35 Burst results for "Benn"

Gaudreau's OT goal gives Flames 3-2 win over Stars in Game 7

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 6 d ago

Gaudreau's OT goal gives Flames 3-2 win over Stars in Game 7

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Wedgewood wins debut as Stars top Hurricanes 4-3 in shootout

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Wedgewood wins debut as Stars top Hurricanes 4-3 in shootout

"Tyler Seguin provided the lone shootout tally is the stars down the hurricanes forty three ruby hands forced overtime with his second goal of the night beating Frederick Anderson with eight thirty seven left in regulation sometimes it's just I'm going on now it's been going on so everyone slack everyone likes it when it's like that so let's give it that way Jamie Benn also scored and Scott Wedgewood stopped forty four shots in his debut for Dallas the stars retain their hold on the second wild card berth in the Western Conference Nino Niederreiter had two goals for the hurricanes who now lead the metropolitan division by three points over the penguins I'm the ferry

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Review gives Seguin goal early in OT, Stars beat Jets 3-2

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Review gives Seguin goal early in OT, Stars beat Jets 3-2

"The stars pulled out a three two win over the jets is Tyler Seguin scored fifty four seconds into overtime a play that required video review second shot in transition was stopped by Connor Hellebuyck and the goalie reach for the puck in midair as Sagan Senate back toward the goal because in the end I feel like I got another whack and I've seen the replay at all it's pretty quick but I thought it went in right away and happy to the winning play came moments after Jake Adams Jr made a pad save one on one against Josh Morrissey Sagan and Jamie Benn each had a goal and an assist for Dallas which has gone to overtime with Winnipeg for four straight games Blake Wheeler mark Scheifele scored for the jets I'm Dave very

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Robertson scores in OT to lift Stars to 4-3 win over Jets

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Robertson scores in OT to lift Stars to 4-3 win over Jets

"Jason Robertson reached the twenty goal mark by scoring at three ten of overtime giving the stars a four three win over the jets Jacob Peterson Tyler Sagan and Jamie Benn also scored for the stars who have won seven of their last nine games dating to January twentieth then made it three to late in the third period by redirecting a shot by Dennis curry on off who had two assists Pierre Luc dubois Jansen Harkins in March actually scored in Winnipeg eight a loss in ten games shamefully sent the game into overtime with the six on five top shelf goal with thirty one point nine seconds left in regulation I'm Dave Ferrie

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"benn" Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast

Inside Intercom Podcast

07:22 min | 4 months ago

"benn" Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast

"What does the modern data stack look like right now? Yeah, so the bottom data stack is the kind of catch all term now for the new set of data tools that are being developed really on the backs of cloud data products moving to the cloud. The kind of core of this is the data warehouse. So back before basically 2010, any company that wanted a data warehouse, which is where you store all of your data, what typically have to go buy something where they would buy a physical machine or buy physical software like on a CD that they would then run on a machine that they own. So it would be we have a server room in the back that is our database and we're running some Oracle database on it and all of that. Basically, with redshift, which was one of the first cloud data warehouses, people started moving all that to the cloud, where instead of me having to actually buy a machine or buy software that I own, I can just go to AWS, like, say, spin up a redshift database for me, and I can do that for my browser and 15 minutes and I don't have to actually have any hardware to do. And so a bunch of tools have been built on that idea of saying, hey, what if we did all of our data work in the cloud, the way that so much other products are moving now? And didn't have to have all this software that we ran ourselves. So the modern data stack is really around that idea of what does it look like now for data to be moving to the cloud. And so it's a bunch of times you can define it, but generally it has been building these very sort of horizontal products that there is a product now that will just ingest data from third party apps to say that you have data and Salesforce or in Zendesk or marketo or in stripe products that will just ingest that data into your warehouse. You've got products that will transform it and model it in your warehouse. So you say you've got a bunch of messy data that you want to turn into clean data products that will manage that. The warehouse itself will do storage. There's analytics tools like mode that sit on top of it for dashboards for analysis for being able to share and distribute that work. And then there's a bunch of other tools that kind of get built to support those. So now that you have 5 or 6 tools that are running your data tooling, you want to build a monitor all of them and be able to see is everything working right. Are the pipelines from point a to point B all up and running and performing as I expect. If I want to make a change to one, how do I make a change to this one and then sort of orchestrate that chain through the system? So it's becoming just as much more complex ecosystem, but it's all kind of built on this core flow of some way to ingest data in a warehouse, somewhere to transform it in the warehouse some way to kind of build a data asset on top of the data in the warehouse, and in some way to ship it off to whoever it is that actually needs to see it. Is it a challenge that I suppose the fact that it can be so hard to get everyone to agree on the numbers when you have different dashboards and tools telling you different things? Is that a challenge? Yeah, so this is one of the paradoxes a little bit of the current state of the modern data stack is we've spent now close to ten years building these products. And their revolutionary products in a lot of senses, they do things dramatically better and dramatically faster than they did ten years ago. By comparison, so about ten years ago, the top of the line databases you could buy, you'd have to spend a $1 million a year to run it. You'd have to pay for the machines that run it. You'd usually have to have one or two people whose full-time job was to manage it. And today, you can get warehouses that are faster than that one that will cost you $20,000 a year that you don't have to have anybody manage that are fully managed for you that you can just say, again, good AWS, push a button and have it and pay tens of thousands of dollars for something that used to cost me all in, probably a couple $1 million a year. And it's a better product. And you can make that same claim like that kind of across the entire stack, like analytics tools of improved in that kind of way. The data ingestion tools and pipeline tools and improvement that kind of way. So we've had these dramatic improvements in the quality of the technology. But the core problems that we're trying to solve are often sort of stubbornly persistent. One of those core problems we had ten years ago was two people walking into a room and being like, my dashboard says this. And somebody else said, my dashboard says this. And they spend the entire meeting rather than trying to figure out what to do. Arguing about whose number is right. And we still do that. There still is a lot of that. I was talking or was her to talk from the CEO of data bricks, which is one of these really modern warehouses that there's now a very big company that is sort of driving a lot of this change. And he was saying that one of the most common complaints he hears from customers is people spend all their time bickering over numbers and just like which one is right. And so I think that we're getting closer to that. There's part of solving that problem will be continuing to build tools. It can kind of talk to each other and work better together and systems that allow us to find things once so that if we look at a dashboard, we know it's pulling from the same the same place. But part of it also is I think just going to be organizations figuring out how to work with data. Data is still a relatively new thing. Most companies have sort of started using it in a real way in the last ten, 15 years. We're still kind of figuring out how to make that work. There's still a lot of conversations in the community about the different roles that we need and what they're for and who's responsible for what. And so engineering wasn't a practice that developed overnight. IT was on a practice developed overnight marketing and sales have been around for hundreds of years. We're still in the early stages of figuring what this looks like for the kind of data profession. And I think that it'll be a combination of the tools that we build and just everybody starting to realize this is the way this works. And this is the way this doesn't before we can really get past these, but seem like foundational problems but are often still very hard to solve. Yeah, absolutely. And I think everyone from all kind of industries will have their own story. Certainly with podcast metrics, I think are probably a good example of the complications with data where a download usually doesn't equal the total number of listeners because an individual listener might have downloaded the same episode on multiple devices or they might have downloaded it with the intention of listening to it, but never got round to it. And I know they're trying to introduce a standardized way of measuring these things, which is probably going to happen across the board. I guess for a lot of industries. Yeah, so if you think about marketing metrics and say the basic web marketing metrics and how people run ads and stuff, we've started to standardize on some of that, where if you go your Facebook ad dashboard or your Google Ad dashboard, those things are going to look pretty similar. They're going to tell you more or less the same story because there's been some standardization on how we actually talk about and figure out which ads are performing well versus not. And you see this with some other things. There's like SaaS companies, for instance, SaaS companies, now I'm kind of a standard book of metrics that they all draw from. So there are a few places where we're starting to see this kind of coalesce, but yeah, there I think will be a lot more of that over the coming years where it's like, okay, how do we think about podcasts? How do we think about particular types of products? How do we think about measuring the performance of a support team? How do we think about all of these different things that are the data that we now have so much richer information about, but every company is still trying to figure out kind of individually or every person in some cases, individually of how they make sense of it. And so I think there will be some standardization around, okay, this is probably the best practice for thinking about these sorts of problems..

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"benn" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

Fantasy Football Today Podcast

03:31 min | 11 months ago

"benn" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

"League. Now here's some combination of adam. Dave jamie benn Another friday may have some fun. Talk about a really cool idea for the fantasy playoffs and much much more and we're playing fantasy jeopardy today so i gotta get this button already. So yeah get ready.

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"benn" Discussed on Sigma Nutrition Radio

Sigma Nutrition Radio

02:40 min | 11 months ago

"benn" Discussed on Sigma Nutrition Radio

"If calories are low if you were to try and experiment by dropping things a little bit lower even if that kind of feels uneasy for as a coach at just to see does that start the ball rolling again even if it's low it's just to see. Is the person actually adhering if we drop things a little bit at does wait start to move if it does while they were definitely adhering and that's kind of just where they are A another way. I forget who told us about this before someone had this little hack quote unquote and is maybe what what. Mike is really talking about four of when you increase the adherence or the quality of their tracking improves. More calories to play with jay. And that was it. Yeah so yeah what. What was it again..

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"benn" Discussed on Sigma Nutrition Radio

Sigma Nutrition Radio

03:26 min | 11 months ago

"benn" Discussed on Sigma Nutrition Radio

"Com. Well that's actually interesting because we've got our new service. That's launching this week of Where teaming up with a personal chefs around the world and we will send them meal plans. But you need to be a high paying. Ceo yet with money But but yeah if if you are please do getting contact joke. So let's move on. We have a question here from natalie who asks do all of your nutrition clients get results and if not why not. What would be the next steps. In that instance okay. So first of all definitely all clients don't get results are amazing results and i think if anyone said that one hundred percent that our clients got results they would just be flat out lying liars not liar. Yeah so if that's you this is cigna attrition radio calling you but no no definitely not. Everyone has got results. It's it's awful when someone doesn't at that has to be safe because it you'd have to feed for someone who doesn't but there's a number reasons that someone wouldn't get results first of all like your coaching style. Mike how you do. Things may not suit declined so if you run a service like ours which is like weekly updates. Everything is done through email. But you're someone that feels that you need weekly skype for weekly calls and you enter into an agreed way of coaching. But it doesn't suit you and you don't feel like you can get the results. That's kind of one way. It would happen right if you feel like the coaching process. Doesn't suit you. Another way is just if you're not able to keep up with the plans that could be the coach's fault or could be the clients fall to really depends on where that comes from. So if the coaches kind of dishing out plans that you can't keep up with. This is a two way street. It's the onus is on the client come back and say. I really can't keep up with these plans. You mind if we changes but also if the client can't keep up with he's also the owners of the coach at the same time to say. Well why can't you keep up with what's going on at the moment that we can't adhere to this plan and then again we kind of go back to this collaborative idea right of like what. Where do we meet. And how can we make a plan that suits you in your daily life. And and i think another one that kind of people don't talk about enough is sometimes you just don't click with someone and that's perfectly fine and it doesn't have to be made weird it doesn't have to. It doesn't have to be dramatic as a coach. You can just step up to the american. Say i i'm really sorry i don't feel like i'm the coach for you know. We've we've made a stab at this but unfortunately and would regret. It's not working out. So i think it's time that we parrot ways and you could even recommend some people to pass onto that because you're going to notice from coaches so if there's someone that you feel would suit them better you can pass them there and that's perfectly fine. There's there's no reason to have ego hurt by that. There's no reason to keep someone who's not kind of clicking and it it's the most admiral admirable thing that you can do. That time is to kind of part ways in a nice way and put them to somewhere. That suits them better. Yeah know that's something..

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"benn" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"benn" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Imagining things but asking the question. What is more frightening to think that there are. Ufo's and you know just strange things winging in rapidly disappearing or or that. It's the bad actors who are trying out new advanced technology to keep one step ahead of the. Us my reaction okay. It is va two things. I it is extremely likely that there is intelligent life on many planets. What a waste universe universe there is in his because of the numbers. But not in dc right now no not what what has come to play on planet earth over millions of years is very very rare but the universe is very very large. Okay second point. I go ixnay on the ufo's And your source. Of course them yeah. It's the venerable. I mean that with all due deference respect star trek well okay star trek in in the next generation dealt with that question and it also well it kind of had to put aside the physics. The fist. the reasons. I go no on those you up. Those ufo's they are ufo's. But the reason. I say no. They're not alien. Spying on us is i. That's not the way they would do it. And that goes to star trek. That applies second the physics as we know it. It's impossible okay. But that's key to this entire conversations we know and yeah physics as we know it brightens. It's impossible because of the distances and the physics that it's it's we are nowhere near and the odds are we might never be near capable of traveling the distances that it would take to for them to come to us or us to go to them based on the laws of physics as we know them so back to the question. Are you more comfortable though understand. I'm not setting aside. I mean this is not a case of never let the facts get in the way of a good emotional argument..

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"benn" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"benn" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Now larry klayman things things They're friendly do not be afraid. We come in peace yet writes. We can only hope in case. They are aliens that they are friendly. But yeah they're probably zooming in and and let's get the heck out of dodge. There's nothing to see here. Nothing that we need when you think about it. Indeed if they are managing to get to earth that well they're probably a little bit more advanced than we are remember. I was a producer. I was a field producer for the television series encounters with the unexplained. And let me tell you. I had a lot of encounters with the unexplained. A lot of it was totally inexplicable. As i did. All the interviews for the shows Was out on the road. Gang shooting easy eight to ten shows in order to you know just to take advantage of economy and scale when it came to travelling. And i remember talking to someone. I believe it was a gentleman that did some work at area fifty one which according to more recent reports is still a functional although there were rumors that it's a move to places unknown but he was talking about the fact that and again take it with a grain of salt. But he said you do realize don't you that We did not invent the flashlight. And i'm like wait. What this is. Non sequitur this isn't what we are talking about. But he said no. Actually it is what we're talking about. He said because the flashlight is just one of the things that we take for granted. The technology was actually seated from aliens to as. Oh well that's interesting to store that in my alien file in my brain and we'll move along with the interview but once again. What is scarier not you to think that these are alien. ufo sightings or their ufo's coming from not so friendly perhaps hostile actors around the world. Just asking nine seven three five three thirteen ten drop and on our thirteen ten. Kfi text line seven thirty now. Thirteen ten kfi thirteen ten k. f. k. a. dot com..

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"benn" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"benn" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"With larry klayman chairman of on the freedom caucus This as the us navy releases videos of those unexplained explained flying objects o'leary claiming by the way chairman of freedom watch. I had to crack when i saw this report. Because you talk about talking out of both sides of your mouth of basically saying that well we the. Us government have found no evidence that ufo's were alien spacecraft. Refereeing referencing these videos of these. Ufo's i mean what else could they be. Oh well not want to cause. Any consternation or concern or elevate your blood pressure or anything but what is worse. Okay now i would say that What these pilots were seeing in recent years i would say that a naval pilot has some measure of credibility. Can we agree on that point. Seven twenty four now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten. Kfi k dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail from the auto collision specialist studios. And you have the naval pilots. I don't have the audio my bad but let me just read you one radio transmission and you have to remember that navy pilots have been seeing rather odd things flying around in the skies for years decades. If not longer that you have one radio transmission coming out as you've got a naval pilots. Saying i mean it's kind of like top gun. Whoa was that wu roger. What the blankety blank is that. Did you box a moving target. No and this conversation going back and forth between two naval pilots. No i took an auto track whatever that is okay. Okay oh my gosh dude. Wow what is that man. There's a whole screen of them. My gosh they're all going against the wind. The winds one hundred and twenty nine from the west. That's not is it. Look at that thing. Okay they in the question from whence does that thing comes. So here's the question for you morning. What is scarier to you. I mean we all know that nations. Well they're amping up their technology and running military training exercises with wild abandon. So are you comfortable with well of course contrary to what. Us government intelligences telling us..

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The Federal Reserve Is Thinking About a Digital Dollar

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:48 min | 1 year ago

The Federal Reserve Is Thinking About a Digital Dollar

"Maybe it's just me. I don't know but it kind of feels like the news center of gravity shifting back to the political and away from the economic so we are going to set that street right now. Genus new york times said he brady is at politico. Hey you do so gina. Let me start with you. If i could and the minutes of the federal reserve's most recent meeting which were out this week in which They said that they are ready to start talking. About talking about withdrawing support for this economy. I need you to help folks understand why that matters. What the effect might be right. So one important detail here is that it was a number of fed officials saying that they were thinking that if we saw rapid progress in the economy in the coming weeks and months that it would be appropriate to start a conversation about pulling back on by and so i think that the things synthesize are. It's a number. It's not all of them until we're not sure how. Widespread this agreement is and it seems like it. Probably doesn't include. Jay powell the fed chair. That's been important caveat. That said it's clear that there is some portion of the committee and substantial portion of the committee given the qualification number That is kind of getting ready to sort of dial back these bond purchase and that's really important because they have not only helping the economy but really been propping up asset prices and helping the stock market and so i think when you see that conversation start that it's very attuned to sort of hinting. It's coming hinting. It's coming and getting people really ready for it again. So that the bottom doesn't fall out from under market like we saw in the paper trim episode after the global financial crisis when benn banenky kind of intensity. We're going to talk about. They bring and markets went nuts. Basically trying to avoid a repeat

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Jennifer Lopez Reunites With Ben Affleck and Fans Are Losing It

Daily Pop

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Jennifer Lopez Reunites With Ben Affleck and Fans Are Losing It

"Lo hit the stage last night looking like a boss per usual. Vacs live concert and guess who was there. Her buddy ben dazzled and a silver white jumpsuit then changed into multiple outfits for her performances. But that wasn't the only time that bin and jen were spotted together over the weekend. They were also rumored to spending time at jen's house after benn was getting picked up and dropped off at her. La home a source tells us they're just friends but let's be real bene- for stands have lost their minds over this and i'm one of them.

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Benn's Overtime Goal Gives Stars 4-3 Win Over Hurricanes

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Benn's Overtime Goal Gives Stars 4-3 Win Over Hurricanes

"Jamie Benn's goal at two forty four of overtime lifted Dallas to a four three victory against Carolina then second consecutive overtime winning goal he also had three assists in the game Carolina clinched their third consecutive playoff berth with the point while the stars remain two points back in Nashville for the fourth and final playoff spot in the central stores led to nothing in three two but the hurricanes rally twice tied the game with about four minutes to go on a goal by Yanni Haken Paul Joe pawelski notched his twenty first goal for the stars Bob Stevens Dallas

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Stars, on rookie Jason Robertson's 2 goals, top Panthers 4-1

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Stars, on rookie Jason Robertson's 2 goals, top Panthers 4-1

"Jason Robertson scored his tenth and eleventh goals of the season to carry the stars past the Panthers for one I think the biggest thing for us right now is catching that fourth place that's what I want to do that's what I do in a locked room wants to do and we're just focusing on getting the sign next couple games and trying to make that for seat so that's what's most important that's what I'm looking most start towards fuel less Bronson Roberson beat Sergei Bobrovsky in the first two minutes before Jamie Benn made it three nothing midway through the opening period entitled open stopped twenty shots and blanked the Panthers after Alexander bar coffee dimana para play with one and a half seconds left in the second Florida has lost three in a row tying a season high I'm the ferry

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Lightning continue hold over Stars with 4-3 shootout victory

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Lightning continue hold over Stars with 4-3 shootout victory

"Brayden point had a goal and an assist then added the deciding shootout scores the lightning knocked off the stars for three Andre that's Leschi made twenty four saves in winning its ninth straight game Matthew Joseph and Steven Stamkos also scored in regulation for Tampa Bay which vaulted from third place to first in the central division that's Leschi finally allowed a goal after shutting out the stars in his three previous outings against them Jamie Benn and Alexander Radulov each scored in the final three minutes with an extra skater on as Dallas forced overtime on the ferry

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"benn" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"benn" Discussed on WGN Radio

"He knocks at the Mitchell put it back in over the Stars line along the left wing side to the brink it who flipped the puck back to the deep slot. Dylan Strome had to reach for it and consequently lost the puck at center ice. Drone. Got it back out to elect Seaq. Excuse me to shadow Roth, who fired it off of Alexey, AC and down and icing is gonna be called against the Hawks faceoff comes back down on the hot zone to sue bands left. Always expired. The Blackhawks are back to full strength sponsored by Northwestern medicine orthopedics on a relentless pursuit of better medicine shots on goal 13 apiece. Ellis gets too on their man advantage, but really not the threat that you were hoping for. If you're the Dallas stars coming out of the intermission with fresh ice and an opportunity to make some adjustments could tell me kill On the hot side of it. Back. Sign stronger Now off the face off! We're gonna get a scrap. This is your door often. Jamie Benn then can really throw him in shadow or off. Everybody knows 66 to 35 right now been throwing the left hand should Dora swings the right hand and he Has been on the side of the helmet now been throwing some left handed uppercuts into the chest of shit door off, who grabs hold of Ben with a headlock, pulls him in tight and presses him against the glass jar. Nora may have gotten one more right hand in there, but that's gonna be the end of that. No doubt Jamie been trying to fire up his mates. Taking on Big Nikita's Your door off. Probably caught him with a couple there. Yeah. That was switching from the right to the left and Surprise the door off. Haven't seen Sidorov get in too many fights. He is just a big man, though. And Jamie Ben, I'm not sure what what started this whole thing. They have a little conversation off the face off. I don't know if Saddam took a running somebody that Jamie Benn wasn't too thrilled about her because this go back. Somewhere. The last year when Dora was with, he asked Not surprised of switching to his left and Or I really kind of little bit off balance in that fight Jamie van much more experienced in that area. J'adore off, really? That scrap way. Get a get a little review of it here. It's almost as if he had his eye closed when he was swinging. But, boy, if he would have been with just one of those right hands fight probably would have been over. What? I think you give the decision to Jamie Ben on that scrap, so the two combatants set it out. Here's Kuba leak into the star's own along.

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"benn" Discussed on Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Moneyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/paullawrencevann

Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Moneyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/paullawrencevann

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"benn" Discussed on Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Moneyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/paullawrencevann

"That's a lot of people. Exciting time on the planet dry one before tulsa consciousnesses shifted. We have raised the by gration. And that you know. A slight workers is to help humanity to rise up the oil. You save this planet all this to get our old doing this. And i just really people to follow your high and your troll fantastic so familiar off your true absolutely love peace and joy if feel that freedom exact point they can move forward and had hoped that's always needed in the world. Have that hope. Absolutely focus on what changes so you focus on. This is the outcome that i choose. And put your energy into that thing you you'll that tell you based you're a focusing on what you daren't won't well guess what that's what action the defense minister so tapping internal. Gps keep focused on that goal estonia destination way to gore and guy you know when you Tapping to source energy. You've got that connection internal gps screen navigating the tour tightness and everything eight. Stay and going you every state And and that's the key. And that's really what i teach people in my programs and in one to one work and coaching exactly. Yes dorsey as very successful k people. She knows what she's talking about so linda. Our time is coming to a close. I can't even believe it. It's like five minutes. do you have anything else. You would like for to share with the listeners here before our time is up here some words of have so forgiveness so compassion. So love for yourself fallen. You'll haunt you know. There's a lot of Going on in app ed. And it's all eager advice with vibration things See but it's like while your heart and your truth you'll trace everything. Well what is your truth and follow that guidance. If you love offered you secure and and just keep raising your energy vibration and maintaining that on a daily basis and any tone that you find yourself down here in the vibrations disregard spiral up these these. These and she and i n love choice. Shining your light to lift up the rest of the world us. This is the perfect time for it as well. This is definitely the perfect time for. Yes so thank you so much you just so awesome. Linda already know that. I really honor her. And i've followed her for many years. I've interviewed on the radio show before. And i've kind of follow her career and it's just really refreshing to to interview her on this podcast share. These gifts are the wisdom the knowledge the expertise with you all and this was just a little bit. We're going to bring back again in the near future. So thank you so much lender thank you thank you fool. It's been on a- at saint leisure that shahab with you and your audience and people can reach out if you could share your contact information website. Which is my website is. Linda van dot com. That's l. i n. d. i. Beating double and all manner You can see you know program donde congratulations on the new book as well. Let's talk about against the empowered so k. l. mind body spirit is the launched on february the nine. Oh great yes yes that it's one dollars dollar twenty four hours with the amazon directly. Yes that's coming out Then i've got a bunch of different programs in different things that people can tap into as well as on on social media go to route that are placed in every day a lot of support lot of engagement And the brits posts your posts of religious wonderful think they have energy coming from a to positive energy. that's my intention raising the energy vibration so the facebook group is called ben method with linda. Enjoying that it's public crew and also linda abandoned national is my hij- can send me know private messages. Daij in the facebook group will. It can numb book consultation. I went sign. She my challenge and yeah. He has full journey linda. Thank you so much again guesses then have been again. She is an international wellness alchemists and industry in the consciousness industry. And you heard just a little bit of wet. Linda does today but she has so much more and she has a new book coming out. She has programs coaching training a facebook group. And let's get out there and let's linda up as she's doing this work to help lift us up and with this. I want to have all of my wealth academy podcast listeners. And other people would go out. Go to apple podcasts. And rate and review this episode with linda band. She's a one of a kind unique special and she shared just a smidgen of today. But there's a lot more connect with her and it will make your life so much better again. I'm your host paul lawrence van. It was an honor to be with you today. Linda and my time is up. And i think everyone. In the wealth academy podcasts community. For all that you do supporting this podcast with great guests such as linda bean. And i'll see you on the next episode. Have a great day. Everyone and make sure you go through your notes. Okay all right have a great day everyone. Okay good bye. London for lessening. Find the show notes for lengths to everything that was mentioned. You will find the show notes on my landing. Page subscribe to the wealth academy podcast. Ray overview the podcast on itunes..

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"benn" Discussed on Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Moneyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/paullawrencevann

Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Moneyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/paullawrencevann

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"benn" Discussed on Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Moneyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/paullawrencevann

"Took the right position on their while. It isn't so cast so beginning so compassionate. Priceless silkwood just self-awareness. Yes everything dan it. It really comes back to us. In tying into the forties allies and elaine alone yes this is why choice is so critical in this lifetime and everyone has free will will People don't have to do what others tell him. We try to live within the norms of society. However we could still go our own way and still still still have that success and so one of the things that I looked at as You offer these gifts to people. You know both clients in australia and you have in the us. It includes the healing which is discussed intuitive wisdom self empowerment and more and I think one of the things that i want to look at right now As when you in the us and you went through that transformation with the cancer which to me assess you know out of this world that babe overcome that what encouragement you have those who are suffering with the cancer and other chronic illnesses that they have it all comes back to your mind train boards and start looking at uncovering that you know. I really recommend journaling journal. Read is really important now way journal about an older traumatic events in your life it can bring up a lot of life martin absolutely. It's better to get the emotion out and shed those tears up to release it. bob dole. You probably don't think. I can cry off of plenty but it was so hilling. It was so helen therapeutic. Exactly pain and this must just feel. It's really the only in the immersion because any traumatic event or anything that's happened to us. We suppress those emotions wing storing indianapolis. Just imagine the little black bag and it's don't want to feel that soul that store let's away carrying all this baggage is heavy. very heavy. aren't releasing back and pulling these little black bags out of apple the hitting all the backpacks that went carey and clean out way house. They we get to a place of freedom and club enjoy enact hot and carrying world does not have a care in the world. It's right yeah. What happens criticized mayo. You judging me. Oh i came j. law exactly and that's the power right there balling. It's like don't take it personally. People will cite things to you. That is quite nasty. And it's like berta coast lay that saropean and was then to project any nastiness onto your joint buried pie absolutely and they may not know what love and especially self love. If a person doesn't know self love they're not gonna love anyone else 'cause they don't know how to they may not know how to so Got a lot of course of that love. That has no reason. You love a person because that's what you're supposed to do. Because they know how powerful of is and love trumps hate so easily hayden. His you can. It's easy to hate someone but to love someone that takes work. And that's the beauty of it and to my tying that vibration apps along way of just will fade cheek love and passion. Alka people at that. Nobody's waking up in the morning with the intention of ruining your diet corrupted. Just that exactly and just be the love that you are exactly and really Feel you know. Your body is the barometer of the soul and listen to your feelings because that is key body is giving you the message feeling to giving you really important messages and then you can choose absolutely. That's very important. That's what we want listeners. To take away from this because we know that people in the listening audience in even beyond this podcast people are going through a lot right now. They focus on those things. You talked about earlier about the news and every bad thing but once we start becoming a magnet for that that's when we start things started unraveling. We have to stay rise above the clouds even on a cloudy day. The sun is still there. Yeah even on a night. We can't see stars. They're still up there. So thank you so much for that. And i know that your mission is to strive to help people by empowering them to lead a healthier life and more productive life of course and are you finding more and more people are seeking your expertise during this challenge in time with this pandemic and i know in australia. Things have changed their the united states. They've just gone crazy with the pandemic. They've lost their mind linda. So you find more and more people are reaching out for that which matt late in looking for well happiness that also repeated in a lot of uncertainty in the world and made guest looking for i. I need some clarity irony. Oh my direction. And i wanted to noise what what's going to happen but remember it's like daren't give energy to. This is why i recommend. Don't listen to her news. Correct that will fill your mind up with all this negative. It a ration- there for that purpose as well for that purpose. I've got their iron agenda on what they wanna do who you know aluna listeners out there it's like title towel back. I'm you might the choices that make you feel good at math. Might feel strong and and so everything's online now so it doesn't add a way in the world you are leaving or what timeframe line it's why this much viable on online absolutely right rains now on lawing and even more positively except a lot of people is not easy to find but is there the positiveus there and i always tell people that no matter how bad things get are may seem that they're still more good people and good situation than they are bad if not the world will completely collapse right seven point. Eight billion people in the world today and.

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"benn" Discussed on Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Moneyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/paullawrencevann

Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Moneyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/paullawrencevann

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"benn" Discussed on Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Moneyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/paullawrencevann

"What whatever your sources you know go. The university is angels are kind saying it's old so and talented. Were you by charles from that cuddle from my unit charles and very quickly witnessed and observed. How much physical. Body just deteriorated. And so just to give you an idea whole i lost sorry much wight that i dislocated my hip. 'cause i had muscle only my joints together and my name dislocated Is really steam and by live was functioning at thirty eight or goodness lost. My voice i in my left by mum so driving was really dangerous for this. you know. adrenals flat line. But brian wasn't working. I struggled to the sense together is a struggle to even style. During the heat sleeping also fatigue chronic fatigue adrenal boone hound And then all the medical liable will sure new. I pretty much is the umbrella. But it's all by dog. Chronic stress correct to more people. In fact we're covid. Nineteen that's happening to a lot of people exactly as planned a big role and yes stress absolutely. But let's see. But i tell you that is really amazing. But you know. I'm glad that you're talking about this. Because someone else is likely going through the same thing but they just don't have a title for it. They don't know what causes it in. What the connectivity between the mind body spirit will also be emotional possum set. Well i came back to a stray thinking that my fan light of mismanaging and than they might on the nurturing and loving it was a big shock. And that's when. I made the decision in a row. I just for yourself and so it was a choice Pretty much winner went and sold my spiritual teacher. She just one. Look at me and went to what i do eighteen. You know who you are as a spirit. And i wait but i'm exhausted. So i got the big universe skull motivation and so that would let choice. It's like do. I continue to be honest to while the nfl. My purpose of i kind near to do which is like untracked. All d- do. I lied because i was at a crossroads understand. I was often times when people are successful. The family doesn't really understand it at their almost looking at it like well you'll even us. You've gone onto other things but it's really not that when a person exceeds success also can be defined as how you help other people say and that's what you're doing in a zig ziglar. He says i met him at socio. Invention in orlando and he said you know you the more people that you helped to succeed you help succeed. You'll receive success yourself. That's kind of what he said. And that's so true and that's what you were doing and that's what you are doing now. You help other people and family often tunceli. Just don't understand it. They're all different wildlife. Wave your understanding end Is now i feel at peace and neutral about them around exactly because they will playing really important roles eilon and and so because they didn't love may it being to love and accept myself. Exactly that's the greatest love and no. It's like that support. It's like while unsupported by spirit right have degrade us a love. there is. Yeah the spirit through my healing journey and recovery. It's when i came up with the method. And so it. Because i asked myself. Okay what do i need in order to heal my body. And it was law balance energy incher and norwich. I need an a desolate nourish my body. Get my energy back. Gop had balance in my line because one of the areas one of my addictions exercise. And even roy to Nourished and at the energy are still went to the gym. Did all the right and but that was putting more stress on my body so it was not naturally on our schick career that was smiling earlier. Because when i was sitting here thinking about what you just said you went through that experience and you came food that experience in order to help other people with a similar experience. So it's not happen chance either. It's for a purpose. And that was exactly i was talking to you. Know i'm a very cleveland friend of mine. And she went the that was so courageous of you to go to date so the debt experience suicide depression disease and to think that use that word resurrection. Right that's what that is. The phoenix rising Us rock rising from the ashes. Exactly i did it medication rate now see that spirit and my doctor was so upset with me because i was known compliant not type of meditation and i kept telling me you know i been trying to with all these listrik take me go and exactly and i my on broadway and And happy decide. All my blood work every old balance or within the range. It's like a batch of my full health. Now it's energy and vitality and i love my life and feeling safe in grades to take that position too. Because i felt that if there was anyone who's gonna love me the most is going to be me and other people may not understand it but they understand it for themselves but they may not understand it for me or for you. And that's the position that i took it. I think you you definitely.

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"benn" Discussed on Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Moneyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/paullawrencevann

Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Moneyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/paullawrencevann

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"benn" Discussed on Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Moneyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/paullawrencevann

"It. It's really empowering people powering people to believe that you create your own reality grew and he'll your own board eight. Whatever you choose in your life well then your in charge of that of fluently. I believe it. Because i've seen it happen. I've seen it happen in my life. I've seen it happen in other people's live. I've seen it happen in your life. Yeah absolutely that's a very dynamic. And just following that guidance swallowing the knicks sticks and rusting and having fight so when i moved to california in twenty ten it was really vice. All just have faith and trust. Ob guided every step of the why we were losers. These are at that stage. Are we know everyone. All at ibiza to find out. How can i stay in the country and and it was interesting. In my first week i connected with a lawyer who said i kai astray aron. Us have a tree thou and it's cold and aid to and i and she sent me this whole big checklist of all the rings made it put this e two visa looked at the checkpoints at i just wet will. It's gonna be an easy allay exactly exploring good old american good american bureaucracy. And so i can. How can i get it sponsored all going through yet and then You know as onto ninety days than away from canada and had a holiday kind back also doing yoga teacher. He eight months at that time as well the screw our time with j. I knew that i could keep crossing the border. Let's could this checklist again dotted going for united. Set up the cooeperation blah blah blah and do a flawed year business plan and i back to a stray entrepreneurship having fight and trust us at original. Because all my she is coming up you know and then always at a crossroads in seem like the have. Got rid of everything and you are. It's like up going to make this work. I charge to move tuning away. You know and sada light regains saw a this gotta get this face and saw Had the interview go visa straight away and two weeks later. I was the transition. It's yes bente back to australia. It was like six weeks and getting everything together. Storage and shipping and packing dog. Osage dog She came with may and wade landed. That it was right. Attaya need a car lodging somewhere to live a little dome. Soya dice implications as well and and lived in california. The seven years beautiful. Yes yeah and my great friend. I definitely and still in touch with a lot of my friends from california. Still now this spring filed. Thank you for sharing that. That was just a wonderful journey that you took us on and as you were telling us this hour on that journey i could see some of those places in the things that you did go into canada. I saw all of that. Yeah so we wanna talk now and thank you for sharing that about this thing call covert nineteen and i just want you to just really express yourself covid. Nineteen continues rican havoc around the globe. Your holistic approach and intuitive medical gifts. Assist you in helping your clients shift the block energy in their body mind and spirit. How quickly does wellness take place for those that you serve in if you can just share your your position on it. We'll go from there. We are in charge about earn health and wellbeing mindset. Yes so and we also in charge of keeping out energy by high keeping now frequency high and digging cooler in both the app yet if you look at the map of consciousness. United david wilkins right pal this. What was he guide. The scale zero one thousand. Anything on the two hundred vibrated really low frequency at glass the fear. The anger agnes agree the shine guilt. That's all lloyd by rised so in regards to any in illinois virus all it vibrate to the really really low frequency. if you're worried quincy is vibrating. Way up here yeah. There is no way that you will even attract a virus into your life. Unleash you talk about his energies. Ajay's than we will attract an illness disea- mirus olsen in your body because you're allowing everything is to as will with this whole May was watching the world's going to panic and the annuals and all this happy high yup kind out in want everything from anxiety stress. Depression marital breakup you name it. It was happening in Because of the low vibrates the worst worst fears. And as the minute. The i heard about it. I purchased a stationary bike with resistance bands for upper body and then the bike parfitt lower body. And i said well. If there's a way to strengthen immune system you got to do it physically mentally. Do some meditation all of the mind body spirit and the diet i ration- all.

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Doctor Who: The Faceless Ones review – a murderous Who-dunnit comes alive

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

05:29 min | 1 year ago

Doctor Who: The Faceless Ones review – a murderous Who-dunnit comes alive

"The recent. You know kind of low budget animation. That they've been doing the more cost effective animation. I should say and thankfully we it was released in twenty twenty and finally have a complete story so this is one of the things on my to do list that i wanted to get to as soon as possible when i was making the new schedule. So this story written by david ellis and now the hulk or zydeco the incredible malcolm hulk who wrote a bunch of notable stories from the patrick troughton in jon pertwee eras including will. Hey the war games. Patrick crowds final story the celerion. The first appearance of this larry ins ambassadors of death which was really cool story that we talked about here it also the seat devils a fun story with the master that we haven't talked yet so that's one of those that hopefully we'll get to at some point here on next up. This was directed by jerry mill. This was the eighth serial of doctor who season four nineteen sixty seven starring. Patrick troughton as second doctor. Unida wills as poly right. Michael craze as been jackson in. This is betty polly's last story by the way. And frazer hines as jimmy mcrae. Mid who at the end of the story gets a promotion to main companion after benn polly Exit the tartus closing out the way of heart once and for all so jesse. I know that this is probably your first time watching the story. I'm guessing david your thoughts about it. So i yeah and i'm gonna have a couple of questions we'll get you that i assume you're going to cover in trivia but just in case you want yeah So i settled down to watch this Linda was out of. Linda was spending the night with her sister. Kaya in a many birthday celebration. And so i watched the first dealer yes. I watched the first three on friday. Night and i watched the remaining three on saturday And i enjoy the. I enjoy the last three a lot more than i did. The first three now. I think part of that may have been. I was a little tired. It was today but also think the first three were a lot of setup. Yeah in once the next three you got really a lot of the story and was really well done so overall. I'm pretty happy with this one. I'm glad we got to see it. Yeah and And i'm looking forward to talking to you about it but my question is In you've probably covered this before. But i have slept since then. Why was so much of patrick. Totten's episodes lost and specifically about this. Well there was a purge by the bbc to essentially make space as i understand it and in the process they junked a bunch of old doctor. Who's they didn't think they needed them anymore. In their infinite stupidity and a lot of them were were episodes. From the william heart. Oh and patron eras you know there was in levin and some others that had managed to recover some of those over time because this was believed in the seventies and since then you know there's been a lot of effort by fans to try and recover episodes which have either been somehow scattered to the winds across the entire globe and or just play lost in this story. They'd only managed to recover episodes one in three. That are returned to the bbc archives. Because hey now they want to keep them a what. I what i find interesting. Charles is the seventies relatively speaking. I mean i love. Lucy had been in syndication. So you think people would have realized the Cordao yet and the importance and also. I know that they talked about that. Many of the early tonight show episodes back with johnny carson. The same thing they just re. They didn't keep them. They did because they didn't think they're reporting. And i remember years ago. I talked to someone and he was british. And he's like yeah doctor who it's it's just the it's just a minor kid show. Yeah i'm sure that was the ski. Oh executive thinking yes the super geniuses as wylie coyote super genius exact who made this horrible decision probably thought. Well it's just a kid show doesn't matter you know they. They won't miss it. We've already done Because back in the day dear listeners you used to have summer reruns until you would show an episode twice and and it was kinda done. So i'm sure they were thinking okay. We've already had a repeat time to move on. It's just it's it was just a really bad unfortunate thing that happened to the show because you know like a lot of classic moments are just now lost in presumably. A lot of these are never going to be available in their original format. Now they're going to be like stories like this. That would probably be reconstructed through animation. Or maybe whatever happens in the next ten years technology wise that they could be recreated so now and i guess they had audio right so now the audio either fans have the audio or someone in so that's for steps are recreating it. Yeah thankfully now though. The upside that. I should mention was that through the efforts of fans a lot of kids at home you know. They had their home tape cassette recorders right. Or whatever you know recording real

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Will rent relief come soon enough?

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Will rent relief come soon enough?

"We're gonna start off the show with evictions which surely is on the minds of millions of people consuming them making it hard to focus or sleep or do much of anything at least fourteen million people are currently behind on rent. That's according to the latest data from the center on budget and policy priorities. The only thing keeping many of them in their homes is the cdc's eviction moratorium but that is set to expire at the end of the month. Now president elect joe biden. He says he wants to extend federal eviction. protections through september and as marketplace's samantha fields reports. He is also proposing billions in rental assistance. Congress just approved twenty five billion dollars in rental assistance as part of the latest covid relief package in december. douglas rice. The center on budget and policy priorities says that money can be used both for background and future rent payments. Maya submit that anywhere from two to six million households. This year will be helped yet. It's still just a fraction of the more than fourteen million adult renters who report being behind on rent. President-elect biden has proposed an additional twenty five billion but it will likely take awhile for rental assistance to actually reach people that is why housing advocates are pushing biden to extend and strengthen federal eviction protections before they expire this month. Emily benn for chairs the american bar. Association's covid nineteen committee on addiction the current. Cdc moratorium isn't protecting everyone. Many tenants are not aware of their rights under the eviction moratorium or they feel intimidated in triggering. Their rights strengthening the federal moratorium would give state and local governments time to get rent relief out to the people who need it says. Zach newman. an attorney with denver-based covid nineteen addiction. Defense project it just seems like a really terrible outcome of this moment to have hundreds of thousands or millions of people around the country when money is on the way that newman says is his biggest fear. That tenants will be affected right before rental. Assistance arrives i'm samantha fields for

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"benn" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

Doug Miles Media

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"benn" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

"They threw his dream of. H- you When skies gray when mall and do the whole day is dream Was just one of those thing just one of those crazy flings one of those bells that now win then brings you just one of those things. Just one golden knights. Just one of those fabulous flights a trip to the moon on gossamer wings. It was one of those things if we thought of it before the end of it when we saw did painting the town we'd have been aware love a was too hot not to cool down good goodbye and amen hope in. We'll meet now when benn.

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"benn" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"benn" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"Okay but like Pretty like these families just have no idea what happened like when benn passed away like his wife had to like go to the county and like do a search for his name to find out what property owned because they had much of rental houses and she didn't even know like i mean. How bad is that like. I mean he passed away. He passed away young. He was hit a brand or isn't like sixty one sixty two. I mean he was not old he was. He was not a very healthy guy. He was overweight for years But like his wife know anything. And it's like this kind of threw their hands up and didn't know what to do. But i've actually gotten pretty good at going in and helping these families out 'cause like people take advantage of these families they go in there and it's like you know there's a seventy hemi khuda that's a couple hundred thousand dollar car. You know somebody might win. They're offering twenty five thousand. The family doesn't know whether what it is. Or what isn't there no idea this So i try to be a trusted person to go in there and you know i just wanna give advice to people out there. It's like you know even if you don't tell you about everything that's fine but just have everything organized like you have all your titles in one place like if there's any like notes like super valuable stuff you have it's good to leave note like you know like even if you don't wanna give professional guy going through it at least like tell your wife or the titles are and like you know maybe have a business card in there or like even if it's like your friend or your you know in the business in town like have like a business card in their base. Basically tell your spouse or whatever you know who here to call any happens to me because that is super important. 'cause like i really try to get into these estates and like really trying to help the family out because they're just completely lost and they're going through grief. I mean it's horrible. Like you lose the patriarch of the family. And it's like it's it's horrible. Think there's a lot of emotional emotions involved with this You know what the.

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Are Red Sox irrelevant in Boston after miserable season

WBZ Midday News

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Are Red Sox irrelevant in Boston after miserable season

"Baseball playoffs are underway without the last place Red Sox, who lost 18 of their 1st 24 games during a pandemic shortened 60 game season, then never recovered. But Boston President Sam Kennedy said second half the season we started to play 500 baseball. I think we finished five and to to end the season. There were some exciting a new additions to the roster and really has us optimistic for 2021 as we go forward as we Build towards the next great set of Red Sox teams. Stocks rebounded from rock bottom a couple of times in the last decade. So has it happened now Chief Baseball officer Hyeon Bloom needs a new manager after firing Ron Radike. Maybe Alex score returns. They're building blocks Sander Bogart's Raphael Devers. Alex Verdugo, certainly pitcher Tanner. How if his cameo is a sign of things to come, Boston should also get Chris Sale and Juana Rodriguez and Andrew Benn intended back from injuries and, of course, have to reset in luxury tax bloom. Khun Breakout owner John Henry's wallet. Adam Kaufman. W B. C. Boston's news radio,

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Pavelski Ties Game in 3rd, Stars fall in Game 4 in OT

Todd Schnitt

03:13 min | 1 year ago

Pavelski Ties Game in 3rd, Stars fall in Game 4 in OT

"The net. And what point I think everyone was surprised The puck came to appoint a Lord Duck behind that point was wide open in front. And he put that it's too too. You know, this was a gutsy when in a lot of ways, the adversity this team faced during this game, he figure Look, Dallas goes up to nothing. Klingberg and Pavelski and you're thinking, all right. This isn't going away. Tampa Bay anticipate then Brayden point. It's a goal late. In that first period, then he gets another one in the second early on too tight. It's too on the power play. Corey Perry made it three to Gord tied it up 33. Killorn in the third period throws one at the Net. Beautiful shot at 6 41 layer up 43 You're feeling all right? This is it. Here we go. But then Pavelski gets that golden 11 35. Fortuitous bounce makes it for four. But then you get into this situation where you had braid and points get called for an embellishment along with Perry. You go for on four and then 37 seconds into the overtime. Dallas goes on the power play. It's four on three and they had some dangerous looks. But you know, Jamie Benn Does have some bad timing when it comes to penalties throughout his career and lighting made him pay for that it's Kevin Shattenkirk getting the goal from headmen marooned at 6 34. To get the power play goal there and the lightning or three for four on the power play. We're gonna get some players some, but can I want to get your thoughts and just how this game transpire if I thought, you know a lot of highs and lows and With lightning with their star power and they're scoring ability. You never felt like they were completely out of this game and I just I really impressed with their win tonight. I am to it. I'm impressed. I really think braiding points goal when the lightning fell down early was huge, and you could just see it the confidence that he's playing with the emotion. After some of those goals. I mean, they realized you could see they're so close to the ultimate goal and they're stopping at nothing to get there, and that's evident in their play on the ice, and I thought Dallas put forth a really good performance tonight and it really could have been anyone's game in the end. But once again, it's the special teams battle. And although I thought Dallas certainly cut back on some of the undisciplined penalties, they were not able to get their penalty kill, crush them. The Lightning went three for four on the power play, and you know they had every opportunity in the overtime. With the man advantage to get it done, and it's the lightning who keeps finding ways to come from behind and win. So it's not always gonna be pretty. But I think each player even looking at Janni gored again. You're just seeing different guy. Step up and, you know, play those tough minutes and I thought the lightning you know Michigan and Phil Esposito had said. I thought they did carry playfor more stretches. And although Dallas had their moments on, they surged at times, Vasilevskiy came in the end with a couple big pad saves. And unfortunately huge open couldn't quite make the timely wants to keep his team there. And you know when they when they had the chance to help him out and get a power play goal, they didn't do it either. Now again, let's go to

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How Joe Pavelski chose between Stars, Lightning after leaving Sharks

CBS Sports Radio

01:07 min | 1 year ago

How Joe Pavelski chose between Stars, Lightning after leaving Sharks

"Many years with the San Jose Sharks, Joe Pavelski last summer was an unrestricted free agent. He visited two teams in free agency. Tampa Bay and Dallas. Podolski, of course, signed with the stars, but he knows the lightning well. No, they're deep teams. They have good team, speed and skill on, you know they have some good defense and a great goalie over there, So there's their team that has something to prove, as well and You know, that's what I think it would make a good measure. With players like Pavelski and Corey Perry, Jamie Benn stars have a nice mix of veterans and young, rising stars. Now this is the first Cup final for Dallas in 20 years, actually it back to back years, 1999 and 2000. Tampa Bay lost to Chicago in 2015 in the Cup final and then was so close to getting there but heartbreak for the Lightning in the Eastern Conference finals in 2016 against Pittsburgh in 2018 against Washington. They lead those Siri's three games to two. They were a game away from the Stanley Cup final on Lito let it get away, and they lost both Siri's In seven games.

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Boston Red Sox Shut Down Andrew Benintendi For Rest Of 2020 Season

WBZ Afternoon News

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Boston Red Sox Shut Down Andrew Benintendi For Rest Of 2020 Season

"Talks have a doubleheader this afternoon they will take on Philadelphia. First pitch of the first game is set for four o'clock and the Red Sox Ron Radike announced before the Games today. Outfielder Andrew Benn intend E will be shut down. For the rest of the season will

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Dallas Stars offense erupts again to take Game 1 over Avalanche

CBS Sports Radio

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas Stars offense erupts again to take Game 1 over Avalanche

"NHL There's one game start out the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs tonight. The store's skate past the Avalanche. 5 to 3 in Dallas takes Game one. Jamie Benn with three assist Tyler Sagan a goal on an assist in the wind.

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Benn Gets 3 Goals As Dallas Stars Beat Hurricanes 4-1

First Light

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Benn Gets 3 Goals As Dallas Stars Beat Hurricanes 4-1

"NHL Tuesday lightning struck the penguins to one in overtime for their eighth straight victory on a gorgeous goal one hundred that's unless he made thirty five saves Tampa Bay has not only one eight of eight in a row they've won twenty of the last twenty three dating back to just before Christmas they're not just a point behind Boston for the best record in the league stars dazzled the hurricanes for one Jamie Benn with a hat trick Rangers ground of the jets for one two goals for Chris Kreider forty two saves or eager Igor's

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"benn" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:38 min | 2 years ago

"benn" Discussed on AP News

"Jamie Benn second goal of the game to all 6 and overtime lifted the Dallas Stars 2 or 3 to win against Tampa Bay so the store staff a 2 game losing streak while handing the lighting only their third loss in the last 15 games Steven Stamkos scored twice for the lightning good in the tying goal with 126 left in regulation to send the game into overtime it was a little rust from the break up I don't know but that that's not the recipe for us to be successful and we haven't played that way in awhile so you know we'll take the point here but template this need to shore up way too many odd man rushes Ben bishop outdueled operate as a Leschi the nats bishop 23 saves pass Leschi stopped 32 shots Bob Stevens Dallas

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Benn's 2nd goal in OT pushes Dallas Stars past Lightning 3-2

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Benn's 2nd goal in OT pushes Dallas Stars past Lightning 3-2

"Jamie Benn second goal of the game to all six and overtime lifted the Dallas Stars two or three to win against Tampa Bay so the store staff a two game losing streak while handing the lighting only their third loss in the last fifteen games Steven Stamkos scored twice for the lightning good in the tying goal with one twenty six left in regulation to send the game into overtime it was a little rust from the break up I don't know but that that's not the recipe for us to be successful and we haven't played that way in awhile so you know we'll take the point here but template this need to shore up way too many odd man rushes Ben bishop outdueled operate as a Leschi the nats bishop twenty three saves pass Leschi stopped thirty two shots Bob Stevens Dallas

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"benn" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"benn" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"I love the Chris Eubank Nigel Benn comparison because that is the right one because that felt like a civil war as well. Right. And not sow for the UK, the UK meet del attach themselves to that. And they'll build to they'll understand what I mean. By by the that, the minded chewed of this fight who side were you on for that one? Eubank fan. My dad was an ideal Bem fences, but class share. But it was a good Chris Eubank might be my favorite human being on the planet. I can listen to that. I mean, what a voice is cool. Have you ever heard him like a recite poems never heard him recite poems? But I've read his autobiography and during his prime hours. I was a a massive massive for later tonight, if you're bored go on YouTube and type in Chris Eubank Invictus he was on my show, and he recited Invictus prior to the may with McGregor flight. And I swear to God, I thought I had an out of body experience. It was so eloquent the way he delivered. It was unbelievable. And the way he dresses right far is short, man. A very good speaker on a very interesting story if you have a if you have asthma by John fare now as son. Yeah, is is very deep character. Well, this has been an honor for me, Paul Schade it very much again. February sixteenth Mohegan sun on Cassville, Connecticut, Paul Daley versus MVP the biggest grudge match and UK AMA history. The biggest grudge match and Bella tour. Emma, history, Paul. I can't thank you enough. My man, I really appreciate it. Best of luck to you. Thanks for doing this. Thanks for coming. I really appreciate it the one and only Paul Dale you, can you can just leave now at this point, Paul. I know you've got places to go. Thank you everyone for coming. I really appreciate it. While what a pleasure to have the legend, Paul Daley and MVP here in studio. What a night it will be Saturday at Mohegan sun in Connecticut and a reminder that February fifteenth the night before. Also at the same venue. You can.

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"benn" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"benn" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"I love the Chris Eubank Nigel Benn comparison because that is the right one because that felt like a civil war as well. Right. And not sow for the UK, the UK meet del attach themselves to that. And they'll build to they'll understand what I mean. By by the that, the minded chewed of this fight who side were you on for that one? Eubank fan. My dad was an ideal Bem fences, but class share. But it was a good Chris Eubank might be my favorite human being on the planet. I can listen to that. I mean, what a voice is cool. Have you ever heard him like a recite poems never heard him recite poems? But I've read his autobiography and during his prime hours. I was a a massive massive for later tonight, if you're bored go on YouTube and type in Chris Eubank Invictus he was on my show, and he recited Invictus prior to the may with McGregor flight. And I swear to God, I thought I had an out of body experience. It was so eloquent the way he delivered. It was unbelievable. And the way he dresses right far is short, man. A very good speaker on a very interesting story if you have a if you have asthma by John fare now as son. Yeah, is is very deep character. Well, this has been an honor for me, Paul Schade it very much again. February sixteenth Mohegan sun on Cassville, Connecticut, Paul Daley versus MVP the biggest grudge match and UK AMA history. The biggest grudge match and Bella tour. Emma, history, Paul. I can't thank you enough. My man, I really appreciate it. Best of luck to you. Thanks for doing this. Thanks for coming. I really appreciate it the one and only Paul Dale you, can you can just leave now at this point, Paul. I know you've got places to go. Thank you everyone for coming. I really appreciate it. While what a pleasure to have the legend, Paul Daley and MVP here in studio. What a night it will be Saturday at Mohegan sun in Connecticut and a reminder that February fifteenth the night before. Also at the same venue. You can.

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