25 Burst results for "Camby"

"camby" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

03:24 min | 2 months ago

"camby" Discussed on The Lead

"And being their basketball coach, but also just being there for them. And we Becky has talked about is that she wasn't sure if it was like, I think the quote she said was like, you know, my girls are really loose. I don't know if that's a good thing, or if that's bad thing. But I like it. And I think for her, it was just letting them be themselves. And not trying to live better term, just do too much. So let them be themselves and trusting in them. And can you remind us what exactly its team accomplished during the regular season? Yeah, so the aces finished ties to the best record in the league and they had a tie breaker with Chicago to get the number one seed and they won the commissioner's cup. Man, we got the cup. Oh my goodness, this is a great feeling, but we're not done yet. And then they had four all stars. On their team, the most of the league was Asia Wilson and adria camby Kelsey plum and Jackie young were the four all stars. Plum, just capping off an already strong night. Pulls up. Oh, the four point shot logo to seal the game. She wins MVP. I do a little dance to celebrate. Age of one, her second MVP, she won defensive player of the year. Kelsey was third in MVP voting. Jackie got most improved player. So the team just had accolades on top of accolades. Coming into the playoffs. Well, this team more or less steamrolled its way through to the finals and after getting blown out in game three, they just came back and closed things out on Sunday in game four. Chris, what stood out to you about their performance in that clinching game? I think the game was like a perfect example of what Becky had been talking about throughout the season. She always said, we need them to choose each other and show it in that game to where

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"camby" Discussed on 1 MORE STRONG-CAST with GODZOLA

1 MORE STRONG-CAST with GODZOLA

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"camby" Discussed on 1 MORE STRONG-CAST with GODZOLA

"Of now there's no opportunity to make a solid living at this. You know the only person that's really making any money in my weight class would be would be camby cam. You just been dominating everything you know. Twelve granted. Asm couple of grand for some some records and then ten grand for clash. you know. that's something but that is not a. That's not like living. You know that's a really good bonus for a hobby that we all love and who wouldn't want to win ten thousand dollars right. And i mean i still want to be the best one. Five kilograms strongman ever. That's still my goal whether that happens now or maybe never but the pursuit of that makes me happy. And i believe it makes me a lot of who i am I've struggled with identity issues to thinking. Like what am i without strongman one of my if i up and decide to really quit and the truth is i'm so my cognitive at the end of the day we're all our own individual people and we all have great things off to the world and damn i really like lifting heavy ship at three my head off and slap people in the face of do a nose. Torque go nuts like other. I love you said it because that's kind of just it with me a little bit too because i feel that now the last year is that even people who are outside of the sport they know me as i do strongman. People i don't talk to but a few times a year in passing eighth. You compete with showed you do it. And that's that's all. I did for the last better part of five years and i think that's what scares we. If i walk away help quickly does that fade away from who to who i wha still who. I am inside. They like that. But that's such a big part of me for for so many years i feel. It's kinda hard.

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"camby" Discussed on Premium Hoops

Premium Hoops

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"camby" Discussed on Premium Hoops

"And i get it but still got. Who's twenty one a lot of time to improve. I think the biggest thing thunder fans and just some media. I've thunder media for talked about is really just consistency this year. Like this is your third year. It d- franchise is gonna have to make a decision soon. very rarely descent prestige enter into the fourth year without extending a guy So i think that's the biggest thing is just for him as a consistency as of right now. Snow in league. I'm to take his job or he's really even competing with other than jr east. I think he he camby's like he doesn't have to worry about like. Oh i make a mistake. Like i'm gonna be out the rotation tomorrow however right now with what eight guards if feels like. Yeah no definitely And i think the other things that would help him again. It's gonna be tough. Because i just don't really know what to take from the thunder defensively. I wanna wait like two or three weeks. I know that's gonna look like but And especially to like asking them to you know guard. The jazz in game one is is a lot but You know i think him. Just increasing activity He wasn't like active defensively. Like i feel like you actually see the most like thinking too much on defense in some ways like especially like there are a lot of opportunities where i think he really could be good weak side rim-protector but it's just like because the guard is blown by so bad he's like well. Should i get out of the way and like go do something here or like you. Just get caught up a lot. And i think if the team shells like a little bit better this year out. Really help him with figuring that out. But we'll see on that end regardless. I'm very excited for basis. You're him plenty of times throughout the year With door though like you mentioned with the body control. I really wanna see that improve..

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"camby" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"camby" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Your sent is free of charge so if you need the information we'll be giving the website and the phone number out later. Please make sure to shut that down. And if you need it please refer to that. What kind of an event is purple. Said you touched on it a little bit but maybe you can go into a little bit more. Pink and purple. Straight is the five k. Walk okay people have asked to showcase. We can't do the five k. Can we can do this. Can we do that. As far as we're concerned bringing awareness is most important thing without awareness. We can't express what this diseases and horrific camby. Certainly it's a. It's it's a five k. Walk you can walk. Bring a stroller bringing wheelchair. We're friendly bring a wagon. just join us. As there's an event that we are going to be out there expressing the awareness of what we can do to improve with this disease needs to do is to find an early detection right and for those of you that are familiar with our purple sides and the past. We've had a timed walk run arm. Starting next year there will be no timed event. There would just be a five k. Walk who attends purple tights. Great that's something good to share. Because we i'd love for everybody. Not just certain individuals certain people that are capable of doing it but all the survivors families caregivers researchers supporters they all come together honor everyone affected by the disease and i know sometimes we even have people that really don't have a connection and those always touched me a little bit as well because i always wonder. Why are they there. Have you ever. has anybody ever expressed to you. That maybe didn't have a connection why they're getting involved with with it. I think possibly because maybe they have had some back exposure to to something that they feel. Maybe strongly wanna get involved perhaps as grim in the saddest diseases. Maybe they feel that their contribution is helping progress..

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"camby" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"camby" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Please make sure to shut that down. And if you need it please refer to that. What kind of an event is purple. Said you touched on it a little bit but maybe you can go into a little bit more. Pink and purple. Straight is the five k. Walk okay people have asked to okay. We can't do the five k. Can we can do this. Can we do that. As far as we're concerned bringing the war and as most important thing without awareness we can't express what this diseases and how horrific camby certainly. It's it's a. It's a five k. Walk you can walk. Bring a stroller bringing wheelchair. We're friendly bring a wagon. Just join us isn't event that we are going to be out there expressing the awareness of what we can do to improve with this disease needs to do is to find an early detection right and for those of you that are familiar with our purple sides and the past. We've had a timed walk. Run the show. I'm starting next year. There will be no timed event. There will just be a five k. Walk who attends purple strides great. That's something good to share. Because we i'd love for everybody. Not just certain individuals certain people that are capable of doing it but all the survivors the families caregivers researchers supporters. They all come together honor. Everyone affected by the disease. And i know sometimes we even have people that really don't have a connection and those always touched me a little bit as well. Because i always wonder. Why are they there. have you ever. Has anybody ever expressed to you. That maybe didn't have a connection why they're getting involved with with it. I think possibly because maybe they have had some back exposure to to something that they feel. Maybe strongly wanna get involved perhaps as grim in the saddest diseases. Maybe they feel that their contribution is helping progress. The finding of how to put this deceased to rest very true is it..

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"camby" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"camby" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"That's the other thing is if he doesn't okay so you can't really coax him with rewards then maybe punish him with Water balloons. you'll just have to go. Full assault with water balloons. Pack one up instead of one with water. One was shampoo conditioner. That's a good mouth just every day as soon as as soon as you wake up here just go in there and you just hit them with them way to wake up to right no alarm just morning dude bam bam and then he's clean. Yeah yeah oh. God that's beautiful. Okay all right well. I feel like we have rinsed out all of the obstacles and were ready for the next segment which is a new segments. It's called product placement Vac we are in the segment really view. Wow okay yeah yeah. You're very welcome. And this is where. I have chosen. Three products from amazon f- randomly and there are going to be three different scenarios. And you get to choose which product you're going to place in the scenario to make it better the best scenario camby okay. I getting it all right. Let's these products we've got. I've got a link in case we need any visual aids. But we've got the pot rama electric flopping fish of a classic. It's ten ten in. I was gonna say ten feet five inches cabinets lately fish. And it's a moving cat kicker fish toy so just the okay. Automated flopping fish. I love it beautiful. All right the next one. The beckham hotel collection bed pillows for sleeping perfect okay Then we've got the aqua forno portable barbecue and smoker and firepit and oven. It's an all in y all in one by aquaphor now aqua water so i don't know why that word is in there but hey why wouldn't be people were those those friars everyone's getting. Oh the air fryer hours. And i'm like don't understand how their oven works like it's an air fryer fries..

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"camby" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show

Sekeres & Price Show

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"camby" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show

"No jesse. Click spectacularly wrong mayor wrong ville wrong. It'll be than the people at twelfth and camby right. now he will be. It'll be It'll be an unbelievable success if they have. They a half grey cup. That would that would be an unmitigated success here. I've got a ben in poco. Tell me i'm wrong is disgusting. Cheering for healthcare workers. Us out of hospitals has been replaced by protesting against public health measures outside of hospitals just terrible scenes hospitals today with antibac- sers sending doctors nurses and tears into the workplace blocking ambulances while blocking ambulances in. It's made its way into town here to how in berar if you're blocking if you're blocking ambulance have a word with these Impediments to public health anyway now their literal impediments before they now another standing in the way of healthcare. I mean i don't know what kind of a degenerate you have to be to block an ambulance to mention. That should be a. You're going to jail for a while offense not to mention the very evidence of vaccines working are on the other side of the hospital wall. Where eighty five percent of the people in there are unvaccinated in the covert awards perspective. Very evidence that you need is on the other side of the wall. And you're still out there. Protesting i I have a proposal for any party brave enough to pick it up in the federal election campaign hiding all the vaccine in the middle of stanley park behind the coyote. That's they should have the protest. That's my platform so the only vaccine you wanna block ambulances and all that you wanna boo healthcare workers. We will give you the freedom of choice. You some your buzzwords here freedom of choice to choose the healthcare of your liking. Guess what you hand back your healthcare and get to pay for it. Sure yeah you revoke your right.

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"camby" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"camby" Discussed on Uncommon

"Hod and I think i saw sobe more potential being on the business side and Made up to work across multiple things. Big dedicates just being advice. By for example run ikea. Yeah i can see that. It may be like an element of your personality. Like do you find that your obviously your when you talk about relationships you must be so. Would you say you're a extrovert or sort of ambi. Voted ambi voted. I that recently. I i would say yeah camby Love being around people when it and being around passionate people and my work was always in the family business in marketing and hottest relations when i yeah a little bit sorry element of being extroverted watch. I would say like. I needed with the the party Happy to stay a big tide of behind the scenes and be intimidated would be versus. How beatrice Speaking my mind whenever someone asks me nasty tactical a you like g like olga. A you a very conscientious type. Person ordered chaos. I would say yeah. There's a there's a method head. But i'm not like anal. Everything needs to be done. Like the eighth Perfect it's a little bit like white. Gop gosh it just hit the ground running. Yeah but you've obviously got like i'm guessing you've got a cause. The difference between a real true creative is someone who needs time and spicer get completely lost in that creative experience whereas someone who i find often is a business. Founder has a combination of both the often creative credit enough to think openly about something in iran denied problem and solve the problem but there they also like order and things being In some ways maybe they have like a really stringent calendar or. There's always a combination of that thing so today there's definitely definitely that i do a bit funny sometimes like kind of thinking ahead. Mike about working on a project or potential idea.

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"camby" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"camby" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"camby" Discussed on UX Podcast

UX Podcast

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"camby" Discussed on UX Podcast

"And then you were talking about. We need to blow up the notions of how we create digital experiences and blow up our user interfaces and when you said that i was thinking that probably means when up our user interface. It means that we bring it down to component. Yeah but i wasn't sure. Yeah no that's right. That's that's essentially. Probably where i was hinting at things in twenty thirteen even Whenever we are talking about responsive design. That's what led to one of. My first projects was was called. This is responsive which was a collection of responsive design patterns. Because as i was getting into all of this in in twenty ten and all of that we are creating. These experiences in the whole page isn't a problem it everything. All the different components of that are sort of uniquely challenging camby uniquely challenging on some things like tax. Just kinda wraps to the next line. So you don't even really have to do anything to that. So it's like okay. So that's not the issue but the issue is things like you know navigation patterns and things like you know tabs and accordions data tables and all of that stuff and so that's what sort of it was really through that responsive design lens that sort of led me to start breaking things down into components and to It has started focusing on them as isolated chunks of it. you know. They're worlds ad that has stopped so so it basically. That's what i feel like. Yeah again since the last time i talked to you. That's more or less what i've been fully committed to has been sort of growing those ideas executing those with a bunch of different clients Working in all manner of different tech stacks and technologies and all that stuff Handling of bunch of different things but the gist of it remains is. It's like how you create your own set of components that sort of help solve whatever user interface problems that your organization needs to solve. And how do you do that in such a way. That team number one team number two team number seventeen are all labeled Use the same stuff but also again. There's there's so many nuances and other sort of challenges. We've done a bunch of multi-brand one so like theme -able design system. So how do you make it. So that these Whatever clients six hundred brands. How can you sort of flow their distinct brands through the same underlying life. Yeah six hundred. Okay pfizer yeah. They're they're big. They're big company. And i can't take credit for developing kovacs but we did help work those boats..

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"camby" Discussed on The SaaS Revolution Show

The SaaS Revolution Show

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"camby" Discussed on The SaaS Revolution Show

"We're going to break this tomorrow. We're going to this. I was involved in every single decision on pixels positions of buttons etc and it was extremely annoying for the team to work with me. Because i was micromanaging. And i thank god. I learned that i'm actually quite thankful now for having sold wunderlist because now i can avoid making the same mistakes I still think m Involved on on on product topics at an obsessive level. I guess but. I think also that that's part of my success story like i can't remove myself i will always want to be involved in an product And yeah i think we everything we're doing is is very much driven by trying to build an awesome company would say it's now even more important foster did a great culture than a great product We we pride ourselves with having an everage a five star rating on less door We really try to give as much as tom. Autonomy as we can to our to our team members and That is that is a fundamental difference between first and second company. Picking up new imagining that you'll see a end head of products right. I understand when you started a business annually Found is somebody needs to be ceo. You've chosen that that role at often the might that the camby the festival at product. So they could be the one leading sales so but at some point they do the jewel rose. They gonna have to give it often. You get somebody else Sky was as the company scales right and that you'll your intention giving it like how much you love sort of products. You feel that you'll have to let go being head of products soon. H that's a great question. Because i'm actually going through that process of self reflection right now as we speak. I think part of the secret sauce behind our founding team is that we deeply trust each other. I mentioned vanessa. Earlier michael fund. Who handles all people related. Topics like recruiting and retaining talent. I don't get involved with her work very much. And she does an outstanding job on that My cto etem. He's incredible like i don't view any line of code ever it's not my job but i might co-founders i think also deeply trust my instinct. My instinct on instinct on product decisions also marketing decisions. I think i just. I have good instincts like i'm an instinct driven founder. And i think if you also invest in companies as an as an angel investor always try to find founders that are truly seemed to have a great instinct bear market for beer industry..

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"camby" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"camby" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"It is why it's considered one of the largest advanced wastewater treatment centers in the world. It uses a process called thermal hydrolysis to turn what gets flushed down the toilet into bloom and it's essentially a big pressure cooker and that is the key to getting a lot of gas production and very very high quality bile salts proc coming out of the bottom the technology which can also reduce the volume of waste by two thirds comes from a norwegian company. Called camby ceo. Eric sadness who you get up to forty percent more biogas that bio-gas can be used to generate electricity to be used elsewhere in the wastewater treatment font or put on the grade and sold in dc that bio-gas generates about eight megawatts of energy more than enough to run the camby process. Dc water paid for its project with four hundred fifty million dollars in municipal bonds to be paid back over about fifteen years. But because we're making a little bit more money on selling bloom and we're selling the renewable energy credits for more than we thought we could that simple payback period is a little bit shorter than it was. Dc water also saves ten to fifteen million dollars a year. Because it doesn't have to pay to truck that waste away that kind of testimonial is great for candy. Which now has its tech in four facilities in the us with five more scheduled to come online soon and based on the market research that we have done we have identified four hundred forty plants. That's got a very strong business case financially. It's taken about a decade for camby to make inroads in the lucrative us market. That's partly because solutions like camby's tend to only be economical for larger systems. According to aaron bonnie casey who focuses on municipal water systems at bluefield research and we do see some consolidation in the industry where smaller wastewater utilities are combining in order to capture..

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"camby" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"camby" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Finest friends welcome to another retro. Sta where i pick out my favorite episodes from the past to give you a little insight. If you're a newcomer into what's realistic camby the kremlin critic. Not the all of the podcast. I do on the kremlin crime narrow. It's all cream with a tiny bit milk at the button. Gonna meet sour is delicious. This week is the first place we're going back to the autumn of twenty fourteen. Maybe september or october nobody tober fourteen. This was recorded the same week as last week. We did two shows at a week. That's a little secret as last week's retro house two per water classic week. That was if you were in the audience of that last week. Steve coogan this week. It is sara pascoe. Her first appearance on the show has been on a few times. This is my favorite one. I think there was just. I think she's one of the stand ups certainly in the uk if not the world but what i love about is that as well as being very funny. She is grasp of serious issues as well This past goes between being silly and fun and and serious and cup tackling more interesting not more interesting but more. I mean comedies. Interesting to me but bigger issues as well as having lots of fun and i was very pleased with the joker made about. Would i lie to you not having enough women on it so look out for that. I like it when my joke am. I can remember them all they. They come up so rarely nice off the cuff jokes. That's what we like We will carry carrying putting these every friday at the there are new episodes every wednesday and we do have live shows coming up at the square theater and at norwich norwich on august thirteenth. Hopefully they'll be more tickets available sold after the moment but as social distancing as relaxed. And we've got some brilliant lineups for london. Less square theater in september october and hoping to livestream those as well so you can still be a part of it and see the live. Show on edited haven half. You can't get the theater if it's sold out gutteridge hang dot com slash gigs. You can see everywhere. We are coming and who the guest saw. We've got the confirmed so far anyway. Let's sit back and relax. And then get rid tents them. Relax again having listened to a retro rasta justa with the brilliant.

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"camby" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions

Star Wars Sessions

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"camby" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions

"To change that all the things that you know Show era films from. Yes in the cg can be bro. Pay the acting camby. Ropy lol ripi things but still a dunk. Think it carries it. I think people all they just look revenge. The safe differently. You think while by boy do does revenge. The carried the prequel toiletry in popular culture and in august that we live in. Yes in reality. I think it does for the reasons that you said in two most people we do. You'd see what is did critically in comparison thing roy. They've they stuck. They say the best tool last revenge as saved this trilogy from mediocrity or your member big moments you know everything was everything was leading up to that final film which is the point of maturity but in this case it was star fighter and it wasn't just any it was the birth of vita. Four of the jet are the rights of everything. We've mentioned a rather. The empty is coming to this film. So of course it was always going to be the most the most memorable at least of the film by other carries it. I think i think it ends off. Were i think as an has an annoy sendoff. But i do think that the phantom menace deserves a big more credit looking not perfect by any means but certainly not bad clones groped. Good my and again to me the most important moment variant in the sixties sister great way to end it but so now what i think i think i think it complements an enzyme of extremely rogue lucky said without that Cushion of the first two films. And the over story of the of the chosen one and young mannequin and the findings of the dalai. The arrogance of the jet without that doesn't work. Needless to preschool. So don't think it does. But i think it compliments in india off with a bang man. I'm just because something might be your favorite or the strongest. like in my case united states is still my favorite prequel. I don't think it carries at atoll The united the not exclusive to each other. Yeah a may i after they soak. It's so cold. The all i want to do is go. Watch star wars film. My in an the irony is the what. Why are you going to say about it. Simply gonna say another happy land in.

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"camby" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"camby" Discussed on WTOP

"7 40. Congress is set for quick action on President Biden's Nominee to head the Pentagon. Both houses of Congress have passed legislation that clears the way for retired general Lloyd Austin to become president Joe Biden's secretary of defense legislation was required to grant Austen a waiver from the ban on military members serving his defense secretary within seven years of their retirement. Austin who served in the Army 41 years, retired in 2016, he would be the first black secretary of defense, Republican Senator John Cornyn said a confirmation vote on Austin will come Friday. Like cross here. Washington, Illinois Democratic U. S Senator Tammy Duckworth's is an Army veteran who served in Iraq. She's among those expressing outrage that thousands of National Guard members who had been resting in the U. S Capitol building were kicked out and forced to go into a garage. These troops were abruptly moved out of the capital resting area and into a parking garage nearby. They have hotel rooms, but this resting space was for those working long shifts with not enough time between them. To return to the rooms. Many lawmakers were outraged after images emerged of the troops sleeping on concrete with few toilets or electrical outlets. The troops were later moved back to the Capitol complex. Camby McCormick, CBS news president. Biden's first call to a world leader is scheduled for today. The White House says It'll be to Canada's prime minister Justin Trudeau. When item they're expected to discuss is the Keystone Pipeline is President Biden revoke the permit that the Trump administration had granted to the cross border oil pipeline project Trudeau issued Statement about that, saying he's disappointed with the decision. The CDC is out with the new guidance on how long people can wait to get their second shot if they're going if they have been getting the Fizer or modern a Corona virus vaccine, the first shot it says that people can wait now a maximum of six weeks, although the recommended time between doses is three weeks for five years vaccine and four for the modern a vaccine, the update updated guidance appears to clarify earlier language that said there was no maximum time but Tween the shots. It's 7 43, looking.

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"camby" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"camby" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You can talk about the seven that we won, but the two that haunt me or the two that we lost. And don't don't ask me why it's that way. I have a lot of pride in performance and want to try to do the best I possibly can a Zico church to have the best program that creates by you for the players. I'm talking about value in terms of personal development, academics and graduating and developing careers off the field. Career development and and his football players. I mean, and I think that's one thing that people overlook about the program is we really do try to create by you for players, and I think that's why we get a lot of good players. That's Dave pointed out to me right there. If you noticed Devante Smith when he's up there at the end. Is where that patch on his jersey That's a graduate. So next Dave and put his money where his mouth is being like. Yeah, we're about championships. But on I think a lot of times we look at these coaches who we talk about sitting in the living rooms of these players and promising their parents that they're going to take care of him. And oftentimes it's it's Yeah, until I get a better offer to jump on to a better school. Only next table's going anywhere. Right? I think maybe that's one thing to that. This is these elite programs. I don't know if Davos when he's got that NFL aspirations, right. Some of these coaches get to college and they're using it as a stepping stone or they want to get back to the NFL. I don't know that that's happening. With some of these guys, some of these elite coaches, they get to the league or to the status of their at excuse me in college football, and these players show up knowing that they're not gonna go anywhere, knowing that I can come commit to this school into this coach because he's gonna be here because he told me he was gonna be here. I was thinking about when John Calipari was in Memphis memory by the way anywhere. John Calipari is getting sanctioned. He's out before he gets before he gets punished for right. So it happened in at U Mass. Right with Marcus Camby years ago, they gave sanction. He's like, Yeah, I'm going to the league and go to that to the New Jersey Nets. He's a bad room with the Nets. He comes back to college. He goes to Memphis. Thing on the final for the good of the national championship against Kansas, right with Derrick Rose, Mario Chalmers. It's a big three to beat Memphis in the national championship that following off season, that's when when all this stuff started coming out about Derrick Rose that maybe he wasn't in class. Was he not taken his s A T s. They hand down all these sanctions against the AA does to Memphis and John Calipari is like I'm out. I'm cruising to to Kentucky. Kentucky offered me a contract. I'm going, you know who was committed? To Memphis when, when John Calipari dips out John Wall DaMarcus cousins, Eric Bledsoe, three guys currently in the lead right now, who then move on to Kentucky. Ridiculous for Memphis. They follow Calipari to Kentucky. They go to a final four, and the rest is history. But you talked about and I know in college basketball. It's maybe even a little bit different. But college football the same thing. If you're a 17 year old kid, and you commit to this code, you want to know that he's gonna be there that you're going to get the playing time that you're a part of his plans. Beyond just this fall, right? So let's get to some Ryan Day sound here. They lose the national championship Friday, is rumored as a potential candidate for the Jacksonville Jaguars job. Right. So who knows what happens with him of urban Meyer doesn't take it or that's something he's not interested in. Maybe it's Ryan Day anyway. Ryan Day They asked him about losing this game and how covert was a factor. He basically said Look that we have made excuses all year. We're not gonna do it now. Some games being canceled, not being canceled. It just that's what it was. And you know what I tried not to do and what we tried not to do is focus on those things and have built in excuses. We just kept pushing forward, you know, not having guys available. And then, like you said, get into a rhythm. I thought going into the semifinal game against Clemson. We hadn't played our best game yet. And you know, we needed to play our best game tonight against Alabama. And and then we didn't and one of the honest statements he made here afterwards. I like this next comment here, and this will wrap it up for a postgame. National championship sound was Ryan Day, basically saying the mental fatigue is real right now. Hey, said these air, young men and they've been away from their families. The mental fatigue is real in 2020. And now 2021 Ryan basis. These guys, they just really need a break Right now. They really, really need a break. We need a break. We need to get away. Kids are the guys on his team need to see their families. We all just need a break. And, you know, we've already started to put together the the schedule for the spring, but but we all need to get away for a while. This has been a long long road. Guys, Mr Families and on they deserve time to be with them. And so we'll unwind. For what little while having opportunity to reflect on what this season's been and then get back into it, But I mean, you can't just go back to work here. There needs some time to rest and reflect again and I need some time to go interview with it with Jackson is like you guys take a break. I'm gonna get on a plane to go down to Jacksonville. Actually, they were already in Florida, right? Maybe just hops in the car because it figures that thing out anyway, that wraps up our post game stuff for the national championship. Just back to accommodate made earlier in the 504 checked in about the World Series trophy, and I was riffing on the trophy just saying yeah, as much as we didn't like the BCS. I always thought that trophy was way cooler than the C. F. P trophy, And then I was riffing on the Majorly the world seriously, bro. Physical. Tell all these flags man can we get you know a baseball this this texture of the 504 said. You know, you gotta make it about the game, he says. Yeah, make it about the game of baseball making a baseball trophy anyway. Oh, that he's talking about. Also, sometimes, he said, I must have woken up on second base, he said. Sometimes first thing in the morning is the easiest time to get on like that did sometimes sometimes first inning. You got to see a pitcher's Let him find the strike zone. Right? You can work yourself a walk, so Anyway. Thank you, David on the other side back into a little bit more of the NFL lot of the coaches yesterday do there Monday morning or Monday afternoon media sessions. Some of the coaches who did not coach this past week. We're talking Andy Reid on to sit down and give his thoughts on facing the Cleveland Browns. And Kevin's too fancy, who also did not coach this weekend due to Cove. It 19. We'll get some of their reactions and thoughts on their games this weekend Divisional weekend. It all starts Saturday afternoon. Mork coming up came here. One of 45. And 60, TV sports leader. Leadoff spot with Adam Copeland is on both sides of the dial. Okay. NPR 1045.

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"camby" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"camby" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Hello word nerds a welcome to the dictionary. Thank you for turning on this podcast. And i hope you enjoy what i have to say to you today. The first word is cambria. Mm-hmm cap no. No it's a lower case e. c. a. m. b. i use 'em camby 'em at the that's what i meant to say. Camby 'em noun from sixteen seventy one a thin formative layer between the xilin and flew him of most vascular. Plants that gives rise to new cells and is responsible for secondary. Growth silom is x. y. l. e. m. and floor is p. h. l. e. m. and this is from medieval latin It means exchange from latin come come beret which means to exchange and there's more at the word change It will in cambil is an adjective next. We have a cambodian with a capital. C noun from seventeen seventy one a native or inhabitant of cambodia. Two is the number to definition for the word. Don't know how to pronounce this one. I'm just going to say kamera. And it is spelled. K. h. m. e. r. and then cambodian is also an adjective. It's a very simple as just a native word. Habitant of cambodia. But i don't know what this compare is next. We have cambrian could also say Cambrian capital c. a. m. b. r. I a. n. Adjective from sixteen o. Four one synonym is welsh to of relating to or being the earliest geological period of the paleozoic era or the corresponding system of rocks marked by fossil's of nearly every major invertebrate animal group. And then it says to see the geologic time table. I didn't know we had in the book. There was a geologic timetable. That's good to know. So i can teach you some of that stuff Cambrian or is also noun so this is from a cambria cambria with wales From m w what is m. w. m. w. is middle welsh middle welsh. I should have been able to figure that out It is from middle welsh Kim re c. y..

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White House Makes Offer to Democrats of $916 Billion Covid-19 Relief Bill

WBZ Midday News

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

White House Makes Offer to Democrats of $916 Billion Covid-19 Relief Bill

"And the negotiations go on on that cove in 19 package, we might we might be seeing a check in the mail after all, before the holidays, Here's CBS's Camby McCormack. The White House plan would offer a $600 direct payment to most Americans, but it would do away with a $300 per week. Unemployment benefit. That would mean the package offers hard hit Americans. Half the payments they received in the relief bill back in the spring. Top Democratic leaders say they prefer to instead keep working with a bipartisan group of Senate negotiators. Big sticking point between Republicans and EMS is business liability protection. Republicans want immunity for businesses from covert related lawsuits. Democrats say that would endanger workers.

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Who killed Mohsen Fakhrizadeh?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:16 min | 2 years ago

Who killed Mohsen Fakhrizadeh?

"We start with breaking news. And iran's defense ministry has confirmed that one of the country's top nuclear scientists has been assassinated two diff- of muslim fucker. Saudi is very much proving to be one of those stories in which people will see whatever confirmations of their own prejudices and suspicions they wished to it might reasonably be argued that this description applies in the online epoch in particular to pretty much every story but it is especially the case with stories set in the middle east and which may would depending wh one prefers to believe may not involve israel. So it's best to start with what we know for certain. We know that molson fucker. Zodda was a renowned nuclear physicist a senior engineering of iran's nuclear program and a brigadier general in iran's islamic revolution regard core. He is believed to have been deleted of what was known as project amid the program. Iran established in the late nineteen eighty s to explore the prospects of iranian nuclear weapon and closed in two thousand three according to the international atomic energy agency. We know that he was killed. Last friday near absorbed a small town seventy kilometers east of tehran. And that he was buried with full state on. Who's on sunday law. Main hobby lobby. No optic not that big van owen ruling to the questions of precisely how he was killed by whom there is a bewildering smorgasbord of answers. While it seems clear enough that Was shot dead as the car in which he was. Travelling was the object of an ambush. There are conflicting reports of this assassination being conducted by a posse of live operators. Some of whom may or may not have died at the scene and or by some species of remote controlled weapon monotony iran bit who we bid and me. The enemies of iran have to know that the iranian nation and the country's officials a brave and intrepid enough to respond to this criminal action. As on a has dan in dommage in our yet caught on era by-pass off pigs around as to who might have done it. Iranian officialdom and iranian media have been quick to blame either israel or the mujahedeen e. Cock a curious cultish iranian rebel group which has been a persistent irritant to the islamic republic. And who currently appear to be based between iraq. France and albania. The has also been an amount of copy pasted umbrage directed at the united states or as president hassan rohani of iran prefers to address it the global arrogance on record. Israeli sources have feigned bafflement though the new york times has quoted an unnamed senior. Israeli official is suggesting that the world should thank israel. Four reside is demise. The mujahideen have been reticent. As of this broadcast the iran has yet to present any concrete evidence of their assertions. And if and when they do it will likely be impossible for any independent observers to verify them and iran does reflexively blame israel for pretty much anything it is only a couple of years since former head of iran's military major general signed fear is a body accused of running a network of spy lizards. But it's not like there isn't something of a circumstantial case to answer this year. Several sites in iran which might or might not have been related to iran's nuclear program was struck by explosions which did not appear coincidental and at least four other iranian. Nuclear scientists have met violent ends since two thousand ten to killed by car bombs one by a motorcycle. Bomb one shot dead. In most instances iran blamed israel and israel denied involvement while also making it as clear as it could be regarded even the faintest prospect of a nuclear armed iran as intolerable almost ziff inviting tehran to take the hint and a is at least arguable. Most infact saudis college was marked in two thousand eighteen when israeli intelligence highsted from a warehouse in tehran thousands of files pertaining to iran's nuclear program when israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu announced his feet. He mentioned zadeh by name. A key. part of the plan was to form new organizations to continue the work. This is how dr moosa farkas the of project about put remember that name a day so along with the questions of who and how there is another why in particular wine now whoever killed most fuck resolve will have known that iran would feel obliged to retaliate or at least threatened to retaliate. And that this would make any kind of diplomacy with tehran difficult. Whoever killed muslims will also have understood that a window to such engagement might have been about to open interior. Vashon sean medicare dishman salvage assassination shows. The enemies are experiencing anxious weeks feeling. That the pressure's fading away. And the world circumstances a change a heart. The camby share shadow. It's johnny you're gonna with the swearing in of a new american president who has sounded keen on returning the us to the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal with iran out of which the current president flounced of the possible consequences. All fockers ought is death to seem reasonably certain one that iran's nuclear ambitions whatever they may actually be will have been hinted at least some ought to that. Compromise with iran will be less likely someone somewhere will be considering this a win win

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Growing calls to press lawmakers to ensure smooth transition to Biden

WBZ Overnight News

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Growing calls to press lawmakers to ensure smooth transition to Biden

"For President elect Biden to be allowed to get on with the transition, the latest from former defense and intelligence officials from CBS's Camby McCormick a letter from over 150 former national security officials is warning of risks in the transition delay. That letter was sent to the General Services Administration chief Emily Murphy, and it urged her to ensure the smooth transfer of power and allow access to information pertaining to national security issues, as well as the president's daily, brief and pending decisions on possible uses of military force. I'm Cam

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The Health Benefits of Turmeric

20 Minute Fitness

03:23 min | 3 years ago

The Health Benefits of Turmeric

"A bit of background about Turmeric Turmeric is a spice from the temperate. Plunked is is commonly used in Asian cuisine and has a yellow colored chemical which often gives the coloring to curry's for example cold cumin and again it's also used to flavour different Asian food as well. Curcumin is the main active ingredients and turmeric and has a powerful anti inflammatory effect is. It's a very strong antioxidant as well. You'll know from previous podcast episodes that anti-oxidants can help defend your cells from damage on this damages caused by potentially harmful molecules known as free radicals. It is worth mentioning before we continue this episode. That Cu Cuban human content of turmeric is not that high. It's around around three percent by bodyweight. Most studies conducted have looked at Turmeric extract which contain mostly itself so it's hard to get high doses of around one grandma day of curcumin just from the spice in your food. So we do want higher levels that you'd be to take it in a supplement of all so curcumin within turmeric is as anti inflammatory as I've mentioned and inflammation is important within the body to help your body fight foreign entities and help repair damaged in the short term however weather chronic inflammation can become a problem and scientists now actually believed that chronic load L. Inflammation can play a major role in a number of different conditions such as Heart Disease Cancer Metabolic Syndrome and many many more so the anti inflammatory properties of Kirkman Camby extremely beneficial. So what's actually going on here. Is that the curcumin is blocking a molecule called NF. K B that travels in the nuclei of your cells and it turns on the genes. The related to inflammation also believed play a major role in many chronic diseases. As of late as well there is evidence that suggests that turmeric can help alleviate. TV eight domes delayed onset muscle soreness a study called curcumin supplementation. Light play attenuates delayed onset muscle soreness looked at oral curcumin intake in seventeen men to determine the effects of curcumin or muscle damage inflammation and domes in humans. So the seventeen people were split into Placebo Group you and the group that took two point five grams of curcumin twice a day on there were evaluated by looking at single leg. Jump Performance and domes following unaccustomed uh-huh heavy eccentric exercise on the study found the top twenty four and forty eight hours post. Exercise curcumin caused motorists large reductions in pain injuring a single leg. Squats and Sir sheets with that. Pain reduction was also a small increase in single leg. Jump Performance and a small reduction in creating kind as activity. Not and Can Rise of skeletal muscle injury and Turmeric can reduce these levels. Therefore reducing indicators of muscle damage potentially aiding being recovery but of course more research needs to be done on this finally curcumin. The active ingredients in Tamarac has also been linked to improve brain function. So Kirkman has been found to increase brain levels of be D. and F. which is brain derived neurotrophic factor not say grow fall known functions in your brain in aiding the ability of your new Ron's to form new connections annisten Ted may age or memory recall and cognitive

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Tony Hale Talks 'Toy Story 4'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

06:53 min | 3 years ago

Tony Hale Talks 'Toy Story 4'

"Hi everybody I M Peter Travers this popcorn where we tell you what is happening at the movies and there is no movie. There's no movie now except for I don't really care I don't care. I just want stop it. There's no movie now. There's nothing this well thank you and my guest today. Tony Hale of course is immortal from playing Gary on and veep and then buster booth on is now found another. I kind of character in forty. You've turned out to be a plastics pork and they're all neurotic airy worke. There's a through line going on on. What do you think it was that made <hes> Disney Slash Pixar say we have this pork and he basically who could really voice this well? They I remember they brought me up to Pixar. Have you ever been up to Pixar. Gosh Creative Wonderland. It's so beautiful but they brought me up when they're like yeah we have this spark and we kind of got an erotic energy and we were like we thought about you check but I was <hes>. Nomadic energy with some humor comes from a lot of paying a lot of pain but don't we all they described him as you know. I just like he's very simple. He was simply made and he just sees little life very simple. He's <unk> overwhelmed. I'm always overwhelmed. He has oh yeah. He has a bit of an imposter complex. He's like I don't know how I got here. I kind of feel the same way all the time so we have. We have a lot in common for a lot of your trash trash to exactly your plastic trash you what everyone wants to get rid of clogs but he's happy with that. That's what I love about it. He's like my life. My lifeline flying like I help people eat Chili and I go to the trash. That's all I got and woody comes along. It's like no you have a greater purpose in that you have value and then of course you're crying in a corner as you're watching it. There's a lot of weeping that goes did you see in the in the in between the <hes> the laughter and things things like it's so great I mean it's typical Pixar. They make you laugh and then somehow you're. You're usually murder people. That's usually the thing that they do well. Let's let's talk about it isn't he has always done it. I never got Camby's mother being dead. I said No. It's not all right. Do you look at you. Look at frozen parents killed in a boating accident. A child is an isolation because she's got a gift from her sister rea puzzle. You know solitary confinement in a tree kidnapped by a witch. I've totally dark stuff. You choke on your popcorn win here doing totally bad as a parent. You're watching this dark man. Toy Story is nice. It's nice and refreshing your parents. Oh how old is your dog. She's thirteen so this is of my work. This is the first thing that she she can see. I mean because she's until she's middle aged so she household we can we can enjoy we can enjoy together so it was fun to see her when she was little. Did she come on the set of veep and everybody had headphones on. She can wear the headphones because the language is so bad so she just look around. She's like I'm going to go to the snacks with these. Don't look like good people. We did not play way good. They would just the worst but I want to go back a little into the genesis of forty. Yes it's okay to say we have this neurotic spoke. That's doing this and yes we would want you to do this. But did you have a say in besides doing the voice for it in how this character was finally presented. I mean it was the cool thing. About what Pixar does I've been fortunate enough to do other animation and typically you're kind of separated by this Kinda sheet of glass you have headphones and then no one no one talks and talks you do your thing and then everything goes silent and then you just these voices just talking about you. Don't know what they're saying. So it's a very insecure feeling Pixar keeps you in the same room so it's like you're in the room with the writers and the director the producers of your all in the same room you feel like you're kind of a part of the collaboration that kind of put that energy out there which I really appreciate and so we would try different voices and I was able to ad Lib stuff every now and then but the thing is they no one in the cast read a full script script. We weren't allowed to read a full script so they just hand. You'd pages as you went so I I really resonated with working because I had no idea what was going on. I didn't know what was happening and he's constantly doesn't know what's happening. He's asking questions all the time. I'm asking questions all the time where what's HAPP. Who am I talk? You know so it's like I felt like just Kinda. I was sorry little girl named Bonnie. What am I only flexibility for gases arms? Everything else is just you know he has. There's no flexibility can't even move his feet. He's just a mass. Were you already in listen to that. I said inculcated in the toilet ever were that were nobody's ever said. I bet you did really well on your S._A._T.. That was the only way you ever it came up but I never heard that word in my life well. That's what it is inculcated in the toy story universe breakdown that word. What does that mean it means that have you ever been so absorbed in it that every single thing about toy story was a part of your life okay or never saw toy story movie you said what is this? Oh have I ever done I well you saw them all. I've seen them all. Actually I moved to New York in Nineteen ninety-five to be an actor and that's when the first toy story came out and I remember seeing and being like oh my gosh this is so cool and I never would have thought I would somehow be associated with it but nine years ago as <hes> The for the third one came out and my daughter was four so that was one we really watched Awadh together Warren cocaine and then we're just gonNA use that word as much right now. I'm going to be used to the rest of my life and I'm not gonNA. I'm GONNA claim it came up with. It's yours thank you you can own it and that's it. I'm genuinely we made that just came out of you. Naturally I'm just as well. I thought I might have been doing the New York. Times Crossword decided to throw it at you. Tony God but we need to look at you as forking. We need to see you okay so that we can all become inculcated in you and your your act. Okay these roll the clip so that Tony can speak to Tom Hanks. The Gab began yes. 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Vertex gets approval to treat toddlers with cystic fibrosis drug

WBZ Afternoon News

00:22 sec | 4 years ago

Vertex gets approval to treat toddlers with cystic fibrosis drug

"For the first time. Ever toddlers will be able to take a medication for the treatment of the most common form of cystic, fibrosis the FDA approves. The drug from. Boston's vertex pharmaceuticals to, treat, kids between the ages. Of two and five they drug is already on the market for older children the. Approval based on the results of a pivotal, clinical trial of the drug or Camby

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Odell Beckham will report to Giants camp on time

First and Last

03:41 min | 4 years ago

Odell Beckham will report to Giants camp on time

"Talk about other wide receiver. Odell Beckham junior was back in March. Kinda felt like man is a really good chance that Odell Beckham junior is going to hold out as he seeks a new contract. He's gonna play this season under his rookie deal. It's gonna pay him about eight and a half million bucks, but he showed up for many Cam. He participated in most of the giants off season program and word is he is going to be there tomorrow when the New York Giants begin training camp. Here's a Jordan Renna on ESPN NFL giants reporter on sportscenter last night, talking about what Dell showing up the giants training camp means he's doing all the things giants. Ask them shown up minicamp showing up to OTA's. Now he's going to show up the training camp. Look. He had an option here Khalil Mack. Aaron, Donald day matrix differently. They may not show up for their teams. Adele, this guy wants to play football, right? He's a football player dying to get back out there. So he wants to get out there during training camp and he's putting the ball in the giants court and saying, hey, look, I'm doing everything possible to get this deal done. I want to be here, right? I'm doing whatever you guys asked me. I want to be in New York Giants. Let's get this done and there's really hasn't been any serious negotiations so far to this point Odal Beckham junior getting a report to a giant strain cabbies obvious coming off a year where he had the broken ankle only played in four games that remains to be seen, how much is it going to practice? Will he be on the field on Thursday when workouts begin? Is gonna play in the preseason and do the giants get a deal done with him during training camp historically. And obviously there's a regime change in New York, but historically, when the giants do these things like they did with ally manning these things take place behind closed doors, they don't typically, you know, show their cards. Regards to contract extensions, what they might do a certain players. So does this get done? It's a very good show of good faith by Odell Beckham, junior. If you're giants fan, it's like, dude, get it done for for as as much as del Beckham, junior Camby, quote, unquote distraction, and it's been immature before the whole, you know, going boat before the playoff game a couple of years ago with a bunch of his teammates and getting into fights with with Josh Norman, dude, Odell Beckham junior's one of the best three wide receivers in the game. You're not going to get anybody as good as him. You're certainly not gonna get any better than him. I'm not a big fan of saying, look, pay him and move on, but of got to do that, right. I mean, if you're the giants and you kinda going to go through this transition phase at some point where you move on from ally manning, maybe not this year, but at some point in the future and you've you've gotten saquon Barkley and you're looking to make a rebound from last year when he went three and thirteen Beckham junior's marvelously talented, he is still just. What twenty twenty six years old. His first three seasons in the NFL were historically great. Get it done, get it done, and the fact that he has shown up or gonna show up and be there for the beginning of training camp. That's a show of good faith. You have to reward that get the deal done and move on. And last podcast. Carmelo Anthony is the new rocket man. He's going to be a member of the Houston Rockets how many of us remember his time with the Atlanta Hawks is fondly as I do, but I'm in for Michael junior. This is first and last on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. We will get into Carmelo Anthony and why. I think mellow in Houston can work coming up in just two minutes. But first, David Robinson was on the jump yesterday, sharing his thoughts on the Kawai Leonard situation with his former team is one of the oddest situations. I think I've seen since I've been in pro basketball. He's he's a hard guy to understand..

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Brent Musburger to replace Greg Papa as Oakland Raiders' radio play-by-play voice

SportsPhone 680

03:42 min | 4 years ago

Brent Musburger to replace Greg Papa as Oakland Raiders' radio play-by-play voice

"Do anything with him I think when he's one hundred percent and he knows he is that's when you'll see him on the court that could be. Halfway, through. The season yeah, exactly I think we're I think at best we're looking at maybe the end of December and I. Think warriors team again he's really just gravy to already a historically. Great team dominant team so if they have to wait all the way till after, the all star break. They, will do that now if, you, get boogie, cousins even let's say fifty to seventy five percent of what he was, that is extremely frightening thought. Even Seventy-five percent boogie cousins is fantastic especially in the postseason, I get. You but seventy five percent coming off an. Achilles I think that's a lot to ask for as well so we don't know exactly what kind of player we're going to get with the Marcus. Camby, are. Is the number, so yeah we're going to be talking with karnal attornal coming up in just a couple of minutes. And then at the end of the hour we're gonna talk to. Matt maiocco I do want to at some point get to the Mark Davis statement, he made about letting. Greg, Papa Gautam floors was let, go as well, so the entire broadcast for the raiders games going to be very interesting, next year As a raider fan and talking to raider fans that away Cambier isn't. It Mark, is Mark making it a little bit difficult for you to root for this team as. They have their last little bit here in, the bay area is making it. Difficult to be a raider fan because, I think he is for me. Anyways as much as I do bleed that team and I love the. Raiders since I was a child when they came back in the mid ninety s I mean What do you want me to? Do Mark you're giving away home game so they can go play across the water. In London I mean just the way that you've you've acted in Las Vegas Why why why can't you go get? A guy that's yours why do you have to go get, Brent Musburger a name if you wanted to get rid of Papa which is going to irritate the fan base because irradiates me and Flora's why can't you bring, on a guy and go through tapes of play by play broadcasts then have your guy instead of Musburger who I don't even? Know has has he ever. Even done in a on the radio and I was really. Frustrating it's, we're going to be really frustrated root for this team This year I'm going to of course but I? Just want to know raider fans away can't? Be are is he may get difficult he's not make I, don't think he's making it easy for me to go out and buy my ticket to a raider game it really is not I mean again the way that, he acts when he's in Vegas and the what what he says was in Vegas we've waited so this is so great this? Is this is slap in. The face tussin the East Bay I that's how I feel Roll around you. Stupid, bubble bubble top van Got it drives me crazy let's go to a nightgown Oakland before we get to Connor What a night now you can call me dragon Hey dragon how are you man Wasn't a Nighthawk stepbrothers. Who's, Nighthawk, was Nighthawk and? Jade It's night. Out okay yes, no, your night out yes go ahead I'm night Al hey, but I on the on. The raiders, and the whole Greg Papa in that, deal you know this is just another club by them but anyway The reason, I, called is to tell all athletes that are you know, thinking about dating a porn. Star during, all star week when the dentist week, in sports Think again man you don't think, we would, be talking about this if it was I don't know the middle of the NFL DS No You do it during, the, hey, Jimmy g. when the warriors are in the, finals take her, out Kostanic won't be you know top. Line..

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