35 Burst results for "Dame"
Kelly Ties Rockne as No. 12 Irish Hold off Purdue 27-13
"Karen Williams scored two long touchdowns the second a fifty one yard run with six oh five remaining as twelfth ranked Notre Dame held off Purdue twenty seven thirteen Jack corn was sacked four times and struggled with his accuracy completing fifteen of thirty one passes for two hundred twenty three yards and two TV's Avery Davis led the Irish in receptions with five for one hundred twenty yards the victory was the one hundred fifth in Brian Kelly's twelve year career at Notre Dame tying him with legendary Knute Rockne is the winningest coach in school history I'm the ferry
International Poker Open Will Return to Dublin Come What May
"Just six weeks time. He will be bringing live poker back to our land. He is nick o'hara nick. Welcome the creator of times for having me along. Always phones josh. It's great to have nick. Let you start right there the it. Oh this is great news of the week. The international poker open is happening and it will be the first life fokker in ireland. Wanna say like twenty months or like eighty ninety definitely in that region for the fourth time the vet will be sponsored by unique poker. The festival is one of europe's longest running and most popular events. It's been held annually since two thousand and seven including an online version. Played on you bet last year. This year's live event will take place at dublin's burlington hotel as it has been for many years. We'll be on from october. Twenty fifth. Nick this is very much your baby these days. Tell us more. Yeah i mean. It's phony mentioned lockdown. The last major live events in ireland was to uni beto In february of twenty nine dame so we were last two now. It looks like prefer stand and on the twenty second of october government or to to move all remaining restrictions which lay the patch for live events to recommence has to wear before. Knock down so. I mean we're very excited about our and the government announced yesterday ten days ago so there's been a lot of our background over the last five days or so to gather websites updated schedule updated contacting staff finalizing details at the venue and and we finally yesterday morning. At eleven o'clock we announced the ipo online which was spread and we had a huge response on social media and the hotel Announced about eleven o'clock in the morning on the hotel called What's happened forgotten destroyed hair before imposing is bought does not mean is said what we sold about a hundred bedrooms in the last hour wowed. That's an incredible
No. 8 Notre Dame Survives Toledo 32-29 After Wild 4Q
"A Frank Notre Dame escape with the thirty two twenty nine win over Toledo one Jack Collins eighteen yard scoring strike to Michael Mayer with sixty nine seconds left the rockets took a twenty nine twenty four lead on freshman quarterback dequan Finn's twenty six yard bootleg TD run with one thirty five remaining it took Colin just twenty six seconds to directed three play seventy five yard touchdown drive colon threw for two hundred thirty nine yards and two touchdowns both to mayor Colin also was sacked six times fumbled once and had an interception return by Chris McDonald for a touchdown I'm the ferry
Should All Adults Get a COVID-19 Booster Shot?
"All adults have a cave boost up on. What will the government sent me thinks. Say with the health secretary Javid saying he was confident. A booster program would start later. This month is something. The joint committee on vaccination and immunisation is grappling with and we tending to scientists to. Give us the answers on friday. The face off dame sara gilbert the scientists who led the team that developed. The oxford vaccine was splashed across the front of the daily telegraph. Saying there shouldn't be a mass booster program. She backs advice to give boosts to vulnerable people. Dame sara gilbert spoke to me on friday. And i also where the people should have a booster. If they're offered one it's a very complicated situation and newspaper. Headlines tried to get of the whole situation encapsulated view words which are going to excite people's interest. That's not actually a good way to be putting across the message here. We need to think about the different people in the population. It's really clear that people would compromised immune systems benefit from having a third dog vaccine. That doesn't mean that that s gunshot apply to everybody and we also need to be thinking about when boosters will be given Because if we give them to everybody very early then we might face a situation of saying the fact that boost does house declined before we actually see a more cases coming in winter season. Which is when we would expect to see cases of ours like this so it's not something that you can put across really in the newspaper headline. It's a lot more complicated than that. What i like to think about though is where we using vaccine doses in the wild and the problem is that we simply don't have enough awesome if we have enough doses to vaccinate everybody in the world with two devices we wouldn't be having to have the discussions about should we use them in one country or another. I'm not so so very complicated because we have to think about which vaccines survivable where they all. The expiry date for them is with us. Particular batch is that we have now whether it's feasible transport them
No. 9 Notre Dame Escapes With OT Victory Over Florida State
"Florida state. Are they better. They have to be better. They're down thirty twenty. They hang in there. George travis quarterback in a weird way they got back in this game running the football because notre dame stayed with a three down linemen formation and then florida states. Like this is what you're giving us. We're just gonna keep taking. It kept running the football down. But mackenzie milton if you remember him at. Ucf to top ten heisman finishes had played a game since november. Two thousand eighteen. He gets back in. It was the story of this game. A starts i think five or five numbers actually could have been a little bit better than that and they tie this game up and send it to overtime for state missed the kick at home. So notre dame's probably gonna pretty get no one's gonna care for state might be better. It's kind of one of those momentum losses when you've been down as florida state but you have the expectations that you should have when you're in tallahassee. But i'm not sure and again notre dame no one's gonna care because the playoff losses.
No. 9 Notre Dame Escapes With OT Victory Florida State
"Ninth ranked Notre Dame coughed up an eighteen point lead in the fourth quarter before Jonathan door hit a forty one yard field goal in overtime sending the Irish past Florida state forty one thirty eight the winning kick came after Ryan fitzgerald thirty seven yard attempt sailed wide left fitz Gerald extended the game with a forty four yard kick in the final minute of regulation Jacquelyn completed twenty six of thirty five passes for three hundred sixty six yards and four touchdowns in his Notre Dame debut I think I learned early on when I got here that was you know their plan for the offense yeah I mean I mean I think it's a great idea like I said you always need a house big chunk plays in a game how to be successful and make it easier on the offense to Sean Corbin had an eighty nine yard touchdown run for the Seminoles who have dropped five straight openers I'm Dave Ferrie
Influential Educators: Dame Marie Clay
"To come. Let's talk about mari clay. Mari was born in nineteen. Twenty six in wellington new zealand. When she was five years old. Her parents divorced. Mari lift primarily with her mother but bounced between both parents houses. As a result. Mari ended up pretending four different primary schools. Something that would later influence her career trajectory in one thousand nine. Forty-five mari earned her primary school teaching credentials at wellington college of education following her time at wellington mara went onto earn both her bachelor's and master's degree her master's thesis focused on finding solutions for teaching special. Needs students. how to read and write in the nineteen fifties. Mari was awarded a fulbright scholarship. The award allowed her to continue her research at the university of minnesota and developmental child psychology and childhood literacy during her studies. Mari came to disagree with the prevailing literature about the ability of low achieving students to learn to read instead. Mari developed her own viewpoints. That would shape her research for decades to come. After finishing her fulbright mar moved back to wanganui new zealand where she taught elementary school and worked as a school psychologist. Then in nineteen sixty. She moved to auckland and joined the university of auckland's faculty. She taught educational psychology while pursuing her doctoral degree she was interested in understanding how children learn to read and how teachers could better support. The children who are falling behind. Her research was unique because it focused on closely observing a child's development over time
2021 College Football Betting Preview
"Gentleman. I have picked the brain of many times. Jay romano pro. Better here in las vegas good to be with you. Thanks for having me all right well. We finally broke the seal. Got you on the pod. And i think it's a perfect situation. Do college win. Totals because the board has been hit pretty hard. But there's still a lot of opportunities out there and we're we're obviously. The calendars turned to mid august. We are ready to go Football season's right around the corner. So i know there's a lot of plays you like a little bit off the grid but i want to start the marquee ones and it's the one that's my favorite of a mall and i've talked about it a few times on daily wager. I believe i've even mentioned it here on the podcast but i am very very big on auburn under seven now the juices move some shops or six and a half. If you want to go six plus money that's fine. It's just so tough when you get the push at seven so i prefer the seven with the juice and it all comes down to the schedule. Not the only reason but the schedules really really difficult. And you've got bama. You got an got georgia. I don't think there's any chance auburn win those games. I know rivalry game and war eagle and all that stuff with the with the iron bowl but it's just auburn is rebuilding. And they have a new coach bryan. Hartson coming in from boise. State and bonex is just not materialize into the quarterback that everyone thought he would be. Maybe a new oc. Mike bobo will unlock. I'll just kind of have to see it to believe it. So in addition to obama. Georgia am there at lsu. They have all miss at home. You know at arkansas. And then there's there's this tough spots here and it's a team that's going to be lacking on offense defense. They're calling card. So i think i don't see how they go eight and four to lose this play. Well i i would definitely recommend Playing the seven laying the juice in this situation. I almost always gonna lay the juice versus taking maybe plus one ten plus one twenty on the under. It's definitely worth the extra half a game. I'm actually high on auburn this year. However i completely agree with you. The schedule is brutal. There's just no breeders for them. I think bonex. Could you know have an improvement. This year they can play well. It's just there's just not enough wings on the schedule. It really looks like they're ceiling is seven. It's just you know when you like. You said when you go to texas. Am have to play alabama lsu home against georgia. And then at penn state week three. It's just you forgot about the penn state game. I'm glad you mentioned that. Cause at the white out game in happy valley. yeah. And i'm looking headlines there between four and a half and seven and a half point underdogs So they can exceed expectations and still not go over this win total. Yeah no. it's a lot to ask. It's certainly a lot to ask but you're so you're high on wsb. Maybe as a dog and a lot of spots throughout the season. So i know you have some places. Well but notre dame under nine talk about not soft spots on the schedule that that's certainly stands out where you'll get the irish yet. The with them again is scheduled schedule. Schedule you know. I know there are top ten ranked team coming into the season but it is just absolutely unforgiving. Weakened weak outs starting at florida state where they opened about ten and a half eleven point favorites. It's down to seven and a half eight. That's not gonna be an easy task. Going into dough campbell on a standalone game in a national televised audience. Week one with a new quarterback Jet cohn was name started earlier this week. With up and down. Wisconsin played well and times. But we'll we'll have to see how he jumped there Notre dame is starting four new offensive lineman. They returned to starters on offense. It's it's a little early in the season For that type of test. So not only would. I looked afford a states Plus the points week one just a little bonus pick right there but the under nine for the season feels like a pretty safe option
College Football Rankings: Alabama Is No. 1 in 2021 Preseason AP Poll
"Today was an important day. remember last week. We got the coaches poll. Today we got the paul what it looked just like the last week. Oh come on what's going on here. Alabama's number one but oklahoma's number two clemson. You have been demoted. Clemson's only number three in the ohio. State georgia so you now have a three versus five matchup. Thank that matchup gets worse. Every time we look at it just kidding. Of course am number six. I was state. Cincinnati notre dame north. Carolina made the top ten north carolina in the top. Ten in football. What's wrong what's wrong with that. Paul doesn't seem right at all. Here's the rest oregon. Wisconsin florida miami. Miami was I think in the top ten or eleven in the other poll. They're not in this one. Ucla issue number sixteen. Indiana iowa penn state washington. Turn the page. It's the newest team. The longhorns coastal louisiana texas and louisiana play in the opening game utah in arizona. State assuming they have a team this year. With some of the off the field problems they've been encounter.
Growth Hacking Success With NFT Technologies CEO Mario Nawfal
"Just start with growth hacking. Now in your definition. Mario break it down for fire nation. What is growth hacking. So i made all my money and e com. And then i got into crypto. Twenty seventeen washer a consulting firm doing really well partnered and often and i do a lot of investments. So that's a brief brief overview down twenty seventeen one of my business bond. What's his name. His kill stylus. He starts telling me about girls hockey. 'cause he was applying it to my personal biden enter my businesses and the things that he did by tension that same year join kovin always in turkey and covert hit. And the lockdown started so rented a villa in fiftieth on the beach in turkey. Twelve bedrooms and i started hiring all the best girls. Hackers around the world from bob to kill to cohen christiana. All these peop- growth hackers with no now brought them all under one roof all of them and we decided building the things they did have been insane. My business is one of the north equity stuff to eight figures as capital is doing high seven figures. We go packers businesses during really. Well now what is talking. I'm hyping it up like crazy. Everyone talks about facebook marketing jail. The everyone talks about google marketing. Everyone talks about influence. Marketing affiliate marketing. But no one talks about gross hacking. And that's essentially daming algorithms. It's it we've talked about clubhouse early. I'll give you examples. That's the best way to think about it. Your business and non-business examples we've talked about clubhouse earlier now everyone knows in kaas you have to get people moderators that have a lot of followers to comp as the moderator to invite them up because they have a lot of followers it will ping follows not technically. That's growth hack. It very simple growth hack but it is a gross hike. Growth is take a step further. Okay when does it ping follows if we take him up or so had to flee thanked him up bring them back down and takes them up again doping their followers again. Every time you bring them up that was in the early days clubhouse solid do that every fifteen minutes in my room never had a room lesson. Two thousand two thousand people never below thousand. It was the biggest daily ramon clubhouse seven days a week. that's the growth. Hack
What Are the Main Types of Trauma?
"Going to be talking about humor and tumor responses. So i've done podcast. Four tumor is an. I'll give you a quick recap. But i specifically want to talk about how we respond to tumor. And how four categories of tumor responses is actually six two new ones that have been found for research but for the purposes of this podcast. I'm going to talk about the four at most people offer manure with so these different types of tumor get the really what be big teach to would just like those huge traumatic events like war and rape and terrible abuse constantly having tremendous racist the texts that kind of stuff then you get the chronic tumors that are happening ongoing concentrating at work concentrating at school just as important to deal with any trauma just because it's called big t oats multi. Would everyone cool it complex. These different ways that we refer to it too me is tumor had it is different. Degrees of kuma to win. Needs to be managed because tumor is a distorted experience at dame creates a distorted response and impacts how we function as a human and in order to try and deal with their tumor. We we create coping mechanisms so the basically to to recognize these coping mechanisms which we could tumor. Responses is a way of seeing if you getting stuck because if you stuck it because tumors points is as to coping mechanism to experience a tumor and you're trying to cope with the thirty distorted experience. In the based way that you possibly can give brainstorms reordering to just try to cope and you think of of traffic signals is red green and orange. When you have a tumor. The red light is that warning signal is fleshing that there's something wrong and we go into various different ways of coping. Tumor response is a way of coping.
Some Notre Dame Students and Faculty Outraged by Proposed Campus Chick-Fil-A
Massive "Dragon Man" Skull Found in China
"Have claimed they discovered a new species of human. Dan are you in this article. Oh yes the dragon man. Right they've dame species homo lung g or the dragon man. They believe it's a separate branch of humanity which exists one hundred and forty six thousand years ago. This is what looked like for more information. We'll listen to this article so for more information on this. Let's listen to this discovery of stardust older than the sun to the aren't so all of this took place in australia and this woman's accents really really thick. so keep getting more astonishing. An interesting scientists have now discovered what could be a new species of humans a branch of humanity altogether which existed on this planet thousands of years ago and was not on its way to becoming species the homo sapiens series. Better than i do and for you to see this video gobert to profit radio. Pr p. h. e. t. radio. Click on line for every podcast. Do we have a matching video as well. She's a neutral elbows on the table. My dad would have a fit if she was eating our dinner table. I would get flipped in the air. Slickest finger hit me right near when i would do that. Here you go. What was the species. Exactly where did they live. How did they look. And what happened to this species of humans. Here's a report on all. You need to know what you see is no ordinary skull. It belongs to a completely new species of humans. One that roamed this planet thousands of years ago its discoveries reshaping. Very story of human evolution. The backstory is straight out of a movie. It begins in nineteen thirty three. When i construction worker found an ancient skull buried deep in northeast china. He discovered it near the harbin river in china's hey long province according to a study by the innovation the labor chose to hide the skull and did not mention into anyone. He buried it in abandoned. Well where it remained wrapped and hidden for eighty five years in two thousand eighteen. The labor told his family about the fossil right before he died
The Origin Story of Agatha Christie
"Today we're talking about the grande dame of the english. Done it. The jk rolling of selling books before there is a jk rolling. Please meet our dreamer of the day. The queen of crime agatha christie agatha was born in eighteen ninety in the seaside town of turkey in devon england. She was the youngest of three children born into an upper middle class home. Acas father frederick was an american stockbroker and her irish-born mother clara took care of the house and her children's early education after her father's sudden death when agatha was eleven. the family's financial situation became more precarious. An agatha was sent to paris to complete her education when she completed finishing school. I get the return to england only to start a months long tour of the middle east with her mother. While traveling agatha tried her hand at writing short stories and an early novel but wasn't able to get anything published. She did however meet her future husband archie christie while in cairo. They got married right before the outbreak of world war one during the war archie was sent to france to fight the germans. We'll get the returned home to england. She worked as a nurse. And then eventually chemist's assistant on the home front as the war raged across the channel agatha started writing detective fiction in her downtime. She'd always loved mystery. Novels particularly the works of wilkie collins and sir arthur conan doyle so it was a natural fit at this first novel. The mysterious affair at styles was published in nineteen twenty. Her debut work introduced the world to the iconic hair kua paro agatha's eccentric and egoistic belgian detective with the little grey cells and a perfectly quaffed moustache from frog. I am a bloody legal. Belgian perot appeared in about twenty five novels and many short stories. The elderly village spinster. Miss jane marple agatha's other iconic detective first appeared in her novel. Murder at the vicarage in one thousand nine thirty agatha's first. Major literary success came with the publication of her novel. The murder of roger ackroyd in nineteen twenty six. It was met with massive international acclaim and became an immediate bestseller. No spoilers but suffice it to say that. The murder of roger. Ackroyd is an ingenious and innovative. Who done it that still manages to amaze
How Alex Yurkowski Created the All-in-One Management Tool ClickUp
"Alex jurkowski grew up in new jersey has always been detect and building things especially in software like many others. It started with a lot of video games like warcraft starcraft basically the entire blizzard portfolio. But along with that include legos connects and then progress naturally into pure science. He attended notre dame to study cs and being part of the fighting irish. He can confirm. There is a love hate relationship with the rudy story post college. He worked at ibm for stint in north carolina. And it was at this point in his life that he got married and then moved to. La he's been there for about five years co-founder working on together and they went through multiple workflow tools. That didn't fit their work style. They realized that there was a gap in the market where people needed a tool that them to work the way they wanted and have all of their tools in one place. This is the creation story of click up up his like one place for all your work. So it's more than just project management we bring in your task management but we also in your docs spreadsheets goals chat outbound. Email all to like one workspace. That's fully customizable. Say one place to organize. You're working and really get things done. There are few tools out there that try to help you to get things done and organize your work. We we were going through means working. Odd other things prior to click up. We were going through multiple different tools. And we just couldn't find what we liked but they all kind of have are very opinionated about your workflow shit e there. They think you should work a certain way. It didn't fit our work style and we didn't understand why there's not a tool out there that allows you to work the way you want and get all your things in one place because we were using five different tools depending on the project sense so we saw an opportunity to make something ourselves and then eventually realized. Hey other people probably would like this to
Why Alex Yurkowski Created the All-in-One Management Tool ClickUp
"Alex jurkowski grew up in new jersey has always been detect and building things especially in software like many others. It started with a lot of video games like warcraft starcraft basically the entire blizzard portfolio. But along with that include legos connects and then progress naturally into pure science. He attended notre dame to study cs and being part of the fighting irish. He can confirm. There is a love hate relationship with the rudy story post college. He worked at ibm for stint in north carolina. And it was at this point in his life that he got married and then moved to. La he's been there for about five years co-founder working on together and they went through multiple workflow tools. That didn't fit their work style. They realized that there was a gap in the market where people needed a tool that them to work the way they wanted and have all of their tools in one place. This is the creation story of click up up his like one place for all your work. So it's more than just project management we bring in your task management but we also in your docs spreadsheets goals chat outbound. Email all to like one workspace. That's fully customizable. Say one place to organize. You're working and really get things done. There are few tools out there that try to help you to get things done and organize your work. We we were going through means working. Odd other things prior to click up. We were going through multiple different tools. And we just couldn't find what we liked but they all kind of have are very opinionated about your workflow shit e there. They think you should work a certain way. It didn't fit our work style and we didn't understand why there's not a tool out there that allows you to work the way you want and get all your things in one place because we were using five different tools depending on the project sense so we saw an opportunity to make something ourselves and then eventually realized. Hey other people probably would like this
The Legend of Grendel
"Grendel comes from the old english story of wolf. A heroic warrior from the southern portion of the country now known as sweden bill travels to denmark and back as he sleighs monsters and forges alliances. Grendel is his first major conquest. The second is brindles morning. Mother and the third is a great dragon. That menaces bail wolves home. When he's near the end of his life most scholars place the transcription of tail between seven hundred and one thousand ce. But it's generally held that the poem is set much earlier likely around the year. Five hundred ce. We don't know the name of the author but we do know. This is a story about a magical pre christian world likely written by a recent convert to christianity. And it's fascinating to parse through. Its mix of pagan and christian references. The anonymous author of the poem writes that grundel is descended from the line of monstrous giants fathered by biblical villain cain and grendel. I attacks dame's because he's jealous of their joyful harmonious relationship with god but grendel and his mother also seem to have far more power than forces of evil should within christian cosmology. We see this in their canning's or old english descriptive monikers. The most notable art shadow walker and mark stepper which can both be interpreted as references to griddles ability to move outside the bounds of god's natural laws. That's what makes grendel a truly horrifying house guest.
Biden Snaps at CNN's Kaitlan Collins With Lies
"I'm not accomplishing what the hell? What do you do all that? I don't wonder. They say it was compromised. I said what I've said what? Let's go. It's great. I said, Well, we'll change their behavior is the rest of the world. Relax to them diminishes standing in the world. I'm not confident anything just stating the fact given hit Past behavior has not changed. Is that press conference after sitting down with you for several hours? He denies any involvement in cyber attack He felt like he would write could use this. He refused today unless the volume name so how did that It fell to a constructive me as you don't understand that. So there it is. The end. The answer is irrelevant. Why the answers around Because Biden, Bligh's all the time. He lies about everything all the time. I don't want to hear it anymore. He's a Scranton kid. He's you know, moderate Joe Biden fighting Joe like Notre Dame fighting Irish guy. I don't want to hear it. Please spare me the nonsense. Not interested. Tell someone else who gives a damn Because I'm not that guy. Biden is a liar. He's always been a liar. His family's corrupt. They've always been corrupt. They've leverage the family named forever to take money on overseas deals from corrupt the Kratz trading on their dad's name or their brother's name. In some cases, I'm not interested in hearing how he's the Scranton kid. He's a liar. The answer to the question about China is irrelevant. He's lying about that, too. He went around telling everyone you know me and president G. You know, we love each other. We're buddies. We traveled together on a plane. I know more. What do you tell him? I remember he said. He says he told Putin. You have no soul. We made that up. He's making this up, too. What do you tell President? She stared into your soul. And I know you and I bosom buddies. We're blood brothers. What do you think it's all crap?
"dame" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"The movie dot com belfour. Elo best thing. I ask a ideas the move and and then i'm going to hire envy is no way i'm not gonna name wanted to know every How much respect you have on. Would you let him get the. Would you let him get the joins when you get the joins all you want you out. The he got the job and he was only andy got him. So you don't want to have him. I was like oh. That's my man. I know if he would pay me to proper respect. I'm an icelandic bus. I i'd rather be honestly i. I wouldn't be a boss. I'd rather be your partner. And i would rather like must do a book to a movie doc. I would go down if you want on radio show to syndicate. That has a new name. Was the name of which you own breakfast club. Owner breakfast club. There's no name all right so you own the no name name and we could do something together and i'm down. I'll do a movie with some which you know. And and i would vote if puff owns revolt. He from hall. And that's my channel. Not being chatty. But i just saw the question you said that did he wouldn't clear giddy wouldn't clear big brooklyn fine is being. He wouldn't clear it. Could you do business with him if he could do business. I wanna use this network. That's all you to listen to this interview. We've ever done on hopefully feel the time. I was trying to such as such. i talk about with him. See now he got y'all talking about doing your own thing even through controversial conversation. But it's not it's just a little different perspective song that's why once it was like. Oh you stupid. I was like i might have said it so i was like my bed and if i did i you know. That's not what. I do but offer cookies. His cookies cooking always half all that you've been in game so long so always a brother ship. We gonna have just. Because i knew you twenty years ago regardless of whether we was on the same team we on the same team because we and hip hop and my thing is love. It's not about knocking down as well helping them get up. So i'm telling you false which usually makes people mad. But then i must say i'm not only going to tell you about my hope. You would like you can have this life and is cool. But let's do some different. Are you allowed to do other things absolutely all right so we autos now that we limited in what i'm saying this i'm not gonna just talking. I'm saying though. I do something which which i to do. I want to work with me kit. Do a deal right now. Sholomo dame i feel like anything. We do which i wanted to do what you wanna do it only thing. I can't do that because that's a verbal contract. You know talking about this this morning everybody is. Dj envy angelini. Shall i mean the guy. We all the breakfast club. You got positive for the people of my positive comes from mr don miguel ruiz's who i love he's author. I love arthur. The four agreements. Fifth agreements Master yourself once titles. But he has a quote where he says. Death is not the biggest fear we have. Our biggest fear is taking the risk to be alive to risk to be alive and express what we really are. Go live today people with club finish everywhere ready. Have you ever felt like the world's annoying. You are just feel like you're not getting hurt. Well it is exhausting. I feel like just bursting out and saying donning army understand me. Listen to me well. Let me not worry because you know who is listening and making big changes. At and t. They're doing whatever it takes to show it at. All of their customers voices heard so given every customer. And i mean every customer both new and existing the same great deal. I'll think you hearing this no matter. If you've been with our thinking about jumping over every single person gets the same amazing deal. Checkout smartphone pricing. that's fair for everyone at att dot com slash best deals restrictions apply..
"dame" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"Here's Jalen rose brushing his hair I hope you own. Kobe. What is it that we do? We give the people. What, they, want. The NBA giving the players, what they want with some visitors into the bubble, the parameters of that, and you honest out here head Michigan Wolverines. But of course, we start with dame dollar sixty one points and the big win Jalen. Let's celebrate team against the mess. I tried to tell you guys this gentleman was special at plan basketball. He been doing this since day one, the Portland Trailblazers have been in the playoffs every year except his rookie season I remember early when the warriors were owner, their dynastic type runs he was given no buckets. How about how shot down the Houston Rockets game winning three eliminated from the playoffs same with the Oklahoma City Thunder. Okay. Broke up. Russ in PG look over Chandler Parsons that broke the play Jacoby that was not even the call in the huddle. This changes careers you see Dwight Howard in rock uniform you see. podgorze in okay. See Uniform. This change is real estate agents on the phone and trying to figure out situation pro dame dollar Mama's boys logo. Lillard has done that putting up fifties putting up sixties waving bye bye I'm just saying. He's an elite performer pay attention really is he really is only performer six at three, sixty point games all this season and he said before it went down the bubble that he just needs. He just needs a chance just give him a chance. If he's GonNa go down there a chance to make the playoffs they did it really looks like he is going to make the playoffs but I was so happy for him watching this game and watching this magnificent historical performance, and then after the game, we all seen it by now he did this just look at the attitude look at the Salle Jalen a very simple question. You just won the game dog why are you so mad? Because he slept on and Jacoby he didn't choose to join a super t he got drafted by. PORTLAND. You this as a great producer in the game over twenty years the only way we're going to talk about them is it they ball it. Okay, and he's been able to lead them to the playoffs. They made the Western Conference finals. They are team that when you look in the rear view mirror at an AC, like wait a minute Lakers, got to play them in a first round I. Oh. By. WHO Knows Dave I. WanNa. See Lebron to get on fall with Avery Bradley. He's going. House texts emojis. DM's own calls corruption. In Avery Bradley's driveway right now like listen I'm not saying you have to come up say if you WANNA come my plane is waiting outside your house and it'll take you directly to Orlando where you're going to cover test and get on the court you know that is the case. I loved him so much not only did he plays way potentially into the playoffs last night but I think he might have plays way into something else we learned that the NBA is going to be giving away. Bubble awards just for these games sort of MVP awards for the bubble Jalen, who do you have as your Orlando Mvp? I wish that they were give some special off wax awards like received the best video via dam. Or sit out the best video on twitter. You know got the best response from celebrity in the bubble I was told a type of war. Station, I'm calling longest based on. The annual will lemon pepper. But I feel like. MVP No doubt about it I mean what Portland needs to get done he's delivering he came on this show and told us like people are saying what he was talking about what he was going to do when he got to the bubble where he said that on this show is shot the TJ Warren who had been averaging twenty all year, and all of a sudden pandemic hitting the world stop started paying attention to him and he arrived it for big numbers and how about Gary Julia under the radar not MVP old bubble type conversation but man is productivity has been something that they've really need it for that squad hot. The undefeated Phoenix Suns. MVP. Mvp they always say Bass player best team if you look at that behind undefeated son's best player. Devon. Devon Booker as my MVP, but that was before days scored sixty one for. Over thirty six assists a game I mean he's just he's led the best player. He's been the best player on the best team in the regular season in the bubble. However, this is Dame Lillard award and he is going to win it and he is going to make the playoffs and he is going to get the Lakers problems and I can't wait for it. Moving on to will who will likely be this year's regular season MVP. By. The name of Jonathan Takubo they have locked in the number one in the eastern conference they're just out there tuning up getting rhythm getting ready for the playoffs for the first one eight matchup against the magic and wait a second who something happened against the wizards who have nothing to play for last night. There's a little back and forth between him and your Michigan Wolverine Brethren, Maurice Wagner, and then wait wait was that a he just. Talking a little bit and then Yana straight comes over and headbutts. Him. Why to sell it a little bit. Jalen, is this a key to sort of getting into Janas head over the course of a seven game series? We've seen him go back and forth a couple holding back moments in the bubble can opposing teams use this against him? That just a precursor to possibly see in a lot more wwe on ESPN, and we love that you see is auditioning getting his gronk on how about this when you're the back to back MVP. That you're so very intense at the Washington. Wizards can get you. So emotionally invested that you wanna do that to any one of their players when you guys are planning for way different goals but at the same time. You can be doing this big fella anything can happen. Okay. You have buttons somebody would if you got a little, not would've you the cost some blood like anything could have become a recurrent injury light. You gotTA. Hold a big fella, carnival he no. He can't be making decisions like that especially at this point of the cease. I'm going to the media thing and take this too far. Jalen a couple of things could happen you talking about potential let's he headbutts let's say movember punches him back. Then Yanni's feels obligated next scrummage suspended for a couple of playoff games and one of the greatest things that Lebron. James. Did in that magical run to beat the seventy three win warriors in game seven was make Trayvon Green Punch. The Judge Lebron that he stepped over him intentionally knowing that draymond green was an emotional fiery player and he used that to his advantage per se potentially if I was in. Opposing coach on an opposing team at throw in my backup cinema backup power forward and say listen get into it with the honest use that to your advantage. Maybe get suspended per game kicked out a game. He kicked out of this one. This is the I guy I on moving forward because he is that intense and he is that good that you have to use these kind of dirty tricks against him and the books I can't wait for that to happen but Jalen I saw tweet from load I said we got to take us behind on this let's go bomb..
"dame" Discussed on First Take
"Whatever Michael Irvin says out the cowboys cut it in half. It's like Katie joining the warriors will which team was half as good as the warriors which which player was half as good as K. D. no, it's not even Tobias Harris joining the sixers. It's like Julius Randle, joining the Knicks or something like that. But you have to run it through the Michael Irvin translator to understand what could possibly be say. It's inexcusable. It's inexcusable and I'm telling you right now I'm sick of it. This is the kind of stuff I'll give him credit for this. He reminds me a while. Hey, cowboy fan so much. He reminds me of what and that's what he is. He's a fan I know he's a hall of Famer. He's a three time champion all of those things. But right now he's not objective. There's no objective sense to what he said. CD LAMB has. Know, the brothers bed can ball. They'll give you all but there is not. He doesn't have an NBA resume yet and the Dallas cowboys certainly haven't had a championship in twenty five years dot even more than a wild card playoff win in the last twenty, five years. How in the hell are you going to compare Kevin Durant going into the seventy with? Golden State. Warriors to that. It's The Dallas Cowboys Typical Dallas Cowboy. Fan. Bali where they sit up there and say you know they lose lose lose. They can go what at fifteen they're sees to end on January third at seven o'clock pm Eastern top and by seven fifteen, go with the Super Bowl next year that kids stand up they just make me see. Sheriff. and. That is what he true Michael Urban does this man they're put limited way devil let me play devil's advocate though and use your term against you. Maybe we're the ones that are going to look like, boo, boo the fool because why is Michael Irvin Hall of Famer as a wide receiver CD lamb's a wide receiver maybe he's that good and we just don't know and Michael ahead of the curve hold on hold on hold on. I'm. Not questioning the greatness CD lamb particularly coupled with Gallup Amari Cooper. What I'm trying to say is this there was Emmett Smith there one eight minutes and the playmaker and guess what you're stiff competition was the San Francisco Forty niners this year they got saying friends they got the rams they got Seattle. They got Green Bay, they got the eagles they got the same eat they got Tom Brady and a Tampa Bay buccaneer that's a lot of. Any one in. Five Years Molly a true it a truth you really WanNa look at what he said it. Basically, he's saying the cowboys the number one offense just like the warriors were the number one offense and they're adding the best guy in the draft just like the warriors add the best guy in free agency the difference of course, the most objectionable thing isn't even comparing CD lamb to Kevin Durant because Mike Laura might think that he's the next great receiver. Right? I'M GONNA be the best of the game or one of the two or three best in the. The issue is comparing the Dallas. Cowboys to the warriors. That's really the objectionable parkway said I was just. So The Dallas Cowboys. Let me. Let me hold on. Let me end by saying this..
"dame" Discussed on First Take
"To with a straight face because I know he did it with a straight face. Okay. To go social media and articulates that quote I'm sorry check correct me if I'm wrong molly and Max Win Kevin Durant. At that seventy two warriors seventy-three where warriors team weren't they fresh off a game seven and the NFL finals I believe that answer is yes. Not The season before they win an NBA championship, I believe that answer is because they followed up the championship would a game seven and NBA finals that means they had back to back trips to the NBA finals. The cowboys haven't been in the NFC championship. Game. Nineteen hundred. A quarter factory that's been a quarter century, twenty, five years, Michael Irvin that days brothers have one more than one playoff game in a year. Okay. That's it. I mean haven't done it and twenty five years it hasn't happened and you're going to compare. Cowboys picking up CD lamb. Took Kevin Durant who by the way is money had about nine ten years in the NBA average of twenty seven. Again was a league MVP and a score and champion before he ever. So not only did I bring up championships I, also brought up resumes. Once again, there is somebody that was wearing a cowboy uniform and this is the shame of it. All is bad enough Michael Michael Irvin contaminates his zoot suits that he already with Blue White Popov's every date, but then come back with this blasphemous Aronie. It's patently false statements about the cowboys trying to buffer them up it. Is Shameful Gaelic Gordon suspend spend this man I don't WanNa see him on the Air I. Don't WanNa see him in social media until he publicly apologized for the blasphemous statement he said about the a`relevant pathetic more abundant Dallas cowboys what the hell they done. We know that Jerry's got a fabulous yacht and it's good. We're hearing that we're GONNA see him for the first day he's been out of. That's been out for him for a few months. His good to hear that we're going to see 'em at twelve noon, but we ain't seeing the cowboys relevant in the postseason Pitcher for twenty five years. Last point twenty, five years ago. I had an Afro and Mahela was about he that's all I got to see about that. The only thing I can think of because Michael. Irvin's one of my favorite people in this business even. The only thing I can think is that maybe the playmaker thinks that almost tantamount means nothing Mir maybe that could that could that can explain this statement How this Katie? This is how Stephen Michael Irvin does not hide the fact that he is just rooting for the cowboys I remember when I was sixteen years old the Yankees signed Mel Hall leftfielder from Cleveland and he was all right. Guy Could hit a fastball and. Not, an all star anything and I remember arguing with like kids who were mets fans at the time L. Holes GonNa try one hundred twenty runs in that Yankees lineup. One, hundred, twenty made it had it over two seasons like because when you're a homer and you got those goggles on, that's how you see it. So so we have to like run that through the translation right?.
"dame" Discussed on First Take
"Good Day late but worth the way as always what's going on everybody welcome into I take I'm molly rose join as always by steam naismith and Max Kellerman and look who's here. I'm going to give props dame in about two seconds but we've got the future hall of Famer Vince. Carter. With us who logged twenty two seasons in association can we talk about how incredible that is the most in NBA history vents right. Thank you so much for being with us. We're so excited to have you and we appreciate you Grayson us with their presence. We're going to have a lot. Of Fun today guys. Let's get after and I WANNA start with dame continuing his tear. He has been unreal joining Wilt Chamberlain in exclusive sixty point club dropping sixty one Portland win against Dallas Dame putting in work. They essentially control their own fate fellows but are still fighting for that eight spot. The Blazers get eight seed with a win against the nets or losses by Memphis Phoenix and San Antonio Empha- handle their business. They'll face the Lakers in the first round and we are here for all of it. Stephen talked to me you think La should legitimately be scared of Portland. They have a lot to be concerned about when it comes to the Portland Trailblazers and mainly because of what we witnessed last night see these are the kind of things. Damian Lillard is capable of doing on any given night. Not a brothers average twenty, nine for the season. Okay. This brothers all world thought he was first team all NBA last year. And that he deserved strong consideration for that even though because Steph curry missed some time, we all noticed, Steph curry is the greatest shooter in the world okay. But when you talk about a point was shot making ability. Damian Lillard is the one dude that can challenge him to some degree. He's just sensational particularly when he gets hot, he's got he's got tremendous boys. He Ain't scared anything his range is off the charts. And he's got a lot of heart and he just said, y'all must've forgot who the hell I am where you know what I see them I damn sure. See Him. He's that special but C. J. mccollum has no scrub. This dude is a shop shoot as well. We can't ignore him Carmelo. Anthony my brother did you see the performance that he put on last night? He dropped twenty six last night on ten seventeen shooting. It was his best game as a Blazer Carmelo Anthony the epitaph was written a bit prematurely dare I say as I said to a lot of folks you're still got back he's looking healthy Gary Trent has been making shots all over the place just had eleven last night, but we know what he's been doing since the bubble arrive..
"dame" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"On having covered him for now going on eleven years I thought that. He is one to put himself out there. I didn't think he's GonNa. Tell me about the the ACC spring. Scheduling Model sort of floated the idea of playing Alabama somehow and. his eyes got real big. I said that but I. I do think that is quote about our phones ring up? A Hook with scheduling was significant because that was that was one of those story lines as soon as the PAC, twelve and big ten conference. Only who's not gonNA play. They're going to get left out I think they would. They could find three teams to play them And not break a sweat side. I don't think that that that's fear that a Lotta rain fans had maybe a week ago. Is All justified as a whole lot of weight to it. That was actually going to be my next question, so we're recording this. It's mid-july. As, of now, the Games against Wisconsin Stanford and USC have been canceled. And it does seem like a bit of a foregone conclusion that other conferences are going to go the same direction. The Internet has had a lot of fun with this right and you've seen the memes I I appreciate the. What is it the confused John Travolta? Around Dame and they're going to be left out and the season's. Can I be canceled for him and all that but. You seem to indicate and I'm with you that this is not at all grounded in reality. It's a fun Internet storyline, but ultimately if they've got to fill out a schedule, they're gonNA. Find a way to figure out a schedule. Yeah at the end for for Hamas, posturing, there is a college football and we love that the dramatic effect that the eighties coaches have. There's a lot of money to be made off. If you're playing them and. Right now. You Really WanNa. Make that money. So I just think that you know whether the ACC year it's another sec school, or maybe it's a big twelve school They're gonNA. Find a way to get Notre Dame in there and because it. Is Good for their bottom line if Notre Dame is. Notre Dame. Gets word from the ACC. Is that says hey. We're GONNA GIVE YOU MIAMI Florida, State and Boston College in there for filter covert narrative story. Yeah, I still Notre Dame just going to be like okay cool. We'll take those extra three. We've still got Arkansas, navy and Western Michigan. That's our schedule, but let's make it work. I rain a fine spot, but yet when when? Club in the big ten circle and I.
"dame" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"Welcome back to Jalen. And Jacoby we are joined by Damian Lillard Dame so you mentioned last segment that you would like some sort of a play tournament for the Western Conference seeds and you mentioned that you have never kitchen collins definitely coming back. And I'm doing the math. Break up thinking that's a potential matchup with Lebron. Ad and the Lakers on that potential matchup in the playoffs would be fun. I think on kind of season has been a challenge season We haven't had the most success number. We've contained a battle and we know what we're capable of when they do click and you know in the blades are just about know who's planning best. Who's in the bedroom So we know that we'd have we'd have a chance against anybody obviously Lakers with us An APP not via itself when Polo professionally always won't be evident that type of challenge dame some of your greatest heroics have taken place in the playoffs. Multiple game winning shots. How you broke up the city thunder in the gym right now. Getting shots up in the back of your mind. Are You thinking of that? Image against a Lebron James Leonard. Nah I don't even think the warrant there's like I'm just like I just be imagined myself advancing by our guy won the way. I just try to imagine like our to deal what it would look like us to be to the next thing so I got a follow up to that. I had a follow up to that. I don't follow up to that. You Shot Down Russell. Westbrook podgorze and broke up their squad. Their young playoff series was real test. Pg said it was a bad shot so from that year to this year. Like what type of motivation does that give you? Knowing that you've got a chance to be in that position again. I mean I was looking forward to it. You know for me. It wasn't about Being in that position unit was like we've been in the playoffs the last six years for one. You don't want you don't want that street to end and you don't want to play a full season and not put yourself position. Have a chance to like fight for what we blamed for. And that's what that's what I think about Especially once we got to the Middle. Pass the midway point of the season where it was are. We got to make a big push. Now we do it. That's what I was thinking about. You know we got to give ourselves a chance to compete for you. Know just if we get in that top aide. We're GONNA have more guys healthy anything happen. You know is uphill battle either way but I'm just trying to get in position to to to get net at final once we get in there then a mystic and his like whatever happens happens so let's imagine a scenario which there's a sort of a group stage or playing tournament to get into the playoffs and then we get into the playoffs and maybe there's a couple of positive tests that take out. Some Stars Swing the way that playoff series would normally go all these conditions in the two months off. Do you think this season this championship would have some sort of asterix attached to it. I don't think I know made we were. We was the team there or some took place or whatever happened and we end up winning. I'M NOT GONNA lose no sleep if we win so I'm GONNA be right. We wanted we all under the. There's always injuries and there's the lockout season there's not asterix those championships and we will have more with Dame Lillard Raft Tuna Jalen Jacoby. We're back in two minutes. Welcome back to Jalen and Jacoby. We are joined by Damian Lillard of the Portland Trailblazers There's something happening in the America that we need to discuss in Minneapolis. Their protests last night in the wake of a video being released jumping named floyd dying under the custody of the police officers there in Minneapolis. We see something like this happen. What Role Do you feel? Athletes have in the fight against social injustice. I think our rollers Is being a collective voice just because the platform that we all have on? Nfl that you know a lot of us have family that are still living in these communities in not potentially being these situations every day so I feel I. It would never be right for us to not be president and be participating in some way shape or form when he type of thing. Take place you know to just to raise awareness into. This is the reality. These days are are really happening in is not okay well dame first of all I wanNA thank you so much for taking the time from your.
"dame" Discussed on The Jump
"Butler has just kind of blended in. He knows at the end of the game. He's getting the ball and he's going to be the closer but overall they just have a painful guys who are selfless and tough. It's a classic case of a team that has bought into the system. They had net compete peaks every night. And this is the result of what it is coach. That is true. That's coach of the year candidate us right up next. The mavs are expected. EXPECTED TO GET KRISTAPS Porzingis. Back tonight taps. We'll discuss how far they can go with a finely healthy roster but I I second instant replay this one from today in two thousand individual e miles around here this is he gonNa do the face I wanted. The every around does right ooh authority come all right. We would have changed Rafe of France. All Right Way Rachel was how I notice minutes away. Two six zero one four straight without embiid and PABLOS excited I am but also are the bengals shopping the number one pick will the NFL ever entertain a shorter season and what is wrong with. James Harden end the rockets stay tuned. I am tomorrow nine. Thirty eastern number one overall picks IUD Lampson. NBA debut. You wanted to for that and by the way on Saturday. NBA Prime-time. I am Lebron. The Lakers faced Ben Simmons. And the seventy sixers Joel. EMBIID is able to come back for that again you know. He wants to play from that governor. Later I'm this legal. But of course our coverage begins with the job at eight PM Eastern Five Pacific on. ABC PAN ESPN APP. It's crunch time here on the jump. Janas scored his ten thousand point. Last night he becomes the sixth youngest player ever. WHO's the other five to reach ten? Oh want to put that up there. What's the ceiling three Lyonnais? Why you applying? You're on that list rates McGrady. Do Not oh wait a minute. Goodness didn't didn't get there. Faster than t Mac. What do you think the feeling for you? sky's the limit. For this. You gotTA think about it. He did this and he doesn't shoot threes at an efficient right yet and he doesn't Asu free throws great yet when those things come together. He's GonNa Explo- t- Mexico. They played offense back at your day. Like now you'd be colder. Yeah I sure Oh yeah. I'm wondering about James Harden numbers right now. Devon Booker scored thirty seven last night in the suns. Tough loss to the Spurs. He's.
"dame" Discussed on The Jump
"Way they play with the playmakers that they have around him He can end up putting up some big numbers and low minutes I got one piece of advice form. Hang on around. Don't let all of that come down with gravity. Yeah we talked about that earlier. Yeah sounds like you're being flippant but that's real mom serious like he jumped so high at some point that has to come down. You know that big strong body has to land in impact. Didn't that would would all the time for him to hang on the rim a little bit just what he said today was he's been working on not landing straight legged yes. The the shock doesn't go to the We've never seen anything like this. We've never seen anything like this. So you know not that I would know what it means to come to only time I've been that highs is in a plane and so but I can only imagine just the impact over and over again. I'm excited to have him back. So I WANNA see Pelicans make this push for change a rettig say. He's been in the playoffs every single year. That right. What's it like comeback from injury in joining a team? Midstream like this. Well I mean mentally. It's it's it's a tough tough hurdle to get over but I don't think he's the status. You know significant enough injury to bother him mentally There'd be some adjustments though To forgot what I can and can't do if I feel pain doing certain movements You know like this it when I I don't hang on to ram they don't come down with all the impact so some adjustment he's asked to make and I'm sure he's he's prepared. I mean I'm expecting to be nervous coach but at the same time in the preseason nothing he I know but he was great there was great in the preseason. The PELICANS was the best team in the guys played them in the preseason. But we didn't see him. He had just gotten her. Yeah and they were. They were watched so so much goodness they were so fast and they are so many guards out there that can help him get easy baskets and I think because of how his game is structured. You know he's a rim attacker. He's a roller guided tax. Off The dribble he runs the floor. He will be able to hit the ground running from a statistical standpoint because he's not relying got to have a pet play in their lineup that no one seen yet just to get him and all that stuff. That's one thing you don't have to worry about. Got Some stuffs a rebel. I mean he's guy you know he just gets buckets and the easiest ways and I just think that that's going to allow him to fill up the stat sheet especially Ashley with the space that they play with the speed that they play these and in Brandon Ingram is emerging as a star now in this league in the half him you know out there with them to take some of that pressure pressure off. I think is really important and I don't want that. He shouldn't put the pressure on himself to think that he has to win them into the playoffs. He just needs to blend in with that group and find his way and eventually he will turn into the guy with the pelicans place right now. They're Nice win over the grizzlies yesterday. House alone okay. Now let's revisit.
"dame" Discussed on Pull Up with CJ McCollum
"He's been using on his tracks have been hilarious. You know he has. Yeah. That's yourself. Hold in Dame as the baby like they're really enjoying this, honestly as competitive. They're enjoying this doubt Dame responds. Again, I don't think he responds anymore after the bat tobaks you know, similar to Drake style Drake status, but you saw Bagley tweeted the the watch emoji, right? Yeah. Yeah. I seen that. That was funny. Yeah. See that's why I think Dame is not I feel like Dame's gonna come back again. Yeah. I don't think he responds again. Man. I think it's over. Have you talked to him? Right. Not, not not yet. I talked to Lowell. Yes today for me. More. So I don't know if it was yesterday for east west coast down. It was like two to two AM east coast time. So I talked to him like nine hours ago. Okay. So he's, he's enjoying it, obviously. Oh man. He's, he's a competitor, man. He is a competitor. He got some heat though. He really has. It's funny late people talk about hobbies like he really has bars and he takes his seriously. It's not a key loves it. He goes in his studio, and he really goes to work like he's banging out tracks, like he's putting real music out here. Real beats will real wrappers in real artists that want collab- with him for free. You know what I'm saying? Like when you really good at something people with you. If you're just average, you can't get little win on track. You can't get quality talent on your tried. Nobody's messing with you. If you're weak, but he really got bars. He really like he really does. This is not a this is not a game when you really have to have substance delivery and. A real.
"dame" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview
"So Dame Patricia, I want to start by talking to you about your absolute passion. Because of course, you are known full movies on television, very much. But it seems to me that your absolute passion is still the stages that a fist agent. Well, say tourists the test really that's where you learn your job, if you think of quite a number of feted successful television actors that basic training has been in Santa and when it works that is nothing like it, the immediate exchange of an imaginative imagined experience with a live audience. There's nothing like it s- quite wonderful. Do you think it changes you as an actor if you if you were to come into your acting career and maybe? Primarily trained in front of a camera compare that to someone who has had a lot of stage training. Does it change the way that you approach the craft? Well, you require really a different technique for television of film, the new full Santa, you have to project in a theater, even though you may be playing an intimate scene. You've got to find out how it can hit the little man on the back row and yet preserve the truth of chill playing, and taking back a little bit first because I'd like to know how you came to be in a career on the stage, you grew up in Cheshire. And this would have been during the second World War. I imagined that at that time a career in the performing arts wouldn't have been shall we say the most obvious choice headed it'll come about. You. I don't know. I over say the kicking and screaming. I've face my destiny I grew up in a family, the loved there, and I lived in a wonderful town called Birkenhead, which had a quite marvelous musical the owed music wherever you would have a list of tons. And I mean, some of the great comedians, which I saw I saw some of the greats and they took thirty years to perfect their act and they were going around the country doing twice nightly may be, and then moving on testing themselves against a live audience. And so I used to as quite a small child here. My mother and father talking about the theater, they went to. And my mother took me to my first. Don't pro lab. O M. She took me to my first Gilbert, Sullivan and one just loved it all, but I have no intention whatsoever of going on the wicked stage. My intention was to teach this wonderful English language which I grew to love in composition. And then when I was at school, we used to learn great chunks of boat dri, some of which I can still remember. But I thought it was all part of education, you know, reading writing arithmetic history, geography, sing a song do a don's recite to poem player, part, all part of this wonderful discovery. But of course it's it. It's really the people who are your mentors who spot a seed of something in you and not as shit. And then you have to begin to take it seriously yourself that mentor that you speak of their I'm assuming you're referring to the academic Edmund college. Well eventually, but, I mean, my first mentor, always, my mother, not that she was in any way push shaved Seattle. Mom. I mean you didn't do that sort of thing when I came from, you know, and you were never told at I came from the, you had anything really special in case you got a swollen head. Did you feel as if you had something special though? I didn't think of it in that way, I was one of the very few people willing to give up my serves Delongchamps to study. The, the recitation of, of lyric poetry sonnet at pick Shakespeare improvise Asian. And so it was all going on behind my back. And then, of course, you know, my great one for recognizing the signs, I think the red trickle in life is spotting the opportunities and the great skill is choosing the right ones. Let's Volvo would slightly, because you eventually, of course, made your way to the stage at the West End, you made your London debut when you got up on stage at the West End full the first time, of course unmistakably this is now you'll career your own the stage. Did you feel as if you've made it never, you're never feel as you've made it made what I have considerable repertory experience. There were repertory companies all over the country, and that's where you begin and make mistakes. And observe the more experience players. The great tragedy now. Is that those attract companies no longer exist? You would be part of a group of people who were there for twelve months, two years, three years, and I had an open invitation to audition for the Liverpool playhouse and finally, took a deep breath and went down nor dishes. And, and I thought if I'm not offered a job as an unpaid assistant stage manager. Then that's the writing on the wall. That says it I'm not good enough, but I was off the job. And then I trained further at a drums, school is low Vicks air to school that it prestigious and then began to. Anna living. I always swore the device. Didn't earn a decent living within four years. I would pack to in. Well, thankfully, you didn't. And thank you hit this. Thank you. But tell me it's it is always tempting to look back at something, whether it's, it's fear or any sort of performing ARA and say, oh, it used to be so much better than it is today. But you of course, you do still go to the theater, very often, you're still playing roles in the theatre often I'm JoAnne, busman's holiday, very much like to see I'm always amazed that up there doing it. You know, when I see someone like McKellen, or David Suchet will Judi Dench, or I mean, this country is full of wonderful actors, I wanna talk about your leap to Broadway. You did that in nineteen sixty six with a play by Roja Milner, and it was titled, how's the world tree? Eating you now the review in the New York Times, it was by Walter it opened with this line. The new comedy at the music box is yet another British import and before it goes back to of its players should be captured and kept, so the theater review of the New York Times thought he should keep you on Broadway that you weren't allowed to go back to the West End, that's a fairly promising start isn't it? It was very exciting. It was very exciting play which began life at the hamster theatre club. A small theater up near Swiss cottage. And then it transferred to the Altes theater, then it transferred from the arts there to, to Wyndhams as small and very good American management, soit and took three of us across to Broadway. And so that was, my Deb, you he was feted generous to me while to Kerr. And he was very important critic, of course, New York Times. Absolutely you and yet with digits certainly even now but certainly back then as well. What was it like they're making the lead into Broadway because you were coming from a coach like the West End which has its own very rich, traditions, and Britain has its own? Very, very well functioning, thriving theater industry, then to make the leap into Broadway. One imagines that it must have been a very different. Coach did you feel as if you perhaps, the Dame Patricia Rutledge touching down on Broadway inside a spaceship getting off onto the strange new planet. Well, there was so much to take in, but it was so exciting but at the heart of it all. You do your job. I mean you don't alter performance because you're in New York, you tell the story and adhere to the character or characters in this case, the with three different characters I played as you were. When you first started to explore the play I enjoyed it very much. Did you find that there's a substantial difference between the styles of acting a lotta people say, look on the American stage people act this way things, more exaggerated? It's all very, very different. Whereas the certainly the rhythm of performance seems to be different here in London. You can have a few pregnant pauses along the way you can allow the audience to pick up on what's being said, simply through a polls in a sentence, someway whereas in American humor, in American writing that might not be quite the same, did you pick up on those subtle differences, as well? I think with regard. Comedy. The American audience is required to be spelled out rather, I think we're subtler really and sometimes an American audience will not grasp the idoney of a character or a situation, but the wonderful thing about American audiences is the warmth of anticipation when they come into a theater, they're determined that they're going to have a good experience and they're going to enjoy the evening, and that you can almost taste it. I completely agree with that you are, of course, most closely associated with television acting, and there is you'll most famous role highs Bukeye, but that didn't come until. The nineteen nineties. I just wanna talk about your initial foray into television because initially you weren't attached to any long-term series for quite a long time. It was only that long term commitment that came later in your career. What was it about television that drew you to that form of craft I can only imagine that at that point back in the early days of, of your career, the idea of a theater actor acting on television Mata, being quite different. A lot of theater actors didn't really take such a kind of you to the medium of television. It's good writing on response to good writing television. Of course, began to give a -tunities wider opportunities to actors who'd spent the major part of their careers in theater. It was a medium. That you have to address. I did take Paul quite early on in some episodes of Coronation Street, and Olen knew was that I didn't want to get caught up in that forever. With something about the, the process of acting in a soap opera that made you think not quite right as other adventures to have more interesting really. But it was nice to be asked, and I did three episodes, then departed. I'm not fortunate enough to of ever taken a role in a soap opera. I mean, there's still time in my career, maybe I'll get to that point at some point, but my understanding is that acting in a soap opera. The metabolism full soap opera acting is actually quite fierce. And we often sort of looked down upon the soap opera but the craft and the effort involved in, in making production lack of soot, Parise act quite enormous and the discipline, you know, you have to shape you'll life round the requirements of rehearsal and presentation, but I didn't want to get stuck forever at goes for keeping up appearances as well. Talk to me about Victoria, would I because before highs in the UK, there was kitty and your your participation in Victoria wood as seen on TV that series. Twenty-one who knows you first and foremost as hyacinth bouquet. They might be surprised at just how we could say abrupt maybe blunt. But how Roches a character kitty was. How does he test? Desk. She was good test. She was great ask up -solutely, but somehow Cutie being expressed by Dame, Patricia Rutledge. She doesn't come across as grotesque. She does to me. I can't show. Yes. I was terrified of that. They were forty minute monologues. By this ridiculous woman who'd become an overnight celebrity because she'd walk the penance in slingbacks or something in the interest of mental health, very dangerous stuff. But I remember I was terrified because they went out live, I was testing new comic material in front of a live audience for the first time. I mean on the whole, you know, where the major laughs should come, but the always surprises, and Victoria used to find me hiding in the wardrobe barrier. You know, reluctant to go out to the studio and she'd say, come on, they're all waiting for you. So, but. Very skillful written stuff. I mean, I think with that kind of comedy, and with the famous lady. We're going to talk about spos-. I think you paint with post colors, they are larger the knife. And so you've got to take that risk really risk. It's what it's about risk. Speaking of risk a lot of people who can watch those models kitties monologues. They're easily accessible people can relive them, but a lot of people weren't understand to appreciate that. They were done live. There was a lot of risk involved just the making. This was miserable. I was glad she didn't write and emo- for me. I think I begged not to really. Oh, you make make quite nervous looking back. I'm thinking about it all. Nevertheless, there is something much more intimate about television isn't there because at the theater people have really made an evening to come out and watch you coming into your environment theater. Whereas with television your being invited into their way are coming into the city in Rome's invading their homes, which is why people off from. St. think they can be very familiar with you. Tell me about the segue from kitty into hyacinth. It does seem like a bit of a natural progression. When we talk about it. I didn't think of it like that at all. I done some of the wonderful Alan Bennett monologues, which he had written for me. And I remember when Victoria approach me about playing the kitty row. And she sent me some scripts, and I got in touch with Allen and said that died been offered. The he said, is it funny? Are they funny? And I said, yes, I think they are in strange kind of way. And he said, well, do them then..
"dame" Discussed on AP News
"Dame cathedral obvi- stopped in France Tuesday. As part of his tour of Europe and North America speaking alongside French president, Emmanuel Macron Ave said through a translator he was deeply saddened by the damage inflicted to the world heritage building. He said the Japanese government will spare no effort to bring its cooperation in the reconstruction. Why is I kind of Waikiki beach could soon be underwater because of rising sea levels caused by global warming beach tourism's, the primary economic driver in Hawaii state lawmakers are now trying to pass legislation that would defend against routine coastal flooding that may become the norm in as little as fifteen years of version of one proposed Bill that would create a shoreline protection plan for urban Honolulu his passed both chambers of Hawaii's legislature house and Senate leaders will be meeting to discuss final changes before sending it to the governor for approval or suggests to why you'll see a three foot rise in ocean levels by the end of this century. Department store. Cold says it will accept Amazon returns at all of its more than eleven hundred stores starting in July Coles has been testing Amazon returns at one hundred stores for nearly two years and sees the service as a way to get people in its doors and potentially buy something while they're there people with Amazon returns won't need to pack them up. Cole says it'll box items and ship them out for customers. The Russia investigation. I'm Tim Maguire with an AP newsmen and President Trump's son-in-law senior adviser Jared Kushner tells the time one hundred summit at the Russian investigation might have been due to those who are angry that Hillary Clinton lost to Trump the American electorate in this great democratic system chose the opposite. And then I think that instead of saying, oh, wait, we got it wrong. They said, well, maybe he was Russia. And I think now spend two years going through that nonsense special counsel, Robert Muller in his report concluded that the Russian government interfered in the presidential election and sweeping and systemic fashion and that its efforts. Designed to help Trump house speaker Nancy Pelosi, you also address time one hundred form says impeachment is one of the most divisive steps that can be taken by congress. But that doesn't mean it won't be considered for the path front. Sectioning takes us there. We have no choice, but we're not there yet the democrat controlled house could begin impeachment proceedings, but the party would need Republican support in the Senate for any conviction. I'm Tim Maguire AP digital news back in a moment. Thank.
"dame" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"I'm sure you are high rated recruit coming out. What led you to the university of Notre Dame? Yeah. That's a great question for me. You know, when I was looking around, obviously, I wanted to play at a school that was that was great, you know, just on the football field, and you know, wasn't. So I kinda got a little bit older. So I was kind of a junior that I that. I realized that you know, I wanted something more than just being, you know, great football player. And for me is just Notre Dame was the best place in the country for football. And academe IX, you know, it's the top. I've been the school in the country, and you know, majoring marketing, so you know, it was very important to me that I chose the school that you know, was just as good athletically, academically. Of course, obviously coming in. You know, Notre Dame such procedures program as far as football goes. But also as you mentioned academe that had been a great drawl to you coming out of high school. Did you have any other competing offers to where something leads you to maybe Notre Dame outside of just the academics. Maybe coach or someone you talk to maybe a friend going there was there something outside of just the prestigious the athletics and academe IX drew to Notre Dame. It was close to home. It was you know, actually closer than you of. I then which is kinda crazy to think about but. Yeah, I think it was the closest division one school to me. So, you know, my families made it's a lot of the games of never too far away from home. I can always drive back. If I want to an hour and a half away, so known for me this made sense, you know, just, you know, academically, and of course, of course, of course. Yeah. That doesn't get on a sense being able to stay close to home to see your family and stuff while you're out, you know, obviously playing football at a high level and get your education. That's awesome coming in two thousand fifteen you had some other really top receivers on. Notre Dame's team will fuller equanimity Saint Brown guys who were in the NFL. Now having tons of success. What was that competition light coming in knowing that you were going to have to really work hard day in and day out to order to in order to have a friendly competition with those guys, but at the end of the day, you know, hopefully, come out on top of that competition. Yeah. You know, I think you said, you know, I think it was really just, you know, competitive all of us it was friendly. But at the same time, it's a would drove us ought to be great. You know, obviously will was the first one, but, you know, Washington's work ethic, washing them run routes. You know, Dan, day out never missing a practice with something that we all kind of envy, you know, you know, he's having injuries. Now, you know, hopefully, it gets better. So, but you know, will he was always, you know, very hard working guy sturdy, and we always knew that, you know, we can go to when the game on the line, then when he came he was exact same way we came in class. We will remain the first two years. So I mean, we're very close. You know, we still talk, you know, at least once twice a week. But no, I mean, you know, competing with those guys at something that you don't get a chance to do it every school, you know, whether or not you're behind them or starting over, but it's great in. And I think that's one of the reasons why I'm in this. And I am to that. Kinda wanted to offer that a little bit staying kind of on a similar subject..
"dame" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"Doesn't mean that the the beforehand without this knowledge we were wrong. There's a terrier argument. I don't remember what it is. Yeah. It's it's a legal. It's a legal term on this post talk, ergo, propped, her heart post hoc aero that. Yeah thing. Yeah. Nick Sabin would say, you're you're basing it on the results not process. That's pretty much the same thing. So. Yeah. Yeah. The process itself gave us because. Well, it's it's it's crazy. How many people make stupid arguments about this not admitting? We have a tiny sample size in sport. That will never have a big sample size. The important things that the team playoff known as the busiest never gave us any blowouts, always close competitive games. Always both teams clearly deserving to be there and playing like we are back talking about Yukon again, speaking of significant authoritative, definitive sample sizes Notre Dame as an all time losing record against NC state. Oh, that's my second favorite. Notre Dame loss. Title. They refused to acknowledge the rain highly on plague calling because Notre Dame doesn't respect whether and yes, the rain can't wash away character never felt closer. I've never felt closer to not to to be today. Because if I had been coaching Notre Dame in that game. I can't say that I wouldn't have done the same thing. Like, you're not the boss, God Jesus can walk on water. That means he could plan his passing feet suck. It poseidon. Poseidon counterpoint. I'm just calling Notre Dame expensive NC state from here on out who. That's me, Nancy state. I don't think we should do. So naturally, this is also started the debate of hey, we belonged there for instance, could Dwayne Haskins quarterback of how state like oh. Yeah. Look at this phony. Yeah. Yeah. Maybe shouldn't lost Purdue. Also, by the way, maybe you guys shouldn't have had like, you know, had a terrible human for coach. Maybe that. That's honestly, like what effective people voting. They were like, I don't know you lose twenty something to Purdue. And also that all happened. What you definitely shouldn't do both of those like Notre Dame. That's That's a a mess. mess. Well, it'd be like choose one or the other is Notre Dame also has a terrible human for coach. But he didn't lose Purdue by by multiple touchdowns recently terrible. That's all people. Remember, don't assume don't assume this isn't a flimsy mount like a flimsy process that's malleable on the basis of snap human, emotions, and to be honest. Not real bright people making decisions at the top look up which coach when the coach leadership award. Integrity, respect goodness. Character. Podcast and are in Ohio State fan for of all thanks for sticking wickets. Second of all Haley's Zimmerman. How's it going? Second of all if you're planning on taking urban zombie. Sorry. If you're a student. This podcast at and you're planning on taking urban leadership class. Let us know home. I have court record record. Please record them send it to us just in on that. Yeah. Absolutely series of several questions for you. Live streaming, homey. Livestream Biard periscope Eero. Also, the third thing that that Ohio State students to hear did you eat a gram protein per desired body weight today, if you didn't go get it, bro. Cook it that get you in the playoff Fisher gains won't happen. Without it. The the other chorus that was piping up a lot during the playoff. Of course, was Georgia fans and players lots and lots of Moody's Georgia players, which that's fine. I think we sort of all agreed Georgia probably is one of the four best teams to use popular term on a really know. What the utility of that is maybe they can throw up her raid for that. Like UCF did banner says, you know, four best when one of four best teams made. That's what your your banner says final four final four. If you wanna. Yeah. Do it..
"dame" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"Ooh. Album to the shutdown full cast. We're recording this on what December thirtieth two thousand eighteen. That's a good estimate. Thereabouts means a few things just happened. That means that. Well, we got to add to a list lustrous list a curated list. It's like a wine list at this point. They're the big by the glass ones that everybody knows. But there's some vintage stuff back their way down in the basement that I don't know. Maybe you pulled off a shipwreck was supposed to go to Napoleon. Right. And it's just been sitting there since like eighteen forty eight. Maybe it's something really really super curated. Like, I don't know if I was just going to spoil where we're headed like the time Notre Dame lost Tulsa. Yeah. Man, holly. This was the best question. I thought we could lead off with newer, the one suggested it what is it? Well, answer some point last year. And I don't remember the reason why I just started a threat of favorite Notre Dame losses because it turns out that knitter Dame does United nation. It is America's team in that everyone in America has a favorite Notre Dame football loss. You know, some of the some people are partial to the the last time Notre Dame ran up into ran up into the playoffs. We all remember what happened there Nick Sabin, buried them all screaming and of the dirt fits little child size spayed. Some people are partial to fifty eight seven loss to Miami. Gerry Faust last game, whereas you pointed out Jimmy Johnson ran up the score with his third string. Which I believe I've heard Jimmy Johnson quoted as saying what was I supposed to do. Third. Third-string was good. Favorite is two thousand seven navy that would be the ram veal game where he like they launched him like a cruise missile across the line of scrimmage at poor Evan sharply. And I forgot about this until kit. Rehn reminded me last night. Lou Holtz went on TV after this game. And said, I think it's just grace split navy so much energy into their football program. They should be studying ships. But but last night being board in the second playoff game Lee saw a very being very quickly bored. By the second game, we decided to bring this thread back, and it's amazing. How far you can go through this without finding a repeat? Did anybody have Notre Dame? Michigan two thousand eleven I feel like that was in there. But there were also a couple that I had never heard of they lost. And I had forgotten about the Tulsa loss at home in twenty ten which is up there with the second one that I learned about those new favorite, which is apparently a loss to Purdue at some point. I don't remember that at all. Yeah. I barely remember that the US f losses. And consider Purdue a rival. So it gets even more shameful. It was October nine third and goal down by five points produce sack the quarterback to run out the clock. Thanks to alert re- reader is male Mustafa after pointing that out October thirty two thousand ten is that also and by the way, JJ Kinney's finest hour, they converted on third and twenty six. You know, and I probably should say this. It was a twenty eight twenty seven win for you know, the golden hurricane if I can remind everybody they weren't playing tells the, Nope. Nope. Whole generation Tulsa football players got to go onto the same grass that Rudy probably cut and sold on EBay just last week for extra cash. Yeah. Another favorite one that. I was not aware nineteen seventy six Georgia Tech beat them in the rain running the wishbone and not throwing a single pass game. Only one loss at that point to eventual national champs tech finished four and six. Feels like the officials shutdown full cats Notre Dame lots yet. Can we do oral history of anyone who is still alive from this game? Yeah. Absolutely. Or of you're still live from the USF game too. Because. How many USF students is still alive is Brian Kelly still alive from that game out..
"dame" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"What all the boys smoking these days. And here's your host, Ty Hildenbrand hey, what do you say tie? How are the fellas looking? Are they gonna give the pretty boys from Southern Cal run for the money, Wham, bam. Slam couple, go Irish. Are you done yet? Yeah, I'm done. Do a very convincing like nineteen twenties voice. Thank you. Thank you. Notre Dame. My beloved fighting Irish. They went nine three. A year ago they did. I put a lot of thought into my Notre Dame preview this year. I jotted down my notes at four thirty in the morning. I couldn't sleep because we were in the process of preparing for this show and Notre Dame was on the docket. It woke me up early. I had to get up ahead of capture my thoughts. There is objectively a lot to like about this. Notre Dame football team this season by Mike, how we got fifteen started back from your ago, nine of which on defense. If you listen to this show on the regular Dan, you know, we've been talking about the defense since sometime in June theft. Markley. The new defensive coordinator was one of my pivotal people If I don't don't pay. pay the twenty thousand season, the very good at linebacker with Dave on Coney really good in the secondary with guys like Julian love. So really good about where they're going to come in with the back half that defense to things that normally don't go together is Notre Dame and a good secondary. But I think they have it again, so it hurts to lose Mike Elko and all that. But the defense is still going to be really good for sure. Most of my questions are going to be an offense. Did you see that one coming Dan? I yeah, I guess I did time. Yeah, I'm right there with ya. The offense loses Josh Adams to the NFL. They lose Dion MacIntosh, got booted from the team. So there are questions at running back. They lose equity, Mia, St. Brown who left early and Kevin Stephenson. He also got booted off the team back January, and you know, we talked a lot about the q. last year and I was big tall freak of Netflix and all that, but Stephenson was actually their most consistent deep threat. And he led the team in receiving touchdowns trope. And then on top of all that Quinton Nelson, Mike mcglinchey, too high profile offense of lime in they go in the top of the NFL draft. Notre Dame's crude really well on the line. They're going to be fine, but that's, that's. That's a lot to lose. Right. That's a lot. Oh yeah. I mean, they've developed really well along the line, but they lose their offensive line coach end up seeing the NFL. Yeah. So different guy, their schedules actually. I mean, we're calling this late July and this is something we do every year. We say not him schedule's, not too bad than we get to the end of the season like, wow, that was that was rough, but in looking at it and late July, I'm going to keep that up because yes, Michigan should be tough, but that's in south bend, yes, the the one to going to San Diego to play navy and then going to northwestern and then Florida state. That's pretty tough going to USC before it ever reason. It just doesn't stack the way previous is scheduled, and this is the kind of schedule you build for yourself back in the old days of like NCWA fourteen, yeah, I know a good year to travel to Virginia Tech. Granted, it's after it's a body blow game after Stanford, but I, I don't love the Stanford defense. You wanna have that aim minus schedule so you can be a contender, but you wanna space it out. So the tough games aren't all back to back. Jerry Tillery is a member of the immortal Kvant tarpons. Yeah, because I believe Cherrie Tillery was on this defensive line when we started the show two thousand eight, Jerry Tillery name..
"dame" Discussed on The Sports Reporters
"Were there were no showdowns in ranked teams now we've got several and and i would at this point in the season you know six seven games into people schedules you're at the point where a loss here now knocks teams out you got two games in which that's the case for whoever loses a let's begin with you asean odor dame's ucs ranked eleven notre dame ranked thirteen th at notre dame both of them or or one loss teams noting 501 uasc's six in one both of them are well you a see you know obviously was expected to have big things with their quarterback notre dame's been a bit of a surprise especially the way that they started they lost to georgia and there was you know a lot of the typical stuff that that the gets brought up whenever notre dame has any kind of troubles but they have righted their ship in terms of how they play their a powerhouse running team you know they've got they've got holes and they haven't beaten great teams i mean they're one big test with georgia and they lost that one but whoever loses this is out you know ufc is not going to represent the pac 12 of their their they got two losses and notre dame's not gonna climb any higher if they have to long edge what are we think about that it no no this this to me in maybe we we're talking about i con teams with the dodgers and perhaps the yankees get into the world series maybe it's an icon year in sports and notre dame is going to come back they have listened they have one really tough loss really tough loss at home to georgia now they have three there's three games on on the schedule that are all lose what one is sc.