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"chris wilder" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

03:00 min | Last month

"chris wilder" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"That's going to change take example of the presidential debate of course, like liberals jumped up and down screaming we've got to change the rules so that Donald Trump can't interrupt Joe Biden not realizing that it was actually going to be helped donald trump a little bit not constantly interrupting would make make him appear perhaps sane for one second or somewhat closer on the dial towards saying for one second there. Unintended consequences every time you change things Var as much good as it's done. It also has taken some of the joy out of any goal being scored or any sublime moment because you never know if it's going to be completely ignored or it's going to be rewound raised how believable Nevada started what Jefferson Games, who my pants on their? Side. especially. On this, we get snow worth it may Saleh's goal inevitably choked off into minute Yata delivered just this continuing impressive transitions Liverpool's read for him to quote the great philosopher Jacques, Pederson Chef heated -ted the war live with that smoke another weekend another loss for the blades in which they played. Well, how to lapses were punished brave times leaving manager, Chris Wilder. That's Haroo just how ruthless in clinical the League as Liverpool David. They don't like Liverpool fatigued physically mentally. You know you look of cloth and his role. He he's not projecting the jury normally does he eat predicting a manic energy says he's talked in past about how he sees his role as orchestrating the energy between the players and the fans that he's a conductor of energy and I think finless football means he's missing his brass section and half of the wind. But Liverpool they do know how to get the job done. Yeah, I. Mean This was job done. I don't think they looked particularly impressive as they've. Not, looked particularly impressive this season I agree klopp looks mainly irritated and angry on the sideline. More than looks like the tonic cat bear. And this was dropped on visit against job done against the Sheffield United side who I think. You have one point. but it was a win and that's holding Mata's Liverpool still. Favorites by mile if you go to the bookies to win the Premier League in snow changing my mind about you know job done. Really you think of the teams that can do that job done. It's really just Liverpool alone right now in this premier league sponsored by Cova City don't. Chelsea though united. And Jog Dome was Liverpool's had lost. and. It's still very, very much alive. Okay. We're GONNA talk in painstaking detail. Wait about evidence first loss of the season after a quick word from our good friends at stitch fix stitch. Roach, a lot of people working from home these days that can make it hard to get excited.

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"chris wilder" Discussed on The Energy Gang

The Energy Gang

07:17 min | Last month

"chris wilder" Discussed on The Energy Gang

"The clean energy industry becomes the behemoth that we believe it is we actually need to become as smart on foreign policy as we currently are on tech because our fortunes actually lie a lot in. Government to government negotiations and not just the cost per kilo our that our current technology has been able to achieve. I would spend it to the policies things, which says climate change agendas climate change policies informed policies are not separate and should not be treated separately. So climate agenda and I said this party but climate agenda won't be robust if it doesn't acknowledge geopolitics but foreign policy in the management of these geopolitical risk will be extremely weak if it doesn't acknowledge climate change and the varied impacts of the transition and you know this is well beyond surface level. Okay. This area you know we'll see a heating climate and benefit from it versus other area that will actually greatly suffer because of that you need to treat them together and understand the nuance on them. I'll give another example, right. So for instance, the EU has been pushing a hydrogen agenda in a big way. One of the big conversations has been why don't you just produce hydrogen in Morocco or Algeria or some of these? You know states that are basically. On the Mediterranean that basically, you could just pipe hydrogen up to Germany and it would be way cheaper than producing it locally. Right there's a lot of conversations there, but it hasn't stopped. You know fifteen hydrogen entrepreneurs from doing the math on a spreadsheet and saying look look look it's twenty seven percent cheaper to do it this way then that way right but the people that they're pitching or saying wait a second how close Are we with, Algeria how closer we with Morocco do we really want our supply chain of molecules to come from there versus Russia? Like I get the fact that we all dislike Russia but nordstream to is something that we kind of understand we've already thought through the politics and how the ownership stakes are going to work it Cetera. Right. The same thing is true by the way with the big transmission line from Singapore to. Australia where people are saying, Hey, we're just going to use the Australian desert and create this huge solar farm. Then we're going to transport the power to Singapore. A billionaire on. Right, this is fantastic allowed musk style and folks say wait a second does Singapore actually what that relationship was Australia does Australia want that relationship with Singapore and I don't think that we actually feature those conversations in our podcast or in our decision on where to spend dollars. So another section this also. At the end of the Energy Transition Justice I've talked about how we need focus all the transition. But let's get closer to the end. We are looking at interesting more localized discussion. So if we have, let's just picture this net zero future where we've got increasingly electrified economies, I mean the chances of no offence to those who are into the world wide supergrid concept. It's super engineering need and Nerdy, and I love it. But I don't see how it's going to happen and I don't see why you know countries would go that direction. So a lot of things will become more localized because you will be supplying those electrons. In your in your neighborhood in your region if not within your country within just you know your neighbors in yourself on the flip side there are some interesting bits about what happens though with the power to X. Power to fuels type of conversation. So hydrogen ammonia, you know what happens with shipments? What are we GONNA do in terms of shipping lane risk? You Know How am I gonNA develop over time as Australia. GOING TO BE A big power shift overall ballots in Southeast Asia and on trade. By being that deliver, maybe not of the direct electrons via cable by a transmission line but of turning it into fuels that then it's ships all around and what would that do to the overall balance and Australia's just one example of course, there's you can look at the overlay of renewable energy resources in zero carbon investments including nuclear CIS, and you can see where different countries are positioning themselves in interesting ways to be the supplier of those things in. The future can we just touch on one piece of this that? Jason Talks about a related to pricing that is always kind of flummoxed to me. So as he points out a lot of the petro states like Saudi, Arabia or Russia may do just fine for a little while under the energy transition because if demand falls and prices fall, these countries have some of the lowest cost to produce or and gas they'll probably be fine compared to you know countries. Or companies, for example that you know have have much higher costs. But if we think about how people talk about energy transition, some people say, well, you know high oil and gas prices are great because that raises the products like gasoline and people drive less and people by electric cars and so the downstream result is positive but that also means high prices means that oil and gas companies have more incentive to go ramp up their tar sands production or to. Go deeper offshore and to get the more expensive oil. If you have low prices, the conventional wisdom is you know demand falls for clean energy products, but it also means that you take some of the dirtiest and hardest to get oil off the table. So Jason Talks about this in terms of geopolitics but there's a lot going on here in terms of pricing that is always kind of flummoxed me when you think about like, what is the impact on? Net. And comments on that. So two things one I'm having flashbacks to my classes at ut Austin and economics looking supply and demand curves and how they change over time. But the second thing that I'm thinking about and that flashes through my brain is it's really tempting to think that we tap into a big oil and gas field and like production just keep going for a long long long time and if I'm remembering the numbers right and I think Jason might mentioned this in his piece but the I. A. Estimates that production from existing oilfields declines at something like eight percent per year. So you have to replace that eventually. Even, if we meet Paris climate goals, we still need to have additional investment and this is interesting for dynamics in the short term round supply and demand of what happens if we haven't investment cycle and we aren't replacing these things and what does that do, and this could provide a clear story as to why Saudi Arabia's why they're investing. Yeah and so remember earlier in the podcast, we talked about peak oil and peak demand and peak supply. This is why all of our listeners should go down the rabbit hole on the stuff Chris Wilder does a great job of this as well. from the energy transition podcast I think. So from a peak demand standpoint right. There are a lot of economic studies that have shown that we cannot afford one, hundred, zero, right. The economy basically goes into recession as soon as you go two hundred royal so like so the world is not built for one hundred zero. The second piece of it is when you think talked to Matt Simmons and those kind of folks who's now passed away unfortunately, but he wrote twilight in the desert back sort of in two thousand, three He talked about these eight percent decline curves and we peaked in terms of conventional oil supply, which is what.

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"chris wilder" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

01:55 min | 2 months ago

"chris wilder" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Surprised if the I'm not sure But attacked the muddy and a great reward and that's an interesting fixture because that's kind of. Those two teams that have very similar trajectory season and Tom's a bad like overall journey they will teams that you put. Roughly head which is a huge credit. In particular to Sheffield, united actually I think it's going to be a really interesting season for both of those Ab really interesting to see. Westchester united position themselves the season. I really hope they don't suffer from Second Season Syndrome because. Really like Chris Wilder, a relaxed job he's done that I think he's just grades in the League. With know cut she can't con- compassion ought to someone of the best puzzle compliment. I think chef very similar to Aslam way. In the sense of the system, the pieces and Sheffield United you consultant of out because each had no. So what will the doing within the system? And I. think that wolves as well. Coaches they are. Do Have I. Think the top end of the wolves talent. You know specifically, Jota Jimenez. Troy those three t those three players are. Champions, league quality and Almost. Individualism individual quality has players allows wolf's rely more on them like use those guys missing. You see I think he picked drop off wolves. In. And you don't see the same off the dinars if they're missing three primary. Scores or cross shop. If that makes sense I'm looking forward to seeing Jeff. For that reason actually. Seeing how those teams tried to unpack each other. Who does that make sense in terms of Toco battle? Yeah. Yeah I'm. Cameras. League Cup Games, this week. Will. So much speaking of Cup. It was the opening round of the.

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"chris wilder" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up

Chelsea Mike'd Up

05:40 min | 2 months ago

"chris wilder" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up

"Before we get into our predictions who wins the league gets relegated one more transaction that we should cover when we look at this premier league as a whole. Ethan Amadu. AMADU gets a loan to Sheffield United and I love this move for this kid I mean Sheffield United Sometimes I. Mean Games aren't electric to watch, but they do a lot of creative things with their defenders in the attack I. Mean as you know I mean we've had the likes of BALDOCCI and lunch stream and Basham. So an Egan like these are all spot starters fantasy primarily do now joins a loaded defense that has some fun in the attack. It's a really curious fit for him. We've seen him at times play a central defensive mid when he was here performing Wealth Chelsea last year a really unfortunate. Loan I don't know if he was used as sort of Greece rails for this team Oh verner transaction. I'm not really sure what happened there I. Think we all anticipated in playing more and getting more playing time and it was a very confusing loam. When you have the of the entire season, you look at his playing time. So hopefully, it gets more regular playing time. It's good that he's in the primarily it's good that he's playing for this manager for this club. I'm really excited about this move for the player and I think he's GonNa perform well for them and I think just from a way that. Chris Wilder teaches and manages the game. It's an epidemic will become a better defender. Particularly if he plays in that back three, I'll be curious to see if at times he is used as a holding midfielder in that setup for Sheffield United but to me if he plays in the back three at any of those positions particularly mentioned the technical wrinkles. Sometimes, if you plays like the right of the back three, he'll be Esteban joined the attack. So it's just a really interesting dynamic playing for Sheffield United but I think when you look at that move last year, you send him to a German club even at. A one as big as Avi likes it because in the Bundesliga, they play their young players and so I think there was a thought well, even though alone this is a young guy the want to develop and maybe they'll want. WanNa, buy them at some point. So you give them to Leipzig, but it just didn't work out injuries and other situations I. Imagine he struggled to settle. But as it relates Amadou, we've talked a lot about fantasy football in the pod. The FBI game gave him a four point, five, million price, sneaky addition sneaky edition I think sneaky. I'll go ahead and reveal he's part of my squad. Is All right all right I've been thinking I'm looking at a lot of four point, five defenders including ex Chelsea defender empty with Brighton he someone who have had my Keanae on as well given his price..

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"chris wilder" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

02:35 min | 4 months ago

"chris wilder" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Maybe the like fans play the part in that. But also the poor neither side neither side has really gotten identity at the moment. These are very muddled sides and a ferry muddled league in a very muddled season. And the whole game felt very muddled. Obama young is one of the best players one of the best strikers awesome for had. He doesn't belong in this era when I see a great player. In a team whether surrounding pieces aunt. Or the requisite quality elevator the player to the level. They deserve to be A. I always Philip, it's sad and I. See that so much spurs an awesome moment, and we talk about this Fisher quite long today, but I think that's because it's significant because implications are wider. Whatever league you support that will always those fixtures way. You're like every season. That fixture strong league is strong. And I'm not suspecting the team's. Been Amazed amazing this year the me, it's more like the kind of. Love it when the Chase the coaching young. It's been amazing, right? The coaches Briton I'm not even criticizing the coaches I think this is actually one those first seasons where? I'M GONNA put my finger recruiters. They I've ever come to a sees more been like the main failure. This year was the sporting directors, but actually if you look at the resources, the financial resources available. and. The piece is the coaches have been given. That I think that's A. Concern Yellow of clubs dome by well. Yeah, but you mentioned coaches there. Yeah we had a question from Patrick as who your shouts for primarily manager the season. Why I have one show well to actually how many you're gonNA put cloth in that because C- classes taught to argue when you win the League without much of of allayed but Chris Wilder Mush out. Are talked to. Without a doubt. chef-owner beat Chelsea three now on the weekend had a couple of Chelsea funds unhappy with our hearts chat last week. Know about it, 'cause. It's painful to look in the Mirror Oh God. You'd have to deal with the email is to basically you dislike being. Governess Is Always easy at these times to be like Oh. Chelsea did this that wrong, but actually credit to Sheffield United. Such a beautifully coach team. And they find they find Goldsmith McGoldrick or a couple of goals. The weekend. The, top and tail. The first in the lost against Chelsea. Just beautifully coached. And it so. It's just a great for Sheffield as a city as club.

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"chris wilder" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:54 min | 6 months ago

"chris wilder" Discussed on ESPN FC

"He if he thought for one second that you were scaled of them then it was over. I remember him. Kick remember Kicking Galvin Pico. Can the backside. When we'll wait to go out the tunnel. So how spock you give them a right crock with the toffees just before we went out and sets him? You're going to get more of that when the game starts and the game started and go and govern title. But because govern wasn't a Kinda guy was a very quiet Quite fast and but those pending players a few and far between you know finally played the have mind but I can tell you off the field he will. He was a guy said that before and he's actually doing very well from sale. Now a lot of our own and host actor Frank Leboeuf any actually in holyrood a fair point Craig because I think that type of play you will love to have them in your team you have you compared with midfielders of course. But you have a guy accelerometers who plays for Real Madrid which is the key to the way they play that Liverpool fans for over they. It also loves to have RAM in the team. I mean does that kind of winning mentality. I agree with Craig Ben Johnson. John Wealth for himself. He did what he was allowed to do. The referees time to stop him didn't they on remember one of my former manager. Steve McMahon who played for Liverpool. That's famous tackle. After a few seconds I guess it was at Wembley that famous FA Cup final Vinnie Jones. Do Well for himself. To dwell from women themselves for himself and leads weakened we can try to portray like only a mom but it was also a very important player for fourteen teams. He played for. Okay next question. Yeah how surprised. Are you that your club? Sheffield United. Have a good chance of reaching the Champions League. Well I always make a live updates united table as long as Sheffield are in front of Manchester so I always do some months ago when back. Chris Wilder is. There is a diehard chef. Also a great manager if I had a wonderful time Brahma Lane scoring goals per fun together with Brian. Deane on go great memories from the it was great to come back and on. Chris invited me talking about his philosophy on. Somehow it's easy to put Chris Wild arena In a place where people say is just like an old kind of British manager. This guy is also a very modern coach on divide. The way they've done. This season is unbelievable on a lot of people worrying that liveable if the season would pinpoint like performance been devaluated but I also see the shepherd height that is good for them if seasons ends or although the physician they have now is good. But I just don't want to see some because I want to see them ahead of Manchester United two windy.

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"chris wilder" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:48 min | 7 months ago

"chris wilder" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Extraordinary comeback for Liverpool against vows at Anfield. It really was the best. Forty eight hours for neutral entertainment. Wasn't it last year? Liverpool game and then the day later I add taking on spurs remember. I X one nil up after the first leg in London took a two nil lead. Then Megan three now. At Half Time Spurs need to school three they schooled three Nukus Mara with pretty much last cake game guaranteeing a place in the next round. This was one chills. There was very special indeed or not I know. Lucas still cries when he when he watches the goal that is called night. Incredible especially the third one right in time the last again. This is the kind of thing as the player you dream all play is removed and I would never do it and Lucas and Danny probably dreamed of. I'm not sure if he did it. And Lucas and I think it's just incredible to go through something like that. They didn't win the final doubt forever. We'll will hold them that semifinals they leg non Saddam. We've staff ever anyone who was on that page booth. I xe full for spurs flag. We're staying in their mind and if you're finding you were there. Even if you went out there will always stay forever as one coming. Did we. Tiny no it always say I took a to know laid very early on which pulled in three and a little bit but then it got half time and as bizarre as it sounds. I didn't think taught him rather because what happened. The previous night with little pole and Lucas Moore was absolutely sensational. Felt sorry from the first. Because I felt the Tottenham played in our. It is Hans told him needs from the but because they didn't have a physical presence from in I extract press high and Lucas from. He was very isolated. Nobody really talks about it but you rented was defining in this game. He came on a time. I think he was for one yama on they then had dot focal point out that physical presence and I still press in high the innocence view from probably a little bit naive. It's the troubled Tottenham rail to go over press wondering over to the over the prestige frenzy every single time. Lucas more gumbel dolphin and his pace then starts to take advantage of the occupation. I excited the buck. And it was a wonderful tactical. Now's from From Portugal half time say it was just a sensation a sensational week for prime unique teams in Europe because nobody expects it on August common. If Chris Wilder was in charge of spurs were they have won the final Danny. Yeah because it Batman Seldom Star Star. Didn't do thank.

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"chris wilder" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

04:36 min | 9 months ago

"chris wilder" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"But he's he's never made any bone he's never he's never tried to Say that he's a Socialist Marxist or that he I mean he loves these leaders around the world who have brought about all the destruction. He's fine with them. I mean Castro. He'll claim that are. I've I've denounced. Or what the bad things who Castro's done no not really not really what he does usually listen to this from just the other day dictatorships whether it is the Chinese or the cube walls who something good chirp okay. So he's adamant about pointing out the good things that brutal dictators have done in the name of socialism and communism but can point to one good thing donald trump has ever done or United States has ever done. I never hear him talking about that. I never hear him talking. About what a great land. This isn't all the good things America has done. He always focuses on the brutal dictatorships. We've propped up. He just said at the other day Saudi Arabia Waterloo brutal dictatorships of what we love. I mean the guy is dangerous so please sign up and And check out the special The Glenn did last night because you gotta know who's around him. I mean his campaign manager all the people that surround him the advice. This guy is getting unbelievable. Amazing triple eight nine hundred thirty three thousand three and PAT unleashed on twitter. Where we've got some tweets. Here for instance amy. What's her face? Tweets polar bears which live in sparsely populated regions. Where there are no men to help control the population because we can't withstand the frigid climate naturally result to cab resort to cabinet cannibalism thereby controlling the population. The planet doesn't need us. No it is self correcting. We've seen that time and time again from WBZ BI polar bear just needs a snickers bar. Oh yeah because he's not himself? Oh that helps right from one. Henry Polar bear to another. I can tell you then Keith's scruffy homeless beard diet coke shortage. My wife would lose her ever loving mind. Good thing she's sleeping in didn't hear that. Oh well she can catch the podcast later. Where pretty much anywhere right where you go to. Yup I tunes yeah you can play it for. You can even play this tweet right here. The seven fifty three am eastern mark. So there you go. Chris Wilder boy tweets no diet coke. This time we're America really wasn't getting into gear in the fight against the Koran. Excuse me cove in nineteen until there was a disruption in the supply chain of Diet Coke. Don't don't threaten our Soda Supply. Don't do it. You don't WanNa wake that sleeping judge from sitting duck. You guys need to shut up about the upcoming diet coke zero shortage. There's GonNa be a run on the stores before I can get there and buy it all of it. I love deep. Probably haven't beaten stoop to the punch. He's probably already. They're already back home. With the cases and cases. I love that. The don't wake the sleeping giant you know for the greatest generation. It was the attack on Pearl Harbor that kept the nation gear. Now see attack on Diet Coke right in you know. It took an attack on nine eleven to wake us up to Islamic terrorism And then here the year two thousand twenty. This generation was stirred when the Diet Soda. Supply was running short income for our sodas. We'll not only cure Kovic. Nineteen we'll cure every other disease that throws his diet Coke Omega doing come over there guns blazing figuring it out. Pat Gray unleashed Tripoli nine hundred thirty three ninety three also F.

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"chris wilder" Discussed on The 2 Robbies

The 2 Robbies

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"chris wilder" Discussed on The 2 Robbies

"Law trade in nazi about sleeping in different. They've got some others now four nells else. It's i think west i'm bill. It was surprise package. Okay we'll be getting warm and fuzzy westtown them ninety. Let's turn china's central hall missile section you got the palace go newcastle united steve bruce and things you know a <hes> five points roughly beneath a great job with them difficult <hes> just any activity in about newcastle united with ownership in replays leaving the money leaving and quite sure what's going to happen that boom with burnley who start the season pool the valjevo per league campaign but found a way related to pull things right <hes> southampton on row passenger. It'll be really interesting to see him. Start with a clean slate. I mean work through the play some of them expecting a little bit more from nam and brian grandpa chris shootin interesting <hes> <hes> by brian. We'll see if that one pays dividends because <hes> i i think christine loh people were a little bit critical of maybe some of the style you felt. They were pretty solid. <hes> in in in the league brian now in the green party will be looking to kick secon. I don't think they will brian award about it right now. At the bottom three well i think so i think bernier okay saddam refine ignorance permanent now <hes> cha adams from bloomington fifteen minutes at a good the preceding east east coast <unk> birmingham <hes> i think they could find bernie j rigas ten million. I think he's thirty will just turning thirty always always liked him from west brom always liked him a good sign for bernie. I think without euro predict they're going to be absolutely fine born with eddie how again some is gone to the championship rob for for lesser. Known players is from from luton. Jake stacey from luton philip bidding is coming from huddersfield which is interesting field play nine hundred my three romeo <hes> brighton <hes> and then you know and then you start looking at the teams that got promoted and another the theme rubio english manages the funds are there clubs. Dean smith a played with sheffield wednesday through the season. We'll talk about him. Lovely lovely guy the great job of aston villa a villafane chris wilder.

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"chris wilder" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"chris wilder" Discussed on ESPN FC

"He'll be okay at chelsea that his that is comforting to hear that because you you wouldn't believe the paternalistic take in that our listeners have on christian pulitzer final one for me <hes> the newly promoted teams in <hes>. Is it a case that it's going to be norwich and sheffield united in a kind of a battle to stay open that villa with the resources and the money they've spent they'll be okay or do you see some kind of surprise coming out of those teams. It always makes me laugh. I do feel sorry for the clubs who come up because within about two minutes of being being promoted. Everybody's saying well. They'll oh go straight back down and writing on the parade. Don't they let let's see how they get on because i think one of the premier league seasons played so far we've had what is it twenty five twenty six years now <hes> maybe more than that. It's only happened once that all three of the clubs who came up went back down again and quite a few of them have come up and surprised us along the way so i've got a lower regard for chris wilder. Who's the shepherd united states manager. This is a guy who's paid. It is jews. He's managed in all four divisions and a few league one as well and he's quite an innovative coach who gets an awful lot out of his plaster. You look shepherd united squad and you might think then not good enough to stay out that may be right but i think chris wilder might be able to work a little bit of magic. There nor city played some great great stuff. They were surprise winners of the championship last season looking around this not quite sure whether those players are going to be able to cut it in the the premier league so i think he will be a struggle for them. Aston villa. I've gone out and paid what let's try and translate into about one hundred and nine hundred million dollars. A woman's got a new you team that <hes> i in another manager who's paid his jews in the lower divisions in dane smith and he's a very good guy and bill are are a big club who should be in the premier league. I've got a feeling they'll do enough to stay in there. I'd be a little bit worried about the likes of brighton season season with graham papa taking over everybody moaned about kris shoot and then the football being a little bit cautious in negative but he did the job of keeping them in the premier league. <hes> can can potter do that. It's a punked. I think they wanna play a more attractive type of style but they may be taking a few chances brighton. I think our team who could be down on this season and you wonder a little bit too about boorda through you know they defied the odds and they've been a breath of fresh air but they've been there a long time now and i wonder whether maybe time just might catch up with them. A little this season no saying no go down. I think they won't but i think it might be harder for them. In terms of talent i it feels like the league is in a really good good place right now. There's so many great players young players in this league. Do you have a particular player that you are most excited about that. You enjoy kind of calling his games..

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"chris wilder" Discussed on The 2 Robbies

The 2 Robbies

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"chris wilder" Discussed on The 2 Robbies

"Chef chef brilliant job very bright manager chesting. Why alone hello will you break down. We said a little bit sheffield united fan steve bruce and you cut united a geordie and you custody so another little theme to watch of englishman is managing him back into the league managing teams that they used to support <hes> aston villa rob is an interesting one because they've spent over one hundred million business loan plus last year that did really well agasi is made is made it permanent ming's has made it permanent as well others haven't tons. I be housing tommy apron. Gruden of course has gone back to chelsea only worry about villa and my third pick again. I'm decided yet is seven days and i know this good place there. We we all know what happened to to. <hes> fulham lost them. You know how hard is to integrate so many new players walking through that training room door the the ally looking around like wow this is this is this is a big difficult league and i think as a difficult job i didn't care when he plays or how much money spent as hard making a new team it's going to be in the midfield is really good from last year. Those those plans are going to stay with that group of course mcginn good pledging but everything else rob a love is going to be new el ghazi from the left hand side good player important platters sign. I worry about villa and their ability to make a new team and stay in the premier league yeah and you just look at the three promoted teams and you think how slightly that one of them is going to be involved in patient xinyu chef at a knowledge. I'm done much. Them's spent much always plays such that's great football that they they may be okay and and the surprise to maybe an in the way that wolves surprised the be bold in possession. They'll get on the ball. They they want they want to control the game and they won't show of change the way they played against the biggest teams chef unite in say chris wilder just i just. I think that they might get something going. <hes> hamelin you you know what it's like and they've missed being in the primarily just such a long longtime just think they might get a little bit something a bit like maybe call dated one two teams. You know the home form. Every every game is going to be huge game at home. Ed.

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"chris wilder" Discussed on The Screenster Podcast

The Screenster Podcast

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"chris wilder" Discussed on The Screenster Podcast

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"chris wilder" Discussed on The Screenster Podcast

The Screenster Podcast

09:19 min | 1 year ago

"chris wilder" Discussed on The Screenster Podcast

"Oh really tricky moment where you have craved those times of needing to go read a book go for a walk. Oh things are not within movement. I would say from the actually making a film where everything's gone wrong thing that can be hard and you have to figure it all out and how you recover from it. That's that's financially learn how to the have been some challenging. Things have obviously you'll desperate to look. I wanted to the workout and then it orbits solvent radicals to then recover from it and make it work. I think sometimes that's the worst thing is basically admitting that something is not working. Yes talking again. It's very hot and very bad you get very cross and the egg favorite cross town. She used to admit eventually especially because we've taken if you've been automating so in three days and don't get really bad yeah. I think that the usually take somebody else to come in. This is not too so she didn't is a marching monitors. Basically turns the rookie year 'cause you'd never get really cool. We cool and Pumpkins punk on to what you have destroyed them moved on your hamburger or is that always it's not that way of looking back. The Video Greg having to take the time to sort out now rectified his rectified in the best of done instead is better known the answer. The answer is I think it's just the that moment of Ono on no again. Have you had moments where you have cloud on regrets day and thought we should come back then not all early. Yes she will be later than how to do the effects of quite exclude <hes> so I think in future basically I feel like you want to have everything how he wants to in camera. I think that's better than than fixing or later. Something's eating oh well. We can fix it later. Husband quite worked out pushes the energy everything <unk> we've gotten I think especially annoys sale can always I think it never looks quite good when you say everything in Kemba doesn't make our means that you do everything so you do everything on the sets. Let's within the lighting. The set everything is how he wanted to open captured on camera not later taking into computer and fiddling with it because the lighting was slightly off ceilings in the foreground Blah Blah Blah Blah me really can do you can change people's do all sorts. He really can have real fiddle but I think actually it never looks good because this is what about light with the natural space lifeforms on things yeah sorry about the computer how ever but union is like. It never looks quite yeah so that's in camera of this endings really county. That's fine. I think wherever possible missile is like I'd rather hide appraised talks on with some now whatever the take it out later age hide things work right work with what's in front of you yep. I prefer that nat she we have done. And so much in post that we really know this that we have been so on creating things in the computer that I think we can Ashley say that we did like that doesn't work for us because we've done it before. Oh and it didn't work for us as well as in the big a pitch in those very little post cleaning up frames and better think doing it that way we didn't try to rectify mistakes shrew fish correct and even I would say that amazing things you can do and I think in lots of ways it did everything in is amazing what you can do. I just think my personal the way things look I percents <hes> income. What about your proudest moment todate Chris that start with you I didn't this its pros? Never there are pieces in the films. I'm incredibly proud incredibly proud that we made seven. That's the full story enemy paycheck who walked Sundays. I'm say please we made them. I think that's really cool is privileged to do them. Can you name me an example in the bigger picture. <unk> kitchen scene in the beginning is one of my favorite things we've ever admitted. It was one of the first things we animated together which bet when he comes in to Richard comes into the kitchen and he has the conversation with Nick Yeah provider mother and they're all covering his face yes because I was the first time we did kind of arms. Career is an you repainting. The characters is doing all the stuff together and this is where my favorite things. Can I tell you my favorite failure is when he walks on his view one of my favorite days what about you. What's your arms? It today wants my proudest moment. I think I should goals in these <hes>. There's been quite late so I was able to the loss of proud moments winning song but I think the the proudest thing for me is when I <hes> really really really connect with my work really push through things challenging yet so sam quite proud of myself at the moment for although I haven't quite yet for trying to at least try to attend how to do a feature how to write a feature how to live action in the way I want to <hes> how to incorporate animations into that so I think I am proud of setting challenges and then working towards visit to it's very difficult jeeze if may to carry on doing so I think I think setting new charge may proud. I've pushed myself to do and again said the very initial idea for the bigger picture came when I did my first ever stop frame and I did that in a PORTA cabin using the doors painted life size and I think that came out now but I think I I am proud of that moment because I could have easily carried on doing to join automation quite avant and what I've revolutionized is good to push yourself each time. which is what I did then and that's what I'm doing now again? I could say doing short animation acceleration so but I think I want to push myself into an area. We decision Sandwich uncommonly weaker in. I want to grow to be stronger at my famous only more warding about learning process for me. That's really refreshing to hear. I'm sure people no matter what job there could be inspired by that you hit. Oh take a lesson from now challenging to do that. Illegal plays often the angry as you learn a lot more definitely step outside the old conference. I definitely take those swimming lessons. 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"chris wilder" Discussed on The Screenster Podcast

The Screenster Podcast

15:34 min | 1 year ago

"chris wilder" Discussed on The Screenster Podcast

"Both Selebi questions I think mine is a love of this show image making and also king at emotions and people I think mixing interesting why continue yet filmmaking how for me while I was made things growing up yeah made three things out of messy and is always restricted investing <unk> illustration Investi as in straight hours frustrated. I couldn't really make it come alive and move and then the minute I did stop motion with Mesh Eights made sense to me yeah making images move from the nation tomato things you've drawn move down this actually giving life to catch eve made making things in life size. I think he's trying to make the current Israel. Next Zip of that is then wars film making action type is trying to create like a reality or reality sets will but it's not making yeah you put yourself into so if you're in fancy yes you yet 'cause you mix life-size illustration with three D. C.. Would you say that now your signature style of your projects well. We defended the last two now. We've been looking at incorporating some elements of animation with life actions mixing the two languages I think we like <hes> creating same visuals the new interesting <hes> I wouldn't say there's any particular style. I have quest sixty style so I think my grandparents interesting it. Will what what what do you mean you have sixty style the scenery in your I think my natural style is quite sixties and comes in anything really and my grandparents both they're both paintings sixty so I think it'll their work. Everything MHM Nashville comes attracted to sixties. Colors just seems to come out with graphic things yeah. She's always comes out even if the lighting is like I'm interested in things that somehow sixties sixties nice. Are you Kristie that the the sixties Reno she say how do you to as filmmakers <music> artists together. How do you pair up both of your visions so very difficult question? I was say on probably more style. Oh probably more of writing and initial ideas in Chris's much the details much adds to the vision not gonNA put down if you like I think we go to after took a very long time. Because we oversee we went to university together to each other so the threes yes hillary and then we did a postgraduate animation together not working together with sat next to each other the always to give out each other's work and how it can be better and the nothing naturally it just progressed into actually working on the same work. Yeah I think we we did the five years <unk> together. That was about an Australian House without a style with a owner was fisher a cliche and was usually get. I think we naturally hon very similar sense of what works the visuals and framing ideas would say where we are. She faced similar. It just tends to be the I will come up with the project is and and drive in terms of an overview and Chris very much details. We don't have the same don't tend to have exactly the same skin said which is a complimentary skill Stephanie so listeners know. How do you to prepare like how does the writing work in house? The could use your jobs <unk> together so I might sit directed which is the main I admit and increases accountability which is yeah the details Addington Yeah. There's kind of heightening yeah is bringing cruces creativity and adding to what I've sort of come up with Nice and how do you remain so patient with each other throughout such a long process yeah my best friends. I think he's very funny E._S.. Same Humor while you're stones Houna Yeah I think we both have what we basically try to achieve which I think helps yeah both very very devoted to sort of image making filmmaking king and they similar goals that we want to create things great that we really want to make so go similar similar outlook for what to do. I did read an interview interview with daisy and you said on there that one of the most important things when you're making creating is to get on with the people you're working with and I think obviously that must be so important too stupid. I took by enough. What am I mean? We've had people who we haven't got homeless. Previously who were still very good. What do the work as well but I think it's much nicer if you get on the people but I I'm? I'm not sure you have to I think I saw most people are intrinsically motivated and really want to create things than I did have to get on with them but I think people have a different reason for wanting to me things that I wouldn't get on with them even if they had a nice personality things about what your core values on someone who's very interested in image making more than likely would probably get on with them anyway yeah yes. You're there are people that tend to be the only goal is to make the thing the best version of it that it can be yeah yeah. I think anybody that we actually cares about making things. I I tend to be on with and we have to have exactly the same personality we keep in Klatch bid birthing the respect for if you really want to make things but I think he g get people that don't necessarily want to actually make do things even glass personality. I think I'll probably all the words on that really really dedicated. That may be I inner we occasionally have now been yeah. The night is important to uh-huh people respect respecting <hes> Yeah Nice. I'm much more of a novice when it comes to pairing animation with filmmaking and could you talk me through a little bit about the process from start to finish in a kind of summarizing way. Where do you begin when your when you've got a new phone idea and you want to set in motion so begins with the script I write the script and at the same time we'll start to have visual ideas from it and then from that will make a story board and then matic which is a moving story board and starting some designs it's and then when you really know your world is then yeah make the film nice and so you take it you eventually have to go away from the storyboarding idea onto an actual set and that's when the film crew come come in? That's when you physically make the footage again a slot in to the story boards you can see Eve already friend. Dave worry come up with a really they slaughtered in yeah. That's what I need wrote. This in terms of the sit on people say shave with filmmaking but actually feel making is all sorts of things yeah so. Would you say the storyboarding. That's kind of led. The development side is our refer that fast. I think it's really making my own. Yes you you really you really actually coming up with what you individually see. You're just not actually making the footage so really really coming up. We'll <unk> film is and then on says to eat more say his visually witty the script his dialogue and story and story borders completely what you'll see visually and then it's it's really about the making that footage is beautiful and his negatives possible. They've really would essentially made the film in in a certain we're almost there are elements for example acting and lighting that come into to the right onset but you've come up with a real nuts and bolts of way making already. How'd you find the process when you're finally working with the actors and during that car is do you enjoy that or is it kind of set set into a different space than they way or away for your drawings and it's a bit more out there and you're having to give them off people? How does that work and to find a tricky or do you enjoy it? I would say would different parts of enjoyable though ray different. I was very enjoyable puzzle. The for very different reasons I think working on this is really good. I think it's also good to have time to reign as well as mixtures. Che's good aligned the different car snapping different things that needed a different stages android Chris. What's your favorite part of the process what I would use it on the different bits for is for? There's who I think it's a challenge challenges. I didn't get that final is fine as long as you figured out what you want the beginning yeah I think it's very difficult if you haven't because then it becomes a very different thing of trying to find it the answer other people which I didn't you were doing the ACA sound mix or opening music and sound image enjoyed that because well especially in animation you nee sound tools itself is a huge part yeah find out very very enjoyable as well and I do. I really enjoy the storyboarding as well and I think I really like setting up and the sets and was the lightning enjoyed that yeah there's hi you going back to the APP to thing because as an actor I'm keen when actors come onto your set like with the full story for example. Do they find it quite an unusual experience to be working with animators or today quite easily slotted would say the were initially wary Una Kospi for them but I found it very all it. I think it just doesn't look like a set thing would normally be in office painted how his painting of the same extra painted carries her yeah and so initially the images <unk> although I think a lot of people adapt I mean within our the know exactly what to do yes fine but they initials into the building was happening. It was a mixed response of different people. Take somebody will find really quick here now. There's no question what was getting onto the will mixture here. There was one rule. They're very different responses. <hes> and you could kids as well. It was quite I loved it because it looks like it's painted set within things case base anything who went really hyper no one cub himself agreed paint nugent immediately and after we gave him an appropriate yeah they would enjoy shooting. That's brilliant. Yeah it was Jordan had great is there much nations nations come to live with the adults with adult actors. How does it work for any of the actors is is the personal longer because your then having to work around them and do your stuff at the same time as having them? Onset can't see your <unk> during royal shots that does it make it longer for the actors processes well when their own set not usually because all of that stuff is usually done when the probably because in in a way <music> spend them what holiday doing a couple of seconds pro-police long would make much which today said what we did for the full story was because when he just just film somebody's movement and when you put it next to the PINTA Carretero look to fluid and didn't fit is what we did was we filmed the actor. I think it was at twenty four frames fourfirms never forfeits colleague on at fool rain and then say so they moved in slow motion and they're acting as a jetty the Jerky movement and then we filmed for two seconds and then play back right twenty four seconds so it's normal speed beat. It's quite strange looking so there so what takes time as they're having to because you don't know exactly how it's GonNa look what has been sped up to adapt oil doing so we just repeat we just did over and over again and they would repeat it and make adjustments to doing everything in slow motion so that's what takes the time you eventually get it but it just takes a couple of a couple of been walking is the worst thing to walk in slow motion. I said obviously when when you walk when you actually walk you didn't actually sort of the border down I or something we found out that they would allow the womb penguin ages because you you you walk in a natural way. Take a solution so it was just finding those things must meet such an interesting challenge for them. I think so here was a chance to answer it was was it much.

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"chris wilder" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"chris wilder" Discussed on WINS 1010

"On tent ten win wins news time one 42 it's being investigated as terrorism officials in london now say twenty nine people are being treated at hospitals after a homemade explosive device detonated shortly after eight pm local time as the train was stopped at the person's green station commuter chris wilder says he's convinced this was intentional no doubt in my mind it it will survive before i don't know very very strong chemical very strong smell in in the train there can be cool smell as opposed to a burning snow none of the injuries is said to be life threatening the device itself appears to have not fully detonated with some of its casing remaining intact officials say that will actually help investigators determine what chemicals and methods were used to make the bomb british prime minister theresa may called an emergency cabinet meeting the threat level remains at severe that means such a terrorist attack is high he nightly but this will be kept under review is the investigation progresses president trump had this to say to reporters at the white house his showing which really indeed prime minister may says she received a call from the president earlier in a tweet the president suggested london police may have missed an opportunity to prevent the attack in response to prime minister said speculation is unhelpful here in the city the nypd says it has moved extra officers bombed detection dogs in heavy weapons teams into this up ways as a precaution they've also stepped up security at the british consulate city police commissioner james o'neill notes there are no current director threats against new york city governor cuomo says he is directed state law enforcement to increase transportation security at airports bridges tunnels and mass transit system sms across the state.

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"chris wilder" Discussed on The Offside Rule (We Get It!)

The Offside Rule (We Get It!)

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"chris wilder" Discussed on The Offside Rule (We Get It!)

"But but yet really really unlikely and he did it and k favorite story of the season fiji favors story of the season for me lindsey would have to be sheku genetic chris wilder and i was thinking about this i thought this is going to be special your favorite stories got to be spatial and what chris wilder has done is mind boggling i mean sheffield united hundred points in that division for what people forget is he did it the season before northampton series b e knows how to do it wilder and he could be the next as a friend of mine moped he could be the next big thing sheffield united fans were one chris wilder to the very last breath but i reckon he's already got himself a very good cv going in terms of manmanagement as a motivator terrific sheffield united the two sheffield clubs are absolutely enormous and i'm thrilled for him throw for that club it's a great story and to win it by that margin is phenomenal and now i wonder what the capable of next i was at the match web they won promotion right and it was secured and there was a pitch invasion ways so nice to say his reception the thing that really surprised met in our the union how agile he was he climbed onto the topic one of the dog to try and get security and safety as as first thought because i think everybody was worried in the in the wake of pitch invasions recently at just to make sure that that the fans didn't hurt themselves.

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"chris wilder" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"chris wilder" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Brick thirty one burlington thirty four traffic in western happen i would bet you all that you can all thank you twenty bucks but it does not happen today oh your own okay no but board his bat has to be the neither one of us can skip ahead whatever the next towns are you can skip ahead is i got the same sure you know i just give around the make it happens gonna happen naturally with whatever town was and alright he'll yeah yeah one about oh wait wait wait wait wait doesn't even happens within the news i would think so that's the one of us are right deal terms in three fifty and it's the zone new jersey's like would you get a lot of their i mean they're going to call it for new jersey one oh one point five yeah yeah if you were if you were if you were first time listener you have no idea bill loves this thing when all three towns reporting in the same temperature that we have to read and acquitted your chris wilder up to come joker joker joe could be really excited but you're not going to here today says twenty bucs alright one eight hundred three three one oh one point five so again the baby's good and i know my wife will be okay but she is going through something right now and then i with her blessings then asking as anybody dealt with this post mortem depression and anxiety one eight hundred three three one one point i haven't asked for permission of my wife went through it was kind of brees but it was only with our first child and it didn't happen like right after the child was what he's bonus pride and i think given timeout available me i was back on monday and all that was that we get it was the next week that i called innocent medicare command my wife is just she's helpless who city that that that's what she says.

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