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Fresh update on "czech" discussed on The Psychic Network

The Psychic Network

02:36 min | 20 hrs ago

Fresh update on "czech" discussed on The Psychic Network

"And you know, spirit, which is your divine, your creator, always your sight he guides to, they speak to you through your own voice. So while I was meditating, it was like a word vomit, I blurted the word out, mold divide. And I said, what is that? So I researched it and it was a crystal. More divide is a crystal. But it is not from earth. Mole divide is a crystal that is a meteorite. It came on earth, 14 million years ago, was a meteor from a planet far away that hit the Czech Republic, it blasted onto there, and it formed into crystals. But it is not an earthly crystal, it is a meteorite. And it has radiation in it. And so I was guided by my spirit guides to wear it. I searched everywhere I couldn't find it very hard to find because there about to be extinct. This was not a stone to become psychic. But it's a crystal for transformation. Now, I don't really believe in crystals, but I listen to my guides and they told me to wear it. So I found this place the only place that had it. And I got a necklace that has a pendant of a mold divide. And the woman there told me don't wear it more than 15 minutes a day because it can give you anxiety. You see, I already have anxiety, so I don't need more problems. So, I wear it 60 minutes a day. Maybe it has a therapeutic thing in it. I don't know. But it's called the stoner transformation. And it's not from this earth. It's from another planet. But crystals on earth in general are just a placebo effect.

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Rod Dreher's Warnings From Christians Who Fled Communist Countries

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

02:10 min | 4 d ago

Rod Dreher's Warnings From Christians Who Fled Communist Countries

"Back in 2015, I think it was. I got a phone call from an American physician who was really frantic. He told me that his mother, who had spent four years in a Czech prison in the 1950s because she refused to stop going to church, she immigrated to America and his lived here most of her life, but she said, son, the things I see happening in America today remind me of what I escaped from. I thought that was really alarmist, but I made a point Jim every time I would travel and I would meet people who had grown up in the Soviet Union or the Soviet bloc and had come to America during the Cold War. I would just ask them are the things you're seeing today. Does it remind you of what you left behind? Every single one of them said yes. And if you talk to them long enough, they get angry that American Christians won't take them seriously. Well, and I think it's important for us to know what that looks like. What are they expressing that we should be concerned about? I mean, for some people, we're so blinded, we don't even see it right in front of us. They've had the experience of seeing a government take control of people's liberties and squash them. And I think that's the right question. What are they seeing? They're seeing cancel culture going everywhere. They're seeing people having to be afraid for their jobs for their livelihoods and for their reputation. Well, and afraid to speak their minds. Exactly. That's a good point. Yeah, exactly. They get on the wrong side of the ideology. And what's interesting about this, Jim, is it's not just coming from the government. It may not at this point even primarily be coming from the government. It's coming for the fact that the left has taken over all of the major institutions of American society, started at the universities and the media. And now let's expand it to big business to sports to law to medicine even the U.S. Military. We call it wokeness. This is a softer form of the totalitarianism they left behind, and these people, these emigres, these precious people who came to this country looking for freedom, they're warning us if you don't step out of your complacent comfortable zone and speak out now and make a preparation for what's coming, it's going to be too late.

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Fresh update on "czech" discussed on The Psychic Network

The Psychic Network

01:54 min | 20 hrs ago

Fresh update on "czech" discussed on The Psychic Network

"Well, they're trying to get ratings, they are trying to get views to make money. And a lot of companies who have their dot coms promote crystals and they promote them telling you, you need this stone to attract money, you need this stone to heal your body, the truth is that crystals do not work, they never did, they never will. Now, I did get a signal a symbol for my psychic guides. And I was meditating and you know, spirit, which is your divine, your creator, always your sight he guides to, they speak to you through your own voice. So while I was meditating, it was like a word vomit, I blurted the word out, mold divide. And I said, what is that? So I researched it and it was a crystal. More divide is a crystal. But it is not from earth. Mole divide is a crystal that is a meteorite. It came on earth, 14 million years ago, was a meteor from a planet far away that hit the Czech Republic, it blasted onto there, and it formed into crystals. But it is not an earthly crystal, it is a meteorite. And it has radiation in it. And so I was guided by my spirit guides to wear it. I searched everywhere I couldn't find it very hard to find because there about to be extinct. This was not a stone to become psychic. But it's a crystal for transformation. Now, I don't really believe in crystals, but I listen to my guides and they told me to wear it. So I found this place the only place that had it. And I got a necklace that has a pendant of a mold divide. And the woman there told me don't wear it more than 15 minutes a day because it can give you anxiety. You see, I already have anxiety, so I don't need more problems. So, I wear it 60 minutes a day. Maybe it has a therapeutic thing in it. I don't know. But it's called the stoner transformation. And it's not from this earth. It's from another planet. But crystals on earth in general are just a placebo effect. If you

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 Czech museum to return original Beethoven score to heirs

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 6 d ago

Czech museum to return original Beethoven score to heirs

"A musical manuscript handwritten by Ludwig van Beethoven is being returned to its original owners. Beethoven composed the 6 movements sprinkled in B flat major in 1825 to 26, as part of his work on a series of quartets commissioned by a Russian prince. The manuscript became the possession of one of the richest families in pre World War II Czechoslovakia, the family lost it to the Nazis when they had to flee check as the Vaca to escape the Holocaust. The moravian museum in the Czech city of Bernard has had the original script for more than 80 years. The museum put the score on display for the first time this week in anticipation of handing it over to its rightful owners. The museum said a restitution law and property stolen by German Nazis made the return possible. Curator Simona sin la rova said the whole story reflects the history of Central Europe in the last 200 years. I'm

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The Significance of Giorgia Meloni’s Big Win in Italy

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:02 min | 2 months ago

The Significance of Giorgia Meloni’s Big Win in Italy

"Italy has had a free and fair election and the result is a big win for the right-wing or Conservative Party. And it's actually a coalition party. But the leading member of that coalition is a group called Friends of the fraternal order of Italy or Friends of Italy. And fraternal brothers of Italy and its leader is Georgia maloney, who will become the next Italian prime minister. Now, there might have been some leftists in this country. I mean, they were, they were warning against this result, and they might have been hoping that it just as here in 2020 you'd get like later results that would pivot away from maloney and give the election to the left. But unfortunately for these leftists here in America, Italy has voter ID. And also the only mules that you find in Italy are four legged ones. They eat grass. So this wasn't honest election. And now the left is dismayed at the outcome, and there's also a lot of screaming about the outcome at the EU. Why? Because at the European Union, they can see that this is a trend that is beginning to sweep across Europe. In the beginning, the trend was only in Eastern Europe and you may say at the periphery of Europe. So Hungary, for example, pivoted in a right wing direction Victor Orban, Latvia, Poland, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Austria, Slovakia. And so the EU said, well, the mainstream countries in Europe aren't going that way. France is okay. Even though we've got le pen, Germany is okay. England is okay. And Italy is okay in Spain is okay, but now Italy, one of one of the countries, in fact, sometimes described as the beating heart of Europe. Italy has decided to also pivot sharply to the right.

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Biden Shows up Late to Queen Elizabeth II's Funeral, Departs Hastily

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:56 min | 2 months ago

Biden Shows up Late to Queen Elizabeth II's Funeral, Departs Hastily

"What was going on with Joe Biden over at the funeral for the queen. We've got the photos and we have the video up on our website Todd stern's dot com. You got to see this. It's unbelievable. So first of all, Biden shows up late for the funeral, which is why they had him what 14 rose back. They had all the world leaders sitting up in the front, Joe Biden got stuck behind the president of Poland and the misses doctor misses First Lady Joe Biden was sitting next to the president of Switzerland. And then behind them was the president of the Czech Republic. Is that really where we are in the global pecking order right now? So anyway, the guy was late. They actually stopped the beast in front of some sort of a sandwich shop. They're in London, and they got stuck in traffic. So Biden finally gets there. And we've got the video of this where he walks in and he's writing the condolence book, right? And typically you would write like a little message, you know, my sympathies. For the queen, signed Joe and what's your head Joe? Biden couldn't even do that. They actually, The White House staff gave him a cue card. And he actually was writing based on whatever was on that cue card. And we got the video. You can see it for yourself. It's like I don't even try to hide it anymore. So anyway, they finally get in and they're in the back of the room. The Biden is sitting there and he's playing with his tongue. So he has his tongue out and he's got his hands his fingers on the tongue as if he had just now discovered, oh, there is there is flesh in my mouth. What is this? I don't know if he was just bored. I don't know if it was like some sort of childlike curiosity

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What Is NATO?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:23 min | 4 months ago

What Is NATO?

"What is NATO? NATO is the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. NATO was formed post World War II, and it was formed with the idea of trying to hedge against the Soviet Union. Now there are some good reasons for that in the Soviet Union was an evil empire in more ways than one. Albeit, I don't think we're quite honest with some of our relationship with the Soviet Union. We did partner with the Soviet Union to defeat the Nazis. After that there was this mad dash of who will control Europe and NATO was formed. NATO has 30 member countries. These countries, Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia Lithuania, Luxembourg, Montenegro, the Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, turkey, which I never quite understood. United Kingdom and the United States. These are 30 independent member countries. And there is what is called article 6. The article 5 article 6 of NATO, which is the mutual defense clause of NATO, which is an attack on one, is an attack on all.

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Wildfires in Germany, Czechia threatening tourist region

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Wildfires in Germany, Czechia threatening tourist region

"Wildfires in Germany and Czechia are threatening tourist regions A large wildfire on the German Czech border is spreading and threatening to destroy a forested national park popular with tourists hundreds of firefighters on both sides of battling the flames with help from reinforcements from neighboring Poland and Slovakia 8 firefighting helicopters are working to douse the flames in the hidey and rocky region this difficult to access local authorities are warning tourists to stay away from the area with Saxony state officials banning hikers for mentoring several forests in the region I'm Charles De Ledesma

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EU nears deal to ration gas amid Russian cut-off fears

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

EU nears deal to ration gas amid Russian cut-off fears

"EU governments are nearer to an agreement on rationing natural gas this winter to protect against any further supply cuts by Russia as Moscow pursues its invasion of Ukraine EU energy ministers have been deliberating over a draft European law that would require member states to cut demand for natural gas by 15% from August through to March This would entail voluntary steps to reduce gas consumption and if they yield insufficient savings a trigger to impose mandatory moves the Czech industry minister says winter is coming and we don't know how cold it will be but what we do know for sure is that they may Putin will continue to play his dirty games in misusing and blackmailing by gas supplies I'm Charles De Ledesma

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IOC calls for Russia to be excluded from sports

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 10 months ago

IOC calls for Russia to be excluded from sports

"The international Olympic committee is urging others to exclude Russia's athletes and officials from international sports events because of the country's invasion of Ukraine the decision includes Belarus which is allowed Russia to use its territory to station troops and launch attacks it was not a total ban were exclusion was not possible on short notice such as the winter Paralympics teams from Russia and Belarus will be allowed to compete as neutral athletes with no national flag FIFA declined to ban Russia from the World Cup but said that the country's national soccer team will have to compete as football union of Russia Poland Sweden and the Czech Republic has said they would refuse to take the field against them I'm

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Ivan Reitman, producer, 'Ghostbusters' director, dies at 75

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 10 months ago

Ivan Reitman, producer, 'Ghostbusters' director, dies at 75

"The filmmaker who give us comedy classics like animal house and Ghostbusters has died his family says Ivan Reitman died in his sleep Saturday at his home in California he was seventy five years old the Czech born filmmaker is known for making us laugh but he said in this Associated Press interview last year that his approach to comedy was a key reason goes bust is still resonated with fans I always have a service since you're approaching the comedy insist I took it seriously those yeah it's a service deal with realistically honest way right until the movie hits included animal house meatballs and stripes I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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US Beats Czech Republic in Women's Hockey

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 10 months ago

US Beats Czech Republic in Women's Hockey

"The defending champion U. S. women's hockey team rallied to defeat the Czech Republic four to one in the quarter finals of the Beijing Olympics on Friday police declined netted the eventual winner six forty nine into the third period to break a one all tie and help the Americans avoid a major upset the wind comes on the heels of the men's hockey team's tournament opening eight nothing route of China Sean Farrell had a hat trick for the Americans and the U. S. women's curling team remained undefeated after the tab at the Peterson led teams eight four win over China I'm guessing Coolbaugh

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No Olympic medal as Shaun White takes flight for final time

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 10 months ago

No Olympic medal as Shaun White takes flight for final time

"The defending champion U. S. women's hockey team rallied to defeat the Czech Republic four to one in the quarter finals of the Beijing Olympics on Friday police declined netted the eventual winner six forty nine into the third period to break a one all tie and help the Americans avoid a major upset I think a good game is always well one fund the plan but also like I said good for us and all that we have to to be at our best to stay in this tournament the wind comes on the heels of the men's hockey team's tournament opening eight nothing route of China Sean Farrell had a hat trick for the Americans I think we proved ourselves that we can be a really good team offense and the US women's curling team remained undefeated after the tab at the Peterson led teams eight four win over China I'm guessing cool law

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 Shaun White's last Olympics hurrah comes in halfpipe final

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 10 months ago

Shaun White's last Olympics hurrah comes in halfpipe final

"Shaun white's illustrious career comes to an end with a fourth place finish in the men's snowboard half pipe white won three gold in the discipline in two thousand six two thousand ten and two thousand eighteen the thirty five year old announced his retirement last weekend elsewhere in Friday Mikaela Shiffrin bounced back from early first round his qualifications in both the slalom and giant slalom she placed ninth in her first ever Olympic super G. team USA's women's hockey squad is out of the semi finals after defeating the Czech Republic four to one and men's curling defeats Great Britain ninety seven to improve to two in one in

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Olympics Live: Men's downhill rescheduled due to high winds

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 10 months ago

Olympics Live: Men's downhill rescheduled due to high winds

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Olympics Live: 2 Aussie curlers out of Games due to COVID

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 10 months ago

Olympics Live: 2 Aussie curlers out of Games due to COVID

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Russia Is Prepared to Invade Ukraine, so Why Is It Our Business?

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 11 months ago

Russia Is Prepared to Invade Ukraine, so Why Is It Our Business?

"Russia is poised to attack Ukraine 125,000 battle ready troops They tried to internally overthrow the Ukrainian government They already have their militia in the eastern part of Ukraine battling and their guerrillas battling The Ukrainian government The Ukrainian president has been an ally of the United States He's been really a reformer and people say why is this any of our business I don't know Was Austria any of our business now Was the so called Czech Republic Any of our business No How about Poland When that was invader was at any of our business No How about when Britain went to war with Germany Was that any of our business No The isolations in America said that's their problem That's your pet doesn't affect us Do you think that Vladimir Putin now has built hypersonic missiles Has a military presence in Antarctica As brand spanking new nuclear submarines and as modernized his nuclear arsenal because of Ukraine Because of Ukraine Not because of us

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Nadal reaches Australian Open quarterfinals for 14th time

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 11 months ago

Nadal reaches Australian Open quarterfinals for 14th time

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New Czech Government Dismisses Mandate Vaccination Plan

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

New Czech Government Dismisses Mandate Vaccination Plan

"It's an interesting question about societies. And individuals. So let me begin with the individual's part individuals all all good is done by individuals. By the outliers, as I pointed out, so look at this, the check government changes and there are no more mandates. Has COVID changed? No, there's actually a surge of COVID in the Czech Republic. But there's a new government, the government does not seek to control people's lives. The government is not paranoid about COVID. So they drop the mandates.

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Michael Pack Describes the Origin of Voices For America

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:29 min | 1 year ago

Michael Pack Describes the Origin of Voices For America

"I'm talking to Michael pack award winning film maker who ironically is also politically conservative. I've never heard of that before. Michael Pak. Welcome. Thank you. Great to be here. Your stuff is great. I want people to go to manifold productions dot com. But let's talk about the article you wrote at the Washington examiner, people can go to the Washington examiner and read it. I'll put it out on my social media again. But you tell the story of what happened. Well, I mean, it was even before I was nominated. I was told that as soon as Donald Trump was elected, the senior leadership of that organization got together to think about how to stop them. And they were very Voice of America. It's really an umbrella organization of the Voice of America and four other broadcasters. Radio for Europe, radio, liberty, radio free Asia, Middle East broadcasting and Cuba broadcasting. So there are really 5, but the Voice of America is by far the biggest. Okay, so when did these when did voice America at Al change? What happened? In other words, under whose presidential administration did this, you know, megaphone for voices and ideas of liberty become what it is today. Well, it's had a very contentious history. The voice, as I say, I started at the end of World War II. And after a while, it kind of drifted to the left. It had famous left leaning people such as John hausman and Howard fast working there. And in the 50s, people felt it was in the American government. It wasn't getting out the liberty message. And the CIA helped start radio for Europe regular liberty as a more hardcore anti communist radio. Back when the CIA was not yet part of the deep state back then. And back when America had principals, it's good for. But then it drifted too. But what happened really was that Ronald Reagan, who is a president who understood media and understood the importance of these organizations, he gave it a new kind of attention. And he focused it on getting this message of liberty, freedom and democracy out there to the point where after the fall of communism, people like lassa and Poland and vostok havel and the Czech Republic would say that these were beacons of light in the darkness

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"czech" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"czech" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

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"czech" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

All the Kings Men | LA Kings

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"czech" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

"He's very mobile and really impressive on his turns and just covering ice really well. I think there's a nice project to work with him. Is he going to go in the first round. Maybe maybe not I thought he looks pretty good at the world juniors under eighteen. I didn't really see much. And that kind of tracks with the game that i've seen some games are much better than others but i haven't ranked really high because i just have a. I have a good gut feeling about the type of player he could be especially if he comes over to north america for some junior experience and get some play on smaller ice But yeah he's he's a very interesting one if he slips out of the first round i think a team could take a swing on them and even if he ends up like a number four or five defensemen that just you put an sort of plug the holes defensively. I think that's entirely possible. But i think there's definitely room to grow for him. Will the next guy will move. Here is jaka bra benefits. And while i say it's rabbinate's it looks nothing like that if you read it phonetically Center six but one one sixty five You kind of mentioned In terms of sport. Zeal how he's a project or at least you know very interesting and intriguing player. I think there's a lot of similarities here with Rabbinate's also czech republic native player but september. Two thousand three. So this guy might be the very youngest guy in the draft and Like you mentioned with zeal. He also played in the Extra league which is the top league in the czech republic was also loaned out for three games like suppose zeal to To the second league but also played well in the u eighteen leagues. This guy again intriguing. Pick where did you see him going in. And what are you like in his game. Yeah i don't know where he's gonna go. he's a very interesting one. i. I've seen him play quite a bit. Nothing nothing has really jumped out at me about him. He's he's he's another one of these smart sorta two hundred foot guys not the most mobile not the most skilled but he's just kind of effective most of the time. I didn't think anyone on the check under eighteen team was really like i need to draft this guy. Yeah right now Some of those teams. I think had trouble sort of settling in and playing in that tournament of greasy tournament for a lot of tears. Yeah but he was solid at that tournament and again like you said he's young. That's a big advantage for him in my view I would have liked to see him..

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"czech" Discussed on All The Kings Men

All The Kings Men

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"czech" Discussed on All The Kings Men

"I think there's a nice project to work with him. Is he going to go in the first round. Maybe maybe not I thought he looks pretty good at the world juniors but at the world under eighteen. I didn't really see much. And that kind of tracks with the game that i've seen some games are much better than others but i haven't ranked really high because i just have a. I have a good gut feeling about the type of player he could be especially if he comes over to for some junior experience and get some on smaller ice But yeah he's he's a very interesting one if he slips out of the first round i think a team could take a swing on them and even if he ends up like a number four or five defensemen that just you put an sort of plug the holes defensively. I think that's entirely possible. But i think there's definitely room to grow for him. Will the next guy will move. Here is Jaka rub benefits. And while i say it's rabbinate's it looks nothing like that if you read it phonetically Center six but one one sixty five You kind of mentioned In terms of sport zeal How he's a project or at least you know very interesting and intriguing player. I think there's a lot of similarities here with Rabbinate's also czech republic native player but september. Two thousand three. So this guy might be the very youngest guy in the draft and You know like you mentioned with zeal. He also played in the Extra league which is the top league in the czech republic was also loaned out for three games like suppose zeal to To the second league but also played well in the u eighteen leagues. This guy again intriguing. Pick where did you see him going in. And what are you like in his game. Yeah where he's gonna go. he's a very interesting one. i. I've seen him play quite a bit. Nothing nothing has really jumped out at me about him. He's he's he's another one of these smart sorta two hundred foot guys not the most mobile not the most skilled but he's just kind of effective most of the time. I didn't think anyone on the check under eighteen team was really like i need to draft this guy. Yeah right now Some of those is a lot of those teams. I think had trouble sort of settling in and playing in that tournament. This was a bit of a a greasy tournament for a lot of tears. Yeah but he was solid at that tournament and again like you said he's young. That's a big advantage for him in my view I would have liked to see him..

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"czech" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

All the Kings Men | LA Kings

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"czech" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

"Once in a while. And i think he did get more and more comfortable in the osha as the year went on But he's a guy where i just haven't haven't gotten really great. Read on just why he might be a first round. Pick to some teams. I'm not quite sure i see that. But the guy who. I think definitely should get drafted. And you know. Now that he's played more and more in the usa with more is on him. He's kind of getting the attention that he kind of should be getting. You go back. Two years. He was at shattuck. Saint mary's which was one of the premier prep schools in the nation. Forty six games the sixteen level fifty seven points with obviously the majority coming out and assist shattuck again at the u eighteen level a year ago. Seventeen games thirteen assists and then he goes to sioux city in twenty twenty one fifty games twenty six point so someone that s defense maybe not your premier. Top line offense advancement. It's someone who can still contribute the first thing that comes to mind. Mind at least someone. I could see comparison in maybe like marco scandala. Is that someone that you know. Maybe you see in terms of you know. Reminiscent play yeah. I think that's not the craziest thing i've ever heard. You know like scandal is a guy i know right Scandal was kinda bounced around a little bit again. Like i think he was a second round pick or something anyway. Yeah minnesota. yeah so you know. He's he's been. I could see that as well In that in that kind of a role for him. I think booms got the brain And the sort of just feel for playing defense in a in a relatively safe way with a bit of that you know that a bit of that aggression that that that you might wanna see once in a while out of your defensemen So i think that again similar to a lot of other guys. I think he's a nice little project to work with and mold and what you think you might be like. I think there's room for him to be more of a defensive leaning guy..

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"czech" Discussed on All The Kings Men

All The Kings Men

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"czech" Discussed on All The Kings Men

"I think will need sorta come a bit of a ways especially with his footwork and generating speed and getting stronger on his feet but he fights back against pressure pretty. Well you know again like you said. I think there is something to having a dad. That was jason blake especially with how his career went And having him being like hey son you're gonna need to learn how to play when two guys are trying to get the puck off and they're six inches taller than you. And i think he does that pretty well. So i'm hopeful Especially if you can sorta get him sort of skating a lot better and generating speed a lot more reliably and just getting stronger on his frame for sure you talk about you. Know we've mentioned jason. Blake is his father in someone who had to uses his skill set but also his brain. His i q to not only stanishev but being effective role player of for jackson. Someone who has that seal that. Maybe his dad didn't necessarily have in his. Your tillery is he. Someone that you can see becomes you know that next five nine points or You know those types of players that are under size maybe brayden point is a heck of a hockey player. We're talking about a guy who scored nine struggles in nine straight games in the playoffs..

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"czech" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

All the Kings Men | LA Kings

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"czech" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

"Need sorta come a bit of a ways especially with his footwork and generating speed and getting stronger on his feet but he fights back against pressure pretty. Well you know again like you said. I think there is something to having a dad. That was jason blake especially with how his career went And having him being like hey son you're gonna need to learn how to play when two guys are trying to get the puck off and they're six inches taller than you. And i think he does that pretty well. So i'm hopeful Especially if you can sorta get him of skating a lot better and generating speed a lot more reliably and just getting stronger on his frame for sure you talk about you. Know we've mentioned jason. Blake is his father in someone who had to uses his skill set but also his brain. His i q to not only stanishev but being effective role player of for jackson. Someone who has that seal that. Maybe his dad didn't necessarily have in his. Your tillery is he. Someone that you can see becomes you know that next five nine points or You know those types of players that are under size maybe brayden point is a heck of a hockey player. We're talking about a guy who scored nine struggles in nine straight games in the playoffs. A here i yeah. That's obviously a the the ceiling to save the lease. But someone who you know can be that underside guy that plays in the nhl and play solid minutes. Yeah i mean. I think like you said the the brain that he's got for the game and just how slippery he is with both his skill and his passing i think is projectable. Infinitely you know. I think that he just has a knack for finding guys around. The ice has a knack for evading pressure. One way or the other And i think that for a guy that size you're going to need to have that. It's not like he's skating. One hundred miles an hour up the ice and just trying to bulldoze through us hr level defense is. He's you know he's playing at his own pace. He's finding seems he's finding lanes and he's just he's just a really rock solid hockey player. You know again like maybe the upside might be a little bit limited. But he's going to be a guy that i think could play and especially driven through sort of the passing vision and just his awareness of the ice and and how willing he is to sort of attack the offensive zone for sure with alaska here from the us hdl in what a story. This is in shape. I believe it's boom because it's a hard one to.

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"czech" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

All the Kings Men | LA Kings

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"czech" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

"And i think that there's a lot to work with that over the next couple of years. You could end up with a pretty interesting scoring forward for your team. You talk about the you know the playmaking in the previous year. He was at medicine. Hat in the w.h. forty eight games. Twenty two goals. Thirty one says fifty three points he goes to the. Us h. l. this past season. Because of the whole question marks with the league's he plays thirty one games for sioux falls. Twenty four goals twenty two assists for forty six points. Like you mentioned. Do you think that the playmaking tool in terms of raw talent is something that can become consistent and in terms of that offense talent A lot of draft you know reports talk about how he may lack that defenses. You know defensive awareness and or focus is at something that's a little bit of a question mark think that his game can really become well rounded up. I mean my read of it is that i'm not totally sure. He trusted the guys who was playing with You know he is very talented on his own. And he you know in in the data that i've tracked he was one of the more He was getting the puck. Moving offensively more often than a lotta forwards tracked. So it's not like this is a guy who did nothing away from the offensive zone but the trouble is that his passing all across the ice in an almost every way was down near the bottom of the list of guys that i've tracked so he wasn't even he's just not passing the puck getting the puck and moving up the ice and shooting at himself and his defensive metrics were not good and i also think that that that isn't necessarily as much of a concern for me i have seen him especially as the year went on. You know really starting to move his feet a lot more really starting to pressuring guy really starting to pressure guys a lot more really trying to at least get involved defensively. He was playing center a lot. So that is kind of the expectation but then there would also be times where you wouldn't see enough out of him and he would just kind of get fall behind on puck pursuits and not win battles. But he's physical. It's not like you're not going to get a physical player out of them It's just a matter of fitting into a unit in the nhl. Because i don't think he's as talented as a guy that can you just put them on the ice and he gets the puck and you can do everything himself you know. I think that he can be a great finisher. He's got a decent set of feet under and they're not great but i think he has enough tools to make it work and with some development and some coaching to sort of bring him along in the right direction. Yeah i definitely think there's something there But there are definitely holes in his game that would cause some.

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"czech" Discussed on All The Kings Men

All The Kings Men

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"czech" Discussed on All The Kings Men

"While supplies last after the trade for viktor arvidsson the la kings currently have seven picks in the two thousand twenty one nhl entry draft including the eighth overall. Pick in the draft is always a bit of a mystery with hundreds of players eligible. You've taken but this past year has made it even tougher to predict so. We've assembled some keen hockey observers from around the hockey world and jack ski is going to ask them to tell us which players are out there and what kinds of players might wind up. La this week. We're taking a look at players coming out of the usa and the czech republic and help us do that from mckean's hockey and his own projects couching. We'll s- couch. What's up kings fans. Welcome back to another episode where we talk about the prospects that could become kings today. We're going to cover the us h. L. will cover some europeans at the end as well in with me to talk about..

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"czech" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

All the Kings Men | LA Kings

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"czech" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

"While supplies last after the trade for viktor arvidsson the la kings currently have seven picks in the two thousand twenty one nhl entry draft including the eighth overall. Pick in the draft is always a bit of a mystery with hundreds of players eligible. You've taken but this past year has made it even tougher to predict so. We've assembled some keen hockey observers from around the hockey world and jack ski is going to ask them to tell us which players are out there and what kinds of players might wind up. La this week. We're taking a look at players coming out of the usa and the czech republic and help us do that from mckean's hockey and his own projects couching. We'll s- couch. What's up kings fans. Welcome back to another episode where we talk about the prospects that could become kings today. We're going to cover the us h. L. will cover some europeans at the end as well in with me to talk about. These kids is will s- couch. Will you know you've got a lot of different. Titles here but i i think the best one would be you know analysts in terms of draft prospects along with analytics. Is that a good way to put it. Yeah we'll call it that. Yeah i mean. I'm a on a craft my own database of data for for prospects in the nfl draft. I guess you can call that. Perfect while i mean it's obviously depth in I appreciate the time. And thanks for coming on the pod pleasure so before we get into some of these prospects in will start the us. H i wanted to kind of talk about a little bit of how the emergence of the us h has really become a nhl producing league. It wendy started to happen and why. I think it's a couple of different things. I it seems to have really coincided with the emergence of usa hockey really starting to condense everything and sort of focused on you know the td program took a big step forward in the in the later two thousands and into the twenty tens and it's sort of become a premier development program. And i think they also become sort of the team to beat and other players who might be headed to college and just might not be at this sorta. Mvp attention level might still wanna get a chance in so usa teams. Might i think there's just more and more talent coming out of the states from a younger and younger age and the tdp is kind of making that happen more and more. And i think that that's kind of you know raised everyone's talent level over the years and i think it i think it definitely has become much more competitive than it was when when i was.

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"czech" Discussed on The Wise Fool

The Wise Fool

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"czech" Discussed on The Wise Fool

"It's a little bit of cult to personality for sure and it's a little bit. It's a little bit late in the old days. You know renaissance. Like i totally understand that. That system makes perfect sense because there were no proper sort of schools in the way you learned was to be an apprentice and they seem to and they seem to have taken that structure and simply put it into academic instead of coming up with their own idea of how to do it. But i'm not. I'm not saying it's bad. There's a magnificent artists coming out of these schools. So i'm not saying that's wrong. I was teaching in bernardo de academy there and it was really. I had fights with another professor just because i could ask his students some christians that he thought was just conceptual rabbe. She's just painting so leave him. You know yeah. I tried to teach in printed probably in the czech republic. And it's very interesting. How they it's very different. Academic nature is very different. This whole idea of the the like you mentioned before we were recording like five year contracts and that kind of stuff but also the whole format of the academic structure. I don't even know how better to explain it. It's just not what i grew up with and it doesn't make it bad so sweet making clear for anybody who's listening. I am not badmouthing education in the czech republic. What.

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"czech" Discussed on The Wise Fool

The Wise Fool

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"czech" Discussed on The Wise Fool

"Would you please pronounce your name correctly for me. My name is nada and you are a painter and a professor in the czech republic. correct this. I'm also conservator restorer fabulous. i have tons of questions about conservation. Okay but let's go back step so one of the first things. I always love to know about people who sort of their childhood their background. How did they even get into being creative and work in the creative industries. I was drawing because a child most of small children too that i was drawing some enduring the basic school and my real interested when i really started. Some two aims was at the secondary school when i actually entered the secondary school. And because that was another socialistic regime slovakia at that time we didn't have any access to the western obscene here in the country and my only access was a possibility to visit the american embassy and they had a library there an in the library. They had some magazines out in america and ought forum. And i was bordering these magazines and somehow i forgot to return them and they didn't mind somehow so i actually had them to allow. And that was my sews or inspiration and another interesting or funniest thing is that i had a friend with whom i shared all my free time after when i came home from school from the secondary school and he was working in a bookshop in the center of prague and the bookshop was.

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"czech" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"czech" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

"As well too and you have a handful of boards in your garage. I've seen what are you to tell me about your boards. Oh well my my go-to board. Because i'm getting tired of. Paddling is is a longer board. It's a takayama bottle. Great great shape just more higher performance. I would say not. You know not a cruzi board by any means but it turns really well you know comes off the bottom you can. It's just it's crazy. It's it's it feels like i could i well. It feels like short on that thing really when the waves are bigger on on smaller. Waves doesn't react the same but still it's a it's a great board great model cool to plus one. I've seen you write it with the center. Fan inside bites always like is your primary board that you surf these days. It seems like it is. Yeah i have a couple of other boards depending upon what the waves are doing have got to another takayama egg. That's smaller it's seven six poxy. It's it's fun with the right conditions. I don't love it but if the waves are say head. Hi dr the it. It performs pretty well wasn't push it gives it some push and then also to once again it's just has fallen paddle it. I don't get as tired and i can pour distance. I always feel like. I'm tired. So i'm always trying to figure out a way just to keep me going out in the water. This is coming from a guy who will not be turned down at ocean beach. He'll pile for an hour. We'll give you won't give up it's in your head. Isn't it. many times it is. It is with everything that i do. that's just how i'm wired. I need to accomplish. Whatever i put into my head and i need to see it through until i'm happy with it and one day there's going to be a point where compelling out at ocean beach and i'll be i'll say to myself i'm done you i don't i don't want do.

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"czech" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"czech" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

"And that trip i did. Yeah yeah not for that particular. But we went up and served another spot. Paul called punta colorado. And it's a really cool used to be a secret spot. It's not so secret anymore but yeah it was a beautiful day. The ways weren't even that big pal down the beach. And i was just catching these close outs. Just having fun and got a cover shot to cover shop the publication. It was labeled goes like a french magazine. A french magazine. You got the calvert that on a damn t that should be a euro vanity series about me brands not about. That's incredible. that's cool. Yeah that's pretty cool. I didn't even know about until my buddy went to serve chopin and he was in the in the gift shop at the airport and he was like look at the coverage like wait. That's alex i notice you use the term surf news an entertainment with buggy and surfboards. I mean you are in the surf and you are surfing. But i mean colloquially. Does that community served porto and you know. That's my boogie board of i served. It's just writing the ever surfed show poop. I haven't yet. I really want to you really want would you. I would you. I'm not that good of a surfer. When i say sir i say stand up surfer and i'll be like stand up. Say you know standing on a surfboard. So your core. I mean if you know gun to your head. What are you had to choose. You are a border. Yeah to the to the core to the core. Yeah i joke with people. And just say when i serve. I'm just writing really long body boards. Yeah that's cool and you've got him well to always served the ones but i do recall trying to drop it in the needing shit and almost hitting you with my own board. Which is a great first impression to make with your neighbor when you go surfing together just to serve with frazier c. surf port-au where no where else you meant ocean. Beach call that magical spot san francisco. Now i look at ocean beach as a layman more lane with as a lame surfer and i don't want any part of ocean beach. It's like two to three foot and mellow summer right. But you're describing the other day just how you can use the currents and find your way to the peak. See out there. Some big days ocean beach too. Yeah absolutely Place like you're saying. I think it think of it as a truly magical place. Why did you see that well. So when i was younger and after going serving hawaiian gonna puerto and living in southern california. I got to a point where i was just really upset with wave riding kinda just. Where's the slabs right. You jaded as totally too good. Yeah it was too good. I got i was traveling and stuff and i was at a point where i was focusing on school. Yeah and i just. I was trying to figure out my next steps in live. But bodyboarding was like this major focus from ages fourteen to twenty three. So i work my way back up into the city and this was like in the mid ninety s and i was going starting to go to college up there and you're going to sf state. I went to san francisco. Art institute got great. Fine arts school there. And i got to the city and i didn't really know about the quality of the waves up there and i didn't have a car so i would just take my board and you know. Take the n judah down to the beach and you know middle of the wintertime raining. That's when i first moved there and a just there was nobody in the water..

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"czech" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"czech" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

"These guys are going to the they can catch a wave further outside anytime they want to now that their discretion as the waves that i get to catch you know. So that's part of the annoying dynamic. The two right. Yeah so so. If you're riding a slab and you're on a boogie you can sit right on the ledge and you don't have to. It's just easier for you to get into the way. That's that's why you're doing. You're trying to get into the waves fast. You can be as deep as you can so you can get the best barrel right if you're riding a surfboard in that situation. It's not always easy to sit right on the ledge and take off. I mean there's guys that can do it amazing to watch but still back in the day. You didn't have those guys out there now you do. I think the body borders respect those guys for being able to ride those lands and you see this magic happening. So it's not about what you're riding it's like let's just let this guy at the sickest way possible and like you said the waves some critical waves that you're you're after as bodyboarding as a proficient body border and so you guys are past the point of proving each other proving yourselves with each other. You're at a critical wave. It's about survival and getting some bad ass waves together right so at that level. It's there's no social links there it's just about getting it in and of course there's going to be places where you have somebody that's newer to bodyboarding. Who's gonna get in your way probably just like somebody that's gonna get in your way. Now that point you have to get over the craft that they're riding and just look at their experience you know. So that's that's that's the tough thing it's like you can't pin guys writing this craft right. It's really know this person's just new and we need to teach them how to do things right out there you know like hey doll dole-powell for the way when you see the guy dropping in you know about that..

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"czech" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"czech" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

"And you know so. You're looking at like the surface area in the front. So i'm a i'm a big guy so i'm always looking for more surface area towards the nose in a little bit taller so i want my boards to be just a tad longer for you know kind of big fat open ocean waves but if it's like a slab that i want my board to be a little bit shorter and have a different tale. Yeah definitely you'll geek out on all that stuff. I'll tell are you a six one. And what's the length of your your body or so prefer my my regular driver. The daily drive forty two and a half inches in length and then the with is a twenty two and a half inches wide and the distance from the wide point to the nose. I'd say is about twelve and a half inches. Roughly sometimes they'd go thirteen. And i keep my nose without about twelve. I'm really lucky. I ride still sponsored. Believe it or not. And who sponsors you. A hawaiian line. International h allied excellent. Yeah as a great guy out of who he. I started riding for him. Oh gosh maybe fifteen years ago and connected them to my shaper now. He sponsors rad bodybuilders hawaii and california. And just here i am an old man. He's still sends me a couple boards every year. And i'm just me out. It's really cool. Hawaiian line international. Great guy each ally. Paul you gotta call them right after this and tell them that you got three hundred impressions for him podcasts. Yeah that's cool another product. That's out of your out of your garage. I love to boogie. Boats super fun. And then when you say you're talking i think fins on the bottom of a surfboard. You think of flippers. Right yeah flippers on your feet that another pejorative used in the body boarded community flippers. No i mean kooky up you get to There's there's no kooks there is but not in this regard. You don't know what you know what you mean I tell you i i would like to say. I'm not judgmental outwardly. I'm not. I'm polite to everybody but i'd be lying if i don't judge people based on little subtleties of a word. They use or something like that. It's ridiculous but yeah..

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"czech" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"czech" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

"Let's get to alex. This is a long podcast because really enjoy talking to this guy. I think you'll enjoy listening to so take it away. Alex check roko. Excellent cheers cheers. What are you drinking. it's Rogue rogue rogue located up in oregon river. Anita's other cheers. happy friday. A little off right happy. Friday aloha indeed. Okay gentlemen you. Here's alex check. Alex is a couple of things. I really got met you in the spring and the summer number. One your neighbor of mine to be here. Likewise we're here in santa cruz of course and you are a graphic design teacher. Yes i teach. Three levels of graphic design los gatos high school right on and long. How long have you been teaching. This is my twelfth year. Excellent yeah got into it a little bit later in life. But it's a epic gig right excellent and aside from being a teacher you could also see. You're an artist and you have an apparel brand as well. Yeah i own and artists behind you. Roco brand up and running for the last ten years right on cool so you launch. Did you want to ten years ago. I did i did. It was was one of those things where i had been doing graphics for different surf shops for while and they would always come up to me and say. Hey you're t-shirts the best. Don t shirt and pay me like five hundred bucks or thousand bucks from my logo and we sold ten thousand t shirts and i would start doing the numbers like why am i making you the graphics i i should be making my own so absolutely. That's that's when. I built up my brand but i had my first brand. When i was in high school. I built that up and ran that for like five or six years yeah then started focusing on caller cool stuff and i still to talk to you on this pod because you know how low it is and we just like talking about surf and there's fight there's about you five different posits you and a lot of different topics one of them. Your street and your entrepreneurship and just grown up out in joshua tree. And i've learned a lot about you and you have a lot of interesting stories about you..

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"czech" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"czech" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

"Nice to see you again. Midlife surfer podcast. Lister how are you. My name is jeff and i'm Reporting live from somewhere in carmel valley actually like a spa resort expensive ass hotel for a couple nights. My wife and i did start kids. Parents took him. And it's my wife's birthday so she's actually getting a massage right now and i'm back in the hotel room and that'd be a good time to record an intro to my lame podcast but this one's a good one and This podcast features a neighbor of mine in fact a guy. I'm lucky to call a friend. Now named alex check. Alex check is a lot of things. He's a high school art teacher. He's an artist. He still sponsored body border as we'll learn. He managed surf shops in his youth and just lived a life and he's got a lot of cool stories to tell and he's a good dad and a good husband and he just a good dude. The brand is rural oracle. You are k. o. dot com is the website. Check it out. T shirts hats and apparel sweatshirts. It's really understated. It's really cool stuff. And the tricky part to me. At least my wife bought me a couple of roko shirts I don't know three four years ago in fact. I think we bought my father-in-law was well to and they're just fit well and in fact i should unites one of my favorite shirts still. It's like a five year old shirt starting to wear it down but i still wear the hell out of it and it's just this beautiful piece of art and it's just it's like a wave pattern and you roco again is the Is the brand and You know i was wearing at once in my My my buddy will he says Hey you know the guy who did that artwork. He moved to her neighborhood. And say you know. Oh cool and i just pictured an all japanese dude. Maybe maybe like some artist repurpose his work and and put it on a But on t shirt but no alex he is not an old japanese man. He he's a cover. Boy lay boogie magazine. Once if you lose any of you ever read logie anyway. That was the boogie board magazine in france that he made the cover of anyway. Let's get to know alex. I'm ramblin wanna remind you midlife surfer dot com.

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