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"broadsky" Discussed on What's the 311

What's the 311

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"broadsky" Discussed on What's the 311

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"broadsky" Discussed on What's the 311

What's the 311

02:37 min | Last week

"broadsky" Discussed on What's the 311

"One of the babies was in New York like somehow it happened in New York. So they couldn't prove what really happened to this baby. So they let her fly with that. It was just a very, very disturbing case. Like, very, very, I don't know. But somehow the core we do such a sentence. Like, I want to let you hear this little clip that they talking about her sentence, so. Please, please listen. Please be advised, please listen with cautious again. I want to thank women convicted of hiding the remains of 6 infants in a U haul storage locker has won her fight for a shorter sentence. The men at a court of appeal has reduced Android geese breaks prison term by 5 and a half years, and a CTV's Josh crabb reports her lawyer says the decision means she'll be released from custody. It's been two years since Andrea geese Brecht was found guilty of hiding the remains of 6 infants in a U haul storage locker, a ruling by the province's highest court means she'll walk free sooner than anticipated. I think it justifies verifies the fact. I mean, you trust our legal system. In a written decision, the Manitoba court of appeal shortened geese Brexit July 2017 sentence from 8 and a half to three years. Her lawyer, Greg Broadsky says he's Brexit elated. The bottom line is she wasn't convicted of interfering with the birth. Of any of these fetuses. It concealing the birth. She can only be sent in so much she was charged with. The infants remains were discovered in rubbermaid containers, pales, and bags in October 2014 after guy's break failed to pay her rental fees for the locker medical experts testified during the trial, the infants were likely born alive, geese Brecht never took the stand to explain how they died, or why she kept their remains. This is a deeply disturbing case, we will never know why these 6 little lights went dark due to the accused appalling dishonesty, wrote appeal court justice Chris Manila. However, just as the mighty are not above the law, the unpopular are not outside of its protections even on facts as troubling is here. Guise Breck's lawyer argued the trial judge made material errors and imposed an excessive sentence. The court of appeal agreed ruling the original sentence assumed certain culpable actions by the accused of which she was never tried or convicted a fair and principled application of the law requires that this accused be sentenced not for being criminally negligent in some way or committing culpable homicide rather

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"broadsky" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

Science Magazine Podcast

08:20 min | Last month

"broadsky" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

"On January 15th, 2022, the eruption of a volcano in Tonga produced the biggest explosion in the atmosphere in modern history. In this week's issue of science, two papers dig into how the eruption impacted Earth's atmosphere and oceans. I'm Megan Cantwell here with Emily brodsky, who touches on both these papers and the broader implications of the results from the Tonga eruption in a science perspective. Thanks so much for joining me, Emily. Thanks for having me. So could you start with describing exactly the scale and size of this eruption? So this volcano, hunger Tonga, hunger, higher pie, produce this enormous eruption. It produced the largest plume we've seen in modern history since we've been able to measure how high plumes go and how big they are. It's notable in part because that volcano was underwater. We don't normally think about underwater eruptions as. So catastrophically explosions. And this blew the lid off quite literally. It produced waves that wrapped around the earth, both in the atmosphere and in the ocean and actually in the solid earth as well. Some of the waves that traveled around the world were tsunamis, which appeared in every major water basin, tsunamis most commonly result from earthquakes, but really any large displacement of water can produce them. Do the characteristics of a tsunami differ depending on the source? Most tsunamis are made by just moving a whole lot of seafloor, so it doesn't really matter. If the tsunami is made by an earthquake or a landslide, but in the case of taga, there really was something quite a bit different about how these tsunamis were made. And that's because in addition to moving the seafloor, the eruption also bubbled the atmosphere and that wave moving through the atmosphere effectively blew the tsu dabi across the ocean and it blew it very quickly. And they also did this crazy thing where they hopped over the land. So you would have them, but what else should base it? And then you would see them, but the next ocean basically, they regular suit obvious, don't do that. They need to keep going through the water. What's happening is because the atmosphere is continuous. It can keep going all the way around the world, even if there are land barriers in the way. Yeah, and I mean, usually following an earthquake, there's a bit of a prediction or modeling forecasting that anticipates exactly what the impact will be. So following the Tonga eruption was there a sort of estimate from researchers as to what they were anticipating what's going to happen? Yeah, so since the devastating Indian Ocean earthquake and a couple of tsunami and the Japanese tsunami in 2011, there's been quite a significant investment in being able to accurately forecast the timing and amplitude of tsunamis. And they're pretty good. They're good at what they do. This tsunami came in early, very early. And that's because the process by which these models work basically considers the ocean only. And so did consider this possibility that something in the atmosphere could interact at the air sea interface and push it a lot faster. Did this result in some areas not being warned that something was incoming? Did it have actual impacts on people's lives that this forecasting was off? Fortunately, that initial very fast food lobby was actually pretty small. It caused damage at various places, but it wasn't catastrophic in the same sense as, say, the Japanese or idiot ocean tsunami. In this case, it has more to do with realizing a gap in our knowledge and understanding that it has to do with the direct consequences. There have been other volcanic eruptions in modern history is the gap in our understanding because none of them were large enough to produce this impact on the atmosphere. Yes, it needs to be pretty big in the atmosphere to make this effect. In fact, it probably happened during Krakatoa. Krakatoa was 1883, though, so that's a long time ago. And the data really wasn't anything like the quality we have today. 50 60 years ago had sort of thought that there might be this sort of funny coupling effect and they had done quite a bit of analysis on it, but when you look at the data they were relying on, it was really a handful of tide gauges. It turns out, I think they were probably right. But it was hard to make a really strong case until you had modern data like we have today. I mean, the network of instruments we have today is pretty staggering, right? I mean, what is what all was collecting data after this eruption? So there is the global network of seismometers that measured the waves in the ground. There is a global network of infrasound instruments infrasound is long period, low frequency soundwaves. So those are effectively microphones around the world. There were tide gauges around the world that measured the level of the water, and then there were other sorts of instruments that were satellite measurements of the total electron cottage in the ionosphere. The ionosphere also moved up and down and had a wave propagating on it. The eruption was that big that it was able to connect a couple to the ionosphere. And so that combined dataset is remarkable. Yeah, and that's what one of the papers published this week is about. I mean, what exactly did they find? This dataset is so rich were there any big surprises that came out of it? I think just the pervasiveness, the speed, the complexity of the wave source. That was the big surprise from the network data. But I think it's going to take a long time until we fully understand what it means about the eruptive dynamics. And some of these waves even circled the world multiple times, right? That's just how powerful it was. Absolutely. That's pretty crazy. And it was really interesting to see just how many, I mean, it makes sense, but there were a lot of authors on this paper and all of these different monitoring stations are set up around the world. I mean, is it pretty common following these major seismic or eruptive events that there's a lot of international collaboration? My seismometer by itself is really not very much good. I need to get together with all my other seismologists, colleagues, the international network is what makes it possible. A lot of this infrastructure was put in place for the purpose of modeling nuclear tests and so it is controlled and operated by a variety of different enterprises. They local authorities. So there's a pretty well developed network of collaboration and culture of collaboration so that we can in fact take a global view of problems with nuclear tests. There's a lot more limitations in terms of making the data kind of publicly accessible. So I feel like this is a pretty unique opportunity to have all of these different monitoring stations picking up on something, right? Yes, I think that's right. Are there other ways that researchers can use these seismic signals to better understand processes that are happening on the surface of the earth? Absolutely. There's been a growth in what's known as environmental seismology recently. And that is using seismology and also infrasound to study surficial processes such as rivers, bedload transport and coastal erosion and glaciers and hurricanes, all of those things pound on the ground with some amount of force. And we can use those forces at the seismic waves they produce to actually say something about each of those processes. I'm excited to see all the stuff that comes after this. Thank you so much, Emily. Thank you. Emily Broadsky is a Professor of earth and planetary sciences at the University of California, Santa Cruz. You can find a link to her perspective and the two papers we discussed at science.

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"broadsky" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"broadsky" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Too easy access to weapons Both assault rifles and certainly in Chicago a legal guns is a very serious problem The compromise would make the juvenile records of gun buyers under age 21 available when they undergo background checks The buffalo and uvalde gunmen were both 18 The agreement would offer money to states to implement red flag laws that make it easier to temporarily take guns from people considered potentially violent and to bolster school safety and mental health programs The NRA responding to that bipartisan deal saying it's committed to real solutions to stop violence but it's not supporting that new gun proposal yet In part it says quote it will continue to oppose any effort to insert gun control policies initiatives that overwrite constitutional due process protections and efforts to deprive law abiding citizens of their fundamental right to protect themselves Convicted murderer drew Peterson will appear in court for a hearing to determine if a retrial is necessary It was postponed in February the former bowling book police chief is serving a 38 year prison sentence for the murder of his third wife Kathleen savio recently Peterson's former attorney Joe Broadsky told WGN he was considering revealing what happened to sabio and his fourth wife Stacey Peterson After that interview Peterson asked a judge to silence his former attorney Peterson's public defender argued that anything revealed could jeopardize the bid for a new trial Former Illinois attorney general Jim Ryan has died He was first elected to the statewide office in 1994 and reelected in 1998 In 2002 he won the Republican nomination for governor eventually losing to Democrat rod Blagojevich before serving as attorney general Ryan was the dupage county states attorney Jim Ryan was 76 years old The aurora pride parade got the officers it needed for security by offering triple overtime pay and it went without went off without a hitch yesterday Resident Carolina Gutierrez says her family looks forward to the parade Me and my wife.

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"broadsky" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:54 min | 2 months ago

"broadsky" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Local agent today. And we are back on the beach. And we are delighted to have coach Eli drinkwitz, who is going to tell us for the first time today, everything that happened in that meeting today. So I mean, I just thought some duct tape on your mouth. I mean, what's going on here? So I'm going to tell you when it's all said and done. There was a lot more said than actually done. And that's I think probably normal of any meeting. But there was a lot of really healthy conversations, good conversations about what we want the future of college football to be. What we want the future of this conference to become. And you know, I think there's a lot of people that are really passionate about college football and we're passionate about the game. We're passionate about the platform that we have. And we want to be united in the purpose to be a positive influence right now and a lot of uncertainty. And so we've got a great leader in commissioner sankey and I think he's doing a tremendous job in trying to steer the ship and as coaches, we've got to continue to voice what we're facing on a day to today basis. And how do we do what's best for student athletes? How do we do what's best for our fans? How do we do what's best for our individual universities? And I think it's been good meeting so far. I'm going to go back and check what the question was, but that's a great answer. Yeah, that was a stump speech, you know? That was a stump speech. Coach strength for governor. Vote early and often. Yeah. Let's talk about something I think you can talk about. Good. And that's Missouri. It looked like recruiting very well. You got a lot of great players. It seems like you don't want to wish too much too soon, but where are you? I'll shoot in May. You're always excited about what the possibilities are and what the possibilities of your team are going to be. You know, I think we're really excited about the players that we were able to recruit. Not only the high school players, but added the players through the transfer portal to fill some holes that we potentially had from last season. And so now it's about like I told our team when they came back last Wednesday, which is it's about us becoming our team and our identity for the mizu 2022 football season and who are we going to become and still in the day of name image and likeness and all those things, the greatest advantage that you're going to have is your team chemistry. And how quickly can we form that team? How quickly can we form our team identity and that's really the process of what we're trying to do this summer. I'm really excited about the experience that we return on the defense. We've got two really what I consider two bookends with Trajan Jeff coat and Isaiah McGuire. We've got a three technique in Darius Robinson that's played a lot of football. We've got two really strong linebackers. We added the addition of tyron hopper who is a transfer from Florida we've got Chad Bailey, who really stepped up and played a lot of good football fours last year, Devin Nicholson's another guy, chuck kicks as a transfer. So our front 7, which was a real weakness for us last year and stopping the run. Should now transform to be a strength. And so that's what we're looking for to see in and establishing throughout the summer and through August. You've experienced the league, the questions from two years ago and even last year are long gone. How do you feel comfortable in this league? It's still a lot of the heavyweights. Yeah, I'll say this. I don't feel comfortable meaning that there's always challenges and you know the difficulty. But I don't feel that anxiousness in my stomach like, can we measure up? Can we match up? Like, I know what we're getting into. I know the fight that I'm walking into every week. And look, the reality of it is, you know, since the last time they had these meetings, there's only four coaches that are still here since 2019. So the reality of it is, this is a tough, tough league made for tough people. And you've got to measure up, but that's the fun. That's the challenging part of it. And as competitors, you want to meet that challenge. Yeah, I mean, there's always these lines. I think somebody told me they were in a med school class once who are law school class. And I said, what do you think about that person? I don't mean that toward you. But if you took a group picture, history is going to show a lot of even people that have been eminently successful, do you outweigh that by going, okay, I'm at the university of Missouri. I'm in the SEC. I'm paying a lot of money. Have you ever seen the movie The Godfather? Yes. There's a line in there that says, this is the life we've chosen. Yes. And at the end of the day, this is the life we've chosen. It's a tremendous opportunity. I mean, are you kidding me? I got to fly down here in a private jet. I'm on the ocean. I got a great room. I get to represent the university of Missouri football team. I mean shoot, this is a great opportunity. And yeah, there's some tough parts to it. But to me, the benefits outweigh the negative experiences. That was Don Cole young. Yes, played by merle and Brando 50 years ago. There's also a line in the movie that Luca Broadsky sleeps with the fish. Yeah. There's a lot of great lines in that movie too. Robert Duvall before he was in the lonesome dove, you know? They just celebrate. I read an interview, I think it was Mario puto about the 50th anniversary and I've never heard The Godfather connected to college football, but you may have started a new cottage industry for young people out there trying to figure out who you were talking about. I think there's a lot of more similarities than we want to admit between The Godfather and college football and especially in our league. Well, we will, we will get you back here. We'll be in Missouri. I'm sure this year. I hope so. Because we weren't there last year. We got to do our part. And you know, we play three road games in our first 6 games at K state at auburn at Florida. We'll be battle tested if we can come out of those strong. I think we set ourselves up to have a really remarkable season. So the key for us is going to be starting fast and that's what we're preaching to our team. And if we can do that, then I look forward to seeing you in Columbia, Missouri. Okay, and when we get there, you have to make a promise. You'll take the duct tape off your mouth and be coach drink once again. Well, I tell you what, after tomorrow, when I don't have to have an in person meeting with commissioners. Thank you, interview me again, okay? We will be waiting outside in the hotel lobby before you go to your G 5 off to your Caribbean resort. I'm going back to work. We've got June is a camp grind and we've got plenty of camps to be working and recruiting to get done. So it's back to full speed when this thing's over. Thanks coach always played her. Always a pleasure appreciate your Paul. It's always great. Coach you, I drink with one of our favorites here. And we are heading to the break. One more coach on deck, the.

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"broadsky" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:01 min | 3 months ago

"broadsky" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Kathy savio's murder It has nothing to do with Stacy Peterson This court has no standing to get into anything about Stacey True hasn't been charged with Stacey's murder Broadsky says there's also no love lost between him and the judge he says he's going to take action to appeal that gag order The number of reported COVID cases in Chicago was still climbing The city's positivity rate is now at 6.4% Community spread in Cook County is at the medium level Chicago public health commissioner doctor Allison already says that could get bumped up to high in the coming weeks She says another indoor mask requirement will not be needed unless the hospital system gets stretched thin Ten hospitalizations per 100,000 per week or more than 10% of our beds being taken up with COVID patients that would be a sign that our hospital system was getting stretched The city is reporting 22 hospitalizations a day the death count remains at its lowest level since the pandemic began The man accused of murdering ten at a supermarket in Buffalo New York had a day in court today 18 year old Peyton gendron was wearing orange clothing and a mask but said nothing at the core proceeding the assistant district attorney said that a grand jury had indicted gender on a charge of first degree murder as he was led out of the courtroom to return to jail somebody yelled at him Payton you're a coward the person said in case you couldn't hear that Authorities are continuing to investigate the possibility of hate crime and terrorism charges In Buffalo provided the sound from the courtroom I'm Rita foley And he's being held without bond he has another court date June 9th WGN sports baseball socks beat the royals and the Diamondbacks.

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Colton scores late, Lightning beat Panthers 2-1 in Game 2

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Colton scores late, Lightning beat Panthers 2-1 in Game 2

"Ross Colton scored with just 3.8 seconds left in regulation giving the lightning a two one victory and a two games to none lead in their second round series with the Panthers Tampa Bay had just killed off a penalty to Steven stamkos when Colton scored right in front of Sergey barsky the penalty kill also left Florida zero for 25 on the power play this postseason The bolt scored on their first power play chances Corey Perry deflected a shot pass for Broadsky It remained one zero until a two Lewis star and then beat Andre vasilevsky with one 53 remaining in the second period Game three is Saturday in Tampa I'm Dave

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"broadsky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:13 min | 4 months ago

"broadsky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Volatility the connective tissue there is the fact that fed rate hike cycles are damaging to multiples And we are looking back historically we have not seen a fed rate hike cycle where we've had multiple expansion in the first year So it means you've got this solid companies and yes inflation winners and losers But if you get in there you've got solid earnings growth You just can't capture it through the top line indices like you used to be able to Well to dig into credit you need to dig into On the subject of earnings growth the profitability of companies has hinged increasingly in the face of inflationary pressures on the ability to exercise pricing power to pass those costs on to consumers When do we reach the point in which consumers no longer tolerate those higher prices So this has been the unique thing about this cycle Companies have been actually able to pass along those higher prices for the first time Back in the 2010s when we had some energy price spikes companies really could not pass that along I think company margins are going to erode somewhat but they're so generous right now And again you know some companies when they experience higher input costs to them that means higher revenue Inflation also makes the investment cycle go faster We're going to see companies be rewarded for investing not punished as they have been for the prior 15 years So it's a different I think reaction to inflation And we're going to see companies that are really investing around cost cutting be rewarded Well and finally on that point Mike Wilson over at Morgan Stanley raised the wage issue for companies and that that is going to put in margin pressure when it comes to wages we obviously saw 5.6% in the data for March We got on Friday What is your expectation about whether or not we reached the price spiral portion of that That is I think the number one thing that the fed is watching And we'll see wages continue to increase but as long as that's really focused I think on the more service oriented lower income cohort the fed is going to really focus on whether or not that cohort is keeping up with inflation So I think when we get the lower end services jobs inflation really in the double digits and staying there that's when the fed starts getting concerned But they're watching the dispersion of wage growth more closely than the top line Laura thank you A lot of rain there on a week ahead And a month ahead for this Federal Reserve of FS investments Some comments coming from vanished on Broadsky of the EU in the last couple of minutes senator following the EU must do more to stop the atrocities in Ukraine must step up the pressure on Russia Going on to say on sanctions for the commission nothing is off the table Of course there will be questions about the appetite to do something around energy Tom That has done Rossi also saying currently expecting a slowdown not a recession I am speechless John I mean you know we've heard some comments you mentioned something an hour and a half ago The talk if you will out of Europe and again I go back to the military effort where Russia has moved away from certain geography no doubt to pick up strength in other geography than what is the response of Ukraine to that To me that's far more important in a lot of jaw boning Each and every time this evidence that Russia has escalated this invasion in Ukraine we're having the same conversation and Katie and each and every time the Europeans fall short of doing something on energy And the commentary you hear now out of Europe is that there isn't much left what else is there apart from energy Right you can tighten existing sanctions when it comes to swift but really that's just incremental steps It's not any blowout sanctions that potentially could have some impact on the Kremlin and I wonder when you hear of all just a Broadsky saying that we expect to slow down not a recession is energy what makes that difference is energy sanctions not being on the table why Europe doesn't fall into a recession That's what we heard from Christian saving the Deutsche Bank CEO earlier saying that if you see an oil and gas embargo on Russian energy for Germany that means a recession full stop And bottom line for the Europeans and worldwide right now the price of energy is going higher This coming out of Saudi Arabia this morning prices are up for Asian customers Tom for European customers for U.S. customers prices are raced as well All oil prices for U.S. and Europe in the month of May that Saudi Aramco Tom out of Saudi Arabia in the last couple of years What else is it going to be I mean we're seeing it with food I saw some blurb over the weekend on Germany with food up as well You just wonder what it could be Look at the new headline coming out on a Lithuania downgrading diplomatic relations with Russia very sensitive there so close to Saint Peter's set this up for a really difficult back half of the year Jamie Dimon in the annual election we need to be talking about higher rates Tom softer growth persistently higher energy prices as well two K when does that fate I just I think the uncertainty you say the back half of the year I'm thinking back half of April On that back half of May let's get to the summer Q two starts I don't even think I can think about a summit just yet some features up attempt of 1% on the S&P Krishna mamani of Lafayette college coming up a little bit later on Bloomberg TV This is Bloomberg.

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"broadsky" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

06:05 min | 4 months ago

"broadsky" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

"I will say it has more of a smaller slider big so I think they were able to take advantage of those matchups and when that game and get to the elite 8 for the first time program history and I think the other thing to bring up with, create in those like most of these players are sophomores, you know, Lauren Jensen, who we all know her name from her game against Iowa, her former team. She's going to be back. And pretty much everyone in this roster is going to be back and I think they have a real chance to compete in the big east. Maybe not for the biggest championship because we all know that you can't win the biggest championship most years. But they have a chance to compete and maybe even get back to this point. I'd be surprised if they got back to elite 8, but sweet 16. Hey, I think that's there for them because the way they play is just extremely hard to prepare for because there's no set place, right? Like what I was saying. There's no set place. What happens when you're trying to scout these teams? In the torment, as you look at their set plays, you look at their ETFs, you look at their most of their half court sets and you look at how they defend and transition and all that stuff. You can see how you can attack them and see how they're going to attack you. What the team that doesn't run set plays, the thing you gotta tell your team is, well, you gotta just stick on people. And if you're not like South Carolina, who has athletes with length and speed at every single position can pressure the ball, it's really tough to guard them. It's just really, really tough. It's really tough to prepare for them. And it's hard to figure out how they're going to play against your read, right? Because they're just reading the defense rather than running a set play. So it's like almost understanding what am I showing them. And then what are they taking from it? And I think almost impossible to do with a one day turnaround. So yeah, I mean, I really, really just I really like creighton, hoping to Tatum Rambo. It's one of their seniors, Peyton Broadsky is another one. I came away really, really impressed with Tatum. She's a nice point guard. She runs the offense really well. She ends up with a lot of assist. They lead the country and assisted shot rate and assist a Turner of ratio. Which is amazing. But I just came away with really impressed by her as like a person and someone who has really great presence and can really dissect games right after they happen. I'm not sure most players do that or maybe they think a lot of players could do that. A lot of players don't do that. And I think she was just really cool. So it was cool to see her up close and see how she interacts with the team. And it will be sad that she's not there with this team next year, especially when they could take a next step. But we'll see we'll create an I'm just excited that I got to watch that offense. I really want to dig into them in the summer now that their season is over. Let's stick here and talk a little bit about Iowa state. It wasn't Iowa state's best game. To be honest, I don't think they played, particularly well, they shot 38% from the field. They were 8 of 25 from three, which is just how I would stay by basketball, Bill Finley has had them shooting well this year. He's put them in good positions to win. You know, I think they just had a bad night, ran into a team that was better than them. I think they got frustrated and trying to stop that offense and it rubbed off on their defense a little bit. I mean, I'm sorry. They rubbed off on their offense that they were having struggling on defense. So, you know, I think it's not something that we're going to take a ton away from going forward. I think the lesson is that they're going to, they are going to struggle with some teams that maybe are from obviously Koreans on mid major, but creighton is a smaller, major team, right? They are not, they don't have the size that a lot of these other teams have. I think I would say it's kind of struggled with that because even though they do have some nice size, their players aren't sturdy, right? They're not huge. So we'll see what happens with iOS. I think the big question for them right now is actually Jones coming back. I don't know, Ashley Jones, but I feel like there's a possibility that she will come back for another year. Iowa state obviously her sister is there. Obviously she's the best player in that school's history. I talked to some of the Iowa state media media folk shouts of Connor, Jeff, and Tommy, my guys, and they're in Dylan too. We want to make sure I mention all of them. And they're really plugged into the program. And they seem to think that she is coming back just because of her relationship with the school and the fact that she may want to accomplish more, I think with the sweet 16 is nice, but she may have more on her agenda and I'm not entirely positive about her as a first round pick ehler. So it may she may come back. And she comes back, hey, Iowa stay is going to be right back to where they were this year, which is close to the top of the big 12. And trying to get to the elite 8, which they probably felt like they should have been in this season, but creighton creating took that away from them. So yeah, well, we'll see what happens with the Iowa state. They're a good team. Shots Emily Ryan, Emily Ryan. Played her guts out. 40 minutes, 22 points, ten of 16 from the field to a 5 from three, in addition to all of this, she had 8 rebounds, 6 assists, one steal. Incredible game from her. Lexi, the nars gate had no less than stellar game and Ashley Jones were really struggled, but the defense was like totally keyed in on her. So not that surprising, but Emily Ryan went off. Absolutely went off. So I think everyone's coming back for Iowa state. Pretty sure..

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"broadsky" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

05:14 min | 5 months ago

"broadsky" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"You had those appearances or was it just kind of business as usual at that point? I mean, going into the game, it didn't feel different. I felt nervous as shit. I hadn't played a game since the shutdown. So my last game was March 10th and fast forward like three months or whatever it was and we're down three, one and they're like, all right, let's go. And I was just like, Jesus Christ. I don't even know how to handle this situation. I was like, you know what? I kind of had that fucking whatever. Mindset going into the first game and we ended up winning that game. I can't remember the score, but after that, I was, I was like, hey, I can't be a one off. I gotta do it again. You know, I don't want it to just be like, oh, you had one good game and then you shit the bed. Like I gotta do it again, and then we end up winning the game 6 there. And then I was like, fuck, I gotta do it again. I don't want it to be just two games. So I kind of just kept rolling and unfortunately we didn't get it done in game 7, but I think it definitely kind of, it made the decision hard for the organization, Mark, he was going into free agency. Had I not played those three games, who knows what the situation might look like right now. And it's crazy, you know, like I said, when I was talking about being a kid and just waiting for that one opportunity and taking advantage of it, like it's as simple as that. You know, I got lucky with an opportunity and I took the most of it. So I mean, all goes back to the shit sandwich that benning gave you. It all goes back to the fucking car service from Syracuse shit sandwich special. Yeah, that's right. It's almost similar in a way. Vancouver got lucky that you were able to kind of show them how good you were, whereas Florida, they hadn't really seen Spencer night yet and they give this monster deal to the Broadsky, and now it's kind of like, even though he's been great this year, it's tough. Mark Schumer got a huge deal from Vancouver, and then it would have been like, oh, we got this young stud. So lucky for them, you were able to show yourself and kind of light it up those three games would probably change the course of the organization in a way. Yeah, I mean, it was just, it's one of those things where I feel like this game is just all about opportunity and it's so unpredictable with how things are going to play out. So it's definitely, you know, the nickname bubble dump goes getting a little old for me. But, you know, it was definitely a huge, huge point in my career for sure. And wet. I mean, talking about the goalie situation. I think they kind of dealt with it with the longer and Schneider. They already fumbled fucked that one a little bit. Two really good goalie is tough to cut the handle. Exactly. Anything else RA? This has been awesome, dude. This has been awesome. But one of the best stories is you get robbed at gunpoint. It's all time, man. All the time. I want to go back to Kirk McLean. You were recently sporting the old retrograde of the skate logo from the 80s. I guess you guys are going to wear those jerseys soon. Whether that idea come from and also, that was a backplate on your mask too. You have the clip from the painting from him from the 94 series, right? Yeah. Yeah, I mean, it was, again, just trying to be unique and, you know, I'm a big history guy. You know, I love to pay homage to guys that have come before me and I have a huge respect for that type of thing. I always take pride in that kind of stuff and pay my respects. So I figure, you know, what's the best way I could do that with the skate Jersey and so I went on Google and you know I did the 1994 cup run when they ended up losing to New York there and it's literally a head to toe replica set. So the stick, the pads gloves, helmet, everything. And then yeah, I got the picture of him in London. On the back plate, which is a cool little touch too. Before we let you go, I see you got some mug shot to some artwork there. Frank Sinatra, you got up there. So we got on the bottom guy there is Elvis. And you got Jimi Hendrix. Sinatra and then park there on the top. Nice, nice. I love that. So wide range of kind of hit every genre there. Biz will have a mug shot at some point. You can frame that way. Come on. You mentioned you're a big hip hop fan. Have you seen the new Kanye documentary? Yeah, I saw the first epi. I watched it pretty much right when it came out. So I'm looking forward to the next couple that are going to be released here. I'm obsessed. I'm dialed in. All right, we're going to talk plenty about our next podcast. So I love it. I got to catch up. Well, Thatcher, such a humble guy. We really appreciate you coming on. It's awesome to see the success, a California goalie that's lighting up. And we really appreciate you taking the time to join the show. You got fans here now for the rest of your career. So thank you. Yeah, thanks for having me guys. Pleasure. Keep killing it, brother. All right, see you guys. Man, big thanks to DACA. Great kid, we enjoyed the hell out of talking to that. That story about his time in Utica absolutely bananas. Just some good stuff. Hopefully y'all enjoyed it. We do want to let you know that his interview is also brought to you by our friends at Roman swipes, guys..

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"broadsky" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:47 min | 6 months ago

"broadsky" Discussed on KOMO

"To the hospital after a man goes into the Fred Meyer store in Richland Washington and starts opening fire with a handgun police identified a person of interest and are looking for him but have not named him They say he is known to law enforcement both victims were white men The man who died was not a store employee but the person who was wounded was a Fred Meyer worker He said to be at a critical condition The Washington gambling commission rejected a request today to allow online sports betting and so called I gaming but as John lobert in reports that's just the beginning of this story In Washington legalized sports betting exists only in a tribal casino Everybody has apps on their phone but north binge Todd Sherman petitioned the state gambling commission We're going to miss out on 60 million in tax revenue this year alone and over a $1 billion over the next ten years Sure And abetting enthusiasts is pointing to recent successes in Arizona and Louisiana But vice chair Julia Patterson says the state isn't ready for the fallout We have a lot of evidence that indicates that it is conducive to some really damaging addictive behavior The petition was rejected citing the legislature's rule making authority commissioner Christine Reeves If the legislature ever decided to open this space I want to make sure that the commission is ready But nothing advanced to the state legislature that's going to roll the dice on I gaming or online gambling this year John libertini northwest news radio the places where the people who move our goods spend much of their time might soon be required to make sure there are restroom facilities for truck drivers House built 1706 would require ports to provide enough restrooms to accommodate drivers in a representative of Dan Broadsky says it now includes a requirement for sanitary private space with running water for mothers who need to express breast milk That's something he says is also missing without adequate restroom And that's a real shame If we value mothers to go out and work in an industry like this a great industry that's provides a sense of living wages the very least we could do is give them adequate facilities that are sanitary for them to go ahead and be able to take care of their kids How's transportation committee passed the bill with unanimous bipartisan support Should killers like Gary Ridgway be allowed to apply for early release from prison Senate Democrats and Olympia have passed a bill to do just that Machado was the prime spots are saying only those who have reformed themselves would be eligible for release But as Republican leader JT Wilcox thinks it's a bad idea It's almost beyond belief that the Democrats are willing to advance a bill that is good for a handful of the most penis criminals in the history of Washington A similar bill stalled in the house last session 7 34 traffic.

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"broadsky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:57 min | 6 months ago

"broadsky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Good morning and thank you socialist prime minister Antonio Costa has won Portugal's general election and will now have an absolute majority in parliament This means far left parties are no longer needed to back his budgets Costas as center left socialists took about 42% of the vote according to the government's election results website His party has pledged to budget discipline stability and higher household incomes as the country does look to recover from the pandemic Now the U.S. has reiterated its ready to hold talks with North Korea without preconditions This is after Kim Jong-un's regime fired an intermediate range of ballistic missile for the first time since 2017 the weapon is thought to have reached an altitude of more than 2000 kilometers flying for about a 30 minutes And U.S. senators are said to be nearing an agreement on a Russian sanctions bill that could include penalties even if Moscow does not send troops into Ukraine Foreign relations committee chair bob Mendez has says restrictions could be applied based on what the Kremlin has already done Meanwhile the UK is reportedly looking for ways to target the wealth of Russian oligarchs held in the London property market Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries This is Bloomberg Tom Thank you Let's stay with the latest on tensions around Ukraine and bring in our European correspondent Maria today who joins us from Brussels Maria more warnings over the weekend about the troop buildup the Russian troop bill that on that border with Ukraine where do things stand Well Tom we're looking at a situation that on paper has not really changed The United States say that this attack had happened any time now the Ukrainians of course they say that all of this is great and panic and that essentially they don't see anything that's different from the past 6 months And the Russians of course continued to deny that they will evade Ukraine But on Friday there was this report that really triggered alarm bells suggesting that the Russian military is now sending not just weapons and military equipment but also medical supplies and blood for of course analysts the monitor and track very seriously and closely the combat readiness of the Russian army they argue that this is a crucial step that they're now doing by sending those medical supplies and keyser's casualties in fighting So of course all of this triggering a lot of nervousness about whether or not Russia is intending on attacking Ukraine soon again I just want to stress of course that Russia says they have no intention of doing this And the problem here is the west not just Russia Okay But there is diplomacy going on today and the idea of beefing up sanctions against Russia both in the U.S. and the UK how does Ukraine whether the economic instability also that is caused by this Yes and that's a two question that of course when you look at Russia we're looking as you said potential sanctions that could even kick in before there's an attack that would trigger and hit every industry in the country It would stop the Russian banks from clearing in dollars and it would also go after the oligarchs are very close to Vladimir Putin But it could also affect the Ukrainian economy We're seeing a lot of instability already and all of this war talk of course that's a huge impact on the economy the risk perception of the country and this is why the Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky on Friday said at this point we feel we need from three to €4 billion to fix the damage that's already been done and that's before an attack Today the European Union is sending commissioner Valdez and Broadsky's to explain their €1.2 billion package for Ukraine Of course the big question is whether this is just a rehash of old money or it's actually new money for Ukraine but for Ukrainians of course you could argue a lot of the damage has already been done Maria there was an intriguing piece in the Financial Times over the weekend about German and French anxiety about the levels that the UK is going to to support Ukraine taking a lead It would be some way of describing it in that military and diplomatic support I wonder if you have views on that or you're able to unpack that for us and then give us the time frame in terms of the diplomatic activity you're looking at for this week Yeah and Tom you know that's a very good point because we have seen this week as a very very active UK on the international scene We know that the foreign secretary is going to Ukraine this week on the weekend Boris Johnson in the prime minister said that the UK would be considering or would consider to send in more military equipment to help Ukraine So this is a very loud voice that is really merging over the past few weeks for the Europeans of course they get argued a lot of this is cynical because we know the UK government domestically under a lot of pressure So what they want to do is diverge and turn the attention but having said that these moves are very welcomed by Eastern European countries They actually say the UK's taken a lead in a space where perhaps the French and the Germans should be doing more so it's funny to see how this has perceived in Berlin and Paris in a way that perhaps is cynical or actually notes that the UK's only doing this to act like the good guy by reality I think is changing but the eastern Europeans they actually say this tone is very much welcomed Yeah although interesting also to note that The Guardian and the times over the weekend were poking holes in this kind of added pressure by the UK because actually Britain and the current government didn't really respond to the Russian money investigation launched in 2020 the results of that the real concerns about Russian cash in London property and businesses So yeah various views on what the UK is and isn't doing Maria thank you so much for being with us Our European correspondent.

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"broadsky" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

05:22 min | 9 months ago

"broadsky" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"By Olivia bee waxman. When the roots of modern day polyamory, sexual freedom and free love are discussed, they're often traced back to the 1960s, the era of hippies, the movement for queer rights and the sexual revolution. But in the U.S., those ideas are a century older still, back to the life and legacy of Victoria woodhull, who, in the 1870s, was advocating for people to have the rights to love who they loved without interference from the government. She was probably the most famous woman in America at the time, says Michael bronsky, author of a queer history of the United States and Professor of the practice in media and activism at Harvard University. Woodhull was a stockbroker and newspaper publisher best known for being the first woman to testify before a U.S. House committee in 1871 in favor of women's suffrage and as the newly formed equal rights party's first candidate for president in 1872. Woodhull lost to Ulysses S. Grant, but her party's ideas have in many senses lived on. Woodhull and activists formed the equal rights party as a kind of People's Party to challenge the fact that women couldn't vote and to raise awareness of social issues from labor union rights to Temperance, according to Lisa tetrault, the myth of Seneca falls, memory and the women's suffrage movement, 1848 to 1898. Woodhull's platform was also inspired by aspects of the free love movement, a grassroots movement that believed the state had no right to dictate how people led their personal lives around romance and sexuality, according to Broadsky. Utopian socialist and philosopher John Humphrey noise has been credited with coming up with the term free love in 1848 and for starting a swinger's community in upstate New York, one of several communal living experiments that cropped up nationwide in the mid 1800s as a reaction to the industrial revolutions emphasis on capitalism. Woodhull learned about the movement from Stephen pearl Andrews, a writer for woodhull's newspaper woodhull and claflin's weekly. She was heterosexual, but the movement's ideas appealed to her as someone who had been divorced, woodhull would marry three times in her lifetime. This was considered scandalous at the time for a woman, let alone one in the public eye. She was married by the time she was a teenager to a man who was significantly older than her. It wasn't a good marriage by any means, says Terry Feynman associate professor in the school of journalism and mass communications at the University of Kansas and the author of the book press portrayals of women politicians 1870s to 2000s. She felt it was really unfair that men could go around and have affairs. It was considered just part of society, while women had no other choices. Woodhull explained what free love meant to her in her most famous speech and the truth shall make you free a speech on the principles of social freedom, which took place November 20th, 1871 in front of a crowd of 3000 people at steinway hall in New York City. She said, yes, I am a free lover. I have an inalienable constitutional and natural right to love whom I May to love as long or as short a period as I can to change that love every day if I please, and with that, right neither you nor any law you can frame have any right to interfere. And I have the further right to demand a free and unrestricted exercise of that right, and it is your duty not only to accord it, but as a community to see I am protected in it. I trust that I am fully understood for I mean just that and nothing else. Now such a position was controversial as you might expect and 1872 Thomas nast cartoon dubbed woodhull, misses Satan, parroting the pushback from conservatives. The press wrote that her ideas were preposterous and revoltingly indecent and nasty. And so she got a very strong lashing for having these kinds of liberal open views as far as marriage and sexuality says Feynman. What hall died in 1927 at the age of 88, and while the free love movement doesn't boast concrete policy accomplishments, it did succeed in starting a conversation. It was enormously effective in terms of getting people to think and talk about these issues. They set the stage for a new way to think about ideas of personal freedom and what people were allowed to do in their personal lives. Scholars say woodhull's 1870s vision of personal freedom is universal and can be applied more broadly to a range of issues. I have students ask me, did woodhull advocate for gay rights back then, says Feynman? The general theme of what she was saying is still very applicable today as far as who is anybody else to judge my love life and who I want to spend time with..

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"broadsky" Discussed on Unladylike

Unladylike

07:13 min | 9 months ago

"broadsky" Discussed on Unladylike

"California just became the first state to outlaw stealthing or the removal of a condom without consent during sex. The law signed by governor Newsom yesterday makes it illegal for someone to remove a condom without their partner's verbal consent. The offense is now added to the state's civil definition of sexual battery, meaning victims can sue their perpetrators. Lawmakers say women and gay men are increasingly victims of stealthing. Ladies. I've had enough. Hey y'all and welcome to on ladylike. I'm Caroline. I'm Kristen. In October, California made major news by becoming the first U.S. state to make stealthing illegal. And if stealthing or nonconsensual condom removal is also news to you, you're not alone. Until today's guest sounded the alarm about it, stealthing was a type of sexual consent violation that happened, but no one really knew exactly how to talk or feel about it. Basically, two people agree to have sex, they agree to have sex with a condom. And then part of the way through that sacks, one of the people removes the condom without asking for consent to do so without getting that consent. And so the sex transforms from something that was initially consensual into something that's not consensual. Alexander Broadsky is a civil rights attorney and the author of the new book, sexual justice, supporting victims, ensuring due process, and resisting the conservative backlash. Alexandra first began envisioning what sexual justice were stealthing could look like when she was still a student in law school. Because let's just think about the stakes for a second. Condoms are supposed to make sex safer and more pleasurable. But imagine discovering that someone deceived you. Mid intercourse and took the condom off. So on top of being lied to, you're also wondering whether you contracted an STI and or could be pregnant. Obviously, it's wrong. But wrong enough to hold someone legally responsible for stealthing since it doesn't neatly fit our definitions of sexual violence. In law school, Alexandra wrote a paper for a class outlining the possible legal responses to stealthing. She then submitted the paper to a prestigious law journal, and what happened from there still mystifies her. The paper ended up attracting quite a bit of media, coverage, which is to this day, pretty shocking to me that is not a common occurrence for legal scholarship, not what happens in most law school papers. But, you know, my best explanation for it is that a lot of people have had this experience and thought that they were the only one. And hearing that this is something that had happened to other people and that there might be a legal framework for addressing it was a form of affirmation. Almost immediately, Alexandra's paper had real world global ripple effects. There's the new anti selfing law in California, and a territory in Australia just enacted a similar statute. Courts in Germany, Canada, the UK and New Zealand have also since ruled that stealthing is a criminal offense. More importantly, to Alexandra, it gave survivors the language to name the kind of sexual violence that they had experienced. So today, Alexandra shares what she learned about stell thing, why it's taken so long for the law to catch up to it, and how expanding our legal definitions of sexual violence can help change our culture of consent. Alexandra's pursuit of sexual justice started when she was a freshman at Yale. A guy she thought was a friend tried to rape her. She reported it to the school and Yale tried to cover it up. A couple years later, Alexandra was part of a group of students and alumni, who filed a title 9 complaint against Yale for its mishandling of cases like hers. Those experiences led Alexandra to cofound the organization know your 9. Now, you might have heard us mention no you're 9 on the show before because it is such an incredible resource. It provides education and support to help students across the country assert their rights when it comes to sexual violence on campus. It was through no year 9 and conversations with other students that Alexander first heard stories about guys agreeing to have sex with a condom on, and then secretly taking it off during the act. I was working with lots of survivors across the country and hearing about all kinds of different forms of sexual violence that don't look like the Law & Order SVU version of a stranger jumping out of the bushes. Non consensual condom removal is sort of a really common form of sexual violence that is always going to happen in the context of otherwise or original and consensual sex, that is going to attract a lot of biases and rape myths. And as a result, was so under discussed and the law wasn't really designed to address it. The law is designed to address a stranger rape with a weapon, that results in physical injuries and lots of physical evidence. In 2013, Alexandra started law school, hoping to figure out that conundrum, how could the law address sexual harm that doesn't fit the SVU stereotype? That's stuck in Alexandria's head all the way to final semester when she decided to write a paper about non consensual condom removal and its legal implications. The central question she set out to answer was whether existing law could be applied to stealthing, and if not, what kind of new law would. First, Alexandria needed to find out more about the act itself, but she didn't have much to go on. In 2016, not very long ago, there was virtually no research about nonconsensual condom removal, how common it is, its impact on victims, nothing. Most of the folks who were talking about it were the cisgender men bragging about doing it and trading how two tips on message boards. A lot of the ways that people I don't know engaged in promoting non consensual condom removal talked about it really were deeply gender. You know, it's about man's right to spread his seed. So for me, this is why it makes sense to think about non consensual condom removal as part of a range of forms of sexual violence because so much of it ultimately comes down to asserting power, asserting dominance. Over a person who you're really called for in that moment to have unique care for a unique respect for. But the key piece of Alexander's research.

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"broadsky" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

04:43 min | 10 months ago

"broadsky" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"You're not going to make it. Don't get a fucking proper job, but they do and they write some songs and they can play a local venue and two people turn up and interview this band, the ghost inside. They used to tell me they said they used to go to a show 15 people would be there and they knew they had to sell three shirts so they could afford the gas to get to the next one. But they said they would tell a few more people when they would tell a few more people and eventually they'd get a hundred people short a thousand people to show. If you stick to your guns and you're authentic, you might start with an audience of one, and that becomes 5 50, a hundred and then you have your thousand subscribers and you're running 100,000. That's right. And I have found the other thing with it is even though my Twitter following is not nearly as impressive as yours. But I do have certain people who follow me who have huge Twitter followings. And they often will amplify certain messages. So this is why I've been valuing Twitter more lately because I actually have the opportunity to reach more people. And the reason those people do it, I think, is because they want to support somebody when they are speaking up against something, you know? Yeah, so I think that's an important thing too. So let me ask you a question. Final question. Please. Why do people vote for Trump? Well, there's many reasons. You don't have to answer it. I can, but there's many reasons, I think. I think that's the biggest thing. Is somebody going to go into a whole list of reasons or they're going to see that whole group of people is just this one thing? Well, I trust people who look for no ones. And I was trying to do it myself and I failed repeatedly. Even this morning I was a bit of a shit to Mark Cuban tweeting about him. I built a straw man. I want to steal a man and silk man. There's another term that said, I've never even heard of a soap. It's this guy, I wish I remembered his name right now. Angel is his first name, but he's created this thing called the silk man argument. I really like how he approaches things. I got to read that. Looks great to get to know you. It's great to meet you. Thanks for coming and hanging out with the bitcoiners. I think you will find a captive audience in there for somebody who work. I do love your writing. Please tell people where they can find you. Well, thank you, first of all, very much. And now that I'm part of the cult, you know, I feel you in. Yeah, I'm in. And in terms of where people can find me. So I'm mysterious cat Kat, not CAT. On Twitter, I also still never go by the name cat, just FYI. 'cause I'm a dog person. And also you can find my link to my sob stack on my Twitter, but it's either Catherine Broadsky dot substack dot com or a random minds dot substack dot com..

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"broadsky" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

05:31 min | 10 months ago

"broadsky" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"I mean, buchu gras, I think he's been doing a great job so far ESPN. He was just he did a perfect job of explaining the chaos that was going on the ice like block shot, block shot, like he was just going bananas because it was what was going on the ice. It was a fantastic game man. It was highly entertaining. Detroit's one of these teams that, you know, nobody gave much of a shot at. They played with a lot of spunk, a lot of fire this year, but we're on the pants right now. They keep rolling along biz 8 oh and one, 17 points it leads the league. They've only lost one game and that was a shootout to Boston on Saturday. By the way, both teams did on our up pal Jimmy Hayes before the game. The bruins had hazy shirts on Panthers had Broadway shirts on that was nice to see. But the story in Florida same thing in Carolina gets gold tenon, but Broadsky 6 one 8 one goals against 9 to four four three percentage and spent tonight's only been in a couple games, but one 9 5 goals against 9 two 9 save percentage. And again, some of the Carolina they have big guns getting it done but back off ekblad has been a huge return for Florida. So let's go to your biz. I mean, doing what he's done off of injuries amazing. I know we've talked about them since our preview in knowing that this team was going to be at the top of the division competing with what we thought was going to be the lightning, but this has been a wacky start to the season, but just contributions from everyone. And there are some rumblings right now and not to take anything away from the team that torts might be the guy to take over. Now, have you got, have you guys heard that? Caught win. I want to say even Kevin weeks might have touched on it. He tweeted it the night that grenville lost his job. I don't know if he meant like talking later down the line or as the interim, but I mean, obviously they brought him brunette, but obviously we'll keep our eyes. Yeah. And part of me what makes me question it and I think torts is definitely the type of guy that you could bring in midseason that could take on that type of role. But it would concern me in the fact that you're starting goalie who's had all this success and who did have some success on her torts. I don't know exactly how that relationship was left and do you think it would maybe mess with with barrows, he's had a little bit. And this isn't stirring up any rumors as to the reputation. I just don't know how long that they got along towards the end. And how much animosity there might have been at the fact that he left for the dough. And on top of that, I think to declare like them a bit, but he was definitely getting the playing time that he's getting now and declares finally found this home that he enjoys where, you know, he wasn't able to really find it anywhere else. He did have that early success with the coyotes. I think he had a 20 goal season. But what he's doing in Chicago folks, he's completely he's completely rejuvenated his career. So I don't know what that type of adding that type of coach. How much that would shake up, not only those few guys, but the entire group. And it seems like this guy who brunette, who's taken over, probably has a pretty good pulse on the group. And the fact that he's been there, you know, for however long he has and really knows the Feng Shui so to speak of the group. Is that a good point? Much like hurricanes being the best in the league or what? Yeah, I feel like, you know, cross me to the avalanche and towards didn't get the Florida job 'cause we're offset, no. It's your own fucking fire tonight, buddy. You know what? It's a really good. It is a really good point, though, in terms of like, there's one side of me that thinks towards could be the perfect guy to come in because this is like a, I'm not going to say a veteran team, but it's a team that they got some leaders who've been there a little bit. You know, Hoover to a bar called backpack. They've been there quite a while now. The team's really kind of finally turned to page for clicks one on the top teams in the league. So it's not like torts is gonna have to completely change how the team's playing, right? He can come in and fix a broken team. He doesn't need to fix anything. He just needs to come in and keep this train rolling. And then the other side and what you say is declares like, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, but bro, he's like, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. And in the end, maybe that could be a killer. Now they still have Spencer night who most people thought would end up being the starting goalie, but I think in the end tort will make him a starting goal. Towards could be a good coach for this team. It's like at the beginning, it's always great with them. It's later on when guys are like, I can't stand this mean person anymore, yelling at me all the time, telling me I stink. Now keep in mind though. You say like just come on in and keep it running till like there's a couple bad games in a couple bad turnovers and next thing, you know a vein pops on his forehead and you hear a torts postgame press conference where he goes on a ten minute rant. And I know that he has a barcode and what are you doing dude? What I respect about torch is you could tell from when he originally started till when he finished with the job in Columbus. It seems as a thought he definitely toned her down. Progressively, where he wasn't the same old torts where he was snapping as much of what I told him. You got to relax. Yeah, the blood pressure was a little high. I would just find it not humorous for Florida, but from an entertainment perspective, if all of a sudden they hired torts and then they'll be ends up with an 800 save percentage. You know? Yeah. It's gotta be in the back of their minds or the back of all of our minds from the fandom perspective. 6 more years of Broadsky, right? My question is so brunette takes over his head coach and any coach you bring in is not coaching currently, okay? So why not just give brunette ten games? Well, that's the intern tag. That's kind of I think that's probably what they're doing..

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"broadsky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:57 min | 10 months ago

"broadsky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Have reached a truce on steel and aluminum aluminum removing tariffs on as much as $10 billion of exports each year The suspension will last for two years during which the parties will work towards a broader global deal that would penalize countries not meeting low carbon targets for production of the metals joining us now is valdes strong gross guest European trade commissioner who joins us for an exclusive interview Valdez Broadsky's commissioner Thank you very much for joining us So really interesting to see that you've managed to do this deal between the EU and the U.S. to reduce the level of terrorist imposed And how do you make sure that these deals you put in place are resilient to future political change in the United States or in D perhaps in Europe Are they always going to be at risk from a change of U.S. political leadership Well first of all it must be said that by the operation in place we have managed already to do quite a bit in terms of launching the transatlantic relationship We grounded Airbus Boeing dispute we launched a trade and technology council We now have an agreement on steel and aluminium So that is a positive momentum Here more conversations like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bluebird mobile app Or check your local cable listings Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day As Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick take This is a Bloomberg business lash And I'm Karen Moscow and U.S. stock index futures are lower this morning European stocks falling as earning earnings driven rallies stalls We checked the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day On Bloomberg S&P futures down four points now features down 20 NASDAQ futures.

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"broadsky" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

05:09 min | 10 months ago

"broadsky" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"I'll give you, I'll give you one thing. I've been really interested in so far. The Florida Panthers. I don't know if there was a team that I was more curious to watch heading into the season because they just sort of subverted my expectations more than when anyone really last year where I didn't know what to expect from them and they were fantastic all across the board basically every player they brought into their lineup immediately improved and started playing at career high levels and paces. And it was only 56 games so you didn't necessarily want to go too crazy about it. I wanted to see more of this year. And so far, there are 5 they have a plus 13 goal differential. They're outscoring teams 14 to four or 5.5. They've only trailed for like 17 minutes or something total this season. And they've done it by beating Pittsburgh Tampa Bay, the islander is the avalanche and the flyers on the road. And I know some of those teams have dealt with injuries that weren't necessarily but that's a pretty decent sampling of top teams, especially out east that they're probably going to have to go through at some point this postseason. And so whether it's Bob Ross, you answering a lot of questions so far in terms of turning back the clock and looking like a top goalie that he once was sort of their depth all the way throughout the lineup. They've been fantastic. And I just can't get enough of watching this team. I love what I'm seeing from the Panthers right now. And I think not nearly enough people are talking about them because they are the Florida banters. Well, an organizationally, there is reasons to question them, right? Just because they took a step last year, you know, when they made some more decisions, they gave us some big contracts in the summer. I think there's just worry sometimes that was last season of mirage. It was a shortened season, you know, maybe if you guys have career years that they can't replicate it. And, you know, it's been a pretty strong statement as you're highlighting there so far. Now and look, they're introducing Spencer night. He's played well, you know, but Broadsky's held up the fort after, you know, not too great seasons there, you know, after signing his big free agent contract. And so it's hard to poke any holes in what they're doing. You know, I saw a few people speaking of picks. I saw a few people picked him as a surprise Stanley Cup candidate and two weeks later. Maybe starting to look not so crazy for some of our colleagues out there. And so I'm with you. Bill zito and you know the front officer has really had a lot of hit. They've taken what I would have viewed as some chances on players, but you know, it all seems to fit together nicely and I think getting barkov locked up to is just a huge foundational piece for their team and maybe they'll be able to finally kind of get some traction in that market..

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