21 Burst results for "Bogosian"
"bogosian" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"The obvious question, why would the Chinese Communist Party try to meddle in Canadian elections? There is an obvious retort. Why would it not? China is at least as ruthless as any other nation in pursuing and protecting its interests, probably isn't overly concerned about Canada's good opinion of it, and though nobody really knows how many people work for China's ministry of state security, doubtless has the manpower. Another startling illustration of China's reach and resolve emerged this week with the revelation that in 21 countries, including Canada, Spain, Italy and the UK, China has been operating a network of clandestine police stations. The unofficial police stations are allegedly being used to intimidate and silence Chinese dissidents abroad. Inarguably related news, we also enjoyed a revival this week of the theme of Russian interference in American elections. Given the provenance of it, however, it is difficult to know whether to take the idea more seriously or less. Yevgeny bogosian, the shadowy Kremlin fixer who you may recall from the foreign desk explainer of September 28th, popped up with the following cheerfully unequivocal statement. We have interfered, we are interfering, and we will continue to interfere. There are two reasons to apply a measure of skepticism to this pronouncement. One is that it is just about possible that someone of yevgeny Prussians general character may be lying. The other is that on the basis of this week's midterm elections, if Russia is interfering in U.S. elections, it's not doing a much better job of that than it is of subjugating Ukraine.
"bogosian" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"Subscribe to Monaco magazine today for a monthly read on big ideas, smart solutions, and to support our independent journalism, expect immaculate print and a common sense take on the world, told with wit and wisdom. Head to Monaco dot com forward slash subscribe for more. Denial is the default response of the Russian state. There's the famous Salisbury cathedral, famous not only in Europe, but in the whole world. Russia denies attacking dissidents with nerve agents, denies murdering journalists, denies meddling in foreign elections, denies invading entire countries. Russia would probably, if so accused, deny ownership of a fancy cathedral, adorned with stripy domes. We'd like if one day the real perpetrators are found. So when a member of the Russian states innermost circle admits a thing, it is interesting. Especially when said adjutant admits a thing he has hitherto frequently and indignantly denied up to and including, taking legal action against those who have accused him of the thing. This week, evasive oligarch yevgeny prigozhin has acknowledged that contrary to his previous outraged rejections of the very idea how dare you, you'll be hearing from my people, et cetera, he is, in fact, the founder of the private military company known as Wagner group. Prussian did this via a curiously worded statement in which he seized that every dog has tried to splash its saliva on Wagner group and that journalists have been poking around in the sweaty underwear of Wagner. Choices of metaphor, which may say more about perversion than they do about his antagonists. And none of which did any more than confirm what everybody already knew. Other things that everybody already knew include Wagner's deployment as semi deniable Russian proxies in conflicts, including Syria, Libya, Mozambique, Sudan, Mali, the Central African Republic and, of course, Ukraine. The president of the Central African Republic has been trying to regain control of his country by leaning on an unlikely ally. A Kremlin backed private military contractor known as Wagner. In all of those theaters of Wagner has acquired, if not reveled in, a reputation for gruesome thuggery. Russian troops have committed human rights abuses, including torture, and sexual abuse of victims in their efforts to hunt down the rebels. There are a couple of questions worth pondering further. One, by way of background, who is yevgeny bogosian. Two. Possibly more urgently, why is he saying this now? The first of these for all that bogosian is cagey about his backstory is reasonably easily answered. Yevgeny viktorovich prigozhin was born 61 years ago in Leningrad, now St. Petersburg. He spent much of the Soviet Union's last decade in prison, convicted of fraud, theft, burglary, and assault emerging into a chaotic new Russia in which he succeeded admirably. He graduated from a hot dog stand to a grocery store chain to upscale restaurants like St. Petersburg's old customs house and new island. The latter, a converted riverboat, became a favorite of another local boy made good. President Vladimir Putin. Among those Putin took for dinner aboard new island were president Jacques chirac of France, president George W. Bush of the United States, Queen Sofia of Spain and prime minister yoshiro mori of Japan. Prussian became known as Putin's chef. His company, Concord catering, won a perhaps not coincidental number of tenders to feed Russian schools, Russian hospitals, and Russia's army. It may have been this latter connection that gave Prussian ideas, though he had already been expanding his horizons beyond slinging victuals for the Russian state. In the early 2010s, he founded the Internet research agency. The infamous troll farm implicated in among much of a mischief interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. The IRA specifically sent people to the United States to study the political sphere in the U.S. and to understand what the pressure points were. So in 2016, they were creating these fake American personas and then running ads as political groups. Perversion is as a consequence of this and other endeavors under sanctioned by the U.S. the UK and the EU and a selection of portraits of him may be found on the website listing the FBI's most wanted. By Prague's recent admission, he formed Wagner group in 2014, as naturally a gesture of pure hearted patriotic solidarity with beleaguered Russian allied separatists in the east of Ukraine. As for the reasons behind Prussians sudden candor, it is possible that he can simply no longer be bothered maintaining the pretense, especially after footage emerged of him or someone bearing a remarkable resemblance to him, pitching a career with Wagner's Ukrainian legion to inmates of Russian jails. I represent the private military company Wagner. Maybe you've heard of it. The offer was said to be a 100,000 rubles a month, €1800, give or take, and a pardon after 6 months of service, which may well seem more appealing than years of Russian prison grew whatever the risks. Those who want to stay with us can stay with us. There is no option to return to prison. Those that arrive on the front line, but then change their minds will be marked as deserters and sent off to the firing squad. Though some recruits, perhaps, are inspired by the example of one of Wagner's prison cadets, interviewed by Ukrainian media, who claims to have signed on with a view to surrendering at the earliest opportunity. You have 5 minutes to make a decision when we leave that time is up. Bogosian's PR team who do appear to have a sense of humor released a statement agreeing that the recruiter did indeed look terribly similar to prerogative and possessed a similar, well delivered manner of speech. Buried beneath this drollery may be the deeper motivation for prerogatives emergence from the shadows. An important caveat is necessary to the imminent lurid speculation, which is that kremlinology has scarcely become any more exact to science since the days when Soviet specialists used to pour over photos of the reviewing stand at the May Day parade to see who had moved a spot closer to the general secretary of the Communist Party since last year. In short, nobody really knows anything. But if Russia's war in Ukraine continues deviating from the plan and Vladimir Putin's presidency unravels with it, a man with money, connections, a private army and a public record of defending his nation, may fancy his chances. For Monica 24, I'm Andrew Muller.
"bogosian" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"It from McDonough bark of lurks near McDonough at McDonough makes the pass out to Nick Paul at center Paul chips it in And retreats to the bench for a change Gustav forsling a pass intercepted headman to the point A little feed kutra of a tip at the bottom of the left circle missed wide laughter's bogosian right point All right circle stamp goes off his stick The puck is grabbed by forsling for McKenzie Uighur on the right wing Here's Uighur out to center Left wing Gustav forsling Makes his way to center ice and pops it in a minute played no score Josh lovsky turns for henman in the far corner of the far side kutra Kuchar delivers it for bogosian waits for it at center ice Gets it and slides it in Another quick change for the lightning Uyghur puts him on the stick of Sam Bennett in the panther zone Bennett Skates to center Then into the red line Launches it in Vaslav ski waits for it to come behind it at and then bumps it for foot off the middle Here's Hagel to Perry at center back for Brandon eagle across the blunt center point shoot save of Roscoe with the glove and he holds on We'll get a face off upcoming in the panther zone to the left of bobrovsky 1827 left in a scoreless first Doesn't it feel like they're feeling each other out huh A little bit I mean it just does to me too Let's face off a gun to the left to bubba ruski Nice shot by Hagel It was quite a ways out but still got it on the Met Laos serene and who scored the Panthers loan goal in game two on the space up against Colton One by Colton sergeant at the center point.
"bogosian" Discussed on Beyond Atheism
"There. Just to follow up. I mean, I don't know as much about Peter bogosian, but I know like he and James and Z wrote the book about having impossible conversations, but I sort of feel like hospital conversation. Right. Right. And I mean, I feel like I haven't read that book, but I've read a little bit about some of their ideas and they seem like on their face pretty good. Techniques and so on. But I feel like from what I know of James Lindsay, I mean, his he doesn't seem to be very good at having these kinds of conversations. I mean, whereas I think watching your videos, I mean, I think you really do a good job of approaching people in good faith, no pun into there. Like in good faith ways. But I sort of feel like with the sort of anti woke crowd, I feel like there's not that good faith that they see the left wing as well very sort of have sinister aims and so on. So yeah, I don't know if you have any thoughts on it. So Nathan, so that that is a claim. You've just made a claim. And from the street epistemology perspective, I would want to know your confidence level in the claim. And I would like to know that. I would like to know how you know what you know is true. And you might be your confidence in that claim may be perfectly justified, or it might not be. I don't pretend to know the truth. And so the whole, yes, there are people who do it better than others. And maybe just because you know the process doesn't mean you can employ the process as well as, you know, there's just like anything, you know, people who know how to do certain things and people who practice to do certain things. But in order to practice this, you have to be able to involve yourself in really get down into claims you might not agree with. You might really and be open to that maybe you're seeing things incorrectly. You have to be open to it. And..
"bogosian" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"Playoff goals in the history of the Tampa Bay lightning, one, two cups there. He made his return at Tampa Friday night. I got an awesome video tribute, a nice day in the know from the crowd. Good read about him to I sent over to you guys Koopa call them quote, one of the game changes end quote for Tampa Bay franchise history and let's go to ufa a little tide joke. Before you go, he was one of those guys. I believe was open to the expansion draft as well and never got selected by Vegas. And just kind of a guy who got pigeon toss a little bit, kind of like the bad knob special. But still came back and played hard and was a pivotal piece in the Stanley cups in the back to back for the lightning. Yeah, and a lot of people have mentioned how they lost their third line of Coleman Gordon goudreau and it's like, not many people are talking about that they lost Johnson and he was playing up and down the lineup. Certainly at the end of his lightning career lower, but the fact that they had him playing on the fourth line kind of showed how good that team was. They're really going to miss him. I think they're probably still missing. And what happened is he signed that deal and then some players came in and so it was almost like a money thing where they couldn't afford them. I'm sure the lovely the lightning would still love to have them if he was making less money. But he came on the scene and I remember that run they had, they beat the bruins, was it the second round RA? And he was unstoppable. I think teddy Purcell was on that team. He's just like this water bug who is so hard to play against. An American kid, but he played in the WHO and if I have that correct, so I didn't know much about him and then he came to Tampa and kind of one of those guys that was there for the switch and the turnaround and that run that they made to the cup finals when they lost the Blackhawks. He was one of their best players. I mean, he was their guy and so he was injured. He ended up getting injured and that was a big reason as to why they the Chicago probably went on to win. And I just remember like seeing right away like holy fuck this guy, he's kind of got a nonstop motor and not many people knew that much about him. But after being one of the players who had all the success in the AHL with coop, winning a Calder cup, he came up with that entire crew. They learned how to win young, and that kid was an enormous player because once they got kucherov and stamkos, stamkos was their granted, but like they had some real game breakers that started coming in and making differences. This lineup, his lineup spot kind of lowered down a little bit, but only to have him play on a third, fourth line rolling to have that much skill will also have in like the motor of four checking and kind of being in your face all the time. It's what made the lightning cup champs two years in a row as guys like that. So you've seen all these return visits and guys get their rings and get to see their teammates, but Johnson made an enormous impact even before the two cups in the years prior. And if they did win that cup in 15, he was probably the likely con smite winner. He led the league in scoring in goals that year. Did he break his leg in that? Or was it his arm? I can't remember. Yesterday let alone 2015, Paul. Another pretty cool highlight of Tampa Bay Zach bogosian and his son hunt that had a nice little scrap on the ice. Did you see that wet is three year old son hot that he brought him up? No, I didn't. I didn't glue in the feet. Pound my son. Get him again, get him against Hezbollah. Hezbollah, what a video check that out if you haven't Caleb and has bula in Dubai. Oh yeah, unreal interview. So yeah, just a cute little video that the people throughout. I'm sorry that Zach throughout that nice little nice little thing. The same people going at Tyson Nash are now going up bogosian. He's going to teach us good violence. Shut up. We had a real flukey thing happened. I was talking to biz last night with. I wonder what the odds are of this. Both Sebastian aho squid within 34 seconds of each other the other night. Like it hasn't been what? Million to one odds that this happens? No, I read something that the ajo only has three goals on the islanders in the same night. The other one scored like two out of the three nights or something crazy like that. So whatever you just said made no sense. So this ajo on the islanders has three goals and on two of the days, the real good aho scored the same day. So I was surprised. The odds aren't that great from Finland. I thought I thought Sebastian aho's a name. You got a Sweden, you got a fin, I was surprised to hear different nations there. But it was still wild to see that happen. What did you say? 30 seconds within 34 seconds real, like real time. And it was just a third goal for the defensive and the 176 for the forward I hold in Carolina. So yeah, that's just a crazy fluke thing. Raccoon is what perhaps the check of the year, one of the best tires of the absolutely sends Kirby Doc ASTRO boutique with a cast brightest like hip check. I think if you zoom in on the audio biz, you can hit Kirby's act going fun. Good one, all right. I actually got your joke for once. As he hits the ice, but we don't see too many hits like that anymore. Old scratch goes old school as he is old school. He's a great number 5 or 6 down there in Florida, the shot blocker, the physical presence. He looks like it looks like he's out of like a Lord of the Rings or something with that beard too. He already does big old bushy bed. He just played in the 600th game the other night as well. So congrats to Ratko goudas on the accomplishment. Evander kaney set a record since we last met Paul. Racked up four penalties and just 7 41 of game time to set a new expansion era record. You got a roughing and interference in two tripping. You ever see a guy get rung up this many times in one night..
"bogosian" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Paul Mary stepping free right circle for tax it Lifts it behind the net for Gigi pajeot He is checked by Roode and cirelli emerges with it Right wing for stamp goes He'll spin it out to Victor hedman Hedman with room to the red line to the left wing pulls up lightning or completing a change So hedman goes to his own zone for Chernobyl two O 5 left in a scoreless first churn act drifts behind the lightning We're going to get away from the pressure in Brock Nelson Chernock now steps up the middle Left wing palate beats point across the bull line left circle Point pulls up Brayden point of the left point is checked Good work by pellet who flips it out to center ice maybe a three on two across the ball and here's Nelson right circle Shotty scores I play started with Adam peck taking the puck away from pointy flipped it out to Brock Nelson who has 31 goals now on the year He finished the right circle shot on a three on two It's one nothing New York Playing both blue lines your own and in the offensive blue line always a very big important part of the game But it was breaking point who did get to the top of the circle I think he's becoming too predictable He turned the puck over there It's a three on one coming back at the lightning or extremely aggressive when they get up ice And there's not much turnout could do other than lay down try to take the cross eyes pass away So Nelson realizes that he's hot He's a lefty on the right wing side He got a beat on the short side and beat vasilevskiy over the glove Right into the top of the net center ice face that one Nick Paul bogosian dumps it in Hegel after a left corner Mitch and islanders have had a capacity to score first and a lot of their games this year another one here today Here's bogosian holding an a clearing attempt at the center point He shoots blocked rebound is going to be hit by Andy green up the middle wall strump fumbled it but he gets it back and clears it to center He nicked it off Hegel's face as he tried to dump it in and finally bounces in off parisi Cal foot the other way with one 12 left in the period Left one Colton across the blind left point A little pass Let's grab my foot down low left corner Want nothing islanders in the first Foot looks to make a play for Colton at the right point Right point foot Right point Colton shoots wide left There's bogosian following up left point Zach lagosian turns at left point to belmar Little pass behind the dead Corey Perry sniffing after it Harry looks to keep it alive He's knocked at the ice by Chara Matt Martin is going to get it but the islanders are going to be called for that trip And we have Perry taking a stick to the face from Chara.
"bogosian" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Point chernock Shoots a man Raymond loose in front maroon couldn't get a stick on it Perry neither He was standing close to the crease And then search having the left point tried to go D to D it came out of the zone Turnout turns it over Oliver wahlstrom into the lightning end A pass knocked away by belmar from maroon Little outlet circuit have to center That shot from the point got through and there was a rebound opportunity but neither Perry nor maroon could finish Maroon across the islanders line left circle His check Dalmar looks to hold this in Flips to pat maroon left circle Now it's Perry behind the neck Torrey Perry back from maroon left corner Tough angle shot sealed high rebound held in foot right point Back for Perry behind the net skipped off his stick No adoption will get his stick on it and ram it out all the way down the ice but no icing Three 38 left in the first no score Goslavsky run the near side for belmar handcuffed him It's taken away Martin a centering pass picked off Colton quick hit eagle left wing belmar to center At the end of a shift things it in Heck plays into the far corner away from Colton but he's checked by foot who is down low and Hegel is after it at the left circle Brandon eagle trying to keep it alive for bogosian And it stays in the zone Momentarily finally it's knuckleball out by Johnston to center ice Cal full crank it back in Three O 8 left in a scoreless first Los Johnson has checked by Colton to steal high slot left to go Nick Paul Paul shoots and it hit off the outside of the post and went out of play We may have another penalty coming up here though Well check out it when we come back Three minutes.
"bogosian" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Well rip it out around the far boards length of the ice parcell looked up as if to say why was that not a penalty Could have been a 5 on three for the islanders power play continues one 25 left in the advantage barza with a new stick right wing Brock Nelson Nelson across the blue line Left circle Anders lead Lee drags a left corner Spins for Dobson instead of point Great circle Nelson A little feed to the side of it at least shoots save as zelensky He's trying to cover it He didn't get a whistle right away and then he does Net front presence there for Anders Lee one O 7 left in the lightning kill still no score Is in there too and he was whacking away at it trying to keep the puck alive basilevsky nice job gets down on his knees keeps his upper body erect so it's tough to get it up and over them but Lee who's a big man He's the second leading scorer tried to go in the backhand the short side bassi had the glove and then he got some help from his friends They got the whistle Palmarian cereal to the left of vasilevskiy Paul and cereal peered together We saw only one to draw but they false started him We've seen Hegel and plot together too During different penalty kills Yeah that was good the other day the beautiful gold escort against Boston shorthanded Sorelli and Palmer and it is won by the lightning but sergeant couldn't clear He kind of tapped to write the baville center point palak Great circle Josh Bailey shoots blocked by bogosian Bayley and the rebound a pass to the lightning far corner nudged away by sergachev looking for Nick Paul puck bounce off Paul It comes.
"bogosian" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Tickets are on sale now It came Brown music dot com Presented by AEG presents This is lightning radio Lightning doing a good job in their own zone The coverage is really good in front of basilevsky the islanders really haven't had any kind of options or puck and puck possession in the lightning's end so that's always a good start Ryan mcdonagh not in the lineup tonight so you have four right handed defenseman playing Bogosian's the swing man He's a right handed guy but he's take shift on the left side when he plays with foot other times he's out there on the right side Bogosian just has to remember what side he's on And sometimes when you get multiple changes or you go a long time between whistles you forget which side you're on and that's on bogosian to remember what he's doing To the right of ciroc and won by the islanders Chara Feeding the left side parisi To center ice And it's going to be grabbed and dumped in by Casey Suzuki This is after the puck in the four check in the left corner Godzilla point char right no Dobson Dobson shoots dismissed wide left Long rebound to Ross Colton No motor out to center No scoring the first to pass knocked down by char with that long reach nicely done Right wing bovie across the blend mount Martin high slide He's open and shoots they've made by vasilevsky to lightning backed in there Brandon Hagel the other way Slings it forward for Colton that missed and this will be an icing 1314 left in a scoreless first That's probably the best look the islanders had at Andre basil lapseki and it was because of a turnover at the blue line Chara Stopping that pass and then a quick diagonal pass up all the way almost to the lightning blue line So the lightning D man couldn't gap up But when he can't gap up that means you got to stop and back up You haven't even gotten to your own blue line Next thing you know you've backed up to the top of the circle and on the rush the islanders are going to get some good looks and sedans came to this game in a bad mood He's been pushing and shoving already and he's got plenty of words as he goes to the bench now and he's yelling at the lightning bench so the big boy is angry this afternoon Pajo and Paul to the left to vasilevskiy won by pajeot pellet right point pull lock Shoots blockers away by maslowski pull lock has a bomb and he let it go right there Sergeant with a far side for Colton Can he get it out for Paul Yes with help from Hegel the puck down the ice into the islanders end Adam pellet collects that puck for New York and his own zone Over 7 minutes in no score Peck goes to pull out in the right wing Just about two and a half months due to injury turns it over to stamp goes but stamp goes couldn't maintain possession Point gets it at center for Kutcher across the blind stamp goes right circle Back in front kucha missed Buck is jabbed at by Anders Lee got out to the north parcell to one across the blind Barcelona circle cuts in front Shoots he put it over the net He had both with him but he decided to shoot and he missed the cage Stamp goes We'll spin it out to center ice.
"bogosian" Discussed on Fresh Air
"It feels like a real person in all of their complexity, not like a type or a stock role or anything like that. And Al Pacino just seems really alive in the moment and really present in that role at all times. So to me, that's an example of the kind of performances that the method helped usher to the fore over the course of the 20th century. I forget who it was, but one of the method directors or teachers said, let someone else take the part with a lot of dialog. You'd take the part where you're just thinking and reacting. Yeah, absolutely. That was Kazan, you know, when he was when alia Kazan briefly was trying to be a film actor. He really learned from the other actors on set that part of what you do is you let everyone else say all the lines that the camera can really read your mind and it can really see your thoughts on your face. So part of the thing that you do is you just think and the camera will see what you're thinking. There's different approaches to the method, but one of them really emphasizes digging into your own emotional history or emotional memories to use those to get into your character. And you were practicing that when you were in college and you had a role. And you had been a professional child actor. And you write in the introduction to your book that through this process of mining your own emotional memories you retreated too far into your personal darkness. Can you describe how that happened? Because I'd really like to understand how psychologically upsetting it can be to take this approach to plumbing your own emotional depths. Yeah, absolutely, you know, it's funny. It was over two decades ago, but I still remember it really vividly. The play was talk radio, which is a by Eric bogosian, and he wrote it for himself to play the lead character, who's this kind of like shock jock, right? And over the course of the 90 minute play, the actor playing that part, you are chain smoking and you're talking to people who are calling into the radio and then at the end of 90 minutes on stage, you have a nervous breakdown live on the air. That's the arc of the play. And this was a college production. It was student directors who of course didn't really know what they were doing and neither did any of the rest of us. And we probably had two or three weeks of rehearsal. And the character I was playing was older than me had a lot more life experience and they're having their nervous breakdown based on whatever is the matter with them. And the only way I knew how to find a connection to them was to go deep into the things that I thought were wrong with me and my own depression and being newly in college and my own loneliness and my own feelings of inadequacy and guilt and all sorts of other things. And so I really spent a lot of time thinking through those things and finding them and finding images or sensory ideas associated with them so I could kind of trigger them. And so I was doing that on stage and at the same time chain smoking real cigarettes for 90 minutes. I would end every performance feeling completely wrung out emotionally and physically ill. Simultaneously. And so what I would have to do at the end of the show is I would go back to my dorm room and I would just stare at a blank wall until I kind of like my stomach settled down and I felt my humanity return..
"bogosian" Discussed on Dose of Leadership
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"bogosian" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"Through this little spell. Maybe they missed three out of four cuts. And those are the guys you're gonna be interested. I'm gonna be interested in watching and following because you're gonna witness how are they approaching getting through the grind of a lull and golf. And it's like a roller coaster. And so guys who are the best in the world still have times where they can't hit a fairway, it seems like, and then you have the cameras around. You're gonna see, I think a lot of it will be mental things to end up getting out of certain funks. Swing mishaps and little kinks in your swing can happen, but a lot of these guys, it's mental and to witness how it will go down with how much inside information will get from the cameras and the players themselves. I can't wait. I don't know if they'll be dropping in the series as the season goes or just wait till the end of the season like F one does and just drop ten episodes or whatever it is. Especially with those individual sports. Like you said like F one where these guys are on a bit of an island, whereas opposed to like if you're doing like a team behind the scenes type thing, now who are some NHL guys if let's say you could pick like 12 NHL guys who are some names you'd want to be able to follow behind the scenes for maybe a half a season, maybe a whole season definitely. Yes, that's a great answer. Kutcher off. I want to see couture of no question just I mean, Austin Matthews because his relationship with Bieber. Yeah, you get a little bit more star power there. That's a great answer. He don't give a fuck. He'd be hilarious 'cause he's a young kid, but doesn't seem to kill other people. Talking you could just never do it because it's team sport. You can't just have the cameras there for one guy. I would say oshi because he doesn't really follow hockey much. So obviously he's doing a lot of other things to keep himself. Directors like TJ, you got a game turn. He's like, what? Go introduce yourself to the guys in the other team first. Radula would be great too. I think ragged off would be hilarious. I think ovi for sure got to see what's going on at the pregame meals. He'd be great too. I mean, for all the guy very vocal, big chip, but he'd be pretty entertaining to watch. So, yeah, like you said, though, it's pretty unlikely it would happen, but it's good to go to imagine they could do it. Actually, that Amazon thing they did on Toronto last season. That was great. It was only like three or four seasons, but it was the closest I've seen to HBO's 24/7 since they did 24/7. You know, they got all the swearing intact and behind the scenes footage if you haven't seen a check it out, man. I'm hoping they do it this year. When you said Joel burnsy, Brent burns would be fine, especially if you got to go back to his property in Texas. He got 200 acres there Keith. KY, I mean, all types of just for the socks alone would be. Yeah, you could do it definitely a different mix, right? You could do or like Austin's hanging out with the celebrities, you get the more laid back like burns you on the ranch. You got the Russians. The rush gave to whatever the fuck they're going into. Who else? Give me one more last name to wrap it up. Each guy. Patti maroon. Oh yeah, that would be that would be fun. Why am I struggling with that? Maybe the truck bra is a better job. I see a bench at the DJ in the DJ booth. All right. Jack brother's whacking each other on the nuts. Yeah, and one more from you are a last one. Last one for me. The warthog. Raju loft? I think she just said that. That's right. Or I gave a little warthog son. Fuck man. Peter Noel. Zach bogosian. He seems like he'd be a character. These are all the guys who seem like they'd be a little more fun. They've been around the bush a little. I'm gonna be rude for your packers. Believe it or not, I got a couple futures from before the season. You could bet possible, Super Bowl matchups. I have packers versus bills at 65 to one and package where his chiefs had fought you to one. So I'm on a package guy per se, but all I need is them to get there. I don't need them either team to win. Just get there. And I'll cash in before the game even starts. And I texted you guys yesterday just to go back to the football. A couple of different lines on the game. So I bought a few points, was that what he called? Philadelphia, Tampa Bay game, I bet over 44 and I bet under 49 and ended up on 46 points. So basically, if it lands in between, even if it lands on one of the numbers, you'll push and win. So I hit both sides of that. It landed 46 points off. Nice little pop. Anytime you can find those tween is, they don't happen often, but often, but they're a nice little payoff if you can find one. Oh, better than me losing my 450 bucks to your fucking Euler's wet. But yeah. Most what do you say, frustrating loss of his entire career, McDavid? Yeah, he looked he looked to spawned it after that game and that press conference. Before we wrap up, I got two things I watched that I would recommend I enjoyed. We went to my wife and I went to Mexico this past week. We were there Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday night, which was great little getaway. We did a trip after rider was born alone and then after one and we did a trip alone after a white turned one. So I stayed at mayakoba. They actually have a PGA Tour event there. Unreal to 25, 30 minutes outside of cancun, incredible. There's 5 different resorts in this mayakoba area. There's a fair amount. There's a banyan tree one of them is called. We say that rose would Myo. One of my favorite vacations. I had a blast. I had so much chips and guac. I'm not going to chipotle for two weeks since I got home. I said, but on the flight there, I watched the documentary on Anthony Bourdain called the road runner. I didn't know much about him, but what an amazing life and a tragic end and I don't consider it spoiling because I knew before I watched the show even though I didn't know a lot about him, but he committed suicide a few years ago, but seeing this guy's life and who he was and how he became who he was, I recommend it to anyone. I loved seeing it and just a wild life for somebody who just never stopped. Actually, there's a lot of similarities between you two in that he just loved working and he's so passionate about so many different parts of life. I recommend that. And then I watched a movie is called, I'd never even heard about it. I was searching iTunes for stuff to download. It was the card counter..
"bogosian" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Being in COVID protocol That's a big deal By the way your starters today corn point and cereal on the line with McDonough and chernock on the back end together And of course vastly starting bogosian and 48 are your scratches We know bogosian is day to day right now with an injury So we'll keep that in mind but when we talk about these players getting back the lightning getting healthier at the right time which is great to see And Victor hadn't says it's great that the team is getting healthier at this moment No it's huge You know those are big part players of our team and it's fun to see them see them back on the ice and they had a missa beat So I guess our confidence but at the end of the day that's real matter was on the ice We just got to go out there with the same attitude we had tonight and keep playing that same way So you know looking forward to getting another crack at these guys in a couple of days Yep and they will And again defensively compete level That's what you took from the game on Friday based off of the previous game against the Panthers when they give up 9 I mean you're gonna have games like that 82 game season you're not gonna be perfect every game And the lightning one of the things one of the great traits they've shown over the last couple of years is being a resilient team Very rarely do you see them going to a three four or 5 game losing streak a lot of that has to do with their goaltending for sure But this is a team that just doesn't allow themselves to get in these bad funks where they're losing multiple games And in many ways you can't afford to in today's NHL and the lining of doing a great job of that recently.
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm guessing Coolbaugh Georgia continues to top the latest CFP rankings but there's a new number two and number four Ohio state has moved ahead of Alabama for second with Cincinnati holding the other semi final slot in Michigan sitting just outside the picture in fifth the Bulldogs and bear cats are the only unbeaten teams in the rankings here Cincinnati coach Luke Fickell it is what it is I think we've kind of said that from the get go and it doesn't really matter until the very end of the season in other college football news Penn state coach James Franklin has agreed to a new ten year contract that will guarantee him at least seventy five million through two thousand thirty one in NFL news the Titans cut former all pro running back Adrian Peterson after just three games the giants have fired offense of coordinator Jason Garrett also in New York a person with direct knowledge of the situation says number two overall pick Zach Wilson will return as the jets starting quarterback Sunday against the Texans in college basketball number one Gonzaga handled number two UCLA AP correspondent Dave Ferrie reports Andrew name hard scored twenty four points in top ranking zagra improved to six and by whipping number two UCLA eighty three sixty three to capture the empire classic hi Amy how Cass tried to keep the Bruins it finishing with nineteen points before UCLA fell to five in one it was the first meeting between the two teams since their epic battle in the final four last spring in NBA news warriors star Klay Thompson practiced at full speed on Tuesday on the court the Knicks were able to regroup after squandering a twenty five point lead against the short handed Lakers a manual quickly nailed four three pointers in the final period to bail out the Nixon A. one oh six one hundred victory we need a room ready to you know make that second push so we just you know want to withstand an act in the NHL the lightning have eleven points in their last twelve games after blanking the flyers for nothing Zach Bogosian scored for the first time in sixty three games and Corey Perry snapped a thirty seven game goal drought guessing Coolbaugh AP sports
Vasilevskiy makes 34 saves, Lightning beat Flyers 4-0
"I pray that's Leschi turned back thirty four shots and a pair of lightning players ended lengthy goal droughts in a four nothing shut out of the flyers that's what he posted his first shutout of the season and twenty seventh of his career Zach Bogosian scored for the first time in sixty three games ending a drought that began after a goal against the red wings in January twenty twenty Corey Perry had gone thirty seven games without a goal before finally netting his three hundred eighty seven we've been playing well as a as alliance a group and passers and calm and as I said on to them Steven Stamkos had a goal and two assists for the lightning who have points in eleven of their last twelve games Carter Hart turned back thirty shots for the flyers I'm the ferry
"bogosian" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"A publicly funded college made quote intellectual exploration impossible and has transformed itself into a social justice factory with a primary focus on race victimhood and gender. So what would you say to public school teachers and professors. Because a lot of people say tim you hate teachers. You're against teachers no. I don't hate teachers. I'm not against teachers teachers. That indoctrinate kids. I like teachers that teach children the things that this professor talked about. As far as why he did what he did why he became a teacher. So what incurs would you give to teachers and how can they engage and have an effect such a great question. And i just want to say i peter. Bogosian is a liberal. He's he is. I had him on my podcast before. Which i'll tell you guys how to subscribe to. Which would help us out a lot. And if you guys want to listen you guys can listen to our conversation with peter gordon which is is really really insightful and fun and he says that someone who is not kind of as a conservative so yeah look we need to ask ourselves. What is the word. Education means. the word education is a latin word that comes from the word to lead fourth many of you know socrates and his allegory of the cave. And it's to illustrate without actually putting it up on screen. But he argued that every most people were living in a simulation where they're staring at a wall and looking at nothing more than a projection of what the firewood cast on the wall and the shadows and the puppeteers of but people want you to watch and that a true person is able to be liberated from outside the cave led forth out of into the true world and see things actually as they are so that word education literally means to lead fourth out of the cave and so the question should be. What is the goal then. What we leading them towards and so. This is my big my big complaint against critical race theory and also about how we as conservatives have lost the entire conversation. Let's let's forget the word conservative. How we as constitutionalists how we as fair and decent people have lost that entire conversation. Is that sometimes people are like. Oh yeah you know. It's all about giving students free speech an exposure to all ideas. I'm like where did you get that stupid idea. That's what education is all about. It's about developing character and leading them towards things that are true. It's not about getting them. Exposed every awful idea that has ever been discovered. you think that we should give a fourth grader. In equal hearing to eugenics as to the idea of eat natural rate nut rights-based philosophy of course not of course not. You think that we should give a fourth grader. What we're gonna teach you. That white people are better than black people. Because we need to tell you every single. Every single sort of viewpoint needs to be representative. That'd be ludicrous. Instead what teachers need to realize and the left realize this a long time ago that all teaching at some point is not viewpoint neutral. this was has always been ally. Okay that like we present all sides the story and all this now peter but go genus. Tom is giving people the tools and getting them closer but people's biases always going to seep through at some point right what we really need to ask ourselves. The question is are we properly exposing students to things that are consistent with the natural law and the law giver or is the founding fathers would say the laws of nature and nature's god as it says in the declaration of independence and we know this as what we would call this greek word prudential prudence common sense but so many students are being deprived of this. And so here's a really easy way that you could teach a third grader. The most important thing third grader can know besides knowing how to read and write this the most important thing and every parent needs to teach your kid this and it's biblical are human beings naturally good or naturally bad. It's the most important thing. Yeah naturally bat. Most college students would say naturally good when poll. They'll say naturally what's the significance of that question. If you think that human beings are naturally good then all of a sudden you have to explain. Why things aren't working the way they should be and they say it's because government isn't big enough or it's because it's all the racism it's because of police when in reality we know it's a soul problem. We know that it's within our genetic code. It's within our programming sense. Original sin that we are broken and we are nasty and we are brutish and short to each other as thomas hobbes said in the book leviathan in the fifteen hundreds. Now this is the most important question that's going on our entire civilization right now. What's still raw material dealing with here. You know we're all human beings we're the speaking beings okay are naturally inclined to do bad things or naturally inclined to do good things and if you can't get that basic question right than all the other political questions fall apart and this is where i wish the american church do a much better job speaking out. Your church is doing a mazing job by what you've a great pass you here. Everybody.
"bogosian" Discussed on WDRC
"Living by your principles. One of mine is to defend our system. Of liberal education from those who seek to destroy it. What would I be if I didn't sincerely, Peter Bogosian Now? As I said, I hope to talk to the professor. He's been on the show before. I think those experiments that he did who hasn't wanted to say who's coming up with all this crazy research research like shrimp on treadmills in the medical field or or crazy papers? It's a crazy things. I mean, even the articles you're seeing in papers right now. They talk about how? Because we can all choose our genders that men can men straight and men can get pregnant. And men need pap smears and gynecological exams. I mean, we said, this is crazy stuff. Where do you think the crazy stuff is coming from? The decisions are being made by people who come out of these liberal universities where they are so crazy that if you write a paper about dog rape and suggest putting men on leashes that somehow that is the greater offense to have written it to show how flawed the system is, instead of just keeping quiet, going with the program and agreeing whatever the politically correct and the distress trigger class wants you to agree with. The large Larson show. Mhm. The music you grew up with is back on the talk of Connecticut W GRC joined the music professor Rob Ray for the biggest hits of the fifties. The sixties, right? 14 and thus seventies, your Penis and your fire..
"bogosian" Discussed on Full Games - Charlando sobre videojuegos
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"bogosian" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Ladder is angling for a lot of free meals when he travels well, he's definitely showcasing a knowledge of juniors and I've been all these places. I know these hockey families. I know Everybody because his name every once in a while, we'll sneak into one report here or there, you know, he goes in on Pittsburgh radio and says Analytics of the reason that the that the Avalanche lost or the reason that the Leafs lost the Oilers lost He definitely wants that job. Yeah. I don't think he's ever going to get one again. And he if I'm guy says he I have not seen his name in connection with the new TV deal, right? Has he been hired by ESPN or Turner? Not that I've seen yet? No. Yeah. So, Yeah, I would. I mean, it sounds like I mean, for years, it seems like he's been trying to get a GM job and maybe even more so now, because who knows what's happening with his broadcasting career? I do like the references to the hometowns and how You know, some guy will score a goal and here's him, McGuire say, Well, they're going to be celebrating at the Knights of Columbus Hall and Moose jaw tonight, you know, so and so just scored a goal. It's but see, That's but that's so Canadian, too. It's not. It's not just a Pierre McGuire the I'm going to guess he's a native Canada. I probably should check this whenever you watch if you ever watch CBC or now SportsNet and watch the Canadian coverage in the playoffs, especially the cup, especially when a team wins the cup and they're all handing it to each other, and they're doing the little skate with the cop around the ice. I feel like Hockey night in Canada is obligated to give the Kaneda hometown of every Canadian player who touches the cup and now it goes to I can't use Zach Bogosian is from New York Anyway. Now it goes to so and so from Ottawa, and here's Hey, what a great moment. Forget No Quebec. Is that it right? Isn't there a Gatineau, Quebec, Britain's nodding said Yes. That's a very Canadian think Pierre is doing what is a very Canadian thing identifying hometowns with players because it's right. It's such a big deal when these guys make it to where Sydney Cross isn't like coal Harbour Crosby McKinnon's also cold hard. Yeah, like they'll always point out called Proud Night for the folks in Coal Harbour tonight. You know the cops coming back home? I mean, that's a big deal for them. And you know, I think That's a natural kind of thing to do when you're watching. If you watch a lot of junior's, you know, when we got fully into the juniors and started going to games, I remember where guys were playing. You know, if your he was with Berry. Oh, that's right. I remember seeing him play at, uh, ST Catharines. That one you would have had a plan gets Niagara, Right? Right, Pierre by though it was born in New Jersey up well, so much for that, but grew up in the Montreal area. That makes Yeah. Well, but he still was named Pierre in New Jersey. So his family is from Canada. Assume originally a French ties, not a lot of guys I think born in New Jersey, are named Pierre traditionally I don't know. I wouldn't think so. I mean, I didn't grow up in Jersey. I grew up on Long Island. I don't recall. A lot of Pierre is in New Jersey, Growing up and visiting the state 80305 50 to join us. We will talk about Well, among others, JJ Piturca. We'll talk about some prospects. When we get back. J. J. Just signed was playing in Germany had a really big world junior tournament for Germany will talk about him with Thomas Roost. From the European Bureau for NHL Central Scouting. He's going to join us in a moment, but we also owe you another code word. See if we can give away $1000. Hey, you got a text in? We're still looking for our first W G R winner we'd like today to be the day so text the word beam b E A. M to 7 to 881. Do not text and drive you have until nine o'clock to text the word incident panicked Beam B e A M 7 to 881. That's all you gotta do. And hopefully you will get $1000 in our national wind Cash contest, which is powered by bet QL. Let bet cules proven data and analytics help you become a better better Download the bed QL app today. Money, stay connected to our shows and get in on the conversation. Follow us on Twitter at W G. R 5 50 Finding great candidates to hire can be like well, trying to find a needle in a haystack. Sure, you can poster job to some job.
Australia and Greece Recommend Alternative Vaccines for Young People
"Australia and greece are the latest countries to recommend alternatives to the astra zeneca cova vaccine for young people after researchers found more rare but potentially fatal blood clots linked to the vaccine. European officials have identified roughly two hundred clots among a million people who shaved astra zeneca shots in europe in the uk. Npr's jason bogosian has been following the story and he joins us now for an update. Good morning good morning jason Some of the new research was published. Just yesterday what does it say what. We still don't know exactly what's happening in these patients. The papers in the new england journal of medicine. They look at sixteen cases in norway. Germany and austria. And here's what they found. The symptoms begin about a week to fourteen days. After the immune ization patients started out with these really severe headaches. Muscle aches swelling. Nine of the sixteen died and most of them were young women in their twenties and thirties. Yikes do you know why. At this point it's too early to tell why predominance among women it may be due to the fact that norway was using astrazeneca for healthcare workers who lean towards predominantly women and using pfizer to vaccinate. It's older populations that might have things bit. Initially european regulators said the rates of this calling disorder. Were no higher than what you'd see in the general population. But they've changed that now they're saying yes it does appear that in roughly one in a hundred thousand people vaccinated with astra zeneca. This serious side. Effect could occur. We should note that the astra zeneca vaccine is not authorized yet here in the united states correct but our other countries with this new information. Still gonna use it. Well some are switching. How they're using it. They're offering alternatives to the younger people and trying to use astrazeneca more with older groups up but many countries really don't have a choice. Astra zeneca is the vaccine. Much of the world is banking on
Tampa Bay Lightning have signed defender Zach Bogosian
"Swipe up. I wonder if Zach Bogosian things he got a swipe up. He went from getting weighed by the Buffalo Sabres had his contract terminated Then a couple of days later he signed with the Tampa Bay lightning lightning for one year. One point three million dollar deal obviously going to be prorated goes from Buffalo eight points out of the wildcat to Sunny Florida and Ana Content. That not too shabby on this deal. Make sense right. They they bring in a guy for depth And just for him to have that moment of. It's it's embarrassing right when you when you do get way they didn't want to go to the AHL so everything gets terminated but then when you hear your agent say hey there's some teams interested in Tampa one of them. You just start feeling a lot better about yourself so I don't know how much he'll play. I'm sure he's going to go down. He's going to get the vibe of how that team is. They're going to see how he looks at practice. He'll get a chance. And who knows if he really is a part of this lineup and playing lots of minutes or at all when they end up getting to the playoffs and try to get back what they lost last year and then bashing first round. I don't know of ZAKPA. Gordon will be a big part of that but no matter what he's around a winning culture and he's not playing in the minor so everything's everything's good in his