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Bruins hire Montgomery as coach to replace Cassidy
"Jim Montgomery is the new head coach of the bruins The 53 year old Montgomery spent the past two seasons as an assistant with the blues He was fired from his first NHL head coaching job by the stars in December 2019 with a team citing unprofessional conduct Montgomery replaces Bruce Cassidy who was dismissed following her first round loss in the playoffs Montgomery will open the season without at least two key components left wing Brad marchand and number one defenseman Charlie mcavoy will miss the start of the season due to injuries And Patrice bergeron is mowing retirement I'm Dave
Domi, Raanta help Hurricanes close out Bruins 3-2 in Game 7
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" mcavoy" Discussed on WTOP
"To listen live or ask your smart speaker Just say Alexa open TOP or okay Google play WTO P the latest news 24/7 360 five Is everywhere you are Sports at 15 and 45 on 5 45 and over to Dave Johnson Hey ever go to a hockey game and yell shoot Shoot the puck Well after the capital's four three loss of Boston ruins last night in Boston Nicholas backstrom we just gotta start shooting a little bit more I think and there's too much yeah I just passing it around I mean we gotta start creating some more shooting some more parks and eventually that's when after that that's when things are going to open up You can't score less you shoot Now backstrom did score last night to tie the game at three but bruins Charlie mcavoy scored with 45 seconds left to break the capitol's heart Marilyn women had a tough loss through Ohio State 95 89 former terrapin Taylor Mike Sal led the buckeyes with 33 points Georgetown continues to struggle the big east 83 75 loss to Providence February 10th at 3 p.m. that is the NBA trade deadline And for the Washington Wizards Bradley Beal So is one of the toughest parts of the year You know team one is individual wise You see the rooms every day I think it's imperative to note that when it is a few weeks away you know so if we do make a move you know they get on a bug get their Diane get where it is and get acclimated and be God's gone Bill knows all to help out all those rumors He's always seems to be the subject of that Wizards home tonight against Toronto D.C. United FC Dallas closing in on a deal that would send midfielder poll areola to Dallas in exchange for $2 million in general allocation money which would be in Major League Soccer record maytime D.C. and I reportedly has its eye on an unnamed designated player Australian open today Madison keys and ash bharti among the winners They've Johnson ever util be sports Coming up a rock singer with one of the bestselling albums of all time has died It's 5 47 When we at American Eagle dot com were asked by.
" mcavoy" Discussed on WTOP
"At 15 and 45 Powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white Think red 5 15 and here's Dave Johnson by Bruce's the hockey equation that hurts twice the capitals rally to tie the game with a bruins but in the end it equaled a one point loss capitals lose the bruins in Boston four to three Charlie mcavoy the game would have only 45 seconds left and Nicholas backstrom Yeah that's really tough but it would have been nice to just get a point out of it at least but it happens We got a learn from it and move on Yeah well next up our old lesson they learned and believe it or not it's pretty simple Marilyn women and 95 89 lost to Ohio State former terrapin Taylor Mike so led the buckeyes with 33 points men's basketball Georgetown 83 75 lost the Providence You know the Washington Wizards are a deep team but in the quest for consistency Kyle Kuzma Trying to find who's in who's out you know we're still playing a bunch of guys at the same time too You know it's tough the most teams in the plan Maybe 9 guys you know so just kind of live with it sometimes And just figure it out on the fly But with so many options off the bench rob wood four points out in the D.C. sports The wizards could go into the playoffs assuming they get there wizards could go into the playoffs one of the freshest teams So that is to their benefit but it does put a lot of pressure on west until junior Yeah how the manager player minutes So D.C. sports hero and podcast D.C. app Apple wherever you get your podcast was your home tonight against Toronto at the Australian open among the winners Madison keys and ash party Big Johnson WTP sports Up ahead after traffic and weather COVID hits Virginia liquor stores and they're having to shorten their hours now It's 5 17 Cho I'm John and Reno say that the music director of the national symphony orchestra We are creating something very special at our next concert and I love for you to experience.
McAvoy's late goal lifts Bruins to 4-3 win over Capitals
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" mcavoy" Discussed on WTOP
"And rob It came down to the final minute in Boston where the capitals just came up short against the bruins The left side to brush gets in with van reem Stein and third of Ari on mcavoy shot he scores Charlie mcavoy with 45 seconds left in regulation has scored a power play goal and the bruins in the game's final minutes leaded four to three That was John Walton with a call of what would be the final score in the cap second straight lost to Boston this month and 5th straight to the bruins overall if Ghani kuznetsov and Nick backstrom scoring for the third place capitals the 12th ranked Marilyn women's basketball team was lit up by a former turp in a 95 89 loss to Ohio State Taylor Mike Sel scored a career high 33 points to pace the buckeyes while Chloe bibby scored 14 of her 20 in the fourth quarter as part of a late rally that ultimately fell short for the 12 and 6 terps and their third conference loss of the season the Georgetown men still winless in conference four big east games to be exact as they have now lost 5 in a row after an 83 75 lost to number 21 Providence It is little consolation for the wizards in the aftermath of a one point loss to Brooklyn but that's assistant coach David van der Poel was fined $10,000 and the nets penalized 25 grand for his interference with the fourth quarter past the Kyle Kuzma D.C. United reportedly close to a record setting deal that would send Paul areola to FC Dallas for a $2 million General allocation with incentives that would shatter previous MLS records Rob would fork WTO sports American diplomats are ticked off tonight at what Russia and China have done We'll explain coming up This week on federal insights sponsored by rancher government solutions here Reggie Cummings the executive director of infrastructure operations at veterans affairs talking about network and application modernization There are things that are sitting out at a.
" mcavoy" Discussed on Boston Sports Beat
"Jason freaking Tatum. Yeah. Yeah, no, and you're right. And there's a lot of things that go into it. The way Marcus reacted when they were discussing captains, it doesn't matter. We're all captains. If we're all captains, all captains don't do this, Marcus. It's not definitely not a good look. So you can say we're all leaders we lead by example. This is a crap example. So bad start in this regard here with a new and you're putting your new coach in a really tough spot here. You know, right out of the gate. It's not a great way to get email indoctrinated into Celtics land. But moreover, there's a lot of tricky things here. Can you name a captain who's unvaccinated? We don't know who is or isn't. Is that a problem? You might have somebody who might be missing more time because of different things and the rules if they can't be around the team as much because not being a vaccinated player. And we don't know who is or isn't and I'm not going to assume anything here. But there's probably a lot of things that go into that decision. As far as Marcus alone is concerned here, you know, I think, you know, this is stuff that we've seen a little too often from him. You'd like it to be clear by now because he's a veteran. He just got paid, you know, he's supposed to be a leader. Definitely not a good look. What are you looking for out of the final preseason game tonight if anything? Oh, I'm looking for nee Smith. I'm looking for Romeo. I'm looking for those side dishes. I mean, we know what the main course is. Exactly. It's going to be Tatum. It's going to be brown. But what about the side dish? Can we get a good Romeo? Can we get an impactful Nissan? Because here's the thing. When you look at this roster, someone has to emerge for this team that is not at the forefront of anyone's Scotty report. And I look at Romeo and I look at niece as a two best candidates for that and also Payton Pritchard, I thought I had a good outing the other night, but again, I think he might be hurt more than anyone else by the numbers. If all the Celtics players are relatively healthy, I think he'll be impacted the most because I think he's earned the right to play more minutes, but I just don't think the numbers will allow that to happen. And you and I agree on this, that doesn't happen unless a veteran who's expected who came in here expecting to play minutes has their minutes largely reduced and that strawberry Richardson. Yeah. Richardson. But for my perspective, that's actually what I'm looking to see here. I need to see, you know, and again, it's just a preseason game. Four preseason games and missing half your team to injury or COVID does not give you much time to gel on the court in game situations. So I fully expect the first ten games of the year are going to be a lot of experimentation and mixing and matching and people getting comfortable. I do need to see how Richardson and Schroeder mesh with the rest of the team. Because right now, Richardson has not looked super impressive and not really sure what his role is on this team and we haven't seen enough of Schroeder to know exactly what he's capable of or which version of him we're going to get. We've seen one a couple of years ago that it's a 6th man candidate played at a super high level..
" mcavoy" Discussed on Boston Sports Beat
"As much as the bruins have had a pretty good track record over the years of retaining talent at or below market value, you would do imagine they were going to have to pay up in some respects. But all things considered as staggering as it is to see that 9 and a half million on a bruins, you know, cap sheet. I think it's well worth the value of getting in a guy like that, especially over the next couple of years. And exactly, it's an 8 year deal and it's close to, but not absolutely top of market for potentially a top 5 guy who's going to be a top 5 guy for the next for the life of the deal. And so this is going to be a bargain if mcavoy continues on his trajectory or even if he's playing at the level he played last year for the duration of this is money well spent and a thing that you just had to have locked up and now they do. So that's obviously a good thing for Charlie. The other thing is in that here, Jeremy sweyn, the opening night goalie, we've talked about this. He clearly deserved it, but again, him getting named the starter here is as much a credit to him as it is a referendum on Linus all Mark who they brought in here as the presumptive every night goalie and wouldn't didn't mean they brought him in here to play 60 games, but he was supposed to be the number one. I think this is more than just an opening night start. I think swimming is your one until he shows you otherwise. Yeah, you know, Bruce Cassie kind of mapped out that in October, especially they really want to see how both these guys fare. But still, as you said, it's been a bit of an indictment and quite the statement from Jeremy swam in terms of just taking that opportunity and running with it because going into camp, I think we all expected that Omar was going to get that nod. Not only the fact that he's a veteran, the handed him a $20 million deal, but barring a situation where one goal is going to be significantly better than the other. Let's say both of them had around the same production and net of these first three preseason games, it's going to fall to all Mark. The fact that swam in a rookie, superseded and kind of leapfrog him on the depth chart over the span of just a couple of games. Not what the brooms I think mapped out in terms of going into this season. You'd like to have all Mark show the promise as to why they thought he was the number one goalie why they handed him in $20 million contract, not to say that three subpop games kind of paints a picture of your entire season, but still, the objects of it, not great. Yeah. So just to let everybody know at home, Connor's been busy all day. There's stuff on Boston.
" mcavoy" Discussed on Boston Sports Beat
"But Alex core is not going to go out there and say, yeah, I started sale if he's because if he sucks, I can not get back it up tonight, so. Right. But it makes sense. The Astros pitchers now they're without mccullers forearm strain could be the season for him. So stocks didn't face him this year. Obviously, that's bad for Houston. It really strains their depth. But the one and two starters that they're going to be facing are people who fared really well against the Red Sox particularly game one starter for amber valdes who was really dynamite in his two starts in those back to back June starts when the teams met. You know, home and away. And then you have The Rookie going in game two who also faced them one time and was Louis Garcia. It was also very solid. So do you expect different results this time around facing these guys again? Well, the Red Sox do because they've seen them now. They were unfamiliar with them back in May and June during the two regular season meetings that were separated by a week. At the time, the Red Sox and Alex Cora in particular really went out of their way to say that Houston had game planned against the Red Sox lineup, better maybe than any team they faced all season. And a lot of that credit goes to Brent strom, who is the 73 year old pitching coach for the Astros, a guy who's really been able to change with the times adapt some of the analytics info and relay that information to his young pitchers, Martine Maldonado, the catcher is also very good at game calling and they were able to really limit what the Red Sox could do. I think there were four runs scored in the three losses here and three runs in the two games in Boston. So they really shut down a powerful Red Sox lineup. Now, Quora and Tim hires the Red Sox hitting coach. I spoke to both of them earlier in the week about what's going to be different this time. And they both said that first of all, the Red Sox were kind of going into an offensive funk at that time. So Houston kind of caught them at the right time. But they also noted that it's a different animal preparing for the postseason. There's a different dynamic. It's not game after game after game after game one series, blends into another. You have some time to prepare to really look at some video take a look at what they tried to do last time and apply it here. So they think they're going to be better results this time around. Yeah. And it's also interesting, I think, just as a side note a big thing in this series is just how the Astros pitched Rafael Devers in particular 50 something fastballs in a row. Yeah. And so I think it was 61 out of 62 total pitches were fastballs up in the zone or whatever. Now that's not necessarily Valdez's bread and butter with the blow guys away. But he's more of a sinker fastball with a really dynamite curve. So, you know, we'll see how they attack ever tonight, but particularly with the forearm injury as well. The Red Sox know it's coming, you know, Devers is, you know, for all intents and purposes, this team's big poppy. He's the guy who's got to be, you know, the big thumper in the middle of that lineup. They can't have him go over here because he's just overwhelmed by fastballs and, you know, by the way, I think he was in, you know, he was in that funk heading into Houston..
" mcavoy" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Opening night. Scores. There's the first goal of the new season and it's Jonathan drew in. Kind of a fitting one two punch there. Drew and all this troubles he had last year stepping away from the team. One of his biggest supporters with Josh Anderson both emotionally physically helping him back, but it's a turnover here by muzzin. Now you've got a two on one and how about the patience of Anderson? Just wait until high. Committed himself and went down. I just think that organization's been through a lot and you know, he's a number one center. He's going to be a number one center for a long time, and I think it was a positive vibe for the organization. You know, that's interesting. The idea of the asparagus Carcano offers sheet hastening along and it's Suzuki deal. I can remember on this podcast, you and I talking about this, you know, what effect is this gonna have on Nick Suzuki, like is Nick Suzuki gonna make sure he sends just very cut, can you hear me a Christmas card? Because that offer sheet like to your point about Montreal, you know, if they had matched, would Carolina just turn around and do the same thing with Nick Suzuki the following season or some other team, do the same thing with Nick Suzuki, the following seasons. I think that's a really interesting comment. Could you imagine if they offer shoot each other in perpetuity? So next year, it's Montreal's turn. Then the year after its Carolinas term. I love what we're like that. Don't you? I think the whole thing's hilarious. You know what? You need villains. It's good for the sport. I don't know if. Version of things is hilarious is the rest of us do, but you need villains because it's good for entertainment. I think it would be fantastic. But we know how the NHL operates and teams just won't do it. It's a rare bird, the offer sheet, which is what made the cut canyon situation. That much more special. Charlie mcavoy speaking of special, special defenseman with the Boston Bruins. And as we know, the Boston Bruins have a long history of getting players to come in under market value and whether it's, you know, with this team, Patrice bergeron or Brad marchand or David pasternak, the idea is very much the collective we over me. Does that streak again now with Charlie mcavoy? Is Charlie mcavoy the Boston Bruin player that finally says no, I want to earn what I'm worth. Thank you very much. Okay, so again, until this is a done deal, please don't take this as a report. I'm just using the old Doug McLean line. I'm not saying it's true. I'm telling you what I heard. And I think the information is reasonably solid, and I'm going to give you the process. So everybody kind of understands what I'm thinking here. There was a podcast we tape. I think it was our first news podcast in September, where I said, I think the bruins do a big run at getting Charlie mcavoy done before the season. And what I've been told was that they were working on an 8 year extension with mcavoy and the number was above warski, which is 9.5 plus. And after we recorded it, I got a call and I got some dispute on how close it was. And so I just wasn't sure and I didn't want to get well instead of podcasting. Or instead of radioed, I didn't want to get podcasted. I told them to take it out because I just had some uncertainty and if I could take it out, take it out before I'm really ready to defend myself if anyone challenges me on this. But that's what I'd heard and someone just said it's not close. I don't know if I'd go with that yet. So now cam newly comes out the other day and says they're working on it. And again, if it's an 8 year deal, I think the number is going to be very big. I know some people are guesstimating ten. I don't know that it's gonna get to ten. But I had heard 8 times 9.5 plus. And again, I'm not reporting that's a fact. I'm just telling you what the rumor is out there and the dispute I got was how close it was. So I think there's a chance to be a very big deal. It's obviously getting closer. The best I can tell is, I think they're kind of working on how the whole structure of it might be working. All I was told was there's work to do, but it's getting there. I always wonder what effect that has in the locker room because obviously for the longest time, the idea of the local discount was very much a thing in that room. Not unlike what it was like in Tampa as well with all of those discounts. You know, once that ends, it kind of ends for everybody, right? It's tough to sell the hometown discount when one player says, nah, I'm not gonna take that. I think it's yes and I think there's no, because we work in a team concept too, right, Jeff and we have something in contracts that says we're not allowed to discuss our contract negotiations with each other. But I think you kind of know, right? I think I kind of have a feeling about where I am in relation to some of my coworkers, for example. This is why Elliott talks down to me. That's right. That's right. You're even lucky to allow you on the same podcast. But the thing is, I've always looked at negotiations with this and I realized I'm not the same as everyone else. Once I sign my deal, you know, I can't be angry about it anymore. I agreed to the deal. And the good things that happen out of it and the bad.
" mcavoy" Discussed on Bruins Beat
"This is September 28th in this is the ruins beat on CL honest media. And we'll go back to the bruins beat on CL and SVD and my name is Evan marano. We got you having a great day, a great week. Hockey is back. It was so nice. Not only to see the bruins play a game on Sunday Night, but also to turn on NHL network and there's just games all the time. There's just their games on to like 12 a.m.. It was awesome. Just have hockey back. Even though it's pre season, it's still very, very fun. So I hope you guys are having a good time as well. And who better to talk to to begin the season than Andrew raycroft? I want to have razor's take. I wonder if I wanted to raise her on for a while now to get his take on the goaltending situation and we spent the first half of this show discussing everything that you could possibly discuss when it comes to the goaltending with this team. And then we discussed some other stuff as well. Jake de brusk had a huge night Sunday. What does it mean for him? How big is it for him to start off kind of hot? And then we get into Charlie mcavoy's deal. And we get into some different things with the fourth line. So this was good..
" mcavoy" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"To recover. And i was doing a scene with spike jones and will arnett and david cross and every single thing left my head on and on was gone forever. You know and it wasn't so david is i to step off and have thing and i was like Pointless pointless i grind read it. And i come back and it would just nothing of is so more chiffon guide. I think about the all the time. And it's horrible is horrible nightmare but those people looking at me just awful relive some horrible horrible for you james. Even score got my god. I don't know. I mean i think i'm just really good at remembering now. Don't look at as though. I i forget my lanes all the time africa. Melena onstage shakespeare. Just recently. In ruston like i've i forget what landlords i generally just blog it and make I'm not gonna stop talking until i get back to. A line is actually in the script. And i standing right there on the shoot. I'm going to see as much as i need to say as much ridiculous tax is i need to get my intel. I get back on target and then you can just improvise. Shakespeare very easily could just married up. Crying try rhyming couplet. Shakespeare is is ridiculous. You mentioned a product that i've actually very very curious by james. I love clarify. And i love this background of this project. So yes. this is kind of improvised thriller that you shot. What can what can you say about. Hold my son is threatened by caddy. On what's academy on. It was undamaged. He he's made this from once before in france is ideal is makes every couple of years in a different country language. Different actors doesn't see what happens because the lead actor doesn't have a script doesn't know what's going to go on from one minute to and any just let she go so my first day i show up at the wanna give another way but my first day. I show up literally drive to this these location. Gps coordinates Claire standing there. Doing something and i'm like all right here. We go For years but Yeah it was james. How did you not just Whether it was a couple of moments there was a guy lewis shows up. And i'm like oh. I got we. Add is quite hard and then another point like a guy like jumped out of something and try to do some. it was like jamie became. You've been playing football looking fifteen years. Yes so it was. It was quite funny a couple times and preserve the reality of all you are also preserving the the enemy blood amazing but argued pumped show to reality show where they're just amazing and shown a great film within a film every other year. What he's not making there. You go sharon. Your os obviously very busy among the many projects on your slate Did you shoot the nicholas cage movie. This mary yeah. Yeah so on the nicholas cage scale of crazy nicholas cage genus. This is playing a version of nicholas cage. Yeah how insane the cage exposure instant you have in the best possible way. I hope oh In the best possible way it was you know it was completely insane. Because he's saying himself and he's playing a younger well he's paying a version of himself and then he's saying version of a younger version of himself on. It's super massa. On it's also like a sort of You know i. It's it's it's a it's a thriller on its you know there's like high speed chases and and Like everything you could possibly want you know. There was one day where he should have been recording his lines the night before. Because it's how he learns he came in and he decided to do them in a in a in a certain way and he was playing the some offing. Is that often. That was a real I'd be up in a jeep during an action. Maybe nick cage where he's playing recorded the night before and but it was always just the best one ever but it was also weirdly in the midst of lock tannock. We shut it but it passed it locked down hard when we were there so you we were just in this hotel with nowhere. Nowhere to go and really nothing to do and you know it was intense in that way also disquieted in an audited like really feel and taking the moment of where communication i would watch nick cage movies in the evening blase about it so so that was weird. You know i'd come in the morning and until to him by you know something. Watch night before had to do. I love it. I love the. I spoke to pedro pascal briefly at the end of that. It seemed like it was. It was an experience for all women that i can't wait to see how it turned out. Guys thank you so much for the time tonight. This is a little bit shorter version of the podcast. That i usually do. But i couldn't resist the chance to catch up with my favorite kissing. Bandit mr james mcevoy and to meet you sharon. Because i'm such a fan. Congratulations on the film guys. the catching up with you guys. Soon you two tickets and so ends another edition of happy side confused. Remember to review right and subscribe to the show on itunes or wherever you get your focus on the big toe cost. I'm daisy ridley unidentifiable despite jones..
" mcavoy" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"You power leaving the door open is not one of your things. It's mcevoy move. I do just a little bit tied to you. Zoom participants am. I wasn't I'd have been the israel so you know and you guys have stucco. We call it pebble. Gosh well so what would i say. I expect a law of. I need a low of tactic. Maybe that maybe. I'm too too much physical contact. Maybe is this goes back to make sense like one of those guys. Just the law sex. You know what i'm saying. I need a. It's i've had that a few times okay. Okay what about everything about this. Production was accelerated. Right like as. I understand it It came together really quickly. Ten days of rehearsal. Ten days of shooting does not accelerate everything about its must kind of spoil. You guys have both been on much larger productions where. There's a lot of downtime. It must be so fantastically rewarding to just like every waking moment. Be thinking about this interest in it. Yeah we were just saying. It has spoiled us oxidative. The for the first meeting. I about after january just made this film on. I think we should make it like that seriously. I think we should rehearse it for for two weeks. And then i think we should film in two weeks. I don't see why we can't do that. And i always say can be the case for everything but there's some hangs the case for. I've done two movies in the last year and a half the remade in two weeks. Basically one of them was a completely improvised film. What i have a clue what was coming next and then the next one was this might make both of them and to come on. Everybody should be with us. He is the same amount of money please. That's the only caveat gas in two weeks. I will do more acting than those two weeks than you could ever entity four months where your conventional filmon over the years. Are you good with the downtime. I mean obviously humidity james. You've done the x-men films Enormous there's just inherently it takes a lot. There's a lotta downtime. Have you always been good at keeping the focus and filling the time it looks. I mean look. I remember coming off a best and go into montreal to shoot x. Men in the past and i was on stage working issues week loving it. Absolutely love literally sweating blood. Every second i was at work and then you go there and that was a i do some good acting not movie but it was so thank. I just remember like liquor. Who is anybody stressed. This is an absolute dawdle is non end the lovin it just love and life and being very aware that kind of work you know it was dependent hussein home looking after kids was was working hours going to have i and in montreal onset and by the same time you know as much as that was an antidote to the hard work you were doing on stage after a while you do get distracted your like. Oh my god hours between and and also what you get you might spend sixty hours trying to capture eight lines worth dialogue really. Is that any of those lines that maybe they were. None of those lanes really gets to the heart of Really sometimes you're not really doing much when even get your bet in so doing something like this. Which was about. I mean really as much as few people keep saying the word who actually felt more natural and realistic. And even though you're talking to the audience on we just talking to your mate. Aren't you just talk audience when you talk jimmy Aren't you just don't to the audience when you talk to your moment the phone. And that's what this feels like. This kind of token zillions shows like for me. I yeah i mean. I i have my audience. Oh the for suggested questions. One of the questions. That came up from from jen and kate and want to know how was it acting directly to camera and i might my fault would be like. Who are you imagining on the other end of the that camera or used to be someone specifically what well initially when we were rehearsing and there was no camera just stephen daltry cranston and ran into place like you know and so we were talking to him and we did discuss it a lot. You know what i'm asking. Dentists says like who because initially it was Gonna be A play and then the then you know the cia dying. I mean So so would you would have been talking to an audience so we have in the end. It was just like stephen wasn't invited was a guest in in our home. You know he was someone who didn't necessarily want to hear about our relationship but we were gonna tell him we each wanted to you know. Get him onside. Kindly let you do in marriage therapy or kinda like want the cancel their two young. You're right. I mean you can hear me from. I mean. Obviously you know i. If i'm really honest. I can't remember exactly what we landed on. All i know. is that For me it was a really new thing to do. And that the big thing i had to get over was not looking away. You know like. I had to sit a hold. I contact which. I find kind of hard. Because i'm really shifty and So see just kept saying you know like even when i do more. I felt like i was really really connecting with him. It'd be the first thing you'd say to me when when you know when we When we cut like keep looking away a learn it this might sound like a absurd talk to professional actors about. But i'm always like i just don't have a great number for memorizing stuff and in my job i sometimes have to do. Small amounts of dialogue and i can barely handle that but the sheer amount. That you guys are handling. Certainly you've done theater obviously have to know how to do this but like does this come naturally again. This is a ten day. Shoot that about a week and a half rehearsal do absorb that stuff quickly like are you both like just so in the zone that there's not even a question of like forgetting line or if you do you just roll with it. Or what do we definitely forgot. Lines the point where 'cause we begin thirteen minutes fourteen minute takes and there was a point where we can't mess out. We kept messing our kept messed up. We kept stopping if we messed up which they can give permission to stop when we messed up so the next time we did it with invariably make a mistake and off. You're never going to get through this. Remember weeks or call each other. Muir light right wherever heim Doesn't matter whether you shut your pints in the middle of a take you push through a main. Maybe maybe i shot myself. Because i up you just and then honestly the minute we had that conversation with each other. There were less mistakes and we did. Just get it done and yeah of course still mistakes in the things that you weren't entirely happy with it so we're going to be a choice when it's something that is one. Take quick none but but it was really interesting. Do look i love talking to the audience. And i love having lost. Do she said f it well written and thing. I haven't worked that hard since it was at school and a husband light. Learn shit off by heart. You know i that. My favorite review at reviews was the talked about how many lines to learn. And when my dad called me to say well done he jesus. I don't know how you remember all that dialogue sharon Yes someone knows. It was like ninety hard like as hard as the acting bit. I mean shit. Let's learn in very little high. So is there. I totally have matters for it. Is there a line over the years that has haunted you. I mean again not to keep going back to like excellent stuff but techno-babble stuff that particularly in the stuff. You've done over the years james i think of for you shine. You've done so much work. Are there lines that just like to this day are stuck in your head in your mares well i series cold the increasingly poor decisions of todd margaret. I traveled back from la to do..
" mcavoy" Discussed on Bruins Beat
"I'm curious what you think the D pairings should end up becoming. Yeah, I still think even with, and I think probably the optics of a manga boy, because there's like pairing. I've been taking a hit a little bit because they struggled I think in that islander series and are they the optimal top pair in terms of just like the personnel and what they bring? Maybe not, maybe you'd like to have a guy who's a little bit bigger there, but I think it's tough to ignore the numbers when they're out there together and how well they play. I could see situation where maybe depends on the matchup. Let's say you're going to begin to heavy four checking team like the islanders. Maybe you switch out in its full bird and you sacrifice a little bit of that production by keeping forward with mcavoy and physics further down the lineup. But I think over the span of a full 82 game season, I think in terms of maximizing talent of that decor that is talented, but I also think you need to rely quite a bit on that top pair to do quite a bit. I think you're better served keeping there's like a neck of wood together. It's just, you know, it's I think you put most guys with Charlie mcavoy. You're probably gonna have a pretty good pairing. Like, look at him and loves on last year. You know, like, I think he put most guys with him. You're gonna do pretty well. But I think if you want to just maximize that production and for a guy in Macau, who's still getting better, I mean, I think if you put him with grizzly, and they both play off each other so well that the points are gonna be there. You know, especially if they're getting minutes with the Berger online or the coil line. So I still think probably the safer bet is to keep those two together, but I'm like kind of split 50 50 on how I think it's going to be in camp because I could totally see it kind of being like last year, where it was mcavoy with lows on driving and paired by himself more or less and then goes further down the lineup. Yeah, I forgot about that. Lausanne opened camp and opened the season with mcavoy on that top pairing. You're right though. In the sense that I think those two should stay together and Chris like in mcavoy. But I think given what happened last year, especially the islanders series and given that they need to be bigger on D, I wouldn't be surprised to see four but open mcavoy..
" mcavoy" Discussed on Poke the Bear
"Well keeps on doing it. But sooner or later that I don't say luck but that string of signing guys below their market value it's going to run out eventually. And even if it's not Maggie boys getting Eric Carlson money you're still looking at it like you know you've got to pay the guy what his market value is. And based on these other contracts you've seen signed markets going up. Oh yeah and I think again every time I will run ski or a nurse or a Jones signs and exorbitant deal that those guys mcavoy is much better than. And that's not great. When that's happening because that's just raising behavior potential asking price. I'm better than these guys. I want to ask for a million more 2 million more per year. You mentioned something interesting on brewing speed. And I think it's I think this might be actually the work. I mean the worst case scenario you don't get inside. There's another offer. That would be like the maple leaf. Yes that would be the worst case scenario but the realistic worst case scenario would be he signed another short term deal. Let's say it's two or three years at 7 and a half 8 million per right? And then their whole idea is he's going to cash in when the cap goes up and the TV money kicks in and the pandemics in the past. Do you think there's any chance that happens? I mean I wouldn't be surprised if you're looking at. What the limits are in terms of mcavoy's leverage and grinding. He's got a lot of leverage in that you know he's got one top 5 Norris you know finish on his career. It's probably gonna get another one this year barring anything going haywire. So. One yeah it's probably the best route that he wants to take in terms of negotiating with the bruins if they want to stay. In this contention window because I imagine the bruins don't want to as much as they want to keep them. I think that's anyone priority. They like to do it without allocating an 8th of their caps face to them. You know they don't want to sign them to a ten and a half $1 million contract. If that's the. Situation and so be it but if your mcavoy and their hesitant to do that they're trying to squeeze out whatever's left of this kind of contention window..
Taylor Hall Shows Flashes in his First Game With the Bruins
"Did you think of Taylor Hall? Yeah, I think if you're a few of the problems you have to be encouraged as what you saw home. It's kind of interesting after the game. He saw a few like National people kind of reactive like I guess I forget who was if someone up in Canada that was like, well you saw from a game the Bruins have the works out for them with Kayla Hall like guys not confident really going to build his confidence back up which I mean he's he's admitted that but he needs to build his game back up, but I don't know how he saw anything from it off. They give you like a red flag of like all this guy's really fighting the puck. I mean, it's his first game with the new team hasn't played in ten days. People forget about the guy was literally was on the it was held out of games wage earning a new system. So, you know, I don't know people are expecting him to to score a hat-trick in his first game, but you know, I think he started off a little slow. I think he had to kind of adjust the new life mate said like kind of a bad turn over that kind of that spin around pass it went to a sabre instead of a brewing so like yes a little tentative at at this. But I think it's a game went on he got more comfortable. I think where you really kind of noticed him especially was transition wise very very kind of assertive and smooth to the neutral zone. Got a lot of an easy. Everybody was able to manufacture a lot of pretty clean Zone entries, which is usually been an issue for this team terms of kind of getting that momentum back. So I think especially moving phone number Against maybe more physical teams like the Islanders or the capitals where they really trying to, you know, have you in your Zone? Haven't got like Hall who can't support a guy like McAvoy or a Grizzly look and get the puck-moving. I think it'd be a big a big difference maker in terms of helping out that group. So I think if you're the Bruins as the the first step I think of to be encouraged it wasn't, you know, I don't get the month of drawbacks and people saying that you know, he he look like he was you know out of it or or anything like that like he was shooting off the rust seemed like he was fitting pretty well with Craig Smith and Dave G granted like Craig Smith might be scoring on a newline you put them on right now you guys just on fire so which is good news for the Bruins, right that gives them an actual finish on that line, but I think it's be encouraging. I think maybe that one thing people were concerned about, you know, there's the The Narrative about until hell not playing winning lucky or being a dog because he was on some bootleg teams, but I think his attention to details as the game went on we're pretty good. I mean That could that checking effort to really break up that last chance Buffalo hat and over time, you know, he was engaged on the other end of the ice or the thing is encouraging. So I think for a first step really know how you have to be discouraged by what you saw because the chances were there, right? He wasn't burying them. He supposed to work on a little bit but as a first kind of audition seemed like he did pretty well in that second line.
" mcavoy" Discussed on Radioactive Spider-Pod
McAvoy, Rask lead Bruins to 4-1 win over Rangers
"Charlie Coyle scored twice to lead the Bruins to a four one win over the Rangers Boston lost its previous two games allowing thirteen goals so they wrapped up the defense holding the home team's twenty one shots on to go Rask coil opened the scoring at six forty one of the first period and ended it with a short handed empty netter the center was pleased with the effort that's brewing Taki for us and we play that way I think we have more fun and and you see our work pay off our team to play against you know it's we're gonna get the result more times than not would play that way Colin Blackwell had the lone Rangers goal Rangers goalie Alexander Georgiev made thirty one saves he did miss time in the first period after suffering a cut above his left thigh might make you so New York
Palmieri scores twice, Devils beat Bruins 3-2
"Kyle Palmieri scored twice including a short handed tally to back mackenzie Blackwood's twenty five save performance in the devils three two win over the Bruins now merry opened the scoring early in the second period and added a breakaway tally to ruin a Boston power play and put New Jersey ahead to nothing later in the second bobbles aka scored for the second consecutive game and new Jersey moved to to what else is having seven games postponed due to covet nineteen Jake DeBrusk at Charlie McAvoy scored for the Bruins who had won nine of ten before losing to the islanders on Saturday I'm the ferry
Ovechkin returns, scores OT winner as Capitals beat Bruins
"Alexander Povetkin scored the overtime winner in his return after missing four games due to covert nineteen protocols as the capital's held up the Bruins forty three well that's can beat Boston goalie Tuukka Rask on a wrister from the high slot just twenty eight seconds into O. T. it was a Vatican seven hundred eighth career NHL goal tying former capitals great Mike Gartner for seventh all time Washington led three to nothing midway through the second but the Bruins rattled off three unanswered and tied it on Charlie McAvoy's rebound tally in the final minute I'm guessing Coolbaugh
" mcavoy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I don't care what it says in the shot clock and you have that shot. Take it. If you can't what the hell you taking a shot? You can't hit 50% of the time with 17 seconds left on the shot clock. What would you do that like that? The guys in the league and then not just a little bit Defensive swinging baseball in one hour or something, right? Yeah. What it is. These guys don't understand. With their shots are they just don't understand. They don't They don't understand what a good shot is. I brought up the Tin Cup reference because when 10 when, when we're McAvoy on 18 hit 15 balls or data, Where was it 67 balls into the water and then finally made the shot. Hey, made it got a crowd pleasing 11 as he put it, because he knew he could make that shot. He knew we had that shot, But it took him six balls in the water before he could prove it. Like when these guys shoot the shots. I'm like, I know you could make that shot. I know it. I know you could make it. But when you make it 28% of the time That doesn't prove anything. When you finally make it like great. You made it. You've missed 10. Other shots just like it proving you can hit that shot. If guy have more guys would understand what what is a good shot? What isn't a good shot based on time? Score. All those factors. Teams would be much better off, but some guys don't ever learn that Steve Young joining us next here on the sports leader. KV on KNBR, 1045 and 68 ft Toward sleep. Let's slow traffic.
" mcavoy" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You're listening to weekend edition from NPR News and from the news. I'm Queenie Kim Piedmont School District is planning on reopening its elementary schools. Kindergarten to fifth grade students will be going back in early December and the upper grades will be back in school in January. That is if the pandemic remains under control in Alameda County here to tell us about help Piedmont is planning to do this is DS Julia McAvoy and Julia Piedmont is a small district, and that gives him an advantage in terms of reopening for in person learning. Definitely. We're talking about a district of some 2500 students. They have just six schools. So yeah, Size makes a huge difference when it comes to logistics of reopening when compared to say, you know, Oakland, which has 36,000 students. And how they're planning to reopen is they've used the cares act money from the feds and the state to redo their H vac system. They have plans for outdoor classrooms. One teacher plans to have kids use clipboards and walk across the street to the park, for example. They're using the same disinfecting methods in their school bathrooms that the airlines are using to clean their airplanes. And, you know, of course, they're going to pee pee in the masks and the testing all in places well. We're going to see cohorts, a small cohort of maybe 13 students attending in the morning and then the other cohort of 13 students attends in the afternoon, and each spends the other half of the day doing distance learning. Now the reopening was pushed by a group of parents, but it's not without controversy. Yes, Oh, board member Corey Smigel said that they decided to survey their elementary school families and that 74% of those families said they wanted their students to go back into school in person. And that's kind of what built up. I think this pressure on the board and the superintendent to really focus on how they could make it happen. One of those parents who was in favor of sending her kid back was Lindsay Thomason, what his teacher has been able to do over the computer. I just don't have words for how impressed I am That said, I do think that the in person learning environment for my kids is best and I Understand that their other families who don't feel the same way for a huge variety of needs, she said. Look, this is absolutely no indictment on the quality of schooling that the teachers were delivering. They were amazing. But her kid really needed more. And I don't mean to say that that's best for everyone, especially right now with different people's concerns, But for my kids, that's the best. Learning environment. So you mentioned the survey, and that began a Siri's of really intense conversations with parents and teachers to figure out how to make this happen. Can you walk us through that timeline a little bit, you know, listen. In September, the district finally signed a work agreement with teachers to return to in person teaching and Before that they had met for months and they'd had many emotional board meetings, trying to figure out how this was going to come together and the fact that they have an agreement right now the teachers are coming back into the classroom is something that a lot of school district's larger districts have not been able to accomplish just yet. And what if you're a parent who doesn't feel comfortable was sending your kid to school? Yeah. Parents who don't want their kids to go back, do not have to send them. They can continue with distance learning. I would add that teachers who don't feel comfortable going back who can make the case. With their health that they should not be back in the classroom can also continue to teach with distance learning. So you mentioned that the teachers union is on board with this plan. Yeah, I spoke with one teacher who said, Look, you know, I'm uncertain of how this is gonna work out, but I'm going to go back in the classroom and see how it goes. Her objection at this point is not so much the safety issue as it is this sort of moral consideration of furthering the inequities that exist in house schooling happens in America, where one set of kids with money and privilege gets ahead and the other set of Children have to scramble for resource is That was Ed's Julia.
Twelve Minutes Is An Indie Game With A Star-Studded Cast
"Minutes and its story driven and the idea is that this couple keeps reliving these 12 minutes over and over and over like Spike Spike Lee joint. Yeah, kind of and you get to help decide what they doing. They lived through it, but the reason that it jumped back up onto my radar. There's three characters that it in their voice by James McAvoy, Daisy are Daisy Ridley and Willem Dafoe was the narrator How, um, voice telling them They're crazy. Name out, Like even five? Maybe eight years ago. Your You're like, Yo, we're gonna get three of the largest Hollywood actors to do this small scale video game is indeed game essentially yet they're like wild. What are you talking about? That would never happen. But now in today's Age like that's what they know that they those names alone helps bring people in to play the game. I'm interested now more so in this 12 minutes game now that you said those three people are involved. Exactly. Okay, Well, what is this 12 minutes all about? And then finally, I think
" mcavoy" Discussed on The Science Bloggers Podcast
"Communication plays in engaging with the public and helping them become more knowledgeable and engaged with the world around them. So Hello Kevin how are you? I'm very well thank you yourself. I'm great so thank you for being here my pleasure. And why don't we start wanted to tell listeners? Owes something about yourself Sure my name is Kevin mcevoy. I'm senior aquarium biologist with a major public aquarium and also head writer and Co host of Radioactive Spider pod which is about ninety spiderman cartoon not super related. You know it's true So I've been in the aquarium industry for a number of years now and I do a lot of work with exhibits okay. So what exactly is an aquarium biologist? Short so Obviously There's been a large number of people that work in an aquarium and a lot of different factors within the husbandry department. We have what are called queerest or aquarium biologists and they're the ones actually taking care of the animals but It's kind of large on that. Not just you know feeding the animals in an kind of checking up on their general health but also the health and wellbeing of the exhibits. Basically each aquarium individuals system is its own little ecosystem and there's a lot that goes into that And keeping it healthy for all the animals that live in it it's It's a big job. So now it's kind of a specialized version of a marine or freshwater. Biologist oh I see so what does it take to build an ecosystem like that up for people to see quite a bit and it really depends on the size and scale that you're talking about. I mean anybody can have their own home aquarium and a lot of ways what you do in a public aquarium is a is a massive version of that but when you start looking at the scale That you look at for example one exhibits could be one point eight million liters of water instead of a couple dozen that you might have a home tank. You start looking at a lot of issues in terms of flow in terms of just doing water change all this stuff changes dramatically when you look at that level of scale and also the animals Become a lot more complex. It's not just goldfish. You're looking at lasmo brings like sharks and rays. There's all kinds of stuff so when you start something fresh new. There's a there's a whole process that goes into it But it's basically trying to replicate the natural world and that means not just in terms of decor and the animals and the water chemistry but even things like making sure that the bacterial biofilm that exists in the tank is ready to go so that natural cycles like the nitrogen cycle that would happen while are occurring in the tank so you are in a sense building an ecosystem. Wow that sounds like a lot of work. So typically how many people work on a project like this to keep an ecosystem alive and healthy again depends on scale if you if it's a smaller aquarium. They might have a much smaller. Staff of only a few people. A larger aquarium could have the style like dozens of people like we do Something very large like say Georgia Aquarium. They have an open ocean tank for example That's the one with whale sharks in it famously. The one located in Atlanta And they have a team of a believe almost ten people who were explicitly on that one exhibit. It is a monstrously huge exhibit but one single tank has a game like ten people working on it while. That sounds like a now as a massive undertaking. So yeah you know. I imagine to to maintain an aquarium. You know of any size takes a lot of water. So how do you source that? And what is the impact on the environment? Will it really depends on where the aquarium in question is located at once? They're located near the coast. Assay Monterey Aquarium Monterey Bay Or things like that will often use like a flow through system where they'll take in water from the the actual environment They'll usually put it through a cleaning process. Although some smaller aquariums might not might just be live seawater but will usually do a basic filtration. And then it'll go into the tanks out it gets dumped out back into the ocean which you know it's it's just sort of a cyclical kind of thing For other aquariums that are not located Next to a suitable body of water like that anything inland for example. You can't exactly piping seawater that kind of a distance so you have to make it yourself which is a massive undertaking as well Some people use a pre made mixes which are basically giant versions of what some at home aquariums will use and that will have all the constituent elements from seawater others like the institution that I worked for. We actually make our own formula so we have the individual salts that were adding. Which is you know over a dozen of them. And you're trying to very finely tune your Steve Water to exactly what your animals need so that can be a lot of work as well. It could take you know teams of three people. Moving six thousand pounds of salts to produce thirty five thousand gallon batches or something like that in and you'll run through that in about a week. Wow adenoid as possible. You know you can make your own seawater and I would slow. That's something that's completely near to me. Ya on one hand. It's more work but on the other hand you can control everything about it. Whereas you know you're if you're pulling from the actual ocean there could be variations the day-to-day if there's a heavy rain for example you're going to get a lot more dilute water. Usually they would pull from a deeper part of the you know the water next to them. you know if you if you go down a little bit and a little ways out you're going to get water that's Pretty much consistent but there can be regional and seasonal fluctuations in the water whereas you can be very specific when you make your own water so there's advantages to both I imagine. So what exactly does it take to become an aquarium biologist? In what what did you need to specialize in? Well we've got a number of different people come from different backgrounds. Generally speaking it's it's going to involve an undergraduate degree in biology. Typically animal biology marine biology freshwater biology. A personally I came from a zoology background Like biology but it wasn't being plant so that was my deciding factor And some people may even have masters degrees within that field as well My additional degree is actually in science communication. Which is why I volunteered to be on this podcast but it's it gets fairly multi disciplinary and usually. There's some intangibles that we're also looking for scuba diving. For example is is a big part of the job so Having your ticket is important additional Thing to have and I imagine like science. Communication is also a big part of of the job. So how exactly does that play into working aquarium? Yeah it is. It's a very multi disciplinary job. You wear a lot hats There's the everyday stuff where you're taking here. Animals you're looking into near looking after their health working on their nutrition But then you might also be building those systems or servicing the life support elements which is a little little more technical. And then you also have chances to interact with the public. Look will do. The queerest team will speak to the public will have a separate shows and stuff like that where the education team takes the lead. But there's also Instances where people will get a chance to talk to the people actually take care of the animals. So you'll have to get out there on the floor and speak to people and you know talk about how you're feeding them and their biology and things like that I've been in the field for a while now and Panel of chances to do some other fun stuff as well up done television Like children's shows Shark Week and things like that and also doing some talks for the public and stuff like that as well so You get you get a chance to talk to people and for me. specifically I work within a scenario aquarium. That is a changeable exhibit space which just to be to be clear for Anyone who is familiar Moses aquarium science centers will have areas that are designated to change regularly. So maybe every year to two years that area will be ripped out and something new comes in and that lets you try new things but it's also very useful for marketing and getting people to come back in. Baheren a year while we have this new cool thing for you to see so. That's my area and So basically hitting to design a new exhibit space every two years or so. So that's a actually building. These exhibits is is is a major public interaction. You have to think a lot of things there so going from one exhibit and changing it into another. I guess like one. You have to move all this water but you also have to move all these animals to a new location overturned exhibit. How do you ensure that the stress to these? These animals are minimized while animal transports. It's like a it's major thing not just four doing a new exhibit space but just older exhibits or As you know biology continues and animals grow up and then pass away or new animals born. You're going to have fluctuating levels in the population. And so you're going to have to move animals around from time to time and so there's no blanket answer and that's something. I think I'm going to have to sail. Is there? No blank can answer because animals are so specific. And what what works for one. Animal can maybe not work for another like for example if it if it's a small fish let's say you know. I don't know a a a rock bass or something like that from a freshwater exhibit. Ub Fairly simple matter of being able to catch the animal up and then move it over a small body of water. You could either a bag or a cooler or something like that. When you're talking about something very large like say a large grouper or last bring like a shark or ray or something like that. A then you're talking about a completely different set of circumstances and Probably a lot more hardware because their demands are just so much different so as as far as science communication goes is like. Do you have any personal philosophy or insight into how that aquarium signed can be communicated or should be communicated to the public. Sure While I was doing my second degree. In science communication there was a very heavy emphasis put on Basically use it was based on utilizing constructivist versus didactic methods of teaching and learning Which in a nutshell didactic is like the classic teacher? Talking kids taking notes sort of thing. It's lectures it's educational films podcasts and it can work for a. Lotta people but In Zoos Aquaria is well. It could be like a like an animal and then you just have its name and then fun facts picture. That's what it is but Constructivist teaching is the idea that we construct our own understanding of a subject. And so you should optimize learning around that And it's a good ideal than it's also like you know. Maybe doing a science experiment classroom instead of just reading about it or observing live animal in zoo aquarium or like using simulations and stuff like that incorporates learning choice social interaction You can talk to people around you. You build your understanding since constructivist. So that's sort of what I was taught with. And if nothing else very practical person so I see the time and place for both types of learning. Sometimes you just have to have things told you and sometimes it's good to explore but it is. It does seem to be true that knowledge sticks to better when you discover it and I think that's something that Zoo Aquarium Science Centers. Have a very good chance of doing ahead of the game in terms of helping people learn. Because you're go to an aquarium or zoo and you're immersed in new experience and you have that learning choice where you kind of. Just set your own schedule. Nobody says hey you gotta go look at the elephants now where you gotta go look at the Shark right now. You can stand there as long as you want. No one no observed whatever you want so people are already doing that And so it's a good chance to sort of enable that you WanNa have the facts there you WanNa have the information there for those people who want it and so that people get a clear picture but if you can kind of go towards that ideal allow people to have this experience Were THEY LEARNED. Sort of organically. That is the ideal for me. So when we're making a new exhibit Variety is always something you WanNa look towards so the people come in here. They're trying new things..
McAvoy, Bruins beat Blackhawks 2-1 for 5th straight victory
"Checking sports the Bruins on the road in Chicago beating the Blackhawks two to one Charlie McEvoy's scoring a medic nineteen into overtime giving the Bruins their fifth straight
McAvoy, Bruins beat Blackhawks 2-1 for 5th straight victory
"Charlie McEvoy's first goal of the season was huge as the Bruins defeated the Blackhawks to one in overtime McEvoy scored one nineteen into the extra time it was his third career overtime tally both goalies robin Lehner for Chicago Yaroslava lock we're stingy in net to lock allowing just Alex brink it's second period goal and later made thirty eight saves a Sean Carelli scoring the Bruins other goal Boston has now won five straight games and their seventy eight points leads the entire NHL David Shuster Chicago
The many meanings of the pinched fingers emoji
"Holly last week a brand new batch of images for apple and android wear unveiled but there's one particular addition that sparked a lot of engagement on social media a set of pinched fingers to symbolize a common Italian hand gesture the newsroom should only he reports this gesture will be familiar to anyone who's ever interacted with an Italian it's usually performed while flicking the rest up and down and the creators of this emoji time it represents the way an Italian might ask McAvoy meaning what do you want Italians and the de espera have been rejoicing online since the emoji was approved a tweet by comedian Japan key young whites reading Italians we one has almost a million likes while the official account for the US state of New Jersey home to many Italian Americans simply tweeted endorsed but depending on where you are in the world this particular configuration of holding the fingers and thumb together could have a completely different meaning and social media users have been quick to point out these differing interpretations for example in the Arab world you might use it if you asking someone to calm down we'll be patients in Nigeria it was suggested that the just you could be the emoji version of the basketball us a back and forth argument the K. pop star you re uses the gesture to tell fans she loves them and in India it can be a way of asking if someone's hungry in fact one user right you see an Italian hand gesture I see a Gujarati pass in eighteen dollars Bucks rookie shock you have it should only be there
" mcavoy" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"Your business for maximum profitability so it's all around a millionaires brand as we're talking now about that and thinking there is simply as we began this conversation starting companies helping them grow and ultimately being sold so being sold her hopefully millions of dollars and hence the millionaires laura assisting people do just the right right right so do you find that you have a <hes> clients that can block themselves from that had to be blocked themselves from from <unk> thinking bigger. Oh there's a lot of blockages for that too <hes> and that's part of my teaching to for a lot of people tend to do the same thing over and over over and they end up with the same results and one of my teachings <hes> is of course you're going to see the same thing but why are you limiting yourself. Why are are you doing these things that keep you in the bracket to which you are. If you have an interesting growing taken to the next level. I mean a lot of the principles that require you to take it to the next level. I shouldn't say a lot of the principles a lot of the things you need to do. Don't require a major major shift <unk> require shift in thinking and an inability to execute on a certain and different things to get yourself to the next level. A lot of people work hard whether it's a small company or a large company like we're doing the same. It's the same principles. If i've got a company that's a hundred thousand dollar company and a ten million dollar company. They're still corporations that are oftentimes doing. Many you sing things that you would consider to be analogous. She rose zero so what you're saying. It's still there is still somebody leading that organization. It's just a question of what they're leading to so. I try to direct people if they have an interest and most most of us do most people do just shipper thinking to realize that they can be bigger one of the things you i mean. There's there's a number of things but <hes> taking into those spaces obviously if they're if they're really wanna go there. We can help get them. I'm sure and coaching that's where the coaching comes in and the expertise <hes> you know and hopefully they'll all be open to stretching their mindset. 'cause that's what it's about terrain so well. <hes> <hes> are are you know. Is there any other topics that you that you would like to share that you feel are the most important to get sure yes yes as an attorney. <hes> i think there's a couple of things that people <hes> they they shy away from and i think it's very limited <hes> one of does your <unk> coaching directly people there op there so really afraid to speak to an attorney or their attorney to have someone that they can call their <hes> and <hes> to those i would say engaged the services out of professional earlier on in the process forty. You'll find it's going to save you money. In the long run and most floors most attorneys are going to consult with somebody initially to give them some feedback given some ideas about things that can be doing and it's after that conversation that the decided they're prepared to where they want want to engage that lawyer. I can't tell you how many times i work with people that say they wish they had engaged me or an attorney much early in the process. So this as i speak he can part of the part of the message. I'm trying to bigger people's accessibility of gird attorney should not be something that people are afraid to reach out to should not be something that people are afraid to actually engage and a good a good professional like an accountant is going to assist somebody and <hes> in the course of assistance likely saved the money in the process or save them in ways that they had before and in so doing justify their creed see. I dare say make sure you're consulting a qualified professional earlier. In the process instead stood it wasting time and money that's what happens they wait until they get into trouble right and they usually created an issue the the attorney that needs to clean up which the cost of doing that could have been probably in avoided did money could have been spent in a better area earlier on the process of they just say that's. That's the thing that i see consistently one of the things i write about my book. It's just that unusually shouldn't be concerned about speaking to the attorney. Attorney's gonna pay for themselves. Yeah well one thing that that you know i hear from different sources versus. You know why fix it if it's not broken but that's that's an old school way of dealing things you know. It's not really using your full intelligence elegance. You have to think ahead you know. I mean you're never going to know exactly how you know. The challenges are gonna come but you know you can be as prepared as you possibly can like you said engaging with <hes> professional before sometimes that before there is a problem and as did you say engaging with it professionals so another example <unk> worked at all. Do is a look at how people are carrying on business. I mean there may be a <unk> proprietor or partnership or cooperation but the look to see how i actually currently organized and i've done this so many times. I can't anticipate what some of the issues in the future will look like for them and we can put the steps in place in buildings in place at at an earlier stage in anticipation of events. Make it much more cost effective when you actually get there an example being people sometimes say newell corporation so they need to have a structure that will allow for multiple shareholders while the earlier you do that. The less of attacks will a possible taxable event. That actually is performing a corporation for somebody from beginning we can have restructure the way to allows lead roles a lot of people swarm something under to carry on business and then against the spot we have to do something to say the more complicated process if that growth is already occurred and and <hes> it's more expensive for them to obviously get things organized properly so we're saying if instead up to property to begin with is actually save money in the long run an extra to deal with some issues the you're gonna be confronted with in the future in a much more simple way now so it's really important to have that pre-consultation joanne care are kurds that yeah absolutely you're just see you can define what your goals are being the client of course for sure looking at the big picture my so what what other words of wisdom can you share with you know my listeners and and maybe possible viewers because i do record both now you're gonna have to <hes> so i would say to people as well <hes> surround yourself with a good team so one of the things that we're seeing in in you i both know you need to leverage <hes> people's other people's expertise as well and that's why we're coaches hiring professionals but also the team the people that you work with most <hes> regularly <hes> insurance there of the highest highest call quality well <hes> i heard recently the five people spend the most time with they're gonna most directly impact breath your your wellbeing both of your health and <hes> the health of your business so i think <hes> thinking about that very unconsciously but those who are surrounding yourself with and i won't say be a misdemeanor. Don't be prevailing harsh ensure that you were encouraging the cream of the crop to rise right right. So how do you keep your balance with you. Know the the high <hes> energy that you have with your practice analysts a great question balance and it is a challenge to it's a it's is a big challenge. <hes> probably the best thing for me is exercise so i get to the gym. Summertime left sexually wintertime tend to be jim streep four times a week all <hes> and one day on the course golf course and a couple of days at the cottage every week over me as the question of being active being outdoors <hes> to take away from the stress of the day today right as we city signed behind the desks. It's not the best place to be sitting from a health perspective so to make sure your counter-balancing under doing some things that are physically inactive with well. That's that's important for me and then your family. I mean your kids because the love and the playfulness that you can get from your children and i i witnessed some of your <hes> photographs with your son particularly in you know it's like wonderful. See that's what fills the soul doesn't it to where you ask. The question is like the the the dressing of <hes> of the practice. I tend defined as the is the exercise component but the the soul food writer. What's really good for your heart and soul are those loving moments at a guy. I think i posted a couple of times. I've got two nine year old son and a an eight month baby baby daughter and a wonderful time with both of them at the time when they're together with each other and it's just so precious rate because the love that i have for them <hes> as apple fide in big brother caring frizzell sister very well just very very special special times yeah no that's wonderful and <hes> you know you can't get you know those precious moments in that your history you know for that your your kids have forever so keep making jokes for <hes> so we talk about god which we get regular but we just got back portugal. I know those are the photos that you're referring. Julie proposed a few of those. We keep making jokes about how i mean. The nine year olds remember but did the little ones not sola so <hes> photos looking back the photos looking back right so because we're gonna be on terrorism which you can see them as well and <hes>. I'm sure you'll enjoy the second time with us in the future. Yeah oh absolutely absolutely so well in in cleansing. I mean unless there's some other hot topics that you want to discuss. Please share yeah. Let's let's actually just before we before we wrap up because the women we began this conversation. We talked the podcasts and we talk about which were both really enjoying producing in putting absolutely you know to our listeners and we talked a little bit professionally right so as has that attorney the things that we do both in our professional lives and our personalized as you say reflecting back on things like photos. I want to ensure that. We're all creating the exact same thing in terms of our product our work product you want to call that right so we leave uh-huh things like podcast and books and <hes> and the message anything we do from these things i my experience has been and i i think i think it's true and i think i think it will continue to be true is that it seems that were universally. We're all growing. We're all doing this together. The the amount of wonderful content that's is being produced by people and like minded people. I think it's happening effective raising everybody in the way that went especially knowing what's going on in our country that we need it more than ever. That's just what it is right so i encourage them so wonderful connecting collaborating being with you and i'm sincere as i talked about working with these networks or these people these people because what happens is like minded people find each other and we grow our influence and our our networks and then the work product produced <hes> empowers others and they will do the same thing you know as well and together. All of us are actually creating a better place. I i think i think that could be the case and it's motivating. You know it motivates. I think it helps motivate us but it also motivates. It's our listeners as well or you know they can learn from the one thing. I really really love about doing this instead. I'm always learning that's right. Always you know and i'll never stop learning. That's that's why we're here. That's right and it's a key to actually being healthy and happy and <hes> and longevity race dealing all those things so costly to learning and improving right improving ourselves and in so doing improve out absolutely raising the consciousness collectively and one at a time one person at a time you know and sometimes more than one person time is for this mode. You know anyway j._p. It's been wonderful. <hes> i'm glad that we finally got to work through some of the little the little nuances that happened in the beginning and <hes> i look forward to <hes> you know down the line here. I probably won't see you next month months in as andy ago accent you october. Will i see you in october in san diego are tober. I'm probably not probably not but anyway. I mean i'm just glad we finally got to do this and you know i look forward to spreading all this information and teaching etc guidance and motivation. That's just it. That's just it right. Well thank you so much. I know that we share a lot aww similar thinking can act. You're obviously informal or having on my show as well okay sounds good. We need to continue as you see this this collective right because i think that we're all better better for your audience distribute so appreciate having having me on and i hope that your audience in your thank you and i'm sure they will <hes> you know because it's the different perspective and we all need it so thank you so much in lots of blessings and until the next time until the next time thank thank you so much all right thanks bye. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth transformation. We encourage you.
Weekend Box Office Preview: 'Glass' Starring Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, and James McAvoy
"Checking out the movies this weekend? Here's your box office preview. This weekend two franchises, collide and glass. The latest from writer director m night Shamlan as sequel to both to thousands unbreakable in two thousand sixteen split. This superhero thriller follows the emergence of James mcevoy's villain, the hord along with efforts by Bruce Willis is David done to stop him. We've helped from Mr. glass played by Samuel L Jackson on YouTube joy, Sarah, Paulson and Spencer, treat Clark also