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UN nuclear agency again asks to visit Ukraine nuclear plant
"The UN nuclear agency has renewed its request to assess safety and security at a nuclear plant in southeastern Ukraine I'm Ben Thomas with the latest We once again urge the parties to provide the IAA mission with immediate security and unfettered access to the site UN political chief rosemary de Carlo at a Security Council meeting Tuesday speaking about the zapper region nuclear plant Europe's largest Despite numerous calls and appeals instead of deescalation we continue to see the almost daily reports of alarming incidents involving the plant Ukraine and Russia each accuse the other of shelling that sparked warnings of a possible nuclear catastrophe But to Carlo adds that's not the only concern Any damage leading to the plant being cut from the Ukrainian power grid would have catastrophic humanitarian implications particularly with winter approaching I'm Ben Thomas
"carlo" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"We saw that saw that throughout the week and it was nice for him to win Monte Carlo again in front of the fans, you know, just a different experience to what he had last year and yeah, he's a real real force on this surface. I think the return thing is big, isn't it? That extra bit of time on the return because he hasn't figured it out on a hardcore. He's made incremental improvements, but he hasn't had the significant lightbulb with how to return a big serve on a hard court with those massive swings that he has. He hasn't developed that shit backhand return or chip on either wing return, really, that so many so many want him to or are calling for him to do, but it just doesn't matter so much on clay and it's just so interesting what a change in service does to the sport because it ostensibly looks the same, doesn't it? And you know, if you didn't know that much about the sport, maybe you wouldn't be able to tell the difference. I don't know, or maybe it would be even more obvious, maybe we're our eyes sort of become used to the difference. I don't know you could go either way, but I don't mean look at Alejandro davidovich for kina. I mean, since making that run at the French Open last year, when he brought himself to all our attentions, when we learned that he supports an animal charity back home in Spain and he wears a patch of theirs on his kit, since he announced himself he's done boggle as an E as soon as he came off the clay, just different player we went out to watch him play Felix austerity at the Australian open earlier this year on that wonderful new court. And it was a, it was a really great match what we saw, but he just didn't have ways to end the point, did he? There were some wonderful rallies, brilliant hitting. But he didn't have the weapons to end the point. And it's just a completely different sport for him on clay. Yeah, totally. And I think that auxiliary has seen match that you mentioned was probably one of the better matches he's played, not on the clay in the last few months. And I think he lost it in four tie breaks. But coming into this week, he hadn't beaten a top 100 player this year. And suddenly he gets on the clay and he beats, you know, a host of them, obviously Novak Djokovic in the second round, I'm sure we'll talk more about that match, but just absolutely. I mean, at this time of the year, you just talk about players that you don't normally talk about. You know, we're going to talk about the Vivek for kina where we could talk about mazetti as well. I enjoyed watching him on the clay and he's done nothing either. No. Since the French Open last year, he's done he's done close to nothing. And then suddenly, suddenly he's reminding us all why why we're so excited about him. I mean, I still think he should be better on hard courts than he has been thus far. And I think he will be, but oh, it was restorative to watch Mercedes look like that guy that we were all so excited about a year ago before he retired for the fans. Well, I do think that match had had lasting consequences. As you said, I think he's better on other surface than he showed. I think that was quite a scarring experience for him. And it took him a little while to get over. But yeah, absolutely such stylish tennis that I loved watching him this week. And I think for davidovich for kina, he's always been a guy, even last year, when yes, he had that run to the quarterfinals at Roland Garros, but he was a guy. I loved watching, but I didn't trust him to win matches because his tennis is so streaky. He hasn't got a great serve. He breaks. He breaks Mary carillo's main tennis rule, which is you've got to hold your goddamn serve. And he doesn't do that particularly well. And it just makes him vulnerable in matches and his game can go off and on very, very quickly. But I think he's really worked on that on trying not to have so many let downs. And I did trust him a bit more this week, just match after match. I felt like he was competing brilliantly. I love watching his game. He's so intense, isn't he? So intense. Just intensely intense. And I love that. I mean, it's really great. My favorite features in a player in terms of what I what engages me and he's just got the energy he must burn up with that intensity. I mean, there's a look in his eye that can be a bit terrifying, but it's also the electrifying. Yeah, absolutely. So I think what I'm saying is that he's managing to balance sort of throwing himself all over the core as he does and being literally and I think there's a Twitter account did focke fall, you know, it's the did Marin Cilic win equivalent and it just every day, yes. I think the U.S. channel. I think maybe it was tennis channel that had it this week. They actually had a counter during one of his matches of how many times he dived and fell in the clan. It got up to 8 at one point. Well, there was one in there was one in his match against Novak Djokovic, which spoiler alert he won..
"carlo" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"Hello, Matt. Hello. It is not where David lorries, because folks, the universe has cut the laws of break and they made it to Croatia. COVID free, they are in the words of David law himself earlier on today on WhatsApp, Ponzi around on a beach and we could not be more happy about that fact, man. As much as we'd love to have him with us on this podcast for the sake of all future podcasts, I think it's good news that David thought is currently frolicking on a beach. Yes, absolutely. And he may or may not be doing so in an office shirt. Yeah, he's just wearing a work shirt on the beach, keeps sending these really lovely selfies, you know, sunglasses on, looking happy, work shirt. He claims it's not a workshop, but I think that is just semantics. Anyway, he's having a lovely time. And it's very well earned. And I'm so pleased they made it out there because yeah, COVID hasn't been kind to David over the past few months and that holiday was much needed and deserved. So Dave is listening to this as a as a fan as a listener, which sort of builds the pressure on me and Matt. So we've drafted in some reserves. We have Matt, what I know you know this. I don't know why I'm billing it like it's a surprise to you. But it might be surprised to the listener to know that we have Bianca and rescue on the show later today. I interviewed her earlier on this afternoon and I want to be her friend, Matt. I want I want her to come and eat curry at tennis podcast towers and watch football with us, which is what we do with our celebrity friends, isn't it? Well, and actually I must say if the back end of the interview is anything to go by, I think should be down for being your friend, Catherine. There's a friendly vibe to the interview. Don't raise my hopes so high that is the hope that kills. Yeah, I mean, she's just a delight and just great she's really honestly, I just, I mean, I felt excited for her for her comeback before that interview and I feel even more excited about it now. I mean, it's no secret that I'm just a massive and rescue fan. I've missed her. I've missed her enjoying tennis and she tells us in quite visceral detail into how much she wasn't enjoying tennis before taking this time away from the sport. I won't spoil it, but it's worth listening to. So when we turn our attention to look ahead to this week's tennis, we'll bring you what Bianca and rescue has to say about her own comeback in Stuttgart this week on the clay, but we'll start by looking back to Monte Carlo and our first clay court ATP masters 1000 event of the season one once again by defending champion now two time champion stefanos sits about 6 three, 7 6 he beat Alejandro de vidovich for keener in the final. Only the 6th man in the open area to defend the Monte Carlo title obviously Nadal has done it 400 times. But four other men besides Nadal and sit to pass have also done it. The other 5 have all won Roland Garros. I met and very guilty. And I know there's somebody of this parish that is not currently on this podcast right now that is not guilty of this and who might have got the prediction right this week. But isn't here to confirm or deny so we'll leave that there. Either, I'm definitely guilty of having forgotten how good sit to pass is on clay. Which is silly because he reached the French Open final less than a year ago. But I'd forgotten Matt. He's very, very good. He's very, very good on clay and we saw the reasons why he's so good on clay. I think and actually as much as I think I remembered he was so good on clay. It was still a moment of realization, I suppose, because we have been talking about him having some troubles stumbling a bit this season. You know, so far, okay, he reached the Australian open semifinal, and that was brilliant. That was probably ahead of schedule, really, considering he'd had the elbow surgery in the off season. But since then, he'd had a few losses that you wouldn't expect him to have brooksby, norrie, sir fulin, I think, at a tournament somewhere if I remember correctly. So just a few that you wouldn't expect, but as soon as he stepped on the clay, he beat Fabio Fognini in his first match in Monte Carlo, and it was just like, oh, yeah, this is sit surpass his time. This is his territory. It just all makes sense. And I think the reasons are multiple, really, there's the extra time he gets to hit his forehand. There's the extra time he gets on return just to make so many more returns. There's the fact that he covers the court brilliantly with those really long strides of his and it's just difficult to get the ball past him. Everything about his game just makes sense on the clay and I.
Wild beat Oilers, Braves rout Nats, Dodgers top Twins
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"carlo" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"What's this? What's this to get in the water bottle? That's so good. And all we can vision, all we kept saying is I hope we know we can find somebody who has that security camera video. Just to see his expression when he's like this, seeing, oh my God, how did this get in my bag? This is not my bag. So good. So let's just hope Gordon Miller never plays a trick on you. There is one thing that I like the back and forth, but you're in it to win. Yeah. So if he does that, he will never sleep again. He will never, ever, ever. Gaming doesn't want to start. Now, the one guy I got to tell you, Carlo, you haven't traveled with him yet. The one guy you don't want to screw around with is dragon. Really? Oh no. He the prankster? Vicious. I love that. He will sneak. He will turn things to 11 in a hurry. I love that. I love that. That's the beauty, man. And look, as long as you can do things that can create a chocolate and not get into trouble doing it. Do you know what I used to? You know what I used to love to do was, you know, when you go to check in at the hotel, now the guys, they all have their keys out on a table out on the side. We all had to go individually to check in. And so you had, you know, I call them a cattle rope. You know, they got the ropes in the hotel lobbies. So I'd like to, I would go, and if you could just find the rope at the right spot, you unhook it. And then you hook it really gently onto the guy's bag as he standing there. You're carrying it with me. And then he walks far enough that he pulls it over, and they're all tied together. And just the racket, it makes bang, bang, bang, bang, and the guy's standing there. And you're watching it like a 6 year old. It's the funniest thing you've ever seen. I love doing that. Well, it's funny you mentioned the keys because the other prank that guys would play is the rush to get off the bus and steal guys keys. Right. So that they would actually have to go and check in and waste time doing so? Nobody wants to and right, nobody wants to do it. Everyone's just wants to grab their keys and go up. But some guys, there is an incident once where it was in Toronto and it was the Joe same jokesters that I just mentioned where they went and stole cab release keys. And while cabriolet was out for dinner, they went into his room and they literally took every piece of furniture in his room..
"carlo" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"Carlo cool has been kind enough to join us here in episode 24 of the Rand regs podcast and this is a bit of a tough one. Do we introduce Carlo as co host for TSN first up morning radio in Toronto? Sure. Or former longtime player defenseman or member of team Canada as we can see if you're watching us on our YouTube channel. There's the number 8 team Canada in the background. Well, I think you've done it all. I think you've done it all. He's all of those things. Welcome. Thanks, boys. I'm excited to finally be on The Rain drags podcast. That's one of my favorites to listen to. Hey, what time did you get? We started today. What's that? What time did you get started today? Well, my days usually start 5 30 a.m.. My alarm goes off, I hit the snooze button twice. I roll out of bed and I roll down into the basement. So okay, so eventually that's going to end. No, you're better not. So how do you get better now? What time do you like, how much do you sleep? I did morning radio for one year, and I was like, oh my God, I can't keep doing it. Well, that's the big advantage that I've gained ray from working from home is that I've actually been able to get a lot more sleep and not feel guilty or tired when I wake up or when I'm done work because when I'm going into studio, it's a four 30 wake up for me. And those are tough some mornings, especially when you're up until 1 a.m., catching, watching games and stuff like that. And I try to get a better early before 11, but it's really, really tough sometimes because that's when I'm accumulating all my information. To prepare myself for the morning. So this transition for me to work from home is actually made me a better broadcaster because I don't feel like I'm that tired. I've actually have more energy to do more. And I feel like I can be better at my job doing it because, you know, like I said, my brain's not that tired. And I don't feel guilty if I have to stay up till 1 o'clock in the morning because it's be like, okay, you know, for one night, suck it up after the show. I'll take an hour and app. Now, if you always been a sports fan because it's not just all leaves, right?.
"carlo" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"It's on the TV side as well. He does a ton of games, NHL for TSN. Carlo kula is going to join us in episode 24 right. Big day for you, a couple of Italians on here. I'm not going to get a word in edgewise, am I? No, and we'll be discussing a couple of things that Carlo was tweeted out. I don't remember if he thinks gnocchi is a good dish or not, but if he's on the other side of it, he and I are going to have a problem. We're going to have fun. Are there different types of Audi say it? Gnocchi? Gnocchi? No, that's how you would say it. Gnocchi. Gnocchi. There you go. Neil. No, it's potato. Yeah, that's what I thought. Yeah, it's like it's not that, it's not a complicated thing. If you eat about 60 of them, you've got a gut bomb like you read about. That thing weighs a 400 pounds in your belly. You know, you need to get them to send you some, I think it's called bamba or la bamba sauce, a really, really spicy sort of add on. And he got me hooked on this. Probably a year or so ago, I put it on everything. I put that on everything. It's fantastic. Yeah, I'll get them to talk. I'm going to tell you one quick story that maybe nobody cares about, but I'm going to tell you anyway. So when I moved to Brandon to play my 19 year old year, my mom sent me a care package. Right. It's got some Italian cookies in it. It's got some of her baking stuff. It's got homemade spaghetti sauce. Just unbelievable. Beautiful. The day the package shows up a day after I leave on a 14 day road trip. I come back, the billet dad, he ate it all. Come on. He ate all the sauce. He goes, oh yeah, he used it on the eggs and everything..
Pastrnak scores in OT, Bruins beat Senators 3-2
"The Bruins pulled out a three two win at Ottawa is David Pasternak scored on a one timer to forty two into overtime Jake DeBrusk and Brandon Carlo also scored Hey Jeremy swimming stopped twenty nine shots as Boston ended a two game losing streak DeBrusk opened the scoring early in the second period Nick Holden tied the game at three fifty four left in regulation but Ottawa fell to eighteen twenty five and five Anton Forsberg turned back thirty shots in defeat the Bruins continue to play without forward Brad Marchand who served the fifth of the six game suspension I'm Dave Ferrie
NYC Mayor Eric Adams Speaks at the Funeral of Officer Jason Rivera
"Officer Jason Rivera, 22 year old cop gunned down trying to do his job responding to a call last weekend. There's something about the murder of these two cops in New York that is gripped the country. Here's moments ago, mayor Eric Adams at Saint Patrick's cathedral speaking at this massive massive funeral, which does my heart good to see so many people come out and pay tribute to this fallen hero, including the newly elected mayor, Eric Adams. In today's the morning for all of you, the tragic death of your brother in blue uniform is a stark reminder of what is on the line every day. And I'm here sitting next to governor, the state of New York. And senator Chuck Schumer, another elected, we are committed to giving you the resource to do your jobs and ensure that we can keep the people of this city safe. It takes courage to put on the uniform and the badge to answer the call to serve the cause of justice in every sense of the road. Carlo Dolan, this is a biblical moment, scritches scripted states. Greater love have no one than this. That a man lay down his life for his friends. That is what Jason did. He gave his life defending his fellow New Yorkers. That greater love, unites us here today standing side by side.
"carlo" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Ogier and Loeb are going to be probably inundated with people wanting to talk about that rivalry in Monte Carlo, but as you finally get back into the actual atmosphere, what's going to be your the first thing that you want to do is it just to get a layer of the land and walk around and just chat to people. So let the listeners know about what you're doing. As soon as they get on the deck there, I think the first thing I'll do is make sure kind of a look at all three of the cars. Just have a little nose about see what they actually look like in the flesh because I've only been and seen the puma, but that was before it had its spectacular purple livery shall we say that lit up social media last weekend. Which is great and it's awesome for the sport to see stuff like that because it's great to see fans get excited about livery. You know, it's often teams tend to go with the same thing year on year out. The fat M sport were very bold, went out there with a purple car and as I said, I said to my colleagues that surely they've got to do a deal with Cadbury because like this is just perfect for them. If they get Capri boost bars on the side of that car with a hybrid boost, it's a marketing opportunity gone missing. So anyway, but I think it's a genius. I think the first thing I do is go go down and have a look at these cars because I think it'd be interesting just to see them up close just to see how the three teams have tackled it, which way they've gone. I'll be very keen to do that first up and then have a chat with the drivers obviously you hit on their auger and load, which we haven't talked about yet is the other exciting element to this Monte Carlo rally is that the two greatest WRC drivers are potentially going head to head again and these two have 15 Monte Carlo wins between them, so it's quite a bit of dominance between the two sets. So yeah, lobe will be in a fourth puma. It's only for one event at this stage, whereas auger will be doing a partial season. So yeah, it's going to be spectacular. They're not short of headlines or storylines, so I think I'm going to be very busy over the next few days. Certainly, I cast my mind back to the start of the podcast when you said in theory, OGA won't be the world champion this year, but there are so many unknowns. This is gonna be a season you do not want to take your eyes off. Don't miss it for a second. That's the start of our 2022 coverage here on the gravel notes, podcast, we'll certainly be here with every preview and review and as you and I have been talking about if there is some really interesting things happening mid event. There's no reason why we maybe you or both of us won't pop up on this channel. And have a chat about things for the podcast listeners because it's going to be suck it and see this season right? Absolutely, yes. Yeah, I can't wait. It's been a long time since we've gone into an event where we'd simply don't know who is going to win. So yeah, and the fact that we will potentially have three teams going at it with some lovely looking new cars. Yeah, can not wait. Make sure you follow us on our socials, check out auto sports Tom last year what you did in terms of the weekend coverage was just brilliant posting some fantastic highlights and some great retweets of some fan videos and stuff looking forward to doing. Seeing.
"carlo" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"To put the package together, but now we have the blank page. So we have a good chance to work through everything and hopefully for that next couple of years if you work out. So yeah, he mentions the kind of blank page of 2022. I think it's going to be really important for him to kind of go into this. Forget what's happened before and just try and start fresh. Absolutely. And let's remember what tanak is the only driver to have actually beaten OJ to a world championship in recent years in 2019. So he won the most stage wins last year, so he has the speed, has the skill, but reliability was so costly for him last year. But again, the reliability is going to be a factor this year. So it's a really tricky one for him and Hyundai because they were the last manufacturer to commit to the new rules. So they've been playing catch up with the development of these cars already. And they lost their team principal last month due to personal reasons. So the teams were out of team principal at the moment. So there's a lot of upheaval, shall we say going on at Hyundai, so last thing you want when you're trying to develop a brand new car. And they also had a sizable testing accident with Tierra Neville in December 2. So it's not been a happy couple of months down there for that team. But I think this is just what he needs though. A blank blank page, clean slate, he could be the one to go and go on and win this title because he's got this sort of ability to extract speed, which I haven't seen from other drivers quite like the way he does it. And I think he'll just be so fired up after last year that he will just go out there and hopefully do the business. Now let's finish off by talking a little bit about the season. Now the minute we don't know what's going to happen because over the last two years, motor sport, calendars have been all over the place. But say we do, well, is it looking like 12 events at the moment? Do you think that's pretty nailed? It will be 13. I'm assured that it will be 13. I know there's a TBC in the calendar, but I have spoken to the WRC today actually. And they have confirmed to me that there will definitely be 13 rounds. I mean, the biggest problem that they've had over the last two years like every championship has been COVID-19 and how to deal with that, but there does seem to be some maybe some bright brightness on the horizon. There are a couple of flyaway events back on the calendar with New Zealand and Japan. And I know Japan was on the count of the last two years and missed out due to COVID, but you'd have to think. Third time around, we will get there. So I think from a calendar point of view, this is the only situation that they need to sort as this TBC ram, which won't be rally Northern Ireland now as we found out. That event is now no longer going to happen, which is a real shame for obviously all our fans in the UK. But there is a genuine hope that a UK round will happen next year. So the WRC are very, very keen to get back to the UK and I will be feeling pretty confident that we'll be a UK round next year. So in terms of the calendar, I think it's just what happens with COVID. If it's another variant or whatever, then who knows what's going to happen, but as it stands at this point in time, I think we will get a 13 round season. So after Monte Carlo will then head to Sweden in February, Croatia in April, Portugal in May. Italy in June. So those are the first 5 events before Kenya from your conversations you've had with the teams and the team bosses. How will the teams be approaching the season last year? And during COVID, particularly the flyaway races, there was a lot more remote working going on. And the idea of the control center back at base that I think formula ones, fans would be familiar with, increasingly seeing perhaps that in rally in terms of people thinking, do I really need to travel? Do you think that will continue and or do you think teams are king to get everyone back at every event? What's your take on the teams will be keen to get as many people as possible to every event this year because of the new cars? And the reason being is just so many unknowns. And I think they're going to need as many hands to the pump as possible. So maybe fix things if they've gone wrong. For example, if a team has developed their car and it's found to be in the wrong direction, they need to act fast and be quickly and have as many staff as possible to be able to get this correct. So I think actually won't be a lot of remote working. I think there'll be trying to get as many people as possible on the ground because who knows what is going to be thrown up with these new rules. We just don't we simply don't know. So just speaking to the teams, that's my view at this point. I think they will be just about for the last few months, so I think it will carry on. I think it'll be extremely grueling campaign for them all this year. And when you first step into the service park, what's going to be your first port of call?.
"carlo" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Don't really want to be in cost things very much because it was. Somebody's trusting and counting on the country. Think about it much because I know that probably been what I can do is try to do my best to achieve results, but myself because it's over there. So when you get off the phone to him, that was a bit of a politician's answer he gave. He knows he knows the game, a bit of a non answer, which is yeah, it's nice, but hey, we'll see. Almost a racing drivers have kind of got that answer non answer. Do you reckon he really knows though he's got he's got a good opportunity. I think he's being clever there because he doesn't want to put any extra pressure on himself and let's be honest he's still very young. He doesn't need to have that extra pressure on there. So he's very being very clever there, but there's no doubting the talent that this kid has, because he got his first two rally wins last year for the first time in Estonia and then he obliterated the field in acropolis, which is not a place you go and do are certainly on your debut at that event as well. So this reason why arie flatten and said that because the guy is going to be a superstar. There's no question about it. He will be I'm sure he'll be a world champion at some point. And he's got plenty of years in the bank to still be the youngest because Colin McRae did it when he was 27 and so Callie's got a lot of time to do it. For me, he could well be, he could well be the championship. There's no question why couldn't if the car is good, he does exactly what he's done last season and built on that. He's going to be a formidable person to beat. And then you also spoke to and put to him. That perhaps last year was frustrating, but also this year could be wiping the slate clean and here's what he had to say. The performance side and the car improved, but we just didn't manage to put the package together, but now we have the blank page. So we have a good chance to work through everything and.
"carlo" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"And this is what he had to say. On your break and then you're like a boost and then you straight away and then obviously once that's been once that's been used, you have to regenerate enough again on your next breaking zone and you just constantly get this constantly trying to region as much as possible to allow you to get as many of these bulls as possible. Okay, let's talk about that a little bit actually what Craig just said. Now I have two or in our household, my wife and I both drive electric cars. So her electric car is a little Renault Zoe. So the way that the Renault Zoe works is there's very little regen when she lets off the throttle. It's Blake, it's brake blended. So when she puts her foot on the brake, the motor starts to slow down the car and it puts energy back into the battery and then at some point if she were to break very hard or when she gets down to 5 miles an hour, friction breaks kick in. I drive an MG zs EV. It doesn't do brake blending. I let my foot off the throttle and the car starts to slow down sometimes if it's in, you know, version like regen three mode quite a lot. And so I'm aware when I'm driving until electric cars are maybe more popular and more people have them. I tend to slow down for a red light or around about sooner and I'm laying my foot off the throttle, but of course the car is then slowing down at a slower pace, but the brake lights don't come on and people are following me closely and I'm aware that actually I've changed my driving style so that I'm not on the brakes because the minute I push the brakes in mind the friction brakes kick in. So that's a very long explanation to ask you have you spoken to any of the drivers we heard Craig mentioned there about how region works. Do you think this could possibly change driving style? Because you explained at the start of the podcast, it's only going to recharge the batteries under heavy braking. There's no chance that when they go out on the first stage, they're going to all be driving totally different to what they've done before, but will the drivers have to adapt in terms of thinking, well, I need to go into a really heavy braking zone here to get more energy back into the battery because I want more power boost. What do you think? Absolutely. And a lot of the drivers have already said that they will have to their driving stars because it is hybrid power because how it works is crucial. If you come in out of a slow corner and you haven't regenerate enough to get that extra boost, that will cost you valuable stage time. You could even lose a stage from that, not having that acceleration. So it's massively important as Craig was saying there that you've got to think differently, which is another interesting aspect to this whole championship that the drivers have now have to completely sort of turn on its head what they've done before in some respects because they will need to make sure they get the regeneration to get this extra power boost because if they don't, it's going to cost some valuable time on the stages. It's a really interesting concept as Alfred Evans also said that it will be a massive difference if you don't get these accelerations. So it's going to be a lot of focus on making sure they get the regeneration complete. It's going to be an interesting concept. I'm not quite sure how the rule go into cope with it, which is just another intriguing prospect. The other thing about hybrid that we should say, is that when they do regenerate this power, it's used as soon as they touch the throttle pedal. So they can't just pick and choose where they deploy this power. As soon as they touch the throttle pedal again, so it's so crucial. It's going to be an interesting situation. Also with hybrid, we should obviously point out that the FIA will on each event determining how many kilometers or miles will be used in EV mode, so electric only mode. For Monte Carlo, we're only actually going to have, I think it's 2.27 miles of full electric mode. Now, I'm sure this will increase as the season gets on and they understand how to use it all. But again, if you forget to go into electric mode, there's going to be penalties for doing this if you don't do it. There's also other factors that are coming to play. The reason for this, obviously, is to showcase a bit more of green environmentally friendly future for WRC, but also they are also want to plan to use EV mode when the cars are going through towns and cities to sort of lessen the noise and the pollution or whatever that disruption shall we say that these cars have. So there's a lot of thinking behind it, but again we will see how it's executed, but what's the rally begins? What do you think about how it might or might not affect the show? And what I mean by that is I'm a huge fan of Rallycross. And part of that is just the visceral experience and the madness and that partly because the races are short and appeals to the TikTok generation. And it literally is a made for TV sport literally. But watching the electric version of that this year is going to be different and I want to have an open mind and the cars are still going to be spectacularly fast. But I drive to electric cars, right? So I'm all in with a lecturer. But my racing, I don't know, man, it's a place to burn stuff like if I'm going down the shops to go get a pint of milk. I don't mind driving electric. That makes sense for the planet. Have you spoken to people drivers team bosses about the show? Because the testing so far from my perspective, I haven't seen it in person only on video. Seems all right? Yeah, I think the WRC is actually found a nice blend between both worlds because let's be honest on the stages, the cars won't sound any different because when the hybrid powers engage, there's still the internal combustion engine. So it's still kicking out the usual nest sound, which we all love. We're the only difference you'll see is genuinely when the cars are in service park and when they're driving through the EV zones on the road section, so they will be obviously a lot quieter in an electric.
"carlo" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Solberg spoke to you about Oliver and you called him to ask about these new hybrid systems. And he said this. So it will be different for everyone also. So I mean, it's a lot to learn a little bit. That's still, but I feel good and I have it in good way of using it. And I think I just need more of my little. So his point there, I need more mileage, he says. So does that kind of play into what you just said in the last thing he wants to do is day one, big shunt, lose mileage. Is it possible that we'll see the drivers that maybe 95 98% of their capacity just because they want to learn? Yeah, I think you hit the nail on the head there. I think that's exactly the case. But in Oliver's situation, it's a slightly different because this is his first year in the big time with a factory drive for Hyundai sharing the third car with Danny sawdust. So he's not going to want to throw off the road on his first day at school, so to speak. So for him, young guy got a lot of talent, a lot of potential for him, he just needs to have a claim rally. But for the others, yeah, it's so difficult to know what your strategy is because we just don't know a lot of it is really a voyage into the unknown. We don't know who is going to be able to master these cars better. Like for example, the younger drivers might get to grips with this hybrid technology better than the older drives. We just don't simply know that hasn't been enough testing to know where everyone stands. So yeah, I guess because Monte Carlo is such a specialist rally as well. It's some like any of the others. Maybe there is a case to be said that's just go 90%, not a 100% and just bank points because we don't know how valuable that's going to be coming the end of the season. Now, you also spoke to Craig breen ahead of the season to talk about driving style and particularly the region and this is what he had to say. On your break and then you're like a boost and then you straight away and then obviously once that's been once that's been used, you have to regenerate enough again on your.
"carlo" Discussed on Air Male with Robert Sunday
"Be a flight attendant serving you getting you from point a to point B and me maintaining my sanity. That's right. I'm your male flight attendant who happens to be straight and Mexican. So I'm kind of like a square cog in a round hole, but you know we're gonna try to figure it out over the course of time. So you know, as I go through the day, you know, we're dealing with the pandemic. We're in a tube and a lot of people just can't seem to cover their fucking face. I don't know what it is about good-looking people and just old white men in general, they really feel like they need a respirator, the fresh air, with their nose out. Example, I was coming to work. First leg to Dallas, Palm Springs to Dallas, strike one strike two. When you got two red cities connecting like that, oh my goodness, you never know what you're gonna get. So homeboy is in the seat. I get in there and he's chin strap his mask and I'm zero tolerance when it comes to this bullshit. I've already seen enough carnage.
Swayman's 42 saves leads Bruins over Predators 2-0
"The the Boston Boston Bruins Bruins came came into into music music city city of of skated skated away away with with a a two two nothing nothing victory victory over over the the Nashville Nashville predators predators Jake Jake DeBrusk DeBrusk used used early early power power play play to to put put the the Bruins Bruins up up one one nothing nothing and and it it has has a a Brandon Brandon Carlo Carlo tallied tallied his his second second of of the the year year in in the the second second period period but but the the story story of of the the game game was was Boston Boston goaltender goaltender Jeremy Jeremy swim swim in in the the second second year year in in a a trailer trailer made made forty forty two two saves saves for for his his third third career career shutout shutout was was fun fun to to watch watch guys guys are are taking taking pride pride the the defensive defensive zone zone and and also also any any offenses offenses on on I I was was had had the the best best seat seat in in the the house house watching watching him him work work you you know know play play together together a a lot lot of of talk talk out out on on the the ice ice it it was was really really fun fun fun fun game game to to be be a a part part of of it it was was a a great great team team won won national national goaltender goaltender you you see see stars stars was was spectacular spectacular the the loss loss he he turned turned aside aside thirty thirty one one shots shots almost almost half half of of which which seem seem to to be be of of the the highlight highlight reel reel variety variety German German takeover takeover Nashville Nashville
‘Field of Dreams’ Game Features Drama, Nostalgia, and Kevin Costner
"Well, Iowa hosted their first ever MLB game last night on especially constructed field next to the real life Field of Dreams. Movie set Chicago sites. White Sox beat the New York Yankees 98 with a walk off homer in the ninth. The opening was kind of cool. Kevin Costner led to players through the cornfield onto the field. I I kind of dug that, and then he was on the field, and he did this little speech about 30 years ago. On the other side of that core, Um, they filmed a movie that stood the test of time. Thanks to that enduring impact of that little movie we had. It allowed us to come here again, and then he went on Is this heaven? And then, the crowd said, No, It's Iowa. It was kind of cool, though. You know Kevin Costner. I'm amazed how well he's aged. I mean, I was kind of. I thought it was like a flashback. You know, he looks really great. Yeah, and Jack Look, it was it was a good game. It was a good game. If you're looking for a little trivia question or an answer, Jose, a brave of the White Sox hit the first home run of the night into the cornfield. First Ever Major League home run in Iowa. Um and each each team hit four home runs. It was a It was a decent game. I didn't see all of it because Go to sleep so I could sleep in this morning. Those things for the Yankees. They got two home runs from Aaron Judge, one from Brett Gardner and one from Jean Carlo Stanton. White Sox got the one from Jose Obre, who won from Alloy Humanities, one from Seb Zavala in the game winner from Tama Anderson. And if there's any bright side is that, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred said. There'll be another game next year.
Anderson HR for Chisox, Walkoff End in Field of Dreams Game
"They built it they came in they played the first ever field of dreams game and it was a dandy as the white Sox defeated the Yankees ninety eight eight home runs in the game for by each team but the last one was the most dramatic is Tim Anderson's two run shot in the ninth one it gives Anderson on his aerobics the woman you know all around you know being able to walk it off is definitely for you know one of my one of my best moment of my career for sure also hitting home runs for the socks were Jose Abreu who E. like Jimenez and sepi Savala Aaron judge hit a pair for New York with Jian Carlo Stanton and Brett Gardner also going yard before the game commissioner rob Manfred confirmed that this will be an annual
"carlo" Discussed on Wealth Is In The Details Podcast
"And then the monte carlo simulations once again reflected higher higher probability to success so it's really important that out well planned client not panic and make dramatic changes at the same time making those smaller adjustments to cash flow in revisiting. The plan on a regular basements on a regular basis. Really can help. It doesn't mean all his loss when we have these big abet events is volatility and we just want wanna plan for it. Yeah i think you just summed it up in a nutshell right there. I think one of the greatest advantages of working with a professional like us the fact that you're always bringing the client back to the plan. Keep them focused on the objectives. And what's most important to them. Because i think emotion plays a strong part of what we do as human beings. You've got to have a pro in your corner. That's going to be able to say okay. Let's settle down for a moment and just look at the plan. Look at what your objectives are and and then let's talk about what is most important so that you can make those adjustments. I think that's right planning to processes. It's not just a a one time event so important to to to re maintain flexibility. And you're planning so you can make these adjustments. It's so important to manage. Your debt have sufficient cash on hand and plan for the things that are impossible to plan for a so like to think we're keeping our clients on the right path by reviewing and updating their plans on a regular basis so that they can complete this journey with that clarity and the confidence that that we we we hope all our clients feel yep absolutely and if the listeners are looking for that clarity confidence peter how did they get a hold of you so they can start this journey with you..
"carlo" Discussed on Wealth Is In The Details Podcast
"They're meant as reasonable estimates for long term growth but also for long-term volatility so the monte carlo simulation runs the smith. Plan a thousand different times. Yeah it does it within less than a second. It's pretty lazy. So each trial uses a different or of returns that we would consider normal and within a range of expectations so just as an example in trial one. The first year return might be five percent year to the the return might be ten percent year three. It's negative seven year four could be negative ten year five. It's positive fifteen. Keep doing this. We do this every year until age. One hundred it in a successful trial means that there's a dollar left in their investment portfolio at age. One hundred if they run out of money at age ninety nine. The trial wasn't successful. Okay we do then we trial to and we use a different order and magnitude of returns. Some are higher or lower. We do the same for trial three four. We keep doing it. We do it a thousand times and we look back. We say how many trials were were successful getting having there be a dollar left in the client's portfolio at at age eight hundred and are dismissed successful harbor percent of the time ninety percent eighty percent fifty percent or twenty percent. I'm sure everybody wants to be successful. One hundred percent of the time. But i don't know if that's possible is ninety percent good eighty percent good. Where do you draw the line. I think the the monte carlo simulation isn't always completely understood and it has its limitations the most important thing to realize that we're only taking into account the variability of investment returns inflation unplanned expenses. Those lower expect that lower expected income tax changes..
"carlo" Discussed on Wealth Is In The Details Podcast
"But you're withdrawing five thousand dollars so now your account is worth about eighty nine thousand and now in year four the portfolios down three percent. It's now worth eighty six thousand you take out another five thousand and now you're down to eighty one thousand in order to get back to one hundred thousand dollars. Your portfolio needs to get a rate of return of twenty twenty. Three percent oofta. Yeah that's my feeling. That's just it's not that can't happen it certainly can but it doesn't happen all the time so i'm afraid that this portfolio could really be a downward spiral. Yeah that's trouble right. Yeah so how do you plan for the variable. The variability of returns so we use this analytical tool called monte carlo simulation and it's not about the casinos so so before it's described this tool. Let me describe how we model our plans for all of our clients. We build two models based on on on the same set of assumptions. We look at the client inflows and outflows the This first model is what we call a straight line model. We assume all the same expenses we assume. An inflation factor. It's based on a long-term average and we're currently using two point three percent not that's a prediction of inflation. That's just what we're using because that's an historical average. We then we then. This is how we do it. We think about building an investment portfolio that may provide a return that's two and a half percentage points above inflation so about four point eight percent is kind of what we plan for in this straight line model the we assume inflation a two point three that the investment portfolio will generate a return. Four point eight percent for for their lifetime. That's an average return knowing that sometimes it's going to be higher. Sometimes it's going to be lower in my thinking. Is that over. A market cycle of seventeen years. A balanced portfolio of stocks and bonds is really likely to beat inflation by about two and a half percent..
"carlo" Discussed on Wealth Is In The Details Podcast
"Hello and welcome to. Wealth is in the details with peter roskin rest and fighting group. Good morning peter. How are you. I'm good eric how are you. I'm doing fantastic. I am actually kind of really interested in in your topic today. I didn't. I didn't get a whole lot from ya. But i've heard that we're talking about monte-carlo which is i think we're straying from what we normally do. Are we reviewing the movie today. Like the old james bond the interesting. Yeah that would be fun to. And they've got another podcast cash but no we're not reviewing a movie so okay what will actually be doing is and not as exciting as an adventure film from monaco. But we've got a financial planning tool that really helps us deal with with the very ability of investment returns and then the probabilities of our clients meeting their goals. And i just want. Just make a point eric that i'm really not a gambler is not that i have anything against gambling as a form of entertainment but it just doesn't make me happy.
Creating Trust in Data With Data Observabilty
"Bar welcome. It's great to have you on the show. It's great to be here. thank you for having me. I'm excited to be speaking to you. About the state of data driven organizations they equality the reliability and all the cool things monte-carlo working on before we get started. I'd love if you can walk us through your background and how you got into the data space. Yeah happy to so I was actually originally born and raised in israel. I i i was actually drafted. Israeli air force Enjoys it was commander of data analyst unit. I moved to the bay area about a decade ago. after that is in math in stats Actually i thought it was going to go in deck -demia At made that is actually a physics professor and so thought that i was going to follow his footsteps but Ended up having to was my big phil. My dad moment When i didn't didn't continue maybe sometime later in the future instead actually went to work for a consulting company called bannon co Where i work mostly with companies actually on on on their data strategy in operations In later on joined gain side. She's a customer success company Where was very fortunate to beat the company as time very fast and work some great people learn about how to create a new category gained site. I'm help create the customer success. Category and build a number of different functions among them the customer data and analytics team where we were responsible for data internally also four servicing our data to our customers of in helping them see from it And so those were some of my experiences with with data on. Actually how how encounters of the problem of of data downtime prior to starting monte carlo a few years ago
"carlo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And Brandon Carlo are among those who will be free agents this offseason. Sandra Bogart's homered and drove in a pair, but his Red Sox lost to the Astros 83 at Fenway. Second straight defeat after five straight wins. Socks will get one more crack at the Stros tonight, then won't face them. Again unless they meet in the playoffs. Adam Kaufman WBZ Boston's NewsRadio, 6 43 Back out to their roadways Now and every 10 minutes. Laurie Grandi is watching the Subaru retailers up New England All wheel drive traffic on the threes. Yeah, Jeff, another tractor trailer incident. This one on the mass pike eastbound at 4 95 in Hopkinton. That tractor trailer went off the road there. We're still dealing with big problems on 95. Let's check that out now with Christine Neck in the WBZ NewsRadio Road report. Laurie That's a tractor trailer crash that involved a tractor trailer and a guard rail, which is now heavily damaged 95 North island before Coney Street Wall fall. They've got the two left lanes shut down here, so you need to stay to the right to get by that. Everything is just crawling from back at 1 40 Boxborough up past this scene. We've also got delays now work approaching and getting past 1 52 in North Attleboro. And then there's a crash back at Exit two. Not far after the Rhode Island state line. It was in the left lane. They've just moved that over to the right. Kristen AC and the WBZ is Radio Road report. Another truck incident this one a pickup truck lost its trailer, which hit a mass d O T Arrow board for 95 North Band at 1 10 in Chelmsford. Back to the pipe for a second, another disabled truck to watch out for closer to Newton Corner eastbound on the mass pike. There it is still very tough. Downtown Lever connector is jammed. The Tobin Bridge is really jammed up now from the Chelsea curves all the way to the liver connectors to watch out for delays. They're getting word of another crash now. This one. Inside the Sumner tunnel. Traffic is stop and go from Logan Airport to that point again. The crash inside some inner tunnel. Laurie Grandi WBC's traffic on the three. It's beautiful here in Boston this morning at some sunshine cooler air dryer conditions 68 degrees right now, and we're headed to the mid seventies Live. Local.
Ancelotti's Real Return
"Big news today of course in spain carlo ancelotti back in charge of real madrid and he is left. Edison and pulls this is a man who's had so much success with real madrid over the years said we discussing yesterday. A lot happened in twenty four hours. Sunny is not is very much a left field choice. He's very much surprise. I think from almost everybody's perspective. I guess it suits in. I think really and truly row madrid's options were relatively limited. Of course they thought they had allegra in and that wasn't the case he went to the event. They thought they had a chance of getting project. Tina of power sanjay man. That's turned out to be very difficult. The contact question. I must confess are not fully. I don't fully understand why that has become a more plausible option for them in angeletti becomes a choice but man they know very well. Amanda will accept some of the difficulties that go coaching around madrid. Who's been there before. Who's been happy about it before as accepted it as well. you know. it's just something to be up to coach at club madrid. I why this is a kind of a comfort choice now. Of course the question mark is for how long. How long does this remain a comfort choice. Whichever one is happy with but for the time being at least this kind of puts out the fires. And i think that's the main the main way to interpret.
A Liberal at Liberty With Kevin Roose
"On this season of in god we lost. We heard from a number of students who attended liberty university. Were they trained to be champions for christ. It looks like this beautiful kind of wonderland for young conservative christians. Everyone was so friendly and just like constantly nice. The university's leader jerry. Falwell junior took liberty to great heights. They went from one hundred hundred and fifty million net assets and two thousand sixty seven to nearly a billion in two thousand twelve and turned it into a can't miss destination for national conservative politicians. It was magical because all the built in production at liberty university was it was all. They're all moving cameras. The cameras on booms the microphone the sound all the music all of it. But in august of twenty twenty everything in jerry's world came crashing down june carlo. Grand up told reuters that he had a sexual relationship with falwell's for years a relationship that involved him having sex with becky. Falwell while jerry falwell on you start to realize the kind of wrought that's at the bottom of your community and the in the idyllic nature of the play starts to feel more like decadence and the entire liberty community was left reeling in the wake of the scandals and since we started this series been a lot of developments in the story. Yeah in april. The spokesperson for liberty university told reporters that trae falwell is no longer employed by the university. Jerry falwell junior later tweeted. My son was told he was being fired. After years of service for no reason other than it was a public figure and as one falwell has shown the exit at liberty. Another is welcomed in jonathan falwell jerry. Juniors younger brother the one who followed their father in the ministry has been named the new campus pastor.
Bruins Beat Rangers 4-0 for 5th Victory in 6 Games
"The Bruins are within four points of the east leading penguins with two games in hand after Patrice Bergeron scored for the fourth straight game helping Boston down the Rangers for nothing tonight was about us making sure we're playing the way we want to play and everyone coach contributing and and and I thought we did that Jeremy Swain and needed to stop only fifteen shots for his second career shutout Jake DeBrusk Charlie McEvoy Brandon Carlo also scored in the Bruins fifth win in six games Brad Marchand and David great she had two assists apiece for the Bruins who allowed just seven shots over the first two periods Igor Shuster can stop thirty shots in the Rangers fifth loss in a row I'm the ferry
The Underdogs Who Outraced the Nazis
"The year is nineteen thirty to rally racer lucy o'reilly shell her husband and co-pilot laurie fellow ralliers hector petite and shock marciniak a reporter for the parisian leisure. No have just left sundsvall in their black bugatti t four four making their way to the monte carlo rally starting line sweden blurry quickly pilots the car through the thick arctic fog cautiously aware of the four inch thick lack ice below them. Suddenly the tire chains failed to catch the body as it veers and then glides into the air about take flight before anyone in the car can even scream the bugatti snacks forcefully into a snowbank florian lucy make sure their passengers are uninjured and then address the real issue. The team needs to make it to a man before the rally is set to begin or they won't be permitted to compete. Lucy shell the five foot four norm defying rally driver. This is not a face shield. Allow her car mates to entertain long. Lucy sends hector jacques off to look for a nearby farmhouse for health. Then she and lori begin to desperately hacked the snow with their picks and shovels. It is one o'clock in the morning. Thirty below zero and they're stuck in the middle of a pine forest at least ten miles from the nearest village. Though the to realize their seemingly insurmountable odds the shells need to free their body and continue to rally as planned the show of nasty turn out to be routine for lucy riley show the sports car driving heiress though later. Put together a team of unlikely heroes to beat hitler. At one of his favourite games motor sport
Bold Predictions for the Bruins' 2021 Lineup
"I mean, I think the defense is cut-and-dry as to who the top Thai it's going to be it's going down. CSX home who we've talked about before thing that was on Bruins beat but everything you want and a top-four defenseman, right? I mean, he's a veteran guy thirty years old he signed for for a great value. I think it's three point six million per year signed through next year big body 6-4 eats a lot of minutes and also as like a good five-on-five score, I think like his scoring gone off this year. I think he's got like four or five goals in like a short amount of time. So my fantasy team he he does, you know, yes, but he's German a lot of office right now, but even without kind of this, you know spurt in terms of five and five goals, he's also I think getting a lot of just good at driving the plates good at moving the puck for a big body all that stuff. So I think he's thrown away the the topic there again, we're back to see what Brandon Carlo status is cuz right now I don't think anyone really knows what it's going to be which you might have to address that on the right side, but I think if you're looking for and we've talked about this, but as good as this defense is dead. Is a whole lot of risk in terms of rolling out lausanne and zaboor and back and iron and just you know, throwing them to the Wolves when you play Washington or if they get past it Tampa or one of these teams, right? That's a lot of these kids in a year where you should be going all-in. So I think you definitely need a defenseman but it all kind of goes back to you know, what the price would be farik ho mere fact that there's not a lot of other top-tier bloodshot D out there that at least fit all you know, check all the boxes off like at home does so it's going to be a lot forum. And also you're going to have a bunch of other teams that going to be going after them. I see Philly like targeting them him especially with the way the decor is said they need to shore up their their place their spots even more cuz like they're one young but also they're letting in a lot of goals the Bruins. I'm sorry, you feel like Philly be even more desperate for a guy like that. But I think easily feeling a defense. He's the guy that the Bruins and a bunch of other contenders want.
Washington Capitals' Tom Wilson suspended seven games by NHL for hit on Boston Bruins' Brandon Carlo
"Elliot seven game suspension for tom wilson. I don't wanna go over. They can prejudice a jury here. I don't want to go over the usual arguments here about did he. Didn't he intention all that kind of stuff. That always gets itself played out hysterically on twitter and we saw that fire tonight and over the weekend and no these conversations going to happen. But what are some of the questions that you had going into the tom wilson hearing and are you surprised that he had one in the first place and does any part of a seven game suspension. Surprise you you know. I think the most interesting thing i've found is that you know there are a lot of people who believed that. He only got suspended. Because he's tom wilson And that if it was just about any other player in the nhl who delivered that hit. We wouldn't be talking about anything here. And i think the capitals believe that. I mean you heard peter laviolette save. I saw the the hit. I mean his feet round the ice. He stayed down with everything. Looks like a hard hit in the corner of not not exactly sure what happened but to me. It looked like just a hit. You heard ovechkin call it a joke And one of the things we talked about on. Fridays podcast was. How frederick drove the capitals crazy on the wednesday night game the night to game two nights earlier when he was all over ovechkin than ovechkin spirit him and you were the one who asked okay. How was he allowed to do this. And then two days later they play again and on the shift with carlo. Wilson tries to engage frederick a couple of times. And frederick's noah got a constant winning a game here and he runs over carlo you know. Maybe he was frustrated. I don't know i i. I don't know how wilson would explain it but you know. Saturday is a day. I make a of my phone calls and i asked around legalized and people are just generic conversation. It came up. What do you think about wilson how bad you think he's gonna get it and i did have a lot of people say to me if this was anyone other than number forty three on the capital's nobody would even be talking about this. Nobody would be if it was a hit that anyone else delivered. It wouldn't be a penalty or suspension. A lot of people felt them. But that's what happens when you have the history right. All of a sudden people look at you differently. You don't get the benefit of the doubt name Four hundred other players in the league if they throw that hit they get nothing but because of his history. That's what happened in this case. Like i really believe probably looked at elliot. Moore's while that was a tough hit with a bad outcome. But because his tom. But but i think generally predisposed to assume the worst when it comes to tom wilson but that's a reputation that earned so on friday night. He throws the hit because there was head contact. The first thing everybody looks at is rule forty eight yep illegal check to the head and is the head the main point of contact and the answer there is no this is my guess. My guess is that the people in the nhl department of players safety said this is not a rule forty eight and then when they started thinking about it they looked at it and they're like we don't like this. Is there anything else it is and if you read rule forty one which is boarding. You know it's there you can make that argument. And i think that's exactly what happened. Is they made that argument. And they said that's boarding. Now it's new president's you know that's not the way boarding tends to get called boarding tends to get called when a guy has hit from behind and carl wasn't hit from behind i think that's one of the things that the capitals and possibly the players association discussed wise. You guys don't call boarding like this and at the end of the day that's why it wasn't also like thirty or forty games because boarding doesn't carry those kinds of suspensions historically the highest boarding penalty i could find. I suspension was zac. Rinaldo in two thousand fifteen. It was eight games. Right and wilson gets seven. So i think that's why he got less. You know the other thing. Is you know the capitals argued. It was a clean hit like some other people had said to me and the league just felt the totality of it all was illegal.
Washington Capitals' Tom Wilson Receives 7 Game Suspension After Hitting Boston Bruins' Brandon Carlo
"Tom wilson's added again. The washington capitals rugged. Ford i was gonna call him tough guy but that was very tough thing. He did there recently against the boston. Bruins tom wilson has now been suspended for seven games for a hit against the boards on boston's brandon carlo. And it was well ugly in every way hit can be ugly. It was basically carlo up against the boards. Got the pocket and his skates. And wilson comes up and pretty much collides with the side of the guy's head and he left the game due to injury and It was just and it's not one of those deals where he can sort of. Give the guy the benefit of the doubt. Tom wilson continually runs into trouble with the nhl law and I mean these seven game. Suspensions four-game game suspensions the they just don't seem to be getting through to this guy. Now what did you think of him. There's no doubt in my mind that that he's lining up the guy's head okay whether shoulder right. That's the big hit right. That's the big hit when you when you leave the ice. Hers people incorrectly. See all the time. He left his feet. You know when he when he's leaving the isis the guys up against the boards. I think he's not even looking at him. Got his head down and this guy sort of lays into them with a shoulder to connect with his head. Okay so that's that's a terrible brutal disgusting dirty hidden hockey. Triple that stevie. When you're looking at the guys had up against the glass and you're gonna go smashing. You know like the guy the guys up the guys up against the boards and there's his his face might even be against the glass when he does it steve. It's just freaking heinous man idea. I thought i. That's what i thought when i looked out said that's like punching a guy down steve that's like punching a guy when his heads on the ice and you know as heads on the ice right. They don't do it right. You seldom see that right. The guy will pull up. What was the example. Last week was a beautiful example. The guy waving the linesmen and because he was going to use going to murder the kitty was fighting right. Yeah but this guy. I think he. He saw it from a mile away in terms of hockey speed. You know like you have a good two seconds there and tried to smash his head like a pumpkin into the glass. That's what i that's what i saw. Elsie the same. I mean and it's and it's this guy it's one of those deals where maybe i'm throwing around benefit of doubt of. It's somebody who's never done something like this before because it is a fast game and guys move the last second but there's nothing i can find here where i i can even begin to go down that road. A it's is tom wilson. You know if there's been a murder and there's a serial killer hanging around the scene of the crime. I'm gonna probably look his way and not given benefit of the doubt It's tom wilson and brandon. Carlo is totally stationary up against the boards. There was one today it was. Let's see. I think it was chicago in saint. Louis i wanna say and There was a big hit Behind the net and I mean it was one where he could look at and say okay. Well that's second go either way but this one was just. This is a guy. Carlos stationary against the boards. He didn't change direction. Didn't spin at the last second. He's totally still. And this guy had really his choice of where he wanted to hit him and He clearly chose get the the good. Maybe do the most damage knock this guy goofy. Get the puck and off. I go and intimidating. That's tom wilson's game. And so it's that's that's the frustrating part of it but more than that though it's hard for me to get to work out a budget anymore. Because the nhl at large doesn't seem to care that much y'all through a seven game suspension. Well this guy's been suspended repeatedly in the league and It doesn't seem to change anything for him and they don't ever seem to want to do something more fierce with this
Caps' Wilson suspended 7 games for Carlo hit
"The Washington Capitals will be without Tom Wilson Sunday night against the Flyers as the winner was suspended seven games by the NHL's Department of Player Safety for boarding Boston Bruins defenseman Brandon
A Conversation With Carlo Rovelli On quantum physics
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Caps' Wilson gets in-person hearing for Carlo hit
"The Capitals will be without Tom Wilson for a while, the caps forward said to have an in person hearing with the NHL Department of Players Safety, which implies he could be facing a suspension of at least five games for last night's hit that sent Bruins The Bruins Brandon Carlo to the hospital. Rob would
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