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Flyers rally in 3rd period to beat Hurricanes 2-1

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Flyers rally in 3rd period to beat Hurricanes 2-1

"Joel Farabee and Zack McEwen scored in the third period to send the flyers past the hurricanes two to one we can always call was his first in ten games a season former hurricane Patrick brown assisted on the game winner Carter Hart turned back thirty nine shots and blanked Carolina after Stephen Lawrence B. to midway through the second I'm just trying to do my job and just stop oxen and have fun let's party and I think that if the boys are doing a great job of keeping the guys to the outside and limiting second chances Philly took fifteen shots in the final period after mustering just thirteen to forty minutes canes netminder Frederik Andersen made twenty six saves the hurricanes fell to ten into overall five and one at home the flyers are seven three into I'm the ferry

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Holiday Cups (MM #3879)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Holiday Cups (MM #3879)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. As you know, I spend a lot of time on social media, probably spend too much time on it, not just for work, but for pleasure. And it's always amazed me as to how people get excited about things. And I sometimes wonder if it's real or if it's for an effect. You would think right now, people would be talking about the elections that happened in New Jersey and Virginia and the new mayor in Boston and New York. Sure, people in those areas are talking about it. But right now, all I ever see on my timelines and I mean my timelines, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, are the fact that the new Starbucks holiday cups are finally out. Now I understand people getting excited about a specific drink coming back at Starbucks. It's almost like the pumpkin spice latte people getting excited when that comes back around each year. I don't see anybody talking about the Starbucks drinks that are coming back. They're talking about the four new cups, wrapping paper ribbons, holiday lights, candy cane, like it matters. It's a paper cup or a cardboard cup or whatever they make them out of. It's just a cup. What's in the cup that matters, doesn't it? I know I'm missing something here, but the way my timelines have been blowing up, you think it was something big.

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Holiday Cups (MM #3879)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Holiday Cups (MM #3879)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. As you know, I spend a lot of time on social media, probably spend too much time on it, not just for work, but for pleasure. And it's always amazed me as to how people get excited about things. And I sometimes wonder if it's real or if it's for an effect. You would think right now, people would be talking about the elections that happened in New Jersey and Virginia and the new mayor in Boston and New York. Sure, people in those areas are talking about it. But right now, all I ever see on my timelines and I mean my timelines, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, are the fact that the new Starbucks holiday cups are finally out. Now I understand people getting excited about a specific drink coming back at Starbucks. It's almost like the pumpkin spice latte people getting excited when that comes back around each year. I don't see anybody talking about the Starbucks drinks that are coming back. They're talking about the four new cups, wrapping paper ribbons, holiday lights, candy cane, like it matters. It's a paper cup or a cardboard cup or whatever they make them out of. It's just a cup. What's in the cup that matters, doesn't it? I know I'm missing something here, but the way my timelines have been blowing up, you think it was something big.

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Raanta wins Carolina debut, Hurricanes top winless Chicago

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Raanta wins Carolina debut, Hurricanes top winless Chicago

"The hurricanes improve their team record start to seven or no by scoring four times in the first period of a six three victory over the winless blackrock's anti right to make twenty three saves in his Carolina debut tonight to get back in there and and you know play behind this team and you know obviously you get a you get a lot of vocal support so you you kinda you gonna need to deliver also and you know make sure that a make sure that the team is winning Tony deangelo had a goal and two assists for the canes who also received tallies from Jordan Staal Derek Stepan yes for cutting ME Sebastian aho and Andrei Svechnikov Brandon Hagel Adam Gaudette and Alex DeBrincat scored for the Blackhawks who dropped six into I'm Dave Ferrie

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Rep. Maxine Waters: Treatment of Haitian Migrants Worse Than Slavery

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:14 min | 2 months ago

Rep. Maxine Waters: Treatment of Haitian Migrants Worse Than Slavery

"African. american political leaders are up in arms about the guy on the horseback maxine waters. Who will never be accused of being the smartest member of congress. But she's one of the longest serving. She had the perfect reaction to the image on twitter. That showed the border patrol agent trying to do his job on a horse with rains. And of course this got turned into black haitian innocent people being whipped and caned and so i mean it's insane and we know what's happening. The left found it's distraction from the real crisis which is the thousands and thousands of illegals across our border and of course biden secretly. Free them last week. The by administration said that the haitians who camped out would be deported but very very large numbers of them are being planted into the united states has been revealed by american officials so it was another lie right up there with. If you like your doctor you can keep your doctor right up there with everything else. They lied to us about biden. Said that these haitians would be deported and they are not they are being dispatched into the united states in quote very very large numbers so the democrats are in a free fall. They got a panic on their hands. They got a real this this a dumpster fire if there ever was one so thank goodness thank goodness they say for the picture of the guy on the horse with the rain finally congresswoman maxine waters has something to complain about what i what the fall off escape pearl violence. Did you hear what. Maxine waters said standing out there in the rain with a bunch of women with umbrellas. It's a it's a urkel site. It's pouring down rain. There's like twenty women in her standing in front of a podium under a microphone of course all wearing their masks outside because that's how they roll what we witnessed was worse than what we witnessed in slavery. The guy on the horse at the border with the rains is worse than what we saw in slavery. Let that sink in.

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Al Sharpton, Maxine Waters Respond to Border Patrol Whipping Story

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:04 min | 2 months ago

Al Sharpton, Maxine Waters Respond to Border Patrol Whipping Story

"Now. It's a party. Al sharpton is on his way to the border. I'm not that al. Reverend al is gonna beat sleepy joe to the border. That's good. i mean because now are african. american political leaders are up in arms about the guy on the horseback maxine waters. Who will never be accused of being the smartest member of congress. But she's one of the longest serving. She had the perfect reaction to the image on twitter. That showed the border patrol agent trying to do his job on a horse with rains. And of course this got turned into black haitian innocent people being whipped and caned and so i mean it's insane and we know what's happening. The left found it's distraction

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"cane" Discussed on Daddy Issuez Coven

Daddy Issuez Coven

04:05 min | 2 months ago

"cane" Discussed on Daddy Issuez Coven

"I'm so glad you picked this. I'm not. I'm not had very good night's sleep lately so yeah good night. Sleep would be great right now. Final question right. It's down to this. Do you want to hybrid or do you want an indica indica. Full-bore bore all right. I'm literally just gonna fly my fingers through here and pick yes. Oh you're going to like this one. Oh yeh okay because so this week. Straight of the week is zombie now. He's apocalypse you. The fuck out. Relaxation maxed out. Happy maxed out matched out. Euphoric is like just over the midpoint. Tinguely now i don't know why you would wanna feel tinguely but you do. It says if you're looking to transform into a flesh-eating monster zombie oh is not the choice for you after a taste this indika. You'll the only thing you'll be hungry for our the cold cuts in the fridge. Though you may be too catatonic to get up and grab them heavy endless. This cross between oji. Cush and blackberry has been a favorite among those suffering from muscle spasms and acute pain due to its strong sedative effects. Yeah right don't expect to have the time or energy to rampage the city. This strain is best. Used at nighttime. When you're not expecting to do much of anything elia so nice. Yeah so. It's maxed out for pain. It's got a pungent smell with an earthy woody flavor and it's good for insomnia stress and depression but muscle spasms that special. So if you're somebody suffering from muscle spasms not all strains help with that so check this out for that and then also your negative fettes effects are you can be a little paranoid. That's very low on the scale. Though anxious dizzy. I feel like you can run that risk with only certain indika so it's probably how much you're smoking of it or if you're using one drops you're using of it to get that that effect. Yeah it's usually how it works. It's like higher doses right. Bring that kind of thing and with indicas. This is just a general rule that i use. I always start. Conservative can always add to my lately but if you start both guns blazing. You might regret that decision. Yeah it's it's and it's not even because of like anxiety or anything like that. It's because you're gonna smoke you're gonna you're going to smoke and smoke and smoke it and then immediately all the this lead you gotta. You're not getting you're just wasting it. See that's the other thing. Like if i'm already tired i won't smoke before bed because it's like i'm already going to go to sleep now. If i wake up in the middle of the night then i'll smoke to go back to sleep. Because i know i can only fall asleep once if i fall asleep at all. I am a big advocate for the bedtime joint. Oh yeah morning. Joins and a bedtime joint can smoke. A bedtime joy with the full intention of this is my bedtime joy right. You're like this is the end of the night period. Exactly yeah i know what you mean. I have an end of the night cigarette. But i gotta quit a really got to fucking quit. Yeah no i have to quit. Because they're not gonna give me birth control next year and it's like oh not not gonna have any babies. So gimme what now. Yeah they weren't can talk your birth control..

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"cane" Discussed on Daddy Issuez Coven

Daddy Issuez Coven

03:39 min | 2 months ago

"cane" Discussed on Daddy Issuez Coven

"We love you. we're going to end up Pretty much being owned by the states and they're going to dismantle our ages and make it like a little america and it's going to suck. She should just go look in our backyard and see how that worked out for the other guy. You should just Because we need to clean houses. Start over so like the entire house everything. wash it. Everybody there is crooked. His is like you did greenland. What i've already been looking. We've talked about this throughout different episodes. But like i've talked to you about moving out of the country. And i have an out ruled that as an option greenland draymond would be awesome. Greenland's fucking cold. I have horses that i wanna right now. I'm thinking about like another country. That has four seasons All four of a man. Yeah nice be fantastic. Love the fall south friends all right. I have dual citizenship. There's that'd be fine. Do you really yeah girl. What are you doing in florida. Well i mean. I can't afford to go anywhere right now by the way it's expensive to move out of the country. I've actually run the numbers. And like i'd be just conservatively just to get me and my kid and like a couple of my. I would be in for at least twenty five thousand. Yeah that sounds about right. Yeah that sounds about right. Because i'm worth it. Donate paypal dot me. Slash tip the ladies. Have you want me. To start. Touring in the uk with my wave make it possible horrors. You think we can make this all on around. No we can't we can't we will be in the facebook group so you can shark us. Check us out on. Facebook daddy issues. We have facebook. The group is where you can post shit. Talk to us engaged with us and get kinky with us. Come on him. don't feel dirty. we're not that kind of dirty. We are but we're not come on. Everybody just needs to get onboard anyway. I think it's a good time to get into our strain of the week. Do you wanna have a strain game a lady. I would love to have a strain game. I love this game. Hey i did this last week. So if you listen to weird kinks then you'll already be aware of why she so excited if you haven't then you should. This is a little fun thing that we tried out so i go to the lethally app. So i'm gonna plug you guys. Thanks for making our lives. Easier man w advertising for them when they're not paying us gone. I mean y- while other shows are editing. We are leaving it in okay. Milady moods and activities. This is we. We have that or medical. So do you wanna go with moods activities or medical. We'll start their moods activities. Okay lift your spirits. Stay productive conquer social anxiety. Get active motivate the mine or good night's sleep good night's sleep..

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"cane" Discussed on Daddy Issuez Coven

Daddy Issuez Coven

03:43 min | 2 months ago

"cane" Discussed on Daddy Issuez Coven

"Home this weekend you can order it for christmas. I'm sure they're gonna shut shipping them and listen. If anything goes wrong you would call it. But you can't because you can't breathe in your dead now. It's called real botox. So check out real botox in cells. God do you know who you kip is now this really like right wing piece of shit political party over here in the uk. They're the ones that like sort of institute of break say brought all the white supremacist out. You know don it so. The leader obviously stepped down ages ago and they elected a new leader and guess what his name is dick. Brave dick brain grew up in england and had a name like that. I thought you know what i'm gonna go into politics. I'm behind him. I wish i could vote. I wish i could throw my hat in for dick brain. Les's admitting it on the table. i appreciate that. Let's not masquerade as you're a better person and you're gonna do shit that's good near addict brain. Thank you thank you. Thank you fantastic as you were sir. He owns it. Well does not. He does massive tantrums all the time because of all the ridicule. But that's what you get for being a racist pc shape and named the brain. You make it easy for everyone. Well i quit you. We have one of those. You want it you want to train. i'll give you ours if you give me yours. Oh my god no. You don't wanna cheat for christmas come on. He's such an angry tyrant you can put him in the white house and he'll leave and then you have to fund him to other stage just because he wants to be there and play golf scree screed. He loves himself. i don't know what else he loves. But he loves himself as tempting as it would to trade just so that we can see him ridiculed bus scotland on a daily basis. Now not worth it. I want to see. The scots revolts against him. I think that show would be hilarious. Like kilson everything the whole lot. Let's go old style braveheart. Come on keep waiting for scotland to rise up and like ransacked the houses of the rich and once and for all. You know if you guys don't know this about my wife. She's a social anarchist. I love her for it. I don't vote. That is a vote. You're welcome if you wanna have a debate with me about politics. explain to you how. The electoral college works okay. And then we'll have that discussion in short order. Astles like any of you old people listening which you're not but if you were i can honestly say you're stuck in a generation where your vote.

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"cane" Discussed on Daddy Issuez Coven

Daddy Issuez Coven

02:14 min | 2 months ago

"cane" Discussed on Daddy Issuez Coven

"I see these arms you can't even be bothered called their submissive. Fuck you seriously fuck you. Because you're sagas no waiting and then you know. They're not doing anything exciting. Oh it adds it adds to the mystique. No it doesn't do. You're sitting on your couch right now. You're eating fucking doritos. You're watching netflix. Stop pretending like you're doing some secret. Awesome master shit. We all know you're not now and also we also know you're holding your phone at all times astles so when you don't mind we know that you chose. It takes more time for you to ignore your than just like hey you know it.

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"cane" Discussed on Daddy Issuez Coven

Daddy Issuez Coven

05:54 min | 2 months ago

"cane" Discussed on Daddy Issuez Coven

"Yeah well if that's what you want. If that's what you want i mean the thing is it's going to hurt. Yeah it's gonna hurt worse than yeah. It's going to be painful for you. It will take some time to get over. You'll have to work on getting over it because especially with protocols in place you're going to be almost stopping yourself from doing the things you're used to doing so little things are big things so if you are somebody who is just starting to break protocol maybe you break one protocol. The first day start small absolutely. And if that's the case or if this is the dominant you wanna stay with and you're perfectly happy with how your dynamic is and there's not more you want to do or to learn to look at or if you're just happy with them then don't ask to be released but if you're in that situation where you're like this is not really working out for me anymore. Don't be afraid. Asked to be released like she said. Thank them for what they've ear speak to them. Don't be passive aggressive don't we. We're just sit down and talk to them. We hate passive aggressiveness. Your passive aggressive with me. I will dismiss you before you can tell me why i am sorry not sorry. Why had to dismiss miscarriages. It's what it is. Listen if you haven't looked at your priorities like an adult which you should be then. Don't come at my door seriously. Yeah and if you don't to me if you can be passive aggressive to someone that shows that you do not have the respect that someone should have for their dominant. Yeah even you brats well. That's the thing. Brad's won't do shit like that will. They don't need to be passive. They're just actively bratty. They're not they're not. Why make little sod. They're going to be brats they're going to do. They're saying which is great and you guys are adorable. And i love you but yeah you can't don't handle it like a bitch down to sit down like the adults who you are and talk it out and it's gonna hurt and it's gonna take time to heal but sometimes it is for the best. I feel like that's good advice because if someone on sat me down and had this conversation with me when i was younger i might have changed things in the original dynamic. I had to make it more sustainable. But i also probably would have ended it sooner because i think there was a point which i had already accepted. I learned everything i could from the dominant i was with but i love the sex. You know like really. It was fucking phenomenal. And i didn't think i would ever find that anywhere.

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"cane" Discussed on Daddy Issuez Coven

Daddy Issuez Coven

04:29 min | 2 months ago

"cane" Discussed on Daddy Issuez Coven

"We are not there just to fulfill your needs as a submissive when you give that power over to a dominant that power is gone. Right have that anymore. You're fucking role is to serve right. Not and and oh well i haven't yet fucking shut up. Because here's the thing. When i was a sub now i will say this. When i was a sub i was very well trained old guard. Okay no fucking joke god damn. He was older than you. Now when can woods not getting and this was his first sub. I was one of his longer ones By a long way like he didn't call me for a year and that sometimes it takes years for some people. I was just very very well. Behaved as a yeah. You have to sort of see how it develops. That's what he said he was like. He kinda set the standards. I was like well. How long does it take he goes. How long does it take any stared at me. You know i was like oh getting in line. Sorry speaking. I know i know i learned a lot from him and we're still we still speak. We still speak. We don't see each other at all but we speak. I feel that a good dominant. You could always reference. And there's some time. There are exceptions to this rule. But i have always felt comfortable reaching out to him when i was distressed. Didn't know what to do. He's been a long term presence in my life. Probably half my life now. But when i my initial interest were in pleasing him not establishing my kinks and again this is. This is the danger. I was facilitating his fetishes. His fantasies his kings. Because i hadn't figured out what i was into so while i wasn't against it you know i hadn't figured out we'll ship maybe i'm into airplay or maybe you ever. Did you ever go to him and asked to talk about it. Be like you know. i'll be honest. i didn't even. I didn't even know what to ask for. That's how green. I was right and that's why i'm saying this because sometimes you don't even know what other kink is out there so you're just like this is it. This is the whole thing. This is the whole burrito. This this is why is it so important to go to various things. Watch different things and see. If it's something that interests you know an event you talk to like we talked about. I'm sorry i just meant to say like events are good to like you talked about last week. I mean events or one of those places where you can pick role for a night and even if you don't want to pick a role for night you can just watch. Because there's there's so many different you go to an event or something like the dungeon party or something you're going to see a wide variety of play..

"cane" Discussed on Daddy Issuez Coven

Daddy Issuez Coven

05:42 min | 2 months ago

"cane" Discussed on Daddy Issuez Coven

"It's not completely a selfish endeavor either because in the long term if you don't know what your interest truly are where your boundaries truly lie. Then how are you to find the right match like to me. You can't find a match if you don't even know what it is that you are because you can't find a counterpart without knowing the piece you're working with and you're still gonna have like experiences. Yeah because people looking. But at least you'll know people are fickle. No matter what kind of relationship you're having it could be a friendship. It can be a family relationship. It can be a sexual relationship it could be a hookup and it can be a kinky. I think that there's this misunderstanding. That when you have a dominant or you have a sub that it's just a forever thing that that's great if you can work that out. But you can't necessarily work that out. If you haven't worked you out i will. Yeah but i didn't do that. So mine's more of cautionary tale. Because i entered the scene. As a submissive i had dominant. That was a good bit older than me. Not a lifetime. But when you're young and here's the other cautionary part of it. You don't really fucking think it through you know you're like this is cool. You know our it is when you're endorphins are running and your hardest pumping and you're in sub space like this is it. This is my perfect brand of heroin. But that's actually not the case what you're doing is you're your body's reacting to a stimuli. It's not the same thing as you having a relationship. And i think that needs to be said because subs especially. I don't see this as much in slaves. But subs. I see this more in. Subs you get so bonded that you don't know how to live life independent of your dominant and that is a dangerous thing while you should be serving your dominant if you've never been anything else but sub you've never been switch. You've never tried being dominant. You've never served under another dominant. Perhaps you don't have sub friends..

"cane" Discussed on Daddy Issuez Coven

Daddy Issuez Coven

02:30 min | 2 months ago

"cane" Discussed on Daddy Issuez Coven

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"cane" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

03:51 min | 3 months ago

"cane" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

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"cane" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

06:30 min | 3 months ago

"cane" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Can yemi. The question is can carolina on lock the offense and they're betting that they can and like you. I wonder where they started. Is there anything else you feel. We have to add their brady ca. Chuck do you think that there's a. There's a shot that anyone goes for it. I don't know i. It's a good question i mean. Put it this way. I haven't heard that. I'm not to say that. I think it won't happen. I just haven't heard the one team that has been really concerned about offer sheets. All summer has been vancouver. And i know they were at the start of free agency and maybe all summer is not right because i think it kind of toned down but i think when they saw what happened with cartoon yemi last week i think they kind of looked at it like how could this happen to us now and i think they might have even wondered if montreal doesn't keep caulking yemi could they offer sheet us now and i don't even know if montreal considered it but i think vancouver's been really paranoid about that. I've never heard about ottawa worrying about it. I haven't heard kentucky name with it doesn't mean it can't happen but i i haven't heard it with cacak i have heard that vancouver's been worried about it with paterson. We saw that with the initial creation the salary cap space. But the the the question now becomes with leah's pederson and throw queen us into that conversation as well as we record this. And i have a look here. It is saturday. September fourth ten forty eight eastern. What's happening with these two. You know. I think they took a break wasn't really going anywhere. I think they took some time off. Most if not all of august. And now i think they'll start again but i think they took some time off and that's why there wasn't a lot of news and you know the other one is capris off. If you followed any of michael roussel's reporting this week. Yup he thinks that they're getting close on somewhere around five times nine. I never thought the cage l. was realistic for him this year. I think that was more of a bluff than anything else. You know bill garin. I mean that guy seen everything. I don't think he was overly bothered by it but it sounds like you know. They're starting to get into the the proper ballpark. They're just me is. That seem a lot for a player coming off rookie season. He's not typical. I know he's now. You're quote unquote traditional rookie. Hey he's nineteen years old and that's a lot of no. this is a player in his mid twenties. Who's completely galvanized. This squad and pretty much changed complexion of the minnesota wild organization. Like he's he's on more than just what he's done on the ice. Now it's it's it's a different organization but it just just on face value. He's one year in. I know he had a ridiculous season with the minnesota wild. I'm millions a lot of money for each. I don't care. I'm still paying it. You know we just talked about the situation here with kotkin yemi where it was clear that the relationship got a bit mangled at the end. Don't mangle this relationship. This is a cornerstone player. Find a way. He doesn't want to do an eight year deal. Bring it down a bit. Say look we need this term which is what it sounds like. Minnesota's done no. I don't have any issue with them. Offering him or giving him five times nine. I don't know who would accept bad. Podcast hosts except bad. Yeah i talk. I'm real loud and wrong talking from the back seat. I got zero hands on in this day and age. That will get you a big contracts. Did you like anyone in the industry. We hear from them. It's like listening to this. Podcast like you have no hands on the wheel if you ever did you would not behave the way you talk on this podcast. Not a chance. Nhl and the olympics. Yeah let's close on this one this and there's a number of opt-outs and a number of people that now these people are predisposed to being cynical in the first place which many people in the industry are to begin with. Who say yeah. There's not a chance that they're going when you look at the list of opt-outs and you know what this season may end looking like boat are your thoughts on this one. No real question attached to it. Just the nhl and the olympics looks like is on the horizon fingers crossed with as you said stipulations. I knew the woman was going to be there about. If things get worse they can leave. I didn't realize the other one was going to be there. That was news to me when it came out about if the chelsea already a point where it can't reschedule games during the season parameters than they can cancel too. I didn't realize that when. I thought that was really interesting. You know. there's a couple things that stand out here number one. You notice how the quote from the league was not from the commissioner. He couldn't even fake and excited quote for this one. So i think that shows you how the the league. The team fields. Somebody said to me. And they wouldn't share it with me. But they said the memo that came around from the league to the teams it didn't exactly drip with. Excitement is what they said. The other thing is and and. I don't think this should be forgotten here. Is the players really voted with their hearts here. I don't even think the nhlpa as a whole is that crazy about this. I really don't i am with you. Free but a million percent. But a million i i gotta tell you i think even some of the agents were like. This doesn't really met a lot of sense but the players said we don't want to hear it we do not want to hear it. Take that and put it where the sun don't shine. We want the olympics. I am of the belief that the. Pa didn't like the deal but to your point the players said we don't care about the concerns that the pa has about this deal. We just want to.

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"cane" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

09:05 min | 3 months ago

"cane" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Some of the teams i think are pretty analytically inclined indicated to me that they do see something there and one. Gm i know hated what carolina did said. The one thing. I will grudgingly admit is that it's hard to find centers and berge oven. This week had to work so hard to find one. 'cause it's a center and there just aren't a lot and said from a purely strategic standpoint. He said if you're going to offer sheet a position that might be the smartest one to do and the way to do it as well. I wanna get to that in a second whether there is a new formula to help make your offer sheet more successful but to the point about centers. It is rare that a player can walk into the nhl as a senator and play center. It's an incredibly difficult position. Your responsibilities are sky high and that's just to be a bottom six center. You imagine a top six center with all those minutes responsibilities you carry. It is rare that you walk in if you're center playing junior or division one or wherever to walk into the h. L. place center. The wiser move is always if you're not going to walk into the number. One center elite level franchise changing center. Start on the wing like hasn't that been the history of the game going back to the you know. Even the the origins of the draft outside of the super megastars. If you're a senator generally you start on the wing and then eventually you make that transition to your natural position. Once you're acclimatize. i'd just look at the the entire handling of. Yes berry kotkin yemi by the shaw canes. And that's the one thing that stands out like to your point i remember that dallas draft well. Montreal needs a standard. They're going to get a center. Yes very kotkin. Yemi who that year in the draft you know started as a low first rounder and every year. There's one of these guys in. He was zits at the The quote unquote raza's deleen draft in two thousand eighteen. Finds himself inside the top ten and cooking emmys case top three where he wasn't at the beginning of the season and montreal grabs him and the expectation. A for a center is huge. Which is why the the one thing that i keep coming back to as to what went wrong with cooking immune montreal is they start the played as a centre. God that's hard. That is so tough. And that's why i go back to the the idea of you know dear regret anything. This isn't necessarily bergeford. Maybe the entire trucking's organization is maybe not starting mode on the wing. Just get used to the nhl then slide. I wonder if carolina will do that a little bit fridge. I totally back. Because you look at the death right. And they got a lot of centers. Yeah they got a lot of centers and even on the third line like you think very jammies taking jordan staal spot on the third line i to me. It looks like the bringing. Yes berry. kenya yemen. There's no spot down the middle forum and that's a good thing. Put him on the wall. Give him some consistency giving him tons of wraps and he can take faceoffs on the strong side. If you're sure as the week went on and talk to people thought a lot about this and by the way to your point about advanced metrics analytics teams that are more analytically oriented than others when it comes to carolina. The presence of someone. Like eric tulsky in the organization whenever a move like this is made i have a hard time believing that tulsky doesn't give this one the green light. I would think that's probably true. That's why i look at this when i say okay. Even though some of the numbers that are public might not be flattering for can yemi man talkies part of this organization. That's a really smart future. Gm rate there. Let me ask you about the nature of this offer sheet and is this the way you get it done now. Offer sheets that we've seen before. Just use a sebastian. Aho offer she with montreal. And carolina for the obvious reasons have always been multi-year extensions have always been multiyear contracts rather and those become easier to match because you have to make the money balance out over the seasons. This one is the one year wallpaper just to get the player. Do you think this is now the model just to grab the player load up on the one year just to get him. It could be. You know it's been talked about before like we said last week. This was what vancouver and jamie ban were going to do and then vancouver decided not to do it. It's never really been tested before until this week. Now we'll see if someone else decides to do it. You think there's another prime sheet cat. Oh auto wah with kituku. Just mentioned him a couple of seconds ago that that to be would be an obvious one just because again this may go to you know what offended carolina in the first place with the iowa offer. She which is reputational just to be blunt. Cheapness know. there's the test. Oh as eugene gonna pay this if we submit a one year. High money offer sheet to brady shock while the senators match. I don't think it's entirely fair to say he won't pay you. Know he paid chabad eight times eight. Yeah and i've got gotta think they've offered ca chuck the scene. I find it very hard to believe that. They haven't offered ca chuck the same kind of deal so that would indicate then at that group believes he's worth more look like one of the things vote. The family is look the smart family like all of them. They know the business for obvious reasons. And they know they're worth like you look at the deal. That matthew signing calgary three times seven. He knows his worth right. I just think that brady could chuck. And his everybody who surround family an agent they know his worth. And you look at what's getting signed out there on an eight year deal. He's probably well over that. I don't think it's got anything to do with brady kabq not wanting to play in ottawa. And i would assume if he got a big time offer sheet the sanders would match it. Because he's just too important. But when i look at why this don yet and his peer dory on said this week when he was talking about the in the aftermath of the bathrooms and extension. You know they're talking. I just think that the ca- chop family knows the business they know the worth. They understand how everything works. And i just think they're going to play it to that level. You're going to pay our kids what they're worth and i think it's that simple. I don't think it's anything more sinister or devious in any way than that. Now that he's a member of the carolina hurricanes. Do you have a feeling one way or another. And we're not going to know until january knee answered to this the extension but we have. What's the long term here for your sperry. Culkeen emmy in carolina. You know again you know. We talked about this last week. You know they were allowed to talk to him about any contract because he was a restricted. Free agent yeah and so they know what he was looking for in a long term deal. I don't think that the hurricanes will be as obvious as to announce it on okay. Let's pop the champagne. Twenty twenty two await. Here's an extension for that's very ryan seacrest is. The ball is dropping. Kiss the person next to you. Then ryan seacrest announces that scary kotkin yemi assigned extent with the carolina hurricanes. I think they'll wait a little bit longer than that. But i do. Think there's something somewhere between four and five million a year pending how he plays of course sure and let's less than with the The offer sheet number one. Yes a thought or perspective on because listen. People loved it on social media. Unless you're halves. Fan give a thought on or a feeling on how carolina handled this one. We've been seeing an offer sheet handled like this whether it was you know playing with numbers. Here's twenty years fifteen The stuff on twitter all the sudden social media you know Swapping out to french the very public taunting personally. I have zero problem with it but then listen. I'm not married to a team..

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"cane" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

05:51 min | 3 months ago

"cane" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Knights with with mitch monir and with matthew chuck as well and martin drove that thing orally drove that thing I want to get back to divorce in a second. But i want to focus and stay a little bit here On your thoughts on birgitta and we've talked about it before you've made the point about how much of a control freak he is and how he gyms saying you know you can either suffer the pain of discipline or you can suffer the pain of regrets and you know when you're a control freak like burgess. Is you suffer the pain of discipline because you control everything around. Everything goes through you. But i wonder about the other side of that. I wonder about regret through this entire process whether it's the conversations with carolina even going back to the draft where they took cook and yemi third overall instead of a player. Like phillips edina or brady chock etcetera. Do you think through all of this situation with Yes berry kotkin me and that does go back to that draft. What do you think. Mark berge van if anything. Maybe the answer is nothing. What do you think he regrets. You know it's a tough one for me to answer because you know what i remember about that draft so cockney. Mb goes third and berge even take some and he says. I need to center. And i gotta get a center and i'm taking this guy and you remember what happen with the next pick pretty shocked and would happen that night when ottawa took brady ca chuck know what happened. Peer door got lambasted. Like i couldn't believe it actually really. I don't remember that. Oh it was a tire fire on twitter because the year before could chuck had what like nine goals. Yeah yeah yeah. He was a winger who had nine goals and people were looking at like. How can you take a winger who had nine goals fourth overall. And i eight goals. Excuse me i don't mean to be inaccurate And i remember he got lambasted for that. Pick and you know. Look how could chuck has turned out. And we'll get the ca- chuck on this podcast and a couple of minutes like i think if you've done your homework on a player and you believe that you you're taking that player you do it. You do it now. there are situations in the draft. Where that's worked. Derek morris with calgary remember when they took him he was ranked fifty third. They took him high any play. One thousand games brady chuck. They took him. He's a heck of a player for them. You know there's situations where that hasn't worked but you the player where you want. I have no problem. You know that first training camp. I was talking about with eric angles tonight. After the offer sheet they decided not to match. It ingles said that he covered that training camp and cockamamie deserve to make the team and when he got sent down to the american hockey league. People were calling. Cocu me of boston. Burs van was like no. He's nineteen years old. There's still a lot of time to go here the way berge talkable cockamamie me at the end of the season and sometimes i equate that to burs. Irvine's first language is not english. So i think sometimes. He's more blunt and english that he really means to be in your eyes from what you've seen. Where's he at right. Now what do you. What do you need to see in this off season. When he comes back and training camp in all. I keep working on getting stronger and stronger. Like is only twenty one. So you there's ple- plenty of room for growth on his. You know his lower body strength. You know bug battles That's part of being still young. Like i said it's easily twenty one. Another twenty five years old where he's done growing think he's still could get stronger that we're helping as a and be more More In day in and they out the more you know We knowing what to expect games after games so you will ever stretch. Where is very good. And then seems like he's really confidence and then the gets away from playing the is styled successful for him when he does that. These you know he's he that's success. Oh it's you know it's knowing your your limitation knowing the game and the growing with the with what bring success to your game and that's what turkey needs to improve shawn cable. I just think at the end of the year you could tell. And i said at the time jeff that player and team were not comfortable with each other and i think that's what it came down to. I think the player sensed it. I think the team sensed it. You know. I did a lot of research into like what people think about. Caughlin yemi around around the league this week. And you know. The bet that carolina's making is that he will have a higher offensive upside than he's shown and carolina is team finland. They've got fins up and down the roster. They've drafted even more than this year. So this is a player that they know and have guys who know really well. And i'll tell you this like the amazing thing to me is in a lot of the analytic jeff that we get around the sport. Some of the stuff is proprietary. So you know. We don't see everything that teams. But i know in some of the public models. They don't think cockatiel is ever going to be a major factor.

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The Benefits of Exercise Vs. Diet For Fat Loss

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:28 min | 3 months ago

The Benefits of Exercise Vs. Diet For Fat Loss

"Now. What's also interesting. Is that another study compared. And this when you're gonna find fascinating. So what they did was. They put people into a negative energy balance. Like you would if you're on a diet or you weren't eating enough calories or you're exercising or exercising and restricting calories and what they found was well what they looked at first of all what they looked at was participants in which they got them into a negative energy balance by having an exercise their way to a negative energy balance so exercising to burn calories and burn a greater number of calories. And you're taking in caloric restriction to do the same thing or combining exercise with caloric restriction. Now here's what's interesting when we look at visceral fat which is arguably one of the types of fat stats of particular concern because it is the type of fat that's associated with an increase in metabolic risk and you compare that to the amount of subcutaneous fat loss. Which is you know. That's more the battle on your arms. Your legs less less problematic when it comes to chronic disease risk factors what the findings were was that all the groups that experience a negative energy balance through either clark restriction or exercise loss fat but the group that achieved all of their weight loss via exercise lost the most amount of the visceral fat even more than the people who got the negative balance through a combination of exercise and calorie restriction. So this kind of shows you that. I mean from a fat loss and particularly a decrease in a problematic type of fat trying to get the the best way to do. It is via movement not just dieting and even movement alone seems to be able to do and this is probably because skeletal muscle can act in different organs just like hormones. Skeletal muscle secretions action. Different hormones are in different organs so those molecules called myo canes and their secretion is influenced by exercise for example i'll six which is a site. Akina gets a created by your muscles. During exercise that promotes we know this visceral adipose tissue loss in response to exercise possibly even related to that vesicles signaling effect that i brought up earlier that they've just studied and found but i mean if you're in a scenario where like dieting is not an option. Whatever maybe it's a highly social scenario or your family union on vacation or whatever you can still stave off all of the nasty fat accumulation. That's the most problematic kind of fat accumulation through just exercise actually beats out dieting. Jeff was super interesting

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‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Reunites Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill

The Fantasmagorium Show

02:00 min | 3 months ago

‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Reunites Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill

"Jurassic world dominion reunites. Laura dern jeff goldblum and sam neill in the some new cinema con footage universal pictures unlocked cage. On the first new footage from jurassic world dominion on wednesday night in las vegas presenting it in mikan the annual convention and movie theater owners. The studio offered up it behind the scenes. Look at the Returning cast of the original jurassic park. Laura dern as dr elliott sadler Sam neill alan grant and jeff. Goldblum is ian malcolm It was previously reported that the iconic trio would join Would join franchise stars. Chris pratt and bryce dallas howard in the third installment of call intra varos Run of the films While understanding well under. But i'm sorry undeniably tra- varas baby. The footage kicked off with an unseen. Home movie real starring. The world's the world's the world's creator and original. I'm sorry. I thought you said creature creator and original director steven spielberg. He is talent. I'm thinking to myself. Why is steven nobrega creature now. Technically the grainy clip should spielberg In safari gear on the set of the nineteen ninety-three film Explaining a film prop to a child actor. The problem of course was the cane. Used by a richard attenborough topped with a globe of amber housing a petrified mosquito inside and the cain was the first building block in engineering dinosaurs for the fictional park. That's cool so they said that was cool. They showed that kind of grainy. Home movie footage for that At an inner will interwoven with behind the scenes and a trailer. I think or or what they would probably not trailer behind the scenes

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Late-Stage Cancer Healing with Life Coach Tara Coyote

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

02:24 min | 3 months ago

Late-Stage Cancer Healing with Life Coach Tara Coyote

"Why the time. I moved back home to hawaii which was in the winter of two thousand nineteen and for the next few months. I was in such bad health space. I had so much cancer my lungs. I can't hold a conversation. I had to sleep sitting up for two months. Because i had so much cancer my lungs i was literally choking in my sleep. My bones were breaking down. I started walking with a cane. During that time i was referred to hospice and it was petrifying. You know i was losing weight. It was it was clear on my way out. And i'm very fortunate that the medical system here in hawaii they have aloha spirit. You know it's all about love and acceptance and my doctors here. They didn't push me. They weren't blowing me in the same way unfortunately did a northern california and they said listen. You know doing chemo could possibly save your life. But if you don't you probably have six months to live which it was true like my. I was dying. My partner at the time was literally scared. I would die in my sleep. So i had to face my worst fear of doing chemotherapy and face a lot of the traumas around my best friend. Deb's staff and i really sat with a question of do i wanna live. Do i want to do what scares me. The most and my son was twenty. Six at the time. And i thought i wanted to be here for my son. I had so many friends in my similar situation. Who had died from adhering to the natural route and i saw myself going that direction so i really checked in with myself and i said okay. I'm gonna do chemo. I'm gonna face my fears. I did the work of byron. Katie really questioned my thoughts and turn it around like you know at first. I thought he is poison. That will kill me. And i was in the public is sharing this message to so i really humble myself to turn this message around and tell the public okay. I'm doing chemo now So i had to turn the thought around from it. Being poisoned to it being healing nectar and i started doing chemotherapy It was very hard but it was a tremendous rothe experience. I'm so grateful. I did

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Several San Jose Sharks Teammates Don't Want Evander Kane Back on the Team

The Instigators with Andrew Peters and Craig Rivet

01:53 min | 4 months ago

Several San Jose Sharks Teammates Don't Want Evander Kane Back on the Team

"Craig, if you can believe that. I feel like that. We've heard that before. Somewhere with Evander Kane surprising I don't know. I guess you know what? When? When he had left to San Jose. I You know, like, okay, so I always kind of wished the best for players. Always do you know if if a guy's got off ice issues or whatever you hope that he can figure it out and You know what I mean and grow from it right? And when he went to San Jose I thought Was good for the same as that he was gone. Um, thank Yeah. But I also thought when you know when he lands there, and Joe Thornton picks him up and brings him to his house. I think, Okay, this is going to be a a new turn for Evander Kane here because he's going to have you know a good mentor there with Jumbo and Other good leaders that they had there in San Jose. And I thought, you know what this could be beneficial for. Um, So here's to hoping that You can you can sharpen up. You know, And then here we are. And so, so Kevin Kurtz has been on our show before yesterday was reporting that Players. On San Jose. We're talking about How they don't want him back. Says the team was trying to trade Kane earlier this summer, a source says, confirming a report from the daily face off. A big part of the reason for the team to pursue a deal was canes strained relationship with many of his teammates, according to several sources, According to one source. The frustration with Kane stem from the general disrespect of team rules such as being late for practices and games. And zero consequences came, which caused ripple effect with other younger players, added the source. According to another source, it wasn't easy dealing with him this season, so We'll talk about another

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NHL to Investigate Allegation That Evander Kane Bet on His Own Games

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

01:53 min | 4 months ago

NHL to Investigate Allegation That Evander Kane Bet on His Own Games

"Elliott considering the nhl's involved with numerous sports betting partnerships and have partnered with numerous sports books any indication of games being either thrown or players. Betting on their own games are taken seriously by the league and vander canes wife on instagram saying quote. Can someone asked gary bettman how they let a player gamble on his own games bet and win with bookies on his own games The nhl reacted swiftly and indicated. They will conduct a full investigation. To which elliott friedman says. What i'm sensitive to this whole evanger keene situation and a lot of people i talked to are the team that you know everybody's caught up in the allegations and what's been posted on social media but i think there are also people involved here who are sensitive to the fact that no it looks like he's headed to a divorce and you know i'm sensitive divorce personally jeff. Because in my family there have been a few of them and my friends have been through a few of them. And i see the bite it takes out of everyone involved and you know there's a young child here to a young daughter so i think people are really sensitive to that that the qian's are going through a very difficult difficult situation and if you can avoid it you don't wanna make it worse. You want to try to find a way to make that as easy as possible on everyone involved including the child so some of the people i've spoken to are like that's the big thing. We really should be worried about here. And i wanted to say that. Cain released a statement on his social media accounts on sunday morning. Denying the gambling

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2 Weeks Post-Surgery, Pope Francis Appears at Vatican Window

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

2 Weeks Post-Surgery, Pope Francis Appears at Vatican Window

"Pope Francis is back at work I need two weeks off to surgery that removed a portion of his cane on the pontiff received his weekly appearances from a bathroom window to bless the faithful in St Peter's square Fonsi's sounds simple but someone did at one point was blind from north team in it well not mentioning his own situation Francis in his remarks stressed the value of taking a break he recommended rest contemplation and compassion saying let's take advantage of some of time for this exactly we can hear Fonsi's had to live with the blessing from hospital balcony thanking everyone who looked off to him I'm Karen Thomas

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Mexican Coke (MM #3755)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Mexican Coke (MM #3755)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. If you live anywhere with a growing Hispanic population, when you hear Mexican Coke, you get excited. I don't mean cocaine talking about Coca Cola because there's a difference between a Mexican Coca-Cola and a regular American Coca-Cola. It's all about the sugar that is used in America. They use high fructose corn syrup to sweeten a Coca-Cola in Mexico, bottle down there. It's all about pure cane sugar. It's the way Coca-Cola used to be back in the olden days but we switched to corn syrup. I think in the 1960s and 1970s and I used to think for sure it didn't matter. It was about the same thing. Really what, what is the Mexican Coke? Always comes in a glass bottle, which does make it colder, allows it to be colder than the plastic bottles of the cans. But when I had my first Mexican Coke a few years back, I was sold. It's not quite as sweet as the high fructose, corn syrup Americanized version of Coca-Cola, but there's something special, there's something refreshing and yes, it's the combination of being in the bottle and being the right temperature, and being just the right sweetness, Mexican Coca-Cola. If you ever see one on a menu, it's worth the extra money. Trust me on this month.

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Mexican Coke (MM #3755)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Mexican Coke (MM #3755)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. If you live anywhere with a growing Hispanic population, when you hear Mexican Coke, you get excited. I don't mean cocaine talking about Coca Cola because there's a difference between a Mexican Coca-Cola and a regular American Coca-Cola. It's all about the sugar that is used in America. They use high fructose corn syrup to sweeten a Coca-Cola in Mexico, bottle down there. It's all about pure cane sugar. It's the way Coca-Cola used to be back in the olden days but we switched to corn syrup. I think in the 1960s and 1970s and I used to think for sure it didn't matter. It was about the same thing. Really what, what is the Mexican Coke? Always comes in a glass bottle, which does make it colder, allows it to be colder than the plastic bottles of the cans. But when I had my first Mexican Coke a few years back, I was sold. It's not quite as sweet as the high fructose, corn syrup Americanized version of Coca-Cola, but there's something special, there's something refreshing and yes, it's the combination of being in the bottle and being the right temperature, and being just the right sweetness, Mexican Coca-Cola. If you ever see one on a menu, it's worth the extra money. Trust me on this month.

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"cane" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

06:42 min | 5 months ago

"cane" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

"Would sort of breakdown and non-recoverable from and he soon learned that it's just another piece of damage on a piece of furniture. You can fix it and he said it was actually about mindset shift. From the fact that any situation as repairable i mean any mistake is recoverable from it was that mindset shift. Ramey helped ten in his recovery. And he's actually doing an undergraduate degree in pattern cutting now so he's moved into fashion and is thriving in life which is really lovely to say in terms of i guess the broader furniture industry and i guess fashion as well but in a way. I guess it's almost a little bit counterintuitive for companies to be looking at repairing old furniture. Things that you know could be replaced with something new. That could potentially make money from that. So how is this being viewed. I guess from an industry perspective. How aware of brands of a more of a consumer demand to be able to have the offering of repair and service talking to chris miller runs. I think europe's largest lighting salvage brand named actually. Just don't take back scheme so if you've had one of their lights for longer than a year you can bring it back and they will give you fifty percent of its value towards a new light which actually solves a problem for him because there's only so many industrial lights out that to be salvaged so from his point of view. It's incentivized but i think there is a real shift in consumer and consumer demand that people want to buy lasts is a shift that starting to happen. My thanks to katy finally on today's show an update from our milan correspondent ivan ca value. Who joins me down the line ivan. How things in milan at the moment. It seems like it's sunny and it's a pretty optimistic place to be right now. Yeah hey no. There's a lot of good news actually on the design front because with reopenings There's the possibility for people to go out and visit a lot of great exhibits and also new museums. If you want to get into some design shows and a lot about design now's a good time to come along amazing. So i guess in italy generally we've got the biennale early open in venice celona coming in september. Looks like there's a new museum opening their. How would you clown tinari for people wanting to have a design trip to milan over the summer. A great new thing is the id which is association. That runs the combustible door. Which for those. Who don't know the compulsive door is the famous design prize. That's been in italy for decades that help to set up and they have their now a permanent collection and museum where you can go and visit in milan and see some of these great pieces of not only furniture but also lighting design even automotive design. It's super exciting. News design museum is opening in italy. Sometimes these institutions. They have a different success in different places. Who do you think this. New museum appeals to is this. You know lots of italians are just so interested in what happens. I guess in the country is designed seen in in the creative industries or are they trying to attract tourists. I mean it's quite a bold move to launch a new design museum. This year has been in the works for many many years and sometimes red tape. Slow things down but i really think it's for multiple published. You have the visitors. Who who now in milan in the recent years since the world's fair we've gotten these weekend travelers who wanna get something in besides shopping and eating and so here's a great way to get in and learn about the design history for design students whether they'd be italian design students or foreigners. A lot of the design the past few wanted sort of really interact with zayn in milan. It was through the brands in their showrooms to learn about the great rich history of italy in terms of furniture and lighting design. You had to go through that avenue and now you can really get a sense of the overview of how the industry has evolved and all the key figures and iconic models for example like the toenail lamb from dellucci things that are basically in our daily lives that we kind of forgotten about yet. They're so iconic sir. Let's move away from museums and look at shops. You've written a very beautiful piece. For our quality of life is and from anderson is also another retailer. These places up both in milan so maybe you could give us a quick preview of what you've done for the magazine and then you can talk about this new fashion enterprise in the city as well sure dictionary which is a menswear store principally. They do some stuff as well. It's been around for ten years. It's it's a great neighborhood shop to bit of a challenge if you're a multibrand store because you're surrounded by mona brands. Obviously trying to show off their in milan. They have a base here but dictionaries a great neighborhood store and the owner cheeto cheetos basically going to great cuny collection. We mixes niche brands with also news of brands from abroad. Like lapaz from portugal. Ymca you must create a great neighborhood store. One of the brands of the actually cells their camel. Which is from the heartland. The wool industry stephanos. We'll get the designer owner of komo is come up with a new concept to sort of deal with the fact that in the online world has been so key for fashion retail ecommerce but accepted. It wants to do a new concept where it's a space. It's kind of a hybrid between sort of showroom and a space where several times a month you can common try and items and then order them online there at the store and they'll come to you. He's done this model. He's discovered that people some ads for some pieces. He sends them ten or twelve pieces. They sort of look what they have. No wardrobe mix and match. This is back. They buy a few so he wants to create this physical space. Where you can come try on. Some pieces have a drink. He'll show limited edition capsule collections. And other times he'll also have other events bringing other designers other small niche labels like himself and create this meeting space. That you have something that's not. Just the flat world of online commerce. Which many brands especially small brands that had to use to survive and promote themselves. So i think it's quite interesting concept the sort of mixture between say a showroom space and something's retail as well my thanks to monaco's a milan correspondent ivan value there. And that's all the time we have on today's sure if you're keen even more designed related listening than catch a five minute mid week sister show monaco on design extra it as every thursday. Today's show was produced and edited by mail evans. Thanks to our research. As nick. Minnie's and charlie phil mccord. I'm nolan giles. Thank you very much for listening and goodbye..

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"cane" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

07:54 min | 5 months ago

"cane" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

"I'm interested in ending by talking a little bit about the trajectory of modernism. In general over the course of the existence of your company because you developed your own modernist philosophy and approach to making stuff feel the last twenty years modernism as an aesthetic has gained a degree popular attraction which hasn't had previously. How has your work related to that kind of explosion interest. Well i think that when we started we were all about mixing the principles of modernism. The sort of core principles that people like dita roms and others have talked about. We're very much modernised and believers in those core principles but our take on him was a little bit more warm a little more comforting little bit more comfort and mixing it with craft. We were really big. Proponents of craft in the early two thousand win. The whole sort of explosion craft hadn't really quite happened yet. it was really just being talked about. There was a lot of craft aspects in food at that time. But now we've sort of you fast forward. Almost twenty and the whole idea of the resurgence of craft is kind of everywhere so we've watched that evolution of modernism together with craft really sort of grow and become more and more popular. I think that that's really been the evolution. That mixture of craft with modern principles. I think business central quality to modernism. And i think that it's not based on the novelty Of a stylistic approach even though it gets colder style now. I think that the roots aubert are about the structure and actually the essential elements so pairing things back. And i think that's a very timeless idea. It translates through time. Because as you live and us because it's also designed around functionality. It's not just designed around and aesthetic as you live and use things thailand believe. You're i get tired of them. I think that whole idea timelessness that you can still be inspired by these things and look at some of the furniture that you still have available today. Design was launched sixty odd years ago plus there still is beautiful today and there still is meaningful and still inspire people and i just think that simplicity just is really really important and then as we combine that with natural materials and people always have a connection to natural materials so there's always a fascination with that and there's also obviously a timelessness around that is the beauty of any kind of detail you get you get from the material whether it's grain of the wood or the banning of a marble or the weeding of kane. I think that's why that modernism has been with us for such a long time. And i don't think it's gonna go away anytime soon. Obviously that wars craig. Bascom and scott fellows there in conversation with a new york correspondent. Henry reese sheridan. The exhibition carve curve. Kane is currently on at eighty two franklin street in new york until the twenty seventh of august. Paris fashion week recently took over the french capital and a number of brands returned to the runway debuting their collections for spring summit. Twenty twenty two with live showcases joining me to reflect on some highlights from the event which wrapped up last week is fashion journalist and regular monaco. Twenty contributor dana thomas dana. How are things in paris at the moment. Well it's been very rainy. Which makes it kind of difficult to get around and the traffic is back. It's epic traffic. So whenever we go anywhere in town. Now we're back on our bicycles and trying to dodge the raindrops. But it's really wonderful. Be back in paris and see paris opening up an alive. I was riding my bicycle through the maui the other evening and just seeing all these particularly young people who've blossomed. They're like tulips opening and springtime out in the streets dressed sue fantastic and just walking with purpose to their social engagements and the cafes are full in the terraces are full and you can hear parties and you don't mind. That sounds absolutely amazing. I'm feeling like a lot of a lot of europe is getting back to that point. Which is which is so lovely. So we're talking about a fashion week in paris before we got on. I was talking to you about milan. And it's been a bit of a tentative start in terms of shows. Not so many brands are getting back to live shows but few are. I think there was any three in milan. But i believe that was six in paris. What happened in terms of physical shows and then digital shows. They were handful in paris and the ones that were on. You know. we're the ones you want to be on the last show i went to. Before lockdown was dior womenswear at the plus concord. And the first one back is dior. Menswear at the place. La concorde and it was just great. It was a partnership with travis. Scott the rapper and it just was alive of course. The music was fantastic. He did a hold soundtrack himself and included a new cut of music. That was really really happening. Going to the shows was like going to a rave in person and online. There was great music a lot of color. We've been dressing down because we've been home in wearing. You know muted colors soft close and baggy clothes and trying to nestle and swath ourselves to get through this period and now we're back out and like i said those kids in the street that i saw on their way to parties and social engagements the shows were just all about embracing hedonism again and we saw that particularly. The husband is just incredible. Footage of travis scott kind of be mobbed by fans is this just you know in line with with the mood of everyone right now. Everyone that's lucky enough to be in this position where we all getting back out into the world. You think fashion designers are really channeling this making something exciting from it. Obviously you know. It's great to celebrate this but the craft of defining a collection with a sense of celebration is not easily done right. No it's not. in fact you know. They had an impromptu street. Mosh pit in front of the tent where they had their show a dior. It was just you know enthusiasm. I guess is the word that you you want to apply to the close the energy the everything and some retro looks you know. There were flared pants. There's psychedelic influences. There's sun bleached pastels acid colors some graffiti and big names and words blasted onto outfits. Lots of neon. It's just like somebody turned the lights back on. It's just great. And i'd love to hone in a little bit on the business side of things because there is a reason why these shows do need to happen in person. You know it is a lot about buyers coming and seeing what. They're actually going to be selling into shops. And it has been difficult for a lot of people it seems from reading up on the power event. The big french names the ones that did exhibit and have physical shows us saying you know there's a real business case to this. We can't do everything online. You know we need to satisfy by as across europe because it's only europeans that can go to these events at the moment but obviously the rest of the world to follow soon. So can you take us through that side of things. Why these big french houses saying so important to have a physical show. Well it's not just the french houses. Even mr armani said you know it's really because you know it's important for the city for him to have a a show in milan. he's you know. The hotels or half full storefronts are vacant and the paris. There are a lot of places that are empty that businesses. That just didn't make it through.

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"cane" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

06:14 min | 5 months ago

"cane" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

"Pretty busy again. well we did dispatch you. Finish your showroom in tribeca which has a lot of incredible showrooms bassam. Fellows is the brand that you have reported on for us. Can you tell us a little bit about what they do. They're a brand. That were founded back in two thousand three by scott fellows who is a creative director and craig bassim who's an architect now since then they've designed a really vast range of objects across lots of different categories furniture boot sunglasses leather goods and more and the kind of thread that connects all of these disparate. Objects is an aesthetic that they've developed called craftsman. Modern what this approaches is the take modernist fundamentals. An emphasis on functionality. A kind of mental form but they introduce traditional craft techniques fabrication to introduce kind of a woman edge to what can be fairly cool modernist aesthetic. We're going to play the piece in just a moment. But i'd love you to kind of set it up for us. Just kind of let us know whereabouts in the neighborhood. It is what the vibe was like when you visited so yeah it was in a gallery called aren company very well established gallery showcasing the best of modern design and actually the gallery that on the brands. Us debut back in two thousand and five so it was kind of homecoming for them and the exhibition is called carve curve cain which is a slightly kind of a oblique title but it refers to the carving of the fabrication processes that they employ across several materials the curve of the forms in their work and the cane part refers to the vienna cain patching which they use finish off several pieces in the collection. The exhibition doesn't just feature. Bassim pharaohs objects to incorporate some fine art curated by theoretical barish. This work by property mabille. Who's an indian artist. She works using traditional jewelry making tools to make fine imprint on panels covering guess. Oh which kind of tacky white paint mixture and there's also a sculpture by jean arp. The french june abstract sculptor in there too. It was really nice. See these pieces of modern art complementing. The new collection of objects saying -tary design objects. That bassim fellows have put forward dissolved in the basement of our companies exhibition space. I would urge anyone in new york to go and check it out. It's really special. Show thank you so much henry. I'm very glad to hear you been getting out and getting some culture and let's hear your piece. Now my name is craig bassim. And i'm the designer at best fellows. And i'm scott fellows and i'ma corner also of besson fellas. I think it'd be best to start with kind of taught history of the company. How did you guys start out. Well we started in two thousand and three. We launched our first collection at this solemnity mobile in milan. In two thousand three. And we're here now. Seventeen eighteen years later we brought our collection to new york for the first time in two thousand and five so two years after we started our premier in in the us was here with our and company and so for us. This exhibition is a little bit of a homecoming to come back in and sort of show our work again. Show what we've evolved and so it's actually quite nice to be back here in tribeca. Let's talk about what we have in this room coming from. An architectural point of view. The space is very important when we put together an exhibition. I'm always thinking about what that space is whole. So how do we bring up pieces together. And in this case we have a very particular new york city space. It's like a railroad space so the idea was to transform it and give you a different experience is a couple of experiences as the materiality and it's actually the shape of this space so these screens are straight and then they curve and they sit in this four of them in various locations and they kind of guide you around the space so the space then is not just a rectilinear space. It has these sort of soft curved edges and it creates different points within this long space itself. So that's why. The screens are very important and screens. Add a lot of the texture to what would be a typical normal space and not everything in this room has been designed by you guys. There's some art on the wall. Which is kind of complimenting your works. tell me about that and how it came about the preparation well. The collaboration came about with an art curator. Eric bearish but we really love about erica. Is that we had this meeting of the minds with what we were trying to do with the show and we started talking about the types of art that we like. We're quite minimalist and our design and we started talking about minimalist artist and contemporary minimum. Are one of the first things that came to mind for. Erica was province work and she said she's working in you know like this absolute beautiful precision and she liked a lot of the precision of his work together with precision in our work. That really started the whole dialogue. We started to look at some of his pieces in close viewing because you have to see them close up there so beautifully intricate and there was also something very poetic about the caning and the grid aspects of what we're doing that we think has parallels to promise work so all of that in total. I think really. It's felt beautifully integrated if you will also. I think that our furniture is meant to be quiet and beautiful quality forms his background and then the work is also something that you can really see.

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Fireballs From Easter Island?

BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

02:15 min | 5 months ago

Fireballs From Easter Island?

"A very strange thing happened to be one night. As i was driving down the highway about ten. Pm at night suddenly. I saw a big flash of light employing my car in the side of the road. I noticed a large stationary glowing ball of fire on the side of the highway. I couldn't figure out what was going on and realized it was an a cu les or a flying god a ball of fire. I couldn't believe my eyes terrified. I examined the ball and saw that there was something inside of it. It appeared to be moving all directions and when it saw me amid emotion with it quote unquote it. Wanted me to come closer. I took out my cane from the side of my car seat just in case ahead to defend myself and approached so right there. He kind of defies horror movie advice in got the scary creature like community. Talk to you. And he's like okay. Let me give my cane. Let me get my cane. That's that's that's what we're calling him chuck for right now so my people shit you know defending yourself from a ball of fire with a came. Anyway continues as i approached the thing inside. I realized it was a living being it. Looked like a mall or a naked lizard and had arms and hands suddenly. I didn't feel threatened of the fireball. Or the person within it. As it gave off a feeling of warmth. And love as i watched it walked right out of the fireball and came towards me. It came up to me in a very deep voice. Said bra you can tell me how to get to kina. 'cause i've being traveling for a hell of a long time maybe a thousand years and i'm so hungry for poet colorado and so what i love is y'all this being at this creature thousand years old and he's asking for directions and he's hungry. He's like Can you tell me where. I'm at some like okay. So i'm continuing that being said he was. He said he was from the long. Lost tribe of the easter islands carved erected the images of long years and stuff. I was so. That's actually what he wrote. And i'm like i'm going to look at these sivas long ears. Those are easter rabbits island. He's cope so us.

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The Trials of the Infamous Defense Attorney Frank Carson

Dirty John

02:41 min | 6 months ago

The Trials of the Infamous Defense Attorney Frank Carson

"A sixty four year old attorney is making his way slowly up the concrete steps of the courthouse in modesto california. His body is wracked with pain. His heavy shoulders are hunched forward over the cane. He carries in his right hand from his left hand swings. A cracked black leather satchel stopped with his legal files. He's here at eight thirty on a monday morning. In june two thousand nineteen to do the unpopular work of defending the wrongly accused the thoroughly guilty and clients at every point in between he's made this trip thousands of times in better days. He swaggered the flamboyant terror of cops and prosecutors and judges. I haven't had any qualms about going after law enforcement for lying. If they fudge once they fudge it's open season. This is frank carson the most combative and controversial criminal defense lawyer in stanislas county. His kidneys are failing. His sciatic nerve is aflame and his morning. Vicadin hasn't kicked in the effort to get up. The steps makes him wince but he hates to give any satisfaction to his enemies. He has many for decades. He's defeated his law enforcement. Adversaries in court and raged against them in unapologetically venomous. He names names in a central valley legal community where the cast of characters is small and the memories. long really soon. Gershon your person. You know what it can't be any more personal to the guy that i'm representing and even if i had a doubt about my client's innocence by the time we started the trial usually by the end of it. I was absolutely convinced. I've had attorneys of god wrestler. Soul summer did now and he said. Oh frank you should seen me it was carson asked. I told them off and all that that isn't the point. The point is to win as he shuffles between courtrooms cops watch impasse and a chill seems to enter their mood to the law enforcement establishment. The man with the cane and the black leather satchel is something more malevolent than a clever lawyer. Who pushes boundaries. This is why carson will eventually make his way to the

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Palace Pier Wins Lockinge Stakes

The Final Furlong Podcast

01:50 min | 7 months ago

Palace Pier Wins Lockinge Stakes

"So we'll start with the ashikaga lockinge stakes. The running order has kind of at the window but not entirely palace pier super canes compound spear a really wants to take them on. It's nothing against the worst. I just thought. I don't really want to be backing an odds-on shot for the luggage. That look to the side by. Frankie dettori will live long in my memory. My god kate as cheeky. Frankie dettori his been in the past. You haven't even hit the two furlong pole yet and you're looking around for though play fernandez and you go. Oh you're in trouble by. It was just brilliant was to do that to have that luxury in route. One is quite ridiculous today that especially molest favorable possibly trump as well as it proved to be the case. Newberry past he really just easier Without a seat. Many guessing. Tim this season of remote elastic really testing conditions. Again towards the back end of the season then you'd have to fund sea smokes basilica against seven water cash that would be provided vacate that whole saas model But that remains to be seen admiral touch on him. It fits but in times of this win. How good policy was it was just interesting. That he didn't get away quickly from sues. We know he's a laid back character. And that may be being powered when exiting the sues. But then eventually sex within into stripes with rare being tracked the hallway by local fernandez. Frankie switched him as a sage was less favorable. Possibly track but of any hazardous For him to get his challenge. I'm ready to get rolling. Because he still does need shakeup they slots but the further. He goes better. He gets an as say when. Frankie was looking for ryan more than it was just quite something

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Aho, Hurricanes beat Blackhawks 5-2, Chicago eliminated

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Aho, Hurricanes beat Blackhawks 5-2, Chicago eliminated

"Sebastian aho scored twice in the second period on the way to a hat trick in the hurricane's fourth straight victory five two over the Blackhawks Dougie Hamilton martini H. S. also scored while the canes were building a four nothing lead I hope capped his night by beating Patrick came to a loose puck in scoring an empty netter at eighteen forty four I'm trying to make you know every should matter and you know just they make every play make the right plays on the ice and yeah but obviously my lime it's helped me a lot this today and I'm just asking the hurricanes continue to lead the central division and overall standings by two points over Florida Chicago was dropped five straight and seven of nine to fall out of the central race on the ferry

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"cane" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"cane" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Cane to guess he came. Things I give to you. Train. Why so shit and like you back Oh, hi from hate to turn up out of the blue uninvited, but I couldn't stay away. I couldn't fight it. I had hoped you'd see my face and that you'd be reminded that for me, it isn't no Never find so. Thank you Wish nothing but best you be. Oh, say sometimes sometimes it does. Instead, sometimes some love Sometimes the Oh, listen, Stay You know how that time flies on me? Yesterday was the time of my eyes. We were born and raised in a summer haze bound by be surprise. Although our glory reading things I hate to turn up out of the blue uninvited, but I couldn't stay away. I couldn't fight it. I hope you see my face and that you'd be reminded that from name it is no Never mind. I'm fine. So thank you Wish nothing But guess I owe you two. Don't get me Sometimes you love but sometimes it hurts Instead, nothing compares No worries, okay. His regrets and miss takes them. Memories made would have known how.

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"cane" Discussed on When Last I Left

When Last I Left

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"cane" Discussed on When Last I Left

"Calcium. I'm Chris. Kula Yeah. I'm chance and today. We have a very special treats. Sadly, Johnny can't be with us, but in her stead we have a guest of returning. Guests are i. ever guests good friend. True Yeah. She has no idea what she's in store for. Not Going to be playing neither, do we because? We're playing is again a game that we've grown quite fond of crisis. Management's yes in, D.. Crisis Management. So quick explanation explanation for for those of you just joining us and a little re up for those of you returning. Crisis Management is a wonderful game that we play where chance are wonderful, co-creator and moderator. Will Give us a outlandish traces that we have to solve and one. Completely unrelated unique tool used it then solve it. Each of the hosts will get one minute to explain their idea. After which they will steal one question, each from each of the hosts trying to poke holes in their theory after we all have gone, chance will. Decide which of US had? feasible scenario and award. US De Grant to. Use Our things in the world in such believe it's called the Grow Bell Greece Prize that is. Not beating another popular Dry. Yes. Ma'am there little GM. So. That's our game and we. We're GONNA. GET STARTED HERE IN A. Razor I'm sending the prompt right now. Okay so there is an infestation at her seaside bed-and-breakfasts, but we can't call pest control now. This place is lousy with goats, ultra guys and bench. We've got vacationers returning in a month to three months. Four months possibly, and these species are building or the Netherworld Please, use user complimentary walking cane, do it. All right, right. I. I think that's the I think. I think it's cool. That was me you're. Right already. This real quick okay so. Ghosts making sure enough racing, okay? All right here. We go my idea as we all know. Complementary walking game is actually made for elder, which is a very softwood which is hard to make wotton cans, but therefore el-Zor is actually really useful because it is the most was. The has the most natural properties so basically, GonNa. We're up and that used as want. Just like Harry Potter that Shit Emigrant. The find the portal area where they're starting to use it and nature. You touched in the order of North South East and West if you go the other way. Go top down left and right to think you're looking at okay now. We're GONNA use that elder one cain to close that while we are also using it to wrap up. Greeting like another separate portal of the ghosts up to heaven or to hell wherever they. Result and that's what we're GonNa, do my walking elder Jake. New Welcome yes, sports are the guests then going to use a magical Juan for the complimentary walking. Stick once place reopens while it's all about how you use it, so if you just put the. If you just point, the came down, it's not. Is this just king? But if you offend it and wave, it flourished in certain ways like Wynne Godley Levy oh saw. Then, you're good so as long as it's down, you're not gonNA opening order leading shallow. Yes, are you going to be using Harry Potter? spells to do this. No I was just a reference. Something everyone knows because what a follow up Christian now. I didn't finish. New I do it. What it? What does guest yet? Spoils of this wand and reopened support on perhaps makes it worth the thing. We're not actually been let out all this information because they the only way they can reopen is by doing the exact same thing in the opposite order to go west East south north and that's a weird kind of thing in does that in? Cross is based, but it's the other way around. That's a double cross. Most people are Christian so. I think we're going to go. So. Science. Man Listen to shot in the dark go for the vast majority won't get up. Any further questions are we good? I think everybody asked one. WHO WANTS TO GO NEXT? ARE WE GONNA? You report as right I. Oh, God, okay! All Right? Okay, all right. Are you ready? No. Okay. Here, we go okay so. Our compliments you walk into it. So what what we're going to do in my in my scenario is We're going to be reproducing many of these canes and as the guest come. We're going to equip our guest. With Kane and These are very sturdy, so whenever you see one of these goes poultry Badchi's. The guests can then use the cane as a sort of baseball back and. Get them away from them. Because the cane will will actually hit these these creatures, and if anyone knows anything about these sorts of these sorts of things, you can't get rid of them. What you can do is control it and if we can get our guests to help us with the control ten seconds. Then? I think will be just fine. And of course, the guest that go to this place are adventurous, so they'll want to do this. It'll be used as sort of attraction while saving their lives as well. Thank you. All right. Question as A. Question! Is, are you GonNa do with those guests who who have a very strong anti belief in such things, and therefore will not help in the controlling slash smacking away of goes older guys. She's well. That'll be in the fine print and if they choose not to get rid of the bedsheets. She's GonNa Poltergeist in Bill. The consequences are in their own hands. Does. Doesn't hitting ghosts. POLTERGEISTS with a bat walking. Stick cane off.

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