the redskins coach after Mike Retired. Kyle's should be the coach ear but ownership And Front Office or too stupid to see you know real talent On a coaching staff. When it's right there in front of them? And that's why Kyle Shanahan the hand in Sean mcvay and Matt Leflore and everybody else is off doing different things in succeeding in other places and not succeeding here but we got Jay. GRUDEN wouldn't for five and a half years that was awesome and now we got old man Callahan for at least another seven games. All right Thanks to Aaron. Thanks to all of you back tomorrow with Tommy..
"ben king" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"But if you thinking about breakaways getting into a breakaway toward France is a bit like buying lottery ticket the chance, any writer, however, have a good. They are in that situation. I pulling off a breakway when the told what is at two hundred to three hundred two on and is communist, she's chance of winning sprint the toward FRANZ winning the first brand in Brussels, which let's face it, if you won that, that would be enough MO. Than enough and is it better than three hundred twenty probably is the, the thing about the breakway. I mean, no one goes in them. I mean even last year, you know, you wouldn't have seen dimension data riders coming in certainly in until the racist kind of settled down a little bit. They've got no one in that no one in that perspective lineup that's going to know. No. When it gets harder. Two white until probably after lap launch. Be good opportunities to share for guys like Ben king. Yeah. I mean, I, I think it hinges on comedy health on presume, the team been monitoring not just a result, since the Vigna high, he's been writing highways been recovering health is like an if, if he is healthy. And you could imagine that he still you know, that, that it could just be a top waiting to be turned on. And if the circumstances are right the, you know, the tour although there all these Spence's air, we were remembered by two twenty thirteen thirty. And if you recall in Corsica, this huge crash that to a low of and David Miller, ended up second in the bunch sprint was second or third on the bunch sprint albeit wanna think by Marcel Kissel wasn't an he was, but he was about the only sprint third left. I'm not suggesting that, you know, so many similar could happen, or we want to top, and you just never know and some of these sprinters might be boxed in or taken, I or not there and common dish with the skills e. Has in those situations there might be a chance. And if he's there, he's the sort writer, chance, do you think that waiting to see how he does in British championships in Norfolk of the weekend? I'm not sure not show. He even knows exactly what the time line is. I'm when the choices can be made. I think Steve Cummings is in a similar position dimension data. He didn't finish the dolphin. I was hoping to put in a good performance of the definite and to write his last toward France didn't happen. He fell out by pull out their owner, so. You know there's a lot of uncertainty. And I think the one thing you can't say with with not team with comedy. He's not there isn't anyone obvious waiting in the wings, young rider whose, whose position he would be taking who's opportunity candidate would be taking. It was thrown in. So you know, I still think that he has a decent chance of being selected. Kospi's is supported.
Edmonton doesnt want to be Oil Town anymore
"If you saw the title of today's episode and you immediately thought all Edmonton and you don't actually live there, then we should have had a prize ready for you. But maybe it's not so surprising that this city has found a way to punch so far above its weight over the past few years. Most of the things needed for giant leaps and medical technology. We're already here, Edmonton has more postsecondary institutions than any other Canadian city, it has a burgeoning artificial intelligence sector and a lot of numbers to give those machines to work with, and it has a push from the city that really needs a new way to do business. Our guest today has bugged me a few times about what's been happening in his city and he hasn't been the only one and everybody that did had a story about something they're doing an Edmonton. Sounds like it's from the future. So we wanted to tell a few of those stories and try to wrap our heads around. Why Edmund how much is this? Push costing the city, what does it plan to get back? And is this part of a bigger strategy and a province that could really use a booming non oil industry to emerge over the next few years? I'm jordan. He's rawlings. And this is the big story. Steven Sandler is the editor of avenue Edmonton. Steve been one of the people that keeps telling me these crazy stories invetment. Yeah. It's, it's really been amazing, the kind of I guess it's almost like a perfect storm right now for the city in terms of putting together, a lot of different fields, a lot of different really fields of research together. In terms of creating this health city initiative to basically really promote the idea of a cross pollinating health innovation real hub, that's going to emerge Edmonton, so sort of like a Silicon Valley, if you will for health, health research, and health care where the researchers don't work in isolation. They work knowing what the others are doing to sort of really ramp up in speed up the way that, that medical research is conducted and done and to create a new business model. I mean Edmonton, obviously, any reader reader listener outside of Alberda, obviously thinks of Edmonton. And Calgary as cities still less. Oil comes first and natural resources. We're fully we're fully aware now Berta that we need to sa- firearm, our economy and diversify our the way we live, basically. And there has been this very large push Edmonton, a lot of it based on the fact that university of Alabama is one of the largest medical schools on the continent. It is one of the largest schools in the country, and it is a big research center, and using that as to underpin a real new way of looking at Edmonton, as a research hub as it's a city that's not overly big. So in the sense you don't get lost, and it's a city that has a history of being somewhat collaborative where people do talk to each other and get ideas and received a real mix not just of doctors and surgeons and all the various medical researchers. But the bringing in people from other. Fields as well to inform that research anything from industrial design to big data. Artificial intelligence at Edmonton, you of has been artificial intelligence and has had research and artificial intelligence. When we were still talking about if like the apple two es thing. So they've been Vic goes that goes back twenty thirty years will we're talking today. Because every couple of weeks for the last few months, you've kind of dropped in dropped into our little chat with, like, did you see this coming out of Edmonton, did, you know, about this technology and a number of them have been fascinating, and you've gone to look at them? So tell me you've written a few stories about this. But give me an example of the one that made the biggest impression on you. When you actually went to see what they're doing. They're a couple of I think the cover of this month's issue, which we have is something called a Kobe, Microsft fears. It's a company called IM biotechnologies out of had been Benton. It's not a secret that cancerous tumors can be dealt with if you cut off the blood supply. The, the red blood cells. They're like lot, like other organs. They feed on the blood cells. They need to survive. And if you cut off the blood supply, you can shrink it tumor or battle a tumor or possibly even kill a tumor. The thing is, is that while that practice has been known. It's never been officiant. It's been very invasive process. It's dangerous because also as dangerous for the Oregon and for the patient itself, it's a lot like a lot of other cancer treatments that the cure can actually kill the patient or hurt the patient. You know, maybe more than the benefit outweighs the benefits the holy grail. And this would be is if you could develop a system that was basically dissolved after a few weeks or maybe couple of months. And that's what they've done, and it's been approved by Health, Canada and the FDA. So instead of being this hugely invasive procedure. It's an injection and then you go home and these tiny balls go into your blood, vessels and create like a little damn that block off the blood supply the cancer, but then dissolve in time that it doesn't really hurt you long term. So the idea is, this is a big again, this is a big kind of holy grail moment to, to do this dissolve -able blood damning that can really treat cancer, and it's a big business. So we talk about, you know, the altruistic part of this, that this is wonderful. But sure, these vials are these files are going to go. I mean when I talk to they were talking about five hundred dollars of I'll, and these files are, are tidy medic. Vials. Right. So this is, again, talked with not just about the benefits of medical research, diversifying the economy and getting these businesses, not just to start here, but the plant root here in St. here that's always been the big challenge, for Canadian pharma in any way. It's not the development part. It's the stain part once that they've developed not move to the to the United States. Well, they can make more money. This is year. Absolutely not. And as well as there's a lot of other benefits in terms of how you pay staff and such like that. Let's, let's face it. But I think we're doing a better job of trying to retain, and this is the big part of that health city initiative. It's part of the part of the discussion is it's one thing to have the researchers all here in working here, but to create a Silicon Valley kind of environment. If you wanna use as analogy you need to keep them here, you need to keep people as they do in Silicon Valley in the bay area. And that comes down to a lot of things it comes down to, you know, law things that maybe don't even have a lot to do with the research. It's about the quality of life. In your city. How your city is perceived internationally. And that's where I think, actually, the biggest sort of work for Edmonton is gonna have to, to come is create a profile for the city. I mean obviously even Canada there's a lot. I mean, how many listeners here have actually been deadman ten? It's not like Toronto. Montreal vancouver. We're most of us have spent a lot of time there. It's still a kind of a mystery to a lot of people I get that. I understand that I think everyone understands that. And that's where I think that sell job has to come in. Will you mentioned earlier that, you know, to people who haven't spent time there don't know much about it. Like it is to me. I'm since I was small to meats and oil town. Right. And how do you how do you change that perception at a time when oil town is probably not the not the label? You want to attract talented people to your city. Well, I think that's part of it is trying to spread the gospel of things like health city is trying to show people that there are other other economic drivers in this city. And I think as well. Well, that it's a big research town. It always is a university town at is a government town. And therefore, has a lot of government supports and municipal supports right now is, is, it's a good time it might be ironically, and while the government here, the change over the provincial governments new just like on -tario right now, you know, we're seeing that there's already talks of some cutbacks in these areas like AI, and big data on -tario. Is that going to add further benefit to Edmonton in terms of wealth, money, isn't available in Toronto or an Ottawa? Is it gonna float Albert now, we don't know what the government is this new here? Jason Kenny, what he's going to do in that, that realm. I mean right now he's really working the carbon tax. And I think that's his that's big his big white whale right now that he's chasing. So but we're going to see long-term how that affects things, but right now I think that puts his step up, but yeah, definitely. It's a lot of things. I mean I mean, the city they talked about other things like what is the quality of life? I mean. I mean, what is things like, honestly, the theater scene. What's the downtown dining scene like, and it's really, really improved Edmonton. In fact, you know now we have some Canada's best restaurants here, but it wasn't like that even five years ago. It's changing you know what kind of sports teams do you have to go out on a weekend evening? And are you. Okay with watching the orders lose again. Or is there other options? These are all part of keeping people in a city. It's, it's, it's almost as important as the research, and the scientific work being done is how to make sure these people are happy when they come home, and that there's a lot to do, and that they have a positive image of where they live. It's not a it's changing, but it's not let's say as showy a town, maybe other places, and I think that's a good thing. And it and as well, something that, that were were jesting too, and that's something when you deal with you deal with your worldwide reputation, we'll tell me how the different aspects of health city work together. To create something like this cancer treatment, or some of the other ones, we're going to talk about you mentioned that there's artificial intelligence play. There's big data play. There's, there's medical research. How do they work together in a way that, that they may be another places? I think one of the best examples is a is an institute institute for reconstructive medicine. That's based out of a hospital in the West End of the city, they build people's faces. Let's say you have a, you know, we don't wish this on anyone and knock on wood, a terrible cancer or a terrible accident. The car accident and you have severe damaged onto your face or because of cancer because of cancer or some other sort of disease, doctors have to remove part of your face. Or, or, you know, I talked to a patient who had throat cancer, and they basically had to take out much of his throat and replace it with muscles from other parts of his body, Chris, thanks. Jesus looked like percents. Right. You know, you'd know if someone had let's say. Say a glass eye or a fake knows percents ear and a few years ago, the whole thinking was wire doctors doing the measuring part because that's not their expertise. Their expertise is going after the cancer. So the idea with IRS with they're doing there. They brought together industrial designers computer designers to work on building the implants and is Ben, Ben king, who is one of the designers there. It said to me, very, he said we said the dog who said to the medical profession. Why don't you use the carpenters adage measure twice cut once and so using a lot of technology now with these facial surgeries? Not only are they building percents that are custom made to people's faces because they're measuring and saying it's not one-size-fits-all because it used to be like that you had, it was like getting a t shirt, like, oh, if you're this age, you get a small medium, or large percentage. Now it's custom built to your face. Or if you need to get new teeth or. You need to get new parts to your face. They can look at it and I mean some of the stuff they're doing. It's incredible. I mean I described it walking in. It was you walk into it looks like a Star Trek sick bay mixed with a costume parlour because there really are like masks, that are all that, that are that they're working on and molds, and as well. There's this top end machinery to scam people's heads and scan people's faces. And, you know they're talking about developing dies that, that change with the sun.
"ben king" Discussed on Villains
"They. Take a look at a different type of. We're going to do a horribly an animated movie villain gangster movie villain today. We're doing the most interesting superhero movie villain who's ever been where doing Jesse Eisenberg's lex Luther? We're not doing that. We're doing Eric Stevens graduated Annapolis age nineteen MIT for grad school joined the seals and went straight to Afghanistan where he wrapped up confirmed kills like it was a video game. Started calling him kill mugger he joined j suck ghost unit. Now, these guys are serious. They will drop off the grid. So they can commit assassinations and take down governments it here reveal anything about his identity. He has a dog tattoo, but we have no record of him kill monger. I'm Shay around. That's care Brown. That's Chris Ryan to people who know that just because something works doesn't mean it can't be improved. Let's go. We're going to start with the plot of the movie, I I'm going to run through it. And then feel free to jump in. If I miss something or get something wrong 'cause there's a lot. There's a lie going on. I'm going to do the bare bones version, and I'm an egg nor all comic book related things. Get Black Panther starts with the cello. Principal Kanda stepping into the role of the king of all Kanda. And I didn't realize this. I'm gonna jump off. I didn't realize this until I re washed their recently to get ready for this. Because my head to Challah has been the king of Kanda for like years. Right. Like that's just who he is since he's shown up in my life. He's been there. But watching the movie I realized like he becomes it at the beginning. And then like a week later. He gets overthrown. That's a tough tough. Start rain start. Also, very he's beginning the process of becoming king. He goes through the crowning ceremony a warrior falls with other descendants of Royal blood who can challenge over the throne. He gets challenged by boku defeats them. And then it becomes king. Meanwhile, over in London, we get introduced Eric Stevens who's we're gonna find out his kill monger. He's teamed up with you. Liz claw in their stealing. Somebody brainy. I'm from a museum to sell it on the black market. This all turns out to be a rusel. Because really what kill monger is doing is. He's setting the pieces in place. So we can return to conduct an exercise is blood right to challenge for the throw and he wants to do this very badly for two reasons. Number one. His father was a condom defector whose was living in Oakland and ended up getting killed by the Ben king of will Kanda to Chaka to child his father to confronted him about him having worked with Ulysses to steal some by brainiac ends up having to kill him and to. And this is really what takes kill monger from being one of those like, oh, something bad happened to me as a kid. And so now, I'm a villain like level of characters and advances up to the top level of interesting compelling complicated movie characters but kill Maga wants to use the technology and the weapons that they have in Kanda to liberate all of the black people in the world. We had a section called four interesting things that I'm gonna throw these four things out there. Do you know, what marvel movie was that will kind of made its first appearance? Of course, I don't know that is Asia usual. Altron was not eight voltron. It was a way back in two thousand and ten iron iron man to it happens. It's a really quick little thing. It's Tony stark, and Nick fury, and they're just hanging out talking and in the background. There's a math like a world map, and you can see the continent of Africa. And there are some places highlighted on their one in the ocean one over here. But one of them is Kanda condo question. Mark. Yeah. It's just a thing. You don't see exactly what it is. Is it the only country that's labeled all of Africa? Right there. That's the only one math. I don't know. How people catch this stuff when they're watching them?.
"ben king" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin
"Booster gold can do his little time field battlefield removal. And do I believe that who struggled will do that because he really wants to win this fight. That's really what it's kind of coming down to for me. So for this one, I'm going to have to give it to the human torch. I have every confidence in you Sern. What you pull down last year before taxes, do I think he can. It wasn't argued that he could not. So I kind of think he can. I think that he could do this. So I think that Mr. that Mr. flame thrower here could could beat the time traveler, you know what? I actually think as much as I think there's a way for booster gold to beach on dorm. I do have to say that Jay's point about and not just speed of his traveling how fast you can fly, but his speed of activating in getting to do all the cool things you can do would be what would prevail like he can activate his stuff really much quicker way to be more effective than I think. Good. So I think in that way I can. I can see exactly your point. Finally, finally, some Justice in the who would win. Really, really, really, really. Not fair every week. Rarely. I'm just messing with you. Thank you. Crystal, James, you when you came to me with this debate idea. Well, you know what? I'll save that for aftermath and I'll also save my favorite booster gold story which was not mentioned in the whole debate. I'll save that for aftermath. Well, before I forget, I do want to give very quick shoutout to Ben king for his amazing artwork. Amazing will forgot to do that earlier. So I wanted to do it right then. So with this with this battle, it was against someone like I love the challenge of fights do because it's not so much. That's why like matching up different characters because it's who can do. Sometimes it comes down to who can do their alternate destruction fastest and I was like, okay, how can he fight this fight? That is our ways to win yet high Ming Israeli big in this fight. Yeah, this is a really smart fight and we're comes to timing. I gotta say, Johnny storms, like the king. Timing? Absolutely, correct. Jas points? Absolutely. Greg. All right guys, this was another fun fight. Crystal again, I'm as job being moderated. Can't be easy for you. I'm not sure how many like you know, headaches, you get from these battles or whatever. I hope you've self medicate legally and just do what you gotta do to take care of yourself police. Everyone where we can find you..
"ben king" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"He's setting everything up. The offense starts with him. It's going to run through him. Echo one on one. Triangle often in one minute on the fourth quarter with Jordan, it was trying office will call me. It was like give the ball to this guy. Yeah. 'cause 'cause it's closing time. Now, third quarter two minutes ago you run into trying. You try and get everybody involved there by touchy, touchy touchy, but money turned, yes, you clear out and let him make the right decision. Remember Kobe Jordan. They thought they were the right decision rods, different player. The prime will make the right decision, which means they could be a pass or he could take the show. You know what's true. He did do that a few times. So he just every time that happens, people always say, well, he'll give up the ball. They had times man. It only happened to you only happen a few times in his career where he actually passed up a big shot opportunity, impasse it to somebody. What are you talking about? The LeBron LeBron James, we'll tell them, oh, no, no, no, he's he does that now, he's the reason Why why you you Tyrone. tiled reason shorts to read smart short? George hill was on the free throw line 'cause it was a crunch situation LeBron made the right play when he didn't take the shot, but it was the right play was wide open to was the right play. That's my point. But I do think that it's LeBron five years ago, eight years ago when he would make the right play, it was always LeBron's making the right play. Doesn't want to shock stoop. Now we're. He'll take the and I think he does take the shot more because I think he realizes LeBron contested is still a better option than a lot of guys open and. Now, there is no other choices. I used to say that all the time they do the body you on third down. Yes. Well, who else they to so and so it was over. I don't care. Option. I'm the, I'm the option period. Kobe, Bryant is the option of Brian James. The dodgers have a make or break weekend against arch rival series up sex. Boom, boom, boom, cannon, chill. This is when the pain coming through the singers voices. This is when Payne was still allowed to come through the singer's voice now they ought to tune it out. So everybody happy. Years old. If he was with us in ninety nine. Did you kill Barrington any. This is my disease. It means he's gone. Trust me. You don't have to look it up. Oh boy, next door. So. Right in office next door, right. Exactly. Oh, God bless today. He just gave us coffee. He's talking about Mr.. King died twenty fifteen April of two thousand fifteen, and he would be seventy nine years old. The Pfister it'd be a lot of different people. Man, Ben king Ben. We already. Mr. king we already. That'd be that'd be well Dr king, but it could. That's true. Ben Ben. By Jaguar, Land Rover, Newport Beach, seventy three towards the sea and Land Rover, Newport Beach dot com. Land Rover, above and beyond. Sean McVeigh is going to join us a little bit more from right now at eight thirty..
"ben king" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"S I s c p twenty five. Well, Don front, not the website. Scientists sport don't call SIS EP twenty five. The finish is Are you looking a lot. for front? We, I thought we were going to describe the beautiful Senator. We are watching from the spark. Well, it's beautiful. Is it? I'm doing this as the the most beautiful part of the Basque country we are currently, no. So why would we, you know, slice just move on we. We had some interviews of the buses do not wanna hear those, but we are in front of a wall full of graffiti and recite Curie story today involving graffiti the the kitchen. I band serve out tracks of the Spanish TV have been all painted with graffiti via some vast activists that were asking for amnesty for the prisoners of a former terrorist group that was active here in Nevada county on the whole Spain it. So, yeah, I gotta do that Eucation I. They put some graffiti in the band, did they? Yes, they did. Didn't you see all come on a can relieve you. You don't look at Twitter, you're twenty first century journalists that should be your primary tool and source of information unless the sorry, but it's Simon Clark. Who was Simon Clark? He's stagewinner already, of course in the to on he sort of did a great job today for Michael was on a finished certainly says, Mike, who is over Simon Clark? Yeah, did an excellent job and he was the first education. I writer back the boss while he was speaking on the, you might hear some. Slopping clapping of hands as as Ben king road pass double stage winner, former writer on that team, and he was obviously delighted for them and for Michael woods, and he stopped to to give his congratulations just proving once again that he was a worthy. Second week peddler Sharm wasn't a. m. here at the finish as Simon Clark. You're being called man-of-the-match there. I mean, you had an important job to do that. Then we are woods. He's an amazing athlete, but he has spent a whole lot of time in the sport when we both got in the breakaway today, I, I knew that I could have a big influence on him winning the stage shea, and I knew he had the legs to do so I may try use my experience to cover maybe what he lacked in a winning environment and made sure that we stayed positive. And we were always on the front foot because we twenty five guys in the breakaway as you if you get on the back foot, it's pretty much all I've also whenever on the back foot going to be aggressive, and I took that on to make sure he could just sit back and relax little bit. Fuck somebody had to do on the final on this claim that you as a team knew that you study that before, hun. Nah, nah, not at all, but we we have on my GRA. Got it as a great research on on the finals, and we have a get fully informed before h day on very day towel. Why every final with videos and and Google with Firdaus and whatnot, everything even though we may not have written the final climb, we have it pretty good idea of what way. What's ahead of us. When did you hear that? The eight one. I think I was about Takeda go. I kinda have to go, I think so. Yeah, actually the my team cop literally possibly me as on. So it's cool to bay with him when when he crossed the line, as you say, quite new to the sport bought, he is threatened to to do this the last couple of years. And this is certainly his biggest. Definitely. Is a longtime coming fame, but the beauty of the sport is it's not just Hemi numbers. You put out. There's also fehb a skill and technique and experience required to win back ISIS. Just on this. That's probably why it's taking him so long as long as it has to win big rice, but he can do the numbers. I think what he'll take away from today's win will be very important his future, and I think same winning a lot more ice now assignment Clark talking about his experience as opposed to Michael woods relative newness that to the sport..
"ben king" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Now we don't journalist Dan hackenberg of alchemy dot blot, Dr newspaper how you doing. Myself. Pretty fine, actually. Pretty fine. Yeah. Well, you're going home as well tomorrow, but you're coming back because there's a lot of interest here in this. Well with team lotto imbo of course, Wilco kelderman of sun web and balcony. Mowlem of trick. Sega frayed oh, now with ten kilometers to go. If you said to me some money on the stage winner, I would have a lot of money or Mollema reeling in Ben king. What happened? First of all, you got a lot of only don't have. So let's make that clear. First of all, I was talking maybe fifty euros. For for Dutch understanding. That's that's a lot of money. No, I would have put it on Belka as well. He close the gap quite fast one and a half minute became a minute, became thirty seconds, but he he got stuck over there. He blew he blew. And and he was quite honesty. E could see him then king, but there was no way he could come close in the less the less Kay. He made wrong bet where by by letting king go, he was honest about that was technical mistake, and he was thinking that Thomas against might be might be stronger. But at a certain point, again told Bowker if you want something today, you better get along or you better get away. 'cause I'm not gonna make it today. So he he depended on Thomas again, who is good in stages, but almost again, wasn't there in the final. So the time Mollema last with. Thinking talking at Sitra what's the time? He got short on the less case, and he did get very close. There was one, maybe two and a half kilometers to go where he could see Ben king ahead and must have been agonizing for him, but king look smoother. Mullah style is quite awkward. Anyway, he's got a curved back and he rocks a bit, but he did look strong for while. And do you think it's just the fact that he's had the of France as well and a lot of racing? No. You had a lot of raising, but did it quite easy coming to the floor banking really. Trained for this and banking said something nice about it. He said, with the heart circumstances of the last nine days with the extreme hot temperatures, everybody is losing their level. He said guys, like mama, he fared Malmo a lot if the guy like domes a lot. But he said, I think if because of these circumstances, these guys don't get on the top top these days, that might be true, actually. So disappointment from all, he'll he'll try again another day in in the middle week or even the fawn week. He's here to prepare for the world championships as a one day race as well. So he will probably be one of the the may men's of the Dutch quad together with the, I guess, from the an even post three guys showed in the in the past that they can do it in one day, racist or stage wins. Now, what about Wilco? Kelderman because he lost that time a few days ago when there was the crash, very unlucky, didn't have much support from somewhere. Diet didn't look like anyway. And today he looked very lively look like the the, the strongest of the guys still one minute fifty down, but what's the? What's the mood of councilman at the moment is mood is good with, I guess he will. He will think about this mechanical tree days ago a lot a lot because in nowadays cycling in the grand tours, we see that time gaps of minute two minutes. You don't make it up that easily. We've seen it in the France with his teammates. Tom, the Milan, an affront real crash on the mood of, but it costs a minute. We're not losing that minute. We would have seen a more danced last days in the Tudor, France, I guess to to lose two minutes on the four. Even when you got terrible, good climber, slacks and t t coming up might be just a bit too much forgo Kalama..
"ben king" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"I think if Ben king was going on a cycling holiday, he would want to go to alpha guava in just above Granada and he'd want to come here. Daniel, you code it a few days ago talking about Ben kings. First state win four dimension data here the Welte. He said, you wouldn't be surprised if he another one. Well. Well, yeah. Was in response to August colleague from radius poo pooing one overeating Bank. He said the banking, we'll Moos not would not have been the kind of Roger here. He would think he would thought would win states too well. So before this stage in the grand tour and. I immediately had a bit of a hunch that we the might be parallel with Thomas mud cincy last year, the polish writer who go to station pretty early. Break right. To see him. With nothing to lose. A threat. I'm about of well time seen it happen here few times. Remember a restaurant echoed code Andre in chanko when he was running. I think for Italy's girls and about fifteen years ago or more. Did a similar thing. And that was really based on just the confidence of ride who gets an unexpected breakaway wind takes from and how that decision making becomes just a lot more lucid. And also I think that judgment of their own effort becomes well becomes more lucid with that confidence. And I put that Ben banking, the French him, and he said, well, no, he knew from training process while to how much he could suffer in how DP could go. But then he, he did sort of concede the. And the psychological Pfizer of the pressure being often not being flustered because he's already had a fantastic welter and that did play a part. Yeah, I don't like drawing attention to all the things you've got right down. You also you also closer in terms of how far the gap between the break and the and the g c riders would come down. I thought they might blow up a bit on the climb, particularly the bottom section actually. Well, Ben king certainly and bow Como llama who is chasing him all.
"ben king" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"He said he drove the loss to the forty kilometers, and there's a little MU a couple Moore on the approach to this. I'm looking forward to seeing on the TV. I hope he wasn't pulling my leg there. Go to see him. He wasn't, but this stage nine of the Welte the closest goes to Madrid. I think before the actual finishing Madrid in a couple of weeks time, this is my virtual. And metaphorical Madrid because it's my last day on the Welte going home tomorrow handing over Madison hand sling star to the buffalo. In fact, if you here, you can just about hear the hooves in the distance and not isn't the Neal's born bulls from under Lucius. That is the buffalo by the full to the school also basing decathlon. I should doing it to explain this again playing very pure autologous game volley spy in call branches of the Catholic on my favorite sports superstore. The only sports superstore radius versus all's boom, bull billboards advertising Spanish vermouth yet we had a nose born Tempera Niilo last night, didn't we? And it was okay, but it wasn't. It was it was we had some very hefty whom he as in a Morzine. It was a bit of a tons of body in terms of sort of tannin's. It was a step down wasn't it was it was a bit wishy washy as the Spanish reds go. Anyway, I think that around thirty five kilometers still to go here, we're waiting for the race set off this morning from Talavera de LA arena. Two hundred kilometers thing that makes it the longest stage of the race so far and break. Up the road. Eleven riders in included Ben king balcony, Ulama Lewis, mass Dylan twins, retie hall in Stein Thomas again and Louis anger Maffei. Who else for the second time in this race dimension data's Ben king is the virtual red jersey on the road. He was well up the road on the stage four to alpha guate- where he won the stage. I'm for a long time was virtual red jersey, the race lead on the road this time. Well, he's comfortably in the lead of the moment because the break went up over ten minutes after they came over the the first big climb his six thirty four down overall. And the break is currently around about nine minutes, forty unlikely the he's going to hold onto the red jersey. But what what chance do you give the break of making up there with devante shape got mission, make. Sunny with some of the is in that Kamala has come here looking for a stage when he went right close couple of days ago in a few days ago when he was beating by Sonnen clock in the sprint and this suits imperfectly doesn't. He also took be the leader's jersey here in two thousand eleven. The only time he's ever held elitist. Jesse in a grand tour. Think what that multi one here in two thousand eleven didn't. Hey, so well, he'll be in the group with GCE. Roger Gass may not get a chance at the stage. When if you're correct there, I think they will hang on, but I think it's going to be quite close. What should we give the which we give them. It'll be under a minute by the talk more, not really to, okay. I'll say a minute, you say to listen onto the podcast while you probably know ready what's happened. In fact listeners, you already know what happened..
"ben king" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"We've also got our book a journey through the cycling ear, which tells the story off the twenty seventeen season, very fine Dari from. France on one of the weeks. Vuelta Spagna is in book. Also picture of me getting changed my Trotter. So if you want to see my fine legs, they are in there too. Don't let that put you off. And if that has put you off, maybe want to download the audiobook version which does not have any photograph of friends lakes in but friend, did you read your chapter or did we get an actor to your chapter? You got an excerpt for leakers. I never read my chapter, not even after the after writing it down. So this is amazing are we will have to read our chapters, but you you have somebody else to do that for you. So yeah, it's not the voice of front as you know, audio book, but it is his work and is available on itunes and audible, and wherever else audiobooks come from, I should. I should probably know more about where it's come from, but I just press a button on my phone download. I mean, simple as that. Now yesterday, Ben king. Dimension data off the Mark with their first world tour win of the season. That kind of inspired af education. I do the same today. Those teams have had a pretty barren year when certainly terms of wins the season. And we were talking yesterday about riders whose name his king grass, of course, is the Spanish equivalent. Somebody has suggested if you tightly the off Steffen Kuehn. That means king in Swedish could is Swiss. So I don't know whether that counts as one of our kings Swe, Sweden, Switzerland, more or less the same or come on a long way apart. They're a long way apart and very distinct countries. But who else? Any other kings? Yeah, we got to also Peter Coney for one of the listeners curently racing for Rome pot. If I'm not mistaken and another friend of podcasts, James Emmett for medicine, sport suggested me. One may in the writer Tiny's writer for by me because of course, as you know, Donna Lionel one in Chinese means king. So another final decision to our long list of kings of cycling. And of course, Sean Kelly, the subject of our Coloma Terceira was nicknamed the king this morning. I went and white outside the dimension data bus four, Ben king. He was overly absolutely delighted. Yes. Today, and he was still smiling the smoldering and you could tell the relief of backing pay win, which not just a matter of personal pride but shown throughout the whole team. So this was Ben king talking this morning in Granada Ben, has it sunk in. It's thinking. It's pretty overwhelming. Obviously delighted yesterday. The pick wasn't a and when the bright side much time. What point did you realize that you were going to be able to go for the state about forty Kate ago? I started thinking, okay. Now we're going to be playing for the win as we got closer to the climb. The break got bit less organized, and so I started gonna just pulling through and having a gap inside punch out a couple of times bottom, and that's how we ended up getting our gap after the intermediate sprint there. What were you thinking with payroll owned in the group and the over your speakers threat..
"ben king" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"I push away all have try again another day. So we're alone clearly feeling that well, he was the monk man and not move. And if he went anywhere, everyone was watching him. Education. I without a world tour win this year dimension data. Their first world tour win this year with Ben king who has I said earlier, had a pretty harrowing diet, Sam, Sebastian, classic. But Fran you said in the car, if you said to me this morning, Ben king will win a grand tour stage in his career. You wouldn't have believed that, but it needed this perfect storm of circumstance. It didn't a big bright that got nine minutes, ten minutes up the road, and then he had the opportunity to finish off and give him credit eight finished it really well. Little Hoss Franchini's he's wanna stay there until I wanna say, if I'm not mistaken, the tour California, he just sees a solid. Barracuda is the French Cobham breakaway specialist and always saying in the in the car. Did you not hear this off? We'd kicked you out. All I can imagine. I beyond the round the possibility that and we've seen this before in the welter and the same that Thomas Inskeep won two stages year Granada resume. Thomas smelt since it wouldn't show me Ben king INA break again. And it wouldn't show me to see him very relaxed confident with nothing to lose and a threat in another stage. Yeah. Yeah. The bottom line of my comment. I also consider the banking like a solo. It will to rider and the solely Duma seek. But I have the same books as a Sunder army, for example, that was also directly like very good powerhouses that were not that I don't know canny and all us to get that win from recre-. But today he was perfectly for for your perfect format. Technically standpoint, of course, he had to lex too. Endorse all these moves. But he made the attack a moment where it had to be made in order to drop Walon who was definitely the most dangerous guy in the breakway and afterwards he played perfectly with the naps from of of especially after the red jersey was out of reach for a moment. He was beautiful. Be a leader of the race, and he was eager pulled too much at some points in order to keep a gap that was speaking out as for him to take the red jersey, the finish line. But as soon as the gap decreased, he took a completely different mood. He began a speaker tting living the most of the bullying up to s Olov who after all, even if he had changed surnames during his career has had a short one playing with his youth talking surnames frown is Ben king. The best ride in professional at the moment whose name means king in their native language is you've got to go Ben king. Ted kings gone. These another band king Lee Lippold Kernan is had little problems. Yeah. Is that a Spanish rod coot Ray anyone? Well, we have Coleman one out the, yes, pro mice ride there. He wrote the world with Montana postal as year. So at some point, my cousin is going to become b, but I don't fron race. King of we discuss over big issues. I'm just just to clear the offer. Tillery to clear up about style north on his change surname friend, Nikita style north of us, Donna. Well, he he used to race under his his father's name and then tested positive when he was quite young ROY, he's still under twenty three. He was non Nikita Venkov until h twenty. Then he came back at sneaky sound of apparently he told me that he spicy voiced, and that was then that he chose to take on the name of his grandfather, ROY name of his father. Like he was trying to wash out his name, his name on his record. He was only a family matter. Well, yeah. I mean, it does confuse the Google searches for sure. And Hugh, I had this discussion before the of change the Sunday Dominica postal, Viva, Viva. We've had that before anyone else. There was another one. I think anyway, we've on, let's move on tomorrow's topic. Don't forget to listen to our morning show. Limiters zero supported by the economist, Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, it will. I spent. We don't Coloma two zero here the welter on Monday with our first episode Welte vignettes partied history..
"ben king" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"But anyway, would I try to make them research it with? He told me, wake me up when decline begins to be fair. I woke up a bit before that listeners and was ever professional, and I've certainly managed to cobble together enough to give this more than adequate tell if the tapa stage four, that was a big break today. And included. Once again, Lewis angle Matto of coffee days, Ben king of dimension data, Ben Gusta of Asia tour Nikita stone off of Astana Pierrel owned -education. First laws, Bom of lotto, Mbo, yellow while of lotto, pseudo and a couple of Spaniards from the wildcard teams out at Spyglass of Euskadi, moody and Oscar beta of Burgos. Now they got so far up the road more than nine ten minutes at one point, they still had nine minutes with fifty kilometers to go and it mend. Ben king was the virtual lead on the road ahead of Ben guest. Our and many minutes on Mikhail create kofsky and there was really no concerted chase. So the break started the climb with still eight minutes in hand, broke up a bit on the climb. Ben king stone off and Wallace were away from the others peer role on kind of missed the boat really while h was dropped, and that left king and stone off to fight it out for the stage with three and a half. Kilometers to go king knew that he'd bid for the red jersey with over, but that probably simplified things for him because it was just a stage win for grabs for him. And it came down to fight between king and style enough on walls closing in fast. But just as he got within touching distance of the leading to basically the sprint opened and king wasted no time, he accelerated very hard and won the stage dimension, data's first world to win of the season, and let's not forget. It's only a month or so ago that Ben king was kind of apologizing on social media for causing the crash at the Sam, Sebastian, classic. That ruled Miquel Landa out of the welter also lead to some pretty bad injuries. For Bono, he oversee felt terrible about that, but he was celebrating this evening with the stage victory, not the red jersey, though there was in the secondary race for the behind team lotto JIMBO really road extremely well. They look like kind of team skylight. They had. Bodies on the front of the g c group set Koos who was so impressive riding in America earlier this month put in a huge effort. And then Simon Yates made a move and gained well, a good chunk of time, thirty seconds plus on everybody that matters will hear a little bit about what that was all about. And so at the finish, well, no change to the red jersey Mikhail quit kofsky still in red, but Emmanuel book men of Boorda Hans growers closed within seven seconds of the ovary lead Simon eight at ten seconds Alejandro very at twelve and Wilco. Kelderman twenty-five only other jerseys. Stay on the same shoulders. So cost key is still leading the points competition, but Valverde will wear the green jersey tomorrow and Louis angle mata- is still the king of the mountains. Having into that break today before we discussed of well to stage a bit more detail, just an update on the blue team who were racing here this time last year of. Course the star of the week. They learned that the team was coming to us at the end of the season. Well, today, things took an even more dramatic turn for the ride is because they learned they won't even be riding the tour of Britain which starts at the weekend. So the ride is really happening higher and dry. And as I said in the podcast last night, we had a ride as Dari plan from the tour Britain with one of the riders. Well, clearly that won't be happening. Now that will be an episode dealing with the collapse of Yaqub blue team and the circumstances that have led to a lot of riders and staff looking for jobs very late in the season community around the world stories in films within most compelling characters, the world's finest parliament..
"ben king" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"If he can go to the Welte with the sort form that he showed already this year, I think he can write a very good Vuelta am. I don't know what the sky leaderships that going to be. There guarantee Mus was supposed to be at one point writing with wealth, whether that will not change. I don't know Chris room while was talking about that by think. I don't think that will happen so it could be. I don't know what I I'm really don't know what the team skyline up will like the Welte. They have the chance of going for the third, a third, grand tour in one season, don't they? I? Yeah, I do, but I. I think while it's going to be very difficult we, regardless of the the roster they pay can kind guarant- Thomas if he rides. I mean, I think with Britain starting in why it was, I mean, that's a heck of a draw for guarantee. And I mean, I don't want to get into speculation. I've at team selection issues, but you would you would think that would. That that would pull at the heartstrings if nothing else compared to three weeks racing around the Welte which is thing off the back of the tool, it's not the sort of thing you can really do lightly. Normally that kind of a predetermined strategy to right to the front. And then Welte I would we while has guarantor plan the season that way who you know who knows. But. Would be interesting if in a light team without real overall ambitions, it would be interesting to see how young rod elect tag agin hawk go on because they would be relatively speaking less pressure, but might be relatively speaking, less focus, less opportunity to, you know, really get stuck into a very clear by specified go. So it's going to be interesting to say. Could be different for team sky this time. I think he thrives on that Tayo Geoghegan har- he seems to really enjoy having a job to do and doing it very well. That's something that he has done extremely well since joining sky and why fits so well into that team. And but yeah, it will be fascinating, but we wait to find out what the Welte lineups are. Just one final word before we move on 'em just wanna say said there was Banking's fault that the crash. I don't think any blame should be the, you know, the race was five. Ours, ours old m everybody was tired. These mistakes can happen. The consequences were dreadful about, you know, I've seen banking getting some abuse on social media as as per usual. That seems very unfair in it. It was a mistake. I mean, mistakes happen every minute of every right. Don't I consequential of. Vows mistakes, which leads to, you know, the the kind of backlash if you like, I mean to Ben king, you know he, it wasn't mistake, but some mistakes. Worst mistakes don't get punished in a way that's that's bike racing isn't. Everyone is on the edge, everyone's on the limit. There's kind of pressure for spice on the road. Own. It takes somebody takes a hands off the balls or looks around or whatever happens to be an suddenly other Reuters are on the debt. But one thing you can say about every single professional Reuters they well, they never. They never intentionally caused one another to crash because you know the, but for the grace of Goto. So to speak. I hesitate today because oversleep and we talked rarely, very rarely Jenny most kind of rash wave of the arm which is which is custom very dearly. I, it's extremely rather, you know, the riders, no safety depends on that colleagues. And so yet to see Ben king who will be fading terribly Nuff it getting kicking on social media is no. Doesn't really exactly so warm the hall. Any doesn't. Say..
"ben king" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"It's a little bit too much i'm ben king and i ride for team dimension data for quebec oh yeah yesterday the kind of the stress state on after the race we made a plan to park the bus down to the bottom of the mountain so we could be the first one there as we were approaching the fairy other teams are all passing us cutting us off and we ended up getting flick for the first ferry and and had to take the second one so we we waited quite a while to get on fairy then pulled on it was a it was a late night and a long day especially with the finish up at now but i've heard stories about jiro transfer so i'm you know this is my first year i might have been a little bit disappointed without one experience like that but so far we've had two including the the flight from israel to catania so it's been yeah it's lived up to its reputation the euro so far to coffee druk like kinda new i would buy something yeah we we were pretty organized road down the descent all bikes the bulls at the bottom of the descent and then we straight to the ferry i broke while i available rebutted hotel off nine my but adam hansen ladas food oh some guys were not so happy with it and i always said some do they have anything to do tonight and the truth is got nothing else to do shit together hotel jerry's nine foot long transfers this is longest won sofa and to be fair think in two thousand eight and two thousand nine we had three or four days where we get to tell like tofu eighty one in the morning so what last night was ten twenty ten knots not so bad something in the world i think what some gaza complaining about noise.
"ben king" Discussed on Mafia
"She didn't one ben king said anything to ben and she let what happened happened after the break when investigating a murder the first forty eight hours are the most crucial on a new podcast marcia clark investigates the first forty eight famed prosecutor and defense attorney marcia clark delves into some of the most controversial homicides in america these are cases that have shocked and captivated the public but have outcomes that are either unresolved or leave more questions than answers now marcia will speak with experts review the facts and use her own expertise to shed new light on cases which have been left in the darkness subscribe to marcia clark the first forty eight to catch a new episode every week on apple podcasts or wherever you find your favorite shows segel had the keys to virginia's sixteen bedroom mansion in beverly hills so he let himself in the following evening he went to dinner with friends allen smalley at friend of his stop by because they had planned to go to dinner and picked he benjamin siegel jerry mason and chick hill the brother of virginia hill jerry mason was presented hills secretary and they both lived in the house and they went out to dinner to jack's at the beach in santa monica so they had a nice dinner i assume and they came back debate a few stops on the way back so they didn't get back to north london until about quarter after ten at night and the came into the house bugsy had a key as did jerry an chick hill and they.
"ben king" Discussed on FinTech Insider
"Ben king psd to cnn a remedy apo feed into a cool machines even yeah exactly i think you know we're not sort of on the data that we don't transactional bank so but that being said we are talking to fintech partners and i think all fine put out a piece that we were in monday's marketplace for savings so that is another way other routes you know we offer saved accounts which helped fund lending and they'll play a significant role then great it's so anything that the audience might might be interested in all that you're looking for talent or customer i mean we always looking for talent i think any any brilliant data scientists we were always looking to grow the team and anyone sort of business developmental sales side we're looking we just opened quite recently in new york office frequent machine and we've just opened a singapore office so we've got to well now in singapore i'm going to be having one in continental europe as well so you know watch this space and yeah just just the line if you're interested great bill thanks for joining us right so moving on yelled connects to rbm not west and ulster open banking api's so guilt has announced that they've officially connected with six banks so rbs not west ulster lloyd's halifax bank of scotland excited about this or is it just rbm lbj right let's let's just do too yeah that's exactly what i was just about to say they've not connected with six banks connects with two but y'all got really interesting out doing the pfm stuff also what i mentioned this before yacht is actually a project that's spun out under i n g the dutch bank so this is a big bank doing different brand to do market entry in a really interesting way the doing all the this stuff that's helped me manage my money and we aggregate my accounts they do have interesting plans in front of that and they're using live api's with live data so i think that's pretty cool.
"ben king" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"And the in the way that the trump constantly brings up that he actually won the popular vote and this is one of those things that i think i just don't see him getting over blamed we gotta take a quick break we're going to continue this discussion also going here would sessions had to say after the president said he would have pick someone else for the job thank you for listening to the cnn podcast in order to better serve you we are conducting short survey to help us please go to cnn dot com slash podcast survey and to get more podcast from us just search cnn and i tunes or your favorite podcast app got breaking news tonight about attorney general jeff sessions the washington post is reporting now the president trump is discussing possibly replacing him with me on the phone washington post reporter mats of a taskey some at what have you learn well we learn that it president trump and his aide have been guttering possibly removing jeff beckham as attorney general which maybe isn't a total surprise given what he told the new york times laughed week but in truth thing that if maybe not just him then thing and not thinking about what you say but a calculated move in any in figuring getting somebody else in there do you have any idea base in europe warning me how series the discussions what level there are at or what the kind of permutations are being discuss we understand at fifty uds pretty in or more come noon had been floated but maybe not even with the president himself it's not as if he is asking people what you think about this person what do you think about this person and some people characterize this is just a sort of in pha level of vetting or a excuse me ben king on his part so it is pretty early but i mean in in this administration things move quickly so yet is there any time line that's been discussed your knowledge.