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"bouvier" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:33 min | Last week

"bouvier" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Writer and Basquiat specialist adria le bouvier says king pleasure is a chance for the public to see many works They win otherwise get to see I thought it was a wonderful display of just quantity when you're talking about Basquiat where 90% of the works are in private collection And most of those are in Europe La bouvier ads she wishes there were more opportunities for scholars to engage with Basquiat's work and his legacy During his lifetime his work was often snapped up by collectors as soon as it was completed How else are you going to see or have access to those works But there's also this imbalance of when there's not a lot of academic research or scholastic research are understanding of the artist is compromised What the show doesn't do is evoke the most troubling elements of Basquiat's biography including his heavy drug use And as a very young black man of Haitian and Puerto Rican descent he became a superstar in a mostly white high art world that frequently othered and belittled him even as the market value of his work skyrocketed His sister jeanine says the exhibition is a celebration of how much he did accomplish in such a short time He was very purposeful and he was very determined He said I will one day be famous and boy did he make that happen He was determined Tickets for Jean-Michel Basquiat king pleasure in New York are.

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Lady Bird Johnson's daily audio diaries make it to podcast

podnews

03:05 min | 1 year ago

Lady Bird Johnson's daily audio diaries make it to podcast

"The latest from our daily newsletter at port news dot net today jacqueline bouvier kennedy names. Goodbye and believe in it. Her shining gift for women's history month from abc news in the us in plain sight listens to more than one hundred and twenty three hours of audio diaries. From claudia altair ladybird johnson including new revelations about lyndon b johnson's presidency first two episodes drops. Yesterday the tech lab released two dates to its version. Two point one. Podcast measurement get lines for public comment in december and january. However news can reveal today that over the entire seventy four days. The public feedback email address given didn't actually work. Email silently bounced with us unknown era. The described this as unfortunate but would neither confirm nor deny that it's received no feedback at all to this address as a consequence the updated document including ip. Six measurement was only publicly announced in two tweets and by editing. An existing post on its website wasn't flagged as a new item. The ib tells us it's extending public comments as a consequence but haven't responded to our follow up questions over the weekend to tell us and hugh the new dates if you need more out of your hosting provider. It's time to fully commit to another one says brian barletta in sounds profitable this week sponsored by putting off move to a better podcast. Host will hurt your long term strategy. He argues you should subscribe. It's it sounds profitable dot com squad. Cast has taken its new video and audio platform out of beta version. Three point five of the products includes a number of fixes and enhancements k. Q. e. d. radio station in san francisco in california in the us. He's working with google to make better news audio transcripts which may also improve automatic transcripts for podcasts to sound a podcast management of monetization platform has raised two point. One five million dollars in a seed round. That's four million dollars. They've raised in the past fourteen. Months charitable have announced custom attribution windows across all their and tribulation products their announcement blog post explains the current defaults in y. You might wants to change them. The london international awards have extended the fifty percent discount for entries including their podcast category. Cnn audio and cnn and a spaniel have launched a new weekly podcast with chief. International correspondent jose levy. Meanwhile fox news audio is to expand. Its podcast lineup. With five original programs an import cons news. The financial times has relaunched tectonic. The tech podcast. It's been revamped into a series of deep dives into the promises and perils of our digital age twenty-first-century football the complete guide. So far is another new release from the crowd network. The uk podcast patricia and sounds profitable. This week has me as a guest talking about. Rss us a agents.

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"bouvier" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"bouvier" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Go back to the voice of the gods paddle sins. Well, we've hit half time here on the hilltop Kan JAG has been in control of this ball game since the opening tip, The Bulldogs ran out to an early 17 to 2 lead. Thanks in part to Drew Timmy, who had a red hot opening half he made eight of nine from the floor, made both three point shots was three for five at the foul line. He's had a game and a half. 21 points and seven rebounds in 15 minutes and Gonzaga up at the half. 48 26 USF in the open, half just eight of 26 shooting. 31% For the ball game so far, including from three point range. Just two for 14. And Jag in the first half, cooled off a bit after a sizzling start. Gonzaga. 15 for 31. At 48, a half percent. Five for 14 from the perimeter and 13 of 15 at the foul line. The rebounds, Air even 17 17. I mentioned Timmy seven boards to pace the Bulldogs for USF. Josh Coonan. Leads the way with four rebounds. Other numbers. USF Committing in the opening half 12 turnovers. That led to Gonzaga scoring. 14 points up Those 12 turnovers, five Gonzaga turnovers and the Dons have two points scored. Offer the bulldog turn over. So the difference in points off turnovers favors Ganz, Eggo 14 to 2 and the difference in points in the paint. Favors Gonzaga at 20 to 12. And the Bulldogs here in front 48 26 at the half, led by Timmy with 21 subs with eight for USF Shabbas 11. And you, Mari Bouvier, coming off that injury against Pepper nine, has scored eight points. He played 18 minutes in the first half of the ballgame, but Gonzaga 22 at the break. 48 26 Bulldogs is we continue along with more posts? They're more halftime coverage here from inside the Sabraw Tow center Canseco 48 U. S. F. 26 at the half on can be our Sports Later.

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"bouvier" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"bouvier" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I liked the gamble there, especially because what you ended up getting back was a contract that didn't have any dead cap fit for you. So you knew you could move on as soon as the very next year, And so I like the gamble. It didn't quite work out. Maybe there's something to learn from it. You're still gonna have to probably go into free agency and get a cornerback had to add a least another cornerback or two in the draft, But I Didn't necessarily come away from this experience with AJ Bouvier thinking, man. What a missed moment That was for this organization. Yeah, I think the you know, sometimes you roll the dice and win sometimes you don't. That was one of those ones where they you know they made the right move. Trade was the right move. It just didn't pan out, you know, and sometimes you use result to justify the process. You'll find people doing that. You know what other stations around town and it's? Of course, ridiculous, But you know that's what they do, and It's not. You know, if you look at it through that lens, then you're going to say all this was terrible. But the reality was at the time you to corner you got played the outside and when he was in there, he played well. It wasn't like he was get roasted. Anything you didn't play? Well, he was bad. It was quite well, It didn't work because he was hurting because I hurt in suspension. Yes, you know, injuring suspension and the season where a whole lot of guys were hurt, So that sucks for Buddha. And I know that he was like in that locker room. I know they like him a lot. Um, you know what sucks for him. But you know, in the end didn't work out and they're gonna try and find somebody that they feel like it's a little bit better fit and probably more cost controlled. They still young player. You still got many? Yeah, I still got time left. He's got the right mentality. Maybe you and I talked to him this off season with the Broncos brought him in. And you talk to the media, and we also running on Broncos country tonight, and I mean, this is a guy that just played his entire career with a chip on his shoulders, undrafted player and he wanted to prove things when he left Houston, he went to Jacksonville. He played really well when that team was really good around him when he had a really good secondary. And other a cornerback on the opposite side here great safety that we just had a really, really talent rich defense for a couple of years there, but will start to fall off when he was asked to be quarterback. One He struggled out in Jacksonville. Now we thought that we said this when they acquired him said OK, Well, it's possible that a J. Bouvier will never, ever get back to the level of what he was playing out there with at the end of the Texas time and then with Jacksonville, But ah, like to gamble, the one thing the one thing you got to watch out for is if he's expected to be C B 1 may not be a good deal for him. There were times he was expected to be C B one, and it didn't always work out. But I thought as a compliment to price, Callahan when those two are both out there, I thought they did pretty well. Yeah, the defense played well. Both those two were out there and you know again, I I thought when he was on the field, it was worth it. But, you know, ultimately wasn't on the field enough to justify the PD thing. Even with the fact that you know he was misled on bears a lawsuit with all that and everything In the end, you just didn't get the bang for the buck. And, you know, I think George Payton ever looked at this and saying, Look, we gotta re sign Shelby. We gotta re signed Justin. We're gonna figure out the Von Miller situation. We've got a tender three guys. Um, you know I could bring I could do more with this. Money than a guy we're not sure about. Do you take the decision to do it now as a we already, maybe have some eyes on cornerbacks. They're going to be out there or do you think it's more? Just this was an easy decision to just go ahead and wipe off the books. It's both. I think it's I think it's a combination of you know, he knew this was coming. You do it right by the player and get him out ahead of the markets so that he can begin. Working his negotiation on the market on then, you know, I think the other part of this is you know, you understand and have allocated that money towards another player. And that's where you're going with that, you know, you know, just getting that cleared up and showing showing your players where the money, you know. Hey, look, We're friends. We can make this work. With me, and I think it's worth that. It's gonna be interesting to see what they ultimately decide to do there, But they obviously need to reload their in the secondary. They need more death. They need more starters that you know. You have a poll question up right now. Add K way, Colorado, You could go vote on it, and we're gonna talk about this A little later on, we're gonna get into more free agency. But we're asking you, which position is a must add for the Broncos during free agency is a cornerback, inside linebacker, quarterback or other His only free agents. This is only free agents, and now that's that's kind of interesting point, But they did not include trades here for anybody, but again, there will be some quarterbacks out there free agency and you wanna guess what's winning right now. Corner. It is a landslide and should be I mean, it's just the right answer. Quarterback his second. That's wrong. Um, like I understand where everybody's gonna do this, But they're gonna add one. You know, they're gonna have one. Yeah, they're gonna bring in a bed and it's gonna be you know, one of the names Well, anyway, I'm not. Do this again. I'm not gonna re litigate something. I've already.

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"bouvier" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"bouvier" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I liked the gamble there, especially because what you ended up getting back was a contract that didn't have any dead cap fit for you. So you knew you could move on as soon as the very next year, And so I like the gamble. It didn't quite work out. Maybe there's something to learn from it. You're still gonna have to probably go into free agency and get a cornerback had to add a least another cornerback or two in the draft, But I Didn't necessarily come away from this experience with AJ Bouvier thinking, man. What a missed moment That was for this organization. Yeah, I think the you know, sometimes you roll the dice and wind sometimes you don't. That was one of those ones Where they you know they made the right move. Trade was the right move. It just didn't pan out, you know, And sometimes he used result to justify the process. You'll find people doing that. You know what other stations around town and it's? Of course, ridiculous, But you know that's what they do, and It's not. You know, if you look at it through that lens that you're going to say all this was terrible, But the reality was at the time you to corner you got played the outside and when he was in there, he played well. It wasn't like he was get roasted. Anything you didn't play? Well, he was bad. It was quite well, It didn't work because he was hurting because I hurt in suspension. Yes, you know, injuring suspension and there is a season where a whole lot of guys were hurt. So that sucks for Buddha. And I know that he was like in that locker room. I know they like him alive. Um, you know what sucks for him. But you know, in the end didn't work out and they're gonna try and find somebody that they feel like it's a little bit better fit and probably more cost controlled. Still, young player. You still got many. Thanks. Yeah, I still got time left. He's got the right mentality. Maybe you I talked to him this off season with the Broncos brought him in. And you talk to the media, and we also running on Broncos country tonight, and I mean, this is a guy that just played his entire career with a chip on his shoulders, undrafted player and he wanted to prove things when he left Houston, he went to Jacksonville. You played really well when that team was really good around him when he had a really good secondary. And other than a cornerback on the opposite side here, great safety that we just had a really, really talent rich defense for a couple of years there, but when they start to fall off when he was asked to be quarterback, one He struggled out in Jacksonville. Now we thought that we said this when they acquired him said OK, Well, it's possible that a J. Bouvier will never, ever get back to the level of what he was playing out there with at the end of the Texas time and then with Jacksonville, But ah, like to gamble, the one thing the one thing you got to watch out for is if he's expected to be C B 1 may not be a good deal for him. There were times he was expected to be C B one, and it didn't always work out. But I thought as a compliment to price, Callahan when those two are both out there, I thought they did pretty well. Yeah, the defense played well. Both those two are out there and you know again, I I thought when he was on the field, it was worth it. But, you know, ultimately wasn't on the field enough to justify the PD thing. Even with the fact that you know he was misled. There's a lawsuit with all that and everything in me, and you just didn't get the bang for the buck. And, you know, I think George Payton never looked at this and saying, Look, we gotta re sign. Shelby. We gotta re signed Justin, We gotta figure out the Von Miller situation. We've got a tender three guys. Um, you know I could bring I could do more with this. Money than a guy. We're not sure about. You take the decision to do it now as a we already, maybe have some eyes on cornerbacks. They're going to be out there or do you think it's more? Just this was an easy decision to just go ahead and wipe off the books. Thanks Both. I think it's I think it's a combination of you know, he knew this was coming. You do it right by the player and get him out ahead of the markets so that he can begin. Working his negotiation on the market on then, you know, I think the other part of this is you know, you understand and have allocated that money towards another player. And that's where you're going with that, you know, you know, just get that cleared up and showing showing your players where the money, you know. Hey, look, we're friends so we can make this work. With me, and I think it's worth that. It's gonna be interesting to see what they ultimately decide to do there, But they obviously need to reload their in the secondary. They need more death. They need more starters that you know. You have a poll question up right now. Add K way, Colorado, You could go vote on it, and we're gonna talk about this A little later on, we're gonna get into more free agency. But we're asking you, which position is a must add for the Broncos during free agency is a cornerback, inside linebacker, quarterback or other His only free agents. This is only free agents, and now that's that's kind of interesting point. They did not include trades here for anybody, but again, there will be some quarterbacks out there free agency and you wanna guess what's winning right now? Corner. It is a landslide and should be I mean, it's just the right answer. Quarterback his second. That's wrong. Um, like I understand where everybody's gonna do this, But they're gonna add one. You know, they're gonna have one. Yeah, they're gonna bring in event and it's gonna be you know, one of the names Well, anyway, I'm not. Do this again..

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"bouvier" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"bouvier" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Ari Bouvier goes to the free throw line for the front end of a one on one. To 74, a half percent free throw shooter. U S. F s A team 72%. Actually, it's now double bonus. So Booyah shoots two. First free throw No good. What U. S efforts left a fair amount of points here at the line. Shabbas, Miss one, Bouvier missed the front end of a one and one. That's Three points and then four. As brilliant misses the first one here, but he makes the second Soja Mari Bouvier makes the free throw for 1000 points and his USF career and it's a bit anticlimatic. But we will make that. Forever. Good sausage play of the game is we give the nod to Jim Ari Booyah. 58 54 Gale ST Mary's front court. Toss, bouncing for Johnson outside left, Cuzzi skids down the lane. Right side Bo and three no good rebound. Buddha dance break up. Julia up the floor bill yet to the basket lay up on now It's 58 56 by the way back to the ever good socks. It's playing the game. Every good sausage locally made in San Francisco for 95 years, find their hot licks on their other flavors in a market near you. That's every good sausage. Three minutes to go. 58 56 Gail's toss Cuzzi top of the circle outside, right bow to drive to the basket Runner. No good foul. We'll shoot at the line of the neighboring bump before he lived it. Let's see. They will give him free trucks foul by boo yah! That's his second personal For you, I said. Looking up and down the line for phallus here in the late going his foe to shoots to first one good. USF right now. Three fouls on read Me, too, on Billy a two on kun into on your contaminate pair on Risling next foul for foul shot for a foe to it short. It's a one possession game seat. Mary's 59 USF 56 to 48 to go for ST Mary's four fouls on Johnson three on Boeing. Do you find to drive on Cuzzi over the year? Contam back bouquet. 2 35 left Buda Hand up Now He keeps it right front court drives now on Cuzzi layup. It's 59 58. 2 22 Go seat marries Ball front cord Johnson outside, right over the cozy Now toss it. The left elbow handoff. Johnson Shot clock. 12 left side. Boing! Bounce it! Ta Space line! Double team Coonan With your contempt top of the circle. Johnson, he goes down the lane. Bounce it going Lay up Good. Brilliant pages by ST Mary's a minute 55 to go 61 58 Gail's USF front court. Bouvier with the dribble drives into the lane throws it out over their evening grieve me with a minute 44 to go. Now, hand off Shabbas perimeter down the lane. He goes skids to a stop nearly traveled. He threw it away. He gave it right to qz. And here come the Gaels. That's only the seventh USF turnover, but at an inopportune time a minute 22 to go driving way Johnson good and it's a five point lead for ST Mary's 63 58 Right side, Shabbas fouled. That's not what you want to do. If you're Saint Mary's, because it puts us effort, the line for two free throws and it stops the game clock. Remember the dogs there in the double bonus here? 72 seconds to go. ST Mary 63 U. S. F. 58 gales have bled from the ghetto. They control the first half of this ball game. They led 40 to 29.

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"bouvier" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"bouvier" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The inside area. And U. S efforts. No answer for the ST Mary's offense to this 0.21 to 11 Geils. ST Mary's nine of 11. Shooting free throw for Cuzzi is good, cozy and excellent foul shooter 78% ST Mary's is a team it 71% 22 to 11. Here comes Bouvier Bank scores right to the left box does they're not having much trouble on their offense. They just cannot stop. ST Mary's so far 22 to 13. USF extends the defense. Saint marries into the front court shot time to 17. Go on outside, right over to Cuzzi. Get left. Go to wide open three. No Good rebound. Shabbat! Dan's Get a stop should bash to boo Yah down the lane later. No good. Rebound, Toss. Bounce it ahead. Cuzzi. Geils go the other way. Traveling from right to left. Cuzzi down the lane, Cuzzi runner, banker scores. Another shot deep down low. The U. S. F interior defense is an allowance ST. Mary's to go inside it will here 24 to 13. Saint Mary's on its way to 100 Point Ballgame at this pace here, Shabbat jumper and the paint good and it's 24 to 15. USF is trimmed it tonight again. The dance, extend the defense trying to get state marriage out of its rhythm. Left side, Bo and wide open three no good rebound reading. And then over to Shabbat back to read me, right wing Shabbas top of the circle. Met by Matthias Toss out there. Drives by him. Scoop layup, short rebound ahead, Jacuzzi for ST Mary's Gail's Break out right Side, Johnson traveled turnover. It'll be nice basketball. USF down nine ST Mary's 24 on the Dutch 15 jails have won three straight in this Syriza's Yes. And they have 1 32 of the last 39 against USF. Left side Booty eight. Now into the ballgame is Milstead. It's Milstead, Bouvier, your contempt cane and reading. Do you get to the basket? Your contempt Triple top of the circle Good from the big man, and it's 24 to 18. Us after little, many five Nothing spurred here. Dad's have made six of their last eight shots. ST Mary's front court. Cuzzi Got it by Milstead 8 38 to go on the hand Cuzzi outside right over to toss. He'll shoot a three. How about them? The big guy passed now two for nine for the year. On three point range. 2017 18 billion to the basket. Lay up Good. 27 20. Well, yea with 11. Says next field goal gives him 1000 points for his career here on the hilltop. Here's Cuzzi out near mid court. Eight minutes to go in the half left side of a Boeing Back to Cuzzi. Shot timer to seven. Cozy fires it inside. It goes right to Tosh Jump hook. No good rebound tipped up it in by toss. Another inside bucket. 29 20. You're a goddamn outside, left over the Milstead points in the paint right now. 16 ST Mary's points have come inside shot by your contempt. No good rebound. Geils. ST Mary's up nine with the basketball Cuzzi. Outside right over to Johnson. Now, Boeing now talks Boss at the top of the circle. Right side. Johnson bouncing toss on he traveled That's a state marriage turnover and it's us at basketball and immediate time out the under eight minute break 707 to go in the half ST Mary's is shot.

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"bouvier" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"bouvier" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Pepper dine from USF. The Tigers and waves, both two and one. U S effort four and three and you have Santa Clara and lm you both two and two. ST Mary's in San Diego, one and three and Portland. Oh, it's six up to the minute numbers in our ballgame US Episode two of the first four from the field. ST Mary's three for five shooting. Nails in front 7 to 5. Into the ball game for the Gaels. Toss Bo info to Johnson and Cuzzi. For us after five starters, your Contam Koonin. Ooh, yeah, Shabbas and read me. USF here at home three and one. See Mary's undefeated on the road, although they've only played one true road ball game. That was the game the other night at Loyola. 65 61 win for the Gaels USF all front court. Bouvier left side to the wing. Kick it off right side of the remaining he shuffles it to Koonin. Now. Booyah open on the perimeter. Instead. Drives for a banker. No good. And the rebound, bowing in the Gaels ST Mary's has it ST Mary's very good defensively, They only allow opponents to score 60 to a ball game. They lead the West Coast Conference in scoring defense. Susie weaving down the length of the baseline. It goes into the right corner, reassessing spinning to the basket foe to three pointer right front court. Good on the Gaels there in front 10 to 5. USF to the half Court. Bouquet runs the offense. Outside right over the year. Contam hand up backs Bouvier on then your contempt swing left over to read me Kuni. The baseline, guarded by toss Shabbat left front court. Shot clock it nine kun in three. No good miss badly off the back iron on the rebound to ST Mary's Gail's front court. Johnson controls with the dribble gutted by Shabbas Geils in front 10 to 5. 14 20 to go. Lot to toss at the baseline matched up with Coonan. Nice hand up on a cut to the basket by Jackson. He makes the lay up and it's 12 to 5. USF front court so far, ST Mary's very efficient on offense outside, right, Bouvier Corner. Reeve me now back over the pool. Yet Bouvier along the right front court shot clock in 11. He drives he lays up. He scores on its 12 for seven. Well, yea escort every U. S a point, ST Mary's in the half court. Johnson, perimeter Jacuzzi, then vote to back Uzi, bounce it down low toss. Right side, Johnson. Guided by Billy a dribble. Drive all the way to the basket. Lay up Good boys. Clever. On its 14 to 7. Outside Left year content Bouquet right front court bumped into by Boeing, no whistle. Incidental contact. It goes to shabbas on the left wing and He gets bumped on it goes out of bounds. It'll be to the dance with 11 on the shot timer knocked out off of Johnson, who touched it last Logan Johnson, a 6 FT two inch junior, a transfer from Cincinnati from the Bay Area at a mountain view. Had passed by Bouvier threw it right toe Bowen. That's an ugly turn. Over and out. Cuzzi has it front court. He spins towards the basket over to toss seat marries up 14 to 7 right side. Johnson driving bumped by Koonin. And a foul. That's number two on Coonan. I believe It is his second he's removed and Samba Canaan. He's the first sub for either team. ST. Mary's will trigger the inbound at the baseline. Susie looking looking lobbying to toss And then back over to Cuzzi from the right front court cozy dribble drive underneath the basket. Leaning gets it to toss it the baseline and then right corner Cuzzi foe to open three. Got it. Good ball movement by ST Mary's Why they make the extra pass. And it's 17 to 7 USF down tenderly. John's team has been plagued by slow starts in WCC play. They have found themselves in a fair amount of holes. There's a lot from Shabbas came for a dunk, and it's 17 to 9. Mm hmm. USF gonna extend the defense here a bit. ST Mary's team, Not real deep. They got a couple injured players. We will not see Alex do kiss tonight. Duke is out with an ankle injuries there. Number two scorer 11 a ballgame. It's been out for a little bit of time now. Missed now seven games for ST Mary's. Here's foe to at the baseline matched up with Julian Rich Wayne just on for us up and rich Wayne reaches out in thousands. That breakfast to the under. 12 minute. Time out 11 53 to go. When the first half of the ball game.

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"bouvier" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"bouvier" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And if you understood like we remember, we're covering this because we understood from both sides of the house. Why? It ultimately didn't get done. Broncos fans and they maybe even some of the people in the media kind of rushed to judgment, saying the Broncos are cheap or that, John, You know, we just assume is asking for too much money. And it really wasn't that I mean, they both had kind of a line in the sand. Both sides, I say more so the Bronco's moved, But But there was a concern about what covert was gonna mean to the league year about what the salary cap implications we're gonna be in. The Broncos just simply didn't want to be underwater, and they knew they had the backstop of a second franchise tag. If they have absolutely had to use it, or they don't And it looks like the salary cap might ultimately be OK. It might come down a little bit for certainly probably gonna go up, but I don't know if it's gonna make the 1 75. Yeah, You got the roll over. So you got a little cushion there. That's gonna help on there. Are you just some flexibility? That gentleman's gonna have to come in and say OK, what? We keep it. AJ Bouvier, Are we keeping General Casey? You know, what are we going to do about von Miller's option? What are we going to do with Juwan? James was coming back off the opt out. You know what was going to eat that or we're gonna You know what we're gonna do, And so there's some. There's a couple of Karine Jackson. What are we going to do with Kareem Jackson is the 33rd year for three year deal with no guaranteed money, so they're just some flexibility on that defense to do something. She's gonna have to figure out what it is that you're going to do. The money's there. I'll say that in terms of cap the money is there now. Cash is a little bit different story. We've talked about that on this show before. Caches liquid money that the franchise has to have to be able to put into escrow two weeks after do get side But the cap portion of it is very easily solved. The cash portion of it is something that you're gonna have to figure out. What lies text here? What makes Kelly the front runner? In your opinion, Is it because of his relationship with Elway? Relation with Vic is? Why does Peter's prefer Caroline? Or if he does? I don't know that he prefers Carolina. But there's Carolina. Job is I'm gonna say more attractive to somebody like that right now. You're not beholden Anybody. There's no specter of anybody in the background you're coming in. You're the man without a peters. He worked here. You might rule work together. You see, l A. They know each other. Really? Well, they're buddies s. Oh, there's a friendship factor there in Carolina, the privately resetting it quarterback and they've got their stopgap and Teddy Bridgewater. Right s O u gonna get to pick your guy. There's there's more in Caroline's a young football team. You know, they're very young team with some exciting pieces. Um, so you know, I just think that right now, for a general manager looking to jump in, there is a more attractive job you've got. You've already got your coach. You gotta in your coaches. Somebody you worked with. Which is kind of the same situation for champ and champ Kelly. I mean, you've got your coach guy you worked with. You know you s Oh, I think it's two different people with two different scenarios, and Peter's probably just fits better in Carolina. To be honest with you. It's not not that you know you no more work for the Broncos or that kind of stuff. General Manager job's only 32 33 1, really, but you know, packers and that whole such a setup, But you know, there's only a certain number of them. And you know you're not gonna get the one in Dallas. So you know that that is force these jobs coming open. You know, you've got to consider your options. Try to find your best fit to strike while the iron is hot. If you got a chance to work with a buddy and you guys were unified your vision, Why wouldn't you take that? And so peters and rule? I think I think kind of our that it feels like I don't know. And maybe you can answer. This will produce some more time to talk about this tomorrow, but It feels like people are making a little bit bigger deal of the fact that John Elway is not completely out of the picture and not really maybe giving this new GM full Full opportunity right off the bat. I mean the way the way I understand it in the way, At least I'm reading between the lines here with John Elway and correct me if I'm wrong, But it seems as though he's laying the groundwork for this GM to be his own guy to be his own man and and to take some ownership. It may be a little bit of a feeling out process, you know, kind of like taking over for Peyton Manning. You know when Peyton Manning retired, there's when you're taking over for a Hall of Famer. It doesn't always go very smooth. You know, John always has the fourth best record of any active GM right now and two Super Bowl appearances in that tenure, so taking over for John Elway, whether he's still in the building or he's not here. He's Mr Bronco like that was always gonna be. Ah, little bit of an interesting transition is going eventually happen. Sting transition, So I whether he's in the building as president of football operations or he's just in the city of Denver. That was always going to be an interesting transition to me, and I think people are making way too much of John being around the facility Still, yeah, it's gonna be a significant step back. I mean, he's still gonna have some rubber stamp going on here, but I think he's trying to transition to the next phase of What it is that he's going to know what the GM do his thing. I mean, it seems it's a little bit of give and take. That's all they're working together. Yeah, exactly. Okay. When we come back, Tim Jenkins will join the program shot Bauer with a news update here at the top of the hour, plus traffic stick around Broncos country tonight,.

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Kispert leads No. 1 Gonzaga past San Francisco 85-62

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Kispert leads No. 1 Gonzaga past San Francisco 85-62

"His purported twenty six points to lead number one consecutive pass that for Cisco eighty five to sixty two in Spokane the senior forward makes nine of eleven shots from the field the Bulldogs also getting eighteen points from Joe Ella yeah you entered in part would score fourteen drew to me adds ten as the nation's top scoring team improved their record to ten until one and on the west coast conference Jamari Bouvier paces San Francisco with eighteen points the dons are now seventy five overall a win two in league play I'm Mike Reeves

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"bouvier" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"bouvier" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Practice, he was limited and de Sean Williams. Had an ankle injury and was limited. So all three of those players are questionable, something happening on Fridays. Not really, ever a good thing. The only positive trend was no fans got in full practice and he's questionable. I expect he will play. And Drew lock like we said, ramped up towards the end of the week shake Roger's got in a couple of limited sessions so he might be available. Otherwise, you got full from Calvin Anderson full from AJ Bouvier full from Jerry Judy, and that's That's all good size. Looks like to Mark Dotson is gonna be your right tackle for this game. So just a little bit of update there on the practice report. Let's hear from Pat Shurmur. Who spoke yesterday. The media There was a sound bite here it towards the end of his press conference, he was asking about balancing out Bill Building up drew lock and making sure you know, he sort of understands turnovers or something that really can't happen is we had to say When you talk about it, just like you question me on it, you know, And that's really the way it is. Is the understanding that you know you can't can't do that. You can't. You can't turn them all over like we did against the Raiders and expect to win games and you look at each thing each place specifically. Um, you take it right from the fundamentals onto the decision making and you try to improve it, and, you know, I think that's that's what you do, and None of us are patient. None of us. None of us think that turning the ball over is a good thing and we got we got can't do it like we did last weekend and expect to win games and move forward. How When you look at drew locks, turnovers against the Raiders. Was there any kind of common theme in those in your opinion look like a gap pressure. Okay, um, on, I think there was one that was hit three of Ray Gap. They got pressure that had the center and or the guard pushed back into the pocket. It cost him to step back on that play. One of them. He held the ball too long. On. Then there was they threw the ball high. He was falling off the back foot. They threw the ball high to cage. A handler on that, Um, on the post. Yeah. Posted combo there. Um, that was mean. She had to demand under and it's it's you read that middle of the field because that's that's what you could do. So if he has the lead on the man coverage guy and split, so safety, that's the right call. But if you just been patient just another second. Jerry Judy wouldn't come open on the dig. It would have been more open cutting underneath is the safety's rolled back as KJ split him, so he's got to learn. Through luck has got to learn to trust the offensive line or trust his legs to buy him time behind that offensive line. One of the two he's gotta find a way to do that. They were at their best. When they went up Temple on script. They finally did it and what, several in the script and they took the normal patched over play calls and kind of flipped him a little bit. They were running on first down. If they needed to. They would come to second town. They hit play action and they were hitting passes and they were moving the football and I don't understand. Why they get away from that It feels to me like that. There's some inherent flaw in the thinking that says, we have to be balanced. You don't have to be balanced. If something is working, keep doing it until they stop it. And I've noticed that the Broncos have been wildly successful with different things against the Raiders. Melvin Gordon, run the ball. He was breaking tackles it get away from it. Play action on second down are completing passes, They get away from it. And so I don't know. I don't know what it is. I don't know what internal mechanism is, you know, feeling that out feeling the flow of the game is a play caller. But I'll tell you this. If something is working, it's not cheating to keep doing it. It's not wrong to keep doing it. In fact, it's borderline negligent to not do it if they're not stopping it, And you know the last example that I've seen of a team really just abused that Was the Raiders against the Broncos a few years back when they're in the same play. 18 of Ryan plays in a row right down their throat. Remember that? If it's working, just keep doing it. Make them stop you. You know you don't want to get ahead of yourself and think. Well, they're eventually going to stop this. So we should start thinking about other places in the world that the idea that well that works. We did just save that for later. That's that's the wrong thinking in football. Just do what works. Acquire yardage wind up in the end zone. Rinse and repeat. Yeah, And you know the one of the things that I noticed. They do that a lot with the Dolphins until its hunger by Loa. There's there's a certain amount, especially between the twenties, huh? You think of with Chang? Hey look softens where? Hey, if we're gonna you know we were on a stick and we get 76 or seven yards. We'll just keep doing that. You know, we'll have. We'll have some some backside cross on the shallow, You know, there'll be some opportunities T hit Ah post or Or maybe, um, you know a deeper cross, but for the most part I mean, they're running pretty basic route concepts out there and we're talking about Lois just sort of taking what they're giving him and he's not having and and the beauty of their offense is they're not asking him to scan the entire field..

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"bouvier" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"bouvier" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"This is about the job. All right. Welcome to the show. Broncos Country tonight. Ryan Edward Spending it all rights hit us over the text line. 56690. What's up in the back? That's right, man. I was last night. You know, I thought everything was cruising along. I thought we were doing. I thought we're doing pretty good. And we start. We'd even christened him were like, Oh, this is this is Ryan to point out that Ryan Koenigsberg was here and then we hit a speed bump. Well, I mean, he was going to see you buffs shirt from my everything, and they obviously doubled his cool quotient. But what we did when we were sitting there talking, and I was like we got Ryan 2.0. You know, we got rid of the top gun hater. Go America. And all the sudden he pulled the brake on me screeching halt! And you flew right by Kononsberg does not like Tom Cruise movies. We'll see. I'd just top gun. It's Tom Cruise movies across the board, and I was thrown out studio. Yeah, actually kind of big. That would be something you would consider now. I know for a fact that that's not true. And we do love Ryan. Coatings worry. I know you had Andrew Mason on last night. We love the NPR guys. But that is, uh, that is pretty funny that in the way that you get a chance to frame that is well, you know, he was here. He was gonna be here for the full three. But we ended up all going an hour and a half after I found out even like Tom Cruise. Yeah, Let's get the hell out of here. You brought that up. Excuse this for the money, but everything else Hey, brought that up. It actually came up on social media on Twitter at one point because I was getting lambasted for my opinion on top gun, and then he said No. And then he can't came in, like, sort of like, well, actually. Brian's got a good point. You know, Tom Cruise is just overall if I had seen that it would have been. I love we love Rocky Codus, but we had a great time. It was It was a lot of fun, and I was glad we got to go. We got a chance after he left. I got chance. Talk to base, you know, kind of one on one basis. Great. That was a lot of fun. We love fun last night, and they were gonna Wednesday's little more, aren't we? I think so. I think we're gonna be okay. Not ready to quite unveil that yet, but I think we've just hinted what we're gonna be doing so Like we got a couple of things were expanded on guys really resonated with the Tim Jenkins segment we have Monday. I think we're gonna gonna make that a regular feature. Maybe do some things with that, too. So really looking forward to expand in a couple of things here, and you're too a Broncos country tonight. All right, get this up on our text line. 566 times here would have you think basket here in a matter of moments. Here's a Jade Buddha earlier today, talking about him. You know, he's saying he shows that he knows to play book a lot, especially at the nickel. He's you know, showing everything that you want to see. He's aggressive. He comes up in the run, Great run game. He has good bliss staff, and he plays the past game well to a great coverage. And, you know, it's not much to say, because you're washing themselves, especially a practice. She's always going 100% where there scout teams. Special teams are even now getting rest with Ethan. So Oh, you know, he's well, the serving that he's you know, general long, but it's good. This whole thing. Reinhard s. Oh, there you go. That's uh, AJ Bouvier talking about. He's saying Bassie who had kind of an interesting path so far this year, and I mean, I'm looking forward to sort of talking about that about, you know, you sort of started out as the nickel. On the season. We had a chance to talk to you saying a couple times one time during the off season when he would sign here is a college free agent. We talked to him during training camps. Well, let's go ahead after the high line and bring on Broncos quarterback Nickelback, the one and only East egg basket. What's up, Passing out worry tonight. I'm good. How are you doing? We're doing great. Thanks for joining us here. We were just playing a J. Bouvier talking about you earlier saying how? How impressed? He is your work ethic. The way you've been playing on this defense and in cream, Jackson was sing your praises yesterday as well. What does it mean to you to have guys like a J. Buddha and Karine Jackson established guys in this league saying nice things about you. It means a lot, You know, since I've been here, um, just been learning every day under those guys. Like I said, take him in as much as I can. And you know, I come into work every day and they see the work I put in, so it's good to get recognized and continue going from them and just continue to get better. You know you're halfway through a rookie season here Looking back on it Now, from the time you got to train camp to now, what has been the biggest adjustment and what do you think is gonna be the biggest adjustment going forward? Personally? Yes, just on a personal level. Oh, yeah. Don't know, I say. Kind of going into the season. You're not exactly sure what your specific role is going to be. But obviously throughout this season of kind of Have been placed in into the world. That, you know, I know how to prepare. Now I know. What I need to focus more on during the week. You know, each and every day to help the team. So just just that continued laser focus and what I specialized in Because everybody has a job to do on the team, and you know, I'm putting the low where that you know, I feel like an important part of the team. So just continuing toe specialize and focus in on my job, and you certainly are an important part of the team. We saw that against the Falcons. We'll talk about that said game in just a second, But I want to take back to the Jets game for a minute because In that game, Vic Fangio opted to bring in the vault a boss be and give you some time off the field..

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"bouvier" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"bouvier" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Away. NewsRadio. Time is 302 Governor Pola says Colorado's covert 19 positivity rate is just under 3% over the past seven days, he says. That's a good number that makes it safer to have schools in person. Pola says the state is helping by providing masks as part of working to support our schools and our teachers in the state. We've survived. We've provided one medical grade mass for weak toe. Every teacher in the state on every student facing member of school staff in the state police visited southern Colorado Tuesday, making several stops, including at an elementary school at Fort Carson. A grisly creek fire in Glenwood Canyon has burned more than 32,000 Acres Incident Commander nor McDonald talked about keeping I 70 open in that area for every hour. That highway's shut down. That's a million dollars of commerce. So that is a huge impact to Colorado and And the nation. So one of our primary objective is keeping that corridor open. The Grizzly Creek fire is now 75% contained training camp is winding down. With final roster cuts do by Saturday and the Broncos opening game less than two weeks away. Cornerback age A. Bouvier talked about the most difficult part of preparing for the 2020 season. I think the biggest part especially for me, coming to a new team, just You know, you learn the playbook. You see it on film. But just not having those walk throughs, Extra reps. And today's special with the guys I should be playing with. Those have been tough, says he's learning every day, and he's watching the other cornerbacks that have been in the Broncos scheme and how.

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Gardens, Plants and Climate Change

The Naked Scientists

04:39 min | 1 year ago

Gardens, Plants and Climate Change

"Across the world covid nineteen is making a comeback. Boris Johnson's dubbed a second wave and the WHO have suggested that people dropping their God together with the relaxation of public health measures in many countries is translating into a surge in cases. France is seeing nearly four thousand daily cases and across Europe as a whole, the total is closed at twenty, six thousand people testing positive each day. Now, as a result of all of that people are trying to learn as much. As possible about the manner in which Corona, Vars and other respiratory infections spread so far lot of emphasis has been placed onerous spirit tree droplets, blobs of moisture that come out of the Airways when we breathe and talk and they can contain virus particles and people are wearing face coverings and they their hands to try to ward off that risk. But I school, of Medicine at Mount Sinai New York Nicole Bouvier has been testing how flu spreads among Guinea Pigs not the. Humans the Rodent fraud and she's found that respiratory droplets are indeed important but the viruses can also cling to other things which can be even more numerous as well. When humans either talk or cough or sneeze there's all kinds of microscopic particles that come out of your respiratory tract droplets of pure water proteins, bits, and pieces of dead cells most of which is is invisible. So we don't really think about it but but it's there. So presumably, Guinea pigs were doing. The same thing, and we wanted to know what exactly is coming out of them when they are infected with flu and putting flew out into the air how did you do the experiments? We put the Guinea pigs in a special cage that had a fine air filter that prevents know stuff from the environment coming in, and then we have the other side of the cage hooked up to an aerodynamic particle size or an APS and that's that's basically just a machine can. Not only count microscopic particles that can tell you how big they are, and what we're finding is that there were. Thousands of particles per second every time to get a big moved there was this big poof of particles that were being detected six to us that actually the particles coming out of the cage where associated with movement and that's when we started thinking. Well, maybe this isn't just what's coming out of the respiratory tracts, but it's just dust. So these are guinea pigs for Dandruff is that BICYC-? Well. Yeah. You know eight they are dandruff animals but so are we I mean humans slough billions of skin cells off every day but flu viruses don't grow in the skin lake grow in the nose and throat. So why is this this Dander? Another particulate matter does coming off the Guinea pigs relevant. So. What we did is we took a game egg and we infected with influenza virus, and then we put the guinea pigs in a cage and we sampled virus from the cage and from the animal's body we just took a cotton swab and dipped it in saline and swab the animals, ears in their paws and there for and the sides, the cage, and we were able to actually grow. A lot of viable flu virus from these swaps and that indicated to us that the virus was actually being spread all over itself and its environment and it kind of makes sense when you think about what you're doing all day long, which is brimming themselves and and sniffling around it makes sense that virus from their noses could be getting all over the place. Does that mean then that because? There's virus on things other than droplets coming out of the nose and throat that could be infectious to exactly. We also did some measurements where we were trying to measure exactly what was coming out just the Guinea pigs respiratory tract and what we found was that the amount of particles coming out of their respiratory tract was just orders of magnitude smaller than what was coming out of the cage when. It was sort of a wake in moving around, and so it seemed reasonable to think that maybe some of these particles from the environment that if they were contaminated with flu virus might actually be transporting the virus through the air to the they susceptible Guinea pig next door and could you infect other animals if you take those particles can you demonstrate that there is viable virus they're capable of infecting? An uninfected individual. Yes. So what we did is we took some virus and just painted it onto their for. And then we put this animal into the into the cage next to a susceptible animal and we were able to see transmission to the susceptible animal, and that suggests that particles that were conveying the virus. We're actually not coming from the respiratory tract because there was actually no virus replicating in the donor animals respiratory tract at that point

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"bouvier" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"bouvier" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It's impressive to see we've seen multiple times. He really takes advantage of it against the second team defense when he runs out he is not a fair man watching the second team is out there with you. It's not even fair. It's you know, Jerry Judy's going to be one of starting three receivers on the team this year. It's gonna happen. They haven't given it to him yet because you know, urn it kind of thing. But after week one, he's going to be wide receiver. Three of the depth chart. That means just seems evident, and and there was a lot of people out there that are still asking. Why isn't Judy running predominated the first time It's happening? Well, he's getting, perhaps by split them up both ways. That way he gets more reps out of and he's getting Inside. Looks coming out of slot is getting outside looks with, say, second team. And when he runs against the second team defense, he does exactly as you described right there. There was a moment even in seven on seven today, where he kind of ran kind of Ah, Deep cross. Basically corner out and and in that he it almost seemed like he was baiting the corner to think he was staying with him. He's guess what his game is. His game is not out, athlete you his game is use his superior at lettuce isn't to set you up. You know, and we saw it. They want that running that shell across. He stopped on a dime left the corner sailing on by that he catches the ball cuts it back the other way. Very next, play the corner gears down to stay with big blows right past him. It's just understands the setup game at a level most guys don't after 23 years in the league, and that's going to be what makes Jerry Judy so good. So how do you describe KJ handler then because they are different styles. Robert's a speed guy. Yeah, he is. Everybody saw that. He put that move. I think everybody saw that clip on the Monte Harris and he did with speed. It's a simple blaze. 10 round where you know you, You take me out. Then you go up and at the top of your stand, you hit that left foot. So people think you're going back to the post. Instead of doing that, As soon as you read the corners, hips as soon as he makes the move to the post, then you cut it back the other way. It is a one step move, and his speed allows him to get away with that. It's a totally different style. The way he's way he sets him up and he's Ah, little more sloppy with, you know, rounding his cuts and things like that, not a sharp, but Katie's got some talent. I just think he's probably more a year to guy. I mean, we'll have him out there and utilize the speed. There's probably more of a year, too guy in terms of when he's going to really make an impact. What I really liked with him other than taking those shots on the nine route. The deep all I've really liked watching them run those shower cross. Shall across stuff with him is kind of fun because because if he can get that first step with hammer, Yeah, it's a boat race. I mean, that's what it is. He's not quite on that Tyree care. We talked about the 49. He's not on my right garrulous species. He's not But he's fast say that he's very, very fast. I feel like I haven't noticed. It is much yet. There's moments moments today was a moment for me. Cos hammers right speed because he ran a shall cross in seven and seven. And just left his guy in the dust. So it wasn't even close to toughen noticed today, especially because he did a lot of red zone work and not a lot of room to get open like that when they do more of the vertical work, and you see a little bit more, but And you know he is fast. Don't come here, OK? Jamie's very fast. I'm not tryingto trying understand anything here over cell anything, but he's some He's not on that. He's not that tight. If you're expecting Tyree kill speed, that's not him. If you're expecting and trying to get who's the next fastest guy of the division? On off top my head. I'm drawing a blank. But he's faster. I would put him in the number two or three fastest receiver in the 80 West behind, probably tire economical, Arman. He is exactly as advertised in the way that we thought he'd have rugs. Yes, of course. But Katya hammers exactly as advertised, as we thought it would be, because we said coming into camp. He'll have probably a play of not to every single practice, but it'll also have maybe one or two plays. Where you kind of Hey, you need some time and you see that every day there was the one the went up for the ball batted up in the air became interception cause he dropped it and then comes back couple plays later puts that move on Devante Harris, and everybody's raving about it on the on the Interwebs First day here, the diving catch right there Goal. I thought that was a good one, and it was great the great the way he hung onto the ball. That was that was a good catch. I think he's got a bright future ahead of him. I just think he's going to a little slower, like Judy is ready now. Dude, he's ready. You don't have to preheat the oven. Judy's already ready Okay. A J Hammer units preheat the oven. You're gonna have to bake this one low and slow. But this comes back to something. We said multiple times on this show that there are going to be people out there in the media fans otherwise. That are going to hammer away at that pic. If KJ Handler isn't a star in his first year as a second run wide receiver, people are going to hammer away at that pick and what you could have taken, especially if they struggle on offensive tackle but a reminder here. That the officer tackles that went after that are not their opted out or injured or not, are have been demoted to guard. That's right there. There no lock to be Starting off into tackle your one not not any one of them right? So I think those people don't want to talk about anyway. It's is you were the only show that's out there. Every day. We see it every day. We don't. We're not jumping from one practice to another and giving you some kind of half baked narrative. We're just telling you what we see we don't we don't have to put a cue to logo on a slogan on our training camp coverage. It's just training camp coverage because we were actually there. So I'm telling you what I see Ryan's telling you what he sees. I think a J Hammer. Don't be wrong. I think he's going to be good. But don't expect immediate elite production from him. You know, I think he's going to be just fine. I just How they use him and what they're going to use him for. You'll have some couple big games some games that he's silent, and that's just the nature of the beast. One more thing here for we hand things off to Steve Atwater. Embryonic fur stall coming up. We're going to hear some An interview We did with each of those guys. A. J. Bouvier was describing Devante Busby is describing Isaac Yeah, Adam and one characteristic that he kept bringing up. He brought it up in separate instances. The ability to be aggressive. When you're a cornerback,.

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"bouvier" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"bouvier" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"2020 who knows down the road, the rest of 2020. How much losing college football is going to impact each and every one of these cities that it's in right now? Exactly. It's gonna have ripple effects. I think Multitude of programs are going to be gone. May I think, a lot athletic programs rather heavily struggle or disappear altogether, which this would also kind of help because it would limit the cost of having to travel as far A lot of these schools. I mean, we're talking about regional. This is all very read. I mean, you're within a state of all the schools Arizona, Obviously. Colorado Toma, Boise. No. Idaho, you got Utah. New Mexico in Wyoming. It's all right there. So you're talking about limiting expenses, limiting exposure by traveling to other parts of the country. Traveling to states that are that are maybe dealing with Cove it in a different way. California don't California look like dirt when college football starts going Right now. Arizona They just shut things down for 30 days. Dude in Arizona. Their souls have baseball in 25 days, right. You're supposed to have Football in 29 days. So I mean not football like playing football, But you're supposed to have players reporting and they included 50 You can't even have groups of 50 getting together right now. So I'm just saying that It's very easy in these things. Anthony to just completely dismissed them as Too whimsical. It's just not realistic and feasible. But you should stop and think for a second about the survival of this sport, because we've said multiple times on this show, the college football is gonna have the toughest time. In this climate with coal, but they're gonna have the toughest time getting off the ground and staying there. Well, I don't put it like this toe help folks understand? The state of college football has to think outside the bubble. Because the bubble will not work in college football. These aren't professional athletes. I said multiple times that sound big college a couple times last week. We were talking about this where he's culpable athletes. They're not being paid. They're still trying to go to class. These air. You know, people in their twenties that unfortunately, have a tendency to want to go out and party be with their friends. You have to think you have to consider all of this when you're trying to up with a plan. So when, when you know an outside the box plan like this is presented, you know another sports. You probably don't consider it but in college, but what you can't you kind of need to think of stuff like this. To prevent what is about to take place in the sport, which the sport of college football in college athletics as a whole has a very good chance to be handicapped. For the next five years. This could be right where all the money that all of these schools are gonna lose. And then you know, the cities that these schools are in are going to lose because I'm not having the athletics. I mean, just the state of Alabama from you know, the Crimson Tide them not having a college football season was raining, They could lose $2 billion. It's massive. This is going to be felt for a long time, so we'll plan like this. Could go into effect. And if this were to ever happen again, you won't have a five year ripple effect like it like we're gonna have after this year, my mom with me on that again. Austin slogan's going tojoin us coming up here in a little bit. All right, let's get to our poll question. I what I find out from you, Anthony. What you all voted for on this after Drew lock, which player to the Broncos need to stay? Injury free the most. And as we said at the start of the show it bears repeating. It's all about Drew lock. If Drew lock goes down that none of the players pale in comparison. Okay, so no, nobody could be the quarterback. This is, of course, inspired by an article on dot com. The Broncos page there where they went through now I'll tell you who they voted for, Okay? And then we could have our own discussion. They had Von Miller, Bradley Chub, Juwan James and Bryce Callahan as their other four. So, so I love this from people on the text line. Don't just tell me the other one like like we got Ah, Vote on. You're on the next line from, Christie said I voted Bradley chump. Give me your other four. Right? Why not? Just just give me your other four. Let's let's have a real conversation about that. It doesn't have to be one. If you have one over the others, that's fine. You can write them ahead. But I think the fore arm or of an interesting conversation, because in that direction, we can go in several different ways. So I want to know about the four now. The four of you and I were talking about Anthony Rod and so people are charming in a good one here from Harry on, Twitter says. I'm not the highest in the secondary death, but I think it's a little bit blown out of proportion and how bad the death is. It's not as a boss as boar bear. I think he means as some make it out to be Busby Busby. OJ Muthiah are both quality death pieces. In my opinion, however, we need a reliable number one. So a J. Has to be the answer. A J. Bouvier. Would have to be the answer, and I think when we talked earlier Anthony Rodham time taking a look at the voting on this thing Right now, we talked earlier. You felt like a J. Bouvier probably had to be at the top of this list. And he is. He's a Dublin case, by the way on Twitter is the one who had almost word for word Exactly My thought today, Jane. I don't A J. And I don't think it's particularly close between him and anyone else. Cornerback depth after him, and Callahan is almost non existent right now and To the point about O. J. Moody in Bosnia. You know we mentioned earlier. OJ media rookie. We don't know what they want. 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"bouvier" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"bouvier" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Morning show. I'm looking at dogs. I'm sorry. That's a big show tonight. Yeah. By the way, when it's class. So I don't know. What is it sounds? It. Sounds. Snotty? It is. Got it. You got it. All what time is this on tonight? I thought it was on last night. So I was like I was kinda cursing you. I'm like Jaren. This is a Bouvier Deflandre on. I'm looking at it looks like it looks like it's fluffy. It's fluffy and snooty. It's it's my my old neighbors used to have show dot bouviers. And let me tell you. They bought a they bought a bus and converted it to transport. The talk shows it they spent hundreds of thousands of dollars. It'd be like, but there are beautiful talks. Did you ever see the movie best in show? Yes. About the the inner workings of the dog people. Oh my God. I talk about accent for a feeling. I wasn't too far from the truth it, probably. Yeah. It. Well, I my neighbors are really nice, but they spent a fortune on their dogs. I believe it. And then they moved. So I'm assuming they're still doing it. But it's a cute little dog and then some little dog named the ship ship perky. I have no idea just once. I'd say it looks like a little candle talk another one that looks like a catalog just one class the working class or something. Yeah. It's a real working dog. I'm sure gets down there in the mud. Hey mine. Works hard right over the football. I have to get to dog food. I go through a week. We just figured this out the other day you have eight dogs. So. Thank us for like one hundred pounds a week. I'm sure it's absurd. I'm sure I gotta get little dogs. Stop by big one dog randomly decides. He doesn't like a particular brand. He's fine. He's totally healthy just decided he doesn't want to eat that kind anymore. Oh, dear. Fussy stubborn dog leave it out there for a couple of days lead. Yeah, you'll eat. That's exactly what we did. Right. Hey, speaking of animals is still I I really thought by the time we got to this hour. We would have found little Kelly the monkey from the Palm Beach for the points bulletin all units respond. We need everybody in south Florida's just peak out your window. Check out your neighbors now to see if you see a little one pound monkey. That's missing is this black. It looks like that picture, right? I don't I don't have a picture of the damn lucky. They just have one that says it literally this was the caption from the new site looks exactly like this. You don't have the picture of it doesn't have. Well, they have the video that I think if you go to WBZ CBS twelve you can see it. You see the guy walks literally walked right into the cage or the closure. And then he walks out like five seconds later. So whoever it was knew what he was after that tells me something inside. But I don't know who knows they they don't know. They're not really make any other info. Maybe they have a guy a little monkey. That's looking for love. Maybe this is a love story for Valentine's Day love. Yeah. It is near Valentine's Day. To say, but I would bet you this with the exception of the sun fest lineup which is going to be announced in the next half hour. They'll spend local TV we'll spend some time on that. And the rest of the day will be dedicated to this this monkey. That's missing. Yeah. It'll be the headline for the till they find it. Yes. Because it's you know, people are concerned, but it's an animal story. It doesn't matter. What kind of animal you're talking about people? Love animal stories, they cut through the fence to steal the monkey is with the Palm Beach zoo is now saying, oh, so they knew they were concerned about the little house. It's only a pound. But the thing is you cut through the fence you gonna catch it. Right. Maybe they just sleep well known. It was sleeping at night. I don't know. Another thing. I wanted to actual picture of Kelly the monkey this is what disturbs me the most. Okay. Give it a couple of hours of Mike gave somebody'll drop it off here. Could you take the monkey probably we need? You have more animals dropped at my gate, whom they stay farm. That's what you have. All right. I don't know. How many of our listeners know who Cardi B is a well, if they watched the Grammy they watched the Grammys she was there where she would you like a little sampler? I'd rather.

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"bouvier" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"bouvier" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Presented by MorningStar senior living of Santa Fe with your host Bill Bouvier, and Leslie Castaneda, and we are in segment four we survived this without the bell. How exciting so Karen, we talked about fears and concerns and one of the things I thought about in the break was when you're dealing with. Or you have a I shouldn't say dealing with. When you have a client that has cognitive or memory issues. How do you work with adjusting what they need versus what they think they need because that cognitive ability is not great uncharged meant. Well, it is a challenge. You know, it helps to have a family member to mediate and be a voice for their parents. They know their parent much more than I do it falls to me to be very attentive and present. And listen as much as I can to the to the rep to my client. They usually can't participate in any way in terms of helping go through books or go through close or whatever. And they also have a fear level and anxiety level that is part of the process as well. So I might bring in a helper I might have someone from the rest of the new residents participate, a little more intensively, Emily might bring you into it. A little bit more. Have you ever had to deal with like siblings fighting over things and coming in? And haven't had that yet. Fortunately, now that you're bringing up that up. I guess that is the scenario that come comes into it from time to time. Usually I've been blessed with a grown child who wants the best for their parent and is willing to support the process and support me in the process as well. That's good. We've talked about fears of concerns what are some of the things that you hear about that individuals are looking forward to downsizing. Oh, and there are a myriad of those. You know, despite the fact that they may love their homes of many many years, they do start to feel the drag of maintenance the cost, you know, property, taxes and utilities and maintenance over the years. I asked Emily during the break about people who maybe have lost a spouse and other living alone in that house, and it doesn't feel good. I mean, the the good memories are now. Surpassed by grieving the loss of having that person. So the idea of being alone in the house, you know, so there's many attractions to being in a vibrant exciting. Community with a lot of amenities. And a lot of.

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"bouvier" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"bouvier" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And I know we've talked about this before. But it's worth revisiting is that his mother Jacqueline Bouvier? Kennedy Onassis had had premonitions that her son would die in a. Plane crash that he was piloting specifically that intuition and several people warned him about this on her. She forbade him as long as I'm living. You cannot get your pilot's license. And when she was on her deathbed because she was dying of some type of cancer rate. She begged her companion her companion MAURICE temples. Yes. Yes. To do whatever it took to keep gone from flying. Because of all these reoccurring premonitions. She had that he would die piloting a plane. And also the fact that the Kennedy family, the the crash his family history. His uncle Joe shot down in World War Two for twenty nine excuse me and his his aunt who did know kit. She died in France at the age of twenty eight. And that was John John Kennedy's sister. Right. And also Edward Kennedy. His on-call escaped death in a plane crash that injured his back and killed his aide. So there's all this not to mention the assassinations the ski accidents and all these other things, but. And this is all documented in the book the day John died in this guy. Christopher Anderson is in this documentary talking about how certain family members, and I'm taking that to mean. Caroline. Yes. Would not fly with John once he got his license because he had dyslexia. Remember how he couldn't pass the New York bar? Yes. It took them like four times he had dyslexia. And apparently when you have dyslexia. Space spatial disorientation, which is what in the end. They attribute JFK juniors. Piloting when he was down. Yep. Has dyslexia how and you would know how things are sort of turned upside down so family members wouldn't fly with him that knew he had dyslexia because it's like, how do you read everything, and it was a very difficult night. Even for a well-trained plant. Stories tell you know, like a guy who was at the airport, and he saw, you know, Jacqueline Bisset new sister, Lauren. Caroline, caroline. He Kyle Bailey. He said that he he he decided not to fly. And he said, the John I thought I hope he has someone on there to read the instruments a co-pilot, and I guess. Mike Tyson is one of the people who warned him about it because four months before he died. JFK junior himself was doing an interview he was interviewing Mike Tyson for talking him into being on the cover of George magazine. Okay. And Tyson heard your pilots Emmanuel.

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"bouvier" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:01 min | 3 years ago

"bouvier" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Seven one everything entertainment and your theories. Okay. So my theory today. One of my theories is that everybody has a theory. Segment, but I wanna know today. Joe? And we heard it loud and clear the Oscars is too long. It is. And that is as far as you're concerned. It's not move moving from theory into fact, right? It just says, and you don't know what what it is. But Donny, I don't know where your theory was today. I'm sure one came across your head already gone. It's already gone. Holly did Holly have any theories today. Just wondering today did a theory. Cross your mind today. I mean about anything. Yeah. Anything just like one of your one of my theories that came across when we were talking about the JFK junior. Is that his mother Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Onassis everything had a premonition that her son would die piloting a plane as she did power, including on her deathbed asking her companion to make sure he never got his license which she didn't do until you're after she died. The theory is sometimes when a mother's intuition about something is that specific you take it. Do you have to take it? You have to give your mom is some gut instinct worry, if it's if it's like a really strong, right one. Like that scary specific not just you know, you've got some Klingon mother who doesn't want you'd ever leave reciters kids. Yeah. Klingon mom those cars that look like tanks when they first came out humvee disease. Paul up to one at the holiday gas in the kids were low. I thought was close thing. I said that or condo. And in ski a ski town. What would you prefer that? That was my thing. I never like it was always the humvee. I'd never get in one. I was I don't know what it was about those. Because that was that was so called those things are just not cool at all. You could have a condominium where you could go ski all the time or you could buy that car. Yeah. Yeah. Well, it was that was their it was my theory yours, but it's such a dumb, right? But I remember seeing that we never said that the theories had to be smart. Continue to look at their phones. They're going to have another thing in their nap well technique, and then we got the selfie wrist. And doctors are seeing an increase I have a theory about this. They're seeing an increase for young people with jowl lines jowl lines and also people are going to be doing more strident things to their skin because you can't compete with your filter your real life sell can't compete with your filter. And so it was interesting to me to see some of the makeup techniques that are coming out where it's like a very. Doll like that. I don't know what to say, but that filter look people, and the thing is it's like a snap chat. Luck. Lori is what it is. And what will be very very I mean, I kissed people could just go the rest of their life just doing filtered picture sweet other and his legs. You don't have to see anybody in person. Because you'll never be able to get away with that kind of make up as you embrace getting older, right? You know, I had a massage last week. The massage therapist because I've been having you know, tennis. How? People don't realize it the youth. But when they come in and get massage how sore their forums are texting. Yes. And. Always on the phone in holding that thing always. Yeah. She said by phone thumb can feel pain in my thoughts, and it goes up to my right shoulder. Yeah. Do you know? Taking care of him. Yeah. You know, what you do is? I did this. If you have a foam roller at home, you roll your arms, you lay down on your body and your role the top of your arms over your former where it hurts like hell. Yeah. But it just releases everything because you know, how you roll your legs, and your T bands and everything I put my forearms on front and I roll him. All right. But that something I mean, I didn't wanna texts for six months when I tennis elbow. It's it's a beautiful thing if you can take a break and just leave your device behind, and maybe the theory will be that people will get back around to that flip phones. No. Well, that's somehow, you know, that you will be like, I think everyone's gonna this technology thing has gone. So far this way, I think it will go all the way back to the old way. People are going to look China landed on the dark side of the moon. Album.

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